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Calling To The White Tribe

Author : Mr McGaa
ISBN : 9781782791331
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There are two kinds of people in this world. One seeks wisdom; the other, seeks gratification. One is angered by injustice; the other is unconcerned. One is loyal to all living brothers and sisters; the other is loyal to a nation. One rejects dogma and thinks independently; the other blindly bows to authority, ridiculing free thinkers. One stands up to oppression; the other does nothing Which one are you? We, in modern Europe, have strayed from our Natural Path. Our rich ancestral wisdoms are in danger of being lost, plunging us into chaos and despair as we tear ourselves away from the energy that created and sustains us. Using the Lakota Tribe as both an example and a beacon, Calling to the White Tribe exposes Organized Religion, false Democracies, Superstition and modern-man lifestyle models for the destructive forces they really are in order that generations to come will be free and know the value and purpose of humanity s place on Mother Earth.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Lost City Of Z

Author : David Grann
ISBN : 9781847378057
Genre : History
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**NOW A MAJOR FILM STARRING ROBERT PATTINSON, CHARLIE HUNNAM AND SIENNA MILLER** ‘A riveting, exciting and thoroughly compelling tale of adventure’JOHN GRISHAM The story of Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett, the inspiration behind Conan Doyle's The Lost World Fawcett was among the last of a legendary breed of British explorers. For years he explored the Amazon and came to believe that its jungle concealed a large, complex civilization, like El Dorado. Obsessed with its discovery, he christened it the City of Z. In 1925, Fawcett headed into the wilderness with his son Jack, vowing to make history. They vanished without a trace. For the next eighty years, hordes of explorers plunged into the jungle, trying to find evidence of Fawcett's party or Z. Some died from disease and starvation; others simply disappeared. In this spellbinding true tale of lethal obsession, David Grann retraces the footsteps of Fawcett and his followers as he unravels one of the greatest mysteries of exploration. ‘A wonderful story of a lost age of heroic exploration’ Sunday Times ‘Marvellous ... An engrossing book whose protagonist could out-think Indiana Jones’ Daily Telegraph ‘The best story in the world, told perfectly’ Evening Standard ‘A fascinating and brilliant book’ Malcolm Gladwell
Category: History

The Call Of Gold

Author : Newell D. Chamberlain
ISBN : 0944220134
Genre : History
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Newell D. Chamberlain was born in 1880 and spent his early years in San Francisco. In 1926 he established Camp Midpines, so named because it was "amidst the pines and midway between Merced and Yosemite." In the 1930s he compiled this chronicle of events during and after the Gold Rush -- drawing on newspapers of the time and interviews with early pioneers and their children. The result is this kaleidoscopic view of life in a dramatic era in the history of California. Illustrated with many historic photographs, some of which have not previously been published. Book jacket.
Category: History

The Cambrian

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ISBN : UIUC:30112083265006
Genre : Welsh in the United States
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Lost White Tribes

Author : Riccardo Orizio
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173006718560
Genre : Colonies
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Over 300 years ago the first European colonists set foot in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean where they founded permanent outposts of the great empires. This migration continued until after World War II when these tropical outposts became independent nations, and the white colonials were forced, or chose, to return home. Some of their descendants, however, had become social outcasts in the colonial society. Ignored and unable to afford the long journey home, they stayed and live now in remote valleys and hills, "lost white tribes" living with the proud myth of their colonial ancestors. Forced to marry within the tribe to retain their fair-skinned 'purity', they are torn between the memory of past privileges and the present need to integrate into the surrounding society. The tribes investigated are the Blancs Matignon of Guadeloupe; the Burghers of Sri Lanka; the Poles of Haiti; the Basters of Namibia; the Germans of Seaford Town, Jamaica and the Confederados of Brazil. Many are on the verge of extinction.
Category: Colonies

Wake Up America God Is Calling

Author : Virgil Corey
ISBN : 1579216633
Genre : Religion
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God speaks to us in every chapter on some major social problems that have been taking our nation further from his love, care, and protection. For the fi rst time, God's Word answers the legal systems on these issues: God's morality v.the Courts' immoral decisions. Actual court cases are used to show how God is being removed from our public lives by judges who substitute their own social philosophies for the U.S. Constitution. These cases and court actions are explained in everyday language. The author was a teenager in the Great Depression era and gives his experiences and observations on social changes that have adversely affected our family values, churches, schools, and courts over the intervening years, especially during the last few decades. It should not take more national catastrophes to wake us to the need to do our part to bring about needed changes in our personal and public lives and turn our nation back to God so He can heal our land and give us His blessings as He has promised.
Category: Religion

Cliffsnotes On Richter S The Light In The Forest

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass
ISBN : 9780544182554
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Conrad Richter, one of American literature's preeminent authors on the American frontier, highlights family hardship, individual suffering, and societal breakup in The Light in the Forest. Impeccably researched, Richter's novel takes place at a time of rapid change in the 18th century. True Son/Johnny is the protagonist, a white boy captured at the age of 4 by the Lenni Lenape Indians and later adopted as one of their own. Forced to return to his white family 11 years later, True Son/Johnny must address what it means to belong and face the consequence of defying those ties.
Category: Literary Criticism

The West Shore

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ISBN : HARVARD:HWH24J
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Travels Of William Bartram

Author : William Bartram
ISBN : 9780486138664
Genre : Nature
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First inexpensive, illustrated edition of early classic on American geography, plants, Indians, wildlife, early settlers. Influenced Coleridge, Wordsworth, and Chateaubriand. "A book of extraordinary beauty." — The New York Times. 13 illustrations.
Category: Nature

Plains Indian History And Culture

Author : John Canfield Ewers
ISBN : 0806129433
Genre : Social Science
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Plains Indian History and Culture, an engaging collection of articles and essays, reflects John C. Ewers multifaceted approach to Indian history, an approach that combines his far-reaching interest in American history generally, his professional training in anthropology, and his many decades of experience as a field-worker and museum curator. The author has drawn on interviews collected during a quarter-century of fieldwork with Indian elders, who in recalling their own experiences during the buffalo days, revealed unique insights into Plains Indian life. Ewers use his expertise in examining Indian-made artifacts and drawings as well as photographs taken by non-Indian artists who had firsthand contact with Indians. He throws new light on important changes in Plains Indian culture, on the history of intertribal relations, and on Indian relation with whites—traders, missionaries, soldiers, settlers, and the U.S. Government.
Category: Social Science

Bitterkomix A South African Comic As An Indigenous Ethnography

Author : Anne-Line Hannesen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131689767
Genre : Social Science
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By means of a South African comic - Bitterkomix - this study deals with two current debates in Cultural Anthropology: Visual Culture and Indigenous Ethnography. Bitterkomix is a comic anthology which criticises and subverts the Afrikaans culture from within. The main contributors - Afrikaner themselves - do so mostly in the fields of sexuality, racism, religious and cultural bigotry and the use of Afrikaans as the ideological and psychological connection of the Boers. In Visual Culture the producer and the recipient are in close correlation, therefore the editors are looked at as such - recipients and producers of comics and thereby culture. Their ethnographic comics about childhood, sexuality, conscription and identity through language are treated as a self-reflecting project, and so this book is able to contribute in an extraordinary way as an indigenous ethnography of the Boers.
Category: Social Science

Calling From The Rim

Author : Christine Wilson Duclos
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020827619
Genre : Eskimos
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The Atlantic Monthly

Author :
ISBN : UIUC:30112109916095
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

The Atlantic

Author :
ISBN : UIUC:30112051331202
Genre : Art criticism
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Category: Art criticism

Editorial Research Reports 1990

Author : Cq Pr
ISBN : 0871875888
Genre : Social problems
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Topics include: college students, abortion, asbestos, United State's role in South Africa, the homeless, taxes, federal funding of the arts, the S & L bailout, the death penalty, the tobacco industry, the right to die, organ transplants, child support, lotteries, and multicultural education.
Category: Social problems

The Omaha Tribe

Author : Alice Cunningham Fletcher
ISBN : STANFORD:36105118136063
Genre : Omaha Indians
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Category: Omaha Indians