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An Engraving Project – Part 3

While the previous parts of this mini-tutorial (An Engraving Project – Part 1 and An Engraving Project – Part 2) covered the design and engraving in this final part I like to outline the process on finalizing the engraving, aka transforming it into a finished product available for purchase. 215 more words

Glass Engraving

Interview with Author Dena Garson ~ NEW RELEASE ~ #Giveaway

Please help me welcome Dena Garson, who is sharing her new release and a great interview!

Thank you for joining me, Dena. Please tell us a little about yourself, where are you from? 1,015 more words

Author Blog Post

Further Research Into Tiswin, A Native American Beer

Despite dwelling in the desert for decades, I did not know the following about Saguaro cactus:

  • When a saguaro reaches 35 years of age it begins to produce flowers.
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“I think she’s as Native American as I am, okay, that I will tell you.  But she’s a woman that’s been very ineffective other than she’s got a big mouth.”

Donald Quotes


“Who?  Pocahontas.  Pocahontas, is that what you said? Elizabeth warren?”

Donald Quotes

This Week in Geographic History, February 27 - March 5

Here’s an advance look at some of the “This Day in Geographic History” (TDIGH) events coming up this week. For each date, we’ve matched it with a map or visual, background information, and a classroom activity so you can plan ahead. 370 more words

Classroom Ideas

Native American Women: “Original Resisters and Ultimate Survivors”

By Clare Church

NEW YORK – In the sea of pink pussy hats, waves of cornflower blue folded through the Women’s March on Washington, the day after Donald J. 988 more words