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“Largest mass hanging in United States history”

“Largest mass hanging in United States history”

“Largest mass hanging in United States history” 38 Santee “Sioux” Indian men Mankato, Minnesota, Dec. 16, 1862 303 Indian males were set to be hanged What brought about the hanging of 38 Sioux Indians in Minnesota December 26, 1862 was the failure “again” of the U.S. Government to honor it’s treaties with Indian Nations. Indians […]

Hmong American History Timeline

Hmong American History Timeline

Hmong American History Timeline By Kao-Ly Yang, Ph.D. Join the Free Group of Discussion Teaching Hmong Culture and Language “Wherever countries we may live either in the East, in the Southeast or in the West, whatever word we may use to call ourselves, either “Miao”, “Hmong”(Hmoob), “Mong”(Moob), or “Méo”, we all shall remember and cherish […]

Buddhists, Native Americans: Similar history, beliefs, world events

Buddhists, Native Americans: Similar history, beliefs, world events

Tibetan Buddhists And Native Americans Find Common Ground In Montana Tibetan lama Tulku Sang-Ngag Rinpoche has placed a 24-foot-tall Buddhist statue of Yum Chenmo, the Great Mother of Wisdom and Compassion, on a Montana Native American reservation as part of his planned “Garden of 1000 Buddhas” project to promote world peace. Though Native Americans see […]

Diaspora and the Predicament of Origins: Hmong History and Identity

Diaspora and the Predicament of Origins: Hmong History and Identity

Diaspora and the Predicament of Origins: Interrogating Hmong Postcolonial History and Identity Abstract This paper examines two basic issues that have been of major concern to the Hmong in the diaspora: (1). What is their historical and geographic origin; and (2) are the Hmong part of the Miao nationality in China, and should they accept being […]