The Indian Community In Japan

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For most Indians living in Japan, this country is quite close in customs and culture as their own country. Of course, there are plenty of differences too – but if you learn to find what you want when you want it, you would be able to fight the feelings of exclusion and homesickness pretty well. […]


First Thankgiving And Pies

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In 1621, the Pilgrims and the Indians got together for three days of feast and celebration. The Wampanoags, a neighbor group of Indians brought the turkey and corn and the Pilgrims brought the pies. 12 selections. Everyone could choose their favorite kind. It had to be the pies that were the ‘hit’ of the feast. […]


America S Ancient Historical Hickory Trees

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In 1792, William Bartram reported in his book, Travels, the discovery of a native shagbark hickory nut that he called ‘Juglans exaltata.’ Today, shagbark hickory is called ‘Carya ovata.’ Bartram reported that this shagbark hickory grove was cultivated in groves by the Indians west of Augusta, Ga. Bartram documented that he saw 100 bushels of […]


Spending Time In The Wild Outdoors

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Chances are at one time or another as a child you pretended you were out on the range. Your best imaginary friend was your horse, and you stayed under the stars rustling the herd in. Now that you’re grown up, you can take a trip back in time, but instead of an imaginary experience, you […]


Pilgrim Trivia Teaching Tips

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How much do you know about the Mayflower, Pilgrims, and Wampanoag Indians? Here are some interesting facts about them. Before the Pilgrims hired her, the Mayflower was in the wine trade with France; before that, she was in the fish trade with Norway. It took the Mayflower 66 days to reach Massachusetts. There was one […]