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Court of Indian Offenses

1884
The Court of Indian Offenses at Red Lake enforces rules forbidding plural marriages, dances, destruction of property following death, intoxication, liquor traffic, interference with the ‘civilizing program,’ and leaving the reservation without permission. 362 more words

History

Speech on the Signing of the Treaty of Port Elliott by Chief Seattle

There are two separate intentions in Chief Seattle’s speech, one for each of the audiences he is addressing. His intention for the white settlers is to make them rethink their actions and morals, and to leave them with a haunted feeling. 321 more words

Nature

When did Asians Evolve?

When did Asians evolve?

The history of humanity’s long sojourn across the globe has resulted in, more or less, three main super-clades, or races: Sub-Saharan Africans, Caucasians, and Asians. 973 more words

Human Migration, Cultures, And Species Of Exit

The buffalo jump

Long ago, when indians hunted buffalo, native Americans had a little trick in hunting the buffalo- The buffalo jump.

A buffalo jump was a steep hill or canyon, where the native Americans would get the buffalo to go over the hill or canyon. 53 more words

History

Seafaring and Ancient Sea Levels

Could ancient people from Asia have taken a sea route instead of a land route into the Americas? Is it possible that they could have built boats and actually sailed across the Pacific or along the ancient shoreline to reach the New World? 1,459 more words

Ancient Man

There Is a Canadian In My Garden - Part 2

Continued from Part 1.

The Canadian is in my garden again…

I woke up in the morning, went downstairs to grab my cup of coffee, and saw him once again shoveling in my garden. 488 more words

Seeking Harmony

I haven’t written for so long. I am all torn up inside about the seeming inevitable creation of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Monday, on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 215 more words

Society