Archives For Daylight Savings Time
1. Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People Episode 1
2. Cher – Half Breed
3. Native American Artist Series: Paul Rowley
Princess Daazhraii Lucaj was recently appointed to a position with the Obama Administration
Courtesy LeAnn Hascon
An avid athlete, Nizhoni Ward plays football and basketball for local teams.
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Cherokee Elder Ed Wilson reminisces about swimming holes, avoiding water moccasins, and the many pranks they used to play.
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Photo courtesy Thosh Collins
From left, Thosh Collins, Chelsey Luger and Martin Sensmeier in Brooklyn, New York in July 2014.
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Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, Harvard University
This buffalo-hide robe is covered in the exploits of at least two Lakota warriors and includes 60 figures depicted across 14 events. The exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, ‘The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky,’ runs through May 10. On loan from Musée du quai Branly, Paris.
1. Children of the Dust
2. White Feather
3. We Shall Remain – Trail of Tears
4. Gray Eagle
Despite debate about its efficacy, the advent of Daylight Savings Time brings with it the promise of spring.
This buffalo painting is one of Dylan Cavin’s.
Years ago, the feathers of spotted eagles were given—the spotted eagles were known as the solar bird, flying so high that they touched the heavens.
The Lancaster High School ‘Redskins’ will face neither Akron or Lake Shore high schools on the field due to its nickname, which is a dictionary-defined racial slur.