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Many Thanks

Though the majority of the U.S. population celebrates an official day of gratitude called Thanksgiving, Native Americans have always had a deep tradition of routinely giving thanks. They have particularly given attention and gratitude to the animals...

Gratitude and Thanksgiving

Though the majority of the U.S. population celebrates an official day of gratitude called Thanksgiving, many cultures have had the same practice of taking time out to express gratitude for the good things in their lives. Native Americans have a deep...

Other Forms of Resistance

Parents who did not want to send their children to boarding school could not always fight back, but many parents tried to instill the traditional ways and values of their culture into their children despite the federal government. When children retur...

Expressing Gratitude

Though the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday does not have the same happy significance for Native Americans as it does for the descendents of European settlers, Native Americans have a deep tradition of giving thanks. Most Native Americans had a long-establi...

Taos Pueblo—One of the Oldest Structures in the US

The US may be only a little more than 200 years old, but there are ancient structures here that are much, much older than that.  mapsales.com looks at the Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest structures in the country.    Taos Pueblo is part of the Eigh...
by MapSalesDotCom on Dec 4, 2012

How Did You Do the Research for Your Novel?

I researched my novel Daughter Am I for two years, but I also had help from a historian friend, and in fact, he was the one who inspired me to write the book. He used to regale me with tales of gangsters. It got to the point where I couldn’t watch...
by Bertram's Blog on Feb 1, 2012


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