The Creek Pocahontas

 Posted by at 12:04 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 202018
 

A couple of days ago in my blog Where The Trail of Tears Ended I told you about the hardships so many Native American suffered when they were forced to leave their homelands and relocate to what is now Oklahoma. This is a story from those days about a brave young Indian woman whose courage […]

Aug 182018
 

As soon as the first European settlers arrived in the New World, conflicts for control of the land began between the newcomers and the Native people who had always called what would become America home. Conflicts that would result in bloodshed and tragedies on both sides. As colonists pushed ever inland from the coast, wars […]

RVing With A Goal

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 262017
 

Note: The blog is based upon the seminar by the same name that I present at RV rallies around the country. Why do you RV? To visit friends and family in far off places? To have your own mobile lodging when you visit theme parks or natural attractions? To have a way to escape cold […]

Sequoyah’s Cabin

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 092016
 

Note: This story was previously published in the Gypsy Journal. On a back road in eastern Oklahoma we discovered a small state park preserves the cabin of one of the most influential Native Americans of all time. Little accurate information is available concerning the life of Sequoyah, sometimes known as George Gist or Guess. He […]