How to Build a Medicine Wheel
Sacred circles exist in virtually every culture in the world, past and
Mayan Pyramids of Tikal
The Mayan pyramids in Tikal are among all that remain of the once powerful city-state.
How to Make Seminole Blowguns
The Native American Seminole tribe, originally from Florida, is believed to have traditionally used blowguns to hunt
How to Use Yucca Root
Yucca plants belong to the agave family and thrive in most of North America.
Facts on Turkey Feathers
At full maturity, turkeys have 3,500 feathers, most of which are disposed at the time they are
How to Identify Markings on an Ancient Indian Pottery Vase
Identifying markings on ancient Native American (Indian) pottery can be challenging.
Pueblo Deer Dance History
For over 500 years, Pueblo Indians settled in the area of present-day New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Nevada.
How to Build Cherokee Indian Tools
Originally native to the Southeastern United States, the Cherokee tribes received their name from the Muskogee
Information About Moccasin Shoes
From plains and forestland to the runways and high-end catalogs, moccasins have been a popular and functional form of footwear for ages.
Bifacial Stone Tools
Bifacial stone tools are produced by systematically chipping or flaking an unmodified rock, called a cobble.
Value of Navajo Sand Art
Since its inception, Navajo sand art evolved from temporary religious paintings used for ceremonies to permanent profitable
Native American Uses of Oak Trees for Food
Oak trees thrive in temperate regions throughout the northern hemisphere.
The History of the Indian War Dance
In past centuries Native Americans performed dance rituals for specific reasons.