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The Shoshone Indians were also known as the Snake Nation. No name, date, or location for this image. Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Art, Native Indian, Native Art, Indian Tribes, Black Indians, Indian People, Lewis And Clark

Dance of the Crane Series Stone of Asylum--March 2017 The Reckoner's Blade--May 2017 Heiress of Coeur d’Alene http://hilarey.com/

What a boss. I need to watch more Korean martial arts movies to see this stuff in action. "song jae rim the moon that embraces the sun"

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Shoshone or Shoshoni Tribe and Their Horses

Shoshone or Shoshoni Tribe and Their Horses

Post with 2560 votes and 115761 views. Shared by stopitcharlesgetoutofmyhead. The Basilisk - Mythical Creatures Explained. Korean Mythology, Norse Mythology, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Bayeux Tapestry, Creation Myth, Cryptozoology, Old Maps, Medieval Fantasy

Korean Mythological Creatures - Eat Your Kimchi

We're talking about Korean mythological creatures and folklore, including the Haetae, Gumiho, and Ungnyeo for this week's TL;DR.

Ideas for researching metal detecting spots. Information on the Idaho Star Garnet

Idaho's Star Garnet and Metal Detecting Research Ideas

Ideas for researching metal detecting spots. Information on the Idaho Star Garnet

Map of Oregon, Washington and Part of British Columbia. Mitchell, Gamble, W. Map 36 from Mitchell's New General Atlas. later issues title changed to Idaho rather than British Columbia.

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Map of Oregon, Washington and Part of British Columbia. Mitchell, Gamble, W. Map 36 from Mitchell's New General Atlas. later issues title changed to Idaho rather than British Columbia.

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Gustave Dore: An opium dens in Victorian England (from the series of London Life illustrations). Limehouse was notorious for opium dens, as Oscar Wilde knew; read The Picture of Dorian Gray. Victorian London, Victorian History, Victorian Life, Gustave Dore, Estilo Tim Burton, Opium Den, Steampunk Festival, London Pictures, Old London

Opium Dens and Opium Usage in Victorian England

An East End Opium Den, 1870 For many, images of the darker side of Victorian London are shaped by the descriptions of writers like Henry Mayhew in the middle decades of the century, or by Blanchard Jerrold and Gustave Doré, and James Greenwood a few decades later. In addition to their often sensational images there are the descriptions we derive from the fiction of the times. Thus, our image of Victorian London's drug culture, if indeed such a culture existed, is composed in part of…

Duck decoys, circa National Museum of the American Indian -Smithsonian Institute (Courtesy/Ernest Amoroso) Earliest known decoys - found in Lovelock Cave, Nevada - Several in a woven basket - Species: Canvasback

The Red Haired Giants of Lovelock Cave

Some say that an early Native American tribe were giant cannibals.

Hidden weapons--the fatal weapon favored by ancient Chinese knight-errant - China culture

Hidden weapons--the fatal weapon favored by ancient Chinese knight-errant - China culture

Hidden weapons refer to those that are used to attack enemies unexpectedly. They are featured by the small size, agility and excellent concealment. The “hidden dagger” used by Zhuan Zhu to assassinate King Liao of the Wu State and the dagger used by Jin Ke to assassinate Emperor Qin Shihuang are the famous cases of application of hidden weapons in ancient China.

Read "Stone of Asylum" by Hilarey Johnson available from Rakuten Kobo. An epileptic seizure wrenches fourteen-year-old Eldora from her father and dooms her to an underground insane asylum. Fantasy Story, Fantasy World, The Forbidden Kingdom, Learning To Trust, Fantasy Setting, Asylum, First World, Martial Arts, This Book

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A martial arts fantasy set in the old west. "Count of Monte Cristo meets The Forbidden Kingdom."