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The Legends, Chiefs and Prayers make for engrossing
These pages have been dedicated to the indigenous people
of America, who, with their great strength and courage
have retained their culture even to this day and age,
and have done so with pride.
It bears testimony to their dedication and beliefs,
therefore, it would be a tragedy should the culture they
so tenaciously guarded fade through lack of interest and
knowledge on the part of new generations;
generations who shall never know what it is like to walk
with the wind!!!
Walk through these pages, always keeping in mind they
are steeped in a culture; pure in its teachings, and
alien to most.
The data will prove to be fascinating reading, at the
very least! Community attitudes towards the Native
Peoples of the U.S.A. changed gradually through:
Appreciation of the fact that, irrespective of one's
background, people, with all their complexities, have
more things in common than in conflict.
To some, the achievements of the Native Americans may
seem trivial, but, in actual fact, they ensured and
proved they could live in dignity and harmony with
others, even though they had lost their lands:
The land that everyone needs to call home, for without
them, they are devoid of any identity!!
What a feat for the Indigenous Peoples of the U.S.A or
more precisely, humanity itself.!
A wonderful Legacy to bestow on future generations, both
indigenous and foreign
beside the campfire for there is much to learn.
The words will be
spoken from the heart,
so that you will
there is truth and
honor in them.!!
This I say to you:
Though I should live a thousand years
I shall never
forget my heritage.
Legacy is a cultural mosaic. Learning about our past
cultural values and traditions makes us ever so aware of
our fragile, yet so very precious heritage.
Tribal customs have differed from tribe to tribe, thus
making the American Midwest unique; the ancestral soil
so very endearing to us all.
Many places and objects are alive with ancestral and
other spirits, thus infused with special traditional,
sacred and ceremonial meanings.
Primarily, "Eagles Aerie" will be a most informative and
At Least I hope so!
have been a most welcome guest
Come back often!
- Designated, "Ma`ome He`e,"
a Cheyenne name,
- is truly an honor.
- ¡ Many thanks -
-Editor : Wareagle
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