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  • EXHIBITION: Quileute separate fact from fiction for ‘Twilight’ fans | American Indian News Service
    were more images to answer more questions Brotherton thinks the drawings show how alive the culture was to the Quileute children in 1905 1909 Clearly these kids were watching wolf dances even if it was outlawed and only being done privately The exhibition doesn t dwell on the books and movies that prompted it except to show Quileute objects or types of tribal objects that have appeared in the films The movie character Emily who is supposed to be Makah wears a carved paddle necklace like those commonly worn by the Quileute the Makah and other tribes in the area A replica of a deer hide drum borrowed by the film crew from a Quileute girl is on display And a dream catcher featured in the movies is not Quileute at all but is made more coastal Indian by the inclusion of beach glass and a wolf charm Twilight has drawn tourists from all over the world to the Quileute reservation about a four hour drive west of Seattle in a rainy corner of Washington state Rather than closing their borders the Quileute have let the world in to the Wednesday night drum and dance circle where they teach their culture to their children Instead of focusing on the liberties Stephenie Meyer took in making up a fictional culture for a tribe and naming it Quileute the Quileute have focused on getting more of their youth to dance to know their songs and practice the culture that makes them distinct in the entire world When we do our dances we carry our families we dance to represent our families Penn Charles said We dance all together as one and never turn away anyone from dancing The elders don t like it when only certain people go up to dance If someone wants to dance we let them all dance If they have a shawl we bring them out and always bring extra shawls One of the Quileute youth told Brotherton that if he were making the Twilight movies he would have put a lot of Quileute culture in because it s a great culture I think there is a real intelligence among Quileute kids Brotherton said that Twilight is Hollywood and Hollywood does what it wants to do but they know who they are By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word Document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas

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  • ART: One man’s interest helps save ancient art | American Indian News Service
    Indian s Expressive Arts Program at www americanindian si edu icap recipients html By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi April 2010 M T W T F S S Feb Jun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the earth and sea

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  • ARTS: Jungen’s farfetched animals stretch the imagination | American Indian News Service
    lives in a society where white plastic chairs and green garbage cans can be the backdrop of imagination By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi February 2010 M T W T F S S Dec Apr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the

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  • PEOPLE: Mary G. Ross blazed a trail in the sky as a woman engineer in the space race | American Indian News Service
    her mark in outer space She told the interviewer I think of myself as applying mathematics in a fascinating field Another article from the time noted that Ross who had yet to see a rocket blast off believed that women would make wonderful astronauts But she said I d rather stay down here and analyze the data Ross retired from Lockheed at age 65 in 1973 and turned her attention to the next generation of Native Americans and women in engineering To function efficiently you need math she said later in life The world is so technical if you plan to work in it a math background will let you go farther and faster One of the few regrets she ever mentioned was that she had spent so much of her life apart from Indian people At 96 Ross was looking ahead again to the long anticipated Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian In the opening procession she stepped out of her electric wheelchair on the National Mall in Washington D C and walked for half a block She felt she was a part of history being made again said friend Norbert Hill By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle

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  • MUSIC: Sky’s the limit for blues musician Derek Miller | American Indian News Service
    of the story you think the man is going to make a choice of killing her and her lover Miller said It s dark with songs leading up to that and you don t know whether it s murder suicide or just murder in the end To Miller it s Americana or it s Native Americana really For his new album Miller is sporting his black hair cut short and slicked back like his hero Wray in the 1950s Miller never met Wray who died in 2005 at 76 But he talks about starring in a Wray biopic Whether a movie ever gets produced Miller is the latest in a long line of musicians to take inspiration from Wray Like The Kinks Bob Dylan Jimmy Page Pete Townshend Jimi Hendrix and Neil Young many of whom are lobbying for Wray to be put in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Miller aims to ride his inspiration to the sky When I think of Link Wray I am an eagle and I let the wind blow me where it may Miller says That is the freedom that encompasses Native America It encompasses what America was trying to do when it borrowed our constitution our freedom of creativity It is the freedom of inspiration to let your mind travel like an eagle By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All

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  • MUSIC: Jazz sax in a Native key | American Indian News Service
    jazz but also her talent which allows her to play with the big cats She can play the fat sound of Cannonball Adderley he said She can play any style of jazz All the things people love from all time from different jazz records Synstelien said She can do it right with all the required soul and passion Visit Cassity s website at www sharelcassity com Hear Cassity lead her own band on alto saxophone at www youtube com watch v hL9zehYBITc feature related Hear Cassity on soprano saxophone with the Diva Jazz Orchestra at www youtube com watch v 5Mtq7ytBrcc Listen to Pettiford at www youtube com watch v F9Ji8VAceLk feature related By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi April 2010 M T W T F S S Feb Jun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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  • MUSIC: Native American school band rocks the oldies – and the ancients | American Indian News Service
    debut of the song came at the Smithsonian s National Museum of the American Indian with Cournoyer playing the cedar flute Yellow Fat singing and the band playing It is the band teacher s prayer that her students as the ancient song says will learn to walk with victory instead of fear I want them to know that this world is bigger than they think it is and that they are capable of so much more than they think they are Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi December 2009 M T W T F S S Nov Feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate

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  • MUSIC: Roots of the blues go deep into shared Native and African American history | American Indian News Service
    innovations by bringing together sensibilities from two ancient and beloved continents By eating out of the same pot delicious cultural fusions arise such as gumbo and the blues View the exhibition online at www nmai si edu exhibitions indivisible or buy the book at www nmai si edu subpage cfm subpage shop second books third IndiVisible Hendrix at Woodstock By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi December 2009 M T W T F S S Nov Feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger

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