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Columbus, a lost sociopath, and an American hero?

This month, Columbus day was celebrated in the US. This national holiday was officially declared in 1937, despite many protests on the contrary. The first unofficial celebration of the day in the US was in 1792, in New York to commemorate the 300 years of the American arrival. 474 more words

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PELTIER: Little Eichmanns

Dear Supporters:

The problem with fabricated stories is that inconsistencies frequently occur. As opposed to the truth, which is compatible with its environment. Falsehoods, as Daniel Webster said, not only disagree with truths, but usually quarrel among themselves. 661 more words

PELTIER: Little Eichmanns

Dear Supporters:

The problem with fabricated stories is that inconsistencies frequently occur. As opposed to the truth, which is compatible with its environment. Falsehoods, as Daniel Webster said, not only disagree with truths, but usually quarrel among themselves. 661 more words

Native American Oral History Project

To Whom it May Concern,                                                                                                           September 15, 2014

I am Native American from the Navajo Nation. I started a Native American Film and Documentary Company. Our goal is to drive across the United States to each reservation and record the tribal history and family history as told by two or three Elders speaking in his or her language. 136 more words

Flagstaff Arizona