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February 3, 2010

Jacksonville News: Native American Day: Education About Preservation of Sites and Culture

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Jacksonville News

Native American Day: Education About Preservation of Sites and Culture
education preservation native american sites culture day about
date: Sat, Mar 13, 2010 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
location: Jacksonville, AL 36265
On the Square in Jacksonville!
cost: $0 + This educational event is free to the public. Bring your kinds out for a day of fun!
more info: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php#!/group.php?gid=268415789931&ref=mf

Jacksonville News: Native American Day: Education About Preservation of Sites and Culture

Filed under: Uncategorized — weavercat @ 8:44 pm

Jacksonville News

Native American Day: Education About Preservation of Sites and Culture
education preservation native american sites culture day about
date: Sat, Mar 13, 2010 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
location: Jacksonville, AL 36265
On the Square in Jacksonville!
cost: $0 + This educational event is free to the public. Bring your kinds out for a day of fun!
more info: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php#!/group.php?gid=268415789931&ref=mf

February 2, 2010

Facebook: Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

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Facebook | Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama <—click for further details—<

Basic Info

Name:
Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama
Category:
Common Interest – Current Events
Description:
Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

— The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama.

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Facebook: Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

Filed under: Uncategorized — weavercat @ 2:18 am

Facebook | Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama <—click for further details—<

Basic Info

Name:
Movement to Preserve Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama
Category:
Common Interest – Current Events
Description:
Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama

Alabama Needs YOUR HELP: Protect Sacred Prehistoric Sites

The people and culture of Alabama need your help. Alabama has NO laws to protect prehistoric Native American sites. Prehistoric culture is being destroyed and it must stop. Please help by joining people from all over the world to appeal to the Alabama legislature to add a bill or law in Alabama’s Constitution to protect prehistoric sites and educate our children of the future. Alabama has a rich cultural history and it must be preserved. We must act and educate now! Within the past weeks, January 18 – January 21, 2010, a mound was destroyed in Oxford, Alabama.

Alabama’s Native American Culture is an intricate, fundamental, and important element of Alabama’s history that must be kept alive.

— The Movement for Education and Preservation of Native American Sacred Sites and Culture in Alabama.

Privacy Type:
Open: All content is public.

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Click through for further details

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