Stream

Join this community to post or comment
Pinned by moderator

Vincent Schilling
owner

General Discussion  - 
5
2
Vincent Schilling's profile photoMr. Pickles Season 2's profile photo
Add a comment...

Cheyenne Troyer

Photographs  - 
18
Harvey Cooper's profile photo
 
Great capture
Add a comment...

Andre Boehm

Great Music  - 
 
..I really love playing native flute...♡♡♡
5
Add a comment...
 
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean
 
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate strait, the one-mile-wide (1.6 km), three-mile-long (4.8 km) channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The structure links the American city of San Francisco, California – the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula – to Marin County, carrying both U.S. Route 101 and California State Route 1 across the strait. The bridge is one of the most internationally recognized symbols of San Francisco, California, and the United States. It has been declared one of the Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

The Frommers travel guide describes the Golden Gate Bridge as "possibly the most beautiful, certainly the most photographed, bridge in the world." It opened in 1937 and was, until 1964, the longest suspension bridge main span in the world, at 4,200 feet (1,300 m).
1
Add a comment...

Drum Major

Great Videos  - 
 
 
🇺🇸 The Code Talkers, Iwo Jima, etc, etc. "Warrior" – is embedded in the psyche and the blood of the Native American. Certainly in pre-America, the warrior or the brave was (and still is ) a highly regarded concept and station among the native people. You can see this at the opening of every and pow and other major gatherings. From the time of inter-tribal warfare to battling against against any unjust foe, the Indian has been there fighting side-by-side with US or "foreign" amy comrades . Most celebrated in our recent past would be the "Code Talkers" of World War II. One Native American was among the soldiers who helped raise the flag on Iwo Jima...but Like many acts of valor most are un-celebrated, quietly documented, and known only to a few. We celebrate all of them on Memorial Day .

🎶 Here is a tribute to the valor and bravery of the Indian "warrior". The song, a war dance remembrance song, called "SOLDIER BOY". It is sung with traditional chant & drumming with the words "soldier boy" movingly repeated in the verses. Enjoy this tribute to the Native American warrior!!
5
Add a comment...
43
5
Amelia Di Monaco's profile photoMandy Raley's profile photoPeter Jones's profile photoJuan V.'s profile photo
2 comments
 
Amen
Add a comment...

Alejandro Perales

General Discussion  - 
 
 
How corrupted do you have to be to get arrested for treason? How many folks get paid to gloss this shit over? 
1
Add a comment...

About this community

RULES FOR RESPECT: (Questions? Contact +Vincent Schilling) NO ROMANTIC INDIAN PHOTOS NO OWL PHOTOS NO HATE SPEECH OR DOWNING ANY OTHER RACE OR RELIGION WE ARE HERE TO LEARN - NOT DISCREDIT SOME NEGATIVITY IS UNDERSTANDABLE - BUT THIS IS NOT OUR MAIN PURPOSE FOR BEING HERE ALL ARE WELCOME! MORE INFO: Welcome to the Native American Community on Google+!! Have a question? Ask it here! Love Native American Culture? So do we! IMPORTANT: Out of respect for the beliefs of some tribal members, please do not post owls in this community. To some, this animal is a carrier of an ominous message - such posts will be deleted. My name is Vincent Schilling, I am an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe - My Mohawk name is Tsiokwaris (Black Raven) You do NOT have to be Native American to join this community - you just need to have love and respect for Native American, Canadian Aboriginal or any other Indigenous Nations in our world. No Racial Slurs for any race - No anti-white, anti-black or anti-anything - All races are to be loved and respected here - In this gesture of respect for sharing culture - this is not a place for downing anyone's beliefs - regardless of spiritual practice, race, sexual orientation or blood quantum. Again, everyone is welcome and deserves respect. In as much as this is a community that will gear itself in expressing good will toward Native people, intolerance and haters will not be allowed in this community. If you have anything negative to say - please share your comments elsewhere. As a Native American journalist, author and radio host that reports on Native American issues and topics, I intend to inform as best as I can about the events, peoples and issues in today's Native American and other Indigenous communities. Please share your experiences, videos, articles and photos regarding your love of Native and Indigenous cultures. In addition - Personal accounts only, please no Native American craft sites or other G+ business accounts intending to sell items.

Valerie Charles

General Discussion  - 
15
Add a comment...

Cheyenne Troyer

Photographs  - 
11
Add a comment...

Cheyenne Troyer

Photographs  - 
14
1
Cal Carter's profile photoMark Anndo Paredes's profile photo
 
Messenger of death
Add a comment...
12
1
Cal Carter's profile photoMarevna Kamlot's profile photo
 
an owl, a warning to the Wolf of bad times coming....an owl is bad luck to many
Add a comment...

Cakes Inperry

General Discussion  - 
CARLISLE, Pa. - A group of American Indians have come every Memorial Day weekend since 1973 to the cemetery of the old Carlisle Indian Industrial School. A vigil of sorts, they have come over the decades when others lived too far away and others had simply forgotten. They come to honor the students who died while attending school there and to decorate their graves.
14
3
Gordon Lent's profile photomatt lee's profile photoEdgard Argueta's profile photoAngelika Frech's profile photo
2 comments
 
Wado


Respect
Add a comment...

Caroline Burt

General Discussion  - 
8
Add a comment...

Caroline Burt

General Discussion  - 
9
2
Tim Ash's profile photoMerwynn L.'s profile photojacqueline tipton (wolf)'s profile photoM AS's profile photo
5 comments
 
But the bad wolf/side is always a part of you. I agree though try not to feed into it but sometimes it does want it's way in certain situations not hate never hate but a good ole beat down verbally.
Add a comment...