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Hey my name is katlynne i go to penta but my home school is rossford high school. i live with my boyfriend milo weve been together for 3 years. im 18 years old i have 2 tattoos and im going to get another one soon.  i have a kitten and his name is spunky even tho i wanted to name him gizmo but no i wasnt allowed. my favorite colors are orange, pink, blue, and i think thats all. and yeA thats all k bye! 




Works Cited
"Choctaw Indian." Google. 22 Mar. 2002. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://www.choctawindian.com/>.
Muskogean tribe also known as Chakchiuma, or Chatot, traces its roots to the Mississippi Valley and some parts of Alabama.
"Creek Indians." The Creek Indians. 22 Mar. 2002. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://www.creekindian.com/>.
The historical Creek, a union known as the Creek Confederacy was made out of the remains of the several separate tribes that occupied Georgia and Alabama in the American Colonial Period.
Martin, Ken. "History of the Cherokee Indians." 16 Mar. 1996. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://cherokeehistory.com/>.

When all was water, the animals lived above in Galunlati but it was very crowded and they wanted more room. Dayunisi, the little Water-beetle, offered to go see what was below the water. It repeatedly dived to the bottom and came up with soft mud eventually forming the island we call earth. The island was suspended by cords at each of the cardinal points to the sky vault, which is solid rock.


"Powhatan Indian Village." Powhatan Village. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://ab.mec.edu/jamestown/powhatan.html>.

The Powhatan Indian Village at Jamestown Settlement is representative of how the Powhatans were living at the time of the English colonization of Virginia. Larger villages where chiefs (werowances) lived, had such specialized structures such as a chief's house, a temple, storage buildings, individual wetus and perhaps a palisade.


"The Seminole Tribe of Florida." Seminoletribe.Com. 17 Nov. 2007. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://www.seminoletribe.com/>.
Tribes of Indians in Oklahoma began to be Christianized mainly through the efforts of the Southern Baptist Convention, Home Mission Board as early as 1846. Baptist missionaries came to the Oklahoma Creek and Oklahoma Seminole tribes in the 1870's.














  • Created by Gaea and her alone, later married her and had many children ( the titans, Cyclops, and three monsters)
  • His son Cronos castrated him
  • He either died from the wound or fled earth
  • Another offspring is Aphrodite (made from his severed male organs)
  • He was the first god of the heavens (sky)


  • god of underworld
  • ruler of sleeping and dead
  • known by many names-Hades, the Invisible One, the Unseen One
  • Also known as the Roman god Pluto
  • Had the Cyclops make him a magic helmet that makes the wearer invisible
  • Hades, and his bothers Zeus and Poseidon  drew lots to determine who would rule each region ( Hades got the Underworld)
  • Drew lots to determine who would rule what
  • Married Persephone(sort of)
  • He abducted his wife after getting approval by her father Zeus
  • Hades father- Cronos
  • Hades mother-
  • He was in charge of dealing out punishment and to prevent the dead from returning to earth


  • Zeus’s favorite son
  • God of light ( the sun)
  • God of archery and killed the giant serpent the Python
  • Apollo and his twin sister Artemis were born to Leto (a Titan goddess who was impregnated by Zeus during one of his numerous affairs.
  • the best musician (playing a lyre given to him by his half-brother Hermes), poet, philosopher, law maker and creator of legal institutions, a masterful physician, the god of prophecy, and a great scholar who always spoke the truth.
  • Then he killed Coronis, but suddenly regretting it, he saved the unborn child. Naming him Asclepius, he reared the child himself and trained him in the healing arts


  • God of war
  • Known as the Roman god Mars
  • Leader of men and lord of dance
  • Son of Zeus and Hera (the only one)
  • Disliked greatly by Zeus
  • Hera, with the help of a magical herb, had managed to "get herself pregnant" with the help of Zeus or any man, a process called parthenogenesis. (Note: Most myths name Ares as the son who was born as a result of this immaculate conception, but in some versions the son was Hephaestus.)
  • Hera had done this to even the score with her husband for having given birth to Dionysus by himself
  • Ares wasn't a great fighter and lost many of his battles, especially those involving his half-sister and arch-enemy Athena, who was the goddess of wisdom as well as the goddess of war
  • Ares represented war conducted "up close and personal", hand to hand combat, and the frenzy of battle and bloodlust. Athena and Zeus,  superbly rational,  favored "war at a distance", strategic planning, playing according to the "rules of the game", cold and calculating by comparison
  • Ares usually rode into battle accompanied by his two sons Phobos (Fear) and Daiemos (Panic) and many others
  • Ares never married, although he had over twenty lovers who bore him children. And apparently his love affairs weren't "overnighters" but were long lasting relationships because many of them bore him several children

  • Goddess of love, beauty, romance, and the arts.
  • It is not clear how the Greek goddess Aphrodite (also known as the Roman goddess Venus) came to be "sea-born". One legend was that Aphrodite was the daughter of the Titan Uranus, formed from his genitals that had been severed and tossed into the sea by his son Cronus who was in the process of usurping his father's throne
  • Zeus decided she must be married at once ("taken off the market", so to speak) and awarded the goddess to his son, Hephaestus, god of the forge
  • Aphrodite's most famous son was Eros, the god of love, who helped her with her work