LocalHistory. Tsalagi (Cherokee) Literature. Indigenous Peoples' Literature Tsalagi (Cherokee) Literature(In Italiano) Tsalagi (Cherokee) Web Ring "We are now about to take our leave and kind farewell to our native land, the country that the Great Spirit gave our Fathers, we are on the eve of leaving that country that gave us birth...it is with sorrow we are forced by the white man to quit the scenes of our childhood... we bid farewell to it and all we hold dear.
" Charles Hicks, Tsalagi (Cherokee) Vice Chief on the Trail of Tears, August 4, 1838 Kanagagota (Standing Turkey) "Many proposals have been made to us to adopt your laws, your religion, your manners and your customs. American Indian Tribes Map. Abenaki Acoma Algonquin Anishinaabe Apache Arapaho Assiniboine Athabascan Aztec Blackfeet Blackfoot Caddo Cayuga Cheraw Cheyenne Chickasaw Chicora Chinook Chippewa Choctaw Chumash Coeur d'Alene Comanche Costanoan Cree Creek (Muskogee) Crow Dakota Delaware Dene Edisto Euchee Flathead Gros Ventre Gwitchan Haida Haudenosaunee Havasupai Hidatsa Ho-Chunk Hopi Huron Iowa Iroquois Kaw Kawaiisu Kickapoo Kiowa Lakota Lenape Lumbee Maliseet Mandan Mattaponi Maya Menominee Metis MicMac Mojave Mohawk Mohegan Mohican Monacan Muscogee Nanticokes Narragansett Navajo Nez Perce Nipmuc Odawa Ohlone Ojibwe Omaha OneidaOnondaga Osage Paiute Pima Ponca Potawatomi Powhatan Pueblo Quapaw Sac Salish Seminole Seneca Shawnee Shinnecock ShoshoneSioux Tsalagi Tuscarora Ute Wea Wichita Winnebago Wyandot Yavapai Yokut Zuni " I was born upon the prairie where the wind blew free, and there was nothing to break the light of the sun.
I was born where there were no enclosures, and where everything drew free breath. Welcome to Discovery Education Player. Maps of Native American Tribes in the United States. Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site and Cahokia Mounds Museum Society. The Walam Olum. Indigenous Peoples Site Map. Search Our Site Rediscovering What Has Always Been There IPL Slideshow Web Design by Glenn Welker.
Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy. Iroquois Constitution. 1.
17th Century New England. These links are generally lists of dates, which might be helpful in placing various events relatively in time.
Mayflower and Early Families [Link #6] This is a very cool site -- full of texts of wills and deeds, image scans of actual documents, a bulletin board for discussions, some vital records (Saybrook, CT, and Plymouth County, MA) -- even a couple of "slide shows" about the Plymouth colony and the events in Salem. The site was orginally called "The Massachusetts Enquirer: Mayflower, MA & New England Events, People, Life" -- an interesting attempt to portray colonial New England events as if being reported today -- but the site has been deepened and that has become only part of the site, renamed "The Colonial Gazette" when the site was given a major overhaul in March-May 1999.
Thumbs up to the folks at Maddox Interactive for this contribution to the Internet! The Salem Witchcraft Trials by Doug Lindner [Link #181] Witchcraft Accusations Feb. 29-Mar.31, 1692 by Ben Ray [Link #213] Captain John Smith is Saved by Pocahontas, 1608. Captain John Smith is Saved by Pocahontas, 1608 Captain John Smith was an adventurer.
In 1596, at age 16, Smith left his home in England to fight against Spain in support of Dutch independence from the Spanish Crown. Two years later he signed on as a crew member of a Mediterranean merchant ship. About the Bradford Journal. The Pilgrim Story — the hazardous voyage, the 1620 landing, the fearful first winter, the First Thanksgiving at Plymouth — is the founding story of America.
This dramatic saga of courage and perseverance has inspired the American people throughout the nation’s history. It has been depicted through monumental history paintings, ranging from Henry Sargent’s heroic 13’x16’ Landing of the Pilgrims to Jennie Brownscombe’s First Thanksgiving. The true story behind these images is even more heroic. Pilgrim Hall Museum, in the center of historic Plymouth, Massachusetts, wants to share that story with you. The nation’s oldest continuously operating public museum, Pilgrim Hall Museum houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions telling the story of brave and determined men and women building lives and homes for themselves and their children in a new world. Come, explore, and learn the history behind the story today. William Bradford: History of Plymouth Plantation. Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith? By Stan Birchfield Did Pocahontas actually save Captain John Smith, or did Smith make up the story in order to gain popularity?
Professor J. A. Leo Lemay of the University of Delaware has recently written a book on the subject in which he argues convincingly that the story is true. Captain John Smith. This portrait of Captain John Smith appeared on a 1616 map of New England.
The image was colorized by Jamestown Rediscovery senior staff archaeologist Jamie May from an original engraving by Simon de Passe. Virginians know that Captain John Smith was one of the first American heroes. But because he was a proud and boastful man, it is difficult to know which parts of his life, as recorded in the written record, are fact and which are fiction. What many people may not know is that Smith's adventures started even before Jamestown. Born in 1580 in Willoughby, England, John Smith left home at age 16 after his father died. Life of Captain John Smith. The Navajo Nation - Home Page.