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The Hunger Site.
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Bookmark for daily routine. And then come back and see us!
|Navajo||Hopi||Jicarilla Apache||Ute Mountain Ute||Southern Ute|
|Research on the Hisatsinom (Anasazi)and Athabascan peoples.|
|The Midwest connections by language, architecture and relocations.|
|Come see our new|
Quality musical instruments, art, crafts, things you may have never seen!
Email Mike and Sheilah.
|The Mark Silversmith Gallery|
|Visit our host and friend Bill Bottorff for professional multi-media tools.|
Four Corners Clamor Index
Concerning Clamor Nine: We are trying a new format and you will find many topics that would be in the Clamor Nine below in Current Articles.
This also allows quicker connections to related Articles and URLs.
See our links page for 121 Native American Newspapers and 60 Newsletters
Along The Path Index
Sheilah is on the road contacting artists and craftspeople.
We visited with RedNation of the Cherokee, and have enjoyed a show
at the Mid-America Indian Center in Wichita. Articles soon.
|Around The Fire Index|
How Nine Arkansas Duck Hunters Have Started a Landmark Case
St. Louis Mounds
Trail of Tears
An Illegal Auction
|Five Tribes NAGPRA Policy|
Indigenous Peoples' Seattle Declaration
Protesting the World Trade Organization
|Death Penalty||Milk||Pectin||Desert Walk|
|American Indian Religious Freedom Act|
|Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979|
|Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act|
|United Nations Convention on Genocide|
|The Hopi Declaration of Peace||The Essence of Hopi Prophecy|
Articles of, by and for, with many good links.
The Midwest. Rapidly failing.
Traditional Wool and dyes.
Sheilah's Popular Article with links
|Maps of Arizona and New Mexico Reservations|
Our New Page of 1150 Links
Has taken on a life of its own. Indexed by subject. Handy we hope. No Frames!
|Simon Canyon||Shiprock||Mesa Verde|
|Chaco Culture Park||Hoodoos: The Bisti Wilderness.|
|Aztec Ruins with photos.||Salmon Ruin with photos.|
Four Corners Monument: Just 70 miles west of Farmington.
FISHING: Farmington was known to the Navajo as ToTah, "meeting place of the waters": The La Plata, the Animas, and the San Juan Rivers. YEAR round fishing. From the base of Navajo Dam to 3.75 miles downstream on the San Juan are "Quality Waters." Rainbow, Brown, and Snake River trout.
A year-round river water average temp of 42-45 degrees, a high mineral content, large trout. The minimum length to keep (and limit of one a day) is 20 inches. The length of my keyboard is 18 inches.
Navajo Lake State Park: Blue Gill, Bass (large and small), crappie, Kokanee Salmon, Brown and Rainbow trout, Pike, and Catfish. Trolling for Salmon in the summer and Trout in the winter.
GOLF: Pinon Hills is a five-star golf course. One of only eight public in the nation.