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Name:
Philip Memberto
Email:
cpc@lrboi.com
Date:
06/26/2003

Comments

Aanii, I think this is a very good informational website and needed. This is a better way for our Nations to continue and communicate. Miigwetch for your sharing and vision Bezhik Nimkee(Philip)


Name:
richard
Email:
mountaineernurse@aol.com
Date:
06/24/2003

Comments

I really like the jade pendant and was wondering how much it was.


Name:
Bob Holman
Email:
jrhim@flash.net
Date:
06/21/2003

Comments

It is a great site. I just bought property in Ark. It is covered with arrow heads. It got me back to a hobby from over 20 years ago. Thanks for the help


Name:
jennifer
Email:
jennlovespurple@aol.com
Date:
06/21/2003

Comments

i would like to say that the website is certainly intriquing .........there is alot to explore. The art work is beautiful and I look forward to reading more ...... Some of the comments were abit hard for me to understand as I'm from a different part in the world .....and I think my limited experiences with our indigenous people made me see some parallels in their plight and that of the indian nations.......that doesn't mean I agree on everything that is said as I need to become more educated and learn more to comment......


Name:
Jaye Lynne Krupczak
Email:
jkrupczak@cfl.rr.com
Date:
06/20/2003

Comments

I wish to tell you how much I appreciate this site. The music is relaxing and the imformation is insightful. Thank you very much.


Name:
lila
Email:
robin@vianet.on.ca
Date:
06/19/2003

Comments

Looking for the meaning of the song that has become know as the AIM song. Can any body help me? Lila Beaver Clan Ontario, Canada


Name:
Robert McNerling
Email:
markamburgey@aol
Date:
06/18/2003

Comments

Thank you. I feel it is important for people of Native American decent to have available as many sites as possible. We still have much to teach and share.


Name:
up yours
Email:
Date:
06/18/2003

Comments

this website doesn't let you copy pictures,crap


Name:
Hellebrand H.
Email:
Hubi41151@aol.com
Date:
06/16/2003

Comments

I think it's very nice and interesting!!!!!!!! Greetings FROM GERMANY


Name:
Sharon Satterfield
Email:
satte@tds.net
Date:
06/16/2003

Comments

Lovely page- would like infor on the artists


Name:
Tim Hunter
Email:
bird_rx@hotmail.com
Date:
06/15/2003

Comments

I had hoped to find information or contacts to find out about the Cheowa people. I'm not sure how it should be spelled in English, but the name sounds like: CHEE-o-wa. I have been looking for them for several years and have very little progress so far. Any help you could offer would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!


Name:
Danielle
Email:
texgal711@yahoo.com
Date:
06/15/2003

Comments

Hello thank you for your website. I do need to ask for something i have 2 arrow heads from Western NY and I need to find prices on them. If you could point me to that way I would be greatful. Thank you and God bless. Danielle


Name:
          Greg Fitzpatrick

Email:
g.fitzpatrick4@verizon.net
Date:
06/13/2003

Comments

Hello, I am looking for factual information on the internet about the origins of the Native American Indian "dream catcher". Do you have any information or know what direction to point me in? Thanks for your help. Regards, Greg Fitzpatrick Lancaster, PA


Name:
          Linda Pells

Email:
mahnoomin@new.rr.com
Date:
06/11/2003

Comments

Thank you for sharing your web site with the world through the internet. I found many teachings in your words. This web site is the most profound truthful, inspiring I have found yet on the web. Your spirit is strong and good and you walk the road in a beautiful way. May the Creator bless you with many more years of speaking your truth. Sincerely, Mahnoomin Quae


Name:
sheila brown
Email:
seattle802@aol.com
Date:
06/10/2003

Comments

first of all I am a black woman living in america and I have always admired people of color other than my own race. I believe native americans living across the United States and in Canada, are some of the most beautiful people on this planet. The entire culture should be more present, meaning by me living in Chcago, I did not see my first true native American until I visited Wisconsin about nine years ago, and his features were breath taking. In this man I saw all that use to be. In this man I saw what should have been, and in this man, I saw the dignity, pride and the spirit that was stolen so long ago. I read all the books I can find on the culture, but I always look for more. I love the dresses and the stories, and I would love to see more people of color in the public eye, not just black people, but people who deserve to be there....native Americans...


Name: 
        ann j quinn

Email:
mystical23@freeserve.co.uk
Date:
06/10/2003

Comments

Many thank for sharing your lives with me. I am from north wales, GB. and have, in my own small way, been trying to learn somthing of your very beautiful beadwork. After learning how to make some very basic beaded amulet purses, I am aware that the stitches I use must have a tribal history. I would guess that specific tribal groups had their own distinct stitching and would dearly love to be able to attribute my work to it's rightful owners. Have you any suggestions as to where I might find the information that I need. I thank you for taking the time to read this email and eagerly await the possibility of your reply. Respectfuly yours Ann


Name:
John C. Barton
Email:
bentarrow@sierratel .com
Date:
06/09/2003

Comments

I am glad that I surfed onto your website, I only spent a few minutes here but will be back. put you on my favorites, will return later.


Name:
CYNDI
Email:
CRANKY0221@AOL.COM
Date:
06/09/2003

Comments

I JUST WANTED WHY THE WHITE MAN MAKE A FOOL OUT Y'ALL. AND TAKING THE LAND THAT WAS YA'LL IN THE FIRST PLACE AND DESTORY THE LAND THAT Y'ALL HAVE FALLING IN LOVE WITH. I AM 43 YEARS OF AGE AND WHITE AMERICA GIRL AND I HATE WHAT THE WHITE PEOPLE THEY DID TO YA'LL. I HAVE LOVE THE INDIANS PEOPLE AS LONG AS I REMEAMBER. AND I WILL NEVER FOR GIVE WHAT THE WHITE PEOPLE DID TO YA'LL. MY HOUSE IS DECORATE AMERICA INDIAN STYLE. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE THE INDIANS AND THEY WILL ALWAYS BE APART OF ME. AND I WILL NEVER "STOP!!!!" BEEN THEIR FREIND EITHER. I HOPE THAT SOME DAY BEFORE I DIE I CAN SEE A REAL CHEIF AND HUG HIM AND SAY YA'LL IS THE AMERICA NOT THE WHITE PEOPLE. WE HAVE STILL YA'LL LAND. NOT YA'LL YOURSELF. BECAUSE HOW CAN YA'LL STILL SOMETHING THAT BELONG TO YA'LL IN THE FIRST PLACE. MY GOD RICHLY BLESS YA'LL AND PUT HIS HAND ON YA'LL AND KEEP YA'LL STRONG.


Name:
Kay
Email:
WhiteSpiritWoman@aol.com
Date:
06/08/2003

Comments

I would love to know to whom I was talking to on 6/8/03. They made a compliment on my homepage and I would like to thank you for your kind words. I love your web site. It is not only pleasing to the eye but an uplift for my Cherokee Soul. Namaste


Name:
Fred Jones, Vice-Chairman of Taylor County Libertarian Party
Email:
fcjones007@yahoo.com
Date:
06/08/2003

Comments

Thank you for posting this great website. Thus far I seem to be in complete agreement with you.


Name:
Ron Woodward
Email:
ronniewood@aol.com
Date:
06/05/2003

Comments

very informative. much useful information.


Name:
Edward C. Perry Seeing Wolf
Email:
crazy2tbone2003@yahoo.com
Date:
06/02/2003

Comments

Thank-you for the beautiful website. I have been looking for a site like this for some time now. Many of the feelings expressed here are exactly how I have felt for years. Especially being of Native American ancestry and also a veteran of Eight years. May the Great Spirit continue to bless you.


Name:
John Martin
Email:
johnymt2001@yahoo.com
Date:
05/31/2003

Comments

Great Website- I liked the detail and the information is very welcomed, especially for non-NA like me. I was raised in Montana and have always had a fascination with Native American history and issues. I have read Catlin and L.V. McWhorter and a number of other historians and would appreciate any suggestions of other authors you think are relevent. Also, I am thinking of taking my girlfreind to a pow wow in Montana this summer to introduce her to NA culture (I've been to a couple) and would like to know if there are any Sioux powwows going on in July or August. Any info is greatly appreciated Thanks again


Name:
Elizabeth
Email:
lyzard_to_the_end@yahoo.com
Date:
05/30/2003

Comments

Hi my name is Elizabeth and I liked this site but i think that you should some more native leaders .Thanks.


Name:
aniko boros
Email:
aniko.boros@verizon.net
Date:
05/27/2003

Comments

Hi, I am studying to become a teacher. I am in a middle of designing a unit of lesson plans about Native Americans. I did find lots of useful information on your web site. It is a wonderfully designed website. Thank You, Aniko

 


Name:
kirsten walmsley
Email:
Date:
05/27/2003

Comments

i thought the sight was well done.but you need more imformation


Name:
Brittany
Email:
dixieangel63042003@yahoo.com
Date:
05/26/2003

Comments

i think your poems were great if only everyone could hear the words to them and know the meaning of what it really is on the inside not on the outside see now everyone thinks im just a fatty but really some people see my inside of goodness and thats where it all goes through to being me! but today i was sitting inside looking outside out of our glass door watching my brother and dad practice football and while i was looking a white dove just flew right at the door and started walking on the porch looking at me and i picked it up and it just looked at me with peacfulness and didnt care what i done to it and i just let it go and it flew peacfully through the sky like it was a gift sent from god!


Name:
star
Email:
Date:
05/26/2003

Comments

this is very good i am impressed snow owl


Name:
Christina
Email:
Date:
05/26/2003

Comments

I think that this website is a really cool website when i need to do a native progect i would come to this website i also really liked the slide out menu anyways thanks alot you really helped me you had all the information i needed. so once again thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name:
Becky Olvera Schultz
Email:
buz@sasquatch.com
Date:
05/24/2003

Comments

Wow! Complex, informative, resourceful, eclectic. Very well done. So much here to see and read. Very impressive. Great job! Good to see a site so positive and meaningful. Keep up the good work!


Name:
Wayne
Email:
poppaegg@hotmail.com
Date:
05/24/2003

Comments

wonderful,wonderful,wonderful. Please keep this web site going.


Name:
ifeanyi mugu
Email:
mugu@mugu.com
Date:
05/23/2003

Comments

keep off you guy man ooooooo


Name:
Jess Lujan
Email:
ApacheArts@msn.com
Date:
05/23/2003

Comments

Very nice....and I'll be back soon.............


Name:
Cindy
Email:
cjump@optonline.net
Date:
05/22/2003

Comments

I've viewed your website and have bookemarked it in my favorites so that I can visit often. It is a wonderful website full with a wealth of knowledge. I truly appreciate what you have done here. Great work!


Name:
Tonya Glennester
Email:
n1ght_angel20@hotmail.com
Date:
05/21/2003

Comments

I have been told that my mothers family originated from a native american tribe. my mother believed that this name was gornese. But after i could not find any information under this name i presumed that the spelling must be wrong. After looking at the alternative tribal names on your site i found a tribe called 'Ganawese' and wondered that perhaps this may be the right spelling! do you have any more information about this particular tribe? if so please could you email me at - n1ght_angel20@hotmail.com or write to me at 21 Durham Close, Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire, England, LN4 2TN I would be very greatful as to any help you could give me to help me find the roots of my ancestry as it is important for me to know were i came from in order to know who i am, at this moment in time i feel like a lost soul trying to find its body and i feel that nowing were i came from will help me find myself. many thanks Tonya


Name:
Renee Lee
Email:
reneelee77@hotmail.com
Date:
05/20/2003

Comments

Very nice. The pics are so pretty, I just love them. Keep up the good work.


Name:
Wayne Childers
Email:
WayneMary1@aol.com
Date:
05/20/2003

Comments

I just recently found your website and I am in awh of the wonderful graphics and stories. Your pictures are a delight to view and I thank you for producing such a great website to both entertain and inform us about our Native Americans. I am especially interested in the music which plays with your website. I would like to know how I could go about acquiring a copy of this music? Is it available in stores? If so, please send to me the name of the artist and/or the company that produces the music. I would truly appreciate your response. Once again, I thank you for your wonderful website and information.


Name:
Marilyn Lytle
Email:
dmlytle@bresnan.com
Date:
05/20/2003

Comments

I am trying to find out information on a painting titled His Last chance number 823 by Rance Hood


Name:
Jodi Campbell
Email:
jodicampbell2003@yahoo.com
Date:
05/20/2003

Comments

I like this web site, it really gets your attention.


Name:
JOHN ROCKEFELLER
Email:
JSRCMH@AOL.COM
Date:
05/19/2003

Comments

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO GET A PRINT OF OUR "FALLEN BROTHER". I HAVE KNOWN JOYCE APODACA FOR 20 PLUS YEARS AND HAVE JUST DISCOVERED YOU WONDERFUL TRIBUTE. I WOULD LIKE ONE FOR MY HOME AND ONE WE CAN AUCTION OFF AT AN UPCOMING MOTORCYCLE BENEFIT RUN FOR POW MIA GROUPS AND OTHER VETERAN RELATED CHARITIES. THANKS "ROCK" 720-530-1297-CELL 800-877-8665-WORK 1740 FLORENCE ST AURORA, CO. 80010


Name:
susan walsh
Email:
Date:
05/19/2003

Comments

lovely I, irish and very touched by the effort you make to show us the world of the red indian, you are so dedicated.


Name:
karin visser
Email:
rr#1 burgessville ont. n0j 1c0
Date:
05/18/2003

Comments

i just needed a map for a project that i'm doing at school. i am also part native.


Name:
dennyy
Email:
dennnyy2k20@yahoo.com
Date:
05/17/2003

Comments

good site , maga on the line o @@@@@@@@@


Name:
Pat Pierson
Email:
patgeronimo@aol.com
Date:
05/16/2003

Comments

I come to your site from a nontraditional way. The name Geronimo was given to my first puppy which I love. He is quite an unusual dog that I love very much. He evidentally was well named since he has survived many mishaps the most notable being the time he jumped out of my moving car and was eventually rescued 24 hours later. We have come to love him and the name. Currently we are setting up a small business that will initially design web pages. I wanted to name it Geronimo xxx but after researching found the name well overused. Now I would like to use the real name (i.e. Goyathlay). However, I am not sure how to pronounce the name. Can you give my any direction. Thanks. Pat Pierson My puppy has a website. It is called www.geronimoman.com.


Name:
Margaret A. Herbert
Email:
dean@nsw.uca.org.au
Date:
05/14/2003

Comments

This is a very helpful website. The map makes it clear were groups live and the language listing is the most accurate. I was recently told by a suposed expert at a university her in Sydney Australia (where I now live - the rest of the family is in Western Maine) that Abnaki people did not speak Algonquian. I wonder if this work particularly the map is available for purchase in a printed form. It was only a few years ago that my siblings and I were told we had a connection with Abnaki people through my mother. She was dying and I was over 50 at the time. I am trying to work out what all this means for me. I suspect there are a lot of "searchers" like myself out there. Thank you for your work. Sincerely, Margaret Archer Herbert


Name:
Wunnesstou-makuyee
Email:
kadobi@erols.com
Date:
05/12/2003

Comments

I found your site by accident, I looked around, and found it to be a good thing,I read your feathers and found you to be good. I am honored to have this site too read! Aquene, Thank you.


Name:
3Sattva
Email:
bi_solar@hotmail.com
Date:
05/08/2003

Comments

I would like to know the native cultures that lived in Brooklyn and New York City. And I would also like to know what they ate, what they wore etc. I would also like to know their legends. . . thankyou, Michael


Name:
tyane webb
Email:
Booboo2009@hotmail.com
Date:
05/07/2003

Comments

i love your website, but i have a question. i have a name and i dont know what it means or what it is long for. my name is eyes like the sky. that is all i know. can you help me? if so email me.


Name:
Adam
Email:
utahutefan@hotmail.com
Date:
05/07/2003

Comments

I am looking for Native American Sand Paintings by a man that goes by Wareagle or War Eagle. Does anyone know of a place I may find his work?


Name:
WindRider
Email:
the1windrider@yahoo.com
Date:
05/07/2003

Comments

Heya, What an absolute gift to those who visit this wonderful home of yours on the web. My soul was touched by my visit here. The beauty here reaches the heart and the eyes. In today's reality of violence and negativity, this site is truly one of peace and beauty. Truly refreshing and an insight to get one to think about what our true values that should be universal. Thank you for making a difference on the web and in my life. Peace WindRider (Joanne) http://www.geocities.com/imridingwiththewind


Name:
kaz and tim and martin
Email:
timmycrooks@hotmail.com
Date:
05/07/2003

Comments

could do with some more updated pictures eg by david penfound everyone likes him!!!! other wise beautiful!!!!! luv kaz   hi! martin


Name:
william m. rucker
Email:
wr2960@bellsouth.net
Date:
05/07/2003

Comments

nice site. plan to join the tx. arch. soc.. thanks, bill i plan to buy so land in middle-east tx. to artifact hunt. i have a degree in arch,/anthro. and am greatly interested in all artifacts. i and my wife and kids are part cherokee and osage and my step-mother is creek. we believe everyone has the right to collect and enjoy all types of artifacts, regardless of what the "radical" indian groups (which only make up a small portion of all indian groups0 say or our "so called" govt. agencies say. anyone found on private land belongs to the land owner, according to our u.s. constitution!!!! keep up yhe great work. maybe someone with the soc. can "steer" me toward where the best places are to buy land in tx. to look for artifacts. i would like to try to stay from mid-tx. to east tx. line. can anyone help me out???? thanks again, bill


Name:
christina
Email:
Date:
05/06/2003

Comments

i think this website is really cool and well thank you!!!!!


Name:
Ladean Brave Heart Bennett
Email:
lakota812003@yahoo.com
Date:
05/06/2003

Comments

Thank you for being here. I'm so far from home that just seeing the pictures makes me feel better.


Name:
wanda black
Email:
babyjean242003
Date:
05/06/2003

Comments

I would like to know the prices of your dresses.


Name:
Playful Stag
Email:
stevewhlj@earthlink.net
Date:
05/06/2003

Comments

I recently participated in a "weekend adventure" where I was encouraged to find a spirit guide. The animal that appeared to me was a Stag. Does anyone out there know of any Native American stories surrounding this magnifcent animal? Thanks in advance.


Name:
Susanne
Email:
susanmtpk@yahoo.com
Date:
05/05/2003

Comments

Hello! This site is so unique, artistic, and creative - full of info and opportunities to express thoughts, art, history, and truly exalt the downcast of the indigenous peoples. Thank you for your time, effort, and talents being used in this manner. We must hold fast faith in our Lord God - creator of us - to sustain us during these times - and to utilize the energies from our shocked consciences as to the state of affairs of our people to enable each other to stand - by helping one another as we can - to stand in faith like our ancestors - until our spirit is released from this physical realm.


Name:
larry ledue
Email:
dorisledue@msn.com
Date:
05/04/2003

Comments

thank you for your choice of stone for my pipe .do you have a piece of sumac about 20" long that you could send me for the stem ? tks. larry


Name:
Jean Wallace
Email:
romeobjw@earthlink.net
Date:
05/03/2003

Comments

Hi, I am so excited about finding your website. I have only recently begun to exlore the Native American history and present. My partner, adopted at five, just found out 3 years ago that she is Apache/Cherokee. We hired a private investigator to find her birth family. She is an artist here in Gulfport, Florida. I recently built a website to display her artwork. She is very excited about finding her heritage. May I please put a link to your wonderful site on her site. It would be an honor to have a site that is so into the knowledge of being...who we are. Please visit our site and let me know if we may link to yours. www.lildeer.com Thank you, Jean Wallace


Name:
Barb
Email:
bcapadouca@hotmail.com
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

Thank you for putting together this website . Many good artists have really been given spiritual wisdom with expressing their inner vision in an external way in which appears to replicate their meanings and messages. I have cared for over 40 children over a 20 year span. Some childrens culture is that of the First Nations and I am curious if some of these artists are of First Nations heritage . If this is indicated on your site excuse my ignorance for not finding this information and if it is not on the site I would be curious to know which artist is Native American and /or First Nations . The reason I am curious the children have asked me this and I am inquiring for them and also for myself. Thankyou Sincerely Barb


Name:
Stefanie Walters
Email:
irishofireland@cox.net
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

I think this is a very BRILLIANT site keep up the good work the photographs thet are posted are so beautiful I'm glad I found this web site. Stefanie Walters


Name:
Ray DeVille
Email:
Tatankangi01@AOL.Com
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

As usual Brother your doing an Excelent job


Name:
TalkingHawwk
Email:
TalkingHawwk@aol.com
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

Brother Snow, you have a wonderful start to a wonderful way to get the knowledge out to others. May you be blessed with this site and the wonderful things that are presented. May Creator and all who enter feel the light from above.


Name:
Pahmela Hines
Email:
pommdenoir@yahoo.com
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

What a beautiful site! (Pun intended) Just a quick note--I haven't had time to check out everything, but what I've seen is great! This is informative and worthwhile and I'm looking forward to more. Thank you!


Name:
Kirra Sevil
Email:
skitzo_chick509@hotmail.com
Date:
05/01/2003

Comments

This site is very good.I am a student and i needed to get some mask for my art assignment but forgetting i was distracted my the music which i thoguth was very kool it realy mad me want to look for stuff and that and it is realy good that it is for educational use only I think it is great and u should keep this site ok thankyour so much bye bye from kirra Sevil


Name:
Josef Henthorn
Email:
shark_jo2002@yahoo.com
Date:
04/30/2003

Comments

i am very pleased with this site and i will come again i am looking for a lance and a hatchet if i can be helped than please contact me.


Name:
Josef Henthorn
Email:
Date:
04/30/2003

Comments

this site is very cool and i what to come again heya to all from aka Gray Wolf


Name:
Bud Banholzer
Email:
Bmanitou3@aol.com
Date:
04/28/2003

Comments

Nice site


Name:
Angel Keewatin
Email:
akeewatin@hotmail.com
Date:
04/28/2003

Comments

I love yout Kachina's. I admire them alot!! They are all beatiful.


Name:
Jay Chagnon
Email:
jpcbird@yahoo.com
Date:
04/28/2003

Comments

Your artwork "Wings of Freedom" is very likely that of Mario Fernandez. He has a website with much of his works. Mario is exeptionally gifted. Please contact him. Jay Chagnon.


Name:
neil greenfield
Email:
neilin@ntlworld.com
Date:
04/27/2003

Comments

Hi, Thanks for great website. Daughter Laura is doing Native American Art for final art exams.Trying to find more artwork that represents the natural elements Earth,Wind,Fire and Water. Can you help? Kind regards Neil Greenfield


Name:
Shari Westerline
Email:
willow45@adelphia.net
Date:
04/24/2003

Comments

Great web site!! Sorry I didn't discover it sooner


Name:
SilverFeather
Email:
gwetin@yahoo.ca
Date:
04/24/2003

Comments

Wow! I'm a college student enrolled in the Portage College. Was looking for maps for the western subarctic and stumbled on your site. This is great, will be helpful for this semester's Native Studies and Native History. Thanks


Name:
dawn
Email:
Date:
04/22/2003

Comments

interesting. easy to use. thanks.


Name:
martijn lokerse
Email:
kikkerbroek@hotmeil.com
Date:
04/22/2003

Comments

ben je nederlands stuur dan even een mailtje alvast bedankt


Name:
Lisa Phillips
Email:
LISADeafAngel2@aol.com
Date:
04/20/2003

Comments

You have it!! You're very lucky to make poems, and know the words to put in it. I have no words or feelings that i could put my own poem. You have the gift!! I have God's Gift of giving people love and give them hope of their own lifes......... I touch so many people's lives and I think I still do!! Keep up the good work!! God loves you and so do I..


Name:
muriel
Email:
pookaduke2002@yahoo.com
Date:
04/20/2003

Comments

i enjoyed your website, and did a lot of reading ,so to understand about your culture . i ove birds of pray . all animals are creatures of god , they give me great pleasure ,just watching them. sincerly muriel hogue


Name:
David Arnold
Email:
adavesworld9@aol.com
Date:
04/18/2003

Comments

Your web site is very informitive,it has a lot of useful info. I was looking for info on a warrior's lance. doing reseach project on weapons of the warrior. Would you know what was on the lance that showed bravery. Thanks for your web site, I have learn much. Meegwetch David "Big Heart" Arnold Vice Chairman of the Nimkii Band Woodland Me'tis Tribe of Indiana


Name:
Nema Nitko
Email:
kinderron@inet.hr
Date:
04/18/2003

Comments

great and wonderful..veoma sam umoran


Name:
heather
Email:
aprilchild_99@yahoo.com
Date:
04/16/2003

Comments

I just wanted to know how much the woodland dress cost. Thank you, Heather


Name:
Yvette
Email:
littlewhitedove@aol.com
Date:
04/16/2003

Comments

thanks snow for putting my newest poem in your site it means the world to me! hope all is goin well for you today and everyday..(smiles) i come here in the morning time when i am not goin to work early shift and enjoy the site for while ... i love it .. gives me peace of mind for the day.. thanks much.. until the next.. Peace always.... Dove (your feathered friend) <<grins>>


Name:
Marina Murphy
Email:
MM1363@AOL.Com
Date:
04/15/2003

Comments

I like the website and the fry bread recipes, interesting to see the differences. I am from the Nooksack tribe in Deming, WA and Canadian Indian. We like Indian Tacos here. I am a pow wow goer and student at NW Indian College. Would like to see some arts and crafts here too.


Name:
Susan N. Webber
Email:
wrdkrafter@aol.com
Date:
04/14/2003

Comments

To All, I am grateful to learn of my American Indian heritage. (This is very recent news for me.) If anyone can give me direction in an effort to know more, please email. I would be thrilled to respond. In my heart, I knew that the picture I had of my heritage was incomplete. I am so pleased that I am finally learning what I have felt for a lifetime. I feel a new sense of pride. Sincerely and with heartfelt gratitude, Susan


Name:
christina
Email:
Date:
04/13/2003

Comments

i think this website is a really cool website it had lots of info on my project thank you very much


Name:
Ralph Koon
Email:
ralphk410@aol.com
Date:
04/11/2003

Comments

I Have always watched you in your work. I think we need more people that think of helping others like you do. I had a friend who is Mohawk and he bought things to me that I never saw, the beauty of the earth and the animals and the people around us, I think we all need to see this but I don't see it in the people in general. When I went to Colorado the first time I didn't want to come home, it's one of the prettiest states I've been in. Is there any chance to get a picture of you and your bike. Ralph Koon, 7032 Aviation Blvd. Glen Burnie, MD. 21061 . Also if your over at Bwi Airport in Glen Burnie area. You are welcome to my home and I thank you all for doing a great job with everything going on in our country. Thank you for your time. Ralph the web site is the easiest I've ever seen to use. #1


Name:
Tuk
Email:
dogsbestfriend0@yahoo.com
Date:
04/09/2003

Comments

Wonderful site, I was surprised by the amount of information. Also, I have a question about a stone. It kind of looks like an dark opal or a dark blue sapphire, one side is rounded and smooth and the other is rippled like water. It's almost transparent, and looks to have a crack it it, but it's completly smooth. I was hopeing maybe you or one of the people who posted the information on the stones could tell me what it is. Thanks for any help you can lend. I know this is alot to leave posted so I will come back at a later time and resign the guest book for you. Thanks again.


Name:
cougarspirit
Email:
cougarspirit@aol.com
Date:
04/07/2003

Comments

i have shared this site with many in the uk, scotland and usa i feel it has much to offer to many people ty for creating it smiles


Name:
philip wancewicz
Email:
wickup1@aol.com
Date:
04/06/2003

Comments

can you plz send any info on how i can purchase some indian baskets and cermaices pottery to 3145 w. mountain view ,Caruthers CA 93609 i would deepley apperciate this very much any brouchers you can send would be deepley apperciate thank you so much philip wancewicz good night


Name:
Jeanne Creswell
Email:
oneentawe@yahoo.com
Date:
04/04/2003

Comments

Really nice pictures. I am looking for old tradutional Iroquis clothing patterns and beading patterns. Not had much luck in finding any. Can you help me? This is a really nice website and easy to use. Thank you Jeanne


Name:
Susani
Email:
sassij_6@hotmail.com
Date:
04/01/2003

Comments

I have been told of my ancesters and wish to know more about my heratage. I wish to know were some barial grounds are in NY in order to look into my history further. thank you for your time.


Name:
leslie stewart
Email:
Date:
04/01/2003

Comments

it was very interesting


Name:
Vette M. White Dove
Email:
littlewhitedove@aol.com
Date:
04/01/2003

Comments

hi snow, i love this site!! and all that you have done with it. Please keep up all the hard work you put into it. i know it takes alot of time to put together sites <smiles>and you are such a great person. thank you for everything! Peace Light and Love, White Dove


Name:
Ricki
Email:
suwanne_rick@yahoo.com
Date:
03/31/2003

Comments

A wonderful and informative site ~ I am so glad my son forwarded your website address to me! I have just brushed the surface here tonight but have bookmarked your site so that I can back. I am part Indian from my Mother's side of the family ~ her tribe is the Penobscots in Maine. I have never registered because I do not know exactly how much Indian I am ~ I believe that my grandfather was full blooded. Perhaps you could assist me in determining this. Thank you and God Bless!


Name:
Joan Rodgers
Email:
joanv@mindspring.com
Date:
03/28/2003

Comments

I have truljy enjoy touring you website, it is beautifuly done. I came to your site trying to get some information with regard to a mask of a "Ghost Dancer" that I have. I thought that the "Ghost Dancer " might be a type of Kachina ??? . It appears that I am incorrect, for I did not find one. If you have any information as to the history of what the Ghost Dancer is or means, I would greatly appreaciate your sharing it with me. The mask is all white with fox fur as a hat with a feather on the right side of the. It has brought me a grat deal of pleasure just looking at it. Thank You , for your time, Regards Joan Rodgers


Name:
Gerald YellowOwl Jr
Email:
kody_yellowowl@yahoo.com
Date:
03/27/2003

Comments

Hello! Cool site.


Name:
Connie Durham
Email:
c.durham@sbcglobal.net
Date:
03/26/2003

Comments

Great web site!! I am currently looking for a publisher for an incredible novel written about George Catlin. My father-in-law is the passionate author. He is a published author and is looking for the right publishing company to let him tell his story. Anyone who would be interested in reading his manuscript please contact me at c.durham@sbcglobal.net. Thank you for inspiring, Connie Durham


Name:
Jolene Saelhof
Email:
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxdon'thave1
Date:
03/25/2003

Comments

My comments about your website are in hear the voices you should make so you can hear voices that's all bye for now


Name:
Adam Budwey
Email:
Date:
03/22/2003

Comments

I used your website for a NA project I had to do for school. It has TONS of VERY INTERESTING information. You've done a GREAT job on the site!


Name:
Claudette Maitland
Email:
nativestorm@velocity.net
Date:
03/21/2003

Comments

I enjoyed visiting the site. Thank-you


Name:
Doug (Two Bear) Halstead
Email:
bfdcar1@yahoo.com
Date:
03/20/2003

Comments

What a wonderful site! I too have reached that time of my life where to listen is to learn. May the Humans prosper and live long. Two Bear


Name:
Michel Grilikhes
Email:
demichon@earthlink.net
Date:
03/20/2003

Comments

More! Thank you.


Name:
Clem Douglas
Email:
ClemDouglas@yahoo.com
Date:
03/19/2003

Comments

I am very much impressed with your informative website. I believe the North American Government should clean up their own backyard first before sticking their noses into other countries telling them what to do. Clem Douglas Australia


Name:
Jacquie
Email:
CryingWolf35@yellowstone.net
Date:
03/18/2003

Comments

I'am trying to find the meaning of the name "Amooka, Mooki". If anyone knows of the meaning please send the infomation my way-thank you.


Name:
william bolen
Email:
koonhunter61731@yahoo.com
Date:
03/17/2003

Comments

i really enjoyed the site i have been trying to fond a site this good for several months now .. im am a collector not a seller and even at a young age 28..... i am interested in the indians that lived in the area of central illinois as far as i can tell of the late woodland and missississippian period it was the mascouten / fox/or the kickapoo i have several nice finds sorry no fancy cameras but i have 2 that stump me ..... if you could help ill try to explain ....the first is a small flat object that fits in your hand made of limestone found near a proven kick village it has a half inch dia. hole in the middle .... the second found within 10 kmiles of first object is a 20 pound lime boulder with a wedge shaped hole in one end that gets bigger as it goes through it is flat on one side and there r working marks all over the stone if this is not a good description i can try better some other time to get a digital picture thank you for your time


Name:
MUGU
Email:
MUGU@NAWETIN
Date:
03/17/2003

Comments

NA WETIN? COMMOT HERE.


Name:
Trinity-the Snowwowl webmaster
Email:
witticismsink@aol.com
Date:
03/15/2003

Comments

To Jim Blevins...Your comment has been removed because as stated on the guestbook and guestlog page-if you want to submit an article -which is what your comment constituted-submit it to Snowwowl and we will consider putting it up as a guest article. To all others...Thanks for coming to the site and your comments. If you want to submit an article that you think is appropriate for the site-or just needs to be said-submit it to nightteagle@aol.com. And at that time could you please include some info about yourself-so we do not have to ask for it-if your article is put up. We have yet to reject any honest endeavor. However, even though I try to get guest articles up asap, it does take awhile, your patience will be appreciated. Mitakuye Oyasin Trinity


Name:
Brent Hoptowit
Email:
Hoptowitmanatu70@aol.com
Date:
03/15/2003

Comments

Great site! Very informative and well designed. I would like to see more information about Native American weaponary from around the Nation and Canada.


Name:
Jamie(little bear)
Email:
cluelesschick_14@yahoo.com
Date:
03/15/2003

Comments

I think that you did a great job with this site.See I am Ojibwa Indian, and i learned a lot more from this site about my heritage.Thanx. Ojibwa(Miigwech bizindawiyeg)


Name:
gail stewart
Email:
juliette365@cs.com
Date:
03/14/2003

Comments

hi-we are doing a carnival in school dedicated to the native American Indians--your website is wonderful and informative-my young daughter hasn't stopped humming your music either--could you plz write me back if you get a minute--for one i would love to purchase that music and know of its significance--also you must know that for many years I've found a special drawing to the native americans and their way of life-it seems to me that there is much profound in the simple with them-by the way i have no idea who i am speaking to now but perhaps I can be put in touch with a chat room for further communications and if you are a native american I have the utmost respect.


Name:
R. Weiller
Email:
rgw6200@earthlink.net
Date:
03/14/2003

Comments

I am old, and curious. unlike most at my age, my mind is still open. This is a wonderful site.


Name:
MangroveSnake
Email:
MangroveSnake@aol.com
Date:
03/12/2003

Comments

Dear SnowwOwl, I love your site. You speak alot of wisdom and I admire that in a person. I think the world would be a greater place if more people were like you.


Name:
Shea
Email:
Date:
03/12/2003

Comments

Thanx for letting me look around~!~ Peace-Out


Name:
AKABO
Email:
AKABO@YAHOO.AK
Date:
03/10/2003

Comments

ASABA.


Name:
Stanley Hoig
Email:
hopipotcollector@aol.com
Date:
03/07/2003

Comments

Hello: Great site. Love the art resources! I noticed you had McGee's Indian Art featured, and I thought you might like to know that they have an online partner that is now showing some really GREAT examples of kachinas and pottery - and would fit really well in your showcase of fine native american art. I'm sure they wouldn't mind you using their images as you have done with the other websites, and you can contact them at: www.ancientnations.com Hope to see more Hopi pottery and kachinas make their way onto your wonderful site! Keep up the good work!


Name:
Eric Chow
Email:
ejchow_1984@lycos.com
Date:
03/04/2003

Comments

Hi! I have been looking all over for a place where I can find the meanings of individuals names. I have a friend whos Native American name is "Standing Rock". I know that it would probably be easiest to just ask her what her name means but I just dont have the guts to do that... She and I are good friends and I was just wondering if you could assist me a little by telling me what her name might mean. I have read the book "Seven Arrows" and in it the author describes the Medicine Wheel. However, the four major points on it were; North-Buffalo, South-Mouse, East-Eagle, and West-Bear. I understand that to cover all possible traits is impossible. However, I was not able to figure out what "Standing Rock" means. Please help me with this if possible! Thanks. -Eric


Name:
penny matthews
Email:
pjsparlor@nmo.net
Date:
03/04/2003

Comments

i recently purchased a quantity of points and was looking for information to identify them better also values. thank you penny matthews pjsparlor@nmo.net


Name:
Seb
Email:
Sebadness@aol.com
Date:
03/04/2003

Comments

I am a potery student. The pots you have pictures of are absolutely fantastic! Thanks


Name:
Tom
Email:
BearWalkingProud@aol.com
Date:
03/03/2003

Comments

Hey Owl, I am in Tampa, FL right now just figured i would stop by and say hey... Bear


Name:
milie Mendoza
Email:
adso_meriadoc@hotmail.com
Date:
03/03/2003

Comments

Thank you for your web site!!! First I was just interested with the recepies, then, my eyes opened to much more! You are doing a wonderfull job with this web site. milie


Name:
Wayne
Email:
handofdoom@aol.com
Date:
03/03/2003

Comments

I just like to say, I feel to that all Native Americans have been wronged in many ways. Even thru I'm white, I know the Native American people have been wronged and are now beening done wrong. I only hope things could get better for us all. I'll past the word on and pray for us all.


Name:
Anne Peden
Email:
acpeden@hotmail.com
Date:
03/02/2003

Comments

Very informative! Just what I was looking for. I'm a Native American basket collector from SC. I'm looking for more information on baskets and found you. Love the music too. Thanks.


Name:
Raymond B. DeVille
Email:
Tatankangi01@AOL.Com
Date:
03/02/2003

Comments

I have just rereviewed this site aga8in, ttiss super Brother , I am proud of your efforts A HO Ray---TAT


Name:
Lola Rios
Email:
http://starchild.vanill.org
Date:
03/01/2003

Comments

Thank you for the great recipes and all other info. Beautiful site!


Name:
Elaine
Email:
abdur7@academicplanet.com
Date:
02/25/2003

Comments

Wow! You've certainly done a lot of the foot work. As you know, it is so easy to get lost in cyberspace when looking for information. I haven't finished looking throughout your website but I am going back to it. Perhaps you can answer a question for me. I have been doing geneology studies about my family. I am African American but in growing up, my father spoke of us having Seminole Indian in our family. How can I find what percent Seminole Indian we are? I have a copy of my grandparent's marriage certificate that lists them as "people of color". Back in the 18th century I understand that this term was used to describe Native American people. You might know more about this and can help me in my search. My father was from Cuthbert, Georgia and his parents were also from that area and Alabama. Thank you for putting together such a wonderful website. I look forward to hearing from you with any information you might have. Sincerely, Elaine


Name:
Kurt Grishaber
Email:
Kurt_Grishaber@msn.com
Date:
02/23/2003

Comments

I have a question I hope you or anyone can answer. My wife is a Natie American. From resourcing her family we have determined her to be 5/16 by blood. She is 4/16 on her father's side of the family. Her father's father was a Navajo Indian from a reservation in Northern Arizona and her mother we believe is 1/16 Creek. How does my wife go about the process of certifying her heritage in a way that is recognized by the government. Needless to say searching .gov websites has been less than productive. I would appreciate any help. Thank you. PS I enjoyed much of the website!


Name:
Carroll&Linda Levshakoff
Email:
carlin@bristolbay.com
Date:
02/22/2003

Comments

What a wonderful discovery! It was really an enjoyable experience to view all the different articles and see all pictures. The accomping music is excellent. We will visit this site often.


Name:
Peggy Dunn
Email:
pdunn@okemos.k12.mi.us
Date:
02/21/2003

Comments

I really enjoyed your site and had no idea there were so many different names for the moons. I guess I should have expected it, but didn't. I would love to know how you did some of your "transitions" and the slide out menu. They're very effective. Nice job!


Name:
Robert Rainwater
Email:
kenpo_3@hotmail.com
Date:
02/19/2003

Comments

A great website,full of good facts and information Thanks


Name:
laurinda smith
Email:
bootygirl69
Date:
02/19/2003

Comments

this place sucks \


Name:
Jan Foreman
Email:
jforeman@sulphur.k12.ok.us
Date:
02/18/2003

Comments

I thoroughly enjoyed visiting your website. Wonderful pictures and drawings with detailed , easy-to-understand information will prove helpful in my classes. I also enjoyed the music!


Name:
Libbie Bradford
Email:
lbradford@romegacitygov.org
Date:
02/17/2003

Comments

Love your site! Am looking for pictures of 1750-1850 Iroquois war clubs...recently purchased one...it seems beautiful but something just doesn't seem right...can't place my finger on it


Name:
kathy kelly
Email:
kathykelly69@hotmail.com
Date:
02/16/2003

Comments

this is a wonderful site, i love indian things, wish i had some of the dress's i seen in here. it is all lovely.


Name:
Ed Patterson
Email:
brylexcol@msn.com
Date:
02/13/2003

Comments

Beautiful site, very educational


Name:
DuWayne Aker
Email:
travlerwayne@hotmail.com
Date:
02/13/2003

Comments

A wonderful web site. The information along with the beauty of the pottery, sand paintings and all the other photos. You need to view this web site when you have time to sit back, relax and read the information as well as viewing the photos. A lot of work went into this web site and it shows. Thanks for the privilege of allowing me to enjoy your web site.


Name:
will page
Email:
willpage357@msn.com
Date:
02/12/2003

Comments

yes i enjoy this web site


Name:
T. Wolfinger
Email:
Date:
02/12/2003

Comments

Needs more thing on the Blackfeet Indians


Name:
shannon
Email:
shannon@bunnyahoo.com
Date:
02/12/2003

Comments

I like your site alot and i might visit again.


Name:
amy
Email:
baby_bear142@hotmail.com
Date:
02/08/2003

Comments

Hello, my name is Amy. I am doing a school project about tipis and i was wondering if you had any pictures that you could email me at baby_bear142@hotmail.com. Thank you. Sincerly, Amy


Name:
howard hunt
Email:
griz31050@yahoo.com
Date:
02/07/2003

Comments

osiyo; wado for a very interesting site.. please keep bring the history to show what beautiful art that is still out there.. wado griz


Name:
nancy ikeler
Email:
ikelers_holler@hotmail.com
Date:
02/04/2003

Comments

I just made a very brief visit but will be back. i am looking for a drum. I feel a very strong urge to drum. some women i work with are also feeling the same. I am calling my drum. I use a public computer and am very new to the internet. thank you for this beautiful site. ~n~


Name:
Conn O'Dwyer
Email:
connodwyer@aol.com
Date:
02/04/2003

Comments

Great site very informative really intresting, its been a real privalige. Kind Regards Conn O'Dwyer Irish


Name:
Bella
Email:
bella@aol.com
Date:
02/04/2003

Comments

You should put the bella bella masks on this! i love the bella bella mask!


Name:
Ona Diane Colbert
Email:
dreamcatcher200094533@yahoo.com
Date:
02/03/2003

Comments

I like your web site thank you very much


Name:
Don Haag
Email:
Fyrehawk@Localnet.com
Date:
02/01/2003

Comments

Very unique and interesting site. I will return many times and also visit individual sites taken from this one. The art work is beautiful.


Name:
monica slaughter
Email:
slaws@sbcglobal.net
Date:
02/01/2003

Comments

love this site a true blessing.



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