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2003-02-02

Phillis Wheatley
B. 1753 Senegal / D. 1784 Boston
Poverty

Teaching American to foreigners:
a practical approach.
The families.
“Thank you for C-SPAN I’m calling to express my condolences to the families?”
Our prayers go out to the families.
Debris.
We live outside the debris field.
He lives within the debris field.
Waco
“is named after the Waco Indians, the first inhabitants of this area. The Wacos were a branch of the Wichitas and were closely related to the Tawakonis. They were members of the Caddoan Confederacy. The tribe lived in beehive shaped huts, 20- to 25- feet high, made of poles, buffalo hides and rushes. The Wacos had approximately 400 acres of land under cultivation, planted in corn, beans, pumpkins, melons and peach trees. The village was located about 1/2 mile from the Brazos River, on Barron's Branch creek, near a cold spring.”
Nacogdoches
“the oldest town in Texas, is named for the Caddo family of Indians who once lived in the area. There is a legend that tells of an old Caddo chief who lived near the Sabine River and had twin sons. When the sons grew to manhood and were ready to become leaders of their own tribes, the father sent one brother three days eastward toward the rising sun. The other brother was sent three days toward the setting sun. The twin who settled three days toward the setting sun was Nacogdoches. The other brother, Natchitoches, settled three days to the east in Louisiana.”

Consolation Site: Columbia

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