Chiricahua Apaches after the Civil War (1866-1872)
After the Civil War, Anglo-Americans swarmed into the Chiricahua
Native American Dance Fan
Native Americans made dance fans from natural materials to use in their ceremonies.
Famous native american battles Famous Battles / Wars
American Indian Wars is the name used in the United States to describe the multiple conflicts between American
At one time, more than fourty Assiniboine bands roamed North America. Modern scholars say they split from the main Sioux tribes in the early
Omaha Tribe of Nebraska Timeline
In 200 B.C. many groups of people lived in North America. We call the peoples living in eastern and east central North America the woodland
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Timeline
According to oral traditions, the Ojibwe first lived on the Atlantic coast of North America.
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.
The Sun Dance is a ceremony practiced by some Indigenous Peoples of North America and Canada, primarily those of the plains cultures. After contact with European colonists, and with the formation of
Cutting Tools Indians Used
Early Native Americans created cutting tools from a variety of different
The Role of the Shaman
Though most societies have entered into a post-shamanic period, there are still some small communities in North
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.