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.
The easiest recipe I know.
But the ingredient is the most hard to get.
Cut a square out of whaleskin (beluga, greenland, narwhale or minke for example).
Skok Salmon Cheeks
Take one salmon head at a time and microwave on HIGH for four to 8 minutes depending on size of salmon head and may take longer for frozen heads.
Remove from microwave.
Alex’s Beer Battered Halibut
Cut a couple of pounds of halibut into 1 in. chunks.
Heat cooking oil in deep-fat fryer to 375 degrees.
Acer glabrum is a species of maple native to western North America, from southeastern Alaska, British Columbia and western
Health and Social Issues of Native American Women by Jennie R. Joe
Health and Social Issues of Native American Women is the first book that specifically explores and discusses health and related social
Song of the River by Sue Harrison
Eighty centuries before our time, in the frozen, snowbound interior of a place that will someday be called
Cheechako (Cheechako Series, Book 1)
Will Rollins, a greenhorn––cheechako––(chee-chock-oh) is miserable in his new Alaska life. In addition to the bully after him, he can’t seem to make any friends in school and doesn’t know
The Native American Experience by Carter Smith, Lelia Wardwell
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Boyd Benjamin ~ Yukon
From a long line of fine Gwitch'in fiddlers, Boyd Benjamin was destined to take up the traditions of his home community of Old Crow,