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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
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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.

First-ever compendium of indigenous technologies provides a powerful toolkit for climate-resilient design - Harvard Grad...
03/03/2020
First-ever compendium of indigenous technologies provides a powerful toolkit for climate-resilient design - Harvard Graduate School of Design

First-ever compendium of indigenous technologies provides a powerful toolkit for climate-resilient design - Harvard Graduate School of Design

The design field is at an inflection point. It must challenge its repertoire, rethink technology, and begin to see biodiversity as a building block of urban environments. Julia Watson’s lush and meticulous new book, Lo—TEK: Design by Radical Indigenism, provides a blueprint for sustainable archi...

VIDEO – Tyendinaga Mohawks say no trains will pass through their lands until the RCMP gets out of Wet’suwet’en territory...
02/09/2020
VIDEO – Tyendinaga Mohawks say no trains will pass through their lands until the RCMP gets out of Wet’suwet’en territory | Real People's Media

VIDEO – Tyendinaga Mohawks say no trains will pass through their lands until the RCMP gets out of Wet’suwet’en territory | Real People's Media

TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY – When the RCMP invaded Wet’suwet’en territory on February 6th 2020, solidarity actions in support of the Wet’suwet’en sprung up across Canada. The port of Vancouver was shut down, Indigenous youth occupied the legislature in Victoria, traffic on Highway 403 nea...

01/25/2020
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Wormholes: Just a theory, or a much scarier reality?😱

Watch new episodes of #StrangeEvidence Thursdays at 9p ET only on Science Channel.

Egypt Cradle of civilization - مصر مهد الحضارة
01/06/2020

Egypt Cradle of civilization - مصر مهد الحضارة

Virtual Tour (360 photo) Tomb of Ramesses the Sixth

John Muir Quote
12/30/2019
John Muir Quote

John Muir Quote

I’d rather be in the mountains thinking of God, than in church thinking about the mountains.

Bison Are Roaming Free in Indiana for the First Time in 200 Years
12/23/2019
Bison Are Roaming Free in Indiana for the First Time in 200 Years

Bison Are Roaming Free in Indiana for the First Time in 200 Years

The Nature Conservancy is bringing bison back to Indiana to help restore the prairie Once upon a time, prairie was the primary ecosystem in Indiana, but in the last 200 years, almost all of it has been plowed under for agriculture. Today, less than 1 percent of original, native prairie …

Ticia Verveer - Archaeologist
12/22/2019

Ticia Verveer - Archaeologist

Today is the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. At winter solstice, the sun shines down this 5,000 year old passage and hits the back wall.

These beautifully carved stone slabs support a 17-tonne stone slab acting as the roof of the tomb. The Neolithic chambered mound lies about 500m off the Brittany coast, on the small island of Gavr'inis, and is today only accessible by boat.

At the time of its construction, c. 3500 B.C., the island was still connected with the mainland.

https://www.instagram.com/ticiaverveer/ #wintersolstice

Get every native on every reservation into a home
12/21/2019
Tribal members learn how to build tiny homes

Get every native on every reservation into a home

It’s said teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. The Lummi tribe believes the same can be said for building homes. At Bellingham Millworks, A&E’s Tiny House Nation host and nearby Glacier resident Zack Giffin is helping teach Lummi tribal members to build a tiny home for one o...

Monument of Native American Hero "Crazy Horse" Slowly Taking Shape in South Dakota
12/20/2019
Monument of Native American Hero "Crazy Horse" Slowly Taking Shape in South Dakota

Monument of Native American Hero "Crazy Horse" Slowly Taking Shape in South Dakota

With no government funding, the Crazy Horse sculpture will be larger than Mount Rushmore About 17 miles from Mount Rushmore, a monument to a Native American hero is finally coming into view. The mountainside sculpture of Crazy Horse, regarded as one of the most iconic Native Americans of all time, ....

12/19/2019
Supaman

Supaman

We're not promised another day on this earth, but we can only hope that when we lose the people we love that we will see them again! If you heart is hurting for your loved ones who have gone to the other side camp, be encouraged that you will see them again! Dedicated to all the missing and murdered Indigenous women around the world and anyone who has lost a loved one! Beautiful song by Theresa Bear Fox's Sky World sang by Teio Swathe. #mmiw

Stash of Paleoindian Artifacts Found at 12,000-Year-Old Connecticut Site
12/15/2019
Stash of Paleoindian Artifacts Found at 12,000-Year-Old Connecticut Site

Stash of Paleoindian Artifacts Found at 12,000-Year-Old Connecticut Site

A site has been uncovered in the American state of Connecticut, that is revealing evidence about its earliest inhabitants. Some 15,000 artifacts related to a Paleoindian community have been uncovered and they are providing an unprecedented insight into the distant past.

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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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We are now just 2 weeks away from this the historic visit by #Kogi and #Otomi #Shamans from #SouthAmerica. THERE ARE 2 WAYS TO #PARTICIPATE: a #hike at Mt Rogers and a #reception at the Peace Pentagon. See our #website for details. We also need to raise funds to pay for this visit - so PLEASE #DONATE today - at Facebook or at our website – and join us for this once-in-a-lifetime event!