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Q&A: Kathleen DuVal, Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the Revolution

Yesterday, Chris Minty reviewed Kathleen DuVal’s latest book, Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the Revolution. Today, we continue with an interview with DuVal, who is a Professor of History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 816 more words

American Revolution

Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa - mea utter culpa

One thing I can tell you: I almost never try to comment bad or good about all the religious BS that gets posted on social media but am now obliged to say it’s BS. 900 more words

The Heavy Thinker

It's 'ACK-uh-muh'

The News-Herald in Lake Havasu did something simple and cool recently and I wanted to mention it here in the hope that if gave you some good ideas. 236 more words

Ideas

Native American Series of Tours

I am pleased to announce that Sinclair Travel Center of Mesa, Arizona has accepted ten of my tours to Indian Country for their winter and spring group touring schedule.   791 more words

USA Tours

Investing in Native American Communities

> Posted by Rafael Chapman, Analyst, UpSpring

Based on the latest report from the Giving USA Foundation, philanthropy efforts in the United States hit a record high in 2014 with total contributions reaching about $360 billion. 952 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Unit One Reaction Post: Using Maps, Pictures, and Photos

Map of Indian Tribes at European Contact

Tenochtitlan, Capital of the Aztec Empire

Cahokia, Largest City of the Mississippian Culture, with Monk’s Mound at the center… 11 more words

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