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Teslin Cultural Celebration

We are excited to be invited to attend the Teslin Tlingit/Haida Celebration. I believe it is July 18 through 21. We attended two years ago with a van full of artists including Chris and Melvin Nowicki all the way from Poland. It was a beautiful day in an unbelievably wonderful location. If at all possible I […]

The Passing Of Dr. Soboleff

It is a monumental thing when an elder of such great value to the native community as Walter Soboleff passes from this plain. Dr. Soboleff has turned the corner on this world at the age of 102 yrs.  His service is in Juneau on saturday. I was lucky to hear him speak at Celebration in […]

Why does the practice of destroying monuments, writings, and other historical artifacts continue?

To the illiterate who want to complain about the wall of text – Your input is neither required nor is it being solicited… A few things I find confusing, include the burning of the Alexandrian Library — the Roman stoic philosopher Seneca (c. 4 BCE – CE 65) refers to 40,000 books having been burnt […]

Creationists, can you explain China?

There were some artifacts dated from China from around 16,000 BC to 7,000 BC! If there were humans living in the world thousands of years before “Adam and Eve”, how can you explain this? Maybe god forgot about China. Or what about the Native Indians in the Americas. They were living before the “creation” as […]

Any comments about these thoughts?

During the dark ages, the church was the only government and no one challenged the authority of the Pope He signed two deadly “Cereta Bull.” In one he ordered to kill all the cats in Europe because they were, to his uneducated mind, the product of evil. Doing so, the rat population exploded and millions […]

Are there any Native American Indians left?

I was born in Wichita, Kansas in 1976 and growing up there, Native American Indian life was at the forefront of our daily conscious. I recall we had yearly River Festivals and parades that celebrated Indian heritage. The 44ft tall Indian statue, “The Keeper of The Plains” in our downtown was a daily reminder that […]

need help with my homework on native americans.?

i know….. your probably thinking just do the H.W. yourself….. but i left my textbook in school…..please help. whenever i say DESCRIBE, describe the location, geographic, characteristics, food, shelter, and artifacts. 1. who are the anasazi people? 2. describe the native americans of the artic 3. describe the native americans of the northwest 4.describe the […]

Possible Artifact – Anyone know what it is?

My father is a collector of Native American artifacts and has a large collection of arrow-heads and other things. He has found this last week and is wondering if anyone has any ideas of what it is or what it would have been used for. Also if you have any ideas where he can research […]

what artifacts were important to the Inuit Native Americans?

what did native americans use this for?

So i’m doing a report on Native American artifacts. We had a choice of a couple and i chose the Bow and Arrow. Besides from hunting, and using the animal(s) for food, the skin for shelter sometimes and clothing what might the bow and arrow have been used for? Thanks!