2017 Thundering Spirit Pow Wow - March 3 - 5, 2017. Renninger's Twin Markets - 20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora, Florida 32757 Native American Acorn Recipes Popular Cherokee Recipes Popular North American Indian Recipes For All Those Who Were Indian in a Former Life **AMERICAN INDIAN CASINOS/RESORTS **ALABAMA Poarch Creek Indian Bingo Palace Atmore, Alabama “Offering the highest stakes Indian Bingo in the South.” Owned/Operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Located in Atmore, Alabama, take Highway 21 at... Sources include people, magazines, papers, newsletters, etc.
The information found in this list may not be completely
accurate or could simply be out of date but it is
hoped that most is correct & at least helpful! Ancient Indian Prayer A message from Michael Campbell Written By Sondra Ball by Sondra Ball Written By Sondra Ball Written By Sondra Ball by Paula Underwood Spenser Author Unknown Written by Marilou Awiakta
"Recited at the "Memphis Gathering
for Unity" honoring the Sunbow5 Walkers." Mother Earth provides Nisqually, Elder, with
plentiful berries. She in turn provides neighbors
with the best pies on the the whole reservation. Poem by Mary Ann Pont As told by Joseph Chasing Horse This one is sure to bring not
only a smile but a good laugh!! By Vine Deloria Jr. From Eclectic Literary Forum By David Sunfellow Poem by Sondra Ball Poem by Zahid Makhdoom By Larry Kibby,
Elko Indian Colony, Elko, Nevada By Edward Basham Author Unknown By Lorraine Jacobs who has returned to the lake... (BCA) Bureau of
Caucasian Affairs, Author Unknown (1978) From Cliff Boldt
"Legend from the Squamish Nation, Coast Salish" When Deganawidah was leaving the Indians in the Bay of Quinte in Ontario, he told the Indian people they would face a time of great suffering. They would distrust their leaders and the principles of peace of the League, and a great white serpent was to come upon the... As Told by Chief Dan George Author UnknownFeatured on a poster hanging on a wall at
the Tribal Office in Window Rock, Arizona. Selected extracts from Prison Writngs:
"Published by St. Martian's Press in Spring '99"
By Leonard Peltier, Edited by Harvey Arden Poet from Karuk Tribe of California Poet from Karuk Tribe of California From the Nation's Native Elders
(Delivered during the NICOA meeting in
Duluth, MN, on August 19-22, 2000.) Written by John L. Nichols
"Story of the "Beloved Father" of the Cherokee" From "Songs Of The Cherokees"
by Anne Tennyson Holton Chapter One "Run Toward The Nightland:
Magic of the Oklahoma Cherokees"
By Jack Frederick Kilpatrick
& Anna Gritts Kilpatrick As told by Leanne B. Cloudman. Written By Robert Sparks Walker American Indian Organizations Minnesota The Hantavirus That Visited the Four Corners – “Sin Nombre virus” has not departed A CNN feature, originating in San Francisco, reports the death last month of a 55-year-old man after a Hantavirus infection. The man, otherwise healthy, died three... **JANUARY January Annual Indian River Native American Festival Silver Sands Arena, 625 Tomoka Farms Road (C. R.#415) New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168 Contact: 904-424-0860 (Vendors by invitation.) **FEBRUARY February Annual Native American Inter-Tribal “Arts... Letter to the Editor, 7/27/95: I attended a beautiful Indian spiritual ceremony performed by Asa Primeaux and held in my honor at the Sacred Serpent Mound in Adam County, Ohio, July 17, 1995. The inspiring gathering was attended by both Indians and non-indians. It was... We are all united by a common concern and a common aspiration: How to save our Earth; How to build again the Ancient Bridge of Harmony within the Human Race and within the Environment; How to ensure the Respect for Human Dignity and Fundamental Human Rights. (We have... THE PROPHESIES OF TURTLE ISLAND UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK Held on November 22, 1993 INTRODUCTION Sponsored by: Mission of Mexico, Mission of the United States, United Nations Centre for Human Rights Endorsed by: American Indian Institute American Indian Ritual Object... Delivered and Submitted 11/23/93 “CRY OF THE EARTH” General Assembly, United Nations, New York September 1962 Re-submitted 11/23/93 by the Grandson of Monongye, Manuel Hoyungowa, Messenger from Sovereign Hopi Nation and Prophecy Message of Monongye,... “September, 1995 Summary of Legal Victory!” Administrative Law Court Hearing, Appeal of Peabody’s Kayenta mine permit renewal. Dineh Alliance vs. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) & statutory party Peabody Western Coal... “Relocation is a word that does not exist in the Navajo language. To be relocated is to disappear and never be seen again.” – Pauline Whitesinger, Relocation Resister For the past fiver years, relief caravans have been organized in Boulder, CO. to... Tappan, NY (ICC) – The following statement was produced during the opening of the International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations on December 10. These statements were agreed to by Indigenous leaders from all parts of the world... R. P. Gough, Attorney for the Estate Administrator of the Estate of Tasunke Witko, a.k.a. Crazy Horse, Mr. Seth H. Big Crow, Sr., was very pleased with the recommendation of Administrative Law Judge Allen E. Giles to the Minnesota Commissioner of Public Safety for the... Text of decision on jurisdiction in malt liquor case. The following is by and from, Bob Gough, Stu Kaler and Jonny BearCub Stiffarm, Attorneys for the Estate of Tasunke Witko. Email: Rpwgough@aol.com There have been numerous requests for the posting of the Rosebud... Under Attack By National Park Service – A Human Rights Tragedy From the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, Native Rights Alliance The following article appeared in the October 22, 1996, issue of The Christian Science Monitor. If you are interested in further information... Written by David Simmons National Indian Child Welfare Association, Staff Member The Congress began with renewed attacks on the ICWA from House of Representatives members Deborah Pryce (OH-R) and Todd Tiahrt (KS-R). Both introduced stand alone bills, H.R. 3156 and... United States Government Sued For Wrongful Human Radiological Experiments Source: Business Wire The law firms of Chamberlain, Neaton & Johnson and Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell announced today that they have filed a class action suit in the U.S.... ITS PAST AND FUTURE ROLE IN EXECUTIVE BRANCH & CONGRESSIONAL POLICY-MAKING (A THREE-PART PAPER) National Indian Policy Center The George Washington University 2021 K Street, NW, Suite 211 Washington, DC 20006 Phone: 202-973-7667 November 1993 FOREWORD The... From: Bobby Castillo American Indian Movement email@example.com American Indian Movement Autonomous Confederation GENEVA, SWITZERLAND OCTOBER 24, 1996 ON THE OCCASION OF THE MEETING OF THE UNITED NATIONS OPEN-ENDED INTERSESSIONAL WORKING GROUP CONSIDERING THE DRAFT... Destruction of traditional lands and sacred sites throughout the U.S. continues as a result of the Salvage Logging Rider. Your calls are needed today to urge repeal of the Rider. From Jim Jontz and Steve Holmer September 27, 1996 GORE SAYS: SALVAGE LOGGING LAW IS... by Charmaine White Face Wednesday October 2, 1997 There are a great many good people in South Dakota who truly want to begin healing the wounds of the past between the tribes and the white people. Efforts are always being made to have discussions on racism, or to... TUCSON – At dawn there is the scent of coffee and pinto beans, the sound of Spanish language television and the dampness of the swamp cooler in the Sonoran Desert heat. Outside, a relative sleeps in the cool beneath the trees. When Jose Matus, Yaqui ceremonial... (Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota) April 1997 Witness trainings are being held for the upcoming Chippewa spearing/ netting season around Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota. Witnesses have been requested to help out by the Lac du Flambeau and Mille Lacs Bands. A January federal... Chippewa Spearing/Netting Season (Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota) The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday issued an April 9 federal injunction until June on most Chippewa spear fishing and netting in the 1837 treaty-ceded territory of east-central Minnesota. The... WHY IS THE “CRAZY HORSE MALT LIQUOR” CASE IMPORTANT FOR INDIAN TRIBES AROUND THE COUNTRY? On November 17, 1997, in the federal courthouse in St. Paul, Minnesota, attorneys for the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Court, the Estate of Tasunke Witko [Crazy Horse] and... As women of the Mohawk Nation and as progenitors of future generations of the Haudenosaunee, it is our duty and responsibility to ensure that the lands are secured for future generations. As our women dance the Women’s Dance, we are constantly reminded of our... According to the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations, US President Bill Clinton has just “interfered in Mexican internal affairs” by demanding an exhaustive investigation into the massacre which recently occurred in Chenalhó, in the Mexican state of... Of June 26th, 1998, Washington D.C. From the LPDC Leonard Peltier Defense Committee The Leonard Peltier Defense Committee met with Leonard Peltier Support Groups on June 26th in Washington DC to strategize for Leonard’s release. We met for several hours in a... (Organized February 3rd, 1950) Cherokee * Chickasaw * Choctaw * Muscogee Creek * Seminole “NAGPRA Policy Statement” Of July 10, 1998 This policy statement has been agreed upon by the following tribes of the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized... WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (IPS) – Cyanide and related waste metals — such as those which spilled into the Essequibo River in Guyana earlier this month — have major long-term environmental and health impacts on local people, fish and livestock, according to... WASHINGTON, Aug 31 (IPS) – Backers of the two gold mining companies implicated in Guyana’s biggest environmental disaster were also associated with the two biggest cyanide-related gold mining disasters in this country, an IPS investigation has discovered.... “Building Economic Self-Determination In Indian Communities” THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release August 6, 1998 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE BUILDING ECONOMIC SELF-DETERMINATION IN INDIAN COMMUNITIES... “Treatment of Native American And Funeral Objects In The United States” Marie Samuel, Vice President Yachay Wasi – NGO/DPI, NYC – Cuzco, Peru (Member of the NGO Committee on the UN International Decade of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.)... Supporting Camp Justice’s Stand Signed On October 19, 1999 NOV-04-99 THU 12:55 PM OST PRESIDENTS OFFICE FAX NO 33 P.03 wkd. RESOLUTION NO.WB-99-03 RESOLUTION OF THE WOUNDED KNEE DISTRICT COUNCIL OF THE OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE (An Unincorporated Tribe) RESOLUTION OF... Published Tuesday, January 25, 2000 Newspaper of the Hopi Tribe Vol.X No.2 Executive Branch Chairman Wayne Taylor ~ Vice-Chairman Phillip Quotshytewa The Chairman is from the Sun Clan of Shungpovi and the Vice-Chairman is from the Bear Clan of Kykotsmovi. Elected by... U.S. Department of the Interior News NAIIP News ~ Friday, September, 1, 2000 FLAGSTAFF, Arizona – Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt today announced an agreement which will end a long controversy and result in the closing of the White Vulcan mine, located... Ya’a’tee As usual, I am behind schedule getting the next VFH out to you, so in the meantime I thought I would pass on some more words from the resistors. The first is a letter sent to the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs in 1991. Many of the... Ya’a’tee First off, regarding the article A TRUST BROKEN, A HERITAGE BETRAYED: Battle for Native American Rights, which I urged you to read. Last time I checked, the magazine still hadn’t put it on their website, but the editor...