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  • Jacqui Plew-Chisholm

    Native American Talking Stick - used to signify who has the right to speak during sacred council ceremonies and meetings - use at peace table like the peace rose

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Native American talking Stick. (would be great to use during family meetings)

I think you need one of this....you surely talk to yourself when you're walking by yourself...and nooooo you're not on the phone! :)))))))

I have been accused of being OCD.  I didn't like that, but maybe it fits.  Just a bit.  I do know I tend to go with logic.  A lot.  I was raised by an engineer; what can I say?  (That's not to say ...

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Her Know, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899 by trialsanderrors.

The stripes in the White man's flag Still symbolize jail/prison. Yes........ even now.

Native American Indian..she's so beautiful and wholesome. The younger generation of girls, women, keep their hair up with a beautiful barret , feather tuft stuck in, on top. Mainly,it keeps their hair out of their face while dancing..and regalia/appearance has points in most pow-wows.

Native American by Darren L Carroll, via Flickr

great foldable idea! Could be changed to work for 2nd grade

kleurplaat voor een mooie kano-kleuren, knippen, plakken. eventueel nog peddels maken van rietjes en een stukje karton.