Okay, I'm bad. I passed the whole month of November without make a post. On November 4th I flew to Newcastle (that's in the UK) to work for a week. A continuation of a project I'm working on with people from different parts of the world.
I still am hoping some of you will post here or volunteer to author. Or email something to me to help out.
I found another blog for you to check out. It's done by the Cherokee Heritage Center.
They have a living history village and other offerings at the center.
You could also check out their web site:
I have an ironic kind of funny for you. Recently my sister and her family were trying to solve a puzzle from a catalog she receives. It was a treasure hunt for which you would follow the clues. You had to collect letters of a certain color in order. Then once you had then all you were to read them backwards. It was the name of a man. I looked at the letters they'd already collected and realized I recognized the name. It was Elias Boudinot. The funny thing is it's not the Elias Boudinot whose name I associated as the editor of the Cherokee Phoenix it was a different man of the same name. His family has a history of preserving documents and he of being the first President of the United States before it was the United States. I wonder now if this is a coincidence. Maybe you can help?
Here's a page on the Cherokee Phoenix Elias Boudinot
And here's the other Elias Boudinot