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It’s rather funny how we all see the different states so very differently. Well finally they’ve been put together in a context that any of us who’ve gone to High School can understand. Let us know what you think by leaving us a comment below; and please share this with your friends.

It’s rather funny how we all see the different states so very differently. Well finally they’ve been put together in a context that any of us who’ve gone to High School can understand. Let us know what you think by leaving us a comment below; and please share this with your friends.

This Naval Academy Tribute To 9/11 Will Bring Tears To Your Eyes. | The Veterans Site Blog

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This Naval Academy Tribute To 9/11 Will Bring Tears To Your Eyes. | The Veterans Site Blog

Indealized figurehead of a Delaware Indian on the grounds of the Naval Academy in Annapolis. -- In Maryland, today’s Native Americans are not as well-known. There are more than 20,000 Native Americans living in Maryland, according to the most recent census, and there are eight indigenous tribes who form and operate communities. Still, these indigenous tribes don’t have the economic and cultural benefits afforded to other Native American tribes that have obtained recognition.

Indealized figurehead of a Delaware Indian on the grounds of the Naval Academy in Annapolis. -- In Maryland, today’s Native Americans are not as well-known. There are more than 20,000 Native Americans living in Maryland, according to the most recent census, and there are eight indigenous tribes who form and operate communities. Still, these indigenous tribes don’t have the economic and cultural benefits afforded to other Native American tribes that have obtained recognition.

‘Baby Trees’.    In Tana Toraja, Indonesia, when a baby dies, a mother cuts a hole in a tree and places the child inside, sometimes in a coffin or basket. A tree may be used for a few babies and for decades.    Photo credit: Derek Brown

‘Baby Trees’. In Tana Toraja, Indonesia, when a baby dies, a mother cuts a hole in a tree and places the child inside, sometimes in a coffin or basket. A tree may be used for a few babies and for decades. Photo credit: Derek Brown

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