The Tolowa (Taa-Laa-Wa) language (also called Chetco-Tolowa, or Siletz Dee-ni) is a member of the Pacific Coast subgroup of the Athabaskan language
Many different Indian tribes lived in the Chesapeake region, and their social, cultural, and political identities were extremely varied and
Indian Arts and Crafts
Indian art is enjoying a renaissance in the realm of Indian arts and crafts, where many Indians, using traditional techniques and
Elk-Foot of the Taos Tribe
Elk-Foot of the Taos Tribe is a 1909 painting which is considered to be the masterwork of E. Irving
The Peacemaker’s Gift
In a distant time the Oneida, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga and Cayuga warred against each
Allies in War, Partners in Peace
Located on the fourth floor of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington,
The Meaning of the Oneida Seal
The eagle sitting on top of the tree is a protector and has great vision to watch over all Nations.
The Importance of Indian White Corn
On an uncharacteristically warm spring morning, staff from the Onyota’a:ka: Language Program and children participating
Weaving A Story
While Laurel Parker (Turtle Clan) was fascinated by the beadwork being reviewed by Elders, Lucia Thomas (Turtle Clan) was intent upon the
The game of Snowsnake
The game of Snowsnake is a Haudenosaunee winter game. This game is played between native communities.
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 of about 2,000 in northwestern New Mexico.
The Nanticoke Flag
Green over blue represents the Nanticoke Indian Association members family owned land, located on the north shore of the Indian
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is a college focused on Native American art, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.