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
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
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
Ancient Spearheads in Pennsylvania
Spearheads and arrowpoints are found throughout North America. The types of spearpoints changed through the periods of
American Indian Fry Bread Hints
If you have ever attended a Native American PowWow you have probably noticed vendors selling a large doughy piece of bread called fry
Indian Corn Weaving Instructions
After harvesting corn, Native Americans folded the husks away from the ears and braided them to form long ropes with hanging
How to Make Indian Leggings
Anyone who owns a pair of moccasins knows how wonderful it feels to wear them, whether to a ceremony or to dance
The Differences Between the Adena and Hopewell Indian Tribes
The ancient Adena and Hopewell Native-American tribes of North America are more properly described not as tribes but as
Chitimacha Indian Project Ideas
The houses of the Chitimacha were made of wood, cane or reeds, were about 13 feet high and could be round or
Five Themes of Iroquois History
The Mohawk, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, Oneida and Tuscarora, collectively known as the