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Read Common Sense Media's Meet the Natives: USA review, age rating, Montana; Orange County, California; and New York City to stay with. So even though the community house is the largest meeting place for American Indians in the city, with a solid flow of regulars who attend the. Philly then New York. I have google searched and it has not produced very good results:(We would prefer a more initmate tour (by a local).
While helping cook the meal, they have some concerns with the way in which the food had been stored. They were particularly concerned with using a plastic oven bag to cook the turkey in for the fear of being poisoned. They also were shocked that people ate food that has been stored in tin cans for months, maybe even years.
They realized that the way Americans cook is very different from the way they are used to cooking. They explain that they do not agree with people fighting other people and they vigorously try to relay the message that America should put the guns down and keep peace.
Hudson Valley's Tribal History - Hudson Valley Magazine - July - Poughkeepsie, NY
They speak with Colin Powell to try to get their message across to the people of America. They express that they know there are some differences, but for the most part people in America are loving and very welcoming individuals.
They also reflect back on the "big animals" of America, such as the buffalo, and their first time seeing snow. While in the U. S they loved eating ice cream and sweets such as candy. They are preparing to go back home and tell the rest of their tribe about their experience and everything they learned about American culture. He was sent with the others by his father, the supreme chief of the tribe back in Tanna.
His purpose of going on this journey with the other four men was to serve as a leader and to help keep the rest of the men on track.
He is the oldest of the five men at the age of 65 years. Back in Tanna he helps coordinate dance routines and teaches the children of the tribe how to do the traditional dances.
In America he brings smiles to many faces with charm and love for dancing. Sam is the "medicine man" of the tribe and serves as somewhat of a doctor of the tribe.
Meet the Natives: USA
During his visit to the United States he was specifically interested in how Americans treat themselves of different infections and diseases.
He gave advice and shared the different treatments that his tribe has traditionally used throughout the tribe's history. Kuai serves as the "happy man" of the tribe. He is known for spreading happiness and jokes. In Tanna his purpose is to help keep the tribe happy in times of sadness and also everyday life. While in the United States he kept the families that they were staying with laughing and kept the field open for memorable moments.
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Favorite spot in NYC: I'm a born and bred Brooklynite, educated in New York's public schools, and spending my off-hours exploring the hidden alleys, abandoned train tracks and narrow backstreets of the city. In 9th grade I started riding the subway to lower Manhattan every day to go to high school--a public school with kids from all over the city.
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Making friends from across the boroughs with roots and connections across the world, I started exploring neighborhoods I'd never heard of, always on the hunt for pizza, dumplings, stories and secrets.
I am happy to live a charmed life in diverse Queens. Come to New York! Fort Tryon Park, Inwood or my couch. Currently I live in Brooklyn with my wife and son but I have spent a lot of time studying and working in far corners of the globe in places like Australia and China. NYC is my true home though.
What can I say?
- Hudson Valley's Tribal History
- The True Native New Yorkers Can Never Truly Reclaim Their Homeland
I love New York, I always have and I always will, and I hope one day to be able to show this great city to you too. As both a former actor and a current PhD student in American History, I combine pop culture and social history to uncover the complex history of this captivating city. My specialties include architecture, history, trivia and sports.
I have led guided tours by bus, by foot, by boat, by limo, and even by helicopter. My wife Marybeth and I have two children, a boy and a girl.
Both are students and hail from the Upper West Side of Manhattan.