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Month: July 2008

A living history of the early Apalachees and SpanishBy Bobbie Whitehead -- Today correspondentTALLAHASSEE, Fla. - After several centuries, the story of the Apalachee Indians' trail from their homelands... Read More

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'Techqua Ikachi: Aboriginal Warning'By Gwyndolin Lee -- Special to TodayThe prophecy by the Hopi, the Dine' and others expressed in the new educational DVD film ''Techqua Ikachi: Aboriginal (43... Read More
WASHINGTON - In conjunction with the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the National Museum of the American Indian and the oddly named Space Philharmonic, NASA presented a concert performance of Planets''... Read More

Designing woman

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Seneca artist wins quilting award, aims higherWASHINGTON - When Faye Lone entered a few of her quilting designs in the annual Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and Festival, she cautiously... Read More

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