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Is anyone else getting negative comments from make up minion? Where is the metaphor in this or what is metaphorical about this??!! There is none. The driving out, murders and theft of Native American Indians and their lands by europeans actually happened.                                                       …

We once were refugees, coming in to "america" taking land, killing innocents.

they should teach this more in school. To bad they ignore most of our own history.

An Overview Map of North and Middle America Indian Nations . (The National Geographic has also produced a detailed North American Indian Cultures maps.

History National Native American Month November

History National Native American Month November, sometimes I'm ashamed to be white. I know I'm loving to anyone that's nice to me but when is the hate going to stop.

Edward Two Moons. ~Edward is President of the Chiricahua Apache Nation, a self sufficient community at the Dos Cabezas Mountains Sacred Lands.

Edward Two Moons. ~Edward is President of the Chiricahua Apache Nation, a Self Sufficient community at the Dos Cabezas Mountains Sacred Lands and Chiricahua Apache jewelry artist

Tonwanda Band of SENECA, woman Ah-Weh-Eyu (pretty flower), Their people speak the Seneca language, an Iroquoian language. In 1857, the Tonawanda Band signed a treaty with the United States, allowing them to buy back lands from the Ogden Land Company, which had been sold out from underneath the Tonawanda residents without their permission in the Treaties of Buffalo Creek.

Photo by J.) Ah-Weh-Eyu "Pretty Flower" - 1908 Beautiful Seneca Indian Woman "He who would do great things should not attempt them all alone.

157 best images about VINTAGE ~

157 best images about VINTAGE ~

May the sun bring you new energy by day, May the moon softly restore you by night.... - apache, Native American Indian wisdom

May the sun bring you new energy by day, May the moon softly restore you by night, May the rain wash away your worries, May the breeze blow new strength into your being. May you walk gently through the world and know its beauty all the days of your life.

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Meet The Generation Of Incredible Native American Women Fighting To Preserve Their Culture

Meet The Generation Of Incredible Native American Women Fighting To Preserve Their Culture

Meet The Generation Of Incredible Native American Women Fighting To Preserve Their Culture, Sage Honga

"Pecan Picking Time"  The Cherokee people brought pecans with them when they came to the new land in the west in 1858, after the Indian removal. The pecan tree, originally of the lowlands of the Mississippi basin, is now native to eastern Oklahoma. "Pecan Picking Time depicts the Cherokee people harvesting the fruit of the largest nation's hickories.  By Joan Hill - Creek/Cherokee Native American

"Pecan Picking Time" The Cherokee people brought pecans with them when they came to the new land in the west in 1858, after the Indian removal. The pecan tree, originally of the lowlands of the Mississippi basin, is now native to eastern Oklahoma. "Pecan Picking Time depicts the Cherokee people harvesting the fruit of the largest nation's hickories. By Joan Hill - Creek/Cherokee Native American

Geronimo (June 1829 – February 17, 1909) was a prominent leader of the Bedonkohe Apache who fought against Mexico and Arizona for their expansion into Apache tribal lands. "Geronimo" was the name given to him during a battle with Mexican soldiers. ~ Quanah Parker (1845 or 1852 – February 23, 1911) was from the Comanche band Quahadi, and emerged as a dominant figure, particularly after the Comanches' final defeat. He was one of the last Comanche chiefs.

Geronimo (Apache), Quanah Parker (son of Indian captive, Cynthia Ann Parker) (Comanche/Scots-Irish) - 1905