Ancient Voices
A Museum to spotlight the least known people in North America;
the Indiginous Women.

link to Lori Piestewa - Fallen warriorLink to Sandra Sunrising Osawa - Independant film-makerLink to Ann Standing Woman Hancock - an honoringLink to Beatrice Coffy Thayer representing the Native American Women who have served in the Military  abroad in all warsLink to LaDonna Harris - PoliticianLink to Norma Smallwood - Miss America 1947Link to Maria Tallchief - prima ballerinaLink to Susbe - brave Dakota womanLink to Susan LaFlesche - first Native American doctorLink to Susette Bright Eyes LaFlesche - First Native American woman activist for Native American rightsLink to Vanessa Short Bull - First Native American Miss South DakotaLink to Poison - Lived to be over 100 years oldlink to Wilma Mankiller - First woman chief of the Cherokee Nationlink to clothing designslink to the diabetes pagelink to Sara Winnemucca - translator and negotiator for the US Army link to a page on the trail where they cried,Wounded Knee, and other historic atrocities

or click on one of the 17 links to these extraordinary women in the above graphic

platinum award
Thank you for sharing the stories of these incredible women. I'd heard of many of these women before but some were new to me.
Excellent site! Clean design, good layout! Great job!
Your scoring went as follows:

20 points for Design
20 points for Layout
20 points for Graphics
40 points for Content
100 points= Platinum Award 
Congratulations on winning AIHC's Platinum Award
eagle award

This is our Eagle Award, which will be given out to those who truly demonstrate, for lack of a better phrase, Indian Spirit.

I am also including the AIHC Eagle Award because I feel your site exemplifies its meaning. Again, my heartiest congratulations

Mary J. York (Penobscot/Mohawk)
Executive Director/Webmistress
American Indian Health Council

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Most of the pictures used above are Public domain Those copyrighted will be listed on the Extraordinary women pages