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Nathan Youngblood ~ Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
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Nathan Youngblood (born 1954) is a Native American potter from Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, Unite… Read More

Mitaanjigamiing First Nation
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Mitaanjigamiing First Nation, formerly known as Stanjikoming First Nation, is an Ojibwe First Nation… Read More

Aron of Kangeq ~ Inuit
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Aron of Kangeq (born in Kangeq on April 9, 1822; died March 12, 1869) was a Greenland Inuit hunter,… Read More

Pablita Velarde ~ Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
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Pablita Velarde (September 19, 1918 – January 12, 2006) born Tse Tsan (Tewa, "Golden Dawn") was an A… Read More

Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation
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Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation, formerly known as the Nicickousemenecaning First Nation and as t… Read More

Henning Jakob Henrik Lund ~ Inuit
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Henning Jakob Henrik Lund or Intel'eraq (1875–1948) was a Greenlandic lyricist, painter and priest.… Read More

Maria Margarita "Margaret" Tafoya ~ Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
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Maria Margarita "Margaret" Tafoya (Tewa name: Corn Blossom; August 13, 1904 – February 25, 2001) was… Read More

Naicatchewenin First Nation
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The Naicatchewenin First Nation, also known as the Anishinaabeg of Nagaajiwanaang and formerly known… Read More

Kenojuak Ashevak ~ Inuit
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Kenojuak Ashevak, CC (Inuktitut: ᕿᓐᓄᐊᔪᐊᖅ ᐋᓯᕙᒃ Qinnuajuaq Aasivak, October 3, 1927 – January 8, 2013)… Read More

Native women compete in first Miss Indigenous Ecuador contestA...

Native women compete in first Miss Indigenous Ecuador contestA 19-year-old woman was crowned the fir… Read More

America moves from Civil War to the Indian WarsProfessor Boyd...

America moves from Civil War to the Indian WarsProfessor Boyd Cothran and professor Ari Kelman discu… Read More

Gaming not backed by Cayuga NationThe federal court made the...

Gaming not backed by Cayuga NationThe federal court made the right ruling on May 19 by dismissing th… Read More

Cayuga Nation Leaders: Tribe hasn’t authorized gaming...

Cayuga Nation Leaders: Tribe hasn’t authorized gaming facilitiesTwo leaders of the Cayuga Nation of… Read More

Pala unveils wine cave, restaurants In a bid to promote its wine...

Pala unveils wine cave, restaurants In a bid to promote its wine program and distinguish itself in a… Read More

Pala Band finishes $5.7M casino renovation in just a few...

Pala Band finishes $5.7M casino renovation in just a few monthsThe Pala Band of Mission Indians in C… Read More

Chukchansi’s ‘forgotten’ people: workers left without jobs in...

Chukchansi’s ‘forgotten’ people: workers left without jobs in wake of shutdownWhen Chukchansi Gold R… Read More

Chukchansi Tribe remains in talks with NIGC for casino...

Chukchansi Tribe remains in talks with NIGC for casino reopeningThe Picayune Rancheria of the Chukch… Read More

How Couple Missing for 2 Weeks Tried to SurviveAn elderly...

How Couple Missing for 2 Weeks Tried to SurviveAn elderly husband and wife stranded for two weeks in… Read More

Couple missing 2 weeks drank rain, ate oranges and pie (UPDATE...

Couple missing 2 weeks drank rain, ate oranges and pie (UPDATE 3)Robert Acosta said Monday by phone.… Read More

Pair last seen at San Pasqual casino found on nearby...

Pair last seen at San Pasqual casino found on nearby reservationAn elderly couple who were last seen… Read More

Mary Ann Andreas: A knowledge gap on Native issuesThere has been...

Mary Ann Andreas: A knowledge gap on Native issuesThere has been a flurry of news reports about an u… Read More

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Inu-Yupiaq

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Native Americans and Aboriginal Peoples had their own recipe to resolve coughs. The Balsam of Pine trees were used to make a tea that helped relieve coughs. Many cough syrups today use the same ingredient.

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Dull Knife ~ Northern Cheyenne Leader

Although Dull Knife (1810?-1883) was active in the Cheyenne-Arapaho War in Colorado,
Chief Bowl

The Bowl ~ Cherokee Chief

The Bowl (also Chief Bowles; Cherokee: Di'wali) was one of the leaders of the

Chief Donnacona ~ Stadacona

Chief Donnacona (died c. 1539 in France) was the chief of Stadacona located at the
Native American Pottery- The Southwest

Native American Pottery- The Southwest

At least nine distinct types of decorated pottery were made in the Southwest before
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Overview and Development of Native American Pottery Making

The pottery of the Keres-speaking Indian Santo Domingo, Cochiti, San Felipe, Laguna,
Native American flutes

Making Flute Music

Native American flutes that are carved from wood differ from other musical