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policymic:

What each state would be called if we honored our native roots

 The very geography of the U.S. reflects how mercilessly our government crushed the over 500 indigenous groups who’d built societies, civilizations and raised generations of families long before Europeans invaded.
The map above is a good illustration of where these tribes once prospered. It supposes how the “lower 48” might have looked if current state territories mirrored the pre-Columbian names of the indigenous groups who lived in the vicinity.
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policymic:

What each state would be called if we honored our native roots

 The very geography of the U.S. reflects how mercilessly our government crushed the over 500 indigenous groups who’d built societies, civilizations and raised generations of families long before Europeans invaded.

The map above is a good illustration of where these tribes once prospered. It supposes how the “lower 48” might have looked if current state territories mirrored the pre-Columbian names of the indigenous groups who lived in the vicinity.

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The “Blue Pond” in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan, is brilliantly coloured throughout the year, and is notable for the variations in hue. [source]

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seraphica:

The “Blue Pond” in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan, is brilliantly coloured throughout the year, and is notable for the variations in hue. [source]

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