I always have a problem finding the right category for my hubs. When writing on Native American history, culture, traditions, there is no appropriate category for me to choose from that seems right. Can you add Culture-Native American? I also like about famous peoples of the past and can find no category that really defines these hubs.
Hi Phyliis Doyle,
There seems to be the relevant categories you are looking for in the below section
http://hubpages.com/topics/education-an … story/3673
Go to the search bar in the top right of your page and change forums to site and then search your terms. Then when the hubs appear switch it again to categories and you will see the options you are looking for.
Hope you find what you are looking for.
Dale makes an excellent suggestion. Phyllis, I think you'll find the search function to be very helpful! If the first keyword you search doesn't bring up quite what you're looking for, try a couple different ones - eventually you'll find what you're looking for. We've got TONS of categories!
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