A wolf pack struggling to reorganize after the death of the Alpha male flees through the wintry woods, escaping the only predator capable of taking down their strongest member – an Amur tiger. 220 more words
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Dedicated to Ms. Walker
Last weekend, I was privileged with the opportunity to participate in the sweat lodge ceremony tradition of the Cherokee culture.
Yona (meaning Bear), a Cherokee Elder living in North Carolina, had been invited by our hosts Leah and Joel to the Nashville area to lead a weekend of Cherokee dance, song, and tradition. 1,090 more words
Revisited Myth # 72: The Trail of Tears drove all the Indians out of the southeastern United States.
National Geographic magazine says this is a common myth, so who am I to differ? I had never heard it expressed, but then again, maybe that’s because I’ve long known the truth, living in the southeastern United States among several different Native American tribes. 128 more words