Acjachemen Panhe Celebration Mar 2018
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If the sun could talk, it might be this ...
"You give love and light to everybody -- those who love you, those who harm you, those whom you know, those whom you don't know. It makes no difference. You…Continue
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Заха́рия Си́тчин (in Russian)
Born July 11, 1920
Baku, Azerbaijan SSR
Died October 9, 2010 (aged 90)
New York City, U.S.
Citizenship United States
Education London School of Economics, University of…
I started on this project when I was born I think, creating everything in REVERSE. Step by step. So now I REALLY know what I am NOT.
BY JOHN KOSTER
Cheyenne and Lakota women also took up arms.
When the Crows sent some 175 warriors to join Brigadier General George Crook on campaign in 1876, one warrior carried no rifle— only a belt knife and a coup stick made of a willow wand. The Crow war party and Shoshone warriors, both U.S. allies against the Lakotas and Cheyennes, covered Crook’s confusion at the June 17, 1876, Battle of the Rosebud and probably staved off outright defeat. The warrior with the willow…Continue
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A story of never giving up, a story of giants by Sky Tellers
April 1860 to October 1861 the Pony Express was the fastest way to get your message from the East to the West and back again. The "young, skinny, wiry fellows" all had to weight less than 125 lbs,…Continue
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It looks familiar sun and shadow, grass and green -- but seemingly invisible to the eye like Shangri-La as if underneath an ocean and sea -- Morning Light for…Continue
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This reminds me of Tunnies. They looked like hot dogs on the outside, but there was hot tuna fish on the inside. My sister and I did NOT like…
The White Mans Foot
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In his lodge beside a river,
Close beside a frozen river,
Sat an old man, sad and lonely.
White his hair was as a snow-drift;
Dull and low his fire was burning,
And the old man shook and trembled,
Folded in his Waubewyon,
In his tattered white-skin-wrapper,
Hearing nothing but the tempest
As it roared along the forest,
Seeing nothing but the snow-storm,
As it whirled and…
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Please be aware of the Medicare scam !
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"My Cowboy's Last Ride"
The cowboy's lady is cryin' tonight cause the cowboy is out on the range
Runnin' and ramblin' and chasin' some stray and good cowboys don't ever change
I tried to hold him in the home corral but the grasses were greener outside
So I'm gonna sit here in front of this door
And I've loaded up my cowboy's fourty-four
When the smoke clears there'll be a new brand on his eyes
This is my cowboy's last ride
Oh I hate to see him go but…
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