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America: Dan Peek, Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley. Additional personnel: George Martin (piano); David Dickey (bass guitar); Willie Leacox (drums, percussion).

Muchos de los Maestros ya están de vacaciones o pronto lo estarán y qué mejor momento para reflexionar sobre todo lo que hicimos en el año escolar 2016 y cómo podemos retroalimentar y mejorar para

Well this is what they call being sent up sh*t creek without a paddle, courtesy of George W Bush and his Establishment Elite cronies. After 10 years, the man who interrogated Saddam Hussein has come forward with the TRUTH about the tyrant. CIA analyst John Nixon told Daily Mail his exclusive story about the interrogations of the infamous Iraqi…

#FuturisticFriday: New Releases We’re Excited For October-December 2016

#FuturisticFriday: George Lucas: A Life #StarWars #nonfiction (scheduled via

Baldwin Parker with his wife, Nora Acquitsaketah-Parker, and their three sons - Comanche - no date {Note: Baldwin Parker was the son of Quanah Parker and Chonie.}


Ultimate fixer-upper: Historic warship built in the 1890s goes on sale (she just needs a $20m refurbishment... before she sinks)

US gun crew, 1898, on USS Olympia. The cruiser was in service from 1895-1922. It is most famous as the vessel commanded by Commodore George Dewey in 1898 at the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. 'You may fire when you are ready, Gridley,' was famously uttered by Dewey during the battle which saw the Spanish bombarded into defeat.


Chief Dewey Beard or Wasu Maza ('Iron Hail', 1858-1955) was Minneconjou Lakota, fought in Battle of Little Big Horn as teenager. After George Armstrong Custer's defeat, Wasu Maza followed Sitting Bull into exile in Canada, then back to So Dakota, where he lived on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. When he died in 1955, at age of 96, Dewey Beard was last known Lakota survivor of Battle of Little Big Horn, & last know survivor of Wounded Knee Massacre.