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Restore Native Names to Sacred Places

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Brian Frisina has created and is posting an electronic petition to gather signatures of supporters for our cause. I would like to have it posted up on ALL of our Facebook pages, and 'liked' and shared, on websites and any other modes of communication, any of you can render or think of. We collectively have, The Spirit of the Red Road, Restore Native Names to Sacred Sites, Tribal Talk Radio, Facebook pages and personal Facebook pages. As well, we have websites, Puyallup Tribal News.com, Restore Native Names.org, Tribal Talk Radio.org, Elders.org, etc to link and post. Thanks in advance for your assistance and input, and support. We are part of the Solution, thoughts are becoming things, and walking on the good Red Road, built on the foundation of Love Hope Faith & charity, remaining balanced emotionally -mentally -physically -spiritually & socially, so many aho's and so many prayers of love, Aho ------------R. Satiacum
The largest effort in the history of the United States of America to reconcile the holocaustic behavior and treatment of the original aboriginal Indian people by the European explorers and settlers, is being led by Robert & Elizabeth Satiacum and the 'Alliance to Restore Native Names to Sacred Sites. Countless sacred sites and place names were "changed" by the European explorers and settlers upon arrival, without ascertaining any infomation from the local Native inhabitants.  Specifically, the 'Alliance' is in the process of restoring the Creator, God given name to America's largest peak, Ti'Swaq' (pronounced, Tee Swauk) ,{The Sky Wiper} a.k.a Mt.Rainier.

On May 30th, 2010 The Day of a Thousand Drums initiated the prayer for healing and reconciliation, and became a resolution to restore the native name. The resolution passed the Washington State Democrats Central Committee and then was taken to Native American lawmaker, Tulalips State Representative, John McCoy (D). House Bill 1084, the bill to re establish WA state Board of Geographic Names & Places, was signed into law on May 16th 2011, this time to include Tribal members.

Robert Ti'Swaq' Satiacum, will be representing the 'Alliance' the week of October 24th-30th, at the World Board of Geographic Names & Places Conference in Honolulu, Hawai'i. The 'Alliance' and Satiacum's are inviting you to be included in a rare opportunity to be a part of something larger than yourself, something that will last 7 Generations. I'm counting on you to sign this petition, which will be presented to the World Board of Geographic Names & Places. Be part of the solution, be a part of history.

We the undersigned, support the restoration of the Native American name, Tiswaq, to what is now currently referred to as, Mt Rainier.


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