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Perry Bellegarde ~ Assembly of First Nations

Perry Bellegarde is a Canadian First Nations and Métis activist and politician, who was elected as n… Read More

Gilbert Monture ~ Mohawk

Gilbert Clarence Monture, OC OBE (August 27, 1896 – June 19, 1973) was a Canadian civil servant. Read More

Mistahimaskwa ~ Cree

Big Bear, also known as Mistahimaskwa (c.1825 – 17 January 1888), was a Cree leader who played a piv… Read More

Patricia Monture-Angus ~ Mohawk

Patricia Monture-Angus (September 24, 1958 – November 17, 2010) was a Canadian Mohawk lawyer, activi… Read More

Evan Tlesla Àdams ~ Sliammon First Nation

Evan Tlesla Àdams (born November 15, 1966) is a Canadian actor, playwright and medical doctor. Read More

Alwyn Morris ~ Mohawk

Alwyn Morris, CM (born November 22, 1957) is a Canadian sprint kayaker who competed in the 1980s. Co… Read More

Gertrude Moltke Bernard ~ Mohawk

Gertrude Moltke Bernard, CM, also known as Anahareo, (June 18, 1906 – June 17, 1986) was a Mohawk wr… Read More

Flemish Bastard ~ Mohawk

Chief Canaqueese (Cangueese) was a Mohawk war chief and intercultural mediator who lived in the 17th… Read More

Tadodaho ~ Onondaga Nation

Tadodaho was a Native American and sachem of the Onondaga nation before the Deganawidah and Hiawatha… Read More

Four Mohawk Kings

The Four Indian Kings or Four Kings of the New World were three Mohawk chiefs of the Iroquois Confed… Read More

Shawn A-in-chut Atleo ~ Assembly of First Nations

Shawn A-in-chut Atleo is a former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada. Read More

Ellen Gabriel ~ Mohawk

Ellen Gabriel (born 1959), also known as Katsitsakwas, is an Mohawk activist and artist from Kanehsa… Read More

David Ahenakew ~ Sandy Lake Indian Reserve

David Ahenakew (July 28, 1933 – March 12, 2010) was a Canadian First Nations politician, and former… Read More

James Gabriel ~ Mohawk

James Gabriel was Grand Chief of the Mohawk community at Kanesatake (located near Oka, Quebec) from… Read More

Thomas D. Green ~ Mohawk

Thomas Daniel Green (1848, Brantford, Ontario – 1935, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta) was an early Ca… Read More

Aatsista-Mahkan ~ Siksika First Nation

Aatsista-Mahkan or Running Rabbit (c. 1833 – probably 24 January 1911) was a chief of the Siksika Fi… Read More

Clay Hill ~ Mohawk

Clay Hill (born Clay Squire on May 17, 1976 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a professional box lacrosse pla… Read More

Thomas Charles Longboat ~ Onondaga

Cogwagee (Thomas Charles Longboat) (June 4, 1887 – January 9, 1949) was an Onondaga distance runner… Read More

Greg A. Hill ~ Mohawk

Greg A. Hill is a Canadian-born First Nations artist and curator. Read More

The game of Snowsnake

The game of Snowsnake is a Haudenosaunee winter game. This game is played between native communities… Read More

Kaniehtiio Horn ~ Mohawk

Kaniehtiio Horn (born c. 1986) is a Mohawk actress. She was nominated for a Gemini Award for her rol… Read More

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Clay Hill ~ Mohawk

Clay Hill (born Clay Squire on May 17, 1976 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a professional box lacrosse player. He
Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

Canyon de Chelly (pronounced de-shay), located in northeastern Arizona, is a
Dresses of Indian

Dresses of Indian

Dresses played a prominent role in American Indian life, with most Indian women
Drum of Native American

Drum Beats of Native American

Drum beats were an important part of any Indian celebration. They were also used to
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John Gibson (Onondaga) and Family

Onondaga in Six Nations Reserve

The Onondaga Nation is a sovereign nation of people with its own government. This
Navajo Rugs

Where to Get a Great Rug, and a Helping of Navajo Culture

Those are the next two dates for Navajo rug auctions at Crownpoint, a dusty village
120 Years of Lakota History

There Are 120 Years of Lakota History on This Calendar

The old man Poolaw gave me my Indian name, Tsoai-talee (Rock tree boy), when I was
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Wampanoag Chief Vernon Lopez

Vernon Lopez “Silent Drum” ~ Mashpee Wampanoag

The soft spoken unassuming leader brought a quiet resolve to the tribal agenda.
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Joseph Attean ~ Penobscot

Joseph Attean was born on Christmas Day 1829 and died on the Fourth of July
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Handsome Lake (Sganyadái:yoˀ) ~ Seneca

Handsome Lake (Cayuga language: Sganyadái:yoˀ, Seneca language: Sganyodaiyoˀ)
Native American Pottery- The Southwest

Native American Pottery- The Southwest

At least nine distinct types of decorated pottery were made in the Southwest before
Native American Pueblo Pottery

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