Here is a timeline of the Cahuilla people from the time of their first contact with Europeans in 1774 to the
Aztec history overview and timeline
The center of the Aztec civilization was the Valley of Mexico, a huge, oval basin about 7,500 feet above sea
About Transportation for the Pueblo Indians
Horses didn't arrive into southwest America until the 1600s. Until then, transportation among the Pueblo tribes meant either using your feet or using dogs.
Where Do the Karankawas Live?
The Karankawa Indians have not existed as a group since the mid-1800s, and genealogists have found it impossible to trace any
Victorio’s War (1879–1880)
Victorio's War, or the Victorio Campaign, was an armed conflict between the Apache followers of Chief Victorio, the United States, and Mexico beginning in September 1879. Following his escape from
Eagles & Native American Symbolism
Bald eagles and golden eagles were important birds in Native American culture and
The Mariposa War (December 1850 - June 1851) was a conflict between Native Americans and miners in what was then the immense county of Mariposa in
Second Seminole War: War winds down
Indian Key is a small island in the upper Florida Keys. In 1840, it was the county seat of the newly created Dade County, and a wrecking port. Early in the morning of August 7, 1840, a large party of
What Were the Roles of Men & Women in the Comanche Tribe?
Men and women among the Comanche Indians held distinct roles. The bands of Comanche that roamed the Great Plains area of the United
About the Tarahumara Indians
The people known as the Tarahumara, or Raramuri, which they call
Navajo History of Art
The Navajo call themselves Dine, which means "The People." Spanish explorers of the American Southwest in the 1600s named them
Euphorbia polycarpa (formerly Chamaesyce polycarpa) is a species of spurge known by the common name smallseed
Buffalo Soldiers (1997)
A TV movie based on a true story about the all-black US Cavalry Troop which patrolled in the West in the post Civil War