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Native American Signs Poster by Zapista OU

Native American Signs poster by Zapista OU. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Smudging Prayer

A great reference to keep hanging by your altar space, the Smudging Prayer poster offers you words to speak during your smudging ritual, when the sacred smoke will help carry your prayers. 8 1/2" x 11"Smudging Prayer

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Rare historical photos of the Standing Rock Sioux - CNN.com

Rare historical photos of the Standing Rock Sioux

More than a century ago, Frank Bennett Fiske had a photography studio at Fort Yates, a US Army post in the middle of a North Dakota Indian reservation. His rarely seen photos of Native Americans offer a fascinating glimpse of a bygone era.

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The Tasmanian genocide (fl. 1826-1829) is where Whites from Britain wiped out nearly all the people of Tasmania, then called Van Diemen’s Land, now part of Australia. They sent the few hundre…

The Tasmanian genocide

The Tasmanian genocide (fl. 1826-1829) is where Whites from Britain wiped out nearly all the people of Tasmania, then called Van Diemen’s Land, now part of Australia. They sent the few hundre…

The Tasmanian genocide (fl. 1826-1829) is where Whites from Britain wiped out nearly all the people of Tasmania, then called Van Diemen’s Land, now part of Australia. They sent the few hundre…

The Tasmanian genocide

The Tasmanian genocide (fl. 1826-1829) is where Whites from Britain wiped out nearly all the people of Tasmania, then called Van Diemen’s Land, now part of Australia. They sent the few hundre…

William Lanne (c 1835-1869) was the last full-blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian man. In 1842 Lanne was captured along with his family during the "Black War" taken to the Aboriginal camp on Flinders Island. He was 7 years old. Lanne died March 3, 1869 from a mix of cholera dysentery. Following his death his body was dismembered used for scientific purposes. An argument broke out between the Royal College of Surgeons of England the Royal Society of Tasmania over who should possess his remains.

William Lanne (c 1835-1869) was the last full-blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian man. In 1842 Lanne was captured along with his family during the "Black War" taken to the Aboriginal camp on Flinders Island. He was 7 years old. Lanne died March 3, 1869 from a mix of cholera dysentery. Following his death his body was dismembered used for scientific purposes. An argument broke out between the Royal College of Surgeons of England the Royal Society of Tasmania over who should possess his remains.

This is the true reason for the Seminole Wars in Florida

The first slaves of African descent who set foot on what is now the United States of America (USA) was in Florida. Not the first people of African descent who came to this land; but the ones who we…