How to Use Yucca Root
Yucca plants belong to the agave family and thrive in most of North America.
Bifacial Stone Tools
Bifacial stone tools are produced by systematically chipping or flaking an unmodified rock, called a cobble.
Native American Uses of Oak Trees for Food
Oak trees thrive in temperate regions throughout the northern hemisphere.
Inuit Fishing Tools
Inuit is an umbrella term used to describe a group of cultures found in the Arctic region of North America.
Indian Flint Knapping Tools
Lithic technology, or stone tools, first appeared nearly 2.5 million years ago in the Oldowan culture of Tanzania.
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
Native American Fire Tools
Fire has played an important role in the Native American way of
North American Ceremonial Tribal Masks
Native American tribes in North America used different styles of masks in
How to Paint Rawhide
Native Americans use rawhide for a myriad of purposes, including for clothes, containers, shelter and recreational objects, such as
Pow Wow Events in Minnesota
A pow wow is a traditional gathering of people whose heritage is native to North
Fun Native American Activities
Native Americans have tried hard to keep the history of the hunter and gathering societies that once roamed the wilderness of North America
Reasons for Native American Genocide
From the time Christopher Columbus first stepped onto North American land until the
Black Hawk War: Final campaign
On June 15, 1832, President Andrew Jackson, displeased with Atkinson's handling of the war, appointed General Winfield Scott to take command. Scott gathered about 950 troops from eastern army posts