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I remember the program when it first debuted his ethnicity was not stated in the story line. Then when having a little indian blood was fascinating and downright American and desired they introduced it unto a story line to try it out. An indian playing an indian who'd a thought.
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edra runion

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GOOD MORNING HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND 
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The maned wolf is about three feet tall at the shoulder and weighs about 50 pounds. It looks like a long-legged fox, with a reddish-brown coat and a mane along its back. Its ears are large and long (7 inches), its throat and tip of the tail are white, and its legs are mostly dark.
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Joxua Luxor

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I joined and served in the Marine Corps and the Navy.  I did so because the men before me did, and it was my responsibility as a Paiute man. Nothing deeper than that.
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+Russell Snook thank them for their service, you might enjoy this video about my spiritual experiences at chief seattle's grave. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8fmhtdXlaU
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Does some one have more information on this? I'm a little lost...Do they want to get rid of smaller tribes? or reservations all together?

...to be specific this part...

The subcommittee’s May 14 hearing was called “Inadequate Standards for Trust Land Acquisition in the Indian Reorganization Act (IRA),” The hearing’s stated purpose was to examine whether Congress should pass a law to rein in the Department of the Interior Secretary’s authority to take land into trust for Indians and Indian tribes. Congress gave the Secretary that authority when it enacted the IRA in 1934. The memos for those two hearings (here and here) make it clear that Young is eager to severely limit or even eliminate the federal recognition of tribes, and back away from taking land into trust.
A recent House Subcommittee on Indian Affairs however, was like watching a 10-car pile-up on the interstate.
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Trying to revive the Indian Removal Act...?
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carlos gonzalez

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Ella es Montse, una aguerrida canoera que surcó el mar para honrar una Travesía Sagrada Maya en honor a la Diosa Ixchel.

Para ella su inspiración tiene nombre y un rostro: su abuelito de 86 años. Conoce toda su increíble historia AQUÍ >> http://bit.ly/1Q7bxVr
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Check out what this controlled burn found in Montana
A grass fire in northern Montana has uncovered an ancient complex of stone alignments and other features that have likely not been seen for centuries — and certainly never from the air. henry smith site montana fire In April, Bureau of Land Management officials used a prescribed burn to expose ...
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This is powerful! Must Watch and Share!
"Addressing suicide and suicide prevention in film is difficult yet important. With suicide affecting numerous Tribal communities across Indian Country The Awakening is meant to uplift amidst a dark time which isn't always easy but is timely . At the request of Anthony Guzman, the heart of the ( Awakening) film consists of Fort Duchesne Ute Tribe families who dealt with recent suicide tragedy. They provide hope amidst suffering recounting in their own words and experiences, beautiful insights that all youth need to hear, know and feel continually. If you break down what each tribal member shares, the film almost becomes a mini-handbook for positive youth development."
Director-Producer: Doug Miles of Apache Skateboards
Executive Producer Anthony Guzman LCSW
Editor : Reuben Ringlero 
Starring : Michelle Chapoose, Zaisha Dashee, Gwenita Pawwinnee, Harlan Nez, Stephenie Cuch, Rodelle Mills, Mandi Mills, Deandre Mills, Kelcie Mills
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O Pechanga

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Positive news.  Our young people are working to get the word out about what corrupt tribes have done to their own people.     Please, share and Google +.  
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Nieto Fine Art

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The UTE bear dance celebrates the arrival of Spring. When the first thunder in Spring took place it was time for the Bear Dance. Today it is performed every Spring around late May or June by the Ute Indians of Colorado.
Home · Culture. Bear Dance. The 2015 Southern Ute Bear Dance will take place from May 22 – 25, 2015. The public is welcome. The Annual Ute Bear Dance which is held every spring is a social dance everyone enjoys. Origin of the Bear Dance can be traced back to the fifteenth century when the ...
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Beautiful cant wait for the pow pows
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The photograph of Geronimo driving a car was actually taken on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers' 101 Ranch, located southwest of Ponca City, Okla. The car is a Locomobile, and the Indian in full headdress to Geronimo's left is Edward Le Clair Sr., a Ponca Indian. Geronimo so admired Le Clair's beaded vest that it was presented to him later in the day. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buied in the vest. The photograph was taken during a special 101 Ranch show for the U.S. press. Thousands of newspaper editors and reporters flocked to it.
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Had terrible nightmare I was standing and theses 3 dogs were rabid barking at me they were chained up and they broke off the chain and attacked me it was in black and white



 the dog is vicious and/or growling, then it indicates some inner conflict within yourself. It may also indicate betrayal and untrustworthiness

indicates a betrayal. You feel that you have been wronged by this person


To see a mad dog in your dream suggests that you are being verbally attacked by those you thought were your friends.
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To see a mad dog in your dream suggests that you are being verbally attacked by those you thought were your friends.


A dog bite or his scratch in a dream means harm caused by one’s enemy and its effects will depend on the amount of pain one suffers in the dream. It could also mean falling sick or suffering from great affliction or harm caused by a close companion or a servant



A dog in a dream also could represent a vile and an insolent woman who belong to a group of evildoing people and who are persistent in their enmity



Dreaming of dogs biting you, foretells for you a quarrelsome companion either in marriage or business



To hear the growling and snarling of dogs, indicates that you are at the mercy of designing people, and you will be afflicted with unpleasant home surroundings.


To hear dogs growling and fighting, portends that you will be overcome by your enemies, and your life will be filled with depression.




Dreaming of a mad dog, your most strenuous efforts will not bring desired results, and fatal disease may be clutching at your vitals. If a mad dog succeeds in biting you, it is a sign that you or some loved one is on the verge of insanity


dog is barking ferociously, then it represents your habit of making demands on people and controlling situations around you. It could also indicate unfriendly or dangerious companions.


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True that !! :) +carlos gonzalez​
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