How to Make Seminole Blowguns
The Native American Seminole tribe, originally from Florida, is believed to have traditionally used blowguns to hunt
How to Use Yucca Root
Yucca plants belong to the agave family and thrive in most of North America.
How to Identify Markings on an Ancient Indian Pottery Vase
Identifying markings on ancient Native American (Indian) pottery can be challenging.
Information About Moccasin Shoes
From plains and forestland to the runways and high-end catalogs, moccasins have been a popular and functional form of footwear for ages.
Native American Uses of Oak Trees for Food
Oak trees thrive in temperate regions throughout the northern hemisphere.
History of Navajo Turquoise Jewelry
Turquoise, the stone that represents happiness, health, and luck to the Navajo tribe, is a common component of Native American
How to Make a Native American Drone Flute
The term drone flute as well as the terms double drone flute double barrel flute and double flute denotes either a
Native American Gourd Crafts
The indigenous peoples of the Americas made beautiful and practical items from natural
How to Make a Native American Tobacco Pipe
Native American pipes are also called calumets, medicine pipes or peace
How to Make a Pipe From Pipestone
Traditional Native American pipes, also called calumets, are carved from
Indian Feather Tools
Common throughout all Native American cultures is a reverence for the Earth and its animals.
The History of the Native American Caddo Indian Pottery
The Caddo occupied the area of what is now eastern Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma in the Red River bend
What Materials Are Used to Make Native American Jewelry?
Before the arrival of Europeans in America, Native Americans traded with neighboring tribes for materials with which to craft