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Navajo Wars: Mexican period
Carol

Melgares's successor, Governor José Antonio Vizcarra met Navajo leaders at Paguate on 12 February 18… Read More

The Types of Wampanoag Indian Basket Weaving
Amy

The Wampanoag people were the original natives of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Read More

Make a Micmac Teepee
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The word "teepee" has come to be associated with the conical-shaped homes that were a common sight i… Read More

Navajo Wars: Spanish period
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The term Navajo Wars covers at least three distinct periods of conflict in the American West: the Na… Read More

How to Light a Sage Stick
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The burning of sage sticks originated in American Indian culture of the Southwest. Read More

Games the Iroquois Used to Play
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Identification of Texas Indian Pottery Jugs

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Uses of Buffalo Berries by Native Americans

Buffalo berry, also known as Shepherdia canadensis, is traditionally used as a
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The History of the Native American Tribes in Lee County, Mississippi

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Manuelito, a Navajo chief.

Navajo Wars: Mexican period

Melgares's successor, Governor José Antonio Vizcarra met Navajo leaders at Paguate
Wampanoag Indian Basket Weaving

The Types of Wampanoag Indian Basket Weaving

The Wampanoag people were the original natives of Massachusetts and Rhode
Micmac Teepee

Make a Micmac Teepee

The word "teepee" has come to be associated with the conical-shaped homes that were
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Navajo Indian Art- Rug & Blanket Weaving

Ethnologists believe that the Navajo were influenced by the early Pueblo blanket
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Navajo Indian Basketry

When is comes to making baskets, their utility is as important as their religious
Santo Domingo jar in polychrome, 1910.

Santo Domingo Pottery Making

The Santo Domingo Pueblo is located approximately midway between Albuquerque and