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At 6:54pm on January 18, 2009, Fernando said…
Gracias, hermana!
At 6:11pm on January 15, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
These are awesome photos sister!
At 7:31pm on January 12, 2009, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
bienvenida a mi pagina

At 6:39am on January 12, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
The pictures on your slide show ROCK!!! I'm looking forward to catching up with ALL of you guys soon in Boriken!!! Stay beautiful and stay awesome!!! Much love from both of us!!! Freddy and Kavita!!!

At 9:14am on January 11, 2009, mark said…
greetings Tania was looking at your page,you have beautiful pictures.alright take care.
At 5:58pm on January 8, 2009, Guay Ciba said…
Tau sister,
Thank You for the add...I am very intrigued by your pictures...they are beautiful and really inspire me to imagine what life for our Ancestors really must have looked like. Thank You for that...and for all that you do as a strong Taina. I would hope one day to be a part of something as beautiful as you towards advancing our peoples place in the circle or Indigenous Peoples!

Oma'bahari Naboria'daka,
Guay Ciba
At 9:09am on January 8, 2009, Bryan Burgos said…
Que bueno saber que vives en dorado!. si supieras que desde niño me la pasaba metido en el ojo del buey. Soy de la familia Burgos y vivia en mameyal. Gracias por tus comentarios sobre mis vasijas, pronto pondre mas fotos de otras inspiradas en las cosas que encontraba en el ojo del buey. De hecho te queria preguntar, tienes algunos fragmentos de vasijas con diseños? por que ya se me estan agotando las ideas y quisiera seguir usando el ojo del buey como fuente de ideas. Ademas note que tienes algunos fragmentos con unas formas peculiares que no puedo definir, sabes que son esas? Bueno sera hasta la tuya y espero que todo este bien. gracias!
At 8:15am on January 8, 2009, Waribonex said…

Heremuru, always a good thing to make new frends, Hahom for requesting my frendship, Tau tau. <>>I80)-
At 5:17pm on December 16, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Hello and a warm welcome Tania. I am the site administrator for this network and it would be my pleasure to answer any questions you might have about using this site. In the meantime, enjoy, and I hope you find your experience here rewarding.

Very best wishes.
At 10:12pm on December 15, 2008, Nick Rojas said…
hey thanks for accepting me
At 4:23pm on December 1, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Sorry you missunderstood me. I actually did not enjoy The book I mentioned by irving rouse. I found it very hard to read. So I dont recomended it. But if you read it and can learn from it that be great.
At 8:52pm on November 30, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
I speak spanish fluently but have difulclty reading it. But I can. So if its not in english its not great but its not the end of the world.
At 8:50pm on November 30, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Not sure if you read my profile both my parents are from kiskeya cibao region. When I went to vacation to see my grandparents I lost a book with that same title. Thanx for finding it. Can you please return it to me.

How sad is that a book that you say is so good was in the trash. My parents are planing to go to DR in a few months. I will see if they can search for that book for me.

But thanx for the list you gave ruben I will se if I can get a few of those. Did you ever read the irving rouse book?
At 8:26pm on November 30, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
I saw the list of books you left on ruben comment box. I have one of them Taino: Pre-Columbian Art and Culture from the Caribbean.Very good book. I also have a book called taino rise and decline of the taino people who greeted columbus by irving rouse.I found that book very hard to follow. I was not to crazy about it.

I am going to purchase 1- "Tainos y Caribes" (las culturas aborigenes antillanas) - Sebastian Ribou Lamarche, 2005, ISBN=0-9746236-3-6. The english version

You mentioned
4- "Arqueologia Prehistorica De Santo Domingo" - Dr. Marcio V. Maggiolo, 1972.

Does that book mentioned taino warriors like enriquillo, hatuey etec etc. Or is it a repeat of the other books. I ask cause i most likely going to have to purchase it online. You see not that many taino books on the native american section here in NY. I dont think I even saw it in the native american mussuem book section were my good taino friend from kiskeya works at.

Anyways your responce is appricated cause i just would buy a book that tell me the same thing that other will.

I recently purched a book with bartolme del las casas note. Its a mini book. That I will start reading shortly. I will let you know how good it is.
At 3:55pm on November 27, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey sister thanx for the frienship request.
At 3:28am on November 27, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
Just wanted to stop by to say "THANKS" for the request and to let you know that I look forward to seeing you and the rest of the crew soon. Stay awesome, stay true, stay beautiful and more than anything, never stop being YOU!!!

At 11:36pm on November 26, 2008, Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés said…
Takahi Tania "Heremuru",
Thanks for the add. Looking forward to talking to you soon. Love the pics. Hope you and your loved ones are in good health and spirit. May YaYa Bless you and your loved ones, now and always.
Love, Hugs, Peace, Blessings & Taíno-tí,
Joanna & Family
At 9:24pm on November 26, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
sorry for the bad spelling.
At 9:24pm on November 26, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey nice pictures. I see many tainos from boriken, cuba and my kiskeya. After meeting a few north idigenous people ( inuets, eskimos, navajos, cheerokees etc etc etc. Whos complextion vary even thought they are have no admixture) I am amazed how native tainos still look. I am starting to think that we may be less mix that people including tainos think we are. Taino cultures is so strong that even on the population who are not of taino deccent they too practice the cultures.

But anyways just passing by to say thanx for uplaoding those pictures.

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