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Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings, Feral Horses, Wild Turkeys, and Purple Lupine ... by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally filmed on 3 August 2014

  • Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings
  • Feral horses: These are the Mesa Verde ‘feral trespass horses’. On the right is a foal; in the middle is a mare.
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Nature

Book Review: Chief Seattle and the Town That Took His Name: The Change of Worlds for the Native People and Settlers on Puget Sound by David M. Buerge

When I take my daily walks in my neighborhood in north Seattle, I marvel that so much of the indigenous foliage has survived the carpeting-over by houses, shops, streets, and sidewalks. 560 more words

Book Reviews

Hidden Treasure

Did you know that I used to write fiction and it’s still posted here? Yep, I have a number of different stories, and series of fiction, and you can find them right here! 242 more words

Writing

Losing touch with the ancients

Lately many miles of protected national lands are being opened to fossil fuel extraction.  Opinions are so very divided on how to proceed with this…  Native tribes in the southwestern USA oppose reduction of national parks such as Bears Ears in favor of oil, gas and coal leases. 386 more words

Earth And Climate

America’s pathological behavior toward Native peoples

On America’s pathological behavior toward Native peoples (Thanks to the Jews, Free Masons and “Christians”~!~)

by: Steven Newcomb / Columnist / Indian Country Today

According to Steven L. 2,057 more words

Empowering the Oppressed - The Mayas, Part 1

This is the first part of what will become a seven part series about the modern day Maya peoples in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. 958 more words

Native Americans