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NASA DOCUMENTARY NAVAJO ASTRONOMY
Astronaut John Herrington
The Mount Kearsage Indian Museum is approximately 40 min. from Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr.'s hometown of Derry N.H. It is located on beautiful Keararge Mountain and is an excellent museum, and educational/cultural center of Native American History.
Honoring Francis Medicine Story Talbot
PART 3 OF 3
ABENAKI NIGHT SKY LEGENDS
PART 1 OF 3
ENJOY THE SKIES FOR MILES AND MILES WE ARE ONE FAMILY ON THIS EARTH ALAN SHEPARD PROJECT
Beautiful Music For Browsing
The Story of the North Star
NASA KODY ENSLEY-ROBOTICS
"If we could just get everyone sitting down and listening to each other we could solve all our world's problems."
Francis "Medicine Story" Talbot
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LEARN FROM NATIVE AMERICANS AT NASA
NASA ENGINEER JOE CONNOLLY
1ST GRADE CONSTELLATION LESSONS
The Next Generation
PART 2 OF 3
This section is still underconstruction.
Our goal is to design a page on Native American Astronomy for each tribe that would like one so that the ancient stories of the universe can continue to be taught. Check back often to see new additions. Many thanks, Alan Shepard Project.
CELEBRATE INDIAN/NATIVE AMERICAN ASTRONOMY!
CREE ASTRONOMICAL TERMS
"We are earth people, on a spiritual journey to the stars. Our quest, our earth walk, is to look within, to know who we are, to see that we are connected to all things, that there is no separation, only in the mind." Lakota Seer
John Herrington For Kids
Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum Needs a New Roof! Here's how to donate:
GOFUNDME MKIM Raise the Roof Project
This museum has a database of past history and cultural skills that are necessary. The resources here are important to maintain so that those who require the knowledge have access to it. Please consider assisting in this goal that not only benefits the local N.H. community, the preservation of cultural knowledge in this museum is of benefit to all on earth today and benefits future generations.
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Honoring Peter "Bearded Turtle" Brodeur
More beautiful Music to enjoy! "Moon Dancer " by Marc Hicks to the right.... The next generation learns the stars to the left... and more on NASA Native American professionals below!
WELCOME TO THE NATIVE AMERICAN ASTRONOMY PAGE!