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Famous Thanksgiving Speeches


Free Resource (#696) - Nov. 24th, 2008
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3 Thanksgiving Proclamations

Start your week with a few quick Thanksgiving speeches on MP3 download from our friends at FreeAudio.org, featuring Governor William Bradford's Thanksgiving Proclamation (1623), President George Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation (1789), & President Abraham Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation (1863).

3 Thanksgiving Proclamations

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Native American Tales, Myths and Legends

The stories in this collection are drawn mainly from those tribes which lived in the northern and central areas of north america. These represent the linguistic groups gerneally referred to as Algonquian, Iroquois and Sioux. A final chapter covers the tales of the northwest pacific coast. Some legends tell of heroic men and women struggling against the giant forces of nature; others of mischievous animals like blue jay and coyote, or of perilous journeys and of the origins of traditional customs. Recited as part of religious ceremonial or simply as a form of entertainment, these tales were passed from parent to child as a way of explaining the present through the past.

This audiobook offers and ideal starting point for anybody with an interest in Native American culture and in the environment which shaped and nurtured it.

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