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Message Number: 301 - Friday, July 18, 2014 13:58:50 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Yesenia Panameno
State: :  California
Country:  USA
Email:  yeseniapanameno@gmail.com
Comments:

Thank you for sharing your wisdom. Love&Light

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Message Number: 300 - Tuesday, July 1, 2014 14:43:33 CST
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Posted From:Norway
Name:  Ian Elliott
State: :  Akershus
Country:  Norway
Email:  quicksilverian@gmail.com
Comments:

Thank you for your lovely newsletter. I have an old old photo of my grandmother's grandmother, Elizabeth LaGros, who was an Onondaga raised among the Mohawks. The descent is, I believe, all through the mother's line. I would like to scan her photo and send it to you, if you have a use for it. She lived in Canton, New York in her later years but was born on Barnhardt's Island, now at the bottom of the St. Lawrence Seaway.

I am proud of my Onondaga ancestry, especially because of their continuing work for peace.

Respectfully,

Ian Elliott

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Message Number: 299 - Thursday, June 12, 2014 22:08:44 CST
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Posted From:Thailand
Name:  ken Webster Wolf Spirit
State: :  Loei province
Country:  Thailand
Comments:

I am a Warrior of the Rainbow living and teaching in Thailand.

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Message Number: 298 - Private Message

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Message Number: 297 - Tuesday, April 22, 2014 15:26:09 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Nancy Youpee
State: :  California
Country:  USA
Comments:

Awesome Page, I'm glad to have come across it :)

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Message Number: 296 - Tuesday, March 18, 2014 18:41:12 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Steven E McClish
State: :  colon
Country:  United States
Comments:

have an interest in a tipi, do you have a brochure that you can send me? 813 willow dr. colon michigan 49040. thank you

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Message Number: 295 - Thursday, March 6, 2014 07:19:11 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  John burton
State: :  al
Country:  us
Comments:

Thanks for your efforts to help our people and for all your fine items

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Message Number: 294 - Monday, February 24, 2014 20:41:07 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  debbie jo raith
State: :  Maryland
Country:  United States
Comments:

Never been to this site before but found it looking for the Native American Tea products that my sister and I used to buy at an Indian Trading Post that was off of Route 81 going through Virginia, west of the Shenandoah Valley. This place always had a teepee sitting on a platform and we found out that they usually had Pow Wows there. Although we were never able to visit when one of the Pow Wows actually occurred, our families always stopped to buy items there. That is where we both bought our Native American Tea products. The store has now been turned into a flea market, of all things, and we are really discouraged. It was awesome to look at the American Indian handywork and other products. Finally, I was able to find the name of the company that made the teas and then the search began for our purchase. Manataka had this sale going on and it was made available at a lower price than ordering from the manufacturer. The other items that are offered have also caught my attention and I plan on forwarding this information on to my sister! Thank you, Manataka! I hope this becomes a "friendship"!

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Message Number: 293 - Wednesday, November 27, 2013 14:41:10 CST
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Carl Miller
State: :  Pennsylvania
Country:  USA
Comments:

I am not Native American, but I strive to learn about the true history of North America. After reading your story about the true Thanksgiving, I have to say that I am disgusted. I've heard stories of what really went on but none specific. I am grateful to have read your story and learn more about what was done by the English settlers. I see Thanksgiving not as a time to remember the dinner of the Pilgrims and the "Indians" but more so to appreciate the time with my family and be thankful for what I have. I am thankful for the opportunity to live in America and remember the native tribes who lost their lives. I encourage my children to think of Thanksgiving as a time to help others and be peaceful unlike the settlers who robbed, raped, murdered, and pillaged. I can only hope the natives who were enslaved, murdered, etc. would be proud to see that their story lives on and that some people out there are giving peace in their memory. Many parents in my culture give their children the imagination of Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, etc. until they are old enough to know that it is made up. Why are parents also not telling their children the truth about Thanksgiving. Food for thought and thank you for the history lesson.

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Message Number: 292 - Wednesday, November 27, 2013 03:23:05 CST
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Posted From:New Zealand
Name:  heidi threlfo
State: :  north island
Country:  new zealand
Comments:

i love your messages, articles and intentions. Thank you so much for sharing with me over the years. Your goodness gives me hope for the world.

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