Kirk E. Francis Sr ~ Chief of the Penobscot Nation
In 2006, when I was inaugurated into the office of the Chief of the Penobscot
Vernon Lopez “Silent Drum” ~ Mashpee Wampanoag
The soft spoken unassuming leader brought a quiet resolve to the tribal agenda.
Joseph Attean ~ Penobscot
Joseph Attean was born on Christmas Day 1829 and died on the Fourth of July
Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana
The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana is the only tribe in Louisiana to still occupy a portion of their aboriginal homeland.
The Legend of Bayou Teche
Many years ago, in the days of the Tribe's strength, there was a huge and venomous
Motorcycles of Native American
Motorcycles have long been a symbol of America's love for the road and free spirit.
Southwest Indian Blanket
The southwestern style is very unique and at the same time it's easily recognizable.
The First Moccasins
There was once a great Chief of the Plains who had very tender feet. Other mighty chiefs laughed at him; little chiefs only smiled as he hobbled past; and though they did not dare to smile, the
Legend of the White Plume
Long ago, near what is now Iowa City, lived a flourishing Iowa Indian tribe. The Chief of the Iowas was very proud of his daughters. He was secretly hoping for one of them to marry the handsome hero
Morning Star ~ Northern Cheyenne
Morning Star (Cheyenne: Vóóhéhéve, also known by his Lakota Sioux name Tamílapéšni, Dull Knife) was a great chief of the Northern
Two Moons ~ Cheyenne
Two Moons (1847–1917), or Ishaynishus (Cheyenne: Éše'he Ôhnéšesêstse), was one of the Cheyenne chiefs who took part in the Battle of the Little
Men Visit the Sky
Near the beginning of time, five Seminole Indian men wanted to visit the sky to see the Great
The Dogs Came To The Indians
Two Ojibwa Indians in a canoe had been blown far from shore by a great wind. They had gone far and were hungry and