Native American Poetry: To walk the Red Road
Long road winding began in the stars,
spilled onto the mountain tops,
was carried in the snow to the streams,
to the rivers, to the
About Inuit Tribe
The Inuit have a close family life. They always did. They are one of the few of the first people who did not go the way of the white man.
Eagles & Native American Symbolism
Bald eagles and golden eagles were important birds in Native American culture and
Ancient Navajo Rugs
The Navajo tribe crossed the Bering Strait from Asia to Alaska and arrived in what is now the U.S.
Native American Crafts for Giveaway Gifts
For thousands of years, native peoples have populated the Americas from the southern tip of Chile to the farthest reaches of
Reasons Why They Make Totem Poles
Many people associate totem poles with American Indian tribes across the world, but that is not the case.
How to Make Aleut Harpoons and Spears
The Aleutian people have lived on the crescent-shaped volcanic archipelago extending west of the state of Alaska for more than 4,000 years.
How Do I Teach Kids About Native American Clothing?
Native Americans were the original peoples of the territory that now composes the United States, including the 48 contiguous states and
Birds in Aleut Culture
The Aleutian Islands in Alaska is home to the Aleuts (Unangan) native people and a massive avian population.
Apache Indian Pottery
The Apaches are members of the Athapascan family of Native Americans, which is said to have had its origin in Alaska and Northwestern
Orobanche fasciculata is a species of broomrape known by the common name clustered
Native Americans Clothing questions and answers
The primary material used by Native Americans in their clothing was made from animal hides. Generally they used the hides of the animals they hunted for food. Many tribes such as the Cherokee and
Alaska Sockeye Salmon, baked whole, Flathead Syle
Dress and clean freshly caught sockeye salmon (or any type whole fish), fins and head removed.
Set oven at 360 degrees.