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Washington, Applications for Enrollment and Adoption of Washington Indians, 1911-1919 — Access Genealogy

The collection consists of images of records created by Charles E. Roblin “Roblin Rolls of Non-Reservation Indians in Western Washington” during enrollment and adoption proceedings of Indian tribes for in Western Washington that were not on tribal census records. The … Continue reading

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Iwo Jima Memorial, Wakeeney – Kansas Tuesdays November 12, 2019

As I continue my westward trek across Kansas this week, I started moving south as I zigzag through the state. I saw Wakeeney in Trego County and went looking for what’s to see or do in the area. I came … Continue reading

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Mighty Indigenous Warriors: From Egypt to the First World War — Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Elizabeth Kawenaa Montour and Sara Chatfield When First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation were recruited in 1914 to fight in the First World War, enlistees were not aware of the new reality of 20th-century warfare. As a prelude to … Continue reading

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Paul Boyer Museum of Animated Carvings, Belleville – Kansas Tuesdays November 5, 2019

I posted about this museum, Paul Boyer Museum, Belleville, Kansas – I Haven’t Seen It All, November 3, 2018 before I started my Kansas Tuesdays theme. My friend who mentioned this museum last year brought it up again a few … Continue reading

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Free Access to Some Native American Records on Fold3 November 1 – 15, 2019

I included some as most of the time Fold3 or Ancestry offer free access, it’s not to all of the records. Free access to Native American Records* November is National Native American Heritage month. To celebrate, we’re offering free access* … Continue reading

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Decatur County Last Indian Raid Museum, Oberlin – Kansas Tuesdays October 29, 2019

This one was a fast find. I decided to start with Decatur County, Kansas for this week’s Kansas Tuesdays post. If I didn’t find anything in the area that looked interesting, I was going to expand east or west. I … Continue reading

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Futuro UFO House, Frisco – North Carolina Thursdays October 24, 2019

I am going back to Dare County – Futuro UFO House, Frisco. I re-blogged this post – North Carolina Outerbanks — Going the Edgar Mile, original post – https://bemeontheroad.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/north-carolina-outerbanks/ which mentions the Futuro House. I have been to Dare County with … Continue reading

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Indian Wars: Early Nineteenth Century — Weapons and Warfare

Major General Isaac Brock met with Shawnee chief Tecumseh in Amherstburg, Ontario and quickly established a rapport, ensuring that he would cooperate with his movements. “Where today are the Pequot? Where the Narraganset, the Mohican, the Pokanoket and many other … Continue reading

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Missiles and More Museum, Topsail Island – North Carolina Thursdays October 17, 2019

This one almost fell in my lap. I was looking at Burgaw, North Carolina since I was at the top of North Carolina for last week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. The town name Burgaw stuck in my mind as unusual. … Continue reading

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Linda Black Elk provides education on local edible plants at workshop — Native American Journalists Association

Photos by Jaida Grey Eagle 237 more words via Linda Black Elk provides education on local edible plants at workshop — Native American Journalists Association.

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