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Happy Monday >>click the link in bio to shop handmade and vintage jewelry. *if you can't find items in my Etsy shop, that items are sold out or not for sale. Ship worldwide. #ecodesignproject #handmade #jewelry #etsy #boho #hippie #gypsy #armcandy #beadwork #fashion #ootd #southwestern #dreamcatcher #nativeamerican #navajo #vintage #oneofakind #armparty #jewelryoftheday

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** 後頭部はいつもごちゃついてます。 #beamsboy #navajo

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the eagle lives here smooth vivid Navajo slot Antelope Canyon

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On sale this week for $189.00 including a 44% off -lightning special on TurquoiseandGems.com - link in my profile @turquoiseandgems . . . Genuine Ben Touchine, Navajo, sterling cuff. For a Small wrist - measurements and details on the full description on the website. @turquoiseandgems the link is in my INstagram bio - find it in the bracelet section or enter "Ben Touchine" in the search bar on TurquoiseandGems.com . . Can leave it Vintage looking or polish like new, your choice please specify as an order note when checking out . . #cuff #turquoisecuff #handmadecuff #Navajo #Navajojewelry #NativeAmericanJewelry #special #Monday #turquoise #turquoiseoverdiamonds #sterling #sterlingsilver #turquoise #turquoisejewelry #turquoisebracelet

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かっちょいい車の灰皿があったのでアクセサリーと一緒に撮ってみたけど雰囲気作るの難しい、、 #indianjewelry #navajo #naja

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This week starts off our 2017 Annual Food Runs. We wish our volunteers well as they drive the hundreds of miles south bringing food, firewood, supplies and yarn to the Navajo Elders of Oljato and Navajo Mountain —— A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has adopted an Elder, donated to our various programs and volunteered countless hours at the wear house. We could not do this without you. —— For more information on becoming a food run volunteer or donating to AANE please contact us at mail@anelder.org or visit our website at anelder.org

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The Upper Antelope Canyon AZ 🇺🇸 It was a long drive to get here from Las Vegas to see this Canyon not to mention the flight from London to San Diego, stayed the night then on the plane again from SAN to LAS the following day but it was worth the travel everytime. The site can get busy with tourists and photographers. There was also a storm brewing nearby and sand were being blown down the canyon. We did a Prime Time tour for the best light possible and shot handheld. This image was from a multiple shoots panorama. The next time I visit will be with a photography tour to be able to stretch a tripod, but can be very expensive..... Sony a7rII | TSE 24mm #upperantelopecanyon #antelopecanyon #az #page #arizona #usa #america #unitedstates #nature #travelphotography #travelling #roadtrip #red #canyon #wanderlust #natgeotravel #ngtuk #bucketlist #travels #tlpicks #passionpassport #lpm #lp #bpmag #explore #orange #planetearth #navajo #naturalwonder #theglobewanderer

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@Regrann from @billyragingwolf - In order to understand Queen Liliuokalani's reign, we should first get an understanding of what Hawaii was like at the time. Hawaiian King Kamehameha conquered and united the Hawaiian Islands in 1810, establishing the Kingdom of Hawaii. By this time, many white missionaries and settlers from America were already flocking to Hawaii. American missionaries attempted to Westernize the islands, while other settlers commercialized the islands by getting involved in business and the profitable sugar trade. In 1875, Hawaii and the U.S. signed a Reciprocity Treaty that allowed free trade of Hawaiian sugar to the U.S. The Hawaiian sugar merchants became wealthier and more powerful and began asserting themselves in Hawaiian politics. Also during this time, Hawaii's rulers, including Liliu's brother, King Kalakaua, became embroiled in corruption. The non-native minority was tired of listening to a king. A white militia group called the Honolulu Rifles forced King Kalakaua to sign the Bayonet ConPaion. This stripped away many of the King's powers, forced white businessmen into the royal cabinet, and limited native voting rights. After this, only literate rich men could vote, which disenfranchised most of Hawaii's native population. This was the state of Hawaii when Liliuokalani took the throne in 1891. The Takeover Queen Liliuokalani immediately sought ways to undo the Bayonet Constitution. Unsurprisingly, this angered the wealthy white faction, who did not want the monarch to regain any powers. To make matters worse, just before she took the throne, the U.S. passed the McKinley Tariff, which ended free trade for the sugar merchants. The loss of sugar profits sent the islands into a recession. Powerful businessmen realized the best way to get another preferential trade agreement was for Hawaii to become part of the U.S. Plus, they could get rid of the monarchy they detested. #polynesia #nativeamerican #hawaii #colonisation #sioux #lakota #nativepride #cherokee #blackfoot #nodapl #aboriginal #firstnations #maori #apache #diné #navajo #seminole #honolulu #america #latino #africa #mexico #indigenous #peru #mexika #japan #taino #araw

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