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Artist Spotlight:: Smoke Signals Peace Pipes

My friend in Taos Pueblo Dean Johnson is a world-class pipe maker and I would like to help support him during these trying times.

"Native Peace Pipes - Located in the beautiful town plaza of Taos, New Mexico, Smoke Signals is owned and Operated by Taos Pueblo Native Dean “Little Lake” Johnson. “Little Lake” peace pipes are made to be used, but the beautiful and unique craftsmanship involved makes each pipe a work of art on its own. Many of Little Lake’s pipes are featured in art galleries across the United States, some have found their way into film actors’ and Actresses’ private collections, not to mention into the hands of many pipe aficionados."

Dean “Little Lake” Johnson is a renowned pipe maker and craftsman who has shown his “practical fine art” in numerous museums and galleries worldwide. For over fifteen years, Little Lake has mastered his pipemaking and crafts unique designs representing a variety of animals and birds sacred to the Native American culture. He also crafts unique contemporary pipes, traditional Minnesota pipestone peace pipes.

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The pipe bowls are crafted using Minnesota pipestone, various alabasters, soapstones, and basalt. The stems are made from juniper-cedar which offers a truly unique cedar after-taste. Little Lake Peace Pipes are crafted to used, but are also a part of many private fine art and Native American art collections. Little Lake is a registered member of Taos Pueblo and all of his pipes are made at his home on the Pueblo where he lives with his daughter.

https://smokesignalstaos.com

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The Invisible Tribe "What a Man Can't Know, the Eagle Sees

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"I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me." ~Author Ralph Ellison 1952

In his first novel, The Invisible Tribe, Adrian Roman embarks on a formidable quest, namely, writing socially responsible fiction in an America blind to the plight of its indigenous people.

My editor, Pat Wick offers this preview:

"The Invisible Tribe is a modern murder/mystery/thriller set in the Choctaw Nation. The people choose martial arts master John Wilkerson Tall Bear to lead their fight against systemic racism, governmental corruption and the sinister villain Steppenwolf. Elvis fans are left wondering, why? Rooted in Durant, Oklahoma, the battle extends from Talihina in the north to Dallas in the south and touches countless small towns in-between.

The action, political intrigue and surprising plot twists of the original have been streamlined for a more engaging read. Lively characters and realistic dialogue promote Native identity as a means to survive and thrive. As it champions Choctaw full bloods and their ancestors, The Invisible Tribe urges future generations to find worth in a more simple way of life."

You and your friends can send $20 to paypal.me/chieftian for an autographed copy!

"I had participated in an American Indian Ceremonial sweat last weekend and experienced a vision, so I thought. My vision was a strange one, if in fact that is what it was. In my vision, I saw an ancient Roman Solider and an American Indian Warrior riding on horseback side by side on a mountain top. I saw a herd of buffalo in a valley surrounded by lush woodlands. Leading the herd is a magnificent white buffalo. The Sacred White Buffalo is significant among American Indian culture. Were the two warriors on a buffalo hunt together? In my vision, I noticed red streaks down the flank of the White Buffalo. Had he been wounded? This would have been a tragedy for the birth of a white buffalo happens once in a lifetime. Then my vision faded away." ~John Wilkerson Tall Bear

Adrian RomanThe Invisible Tribe is a fictional book about how the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has ignored its people with substantial Indian blood. The Nation has turned its back on the Indian philosophy and ancient’s way of their people. Corruption and greed for money and how to accumulate great wealth is the order of the day. It tells about the tragic journey of a small group of full blood Choctaw Indians who began to feel discriminated against and are outcast within their own tribe. They began to unite in small Indian churches and form an underground movement to create a new full blood tribe. The mission of this organization Chahta Amoma Atokoli (Choctaw full bloods) is to get their new tribe federally recognized.

They select a leader; John Wilkerson Tall Bear and their journey begins. Thru events and murders of some of their members they march on the Choctaw Capital and take the Chief of the Choctaw hostage. Misdeeds are discovered and the current Chief of the Choctaw Nation falls from grace.

Through events he orchestrates Tall Bear along with a trusted friend and a pretty half Indian Senator name Rachel Jim, he becomes Chief of the Choctaws. The 200,000 member tribe is reduced to 20,000 members by installing a higher blood quantum requirement to become a member. He begins taking care of his people where the former Chief looked the other way. For the first time members began receiving dividends checks from the casino money.

Through ceremonial sweats, a mystical visitor from the past helps John Wilkerson Tall Bear begin to instill the ancient ways and honor back into the modern day tribe of Choctaw Indians.

The Native American Sargent York you've never heard of..!

Joseph Oklahombi The most decorated soldeier from Oklahoma during WW1Please share this Facebook post to help us secure the Medal of Honor for Mr. Joseph Oklahombi! We are beginning a call to have Mr. Joseph Oklahombi posthumously recognized for the Medal of Honor!

Joseph Oklahombi (Choctaw) was the most decorated soldier from Oklahoma during WW1. His amazing exploits surpass even Sgt. York's even while being almost exactly the same, and a few days apart from each other.

At 23 years old he ran behind an enemy machine gun installation that was mowing down his comrades. As an expert hunter he was able to run across a series of barbed wire baracades and he pinned down over 250 German soldiers. After killing 79, the remaining 171 gave up.

His citation for the Croix de Guerre reads:

"Under a violent barrage, [Pvt. Oklahombi] dashed to the attack of an enemy position, covering about 210 yards through barbed-wire entanglements. He rushed on machine-gun nests, capturing 171 prisoners. He stormed a strongly held position containing more than 50 machine guns, and a number of trench mortars. Turned the captured guns on the enemy, and held the position for four days, in spite of a constant barrage of large projectiles and of gas shells. Crossed no man's land many times to get information concerning the enemy, and to assist his wounded comrades."

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