Native American Indians At The Pow-Wow..

At The Pow-Wow

Did You Know ….?

“Countless Indian words have become a part of the English language. Just a few of these include: barbecue, cannibal, caribou, chipmunk, chocolate, cougar, hammock, hurricane, mahogany, moose, opossum, potato, skunk, squash, toboggan and woodchuck.”

I had the privilege of attending a Pow-Wow in Northern Michigan. It is a beautiful ceremony of the Native American Indian. Searching for a quotation for the back of the note card, I found the one above, about countless Indian words which are part of our English language. I didn’t know that, did you? Perhaps the one who receives your message on this note card will enjoy the information too.

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American Indians At The PowWow

Printed by me on my home computer and printer on quality, glossy photo paper. An envelope is included $1.95 Plus shipping Purchase any 6 note cards-Get One Free 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 (6+1)

$1.95

By maryannetuck

The future is right ahead of me and new projects seem to beckon... Friends and memories of times past remain with me today. I love to share my stories along with comments and opinions (of course) of today's challenges. Photography is my hobby and opportunities to capture the scenes before me are mine for the taking. Born and raised in Michigan, the peaceful woods and wildlife trails have always attracted me. Graduating from high school in the early fifties, college was of no interest to me. I have learned one important fact about life; whover decided when a person becomes "old"...didn't know what they were talking about...My theory is; you're as old as you think you are....(I'm thinking about it..haven't decided yet.)

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