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“Have look at some different Teepees used by different #Indigenous Tribes. #NativeHistory #native”

Native American "Pictographs" (I do not condone the use of pictograph but apparently Bing does so now we here,)

An ancient form of writing gets new life in an activity designed to help your child read understand what life was like for early Native Americans.

That's what I call a one-hit wonder right there lol

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Con l'età di 10 anni, la maggior parte dei bambini degli Stati Uniti studino tutti i 50 stati che compongono il paese. Ma secoli fa, la terra che è ora sono gli Stati Uniti era un posto molto diverso. Più di 20 milioni di nativi americani dispersi in oltre 1.000 tribù distinte, bande e gruppi etnici popolavano il territorio. Oggi,…

Con l’età di 10 anni, la maggior parte dei bambini degli Stati Uniti studiano tutti i 50 stati che compongono il paese. Ma secoli fa, la terra che è ora sono gli Stati Uniti era un posto molto diverso. Più di 20 milioni di nativi americani dispersi in oltre 1.000 tribù distinte, bande e gruppi etnici popolavano il territorio. Oggi, [...]

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In 1998, there were 175 Indigenous languages still in use within the United States. Today, there are 115. With each passing year, as elders are laid to rest and new babies are born, Native people lose their tongue.  #NativeAmericans #Language #IndigenousPeoples #IndigenousLanguages #HeritageLanguages

A third of the Indigenous languages used in America two decades ago have gone extinct, and Congress isn't doing enough to preserve what remains.

Part 1: 1830 — Noonish on April 22, 1889    Oklahoma County forms a rectangle 30 miles wide by 24 miles high, almost exactly 720 square mile...

Part 1: 1830 — Noonish on April 22, 1889 Oklahoma County forms a rectangle 30 miles wide by 24 miles high, almost exactly 720 square mile...

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