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 Onondaga Nation
The Onondaga Nation was the Firekeeper for the Iroquois Nations.
White Man's form of government (not the original one under the Constitution, but the administrative version we have today) has been imposed upon the Indians by subversive means.
Nearly five years ago, I had the opportunity to spend a couple of weeks on the Onondaga Reservation, near Syracuse, New York. /onondaga00.htm

 Mail & Guardian Online: Africa's first online newspaper: The mother of the nation and mother of all mothers
Re: The mother of the nation and mother of all mot
The African National Congress in the Free State has nominated the former leader of the ANC Women's League, Winnie Madikizela Mandela, to the party's national elections list. /showthreaded.php?Number=89136   (274 words)

 Nation-state - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The nation-state implies the parallel occurrence of a state and a nation.
In the ideal nation-state, the population consists of the nation and only of the nation: the state not only houses it, but protects it and its national identity (i.e., they coincide exactly): every member of the nation is a permanent resident of the nation-state, and no member of the nation permanently resides outside it.
The idea of a nation-state is associated with the rise of the modern system of states, usually dated to the Treaty of Westphalia (1648). /wiki/Nation_state   (2546 words)

 Onoda'gega (People of the Hills)Onondaga
If the man were a chief of the Onondaga Nation, he would wear attached to his feathered hat deer antlers that symbolize his authority as one of the fourteen chiefs of the Nation.
The joining together of the Five Nations is perhaps the oldest example of nations uniting under a single form of government and spirituality.
The Onondaga call themselves Onoda'gega, sometimes spelled Onontakeka, which means People of the Hills, or Onondagaono (The People of the Hills). /pages/onondaga.htm   (2546 words)

 Mohawk nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mohawk Nation, as part of the Iroquois Confederacy, were recognised for some time by the British government.
Their traditional homeland stretches from just south of the Mohawk River, east to the Green Mountains of Vermont, west to the borders of the Oneida nation, and north of Montreal along the St Lawrence River valley and the Ottawa River valley.
The Mohawks, like many indigenous tribes in the Great Lakes region, wore a hair style in which all their hair would be cut off except for a narrow strip down the middle of the scalp. /wiki/Mohawk_nation   (1053 words)

 Zulu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shaka Zulu was the illegitimate son of Senzangakona, chief of the Zulus.
Zulu music incorporates rhythm, melody and harmony — the latter is usually dominant and known as "isigubudu" (which can be translated as converging horns on a beast, with tips touching the animal, a spiralling inward that reflects inner feelings).
Zulu is the most widely spoken language in South Africa, with more than half of the South African population able to understand it (Ethnologue 2005). /wiki/Zulu   (952 words)

 MSN Encarta - Turkey (country)
Turkey borders the Aegean Sea and Greece on the west; Bulgaria on the northwest; the Black Sea on the north; Georgia, Armenia, and the autonomous Azerbaijani republic of Naxçivan on the northeast; Iran on the east; and Iraq, Syria, and the Mediterranean Sea on the south.
The landscapes of Turkey are varied, from fertile plains in the northwest and southeast to broad river valleys in the west to high barren plateaus and towering mountains in the east.
Asian Turkey and European Turkey are separated by three connected waterways of great strategic importance: the Sea of Marmara and the straits of the Bosporus and the Dardanelles (also called the Turkish Straits). /encyclopedia_761575380/Turkey_(country).html   (1644 words)

 Titular nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The language of a titular nation was declared an additional (after Russian) official language of the corresponding administrative unit.
The notion worked well for the cases of well established, homogeneous and relatively developed nations.
In other cases, such as in Kazakhstan, this notion failed to take into an account tribal differences within an ethnos, formally considered a single nation. /wiki/Titular_nation   (1644 words)

 Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The nationals are the members of the "nation" and are distinguished by a common identity, and almost always by a common origin, in the sense of ancestry, parentage or descent.
Nationals are considered to share certain traits and norms of behavior, certain duties toward other members, and certain responsibilities for the actions of the members of the same nation.
In common usage, terms such as nations, country, land and state often appear as near-synonyms, i.e., for a territory under a single sovereign government, or the inhabitants of such a territory, or the government itself; in other words, a de jure or de facto state. /wiki/Nation   (1211 words)

 Encyclopedia: Onondaga Nation
The Onondaga ( Onundagaono or the People of the Hills) are one of the original five constituent tribes of the League of the Iroquois ( Hodenosaunee).
Being centrally located, they were the keepers of the fire in the figurative longhouse, with the Cayuga and Seneca to their west and the Oneida and Mohawk to their east. /encyclopedia/Onondaga-Nation   (1211 words)

The Birth of a Nation The Birth of a Nation is a controversial Los Angeles, California.
Nation of Domination The Nation of Domination is a now-defunct stable (group of wrestlers) that used to exist in the Wor...
Nation of Islam anti-semitism Nation of Islam and anti-Semitism anti-Semitism. /topics/nation.html   (1254 words)

 Kainai Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kainai Nation is governed by an elected council of twelve, with one chief.
The Kainai Nation (or Kainah, Kainaiwa) is an Native American tribe in southern Alberta, Canada.
The Kainai reserve is currently the largest in Canada, and is located approximately 200 kilometres south of Calgary. /wiki/Kainai   (154 words)

The Birth of a Nation The Birth of a Nation is a controversial Los Angeles, California.
Nation of Domination The Nation of Domination is a now-defunct stable (group of wrestlers) that used to exist in the Wor...
Nation of Islam anti-semitism Nation of Islam and anti-Semitism anti-Semitism. /topics/nation.html   (1254 words)

 Zombie Nation
Zombie Nation is ruled by Gnork Zomb, who appears in publicity under the commercially bearable synonym Splank!
Zombie Nation led the dance at the biggest rave in Germany this past April.
Their "unappeasable lust for blood" (and be it their own) also made them enter the dangerous terrain of major label cooperations. /ZombieNation.htm   (1254 words)

 TV Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
TV Nation was a satirical newsmagazine television series written, directed and hosted by Michael Moore that was broadcast in the United States on NBC in the summer of 1994, FOX in the summer of 1995, and in the UK by the BBC.
Adventures In A TV Nation, a book about the series written by Moore and the show's producer, Kathleen Glynn, was published in 1998.
Moore followed TV Nation with another television series, The Awful Truth (TV show), which was funded by the British TV company, Channel 4. /wiki/TV_Nation   (194 words)

 SUNET's Web Index: Student Organizations
Helsingkrona Nation at the University of Lund, Sweden - The student nation of Helsingborg and Landskrona at University of Lund in Sweden.
Västgöta nation i Linköping - A students organisation at Linköping University, mainly for students from the province Västergötland.
Gästrike-Hälsinge Student Nation - Student nation in Uppsala that is mainly for students with connections to the regions of Gästrikland and Hälsingland in Sweden. /cat/education/organizations/student_organizations   (194 words)

 Nation-state - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The origins of the nation state are to be found in the expanding core of France under Philip IV, and of England, once it had shed its extra-territorial claims in Gascony and Aquitaine and gained a national consciousness, a sense of "Englishness".
Over the last few centuries, most states have claimed to be nation states in order to increase the patriotism of their citizens.
The term nation-state, while often used interchangeably with the terms unitary state and independent state, refers properly to the parallel occurence of a state and a nation. /project/wikipedia/index.php/Nation_states   (870 words)

 Seneca - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Seneca
After the foundation of the Seneca Nation in 1848, a republican form of government was established, consisting of a council of 18, an elected president, and three judges.
The Seneca believed that everyone had an Orenda, or inner spirit, that contributed to the Orenda of the family or clan, so adoption was a common practice to maintain the health of a group.
Traditionally the Seneca cultivated maize (corn), squash, and beans, supplemented by hunting in the winter and fishing in the spring. /Seneca   (684 words)

 Osage Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Nation later settled onto the Osage Indian Reservation that comprises Osage County, Oklahoma, in the north-central portion of the state between Tulsa, Oklahoma and Ponca City, Oklahoma.
Today, the Osage Nation claims more than 10,000 members.
The Osage Nation is a Native American tribe in the United States, which is mainly based in Osage County, Oklahoma, but can still be found throughout America. /wiki/Osage_Nation   (703 words)

 Navajo Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
addressed the Navajo Nation Council in the annual State of the Navajo Nation Address on January 24, 2005 and presented his conviction to develop a governing document for the Navajo Nation.
Each tribe establishes its own requirements for being an enrolled tribal member, which is usually based on "blood quantum." The Navajo Nation requires a blood quantum of one-fourth for a person to be an enrolled tribal member and to receive a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB).
Navajos are known for their sandpainting, performed for healing ceremonies and as part of other spiritual activities. /wiki/Navajo_Nation   (1964 words)

 ZOMBIE NATION - We will eat your head
ZOMBIE NATION - We will eat your head
this is the official zombie nation page, electro, techno, dekathlon, gigolo, records,   (1964 words)

 The Georgian - South Ossetian Conflict, chapter 5
But even though, the tendency is clear, the titular nations, in the case of the Union Republic of Georgia, Georgians, Abkhazians and South Ossetians, were in their designated homelands subject to affirmative action programmes as first-order or second-order titular nationalities, leading to a disproportionate overrepresentation in the party organs, professional employment and higher education.
The titular nationalities are clearly overrepresentated in comparison to their share of the population at large.
The principle of national self-determination was based on Stalin’s definition of a nation from 1913 according to which the nation is "a historical constituted, stable community of people, formed on the basis of a common language, territory, economic life, and psychological make-up manifested in a common culture”. /chapter5.htm   (1964 words)

 The Osage Indians
Osage lands in Arkansas and Missouri were taken by the U.S. government in 1808 and 1818, and in 1825 an Osage reservation was established in southeastern Kansas.
Osage communities were organized into two divisions called the Sky People and the Earth People. According to their traditions, Wakondah, the creative force of the universe, sent the Sky People down to the surface of the earth where they met the Earth People, whom they joined to form the Osage tribe.
The Osages acquired guns and horses from Europeans during the eighteenth century, which enabled them to extend their territory and control the distribution of European goods to other tribes in the region. /depts/contact/osage.html   (730 words)

 What is Bastard Nation? A Short History by Damsel Plum
Bastard Nation asserts that it is the right of people everywhere to have their official original birth record unaltered and free from falsification, and that the adoptive status of any person should not prohibit them from exercising such a right.
Bastard Nation's primary goal is the opening to adoptees, upon request at age of majority, of those government documents which pertain to the adoptee's historical, genetic, and legal identity, including the unaltered original birth certificate and adoption decree.
Bastard Nation does not support mandated mutual consent registries or intermediary systems in place of fully open records, nor any other system that is less than access on demand to the adult adoptee, without compromise, and without qualification. /WhatIsBastardNation.html   (856 words)

 Nation of Islam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Nation of Islam (NOI) is a religious and socio-political organization founded in the United States by Wallace Fard Muhammad in 1930 with a declared aim of "resurrecting" the spiritual, mental, social and economic condition of the black men and women of America and the rest of the world.
The NOI teaches that black people constitute a nation and that through the institution of the Atlantic slave trade they were systematically denied knowledge of their past history, language, culture and religion and in effect lost control of their lives.
The Nation of Islam's The National Center and headquarters is located in Chicago Illinois and houses its flagship Mosque No. 2, Mosque Maryam in dedication to Mary, the mother of Jesus. /wiki/Nation_of_Islam   (3300 words)

 Danish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nationals or citizens of Denmark, which also includes a German minority in South Jutland as well as recent non-European immigrants and their descendents (see: Demographics of Denmark).
Det danske folk (The Danish nation) as a concept, played an important role in 19th century ethnic nationalism and refers to self-identification rather than a legal status.
Use of the term is most often restricted to a historical context; the historic German-Danish struggle regarding the status of the Duchy of Schleswig vis-à-vis a Danish nation-state. /wiki/Danes   (396 words)

 Nation (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nation was the eighth LP by Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura released in 2001 (2001 in music) through Roadrunner Records.
It was their 2nd album with singer/guiatrist Derrick Green, and their first where he had a hand in writing and recording.
Nation featured guest appearances from such notable artists as Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta, Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra, and "string-metal" band Apocalyptica. /wiki/Nation_(album)   (151 words)

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