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    The History Turquoise in Native American Indian Jewelry
    An in Depth Look at the History of Turquoise in Native American Indian Jewelry, . When people think of Indian jewelry they think of turquoise and silver. . One hears the terms “stabilized, enhanced, or fracture sealed” All of these terms . it as an expression of ourselves because we value its beauty and enjoy its meaning.
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    Shamanism: It Ain't Native American Religion! - Angelfire
    In fact, many Native Americans find the terms "shaman" and "shamanism" offensive. . meaning "out of place" or "out of the physical”—in other words an out -of-body . was a Native American word, and that "shamanism" was a universal Indian . In the far reaches of the North two seasons exist which are Winter and Summer.
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    Native American Indian Legends - Traditional Talking Stick - Unknown
    Red Path -for your Native Pow wow Regalia. . An American Indian Legend - Nation Unknown . Every member of the meeting must listen closely to the words being spoken, so when their . The ornamentation of each stick all have meaning .
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    Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Online
    In the present paper, I am concerned with these last two categories. . (3) When a Native American language has a commonly used practical . A-hâh'-âr-ro'-pir-no- pah. . Used by L & C to refer to the "Fall Indians" or Atsina; a garbling of the native . [bun FAHM] The French term, meaning 'good woman', may here be a .
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    Choctaw Language | Choctaw Nation
    Hina ikbi (or Hinikbi) is to make or open up a road, path or furrow-or a road maker , a plowman . Choctaw belongs to the Muskogean stock of American Indian languages. . The meaning of the two sentences is the same, however, and they are . such as Spanish or French or a Native American language such as Choctaw.
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    NATIVE AMERICAN WATERBODY AND PLACE NAMES WITHIN ...
    Mr. Runkle has a personal and long-standing interest in Native American history and . biographers the meaning of Iroquois place names. . noted that the two languages differed so much that . Handbook of the Delaware Indian Language. . So named because the Warriors Path from Shamokin to Virginia ran along this .
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    Racial and Ethnic Identity and Development
    Racial and ethnic identity are critical parts of the overall framework of indi- vidual and . often by two conflicting social and cultural influences. First, deep . Caucasians as the pinnacle, followed by Asians and Native Americans, and. Africans last on . cussed not in biological terms (which may imply a racist perspective) but .
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    The Native American Church: Recollections of the Peyote Road
    They have retained their native language, Lakota, and their knowledge of English . create a marvelous world of sound and meaning for Peyotists like myself, . are two contrasting ceremonial rituals and organizations of the Native American . Ethically, it is a path of sobriety (a major step for most Indians), industry, care of .
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Ojibwe Culture, Arts, History , Language & People - Native American ...
Native American Technology & Art: a topically organized educational web site . of the word -- dibaa -- is a meaning-part that suggests its words are measured, . by Individuals and tribes who were part of--then split off along--the path is not in print. . Museum exhibits show Ojibwa Indian culture and traditions, the French .
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Poetry of The Native American Indian
A collection of Native American Indian Poetry, and prayers. . For words to teach little ones the ways of Creator. I pray for . A gentler path filled with the inner- knowing . No two branches are the same to Wren. . The meaning is for you to find.
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Kootenai Falls - The last major waterfall on a Northwest river that ...
The Kootenai Indians moved into the area in the 1500s, according to historians. They were originally called the Ksunka meaning "People of the standing arrow. . The word Yaak is the Kootenai word for bow and was the Native American word for the . through the area following the well-trod path of the Native Americans.
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INDIAN PLACE NAMES - Uintah Basin Teaching American History ...
(The Indian name for the lake was Pah-cu- ay meaning . from the Piute words " paragoons" (meaning"marsh people") . Uintah Ute legend: there were once two Indian . Twenty-First-Century Native American, A Futuristic Symposium. (pp.
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Bertie County, North Carolina Tuscarora History
The Southern Band of The Tuscarora |Links - Native American Research |Books Published . *Note the two very different uses of the terms Southern and Northern . . Meaning of Indian Geographical Names . land on Tuscarora path called Auhotsky Swamp also referred to as Cochawaesco on nearby Cutawhiskie Swamp, .
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Shamanism
In the Caribbean, and Central and South America, Catholic priests followed in the . being the Turkic-Tungus word for such a practitioner and literally meaning "he or she who knows. . English language term witch doctor, a term which unites the two stereotypical . The Give Away derives from Native American Indians.
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Native American Heritage Celebration 2005 - GWired
Each of you dancing your path . Massachusetts: from Massachusett tribe of Native Americans, meaning "at or about the great hill." Michigan: from Indian word . Oklahoma: from two Choctaw Indian words meaning "red people." Pensacola .
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CALIFORNIA PLACE NAMES OF INDIAN ORIGIN
often only negatively, the origin and meaning of many place-names adopted or . demonstrably of Indian origin, and two others, Inyo and Siskiyou, that presumably are . Stock of California," American Anthropologist, new series, volume 9, pages 338- . The division involved would be the Coast Miwok, and the native word .
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Iroquois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the Native American peoples. . 2.1 Formation of the League; 2.2 Expansion; 2.3 Beaver Wars; 2.4 French and Indian Wars; 2.5 American . was derived from a Basque expression, hilokoa, meaning the "killer people". . The French transliterated the word according to their own phonetic rules and arrived .
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Indian Summer | What is a Pow Wow?
Indian Summer Festival September 09, 10, 11 - Milwaukees Lakefront . Pow Wow time is the Native American people's way of meeting together, to join in dancing, . With these changes came the use of "vocables" to replace the words of the old songs. Thus . Yet they still hold special meaning to those who know the song.
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Native American Music
not know their real names in the Native American language. Whenever possible . meaning “the people who speak another language.” Unit One: Native . Tee- raht-pah-ree—ho! Tah-tah-rah . you, protect me! From The Indians' Book, by Natalie Curtis. . This can mean two groups taking turns back and forth, or a leader .
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Kiowa: Definition from Answers.com
A Native American people formerly inhabiting the southern Great Plains, with a present-day . North American Indian people living mostly in Oklahoma, U.S., on a . be a variant of their name for themselves, Kai-i-gwu, meaning principal people. . Classified in the Uto-Aztecan language family, Kiowa is remotely linked to the .
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Native American Animal Medicine, Animal Symbolism, Animal ...
Spiritual Meaning of Animals . embraces an awareness that reveals itself when a certain animal crosses our path. The word "medicine" in Native American practice and in the custom of animal . When "crow people" see or hear crow medicine, it brings an awareness that they are able to be in two places at any given time.
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    Oklahoma: Facts, Map and State Symbols - EnchantedLearning.com
    The flag was chosen from entries in a Daughters of the American Revolution flag . Oklahoma's flag pictures a Osage Indian battle shield made of buffalo skin. . the stars in the sky, and symbolize higher purposes in Native American culture). . For a US state, write eight words related to the state, then use each word in a .
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    Kateri Tekakwitha
    Tekakwitha was adopted by her two aunts and her uncle, also a Kanienkehaka chief. . In many ways, Tekakwitha's life was the same as all young Native American girls. . Kateri spoke words of kindness to everyone she encountered. . On March 25, 1679, Kateri made a vow of perpetual virginity, meaning that she would .
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    Earth Prayers for The Great Spirit
    All things belong to you -- the two-legged, the four-legged, the wings of the air, and all green things . I send these words to you, . A new meaning of life, A light in which to see. The path before us. . As a Traditional Native American Indian, .
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APACHE TRIBE
The word "apache" comes from the Yuma word for "fighting-men" and from the Zuni word . The Anglo theory is the Apache Indian migrated to the Southwest from . in the SouthWest, two divisions of the Jicarilla Apache were known: the Llanero, . The Native Americans and the United States military authorities engaged in .
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Ojibwa - New World Encyclopedia
Saulteaux is a French language term meaning "people of the rapids," referring to . that are on the right road/path given to them by the Creator or gitchi-manitou . Ojibwemowin is the fourth most spoken Native language in North America . and other Native American lands, which culminated in the Northwest Indian War.
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