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Beauty
by Jaron
8 years ago
South American Rings and Wedding Bands for Sale

Couples really don't have to belong to a tribal decent for them to appreciate the natural beauty of South American rings and wedding bands.

Home & Garden
by Gardengates
9 years ago
Planting California native plants in the winter

California native Zaushnaria (Epilobium) blooms in early winter: Phot by Jane Gates Although some experts recommend planting California natives in the autumn, there are an equal number of experts who feel the winter is the best planting time rather than allowing for vulnerable growth started in the last...

History
by Amerowolf
8 years ago
Christopher Columbus: Indian Killer

If you were in an American school anytime after the 1930's, you've probably celebrated Columbus day. A day that celebrated the discovery of the new world, the discovery of America. Later most of us probably found out that Columbus didn't discovery America first.

Entertainment
by wordspeller
7 years ago
The Power of the Native American

George Catlin has been described as 'the great American painter of the West'. He was appreciative of the people who long inhabited the American landscape, and sought to study, write, paint and understand a culture that was so different, so unlike his own.├┐FDCatlin preferred to paint with a realistic style that depicted the individual members of many Native American tribes on their own ground, in their own environment. He portrayed the histories and livelihoods of Native American culture on canvas and paper, and honored them with a pictorial presence that few artists have managed to achieve since.

Lifestyle
by ladybugblue
10 years ago
Attending a Native American Powwow


It always fun to learn about different cultures than our own. A good way to learn about Native Americans is to attend a Powwow in your area. If you're looking for an interesting and fun thing to do on the weekend, here is a great option. There are a lot of Native...

Home & Garden
by landocheese
8 years ago
Florida Native Plant Landscaping

For residents of Florida, using Florida native plants in landscaping makes a lot of sense. These plants are easy to find and do well in Florida's unique climate.

Home & Garden
by J. Larson
7 years ago
3 Reasons To Go Native In Your Landscaping

The use of non-native and invasive plants has a long history in the United States in our landscaping, gardens and homes. These plants when allowed to escape into the local ecology upset the balance and cause native ecosystems to decline in health and vigor.

Travel & Places
by Sarah
7 years ago
Improve Your Japanese with Lang-8

Lang-8 is a language-exchange social network I use for practicing my Japanese reading and writing although it is not limited to just the Japanese language. Lang-8 differs from conventional Japanese learning web sites that attempt to teach the language with text, audio or video because it does not provide...

Beauty
by Jaron
8 years ago
Native American Rings for Sale

Need to find beautiful and authentic Native American rings for sale? Well you've come to the right place. These rings are full of history and symbolism.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
All About the Cane Toad

The cane toad was introduced into Australia in 1935. Since those early days the cane toad population is now estimated at well over 200 million. Local biodiversity has been badly affected and native animal species are hugely threatened by the toad. It is gradually spreading over the continent. The cane toad is an introduced pest of the worst sort.

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Great Britain's Mountain and Moorland Pony Breeds - The New Forest

Britain has a number of native pony breeds. Collectively, these are called the mountain and moorland breeds. The New Forest pony is classed as a large pony along with the Highland, Welsh Cob Section C, Welsh Cob Section D, Connemara, Dales and Fell. This article is an overview of the history and characteristics of the breed.

History
by kateperez
9 years ago
Reverend John Eliot, First to Convert the Indians

Oh, my. Indians are such heathens! They live off the land, they barely wear clothes, and they certainly do not live in a "God-like" manner at all. The improvement to their situation can only come from Christians visiting them and converting them from their savage ways...

Health
by ladybugblue
10 years ago
Native American Herbal Remedies

Native Americans were known for their religious use of the natural herb. They carried bags which they called medicine bags everywhere with them for quick use. These bags were filled with roots, leaves and flowers of the most medicinal and healing value. We can learn so much...

Entertainment
by wordspeller
7 years ago
Raven: The Best Picture Book for Children

A trickster well-known to enthusiasts of Native American myths, Raven is an absolute hit with children. Not just a character revered in native art and oral traditions, Raven is alive and flying in this book created by late author and artist, Gerald McDermott. This big black bird's antics may be michevious and naughty, but his intentions are good at heart. After all, he's here to save the world from darkness! From start to finish, kids can't get enough of this story, and call for more, once you've stopped reading aloud the final page.

InfoBarrel University
by ljselley
8 years ago
5 Ways to Make Learning a Language Easier

Set yourself up for success with these five steps to language learning success. Forget outdated grammar exercises and dull rope learning, and make your language learning adventure fun and motivating.

History
by egdcltd
9 years ago
The Trail Of Tears

After the American Revolution attitudes toward Native Americans degenerated so rapidly that by the late 1800s this indigenous people were decimated and pastured out to reservations.

Lifestyle
by mrstone123
9 years ago
Top 5 Western Novels

Top 5 Western Novels Upon the recent release of True Grit an adaption by the Coen brothers of the Charles Portis novel of the same name I thought that I would make this list of Western stories that I have enjoyed reading...

Environment
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10 years ago
How to Conserve Water on Your Yard

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]]>Clean water is a precious commodity that is becoming less available and more precious each year. Yet Americans waste huge amounts of water, normally purified drinking water, for watering grass, gardening and washing their cars. This...

Lifestyle
by JudyE
9 years ago
Out with the Easter Bunny, In with the Easter Bilby

The Foundation for Rabbit-Free Australia is hoping to replace the Easter bunny with an Easter bilby. The rabbit was into Australia and has been a great environmental disaster. It has decimated the countryside. It competes with native species, many of which, if not extinct, are certainly threatened with extinction. It is hoped that introduction of the Easter bilby will alert people to the dangers Australia's native wildlife are facing. Chocolate bilbies will be competing with chocolates bunnies on the shelves again this Easter.

Lifestyle
by genietoast
10 years ago
What Is the Advantage of Learning USA English?

At one point in time, I had considered teaching English abroad, but I decided to pursue internet marketing and writing instead.

One school in Taiwan I researched was very specific about their teachers having North American accents, i.e. students should learn American English. Interestingly enough, the school was privately...

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