December 10, 2012 -- Submitted by Gregory Drambour, a reader from Sedona, AZ --The Magic Kingdom!, who is affiliated with the site.
I wasn’t sure if this special series of stories I am writing might have a place on your wonderful site but I thought I would submit the link and find out! The series is about the very special relationship between a shaman and his four year old daughter! It talks about magical things like “Fairy people” and “Rain Drop People” showing the importance that everything has life in the native american tradition.
October 16, 2008 -- From Donald, a reader, from Chatsworth, California, who is affiliated with the site.
Great American Documents is a new website presenting the full wordage from many of the documents and speeches that helped shape American history.
According to the webmaster, The site focuses on material that elevated freedom and liberty. We hope Americans enjoy them and are inspired, he added.
Among the eighteen documents currently covered is the final draft of Abraham Lincolnï¿½s Emancipation Proclamation and Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s Declaration of Sentiments from the first women’s rights convention in 1848 held in Seneca Falls, New York.
Speeches now include those delivered by Patrick Henry, Frederick Douglass, William Jennings Bryan, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, Martin Luther King and fourteen others.
July 8, 2006 -- From Ariadne , a teacher, from US, who is affiliated with the site.
Animal Tribe for children 7-12 is a fantastic interactive reading curriculum teaching children about animal totems and indigenous cultures.
May 20, 2001 -- From Paul, a reader from St. Paul, MN, USA who is affiliated with the site
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