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Name:
Nathan Strong-Elk Winder, Jr.
Email:
strongelk@yahoo.com
Date:
01/30/2003

Comments

Thank you for your website. I have been waiting for my grandma's probate for nearly 2 years. I wonder why it takes so long when I need to help my daughters out with tuition and to keep my ranch going. This is crazy! The Albuquerque Area Title plant takes soooo long to get things together. I don't know why the area offices take so long when there are needs that our families must take care off. Also, this was the same problem that I faced when I was vice-chairman of the Pyramid Lake High School Board of Education. I hope and pray that the people that are suppose to help us get of their asses and do the work that is necessary to get us our monies, i.e. probate and IIM monies. I hope and pray that things get better. Blessings, and may you all walk in beauty. All my relations. Nathan Strongelk Winder


Name:
rebecca widmark
Email:
sassyreb_2000@yahoo.com
Date:
01/29/2003

Comments

My daughter and I found your site absolutly WONDERFUL. Great pix and words. We thank you for sharing you with us. Rebecca & Montana


Name:
Trinity, the Snowwowl site webmaster
Email:
mailto:witticismsink@aol.com
Date:
01/27/2003

Comments

For the many requests we have received concerning Native American names, we now have two links to a site with Native American names (male and female) and a brief description for each name. We at the nest, applaud our brother SnowOwl for his efforts in finding this site. If he finds anymore we will post the links. If others know of other sites that may give the tribes as well as the names, you can email me at witticismink@aol.com and I will pass them onto SnowOwl to check out. Here is the link to the links page:Native American Links


Name:
Al Huff
Email:
alhuff@usa.net
Date:
01/27/2003

Comments

I just wanted you to know what a beautiful tribute to the native spirit your site has given and an inspiration to me as a part of that universal spirit.


Name:
morg
Email:
mor11!hotmail.com
Date:
01/26/2003

Comments

nice place


Name:
Katie Nemchek
Email:
bethie@netcarrier.com
Date:
01/26/2003

Comments

I am studying about the Kwakuitl in school (3rd grade) and I think that this is a very cool site. I can't believe there are so many web-sites about the Kwakuitl!


Name:
Donna Kearns
Email:
donnakearns93@hotmail.com
Date:
01/23/2003

Comments

The background color, and the slide out menu off to the side are amazing, and very much eye catching. I was browsing around for some Moose Meat Recipes and low and behold found this website. I love it! You can betcha that I will be trying out a few of the recipes as will my dad! He's the hunter of the family. Although Dad is a senior, he and a few relatives and friends still very much enjoy going hunting. They really enjoy it. I guess it makes my dad feel like he's back home on the farm. Me I was born and raised in the big city of Toronto. Although I myself have never hunted, I would at least like to try it once in my lifetime. We recently , had some wonderful Moose Meat-balls in sauce at Christmas time they were supperb, even the kid's gobbled them up! I think that this website will do wonder's for both my boy's in helping them with different projects they get at school! Very informative, very helpful. Great work so far and thank you guy's for taking the time out to ask us our opinion's. Thanks Again, Take Care and Good-Bye from Toronto!


Name:
matthew lomax
Email:
lomaxm00@aol.com
Date:
01/21/2003

Comments

i am only 13 i was set homework to do research on masks i found your site interesting and Educating.your site does not need any changes.

Matt


Name:
Lea Alexander
Email:
halosnwings@earthlink.net
Date:
01/21/2003

Comments

I was very touched by the honesty and love I felt within your web site. Thank you for providing such a lovely site.

I do have a question that I was hoping you could help me with. I've been asked to preside at a wedding ceremony in Missouri this summer. They would like to do a Wedding Vase Sand Painting. I see sand paintings of "The Wedding Vase" and would like to know the "history" and meanings behind this. Can you help me?

My Cherokee heritage is too far back to be much help. Thank You, and healing Light and love to your eyes! But I can see your vision is clearer than many with 20/20 sight! Rev. Lea Alexander


Name:
Lynn
Email:
jwscott7@comcast.net
Date:
01/20/2003

Comments

I find your website intriguing.

Can you please answer a question regarding pipestone.

What is the difference between the red and black pipestone regarding use in ceremony?

Any information you can share is greatly appreciated.


Name:
Joanne
Email:
jhache@cogeco.ca
Date:
01/20/2003

Comments

I am very interested in your site, however, I'm looking to find my geneology from Quebec and Ontario Canada. Can you help me find a site that I can use to obtain this information?

Thank you,

Joanne


Name:
Rebecca Clarke
Email:
rebecca.clarke@dm.af.mil
Date:
01/19/2003

Comments

Wonderful site! The graphics are just enough to lend an aesthetic appeal to your site yet not bog down the computer.


Name:
briny mcneil
Email:
bayfaceblueberry@hotmail.com
Date:
01/19/2003

Comments

hi i love your page it is the best in the world


Name:
jennifer
Email:
why should i tell u!!!!
Date:
01/18/2003

Comments

i need the wendat tribe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NOWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name:
marlene
Email:
marleneg25@yahoo.com
Date:
01/16/2003

Comments

I am very happy to have found a site like this one. You have a lot of helpfull information.

Thank you


Name:
Thomas W. Williams
Email:
tomwmss@msn.com
Date:
01/15/2003

Comments

It brightened my day. Thank you


Name:
s,manship
Email:
 
Date:
01/14/2003

Comments

interesting and well done


Name:
Ted
Email:
teddyreiser@aol.com
Date:
01/14/2003

Comments

GREAT SITE!!!!!! keep it up,


Name:
charlotte lucas
Email:
charlifarli@msn.com
Date:
01/12/2003

Comments

im 29 and live in the uk.i think your website is brilliant and i would like to no more about your situation.i have always been fascinated with native americans but unfortunately i do not know too much about your history.i spent five weeks with family in canada over the millenium hoping to learn more but unfortunately nothin came from it.i am also trying to access international chat rooms to strike up some friendships but have had no joy there either.i would be very happy if i could just get a reply.


Name:
Marie
Email:
allmon@bluelight.com
Date:
01/12/2003

Comments

A very informative & attractive site. I am very proud to be descended from the Principal People.


Name:
Jerry Friddle
Email:
Graywolf1245@aol.com
Date:
01/11/2003

Comments

I haven't seen all, but what I have seen I like, keep up the good work.


Name:
Hannah Doyle
Email:
clear_stone@hotmail.com
Date:
01/09/2003

Comments

I was looking at sites for a school activity on Native American Masks, and I came acroos this site. I love how you made the masks so exaggerated, and I think that the materials that you use to make these masks are truly interesting. I also like how you sampled on your site all the different types of masks. I thank you for having a Guest Book, too, so you can see what other people think about your web site. Thank you for having this site, I am sure I will tell my teacher about it!

Sincerely, Hannah Doyle


Name:
Robin Al-Aryan
Email:
ralaryan@cousineaulaw.com
Date:
01/08/2003

Comments

I need any assistance which you may be able to provide. I am tracing my heritage through my father's side of my family. His name was Henry Robert Simpkins and he was born in Harrisburg, PA on September 25, 1925. His father was William Simpkins and mother was Nellie Ravenscroft. They were from Somerset County, PA. William Simpkins' father was Stewart Simpkins and his wife was Catherine. I haven't much information in regard to my heritage. I know they came from Great Britain and married an "Indian Princess". They lived along the east coast (Maryland/West Virginia/Pennsylvania). Any assistance in tracking my heritage would be deeply appreciated. THANKS.


Name:
Alisha
Email:
lil_lou_02@hotmail.com
Date:
01/04/2003

Comments

Cool webpage. Thanks a lot. It really helped me out with my history project.


Name:
tony
Email:
astralwolf63@aol.com
Date:
01/04/2003

Comments

am enjoying your site. many things to discover i knew not was online.. thank you for sharing. peace and blessing new found friend


Name:
Billie Jo
Email:
TENDRWOLFGRL@aol.com
Date:
01/04/2003

Comments

Even though we only meant last night thanks to a great mutual friend i was able to tell you were someone really special and now that i have spent time here at your creation..... I am certain of it....thank you very much for sharing....... a ne-kah-noh (a friend)....Billie Jo


Name:
Warren Mack
Email:
ECSHAMROCKS82@Blackplanet.com
Date:
01/03/2003

Comments

Hello,or Heya Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy reading your literature.I was setting up a site for a Friend,and totaly got side tracked by your site.Theres so much TRUTH in your words,I saved your site to my FAVORITES list.Beautiful drawings,art.sculptures,ect. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to reading more. Thanks for lifting my spirits. W.Mack


Name:
Jana Mason
Email:
janalmason@earthlink.net
Date:
01/02/2003

Comments

I found this page very interesting and helpful. I am also interested in Indian names given to people and the meanings of them in American language.


Name:
Jana Mason
Email:
janalmason@earthlink.net
Date:
01/02/2003

Comments

I found this page very interesting and helpful. I am also interested in Indian names given to people and the eanings of them in American language.


Name:
Bonita
Email:
howie2dnce@yahoo.com
Date:
12/31/2002

Comments

Enjoyed your site very much! Thank you.


Name:
me
Email:
shawnawarren400@msn.com
Date:
12/26/2002

Comments

thought they were no 1


Name:
Slatecarver
Email:
Slatecarver@aol.com
Date:
12/26/2002

Comments

I enjoyed my short visit to your site but I am on employers computer. I will re-visit from home. Thanks. Tom


Name:
Barry J. Lloyd
Email:
barryjo46@yahoo.co..uk
Date:
12/24/2002

Comments

I FOUND THE SITE INTERESTING. HOWEVER, I DID NOT FIND WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR. I AM TRYING TO FIND A BOOK WHICH RELATES TO THE TAWA CARVINGS, IN PANAMA WHERE I NOW LIVE THERE ARE A LARGE ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY THE NATIVE INDIAN TRIBES. I UNDERSTAND THAT THEY WERE HIGHLY PRIZED WHEN THERE WAS A WORLDWIDE BAN ON IVORY AND NEEDLESS TO SAY THE MORE INTRICATE ONES CAN BE EXPENSIVE. ANY INFORMATION RELATING TO THE AFOREMENTIONED WOULD BE MOST WELCOME. THANKYOU.


Name:
C Vincent
Email:
Gigggleb0x@aol.com
Date:
12/20/2002

Comments

I enjoyed your site. The artwork is absolutely beautiful. I wasn't able to read the slide out menu when I got to the bottom because it would start moving. I enjoyed the artwork and I thank you for such a nice website.

C


Name:
karrie
Email:
racinfun@msn.com
Date:
12/17/2002

Comments

this is a wonderful web site is a wonderful place i thank you from the bottom of my heart


Name:
James
Email:
 
Date:
12/17/2002

Comments

You have one of the coolest web sites I have ever bin to and you must have put a lot of work into the web site and just wanted to tell you how nice it is.

 


Name:
Suzanne Best
Email:
dakotee@charter.net
Date:
12/14/2002

Comments

Hello. My sister just got an Arctic Wolf puppy and was wanting to give it an Indian name (Native American, of course). I searched "google" but couldn't find anything so I was wondering if you could help. Do you have a list of names she could name her dog or know of a website I can visit? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I don't know how to say Happy Holidays in Indian but I hope you have the greatest! Thank you in advance for any help you can offer. Respectfully, Suzanne Best AKA: Dakotee


Name:
sam holden
Email:
iisdaverybest200@yahoo.com
Date:
12/13/2002

Comments

plz send me some resipes for american sweets and muffins thanks


Name:
Geraldine Cordell
Email:
tiggergc83@yahoo.com
Date:
12/10/2002

Comments

This website has very beautiful art work. Very interesting. Like all the different designs.


Name:
katie cumm-hall
Email:
pi_chap_kei@go.com
Date:
12/05/2002

Comments

I found out only a short time ago that my grandmother was full blooded native american (choctaw or cherokee). Some family members have done a great job of finding information but are at a stand still. It seems an elder, a female, in the family forbide my grandmother and anyone else in the family from acknowledging our native genes. Someone even suggested that a male relation was Blackfoot Sioux. I can't explain how this knowledge has explained so many long unanswered questions and feelings i've had since I was a child. I am a medically retired police officer, now a police chaplain (counselor) , a Victims Advocate, a critical incident counselor and a eucharistic minister in my parish. For all of this I still feel that I am suppose to be doing something, for my people. I talk to the wind, I cry to mother earth for help and guidence but there is still an empty place in my heart. I am not a "wanna be" because although I have blue eyes, my heart is Native American. I don't know where to look. I have a few copies of my grand mothers personnel papers and enough information documenting statistical data. Can you please guide me or point me in the right direction. Thank You Katie Cumm-Hall


Name:
Nicole Walker
Email:
nicnwade@oberon.ark.com
Date:
12/04/2002

Comments

I love your web site. I have been looking for Native war horse pictures.... Of all the sites I have been in yours is one of the best sites that I have ever been on. Nice special effects...


Name:
gillian lambie
Email:
 
Date:
12/04/2002

Comments

I think this site is brilliant it tells you everything you want to know i'm on here every night its really excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name:
speakeversosoftly
Email:
 
Date:
11/30/2002

Comments

Enjoyed this website...very interesting and informative.


Name:
Bob Cornish
Email:
rcornish1@nyc.rr.com
Date:
11/29/2002

Comments

I have been relearning about my lost Tslagi heritage and I found your website to be a inspiring and a blessing. The truth is the truth, even if it falls on deaf ears. You have spoken the truth! Wa Do - Thank you.

It is a shame, the truth is, that so much of our land and our Blood had to be sacrificed before we are able to live in our own time and way.

my the Red road before you be covered by a rainbow!


Name:
prisyates
Email:
prisyates @aol.com
Date:
11/28/2002

Comments

greetings snoww long time has past since i have sat by the warmth of your fire the sight looks great maybe i will hear from you later on the mountian prissy


Name:
monique Frigon
Email:
mere_louve@hotmail.com
Date:
11/28/2002

Comments

Merci beaucoup j'ai beaucoup aime votre site.Tres interessant. Thank you I really love your site very interresting.I sure will be back .Tao


Name:
caroline
Email:
c_dreamfly@yahoo.com
Date:
11/27/2002

Comments

I am only 11 years old..but i have been looking for a map for my indian project for so long and when i finally found this site i thought i was dreaming. It has everything i need. Thanxs alot for the help!!


Name:
Melissa Blewitt
Email:
 
Date:
11/27/2002

Comments

I am 11 years old and I am working on a school project. Your site is great thanks!

From, M.E.Blewitt

 


Name:
Ms. Sukari S. Smith
Email:
SukSmith@FDIC.gov
Date:
11/27/2002

Comments

While researhg another subject I delightfully discovered your pages. As an African "Amiracle" I found your web site NECESSARY for your people, all people, especially the young. Thank you for the many hours of hard work you put into this effort. If we did not have people like you and others available to provide truth, history and trends we would surely perish; if not actually, surely spiritually we would die. I know of no other peoples on earth, the Indian and Africans EVERYWHERE that have so much in common. According to European literature we are counted "noble ...", but someone else is clearly the "savage." Please keep up your good work...You are NECESSARY!


Name:
cathy
Email:
catkut@aol.com
Date:
11/26/2002

Comments

i really enjoy your website.

i have a 3" pewter hummingbird kachina in a case... it has no manufacturer...

i believe it may have some from an american reservation... do you have anything similar... or know the maker?


Name:
Cheryl Tremblay
Email:
clareview@hotmail.com
Date:
11/26/2002

Comments

Very nice web site , i enjoyed browsing. I was interested in the site , i have learned alot of our native culture.


Name:
Jessica
Email:
 
Date:
11/25/2002

Comments

I think that you have a great site! I am doing a report for school and it's really helpful! Keep up the good work!


Name:
Janna Gray
Email:
psufan@pennswoods.net
Date:
11/21/2002

Comments

I just wanted to say that your site has been very helpful during my search. I have not found everything I had hoped but I am still looking and have gone to a professional geneologist for assistance. I am sure that whatever I discover will be beneficial to me and my family no matter the outcome.


Name:
Szquatehsey/Turtle
Email:
bbturtle@shaw.ca
Date:
11/19/2002

Comments

chi-meegwetch! about time we took off those $$ based mouth gags. oh, please keep up your site! my heart & mind to yours.


Name:
Christy Totton
Email:
ctraven11@aol.com
Date:
11/19/2002

Comments

I think this web site was very helpful. See my 9 years old son is some Native American decending back from his great grandmother but we never knew much about them. His school teacher made the class write a report on Native Americans and i used this web site and a study guide so Thank You very much. I loved reading and looking at all the wonderful stuff


Name:
dashay
Email:
Nikishaleak@richmond.k12.nc.us
Date:
11/19/2002

Comments

My teacher let me use her school web address. i love your site about the meaning of Native American Tribal names. I am in 5th grade


Name:
Apalachee Skyhawk
Email:
lakotastar@iprimus.com.au
Date:
11/19/2002

Comments

you have a lovely site.... very informative and well layed out.. been a real joy visiting your pages.. i am trying to find a few native names (lakota) for a child that is about to be born .. do you know any sites that can give me a list of names at all ??? if you do please send me any information.. thank you ... sky


Name:
Jeanne
Email:
jeanne53507@yahoo.com
Date:
11/17/2002

Comments

Hey, glad I found your site. I have been told ever since I was a little girl that I was part Native American, I have always felt like there is a part of me missing that I know must be related to the Native Americans. I am now 50 years old, I have 3 teenage daughters and my Parents are in their 80's. My Mom went into the hospital a couple of weeks ago for major surgery and I decided it was time to find this out so I could share it with My Mom and My Daughters while we are all here to enjoy it. So I am HAPPY HUNTING!!!!! Thanks for all the links. Jeanne


Name:
Morningstar
Email:
kj1278@aol.com
Date:
11/17/2002

Comments

Great web site ! first time checking out the site those pics are stunning keep it up !


Name:
Brian Williams
Email:
tuscarora13@msn.com
Date:
11/14/2002

Comments

This is my first time visiting the site. Looks real good, can't wait til you get pictures.


Name:
Opalmoon
Email:
Olpalmoon@aol.com
Date:
11/12/2002

Comments

My Dear Sweet Brother: Your site is a wonderful gift. As you are to me...You have shared your heart as it shows in your writtings and I know the best has not come yet..=} Wadv Brother for the gifts you give I know it is not easy for you being that you only have one eye to see with and it is weak...I know spirit is in those fingers guideing as you type from your heart. Great Spirit Bless You......Love OM


Name:
Falcon
Email:
WaLkingFalconn
Date:
11/12/2002

Comments

I would like to place a suggestion in response to Brother Jeff's comment. Jeff, the reason why pictures cannot be copied and pasted is because they are copyrighted. In other words, protected under certain laws , so that they cannot be copied or reproduced. If you look under certain pictures, you will see the site for such, and can contact the author regarding how to obtain the picture.

I hope this has helped, certaintly this is a great site, which one can learn much from.

Blessings and love, Falcon


Name:
EasthernBird
Email:
aol.com
Date:
11/12/2002

Comments

This is one of the best site i have found on line very well put together very deep insight beautiful pictures and music a place to learn. Sorry my brother Jeff i cannot agree with you and your statement about this site being bad. But if you like i would be more than happy to help you start your own site where you can copy and paste pictures. So please SnowwOwl keep the good work going we need " Great Site" like this thank you. EasthernBird


Name:
Carey
Email:
slowpoke@triad.rr.com
Date:
11/10/2002

Comments

I have a question that you or maybe some of your viewers can help me with. I am trying to find out if the following Apache names have english equivilents: Nadeyole and Niyokahe I hope to use the two names in a story and wish to be as authenic as possible. I love this website and wish that many more were this complete and organized. Thank you.


Name:
classic one
Email:
dorisanne25@hotmail.com
Date:
11/10/2002

Comments

Your site is incredibly beautiful. I thoroughly enjoyed your pages, so very insightful, inspirational and beautiful.

I was especially interested in your page on "Little Fawn" as it has special meaning to me, through a Spirit Guide called "Little Tree" I was given a message that she calls me "Little Fawn" and has been with me for a very long time. :)

Thank you for sharing your awesome talents!

peace...love...light....classic one


Name:
Jeff
Email:
msn@epals.com
Date:
11/10/2002

Comments

Very bad site. You can't copy and paste the picture. It's a good picture but you can't copy it.


Name:
CHEROKEEGRANDMA
Email:
cherokeegrandma@aol.com
Date:
11/07/2002

Comments

OSIYO BROTHER

WELL I FINALLY MADE IT TO YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME. I'VE ONLY TOUCHED FIRST BASE HERE, WILL TAKE A LONNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGG TIME TO SEE EVERYTHING. VERY IMPRESSIVE, YOU'VE PUT ALOT OF TIME & WORK IN THIS. AHO I'VE READ YOUR GUEST LOG, . YOU BUILT IT, THEY WILL COME, & KEEP COMING. THANKS FOR SHARING BROTHER.


Name:
Angela Berry
Email:
kitty65057@hotmail.com
Date:
11/07/2002

Comments

I,m trying to find out about my ancesters, Since I've begun the research I've run into some problems ,but I will not stop until I find out. Your site has helped.


Name:
LAGOS
Email:
LAGOS@MUGU.GUY
Date:
11/07/2002

Comments

SEPU AKA GI EBEA BIKO NWANNEM.


Name:
Mona (Runing Horse) Spaulding
Email:
Spaulding75@aol.com
Date:
11/06/2002

Comments

I love everything on your website!!


Name:
Snow Owl
Email:
 
Date:
11/04/2002

Comments

To All The Site's Visitors:

Well, here it is - the very first birthday of the site!

I find it hard to believe, What is even harder for me to believe is that all you great hearts and gentle spirits have managed to enable the site to pass the 6,000 Visitor Mark within a year. I would say that is quite remarkable for a non-advertising and non-profit site created and maintained by 3 Senior Citizens! But regardless, it could not have been done without someone coming to share what was offered: you! Thank you all - ever so much.

We, of the Nest, wish to let you know that is only your visiting and your wonderful Comments that continues to give us the strength to remain steadfast in our mutual pledge to do what little we can to share the Honor, Respect, Love and Wisdom as well as the Beauty found within the Heart Halls of various Peoples called Native Americans by some, Indians by others.

With your continued support, and Great Spirit willing - we shall continue to do so through this upcoming 2nd year. Thank you again.

This is a great place as well, for me personally, to thank with great humbleness, the other two of the 3 that make this site possible for their endurance, and steadfastness in keeping our Labor of Love alive and well. As far as I am concerned, most anyone can collect information and write...but it takes artists to maintain a site...and this you two surely are! I love you both, and I thank you.

Snow


Name:
margie
Email:
 
Date:
10/31/2002

Comments

i really like this website it is very interesting to me .i like the writings,and all of the literature that is here you can not possibly see it all at one time it over whelms you .I love it thank-you Margie


Name:
Rose Cloud
Email:
meghanrose67@hotmail.com
Date:
10/25/2002

Comments

Sorry about the no comment on ur site .. You have beautiful work... Your blessed :)

 


Name:
Rose Cloud
Email:
meghanrose67@hotmail.com
Date:
10/25/2002

Comments

I don't have a comment , But request for one of ur Pictues to go on a site that i want to build for my brother Frank , Frank completed suicide& I was looking for pic of a eagle feather .. MY brother was 26 when he hung himself .. & My 13 yr old son Brandon & Claton my 14 yr old nephew found him @ his home ... i was the 3rd person to see him . But was the 1st to get into his house .... So i was just wondering if i can use 1 of ur pics .....

Thank You, Rose Red Bank, First Nation.


Name:
d underwood
Email:
eno44@yahoo.com
Date:
10/25/2002

Comments

Dear SnowwOwl I enjoyed your site very much.Your writings have wisdom and humor. I would enjoy sitting with you by a fire and talk.My your lodge be warm.Love and peace. Later Hawk That Speaks.


Name:
Barbara Valenzuela
Email:
Barbdove93715@yahoo.com
Date:
10/24/2002

Comments

Thankyou for the information I needed to help me with my term paper. I accidently left my disk in another lab last week and it was not returned. I am trying to write a paper in comparism with native american signing and ASL. This morning I woke up with the idea of sponsering a child, I am on a fixed income so $5.00 or 10 a month is all that I can do. I have heard of agencies putting moneys into their pockets instead of directing it where it belongs, that was one of the reasons I had postponed this decision. I would prefer your response by letter: Po Box 1144 Fresno Ca. 93715

Thankyou again Barbara

PS. An indian here at Roading park gave me that name because of something I had shared with him.


Name:
Marie
Email:
organize4u@prodigy.net
Date:
10/24/2002

Comments

Can you tell me if you have ever heard of an artist called Anita Tafoya. I have a piece of pottery signed by her and was wondering about it's value. It also says Jemez

Thanks


Name:
lynz
Email:
lynz_gurl_69@hotmail.com
Date:
10/24/2002

Comments

this is a cool website, keep it coming!!!!!


Name:
pekpek
Email:
a_z_n_b_o_y_z@hotmail.com
Date:
10/22/2002

Comments

whoooo


Name:
LadiWthSpiritt
Email:
LadiWthSpiritt@aol.com
Date:
10/21/2002

Comments

the pictures...and different catergories of things to go into in this web site is dynamitely put together...i commend thee on a job well done..and for many more things i know you will eventually add to this wonderfully made website.thank you for all of your insight and words...till the next we meet be with Peace and Many Smiles:)


Name:
brandi {from b,c,}
Email:
cactii@telus.net
Date:
10/21/2002

Comments

truly a site one can become lost in for hours thank you...


Name:
Charlene Keys
Email:
charlene.keys@att.net
Date:
10/16/2002

Comments

I found your site by accident. What a pleasant surprise! I feel totally connected to all you have to offer. I'm visiting now for the second time and am impressed by the featured new Native music station. I find that your choice of color scheme is very eye appealing and relaxing. I have taken your idea of the slide out menu for use on my site. www.tbhorses4sale.com

You should think about entering your site to be judged for a web design award. (perhaps you already have?) You've put such care and thought into the design and maintenance.

I shall return again and again.

Shared Tomorrows , CJK


Name:
Debbie Kessler
Email:
sfkess5@cs.com
Date:
10/15/2002

Comments

What a wonderful website....it's about time!


Name:
jessica
Email:
wilke@swcp.net
Date:
10/14/2002

Comments

your site is so cool bye!


Name:
Debbie Meadus
Email:
debseeg2002@hotmail.com
Date:
10/11/2002

Comments

Great web site, very enjoyable!


Name:
jake
Email:
jake_macduff@hotmail.com
Date:
10/11/2002

Comments

this site rocks i love the music who ever made this site is da bomb.


Name:
KimmyKim
Email:
kimmykim@hotmail.com
Date:
10/10/2002

Comments

This site is wonderful. I was assigned a school project about Native American people. I am very glad that this assignment was given to me.i am truly interested in Natie American Art and glad to have the opportunity to learn about it.


Name:
Vincent Sampare
Email:
vsampare@hotmail.com
Date:
10/10/2002

Comments

I love this site and I like that there more First Nation Content on the www If this is the only way that we can get to some youth and tell them their culture all the more power to it.


Name:
LAGOS
Email:
LAGOS@MUGU.GUY
Date:
10/09/2002

Comments

keep it up;sepu aka;


Name:
Easthern Bird
Email:
EasthernBird@a0l.com
Date:
10/03/2002

Comments

Halito! Chi chukma? Hello! How are you ? This really is a wonderfully site. A place where one can be in touch with the history of the native american people, a place to connect with the spirit of the people. this site is truly a place to join the path to the sacred circle. Thank you SnowwOwl may the "GREAT SPIRIT" alway be with you. EasthernBird


Name:
MUGU JOE,LAGOS,NAIJA
Email:
MUGUJOE@GUY.COM
Date:
10/02/2002

Comments

I LOVE THIS SITE.G MEN MAKE UNA COMMOT OOO!!!!


Name:
Joey
Email:
Joey_taylor355@yahoo.com
Date:
10/01/2002

Comments

I teach in Church Point, La some of my students need pictures of the Indians in our State. If you could help my students with this we would appreciate it. Thanks


Name:
april wilson
Email:
wwarrior29@aol.com
Date:
10/01/2002

Comments

I have been trying to search and find proof of my native american heritage. I have found this site and hope it will be of some help to me in my quest. Thanks April


Name:
Elysia Clark
Email:
iggi_53@hotmail.com
Date:
09/29/2002

Comments

I love this. I have a home work assighment for the Kachinas & I looked here & it helped alot.

 


Name:
marcia
Email:
fmoutka@wyoming.com
Date:
09/24/2002

Comments

I am enjoying the site. It is one I will visit many times... Thanks for producing it..


Name:
Jodie
Email:
herbalessence74@yahoo.com
Date:
09/23/2002

Comments

I went throught the website and found alot of interesting material. I am a "lost" Native American. I have been told stories while growing up of a grandmother who was an Iroquois Indian. I am desperately seeking any information about how to go about tracing my ancestry. I have limited information to work with. Please guide me in the right direction!!!! Sincerely,

 


Name:
KATHLEEN BRADLEY
Email:
ojibway_kiowa@yahoo.com
Date:
09/23/2002

Comments

i have browsed for hours in this site. it is wonderful. i am not related to indians, but the love i hold in my heart for these people of the past and present, is immense. my grateful thanks for a wonderful site where i can look and learn. may the spirit walk in your footsteps always.. kath


Name:
Karen  Dunning
Email:
rd45acp@airmail.net
Date:
09/12/2002

Comments

I think the expression "the place where the gods come and go" is related to the ancient Hebrew concept of "tabernacle" or Immanuel - God with us. It shows a sense of something or someone holy, beyond the mere human, a deep sense shared in common by most cultures because it is true. We all have a sense of heaven in our heart. By refering to a plurality of Gods and by embracing a concept that God comes and goes is a finite and limited dimensional understanding of a God that is finite in time and space. God, who is both near and far, sees the beginning and the end, and isthe source of all life, and all order is yet willing to tabernacle among us. The indian sat down to meet with God. Some realized that the gods were just personifications of the attributes of the one true God. This was ususally information reserved for only the most spiritual. It was considered (in most cultures) too abstract for the vast community of people to comprehend.

Multitudes still sit down to meet with God. We don't circumscribe our "tabernacle" with sand. Rather we yield our own bodies and come "just as I am", without one plea of any righteousnes of our own to be a shofar of God. Bone of bone and flesh of flesh we are silent and of no value until God breathes his life in us and His Word through us. The dead have been raised, the sick have been healed and those who have been captive to sin and death are free.

By the way, I have two sandpaintings by Navajo artist Ole Ja. The are unframed, but appear to be of very good quality. The sand is double thick and except for the black india ink, all the sand colors are natural and not dyed. I am interested in selling them. I paid about $200 for them about twenty years ago. One is Father Sky and Mother Earth and the other is the Sun's Eagle. Their dimensions are in the two to three feet range. If anyone knows a good way for me to get these in the hands of someone who will value them, please let me know. rd45acp@airmail.net

Grace and Peace, Karen Dunning


Name:
Shoni Glasscock
Email:
dolphin1133@hotmail.com
Date:
09/11/2002

Comments

I found your website to be highly informative however it was missing the one thing I have been searching for. My given name is Shoshoni and I am trying to find out what the meaning of that tribal name is. Any help you could provide would be highly appreciated.

Thank you, Shoni


Name:
M. A. Crank
Email:
mac@provalue.net
Date:
09/08/2002

Comments

What a wonderful site!


Name:
Melinda J. Leonard
Email:
Prowlersmom@directvinternet.com
Date:
09/07/2002

Comments

Impressive in presentation,good range and selection my interest in and collection of these religious figures goes back to several from my grandfather he received in the early 30/s


Name:
Stacy Dunaway
Email:
catspaw@io.com
Date:
09/05/2002

Comments

Hi, I was wondering how much it would cost for a walking stick with ravens & celtic knotwork on it. Thank You


Name:
Snow Owl
Email:
 
Date:
08/30/2002

Comments

Lee:

Tis observations of the heart, that you made in your short comment, that allow me to know that what I have been striving for - is at least, beginning to emerge. Thank you. Many folks have spoken on these pages, and for sure my heart swells with them, and my battery recharges with them....but you, have hit upon my ultimate goal. Thank you. - Snow


Name:
lee shadowcatcher'' reaves
Email:
rlreaves@se-tel.com
Date:
08/30/2002

Comments

thank you so much for bringing the native american to the forefront, in art and history, you mean a lot to the native people, lee s, reaves


Name:
Melody Sheline
Email:
little_wolf_melody@yahoo.com
Date:
08/28/2002

Comments

Hi, I was wondering if you know of someone that I could hire to search my heritage? I am told I am blackfeet and creek. My mother looks it and so do I but I feel the need to find my place in the circle. My family didn't talk much about it and claimed to be black irish which I found out is a myth. My grandfather was very dark. I have always been involved with my heritage and just want documentation not for myself so much but for proof to other ignorant people and for medical reasons too. Can you help? Thanks, Little Wolf (Melody)...


Name:
Snow Owl
Email:
 
Date:
08/28/2002

Comments

This is to Christine, and others who wish the information to share...(s):

Thanks, Christine, for stopping and sharing the site with us. If you will read what I put forth to Will, some of it will apply here as well. However, I do see your point and the need for what you request. I will say that I do have some Pow Wow information in the works, but due to what I have already written to Big Will, and the fact that my web mistress is just returning from a serious illness, our web article installations are far behind. I will look more diligently into the possiblity of being able to rank Pow Wows on this site. One thing, I might suggest...that visitors such as yourself, who experienced such as you described could, in fact: Put all the valid information of the "event" here, as a warning to at least the readers/visitors that do read the Guest Logs? As well, if one were to send such information to Nightteagle (which is me, my web working SN...smile), then I could arrange to have it put upon the site in a section called say: Pow Wow Veteran's Speak Out....what do you think? Again, I thank you for your comments and for taking the time to share the site with us. - Snow Owl


Name:
Snow Owl
Email:
 
Date:
08/28/2002

Comments

This is in reply to Big Will, but for the information of all. (s)

Thanks for stopping by the site, hope you will return. As one can see, by the information in the Section called A Few SnowwOwl Feathers, I am near 60 and am legally blind; I am also the sole writer and gather of information, pics...etc., except of course for the Contributor Section. Thus, the real reason behind we not having the information of The People that you mentioned in your kind Guest Log entry, is I simply have not yet gotten to it...(s). My partners of love in the web adventure are as advanced in age as I, and they do the installing and web maintenance and thus have no time for the collecting and creating of material. As well, they have their own business of Web Design to attend to. I will make notes on the information you want, and try to do something about it...but I make no promises at this time...I am so far behind in ongoing articles and such. Thanks again, for visiting! - Snow


Name:
big will
Email:
kinglouisiana@yahoo.com
Date:
08/27/2002

Comments

thanks for helping me with some indian tribe meanings but why don't you have the Inuit, Dogrib,Creed tribe meanings. Thanks anyway.


Name:
christine blair
Email:
windspirit48@msn.com
Date:
08/27/2002

Comments

I really enjoyed this site and all the information our people can log on to. I would like to see a section on upcoming events and powwows, since this also is essential in keeping in touch with our cultures, and traditions. In this particular site, I would also like to see a section where these powwows can be rated by those who visit them, and the visitors comments on these events can be read. There are many of these events out there that are run by people who do so under the name of our good nations. I recently attended one the middle week of August in Pennsylvania. This particular event not only disrespected & dishonored me and my nation (as I was their Head Lady Dancer), but the Lenape nation , under whose name they used to put on this menagerie. It is bad enough we receive criticism, disrespect, & predjudism from the government and outsiders, but I have a real problem with those who use our peoples good names and nations to justify their means. Thank You for your information & site-it was great. Wado- Agaliha Nokwsi


Name:
kerri
Email:
kerriwales@aol.com
Date:
08/23/2002

Comments

I looked through your site with interest and found it very informative and really enjoyed it I will look for the book native american testimony to read. I am also really interested to find out who my indian spirit guide is and will keep trying until i find out who it is .thank you for a great site i will be back


Name:
Deanna White
Email:
Dblockhead5@aol.com
Date:
08/22/2002

Comments

love your site,just love it


Name:
Louis Eagle Warrior
Email:
eaglewarrior@comcast.net
Date:
08/14/2002

Comments

This is a beautiful, provocative and thoughtful site. And a site that is well needed. Congratulations! Love and harmony, Eagle Warrior


Name:
Silver
Email:
WavingSilverGras
Date:
08/10/2002

Comments

Brother Snow~

As you can see I was finally able to enter the site, and leave a few words here. I must say, it is wonderful and informative. Your poem, "Don't Pass Me By", is one that definately cannot be forgotten, for it brings into consciousness many thoughts and emotions. By the way, that owl surely moves to the beat of the music. Blessings and Peace upon you.


Name:
IGNACIO VERDE
Email:
BUCLES2000@LATINMAIL.COM
Date:
08/08/2002

Comments

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Name:
SnowwOwl
Email:
This is to Paul
Date:
08/04/2002

Comments

Paul (and others...smile):

Thank you, for visiting the site! With regard to estimations and/or further information on various sections of the site - in this case, the White Buffalo Kachina - one would be far better off trying one or more of the links provided that gives credit to the examples shown, for information dealing with prices, estimations, etc. Good Hunting! (s) - Snow


Name:
Paul Karboski
Email:
raphpaul@tampabay.rr.com
Date:
08/04/2002

Comments

I have a White Buffalo Kachina Doll that won first prize in California in 1975 and was purchased back then by my father. Can you tell me what it is worth now. If need be I can send you a picture. Would appreciate your help.

Thank You.

Paul Karboski


Name:
Deborah
Email:
whisperwillowonejunk@aol.com
Date:
08/02/2002

Comments

I am truly intrigued of the sights, sounds, and informative collective information that has studiously been compiled and thought through on this web site. It not only attempts to put one in the mood but one can't help to be part of the True essence and value this site bestows one entering in, all are welcome.


Name:
john Roman
Email:
Barnhome@aol.com
Date:
08/01/2002

Comments

Blessed Be the Natives, for they hold the Roots to the Tree of Life, and Dance our Trails upon the Earth.

Blessed Be the Speakers, for they hold the Truth for Us All, and Sing our Songs to the Sky.

Blessed Be the Old Ones, for they hold the Visions of Wholeness, and Embrace Us until we Awaken.

~ O'siyo ~

(a most beautiful and enlightening Site, Dear Ones, Bless You.)


Name:
Jessica
Email:
muffika@aol.com
Date:
07/31/2002

Comments

I really enjoy this site , i will come back and read more . i love the pictures . blessing


Name:
Debbie Hunter
Email:
Thehillbillygal @yahoo.com
Date:
07/31/2002

Comments

I want to thank you for your web sight. I very much enjoyed it. Please keep up the good work . I am a collector of all native amercian product. I have a lot of differnt things. This web sight is very helpful to my collections. Thank you agian.


Name:
Patricia Reeves
Email:
PHBReeves@aol.com
Date:
07/28/2002

Comments

I found a unique piece of pottery at a roadside stand in the Navaho Reservation. They called it a "steps of a wedding vase." Does anyone know what the steps represent? All I learned about a wedding vase is that each person drinks from either side of it at the wedding to symbolize unity. Can anyone tell me more? I purchased the vase thinking it would be a beautiful and unique gift for my daughter and her fiance. I could hit myself for not staying and talking more to the man at the stand. My husband was patiently waiting for me but I was keenly aware that he was tired and still had a long way to drive and really wanted to get on with our trip! I would appreciate any information that anyone can share with me!


Name:
gilda
Email:
willowsbreath@aol.com
Date:
07/26/2002

Comments

luvs ya brother snow keep up the good work


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