Chris Harris

Chris Harris

Chris Harris Between 1776 and 1887, the United States seized over 1.5 billion acres from America’s indigenous people by treaty and executive order. The Invasion of America shows how by mapping every treaty and executive order during that period. It concludes with a map of present-day federal Indian reservations. invasionofamerica.ehistory.org https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10204332573494870&fref=nf

Thai Treatment of Hill Tribe Peoples, U.S. Treatment, Native Americans

Thai Treatment of Hill Tribe Peoples, U.S. Treatment, Native Americans

DEJA VU – THAI TREATMENT OF HILL TRIBE PEOPLES VIS-A-VIS U.S. TREATMENT OF NATIVE AMERICANS The Thai government is once again moving against the Hmong people at Wat Tham Krabok. A commentary on the Op-Ed page of the Bangkok Post states that “A community crackdown like the one under way at the temple would never be […]

Native Americans Origins News

Native Americans Origins News

Native Americans Origins News In the past few weeks there have been several updates in regards to information pertaining to the mysterious origins of Native Americans. Although, as usual, the new information is not definitive, it seemingly adds new possibilities which researchers will now attempt to evaluate in comparison to existing theory. The first piece […]

Native Americans From Mongolia?

Native Americans From Mongolia?

Native Americans from Mongolia? Dr Theodore Schurr, from the University of Pennsylvania has published DNA research that revealed genetic markers linking people living in Mongolia and southern Siberia, with indigenous populations in North America. A study of the mutations indicated a lineage shift between 13,000 and 14,000 years ago – when people are thought to have […]

Animal Sacrifices: (Like Native American), (Healing), (Appease Dabs)

Animal Sacrifices: (Like Native American), (Healing), (Appease Dabs)

Beginning Again: The Hmong and the United States Transition: Let’s step back for a minute from my culture and my individualistic needs and wants and learn a little about a culture that contrasts my own. For my project, I interviewed Steven Vang, Mai Vang (no relationship-just clan structure), Dr. Vang Xiong; attended two Hmong cultural […]