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Stephanie

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years ago

My name is Stephanie. I am a student at Penta Cereer Center. I first came here for Cosmetology. I am now in Business and Financial Services. My home school is North Baltimore High School.

 

 

Indian Projects:

"The Cooking Post." Delicious Foods and Recipes From. 1 Oct. 2007 <http://www.cookingpost.com/>.

This website tells you about Santa Ana Pueblo foods, coffee, tea, recipes and gifts. It also gives you different links to go to for many recipes for certian foods. It also gives you links for diferent coffees and teas to try out. It also gives you a recipe for chocolate and salsas. They also show you how to make fry bread. There are also links to gift packs and samplers. They also talk about processed meats and fish.

"American Indian Food." 25 Nov.-Dec. 2000. 1 Oct. 2007 <http://www.tahtonka.com/food.html>.

In this website, it talks about what the three sisters were. The three sisters are actually corn, beans and squash. It also gives you informaton about the Luxton Museum of the plains indians. In this website it also gives different links to different tribes. It also gives different tribel recipes and where they came from around North America. This website also gives you a place to put in your suggestions for food or recipes that you have.

Pueblo Indian Ancestors Came 20,000 Year Ago.” Albuquerque's Environmental Story. 2006.

In this website it shows different types of pictures of different type of things that happened over time. It also lets us know when everything was started. It has different sections. One of the sections is when the agriculture began. Then it talks about how the population begins to grow. Then it shows the tools that they used during their life. It also shows pictures of people with bird feathers on their heads at the end.

Eck, Pam. "APACHE, PUEBLO, ZUNI INDIANS." 15 Apr. 1998. 2 Oct. 2007 <http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/food.htm>.

In this website there are different links to go to different pages that contain information about indians and their different ways. There are links for their art. There is also one for their foods. They also have one for religion, and their children along with the legends. It also has a link for the vocabulary used in the readings. All of the links that I have found in this website is are located at the bottom of the page. Some of the websites don't show up at the bottom until you click on another link.

“Southwest Indians.” 2006. 2 Oct. 2007 <http://www.indians.org/articles/southwest-indians.html>.

In this website that I have found, at the right hand side of the web page, it has different link-words to click on. After clicking on the one you want, it will take you to a different page with infomation on the indian tribe that you have selected. At the beginning it gives you the basic information about the southwest indians. It also talks about how they made beautiful art during their times. It also gives you interesting facts for you to think of.

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Comments (7)

Anonymous said

at 10:08 am on Sep 26, 2007

the mayan writing is pretty cool looking. I really dont understand what any of it is. I like the color that you used for the back ground.

Anonymous said

at 11:08 am on Sep 26, 2007

i think there could be more pictures then color. i'm not sure if i understand it. overall i think you did really good.

Anonymous said

at 1:36 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I think that mayan writting is really cool.I think that your slideshow is really neat and interesting.

Anonymous said

at 1:37 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I like the colors and pics u used to.

Anonymous said

at 1:51 pm on Sep 26, 2007

First off, the background is beautiful! Mayan writing is awesome looking! I wish i could understand it, overall this is a very good slideshow!

Anonymous said

at 1:56 pm on Sep 26, 2007

there was alot of cool pictures in this show. i liked the background. it taught me alot.

Anonymous said

at 2:24 pm on Sep 28, 2007

I really dont get what anything is. But i do remember u. You were in my cos. class in the beginging of the year.

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