Walk Around Turtle Island September issue now on line!
Dennis Vieira, author of the recently published Totem Animals: A Lecture: presents the monthly online magazine Walk Around Turtle Island (formerly Do You Know?) It is an informative website on Native Americans, and North American Wildlife. Go to:
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Do You Know!?; Featured Next Month!; Kachinas; Native Words this month!;
Native Words (Additional);
Andre's Sea folk; Totems by guest columnist Cie Simurro~Thunderbird Starwoman; At The Navajo Nation Zoo; Breath Through Blowhole; Consider This…; Craft Project!; Deer Isle: Maine. It's Fauna and Flora over the Seasons of Year; Finned Ones; Frog Folk; From the Black Lodge Native American Monsters; Furry Folk; Hočąk (Winnebago) Mythology; In the Night…; Native American Food Ingredients;
September Issue topics
What is the name for this "moon month" for September in Haida?
Check the feature: Through the Moons: (The Native American 13month Calendar of the Year)
2018 List of Pow-Wows, Socials, and Special Events
Published by the Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness, Inc.
(Native event listings for September to November.)
Talking Stick (Editor's Comment)
Plenty Basket: Extra!
Recipes featured this month!
Chicken Tostadas with Mango and Avocado
Triple-Spiced Pear Bread
Do You Know!?: (Spider);
At The Navajo Nation Zoo: TARANTULA
Wingeds; Flying Jewels: North American Hummingbirds;
Native American Food Ingredients #40. SULPHUR SHELF (Polyporus sulphureus) or CHICKEN-OF-THE-
Plenty Basket: September a "Mixed Bag" month for foods!
(What?!): What?! Sperm whales will steal fish from long lining fishermen?!
(What?!): What?! A beached Sperm Whale corpse can violently erupt (explode)?!
Kachinas: Kahaila/Turtle Kachina
Plant Persons; Hummingbird plants used by Native Americans Part Seven: Thistles; Sunflower family (Asteraceae)
Turtle Folk: "Cold Stun" Sea Turtle Strandings
Premier of new Native Words Additional series!: N.A. Northeast Fall and Winter
Featured Next Month!
Next Issue October
Hopefully ready by or before, third week October