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Sale - The Perfect Holiday Gift - History of American Eagle Stein - Limited Edition - Magnificent !
Sale - The Perfect Holiday Gift - History of American Eagle Stein - Limited Edition - Magnificent !
The body of the stein is a smooth, black and blue glazed, high quality stoneware decorated with a gold wrap around design. This stein has been crafted to highlight the different representations of the American eagle over time and to recognize this inspiring symbol of freedom as an important piece of the United States' history and future. A pewter emblem with gold highlighting is situated at the center of the wrap around decoration featuring The Great Seal Eagle and The Shield of 1885. The seal pictures an eagle grasping an olive branch with one set of talons and thirteen arrows with the other. A shield with thirteen stripes rests in front of the chest of the eagle and a cluster of thirteen stars surrounded by sunrays stretching to a circle of clouds is displayed above the eagle's head. In its beak the eagle holds a ribbon with the words, E PLURIBUS UNUM. Rows of raised stars decorate the ornamental pewter lid and a detailed pewter figurine of an eagle, wings spread, sits perched on top of the pewter lid. A pewter eagle crest serves as the thumblift for this noble stein. Limited Edition of 5,000 pieces worldwide.

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New Buffalo 229
Pokagon & the Potawatami The August 2, 2007 ribbon cutting ceremony for the Four Winds Casino Resort with tribal elders of Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians in attendence was a not only "a proud day for members of the Pokagon Band," as John Miller, Tribal Chairman and president and CEO of the Pokagon Band Gaming Authority declared, but end result of a decade-long struggle. Much like the long and winding road that welcomes visitors to the Casino's campus off I-94 at exit 1, the Tribe has faced more than its share of court battles, protests and fierce competition from nearby gaming facilities. Tribal Chairman John Miller addresses the media and guests at the Four Winds Casino Resort ribbon cutting ceremony. Particpant, from left to right are John Warren, Butch Starrett, Matt Wesaw, Judy Winchester, John Miller, Gerald Wesaw, Tom Wesaw, Marie Mantey, Evelyn Miller, Mickey Magneson, Trudy Loeding The Tribe now has a world class facility that has set a new standard for gaming operations in the Midwest. Before its doors even opened, nearby Blue Chip Casino updated their presence in Michigan City, Indiana to help off-set the anticipated competition from the Four Winds Casino Resort . Coincidently, on the same day the New Buffalo casino opened its doors, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe leaders announced plans for a huge expansion of its Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort and a nearby hotel. Described as "a Disney-esque expansion of epic proportions," premlinary plans call for expanding the hotel and casino, adding a water park, a theme park, indoor ski and skating area, bowling center, theaters and a retail stores. There is more than a bit of irony in all this. Consider these facts: From 1695 to the 1760s, the Potawatomi territory was once much of the land from Milwaukee to Detroit around the southern end of Lake Michigan. During the 1760s they expanded into northern Indiana and central Illinois. Land cessions to the Americans began in 1807 and during the next 25 years drastically reduced their territory. The Potawatomi sold one million acres of hunting ground known as "She-gong-ong" (Chicago) for 3 cents an acre. The government reneged on the deal, not paying them a dime. Chief Pokagon tried to persuade the United States government to pay the claims of his people for the sale of their land. He ended up making several trips to Washington. Most of his pleas went unheard until Lincoln was president, his case was reviewed and part of the money paid. Through a series of treaties, the Potawatomi of the Woods (Michigan and Indiana bands) were relocated to eastern Kansas. Some Potawatomi groups avoided removal and remained in the Great Lakes. The Pokagon Band was one of these groups. In order to reamin on their ancestral land, they traded their tribal identity and slipped from greatness into poverty. The Potawatomi claims remained unpaid until President Cleveland took the matter up, and in 1896 the Potawatami Indians finally received the money for the sale of their land. Tribal Recognition was not restored until September of 1994 under President Clinton. The Pokagon Band of the Potawatami owe much to two men in their past. Chief Leopold Pokagon, from whom the Pokagon Band takes its name and his son, Simon. Little is known about the elder Pokagon. The place and date of his birth are not known exactly, but he was probably born about 1775 near Bertrand, Michigan. From Jesuit letters of the time, it was known that Leopold Pokagon was a forceful advocate of peace and a great orator who worked diligently to keep his people out of war with white settlers. The Potawatomi of this area had been influenced by Roman Catholicism dating back to the 1670s when Father Marquette first visited. The Pokagon found sponsorship among Catholic missionaries who were seeking to re-establish the long-abandoned French Catholic mission on the St. Joseph River. Among these men was Father Stephen Theodore Badin who maintained a mission near the site of today's Notre Dame University. Badin had great respect Pokagon and the relationship between the men would prove to be a critical factor in the Pokagon's future. In the late 1820s Chief Leopold Pokagon was forced to sell over a million acres of tribal land to the United States government at a price of three cents an acre. The area of of land sold surrounded southern Lake Michigan included the area of Chicago where the State Street bridge spans the river. Despite the fact the Potawatami were being run off their land, Pokagon maintained friendly relations with white settlers. By 1838 the tribe ony owned 874 acres on Silver Creek, near Dowagiac, and this is where they resettled. In 1840 the Pokagon obtained from Judge Epaphroditus Ranson, then an associate judge of the Michigan State Supreme Court, an opinion stating that as Christian, land-owning farmers, the Catholic Potawatomi were protected from forcible relocation by rights found in Mic
85. March 26, 2011.
85. March 26, 2011.
lmao yo[: so since me & Maidenys went to The Fair last night. she slept over :D okay so today i woke up at 9:00 only cause i had to go do my brows. i went with my mom to pick up Silver's food. then we went to Publix Sabor & did my brows[: then i ate Cuban bread & a cortadito for breakfast there[: then i went through the magazine section to see if they had the Details magazine, with Joe Jonas on the cover. they did ! only though they had 2 left ! one was ripped a little on the cover. & the other one was perfect. so i bought it[: & you can see it in the picture above{:<3 then my mom left me there. so Maidenys can pick me up there. so i sat at the tables. & started to read the magazine. as i was reading at the table by myself. a random old man came & sat down at the same table with me. & i was like,"oookay ????!!!!" so i decided to listen to my ipod lol. just cause if he tries to talk to me, he wont be able to since i'm listening to my ipod[x but thank goodness after a while he left ! but when he left, a second later, someone else sits down at the table. & i thought it was another old man. so i just ignored him. but from the side, i saw someone standing next to the person sitting down. & i felt like they were staring at me. so i got scared. & i looked up slowly, & it was Ramon & i guess one of his friends. i had a heartattack. i was like,"Omg Ramon ! you scared the hell of out me !" lmao xD it was funny lol. then finally Maidenys came[: i bought her breakfast. then after that, we went to Old Navy :D just to see if theres any bermuda shorts on sale. there wasn't any of my size that was on sale -_- so we left. then Maidenys wanted to get her car washed. since the dirt at The Fair parking lot last night, i guess flew with the wind & made her car dirty. so we went to the car wash & got it washed xD after that we went home. & my mom wanted Dominos. so i ordered Dominos for lunch[: after that we played on the Wii :D then Kim passed by to drop off something for me. & we talked for a bit. then i continued playing the Wii with Maidenys. then she left]: then i took a quick shower. got dressed. & now i'm waiting for Kyra & Amber to pick me up. we are going to Dolphin Mall[: gonna look for bermuda shorts at American Eagle{:<3 PeAcE<3 Now Playing: Alligator Sky by Owl City feat. Shawn Chrystopher<3 P.S.- i got sicker]: only cause of the wind & me screaming on the rides last night at The Fair made me worse]: my coughs hurt my throat like crazy. & i can't even laugh cause it hurts]: & my voice is almost gone]: BOO ! |:

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