Cheyenne Indians, one of the most westerly tribes of the Algonquian nation. They were seated on the Cheyenne, a branch of the Red River of
82 nit combs were found on the Mary Rose, the most commonly found personal objects recovered! With the exception of one ivory one,they were all made of wood, mainly boxwood, with a single alder example. Image © Mary Rose Trust
During the 1800's, the Cherokee Indians lived in hand crafted log buildings and farmed the land. The capital of the Cherokee Nation was located in New Echhota in the North Georgia Mountains. They lived in peace until the Trail of Tears when they were relocated to Oklahoma in 1831. A sad time in American History. You will see these farmstead bui...
Little Big Man was at Battle of Little Bighorn , was an armed engagement between combined forces of Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes, against the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. on June 25 and 26, 1876 Crazy Horse and Chief Gall,Sitting Bull (Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake)Custer was killed, as were two of his brothers, a nephew, and a brother-in-law.
People who don't read history books are unaware that a huge number of "cowboys" driving herds to the railheads in Kansas were Indians. And many don't know that some of "Indians" who raided the drives for beef in the the "nations" were runaway slaves and ex-slaves adopted into the tribes in the Oklahoma territory. Western movies don't tell you that.
Thanksgiving - We also learned that pilgrims could only take one trunk full of their belongings on the Mayflower. Most pilgrims only packed clothes, tools, and their Bibles. I made little suitcases for the kids and inside they had to write a list of things they would take with them if they were traveling on the Mayflower…ANYTHING they wanted
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Crow Dog Within the Cheyenne tribe there used to be a military society made up of the strongest and bravest men. They were fierce fighters-
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A a detail of a Scythian gold bowl from the Kul Oba kurhan. Scythians (скити, скіфи; skyty, skify). A group of Indo-European tribes that controlled the steppe of Southern Ukraine in the 7th to 3rd centuries BC. According to the most predominant theories, they first appeared there in the late 8th century BC after having been forced out of Central Asia. The Scythians were related to the Sauromatians and spoke an Iranian dialect. could be related to Taklamakan mummies of NW China.
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Scythians were nomadic herders of the steppes north of the Black Sea. Their origin, just like their mother tongue, is essentially unknown. They were among the first nomads riding domesticated horses, which gave them tremendous mobility and power. From the seventh century B. C. they dominated the Eastern part of Europe by conquering most other nomads and agricultural tribes.
750 BC to 12 BC,Celts were the most powerful people in central & northern Europe.Wave after wave,they spread outwards,taking over France,Belgium,& crossing to Britain.There were many tribes of Celts,speaking a vaguely common language.Celt comes from the Greek,Keltoi,which means barbarians & is properly pronounced as "Kelt". Celt is a term NOT used until the 18th century.The Romans called these people Britons.The Celtic Iron Age ended AD43 (43 years after Jesus was born)the Romans invaded Britain
Chief Iron Tail (1857–1955) (Oglala Sioux) Years after Wounded Knee Iron Tail was invited to Washington, D.C. by General Miles. Iron Tail was chosen with 2 other Indians, Two Moons, a Cheyenne & Big Tree, a Kiowa as models by James Fraser to create the Indian head profile on the Buffalo Nickel. Then at The Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890 Iron Tail was twice seriously wounded, & 7 members of his family were killed, including his mother, father,
Apache Tears- www.enchantedorganics.com One day a party of Apache Indians was ambushed by an enemy tribe. The Apaches fought bravely but were greatly outnumbered and driven to the top of a high bluff. Their arrows gone and unable to fight and unwilling to be taken captive, they leapt from the cliffs to their death. Their women were understandably grief-stricken and wept over the bodies. Their teardrops froze when they hit the ground to become
lily of the valley. we had some of these that grew on one side of the house. I remember thinking they were such a magical looking little flower.
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The Weaver Girl and the Cowherd is a Chinese folklore tale. The general tale is about a love story between Zhinu (the weaver girl, symbolizing Vega) and Niulang (the cowherd, symbolizing Altair). Their love was not allowed, thus they were banished to opposite sides of the Silver River (symbolizing the Milky Way). Once a year, on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, a flock of magpies would form a bridge to reunited the lovers for one day. There
Tabernacle of Moses. The tabernacle was first erected in the wilderness exactly one year after the Passover when the Israelites were freed from their Egyptian slavery (circa 1450 B.C.). It was a mobile tent with portable furniture that the people traveled with and set up wherever they pitched camp. The tabernacle would be in the center of the camp, and the 12 tribes of Israel would set up their tents around it according to tribe.
Not too far from the Colorado River, on the low desert just west of Highway 95, lies one of the most spectacular ancient creations in California––a group of immense drawings that, like Peru’s famous Nazca lines, can only be seen properly from the air. They are called the Blythe Intaglios.
Choctaw code talkers were a group of Choctaw Indians from Oklahoma who pioneered the use of Native American languages as military code. Their exploits took place during the waning days of World War I. The government of the Choctaw Nation maintains these men comprised the first code talkers ever to serve in the U.S. military.
The most famous fancy dress party of the 1910s was held in Paris by the legendary designer Paul Poiret of the night June 24, 1911. Called “The Thousand and Second Night” and themed on One Thousand and One Nights, costumes were not only encouraged, but required. If guest arrived un-costumed, or Poiret determined their costumes did not fully support the party’s theme, they could choose to don a costume designed by Poiret or were asked to leave.
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Longhouses were built by the Eastern Woodland Indians. Many families lived together in one longhouse. Each was assigned their own section. Fireplaces and fire pits ran down the middle of the longhouse for heat and for people to share as a place to cook food. Longhouses were measured by camp fires. A longhouse might be referred to as 10 fires long, or perhaps as 12 fires long. They could be over 200 feet long, 25 feet wide, and 25 feet high.
Sienna & Jude...they were one of the best looking couples
Colorado: Hot Sulphur Springs. These baths were originally discoverd by the Ute Indians who believed that they held natural healing powers. Then they were acquired by William Byers, of Byers Peak fame, and the pools were turned into a resort that has been operating for the last 140 years. There are 22 pools varying in temperature from 95F to 112F.
One of my most important food shopping tips ever--those annoying stickers on fruits and veggies tell you A LOT! 4 numbers mean they were conventionally grown, 5 numbers starting with number 8 means they are genetically modified (GMO), and 5 numbers starting with 9 means they were organically grown (no pesticides or nasty GMOs) Good to know!!!
Hans Scholl of The White Rose, a small group of students and one professor at the University of Munich who defied and spoke out against Nazi horrors. In less than a year in 1943 Hans, his sister Sophie and Christoph Probst were caught, “tried” and beheaded. They saw crimes against humanity and resisted, knowing that this would cost them their lives. At a time when conformity turned an entire nation into a murderous mob, they remained
On Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota the 7th Cavalry under Colonel James Forsyth were attempting to disarm the Minneconjou Sioux who were led by Big Foot. After Sitting Bull was killed a week earlier the Indians were reluctant to hand over their weapons. The Indians suffered 146 known dead (44 women and 18 children) and 51 known wounded. The army had 25 killed and 39 wounded. No one knows who fired the first shot. The massacre ended the history of the Indian wars.
Columbia | A Nukak Makú child. The Nukaka are a branch of the Maku family of nomadic Indians who have journeyed the northwestern Amazon River basin of current day Colombia, Peru and Brazil for 1000s of years. | ©Luca Zanetti ~ From his Reportage "Leaving the Wild" 2006.