Monday, November 7, 2011

♥Thanksgiving♥ Not An Immigrant's Holiday!

My Mother told me that Thanksgiving was an "American Holiday". She said; it was not an immigrants holiday. Her Parents didn't arrive in America until the 1900's and on my Father's side, about 1880, NYC. When she was a kid, they used to go trick or treating on Thanksgiving!

I wonder if immigrants nowadays, consider Thanksgiving a holiday?

Sign the 2011 DREAM Act Petition

Thanksgiving Day wikipedia

Editor's Note
Just a reminder. Kossack, Navajo is having a fundraiser in her diary, (Hidden America:
Children of the Plains),
in order to get the People of the Pine Ridge Native American Indian Reservation
fuel and heaters for the extremely cold and snowy winters of S. Dakota. 20/20 Special still available on google search.
You said to share it, so I am♥♥

Also, Kossack, AndyT Is Asking People To Send Donations for the new food pantry on the Cheyenne River NThanksgiving-The Hostory Channel ative American Indian Reservation (Population Total-8,470 in 2000)
Okaciyap (We Help) Food Pantry Fri Oct 21, 2011 by Kossack, AndyT

Okiciyap website provided by Kossack, betson08 (Cold, Hungry and Sick: Winter in Indian Country)

Tribal Government Council Representative Office
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
P.O. Box 590
2001 Main Street
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Native American Indian Spiritual Music Ceremony to Mother Earth

♥Morning Song♥

Southwest Indian Children's Fund

Welcome to the Rez Mon Nov 07 2011 by Kossack, Ojibwa for Native American Netroots

Native American Wisdom Quotes

Comanche Nation College

Filing FAFSA, Federal Financial Aid Applications Frequently Asked Questions

Comanche Nation Fair

7 Generations For Native Americans In Maine And New Hampshire
North Conway, NH 03860
(603) 447-6382

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