Native American & Aboriginal
epub |eng | 2003-07-01 | Author:Frederik L. Schodt [Schodt, Frederik L.]

Nicholai Petrovich Rezanov visits Nagasaki, October 1804. Uncredited and undated woodblock print. Japan’s particularly complicated system of government made matters worse. A Shogun, or hereditary military commander, resided in Edo ...
( Category: Native American Studies August 6,2020 )
azw3 |eng | 2017-12-12 | Author:Trace L Hentz [Hentz, Trace L]

28 Tosh’s daughter Rhonda Serges-Teeple (Bay Mills Ojibwe) Rhonda's favorite past-time is riding I guess you have to start somewhere, even though being adopted starts right then and there at ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal July 19,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:John Tanner

CHAPTER X. Presence of mind and self-devotedness in an Indian mother — Indian warfare — conversation of a chief — winter hunt on the Begwionusko River — medicine hunting — ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal July 5,2020 )
epub |eng | 2008-03-02 | Author:Mari Sandoz [Sandoz, Mari]

Soon there was news that another trader's son had come to live among them. It was young John Richard, the one they called Lean Elk. He was with Red Cloud, ...
( Category: Native American Studies July 4,2020 )
epub |eng | 2013-07-14 | Author:Robin Wright [Wright, Robin]

5 Mythscapes as Living Memories of the Ancestors Ethnographic mapping shows that there is an extensive “sacred geography” in Baniwa-Kuripako-Wakuenai territory along the Northwest Amazon border of Brazil, Venezuela, and ...
( Category: Native American Studies July 4,2020 )
epub |eng | 2019-04-30 | Author:Amy Fung

I hear all sides of the housing crisis, and how it relates to foreign investment. I hear it almost always anecdotally. Intergenerational guilt and shame co-mingling with continual invisible entitlement ...
( Category: Discrimination & Racism July 2,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Sheila M.F. Johnston

In this poem Pauline lampoons her wildly successful poem “The Song My Paddle Sings.” HIS MAJESTY, THE WEST WIND Once in a fit of mental aberration I wrote some stanzas ...
( Category: Canadian June 29,2020 )
epub |eng | 2009-08-31 | Author:LaPointe, Ernie [LaPointe, Ernie]

In the Land of the Grandmother The next few days after the battle were spent burying the dead, marking the areas where they had fallen, and preparing to scatter in ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal June 28,2020 )
epub |eng | 2015-04-20 | Author:Eve Ball [Eve Ball]

My Uncles Regardless of where an atrocity was committed it was attributed to Nana. When these events occurred simultaneously in different areas, Nana had divided his forces, but was responsible. ...
( Category: Native American Studies April 16,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Bob Drury & Tom Clavin

29 Here Be Monsters Col. Carrington and his men pushed off from Fort Laramie on June 17, 1866, the day before the peace conference formally ended. The conference was “a ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal March 22,2020 )
epub |eng | 2015-04-13 | Author:Ernestine Hayes & Ernestine Hayes

Gary and I get a slow start out of Seattle. We stand at the Interstate 5 on-ramp hoping to make it to Olympia with the morning rush-hour traffic, thumbs out ...
( Category: Native American Studies March 22,2020 )
epub |eng | 2019-11-18 | Author:Antoine Bear Rock Mountain

Chapter 12 The Man on the Moon Of an evening’s balm you may see him yet, waving. One of the places I would go to get out of the mainstream ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal March 22,2020 )
epub |eng | 0101-01-01 | Author:Mary White Rowlandson [Rowlandson, Mary White]

THE FOURTEENTH REMOVE Now must we pack up and be gone from this thicket, bending our course toward the Baytowns ; I having nothing to eat by the way this ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal March 20,2020 )
epub |eng | 2012-09-27 | Author:Dee Brown [Brown, Dee]

30 AT THAT POINT IN his life, Dane left me to go to bed. I had no difficulty in falling asleep, but was soon awakened by coyote harmonies, not a ...
( Category: Native American & Aboriginal March 20,2020 )
epub |eng | 2011-08-22 | Author:Eckert, Allan W. [Eckert, Allan W.]

[ November 1, 1786 — Wednesday ] A single lantern burned at high wick in the library of the large mansion in Trenton, New Jersey, where two men sat talking ...
( Category: United States March 18,2020 )