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OL Letter forms Feb 09, 2018

Fifty “Facts” about the Tucson Artifacts

Fact #1. They are “old iron objects found outside Tucson in 1924.” Incredibly, this “fact” comes from the first sentence of the description of the Tucson Artifacts in the Arizona Historical Society’s catalogue, which is published on…

Hohokam Nov 08, 2017

The Hohokam, American Indians and Mesoamerica

      What You Thought You Knew about Southwest U.S. Indians is probably not right... Tucson Artifacts can shed light on American Indians The Tucson Artifacts bear reliable dates in the Christian calendar (560, 705,…

Red Man's Feb 28, 2017

Red Man’s Origin [E-book, mobi]

Here is the earliest and most authoritative version of the story of the origins and migrations of the Cherokee people, as recounted by a noted member of the Keetoowah Society and published in the Indian Chieftan newspaper in the…

Paul Russell Jul 14, 2014

An American Indian Cosmogony

An American Indian Cosmogony from the Tihanama Language Donald N. Yates Philosophy is not a concept often applied to Native American traditional knowledge except in a loose sense. Yet it seems a fruitful approach for understanding what…

Red Man's Origin: The Legendary Story of His Rise and Fall, His Victories and Defeats and the Prophecy of His Future Oct 02, 2013

October Giveaway for Registered Authors and Customers

This month we have three great prizes to give away here at Panther’s Lodge. We will be drawing three names from among our registered authors and account holders. If you are already registered or have purchased anything from us,…

Old Souls in a New World: The Secret History of the Cherokee Indians Sep 24, 2013

New Study Calls Cherokee History ‘Polite Fiction’

A new study published by Panther's Lodge calls the history of America's largest Indian nation "a polite modern fiction, one invented by 'anthropologists and other friends.'" The phrase echoes a chapter from the work of the late Vine Deloria…

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Fifty “Facts” about the Tucson Artifacts

Fact #1. They are “old iron objects found outside Tucson in 1924.” Incredibly, this “fact” comes from the first sentence of the description of the Tucson Artifacts in the Arizona Historical Society’s…


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The Hohokam, American Indians and Mesoamerica

      What You Thought You Knew about Southwest U.S. Indians is probably not right... Tucson Artifacts can shed light on American Indians The Tucson Artifacts bear reliable dates in…


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Red Man’s Origin [E-book, mobi]

Here is the earliest and most authoritative version of the story of the origins and migrations of the Cherokee people, as recounted by a noted member of the Keetoowah Society and published in the Indian…


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Are You 1/256th Cherokee? Perhaps 1/2048th? What Matters is Your Tribal Spirit

Becoming Indian by Circe Sturm appeared several years ago as a blue ribbon publication of The School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, N.M. It is likely to be used and cited widely by schoolteachers, tribal…


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