August 19, 2008

Crater of Diamonds, Arkansas

Posted in Pre-Colonial History tagged , , , , , at 7:50 pm by Kendal

Craters of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas

There are just some things that is uniquely American. (somethings we like to claim and some we would like to hide from public view)  The Crater of Diamonds is truly a gem in this world.  This is a very unique state park that has a various history as once a private owned Diamond Mine. Now it is available to all the public to search for the lost treasures that was brought from the center of the earth millions of years ago. (yes, there is very recent finds here) 

The park does not just stop with searching for Diamonds as there is campgrounds, swimming pools, and other things to do.

So bring a shovel and search for a treasure.

Visit there website, Click here


August 14, 2008

Russell Cave, Alabama

Posted in Pre-Colonial History, Prehistoric America tagged , , , , at 1:06 am by Kendal

Bridgeport, Alabama

To find pre-colonial america and to to find pre-historic america, you usually do not have to look far as the details are in every state of the union.  There are some very old history hidden in caves and the writings/artifacts tell us a story long before we could imagine.  

10,000 years of history from 6500 BC to 1650 AD is to be told at this cave.  

Every year there is a Native American Festival in this area and also Park Rangers give demonstrations of pre-historic tools. 

With history like this, it gives a entire different meaning to the term; Old South.

January 13, 2008

Cherokee, NC,Pre-Colonial History and Musem

Posted in Musem/Art/Other, Pre-Colonial History at 8:51 pm by Kendal


Cherokee North Carolina

The Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians is located in an area of the Cherokee Mountains. With many museums, out door dramas, and the Native American village there is always something to do in the area. The Cherokee website is definitely worth a look and has many cultural teachings on the website. to outdoor drama to the Oconaluftee Native American Village to Cherokee Museum

January 10, 2008

Santa Fe, New Mexico, Historical City

Posted in Historical City, Pre-Colonial History at 11:28 am by Kendal

santa fe 

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe was originally occupied by Pueblo Indian villages with founding dates between 1050 and then by the Spanish in the 1500s. Santa Fe has many unique historical points of interest and due to its rich history, it is worth a visit.,_New_MexicoTourist and Information site for visits to Santa Fe

January 7, 2008

Smithsonian Museum / Smithsonian Institute, Museum, Art and Other

Posted in Historical Sites, Musem/Art/Other, Pre-Colonial History at 9:51 pm by Kendal


Washington D.C.With a colorful history the USA plays host to a unique culture experience stretching many centuries. The museum is divided into smaller musems for easier navigation and most parts are a free visit. This is also a global research center so not only does it house one of the greatest collections but one of the most unique research centers. Community Museum, Arts and Industries Building, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center , National Museum of African Art, National Museum of American History, Behring Center, National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of the American Indian, National Portrait Gallery, National Postal Museum, National Zoological Park,Smithsonian American Art Museum and its Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution Building, the Castle

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