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    not another canadian, eh?

    Jk

    welcome!!! Happy posting!
    The only time its too late to start dancing is when you're dead.

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    • #3
      :Wave
      sigpicMITAKUYE OYASIN... "then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all , and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world . and while i stood there I saw more than I can tell . and I Under Stood more then I saw . for I Was Seeing in a Sacred manner the Shapes of All . Hehaka Sapa. dec 1863-aug 17 or 19 , 1950.. listen online TO KILI 90.1 FM porcupine butte

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      • #4
        Welcome! ;)
        Everything is gonna be alright!

        Be blessed - got love???

        This b me.....

        www.myspace.com/akayo

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          Hello and Welcome :rating10: :e11: :secrets:
          In Loving Memory of Allen Alberts Sr.
          March 1, 1945 to February 16, 2005
          R.I.P Daddy
          ~~~~~~~~~~~~
          As long as you keep a person down, some part of you is down there to hold that person down. So you don't soar higher than you want.



          ~~~CutHead Band of Sioux~~~


          ~~Native Pride~~


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          • #6
            Hello,
            My name is Yvey Perez, Taino tribe. I am doing research for the Native American Committee for the Indianapolis location of our agency Defense Finance and Accounting Service. I have been trying to research the new exhibit called “Voices: Native American Women in the U.S. Armed Forces” I know it featured six main woman that it profiled. I believe woman are:

            1) SPC Lori Piestewa, Hopi, U.S. Army. of the Iraqi conflict. First known native american woman to die in combat defending the U.S.
            2) LTC Brenda Finnicum, U.S. Army, a Lumbee, served in the Army Nurse Corps 1978 - 2000
            3) PFC Minnie Spotted Wolf, Blackfoot, U.S Marine Corps Women’s Reserve 1943 - 1945
            4) SrA Iva Good Voice Flute, U.S. Air Force, currently still serving.
            5) BrigGen LaRita Aragon, Cherokee and Choctaw, Air National Guard, first native woman to achieve the rank of general and is currently still serving.

            6)?????

            Who is the sixth woman? I can't find her name listed anywhere on the internet. If my list is incomplete, erroneous or needs revising in any way, please, correct me. In addition, I tried to put why I thought the woman was chosen especially to be honored. Some I don't have the information yet. If you can fill in what I am missing?? Any assistance you can give would be extremely helpful.

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            • #7
              Re: hello out there

              Originally posted by owzownimikique
              how is everyone? :)
              :flowers: Welcome Aboard!!!
              Have fun!!!
              I'm from initials CA but it's not Canada. It's California!!

              So Greetings from Cali!! :sunny!:
              If there ain't soccer in heaven ~ I ain't going!!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pecas
                Hello,
                My name is Yvey Perez, Taino tribe. I am doing research for the Native American Committee for the Indianapolis location of our agency Defense Finance and Accounting Service. I have been trying to research the new exhibit called “Voices: Native American Women in the U.S. Armed Forces” I know it featured six main woman that it profiled. I believe woman are:

                1) SPC Lori Piestewa, Hopi, U.S. Army. of the Iraqi conflict. First known native american woman to die in combat defending the U.S.
                2) LTC Brenda Finnicum, U.S. Army, a Lumbee, served in the Army Nurse Corps 1978 - 2000
                3) PFC Minnie Spotted Wolf, Blackfoot, U.S Marine Corps Women’s Reserve 1943 - 1945
                4) SrA Iva Good Voice Flute, U.S. Air Force, currently still serving.
                5) BrigGen LaRita Aragon, Cherokee and Choctaw, Air National Guard, first native woman to achieve the rank of general and is currently still serving.

                6)?????
                I used to know B. Gen Aragon when she was a Colonel. I served my 6 years at the same base. Thats cool. Didn't know she made Brig General. didn't even know she native either. Interesting.

                Well, good luck finding the info u need.
                The only time its too late to start dancing is when you're dead.

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