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Indigenous peoples of the americas

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A portrait of a Seminole family: Miami John Tiger with his wife Susie, daughter Annie "Ruby" Tiger, and another unidentified daughter.

In 1910, the Seminole Indians lived in the Florida Everglades, just 50 years after fighting a guerrilla war against the U.S. government. Recently discovered photos give a rare glimpse into the tribe's hidden past.

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: An Intriguing Narragansett & Wampanoag Image from 1925

Recently I came across another rare image of Southern New England Algonquins that was taken in 1923 and just included it below the original posting I did on the 1925 image. See Below. _______________________________________________________________________ Original Posting - March 14, 2015 I've been a little behind lately in my blog postings because I've been busy curating a new exhibit on Iroquois and Wabanaki beadwork that will open this spring. More on that in a future posting. I did want…

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Three travelers, three epic journeys. Take a ride through Panamá's idyllic islands, travel to the banks of the Chagres River to meet the indigenous Emberá People, and take on the country's epic adventures. Which would you pick?
Clip art set introducing the traditional lifestyle of the Indigenous Peoples of the Eastern Wooodland Region (especially the Wampanoag). Great for creating teaching resources for Thanksgiving, Native American Heritage Month, History units on the Native People of America etc.
Listen as this native American flute music meditation takes you on a journey deep into the past. From the earliest days until the present time, the indigenous people of North America have incorporated music into their spirituality, celebrations, and everyday lives.
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