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My Tribute To Native Americans

Alot of the images you'll find here are links to other sites. There you will find a ton of information that will help you learn more about our Native brother's and sister's way of life and the continuing struggle they endure. Some things will have a bit of info, but I'd like to remind everyone that it is not all enclusive nor is it limited to one tribe. The stories may at times be a little different, but that's from the "elders" passing stories by word of mouth. This place is always being worked on, so it will change from time to time, but the main theme will continue. Browse around, enjoy, and I hope I have helped you in some way. If you have any information that you'd like to share or have me add to this site, please e-mail me.

The Dream Catcher Legend

The Dream Catcher was placed near where a person slept. While they were sleeping, the dreams would come. The bad dreams would get caught in the weaving and perish when the sun came up in the morning. The good dreams, would follow the weaving, down the beads and feathers to the sleeping person.

We do not own this land. We are borrowing it from our children.
Indian proverb
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