Hopi Indian Holding a Kachina Doll
The Hopi or "Peaceful People" are very industrious farmers and craftsmen. The Balhiknana Kachina is a beautiful specimen, which is a minature duplicate of Hopi Indian Dancers. Pub. by R.W. Fronske, Flagstaff, Ariz. Genuine Natural Color. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y.
Changing the Face of Medicine | FrancesOwl-Smith
Frances Owl-Smith, M.D., is the first woman of the Eastern Band Cherokee to become a physician, and a role model for her children and her tribe. She attended medical school as a mature student, inspired to set a good example for her young children, and has shaped her career in medicine to accommodate the needs of family life and fulfil her professional ambitions at the same time.
Visit These 12 Creepy Ghost Towns In Kentucky At Your Own Risk
When people think about ghost towns, the west usually comes to mind, but Kentucky has a few too. Here are 12 Bluegrass Ghost Towns that should be remembered.
Richard Henderson and the Transylvania Company
On March 17, 1775, Richard Henderson’s Transylvania Company purchased much of the land that is now Kentucky and Tennessee from the Cherokee through a treaty signed at Sycamore Shoals on the Watauga…
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