The Indigenous Vibe Tribes

The Indigenous Vibe Tribes Native Tribes thought to have been active in the Middletown area; The Piedmont Siouans, Catawbas, Shawnee, Delaware, Cherokees, Susquehan. Remember Us All

We are the remnants of a people long forgotten, the last Native Americans of the Shenandoah Valley. Located in the stunning Shenandoah Valley, a short distance from Washington,DC, on the South Fork of the Shenandoah is a flowing mountain river long recognized as one of the premier in the east. Let this page serve as a way to preserve the memory of my people, let this guide and inform on all native american and particularly virginian history and future.

Pictures of Native Americans
07/10/2019

Pictures of Native Americans

Native American Tribal Chairman as he was forced under threat of death to his entire tribe to sign away their land.

07/08/2019
Graspop Metal Meeting

If your are struggling, know that you are not alone.

Major goosebumps with Disturbed earlier this evening! Always remember: You Are Not Alone! #GMM19 #WeAreGMM

07/08/2019
Eugene

Eugene

Terrifying and beautiful at the same time. 😍😯

Evolver Social Movement
07/06/2019

Evolver Social Movement

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."
~ Carl Sagan
photo credit: reuben wu - solar eclipse
June 4th 2019 - Northern Chile

The Math Behind the Patterns People See on Psychedelics
07/03/2019
The Math Behind the Patterns People See on Psychedelics

The Math Behind the Patterns People See on Psychedelics

Mathematicians break down the math behind the geometric patterns users of psychedelics see, with equations, finally explaining the crazy mathematical images

Coconut Rose Water Kefir Has More Probiotics than Kombucha, and It's Easier to Make
06/29/2019
Coconut Rose Water Kefir Has More Probiotics than Kombucha, and It's Easier to Make

Coconut Rose Water Kefir Has More Probiotics than Kombucha, and It's Easier to Make

Water kefir has twice as many strains of beneficial bacteria as kombucha and takes as little as 24 hours to brew The ancient probiotic super-beverage kombucha has been all the rage since it made it’s debut in supermarkets about a decade ago. I was hooked from the first time …

Earth Porn
06/28/2019

Earth Porn

Wamberg, Bayern, Germany. 📸: Ilhan Eroglu Photography | IG: @ilhan1077

06/16/2019
CBC Indigenous

CBC Indigenous

Saskatchewan's Qu'Appelle Valley is one of Philip Brass's favourite spots to spend time with his son.

Brass says a land-based approach to fatherhood is something that he was given and is now passing down: www.cbc.ca/1.5153359

Native American Golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone/Paiute) to Compete with the World’s Best in LPGA Tour Event – NDNSPOR...
06/13/2019
Native American Golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone/Paiute) to Compete with the World’s Best in LPGA Tour Event – NDNSPORTS

Native American Golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone/Paiute) to Compete with the World’s Best in LPGA Tour Event – NDNSPORTS

Featured Golf Other  Native American Golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone/Paiute) to Compete with the World’s Best in LPGA Tour Event June 12, 2019June 12, 2019 NDNSPORTS STAFF 0 Comments ONEIDA, WISCONSIN, June 12, 2019 – Native American golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone/Paiute) will compete on a spo...

It's the Law: Native Students Have the Right to Wear Traditional Regalia at Graduation
06/11/2019
It's the Law: Native Students Have the Right to Wear Traditional Regalia at Graduation

It's the Law: Native Students Have the Right to Wear Traditional Regalia at Graduation

The ACLU of Montana, Western Native Voice, and the Native American Rights Fund sent a letter to the Principal of Polson High School to provide some background on the law that ensures that Native students are not prohibited from wearing traditional regalia at graduation. The letter requested that the...

Looking white and being Aboriginal | CBC News
06/10/2019
Looking white and being Aboriginal | CBC News

Looking white and being Aboriginal | CBC News

Regan Burden, a member of NunatuKavut who's from Port Hope Simpson on the southeast coast of Labrador, writes about being Aboriginal but not looking like the stereotype.

Native American women at high risk for violence
06/05/2019
Native American women at high risk for violence

Native American women at high risk for violence

Research shows the data kept on missing and murdered indigenous women in urban areas is sorely lacking. KELOLAND investigates looks at the number of Native American women killed in Sioux Falls. 

The Indian Removal Act set in motion the Trail of Tears, which attributed to the genocide of thousands of American India...
05/28/2019
This Day in History – May 28, 1830 Andrew Jackson Signs Indian Removal Act

The Indian Removal Act set in motion the Trail of Tears, which attributed to the genocide of thousands of American Indians and the death of one-quarter Cherokee people. For this reason, Jackson is referred to by American Indians as the “Indian-killer” president and does not feel he should be honored or celebrated in any fashion.

This Day in History Published May 28, 2019 WASHINGTON — On this day in 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act. The Act established a process whereby the president could grant …

Arrested: Former EDA director Jennifer McDonald in custody, held without bond
05/25/2019
Arrested: Former EDA director Jennifer McDonald in custody, held without bond

Arrested: Former EDA director Jennifer McDonald in custody, held without bond

WARREN COUNTY – As of Friday evening, May 24, former Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA) Executive Director Jennifer Rae McDonald is in custody at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail (RSW Jail). McDonald was arrested on four felony counts, two of Fraud-Obtai...

Oldest DNA in America Traced Back to Montana Man
05/24/2019
Oldest DNA in America Traced Back to Montana Man

Oldest DNA in America Traced Back to Montana Man

A Montana man's DNA has been traced back 55 generations with 99 percent accuracy, according to the ancestry company, CRI Genetics, that tested him. This

05/22/2019
NowThis Politics

NowThis Politics

‘This country is founded on the genocide of Indians.’ — Rep. Deb Haaland asked this Trump official what he’s doing to fulfill his duties to Native Americans

05/21/2019
Willians Bezerra

Its happening, everyday, all around you. Where do you stand. The path of the destroyer is written, the path of man is free and unbounded. For whom do you stand?

“Se o povo se unir, Bolsonaro vai cair” 😄♩🎶🎵🔊

The decision is a huge victory for Clayvin Herrera, a citizen of the Crow Tribe who was prosecuted by the state of Wyomi...
05/20/2019
Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Native American Rights In Wyoming Hunting Case

The decision is a huge victory for Clayvin Herrera, a citizen of the Crow Tribe who was prosecuted by the state of Wyoming for hunting in the Bighorn National Forest. The land remains treaty territory, the Supreme Court ruled, even though it has been declared a national forest. -- We too in the Shenendoah believe that we can restore our rights regardless of " National Forest " standing in the United states law

Justice Neil Gorsuch, the only Westerner on the court, again provided the decisive vote in favor of American Indian rights.

05/20/2019
Boricuas Distinguidos 2.0

Boricuas Distinguidos 2.0

Taino; the people that discovered Columbus

A brief history of the original inhabitants of the Caribbean ;
our ancestors the Taino and the wonderful and exemplarary culture
that they once had before they suffered one of the greatest Holcausts in world history at the hands of the Europeans.

Amazon Tribe Wins Lawsuit To Save Half A Million Acres Of Rainforest
05/19/2019
Amazon Tribe Wins Lawsuit To Save Half A Million Acres Of Rainforest

Amazon Tribe Wins Lawsuit To Save Half A Million Acres Of Rainforest

The Waorani people of southern Ecuador have won a historic lawsuit to stop the destruction of their home. The Amazon tribe has stopped big oil from drilling in the rainforest, saving millions of acres of trees.

Best Nature View
02/26/2019

Best Nature View

This is the most beautiful corn. It is a Native American variety called 'Glass Gem Corn' and yes it really does grow like that.

Best Nature View
02/26/2019

Best Nature View

This is the most beautiful corn. It is a Native American variety called 'Glass Gem Corn' and yes it really does grow like that.

Nothing beats a calm night and a stray cat 😅
01/23/2019

Nothing beats a calm night and a stray cat 😅

Cherry blossom at Mount Fuji, Japan 🇯🇵 🌺

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American Indians People began to utilize the Valley as the last great glaciers began their slow retreat to the Arctic beginning about ten thousand years ago. About 6500 years ago, the climate and landforms began to take on their modern characteristics, with mixed forests along the Blue Ridge and the Allegheny Plateau to the west, a mixture of meadows and occasional marshes on the Valley Floor. This is probably when a system of paths began to develop.Extensive use of seasonally abundant foods permitted more people to live in the area and semi permanent villages began to appear. After 900 AD, native life in the Valley and the surrounding region took on an important new dimension with the adoption of domesticated plants, notably corn, beans and squash. This contributed to local landscapes as villagers began to clear and maintain planting fields. The importance of agriculture lies in a growing number of sedentary village communities, the remains of which offer insight into social and cultural development that, in turn, suggests how the Great Path and its tributaries were used. We know far less about who engaged in settlement, trade, and intrusion than what they did. By the time colonists set foot in the Valley, most of its native inhabitants had long since departed. What these villagers called themselves, what language(s) they spoke, are now lost. The following Native Tribes are thought to have been active in the Middletown area. The Piedmont Siouans, Catawbas, Shawnee, Delaware, Cherokees, Susquehannocks and the Iroquois. The Iroquois were the Six Nations tribe which included Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas, Senecas and later Tuscaroras.

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