Terra Trevor

Native American Heritage Month Braided With Thanksgiving

ICTMN Staff
11/14/11

On the River, Blood, and Corn blog Terra Trevor, of Cherokee, Delaware and Seneca ancestry, discusses Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month from a Native American's perspective. In the blog she relates a story about her 7-year-old son making a headdress out of construction paper in class. “Have you ever seen an Eagle with pink and purple feathers?” he asks her. Read the full blog at Riverbloodandcorn.blogspot.com.

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Submitted by memej on
Thank you for writing what is in my heart. My children and I don't celebrate thanks giving, but our extended family does. My husband and all the rest consider it a family get together, without any understanding or.consideration of what it represents.
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