I was working on a project and happened to remember that Jacob gave Bella a dreamcatcher for her birthday in New Moon.  I got to thinking that perhaps I could make a dreamcatcher or two to add to the store.  I still might, but when I ran a search for instructions on how to make dreamcatchers, I found a site dedicated to preserving Native American languages.  On their dreamcatcher page, they provide links to dreamcatchers made by authentic American Indians.  Give it a visit:  http://www.native-languages.org/dreamcatchers.htm

Actually, the whole website is pretty interesting.  For example, if, from the dreamcatcher page, you click on the “Native American Tribes” link at the top of the page, you’ll see a whole list of links to a wide variety of information about what seems to be hundreds of North American Indian tribes.  Of particular interest is: http://www.native-languages.org/quileute.htm

At any rate, it’s a great website for learning more about North American Indians; well worth exploring.

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