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November 3, 2015

 

I have just launched the secondary site called Legends of Native America . I predict that it will become popular in a short period of time. Soon I plan to add self editing profiles to enable the site to become the largest online database of Native American Legends.

 



This Ya-Native site will soon be transformed into a Standalone Social Network Platform that will facilitate user profiles with the abilities to sell personal merchandise. It will become a facebook/wiki/amazon type Social Network plat from.

 

Stay tuned for details.


October 17, 2015

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Welcome to all.

 

The Ya-Native Network is the largest Social Media Network that is dedicated to Native America. This network can easily reach one million viewers every day. Currently this network is operated as a non-profit organization and its only income derives from donations from a few generous supporters. The ads you do see offset the expenses of the third-party comment system.

 

This entire network is operated by one individual so it may appear that there is not much action, but I assure you that I am continuously working on the long term objectives: I am confident that this network will become the most important website for Native America.

 

I have all the key players in place and all I need is seed funding to implement this project.


 

The Blogs

Check out the Ya-Native Blog @ Wordpress. There's also an onsite blog that is being developed.

 

The main wordpress blog is featuring 'Ask an Elder' posts that seem to creating much attention.

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"When a child my mother taught me the legends of our people; taught me of the sun and sky, the moon and stars, the clouds and storms. She also taught me to kneel and pray to Usen for strength, health, wisdom, and protection. We never prayed against any person, but if we had aught against any individual we ourselves took vengeance. We were taught that Usen does not care for the petty quarrels of men."

- Geronimo [Goyathlay], Chiracahua Apache

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