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November is Native American Heritage Month. Grab this FREE trilingual printable in English, French and Spanish!

Native American Heritage Month + FREE Trilingual Printable

History of the Native American Heritage Month November is Native American Heritage Month. But it hasn’t always been. In fact, that designation is relatively new, not appearing nationwide until 1990. Previously, individual states decided whether or not to dedicate a day or a week to honor Native Americans. New York was the first state to

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The Elders Are Watching by David Bouchard

Native American Cultures: The Elders Are Watching

North America has many different native cultures from the Arctic to South Mexico, and from the West Coast across to the East Coast.  Where to start, and how to write up one blog post on Native American cultures when there are entire university degrees about any one of these interesting and diverse cultures? The children’s

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Bonus Prize for Native American Heritage Month Blog Hop and Giveaway: Tribal Nations Map

Today we are sharing our newly added Bonus Prize for our Native American Heritage Month Blog Hop and Giveaway!! This prize is amazing. It is a map of the Native American Nations with the Native names the tribes called themselves (where possible) and their original locations. The map is provided by Tribal Nations Maps. Aaron

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