Woody Crumbo ~ Potawatomi
Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Crumbo (January 21, 1912—April 4, 1989) (Potawatomi) was an artist, flautist, and dancer who lived and worked mostly in the West of the United States. As an independent
Last Free Tribes in Kansas
Ten different indian tribes populated the area we now call Kansas at various
The Kidder Massacre of 29 June 1867 refers to the killing of United States Second Lieutenant Lyman Kidder, along with an Indian scout and ten enlisted men in Sherman County, Kansas, near Goodland, by
Pawnee Native American Tools
The Native American Pawnee tribe inhabited what is present-day Nebraska, numbering more than 10,000 by the year
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
Seminole Indian Agency (Oklahoma)
In 1842, a separate subagency for the western Seminole was established on the Deep Fork of the Canadian River
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
Shawnee Indian Agency
The Shawnee Agency in Kansas was established in 1855 from the division of the Kansas
Lobelia inflata (Indian tobacco, Puke weed) is a species of Lobelia native to eastern North
Joseph James and Joseph James, Jr. ~ Kaw-Osage
Joseph James is the name of two Kansa-Osage-French interpreters on the Kansas and Indian Territory frontier in the 19th
In large crockpot; put in carrots, potatoes, salmon, and coconuts milk. Fill the crockpot almost full, about 1 & 1/2 inches from the top. Put in the remaining ingredients, and turn the crockpot on.
The Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study (Indigenous Studies)
The Wyandot were born of two Wendat peoples encountered by the French in the first half of the seventeenth century–the otherwise named Petun and Huron–and their history is fragmented by their