Native Languages of the Penobscot
Abnaki-Penobscot is an Algonquian language still spoken today by Western Abenaki elders in
Native Languages of the Abenaki
Abnaki-Penobscot is an Algonquian language still spoken in Canada by a few Western Abenaki
Native Languages of the Passamaquoddy
This Algonquian language has two major dialects: Maliseet (or Malecite), spoken mainly in New
Native Languages of the Maliseet
Maliseet-Passamaquoddy is an Algonquian language with two major
What is a Pow Wow?
The noun Powwow, from the Narragansett Eastern Algonquian language is defined as any gathering of Native
Why Do We Have Native American Powwows?
As you might know we Indians, celebrate by having powwows. Incase powwows are not familiar to you they are a celebration used by
History Of The Naticoke Indian Tribe
History Of The Naticoke Indian Tribe When did Europeans discover the Nanticoke Nation? First contact with the Nanticoke Tribe was recorded by Captain John Smith in 1608. While exploring the
Indian Mission United Methodist Church
Indian Mission United Methodist Church was founded in 1881.
Symbolism Of The Nanticoke
Green over blue represents the Nanticoke Indian Association members family owned land, located on the north shore of the Indian River.
Native Languages of the Potawatomi
Potawatomi--more properly spelled Bode'wadmi, though it seldom is--is an Algonquian language spoken by fewer than 100 people in
Black Hawk War 1767-1838
By the 1830s the process of removing Indian tribes from lands in the eastern United States to accommodate white settlers had been
Squaw’s Den Cave, The Last Indian Battle in Kansas
Travel to the place where the last Indian battle in Kansas took place. Punished Woman Fork is about a mile southeast of Lake Scott State
Northern Idaho Indian Agency (Idaho)
The Northern Idaho Agency was established in 1938 as a successor to the Coeur d'Alene