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Jim Thrope

He is the only American athlete to excel at the amateur level and at the professional level in 3 of the major sports - track and field, football, and baseball.


Duke Kahanamoku

As a swimmer on the U.S. team during the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden, Kahanamoku won a gold medal for the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 1:03.4 and a silver medal for the 800-meter relay


General Schwarzkopf

General Schwarzkopf's Tribute to the First Americans - recognizing the contribution ...


Billy Kidd Steamboat Letter

Here at Steamboat we've gotten off to a great start with the Future Olympians ski and snowboard program for Native American youth. This season and last, Steamboat . . .


Salute Tribal Sponsors

Native Voices Salutes Our American Indian Nation Sponsors
"Because the Youth
are our Future!"


Salute Ski Communities

Salute to 60 Ski Communities Welcoming Tribes Home in 2006 "Helping Create a Generation of Healthy Olympic Skiers & Snowboarders"


Pioneers of Skiing

All Americans and especially skiers, can be proud of the beautiful working relationship between the tribes and ski areas in the creation of American Skiing, especially those who ....


Miracles Pages Intro Page

The following is documentation on approx 12 snow or rain coincidences, many call "miracles," led by American Indian Elders.


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