The Types of Wampanoag Indian Basket Weaving
The Wampanoag people were the original natives of Massachusetts and Rhode
Make a Micmac Teepee
The word "teepee" has come to be associated with the conical-shaped homes that were a common sight in Native American
Teaching Imagery With Native American Myths
Native American mythology is a marvelous tool for teaching imagery, as it is rooted in pictorial effects.
Native American Harvest Festivals
Native American harvest festivals traditionally take place in the late summer or
How to Make a Micmac Teepee
About the Crazy Horse Memorial
Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Crazy Horse Memorial is the world's largest mountain
Where Did the Native American Thunder Bird Come From?
Almost every Native American culture has a Thunder Bird legend, but the exact origins of the Thunder Bird myth have been lost to the
Rogue River Wars
The Rogue River Wars was an armed conflict in 1855–56 between the US Army, local militias and volunteers, and the Native American tribes commonly grouped under the designation of Rogue River
Native American Buffalo Tools
Native American tribes who lived on the Great Plains, such as the Kiowa and Sioux, relied on the buffalo, or
Indian Agriculture Tools
In the centuries before European settlement, Native American tribes used simple tools to farm their land.
Native American Fire Tools
Fire has played an important role in the Native American way of
Native American Pottery Techniques
Native American craftsmen have been creating pottery for thousands of years.
Native American Silversmith Tools
Interviewed for “Collectors Weekly” magazine, Native American jewelry expert, Mark Bahti named Atsidi