Native American Indian Cultures From Mexico And South America, Hands Around The Introduces cultures from Mexico, Venezuela and Brazil, including the Amazon basin. Links to factsheets Category Society Ethnicity Indigenous People South America Mr. Richardson's extensive study and work with the native americans inBrazil has provided much of the information on the Brazilian tribes. http://indian-cultures.com/
Extractions: Native American Indian Cultures Indian Cultures from Mexico and South America Hands Around the World introduces unique Indian cultures from Mexico and various parts of South America, particularly the Amazon basin. We are rapidly becoming a global culture. Many of the Native American cultures, especially in North America, have been lost forever and are still honored only in myth and memory. Fortunately there are some Indian cultures that are relatively intact, especially in Amazonia. Hands Around the World feels that it is important to preserve the art, stories, myths, belief systems, details of day to day life, in short all aspects of Native American culture while we still can. This web site is an educational resource to introduce these unique indigenous tribes. We have provided web links to use as additional educational resources. We encourage you to browse this site to learn more about these interesting cultures. Contents Indian Cultures Search: Trip to visit traditional villages and shamans Native American Indian Crafts To Translate Links Mexican Indian Cultures States of Jalisco and Nayarit Huichol South American Indian Cultures Orinoco River Delta of Venezuela Amazon Rain Forest of Venezuela Amazon Rain Forest of Venezuela and Brazil Warao Guahibo Yanomamo Penare Ecuador - Columbia Piapoco Cofan Piaroa Yekuana Amazon Rain Forest of Brazil Matto Grosso / Xingu of Brazil Amapa / Para of Brazil Desana Assurini Satere-Maue Kampa ... Xerente Hands Around the World
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Extractions: Contents Home Search ... Curriculum You may also want to view the recommended reading list from the Sesquicentennial Committee. The Gathering of Zion, 1964, McGraw-Hill Book Company p.6 Utah has had many different peoples who have called it home. This unit of study covers Utah's peoples up to the time that the transcontinental railroad connected the 2 coasts of the United States in 1869. These lessons fall into 3 different age categories. The K-6 lessons are focused around the following essential questions. Pat Horyna helped several master teachers develop the focus for these lessons. Contributors of the K-6 lessons are Linda Crowther Barbara Rindflesh , and Gaylene Seaman .The rest of team of K-6 teachers comes from the BYU/Public School Partnership including Rob Keddington Lauren Tanner , Marilynn Nielson, Sharon Jensen, Debra May Phyllis Embley , Mike Embley, Barry Graff , Ann Searle, Julie Warren Jan Burger Judy Catlett , and Christine Wilkinson Who settled Utah and why did they settle?
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Extractions: Development of the electronic field trips was partially supported by a State Historical Fund grant from the Colorado Historical Society and by the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Ian Thompson Fellowship. The two line-drawn illustrations of ancestral Puebloans that appear in Trip 1 are used courtesy of the Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, Colorado. Photographs were contributed by the Colorado Historical Society (early photo of Castle Rock, under "Historic Exploration," Trip 2, and the Hayden Survey party, Trip 2), the Mancos Valley Visitor Center and Museum (miners, Trip 2), the Pikes Peak Library District (historic photo of Castle Rock, beginning of Trip 2), and Montezuma County residents Fred Harden (McElmo homestead and Battle Rock schoolhouse, Trip 2) and Alma Stiles (Chief John Miller and his wife, and Chief Jack House and foremen, Trip 2).
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Extractions: There has been little research in Britain regarding Lesbians and even less concerning Black and Minority Ethnic Lesbians. We have put together this Resource List to make research conducted elsewhere accessible in Britain. All of the academic papers are obtainable by completing a request form (this should cost about .50p) at your local library who will send for a photocopy from the British Library. Similarly, many of the books should also be obtainable through your local library. Our thanks to Evelyn and Dorothea for their comments and suggestions. Following some historical and literary background regarding lesbianism in China, demographic data, family background, and behavioral characteristics of 15 lesbians in Hong Kong are described and compared with like data for a matched group of married women. Questionnaire and interview responses reveal that more of the lesbians were adopted, experienced an unhappy childhood and hostile family atmosphere, had parents who would have preferred them to be boys and attended sexually segregated schools. Subjects differed from their Western counterparts in having a closer relationship with their mothers, and in the absence of oral sexual practice.
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Extractions: It behooves every man who values liberty of conscience for himself, to resist invasions of it in the case of others; or their case may, by change of circumstances, become his own. It behooves him, too, in his own case, to give no example of concession, betraying the common right of independent opinion, by answering questions of faith, which the laws have left between God and himself. Thomas Jefferson as Dear Members of the Senate: Hate crimes against sexual minorities have more than tripled since the FBI began collecting statistics in 1991. In the past year alone, hundreds of Americans have been murdered or viciously attacked because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Listed below are just a handful of tragic examples. February 24, 2002: Clinton Scott Risetter of Santa Barbara, CA was doused with gasoline as he slept and then set on fire. Risetter died a horrifying, unimaginable death because he was gay. Martin Thomas Hartman confessed to police his deep hatred for gays, stating that Risetter was a gay man who "didn't need to be around in the world."
Extractions: Selected bibliography Aasland, O.G. (ed) (1991). The Negative Social Consequences of Alcohol Use . Oslo: Norwegian Ministry of Health and Social Affairs. Abad, V. and Boyce, E. (1979). Issues in psychiatric evaluation of Puerto Ricans: a socio-cultural perspective. Journal of Operational Psychiatry Abad, V. and Suarez, J. (1975). Cross-cultural aspects of alcoholism among Puerto Ricans. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Washington, DC: Department of Health, Education and Welfare Abel, E.L. (1987). Alcohol, Wordlore and Folklore: Being a compendium of linguistic and social fact and fantasy associated with the production of alcohol as reflected in the magazines, newspapers and literature of the English-speaking world . Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books. Abel, E.L. (1997). Was the fetal alcohol syndrome recognised in the ancient far east? Abel, E.L. and Zeidenberg, P. (1985). Age, alcohol and violent death. Journal of Studies on Alcohol Ablon, J. (1985). Irish-American Catholics in a west coast metropolitan area. In L.A. Bennett and G.M. Ames (eds.)
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Extractions: NEWEST OLDEST It gave me and my family and friends such great joy to learn last month of the brave and compassionate rainbow initiative taken by the City Commission of Traverse City. I was saddened to learn of the recent decision to back down in the face of opposition from the same old racist homophobic forces that have been using the Bible selectively to promote their doctrine of hatred and intolerance for centuries. I thought that the whole point of the stickers was to stand firm against such tyranny. Don't let those forces breach the wall. Georgia Dear TC Rainbow Sticker Folks, Coleman The people who portray the colors as solely for gay rights and want it removed - are against gays and against the protection of gays from hate violence. It appears you are reversing the original purpose of the project.
Un Viaje A Costa Rica meals were had in a single large room adjoining the native family's house. the peoplewho live in either North or South America consider themselves americans. http://www.clarkson.edu/~matish/home.html
Extractions: During April vacation of my senior year, I traveled to Costa Rica as part of a group of students and two biology teachers from my high school. The trip was partly for fun and partly for work, hosted by an organization called Ecoteach. They call it "ecotourism" these days. The major focus of our trip was to help the endangered leatherback sea turtles, which are being hit hard especially by poaching for eggs and meat. We also did volunteer work at a wildlife reserve, visited an elementary and a high school, and worked on a reforestation project together with local farmers. In between we managed to mix in a lot of true tourist activities such as whitewater rafting, sightseeing, beach-hopping, horseback riding, and zip lines. All in all it was more fun than you would think could be packed into a mere eleven days, and I can't wait to go back. Enjoy! Arrival: La Quinta Las Tortugas Rainforest La Fortuna ... Return: La Quinta Arrival In Costa Rica Two long flights and a longer layover in beautiful Newark Airport. New York City easily visible across the river, drowning in its pall of smog, the empty patch of skyline where the Twin Towers used to be glaringly obvious. This was the closest I'd ever been to the Statue of Liberty, also faintly visible offshore, and the Empire State Building, a lone needle poking up from the wounded city. The driveway to La Quinta - driveway is an interesting word, half-paved bike path perhaps would be more apt - was two strips of tar with a dirt-filled ditch in between. The bus almost didn't make the turn off the road through the gate. Then plunging down a steep hill, through a stream bed, and up an equally steep hill. Were told to never flush the toilet paper, shake out all bedding thoroughly before getting in, and leave socks balled up inside shoes - scorpions, snakes, and spiders. Welcome to Costa Rica.
Extractions: Western New England College "The Home of the Golden Bears" LINKS ECAC NCAA Weather Channel Western New England College - Athletic News JEFF BOUYEA SELECTED FOR NCAA DIVISION III ALL-STAR WRESTLING TEAM SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Jeff Bouyea of East Longmeadow has been named to the NCAA Division III All-Star Wrestling Team that will tour Europe beginning next week. Bouyea, who competes in the 133-lb. weight class, will visit Varna and Sofia, Bulgaria and Istanbul, Turkey from July 4-16. He will attend the All-Star Training Camp at the University of Scranton from July 1-3 and then leave the next day for the trip overseas. Bouyea enjoyed a solid rookie season compiling a 14-11 record while earning the team's Most Improved Player Award. He will begin his sophomore year in August. WNEC coach and East Longmeadow resident Bob Skelton again will serve as the team leader for the trip. This is the 13th consecutive year that he has traveled with the squad to Europe. In other wrestling news, USA Wrestling has designated Western New England College as a National Regional Training Center. Skelton and former Olympic bronze medallist
All H-Net Book Reviews Sorted By Reviewer Abbott, Kathryn Title Sifters native American Women's Lives Author Theda Perdue,ed. in der Zwischenkriegszeit Author Alice Teichova and Herbert matis, eds. http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/index.cgi?sort=rev
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Extractions: For the second time in less than a week, an imaginative Music Director has shown that it is possible to program an all-20th-century music concert and please both a general audience as well as critics tired of war horses too frequently raced. Conductor Barry Wordsworth and the BBC Concert Orchestra did that at ECU on January 25 with a program of all English music. On January 31, in War Memorial Auditorium, conductor Stuart Malina and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra succeeded with a more geographically diverse program. Two purely orchestral Nocturnes by Claude Debussy from 1897 (first performed in 1900) and Aaron Copland's well-known Suite from "Appalachian Spring" (1945) formed a sandwich around real raritiesboth piano concertos by Dmitri Shostakovich. The concert ended with a well-played standard interpretation of the Suite version of Copland's Appalachian Spring . The playing was taunt and rhythmically alert with a plethora of excellence from principals and sections. I noted fine solos from Concertmaster Fadial, clarinetist Kelly Burke, oboist Reuter-Privetta and trumpeter Cirba as well as polished work from the bassoons headed by Carol L. Bernstorf and the horns led by Robert Campbell. The percussion, led by Wiley Arnold Sykes, was hardly shy. Thus provided a rousing American ending to an effective and diverse 20th-Century program. I hope that Stuart Malina's successor is as imaginative in programming and as astute has he has been in selecting great young artists instead of burned out or over-the-hill household names who too rarely deliver.
Community News Archive Seattle native Gussie Stusser was so excited to move is based on a community of AfricanAmericans living in physicist and student of Rabbi matis Weinberg; Joel http://www.jewishtranscript.com/news/archive/2001/comnewsFeb12001.htm
Extractions: Transcript Editor Seattle native Gussie Stusser was so excited to move into her new apartment at The Summit, the Kline Galland Centers new retirement apartments on First Hill, that she insisted on moving in on opening day and spent her first night there without any neighbors. "I was afraid I wouldnt live to make this," said the beaming 88-year-old. "Im so happy." When asked to give some surprise visitors an impromptu tour of her new apartment this past Monday, Gussie, who moved in on Jan. 22, pointed out the beautiful view, which is "so pretty at night." She said she likes the place, the Jewish atmosphere, the food and the people, including her new neighbors who are in the process of moving in and the Summit staff. "Everybody is putting themselves out for us," she added. "Im thrilled to be here."
Big Walnut School News 2001-2002 garden with fish, tadpoles and native wild plants. Lawyer, Alexander Loar, ChelseaMatis, Dylan McCaulla Consider ramifications to americans With Disabilities http://www.sunburynews.com/BW2001-02/schoolnews.htm
Amherst College Alumni & Parent Programs JohnYves Lhomond, John Lockwood, Ellen Longsworth, Charles March, Lou matis, BillMcNitt Webster was a native of Minnesota before moving to New Hampshire and http://www.amherst.edu/~alumni/alumserv/classnotes/summer01/70s.html
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