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NEW NATIVE NATION

for, by and about
21st century
             
Native American and First Nations people

 

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Every Page : The new email address is nnninfo@yahoo.com and is gradually being changed on all pages.
Guest Essays and videos are replacing offsite links all across the web site. (Thankyou Lilkye for this suggestion!) Check your favorite topics for new info.

updated week of Sept. 04, 2011
The chatrooms have all died since we opened on facebook, so the mainpage has been edited to reflect that.
To answer any and all copyright issues, a blanket statement has been added at the bottom of this page to cover the entire site. I refuse to edit every page - again.

updated week of Feb. 26, 2012
Gardeners, did you know that planting zones have changed?
Many Sisters Gardening Page : Eggshell Seed Starters (downloadable PDF)
and The New Interactive Zone Maps at USDA (link)

updated week of March 25, 2012
Camping and Outdoor Skills Page : How to Make Fire from Ice (video)

updated week of April 15, 2012
Several pages (sorry Bezhiig Maiingan, your poetry was one of them) didn't survive the move to the new server and backup was lost. The Main Page has been edited to reflect these losses.
We are growing as often as we can! Check back often for new features

updated week of December 16, 201r4
This server finally let me back on. It has all new features so we will see about staying here.

updated week of sept. 6, 2016
Wooohoo! Was finally able to get back in here. Hoping to be able to fix things

updated week of October 01, 2016
The Cookbook was brought up to date

updated week of November 13, 2016
The Waste Not page was brought up to date

 

Ancient Native Americans, Modern Technology
Who Were The Founders of the Technological Era?
Camping
and Outdoor Skills
Care and Share The Cookbook Crafts
and Native Technology
Elders Speak Up Fitness Page NNN Freebies Fun by the Fire
stories, jokes, and games
Health
general info, nutrition, non-toxic living and tips
Heartbeat of the People Native American Dance Herbs,
Harvests, and Foraging**
Hunting and Fishing** Low-Cost, No-Cost Toys and Games Many Sisters Gardening Page
The Medicine Page
medical news, conditions, remedies and care
Members' Critters News,
headlines, horoscope, lottery, amber alerts
etc.
Salutes to Veterans Special Thanks to Our Sponsors
and Special Needs list
The Trackers Challenge Page Test and Improve Your Tracking Skills The NNN Trading Post Truckers And Travelers** Waste Not
recycle/reuse, save money, reduce debt
The Weather Page
Weight Loss Page What's Happening
events and meets
LINKS

 

JOB SEARCH PAGE Design a 21st Century Tipi Challenge
We Have A Winner!
Click Here For Details!
Cindian's Poetry
(Win Nibawiwin Ogidaki "She is standing on a hill")
Fishguy's Poetry
(M. Solomon)
Gun Chick's Poetry Nim's Poetry
(Nimchira, J. Porter Selman)
ScarlettO'Sara's Poetry
(SeaHorse)
Spudmama's Poetry
(Nunyageya, Nunya Ageya)
Viking's Poetry Weary's Poetry
Where are 21st Century Native American and First Nations People?
In the United States one out of every 100 people is recognized by the federal government as Native American. However, experts say those who are federally-recognized make up only about 40% of Native Americans. The actual numbers are closer to one out of every 40 people. In addition, 40 out of every 100 African Americans, 25 out of every 100 European Americans, and 45 out of every 100 Hispanic Americans are also of significant Native American descent.
Where are 21st Century Native American and First Nations People? We are all around you!



 
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�Disclaimer - The FDA insists that if they haven�t evaluated a treatment and approved it then it can�t heal you even though, from the looks of it, they haven�t evaluated much except a bunch of expensive stuff drug companies sell. They also make people who provide information on traditional, alternative, natural, home or herbal remedies post a disclaimer saying that such information is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. So here it is, for what it�s worth.�
 
Native Americans and First Nations People are generally not very puritanical and I am just about good and tired of hiding harmless but somewhat risque things from whatever prude might stumble across this web site. Those of you who spend so much energy protecting your children from a natural part of life are lagging in your parental duties. Girls can become fertile at the age of 9, boys can begin puberty as early as 10. They need to be prepared in advance - if you can't stand to, get them a library book. Knowledge is power, ignorance is a disaster waiting to happen. I have had enough of giving in to the tyranny of the sexually stunted and distorted.
--In a related aside: what passes for sexual harrassment nowadays is mostly just poor taste and acting wounded by it is a slap in the face to the many women who, like me, have been through real sexual harrassment. --

 

Congratulations to the Mashpee Wampanoags on getting federal recognition Feb. 16, 2007! - Thankyou Wunnestu at Kadobi Lodge Crafts, Hebron, CT!
Web site and all webset graphics on these pages by Nunyageya copyright 2006, 2007, 2008; 2009, 2010, etc. (the site)
(Basically,any page with this header and/or this signature is mine and if you use it elsewhere without my permission, I will get mean.)