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Alabama

My brethren, among the legends of my people it is told how a chief, leading the remnant of his people, crossed a great river, and striking his tipi-stake upon the ground, exclaimed, ‘A-la-ba-ma!’ This in our language means ‘Here we … Continue reading

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Strong Wind – a Native American Cinderella story

Strong Wind Once there was a great warrior named Strong Wind. He lived with his sister in a tent on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Strong Wind had an amazing power. He was able to make himself invisible. His … Continue reading

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