How to Make a Diorama of an Alaskan Athabaskan Teepee
Making dioramas (display boxes) is a standard method for students to display what they have learned in a history or science class.
Types of Foods That the Haudenosaunee Eat
The Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois as they are commonly known, are one of the central Native American nations in North
Douglas Blue Feather ~ Cherokee Nation
Douglas Blue Feather, whose ancestry includes American Indian, Iberian, and
The Jody Brown Indian Family ~ Cherokee
The Jody Brown Indian Family (JBIF) was a professional Southern Gospel group from Robbinsville, NC.
Information on Native American Drums in New Mexico
To some Native Americans, the drum is symbolic of keeping in tune with the heartbeat of Mother
Martin David Robinson ~ Choctaw
Martin David Robinson (September 26, 1925 – December 8, 1982), known professionally as Marty Robbins, was an American singer,
Meaning of a Dog Totem
In Native American legends, people relied on the symbolism of animals to guide them through life and impact their decisions.
Tools Found in Alabama Woodland Indian Burials
Alabama Woodland Indians buried there dead with a variety of tools intended for use in the
What are the Goshute Indian Tribes?
The Goshute Indians are among the native inhabitants of the desert Southwest of the United
Tlingit Indian Tribe Tools & Inventions
The Tlingit people reside in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
How to Join the Comanche Tribe in Texas
The Comanche tribe are a Plains Indian tribe whose range once included the areas of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
What Are the Traditions of the Missouri Indian Tribe?
The Missouri people lived in Missouri, Kansas and Iowa. Their best-known village was located on the south bank of the Missouri River
Joanne Shenandoah ~ Iroquois Confederacy
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