Introduction

The bald eagle is sacred to American Indians, and was named as the national emblem on June 20, 1872.

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The bald eagle is sacred to American Indians, and was named as the national emblem on June 20, 1872.

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The history of American Indians includes words and wisdom passed down through the generations since time immemorial. All tribal nations and cultures on Turtle Island, such as the Navajo, Cherokee, Hopi, Anishinabe, Iroquois and Ute (among many others), shared and preserved proverbs, philosophies and humorous sayings. The wisdom of eloquent speakers and thinkers was also…
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