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Native American Ancestor Search

by Refidnas Native American Ancestor SearchQuite often I open e-mail from someone who is certain they have an Indian stuck in the family tree...

Ethnic Cookbooks: The Best Means For Native Cooking

by mariotto52 Ethnic Cookbooks: The Best Means For Native CookingEthnic cookbooks help in familiarizing people with the various delicacies and native meals of certain...

Warming up the Great Room With Native American Art

by State Archives of North Carolina Warming up the Great Room With Native American ArtNative American artwork adds a perfect touch to any living...

Native American Treasures – Buy Beautiful Turquoise Jewelry Online

by RSL IMAGES Native American Treasures - Buy Beautiful Turquoise Jewelry OnlineJewelry has always been a pivotal part of every woman's life in each...

Get Stylish Authentic Native American Turquoise Jewelry

by Johnny Silvercloud Get Stylish Authentic Native American Turquoise JewelryTurquoise is a striking color reminiscent not only of late summer harvest skies, but of...

Midterm Questions Of Social History Of America: Native American And African...

by patrick_standish Midterm Questions Of Social History Of America: Native American And African AmericanAmerica has always been a pluralistic society, broken into small groups...

Remaking Native American Heritage Month

by Jeremy Brooks Remaking Native American Heritage MonthNative people across America have just finished another exhausting campaign to explain to the ignorant and insensitive...

Celebrating Columbus Day Is Worse Than Honoring Members Of ISIS

AFRICANGLOBE - The celebration of Christopher Columbus will always be a celebration of violence, rape, and slavery. At some point, America must find a way to discontinue the holiday which is named after a horrific man. His holiday was initially sponsored by a Catholic organization that convinced President Franklin Roosevelt to sign Columbus Day into law in 1934. Columbus was given credit for "discovering" America and viewed as a hero to students who were not given the truth about his atrocious actions. Here are several reasons why celebrating Columbus Day is worse than honoring a member of ISIS.
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