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The Yosemite Indians were one of hundreds of tribes whose classification from Indians were changed to Black, Colored, Negro, and now African American.
Tshirt that explains in simple terminology why and when the indigenous of America classifications changed.
Autochthon of Atala island - Tolowa, c. 1900 This full-blooded indigenous woman's descendants are intentionally mis-educated to be African American.
The indigenous believed in utilizing all of the animal and the fat was no exception. Not only was it used as a source of nourishment but it was used as soap. The main ingredient in this soap is Buffalo fat otherwise known as Thunderfat. From the research here at American Aboriginal Woman found animal fats were more helpful in sealing in skin moisture moreso than plant based fats. Soap can be used everyday to clean and soften skin. It comes in Regular for those with normal to mildly dry skin. Extra Cleansing is for those needing extra effort to remove dirt, and grime like mechanics and plumbers. Extra Moisturizing for those with excessively dry skin. Aso included in the soap is Pork Lard, Beef Tallow, Castor Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and or Grapeseed Oil, Tangerine Oil, Spearmint Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemongrass Oil. 4.10 ounce bars.
2 for $7.99
Many American tribes used bear fat to keep their various shades of copper colored skin radiant and supple throughout the year. The grease was used on the scalp, hair, and body. Made with Bear fat, Pork Lard, Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Carrot Oil, Bees Wax, and Cinnamon Bark Oil. 4 oz. $7.99