Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Today is National Roots Day! Celebrate your heritage!




Today is National Roots Day! Celebrate your heritage! 

The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is providing a way to re-shape American’s understanding of Native peoples. It is steadfastly committed to bringing all Americans in touch with their actual history and serves as an honest thoughtful conduit to Native cultures — present and past — in all their richness, depth, and diversity. It is a distinct and multifaceted cultural and educational enterprise and a resource for the hemisphere's Native communities.

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Image: John Nicholas Choate (J.N. Choate), Non-Indian, ca. 1850-1902 - Collage of the faces of noted Indian chiefs who have visited the Carlisle Indian Training School: 1. Spotted Tail; 2. Iron Wing; 3. Chief Washi-ta-tonga or American Horse; 4. Red Shirt; 5. White Eagle; 6. Standing Buffalo; 7. Poor Wolf; 8. Son Of The Star; 9. White Man; 10. Stumbling Bear; 11. Tso-de-ar-ko; 12. Big Horse; 13. Bob Tail; 14. Man On The Cloud; 15. Mad Wolf; 16. Little Raven; 17. Yellow Bear; 18. Left Hand; 19. Ouray. 1881. P06925

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