The Cherokee Heritage Center ended the month of March by hosting Indian Territory Days. For two days students had a chance to be involved in hands-on activities, games and demonstrations for school-aged children, with a focus on Cherokee life in the late 19th century.
This is the video of Sunset Point Mount Abu : Shooting Point Mount Abu – Indian Sunset Points Travel & Tours Video. At sunset point all the tourist come here by end of the day around 5.45 pm because it is the last attraction of mount abu, from here view of this place is very mesmerising & very attractive, because of it’s attraction tourist start clicking picture here. This place is called shooting point also because DIL movie has been shooted here in which Aamir Khan Was actor & Madhuri Dikshit was actress & they Made wooden home at this point of mount abu & sang one song also “Humne Ghar Choora Hai Rasmo ko tooda hai”. because of Dil movie & view from here this place is called shooting point also. if you are not having your own camara and you want to click picture of yourself you can take help of your bus guide they are always having camara & he will click your picture & will give you by the end of the day in the bus.
To visit all the attractions points of Mount Abu You can hire a car, bus or bike on rent here. If you go by bus it will charge Rs100/- per person along with one guide, Rs80 Transportation charge + Rs20 Guide Charge. Guide give all the information about all 14 attractions points of Mount Abu & Guide you about the attractions place before enter the any monument of Mount Abu, rajasthan.
Major attraction point of Mount abu are Dilwara Temples, Guru Shikhar, Nakki Lake, Sunset Point, Shri Raghunathji Temple, Achalgarh, Adhar Devi Temple, Sirohi & many more. In mount abu you don’t need to book any extra guide because you will get one guide in bus & other you will find on attractions point of mount abu who will give you proper information about the attraction of that place.
As per IHR Mount abu is must visit hill station of india.
This video is captured on 18 Dec 2010
What if the history of India that we learn in our textbooks tells only part of the story, and worse, tells the story incorrectly? What if there are significant periods missing in the narration on Indian history that
is not being told today? In this talk he critiques present-day narratives, examines the evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, and presents a unique, strong and compelling case for an untold prehistory of India.
A guided tour of some of the Ute Prayer Trees at Fox Run Regional Park in Colorado Springs, CO.
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This .5 acre lot located in the most desirable area of the most desirable gated community in Polk County will not last! Vacant lots in the waterfront section of Indian Lake Estates are currently on the market for $49,000 plus. In this community, the closer your lot is to the built-up waterfront section, the more valuable your lot is; this lot is as close as it gets! Indian Lake Estates amenities include an 18-hole championship golf course, tennis courts, shuffle board courts, a 23,000 square foot clubhouse with a grand ballroom and lounge, a library, restaurants, a marina, a 1,200 foot pier, Polk County’s largest trophy bass lake, lakefront pavilions, a fire department, a post office, churches, banking, a sheriff’s annex, beauty/barber services, and more all within the community. Residents enjoy a host of activities including fishing, boating, hunting, swimming, tennis, golf and more. It is conveniently located 1.2 miles from Winn Dixie Supermarket, 0.45 miles from Kangaroo Express convenience store/gas station, 1.23 miles from Racetrac Petroleum convenience store/gas station, and 1.66 miles from Lake Wales Medical Center. Hop in the car and drive fifteen minutes to shopping in Lake Wales, an hour to the coast for a day at the beach, or drive north to disney!
In Central Florida there’s a lake called Lake Weohyakapka, commonly known as Lake Walk-in-Water. This lake spans 7,528-acre and is located south of Tiger Lake and west of Lake Kissimmee, 10 miles east of Lake Wales off Walk-in-the-Water Road in Polk County. Predominant vegetation is cattail, bulrush (buggy whips), Kissimmee grass, and use to be hydrilla. Tiger Creek flows in from the southwest and Weohyakapka Creek flows from the north end of the lake. Maximum depth is 12 around feet. Nationally known for trophy large-mouth bass fishing, Lake Walk-in-Water provides both large numbers and trophy size bass fishing. Drifting live shiners around offshore ledges is the most consistent technique, but many bass are caught on artificial as well, it’s particularly good topwater lure lake. There is a county boat ramp on the west shore at the end of Boat Landing Road, see the map below.
Don’t be surprised if you have not heard of this lake, you will start hearing more about Lake Weohyakapka (A.K.A. Lake Walk-In-Water), Polk County’s largest body of water and one of their “best kept fishing secrets”. While conversation amongst anglers frequently center on lakes like Okeechobee, Kissimmee, Toho and the Everglades, Lake Walk-In-Water has quietly and consistently churned out magnificent catches of largemouth bass.
On a clear day when the surface is smooth, a person can clearly see the lake’s bottom structure, even without polarized sunglasses. Spring fed, Lake Walk-In-Water receives few pollutants from urbanized or agricultural runoffs because of a scarcity of housing developments and an absence of husbandry operations along its shores. Vegetation consists of 15 to 20 percent emergent or submerged hydrilla of Aquatic Plant Management, plus numerous stands of beneficial bulrush, shrimp and eel grass.
Feeding into the Kissimmee chain via Weohyakapka Creek and Lake Rosalie, Walk-In-Water’s major feeder stream is Tiger Creek located at the lake’s southeast corner. Flippers relish the dense, offshore, isolated reed patches, while those working offshore beds near the lake’s center often enjoy spectacular success with buzzbaits, topwater plugs, spinnerbaits, lipped diving lures and eight to ten-inch plastic worms rigged Texas or Carolina style.
Lake Walk-in-the-Water use to be about 70 to 80 percent covered with hydrilla, and there has been rumors that the State is not going to spray. Well, they did not have to, the hurricanes took care of that for us. The talk from the guides is that the hydrilla will come back over time, which is the best way for it to naturally to happen. The lake has been producing good numbers of fish for years now, few good size fish are being caught. The fishing pressure on Walk in Water is still down compared to it’s other Central Florida lakes, but will continue to pickup as the fishing continues to get more popular. We continue to guide this lake and enjoy good catches of fish on a few consistent time manner. As always the best bait on Lake Walk-in-the-Water is the wild shiner. We like to use the Devil’s Horse, and the Chug Bug, both baits in Black/Chrome on this lake.
The political and social dynamics of American Indian sacred sites and basic human rights protections within the contemporary U.S. are constantly evolving. This panel, including various legal scholars, community leaders, and activists, will explore issues of human rights, self-determination, sovereignty, and potential International legal remedies in order to better understand the contemporary realities of misunderstanding, lack of social justice, U.S. constructed hierarchies of economic and political inequality, and overall legacies of colonialism.
0:14 Rebecca Tsosie, Regents Professor of Law at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law with the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program and Special Advisor to the Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion for the University of Arizona
54:33 Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Professor of Law at Michigan State University College of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center
58:58 Wendsler Nosie Sr., former Chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and currently represents the Peridot District as a Tribal Council member. Founder of the Apache Stronghold.
1:09:20 Nizhoni Pike, youth activist and member of Apache Stronghold.
American Indian Movement Mitakuye Oyasin “all my relatives” Drum @ “Gathering Of the People” in Portland, Oregon sponsor by Touch of the Earth environmental school and Portland Oregon A.I.M. Guest speakers Calvin Hecocta & Dennis Banks.
California Indians have survived some of the most extreme acts of genocide committed against Native Americans. Prior the ongoing genocide under Spanish and American colonizations, California Indians were the most linguistically diverse and population dense First Peoples in the United States. In this historic panel, four California Indian leaders share the stories of kidnappings, mass murders, and slavery that took place under Spanish, Mexican and American colonizations.
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Bob’s Cessna Turbo 206 in The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:00:34 1 Terminology
00:01:48 2 Indian American immigration
00:01:58 2.1 18th century
00:02:15 2.2 19th century
00:02:59 2.3 20th century
00:05:40 2.4 21st century
00:05:49 3 Demographics
00:09:01 3.1 U.S. metropolitan areas with large Asian Indian populations
00:09:33 3.2 List of U.S. states by population of Asian Indians
00:09:40 4 Statistics on Indians in the U.S.
00:12:25 5 Socioeconomic status
00:13:09 5.1 Education
00:13:38 5.2 Household income
00:14:30 6 Culture
00:14:39 6.1 Entertainment
00:17:00 6.2 Religions
00:18:19 6.2.1 Indian Hindus
00:19:35 6.2.2 Indian Christians
00:20:59 6.2.3 Indian Muslims
00:21:20 6.2.4 Indian Sikhs
00:22:47 6.2.5 Others
00:23:38 6.3 Ethnicity
00:24:55 6.4 Linguistic affiliation
00:25:33 7 Immigration and progression timeline
00:25:43 7.1 Timeline
00:42:26 7.2 Classification
00:43:51 7.3 Citizenship
00:44:14 8 Current social issues
00:44:23 8.1 Discrimination
00:48:13 8.2 Illegal immigration
00:48:59 8.3 Immigration
00:51:14 8.4 Media
00:51:22 9 Politics
00:53:39 10 Notable people
00:53:48 11 See also
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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
Indian Americans or Indo-Americans, are Americans whose ancestry belongs to any of the many ethnic groups of the Republic of India. According to 2016 American Community Survey data, Indian Americans are the third-largest Asian group in the United States alone or in combination with other races after Chinese Americans and Filipino Americans. The U.S. Census Bureau uses the term Asian Indian to avoid confusion with the indigenous peoples of the Americas commonly referred to as American Indians (or Native Americans or Amerindians).
SRIP debunks Riverdale Rd myth Sept 28th 2012
Presented by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. In this emotional tale of Saul Indian Horse, Richard Wagamese tells the realistic story of a man whose life is drastically changed by one of Canada’s most painful histories. When Saul was a child he was taken away from his family and forced into an Indian Residential School where he witnessed and experienced unimaginable abuses at the hands of the school’s educators. In spite of the harrowing atrocities, it is at the school that Saul discovers his love of hockey, a game that, for a short time, serves as a means of escape. Saul’s talent leads to a draft with a minor league team and a spot on Team Canada during the 1972 Canada-Soviet Summit Series. However, as Saul grows into a man, he struggles with racism and alcohol addiction. Saul’s tumultuous adulthood eventually leads him back to his roots, where he confronts his past and begins a new journey towards healing.
Richard Wagamese is an Ojibway author from the Wabaseemoong First Nation in Northwestern Ontario. He is the author of several fiction and non-fiction works including For Joshua: An Ojibway Father Teaches His Son, Runaway Dreams, and Indian Horse. Wagamese has also been a journalist and, in 1991, became the first Aboriginal Canadian to receive the National Newspaper Award for Column Writing. His most recent novel, Indian Horse, was chosen as the winner of First Nation Communities Read, and is on the Globe and Mail’s bestseller’s list as well as the Canadian Booksellers Association’s bestseller’s list. Among his awards, Wagamese’s memoir One Native Life was listed as one of The Globe and Mail’s 100 Best Books of 2008. In 2010 he accepted an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Thompson Rivers University. Wagamese currently lives just outside of Kamloops, BC with his wife, Debra Powell, and Molly the Story Dog.
The ruins of the abandoned Indian Ridge Resort in Branson West, MO
Filmed in 4K by DJI Inspire 1 Drone
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The Indian Ridge Resort in Branson West, MO, was intended to be a 900 acre $1.6 Billion Dollar resort, featuring luxury homes, condos, an indoor water park, and an 18-hole golf course.
Suffice it to say, construction ground to a halt as the money dried up in 2009. The half built homes were never completed, and have been slowly rotting away ever since.
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