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The ground on which we stand is sacred ground. It is the blood of our ancestors.

In the western hemisphere, totem Poles are hand carved columns first made by the early Indian tribes of the Northwest.   A totem is a carved wooden object, more often than not an animal representing a family or a tribe. It symbolizes a symbolic relationship between nature and humans. Totem poles often have very interesting religious and historical meanings interpreted through the mythical beings from the familial history

american indian tools (My husband & I have a collection of these stone axes hunting in farmer's fields & river banks)

Indian teaching young brave the art of the bow and arrow by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

[American Indian demonstrating the use of a bow and arrow] by UIC Digital Collections, via Flickr

Mississippian Era (800 - 1500, AD) Flint Scrapping Tools by The Nite Tripper, via Flickr

Cherokee heritage For Esmae and all the baby's in the family. Our Cheerokee comes from both mom and dad so it is on both sides.