SEES THE ELK, LEVAL, and I went to the Drive-In to see this movie. SEES THE ELK told me his grandfather told him the story about A MAN CALLED HORSE, the first white man that the Yellow Hand Lakota ever saw!
We pooled our money together, one gallon bottle of Ripple and one six pack of Texas Pride Beer used up all of our money!
Older Than America Movie The truths of the past come to light in a series of haunting visions in this drama starring Adam Beach, Tantoo Cardinal, and Wes Studi. Traumatized by the strange visions that grow more vivid with each passing day, a young woman of Native American heritage begins piecing together a Catholic priest's diabolical plot to prevent her mother from revealing the atrocities that unfolded at a Native Indian boarding school.
PMSDD Native American History
Question: Can a non-U.S. Citizen join the United States Military and Fight for the USA in Combat?
Answer: Yes. A non-citizen can enlist in the military. However, federal law prohibits non-citizens from becoming commission or warrant officers.
In order for a non-citizen to enlist in the military, he/she must first be a legal immigrant (with a green card), permamently residing in the United States. It's important to note that the military cannot and will not assist in the immigration process. One must immigrate first, using normal immigration quotas and procedures, and -- once they've established an address in the United States -- they can find a recruiter's office and apply for enlistment.
The First Nations of the Americas
Uploaded by hokulani78 on Feb 5, 2008
A video I made celebrating the first peoples of North and South America, including Native Americans, Alaskan natives, the Olmecs, Toltecs, the Aztecs, the Mayans, the Incans, and indigenous Brazilans.
Taino Indians Counted Out Of Existence
We visit an Arawak indian settlement and speak with some women; tribal chief Daniel Gomez!
Located in Mexico's southern region, Chiapas borders Tabasco to the north, Guatemala and the Pacific Ocean to the south and Veracruz and Oaxaca to the west.
A special school in the Mexican state of Veracruz is trying to keep alive an ancient artform practiced by the Totonac tribe - the Ceremony of the Flyers, also known as the Ritual Ceremony of the Voladores.
Indigenous Leader visits Oil Contamination in Peru's Amazon
Amazon Indians Protest Oil Company
In May 4, 2007, Achuar tribal leaders traveled from their home in the Peruvian Amazon to Santa Monica, CA. They wanted to confront Occidental Petroleum and demand an end to Oxy's toxic oil poisoning of the Amazon. This is video of their protest (with assistance from AmazonWatch.org) outside Oxy's shareholders meeting.
Yanomami People and Baskets of the Amazon - Körbe vom Amazonas
A unique look at one of the world oldest indigenous cultures of the the Venezuelan and Brazilian Amazon and their beautiful baskets. The Yanomami culture has endured thousands of years in the jungles of the Amazon.
The Tribe That Hides From Man
The Kreen-Akrore are a forest Indian tribe living in the Amazon basin of Brazil who successfully managed to evade the cameras and crew accompanying the Villas Boas brothers during their attempt to make first contact with these hostile and entirely unknown people. The search for the Kreen-Akrore lends itself to a documentary style which uses the conventions of narrative cinema, unfolding the events chronologically, while building up the tension and suspense of the search: for example subjective' shots are utilised to give the impression of what it is like to be watched, by unseen eyes in a hostile jungle. Some of the scenes are clearly staged, thus helping to reconstruct the events and tensions of the search
That is until 1964, before 1964 I saw Seminole Cars with license plates that said Indian, with no inspection stickers in Miami Florida.
After 1964 I saw Seminole Cars with Florida State License plates, with inspection stickers, so they must have signed the Peace treaty around 1964.
Treaty A treaty is an express agreement under international law entered into by actors in international law, namely sovereign states and international organizations. A treaty may also be known as an (international) agreement, protocol, covenant, convention or exchange of letters, among other terms. Regardless of terminology, all of these forms of agreements are, under international law, equally considered treaties and the rules are the same.