Mary Cassatt - Young Mother Sewing
Olive, the Other Reindeer by Vivian Walsh. Illustrated by J.otto Seibold: Based on the author's real life Jack Russell Terrier. Olive is a relentlessly active, determined, well-loved, and sometimes confused lap dog. #Books #Kids #Christmas #Vivian_Walsh
Cheyenne girl wearing an elaborate beaded dress and breastplate, 1915
Komako Sakai (Artist/Author. Hyogo, Japan) "She is currently one of the most popular childrens' authors in Japan." -per Scholastic ... Little Girl Reading Book, Book comes to life ...
Many Native Americans welcomed African Americans into their villages. Even as slaves many African Americans became part of a family group, and many intermarried with Native Americans - thus many later became classified as Black Indians
Two young Comanche girls from Oklahoma photographed in decorated Buckskin Dresses, 1891.
Alice Charley (StuYat) lived in hiding for 18 years to escape being sent to a white boarding school where her language and culture would be stripped away. Born in 1909, Alice lived with two grandaunts in Spearfish, on the Columbia River. Alice never enrolled in the Yakama Tribe as a child. Without tribal identification, she eluded agents as they swept homes for children. She immersed herself in her Native culture, learning five dialects, scraping hides and gathering food.
Fear of boarding school drove Alice Charley (StuYat) into hiding for 18 years. Born in 1909, Alice lived with two grandaunts in Spearfish, a small community on the Columbia River. Alice never enrolled in the Yakama Tribe as a child. Without tribal identification, she eluded agents as they swept homes for boarding school students. At home, the Yakama immersed herself in her Native culture. She learned five dialects, scraped hides and gathered food.
I loved this book when I read it in the 6th grade.
Pinned said: MAGIC! Ive been doing this all over my carpet, it works on old stains, new stains-- basically EVERYTHING! Must try!