"The last time this group leader was around was Aug.2011. Considering how very little activity this group has, your idea is a good one. Unfortunately, it's hard to find a term which works in all countries! In Canada we have "First…"
"There are still tribes outside of the US. By blood, I am a Saami and was raised from the Saami tribe in Finland. Ever since I was 3, I came to the US. This page should be changed to Indigenous People besides that I am Indigenous, but not a Native…"
"I haven't read much on this blog yet, but this article certainly has a slant that I think it particularly relevant. The pretentiousness that religious institutions were guilty of in implementing the residential school system is one of the…"
"I'm a newly minted Agnostic-Atheist, and as far as I know I have no Native American blood, although my direct ancestors (thoroughly documented by my genealogist mother) have been in the US since the 1600. However, that's of no concern to…"
"I have been meang to get the book, and one would think that since I have Cherokee blood I would have already read it, but alas, I have not. Honestly, it has been very hard to make the time to do the "outside" research on the Native…"
"The Secotans endured years of warfare with the Neiosioke, and "some years earlier," he met with the Neiosioke king, in an effort to ensure a "permanent coexistence." The two leaders arranged a feast between the two groups. An…"
"The Secotans were one of eight groups of Native Americans dominant in the Carolina sound region, between 1584 and 1590, with which English colonizers had varying degrees of contact. Other local groups included the Aquascogoc, Chowanoke, Chesapeake,…"
Hey Kevin, I would like to invite you to a private group that I belong to on FB. It's called The Marshall Co. Atheists. It is completely private/secret. At this time we have 56 members, and we are growing. If you're interested, I will be glad to add you, that is if you have fb. Anita
I really enjoy Native American culture. I appreciate their wisdoms and folklore, their love of nature and their art. I have alot of different kinds of art as decoration in my house. You seem very interesting! I am going to Moundville tomorrow with a friend of mine who is very Cherokee. I have been to many native american historic sights and national parks. I have been to Wounded Knee, Canyon De Chelly, Russel Cave in Alabama, Ocmulgee near Macon Georgia, Mesa Verde, Aztec. Would love to hear from you, Charlie
Kevin Ray Smith commented on Waldheri's group 'Philosophy':
Howdy! Does anyone have a link to a great ontological "disproof" other than Douglas Gaskin's ironic disproof?
Kevin, I don't know how timely this response is for you, but I did just post an article on this subject - firstname.lastname@example.org