What Did a Choctaw Indian Live In?
The Choctaw are a tribe of Native Americans that originally resided in the southern United States in the area that is now
Choctaw Indian Holidays
According to D. L. Birchfield author of "Choctaw," the Choctaw people did not celebrate their
How to Make a Choctaw Dress
Choctaw dresses are traditional dresses worn by women of the Native American Choctaw tribe of Mississippi and
How Did Indians Make a Travois?
A travois is a mode of transportation used by Native Americans in the 18th and early 19th
Who Are the Pequea Indians?
The Pequea was a branch of the larger Shawnee tribe that inhabited the southeast corner of
The Crafts & Tools of the Apache Indians
The Apache Indians are one of North America's best known Native American
The Comanche tribe is made up of Native Americans who once inhabited the Great Plains in the 18th century
Abihka was one of the four mother towns of the Muscogee Creek
Otoe Indian Agency
The Otoe Agency was established in 1856 for the Oto and Missouri Indians. When the bulk of the Oto and Missouri Indians moved to Oklahoma Territory in
Donald Vann ~ Cherokee Painter
Donald Vann is a Full Blood Cherokee painter who was born in Oklahoma. He paints the emotions, experiences and lives of his
The Third Seminole War (1855–58)
This struggle, also known as the Billy Bowlegs War, was the final clash of an intermittent guerilla conflict between the Seminole Indians of
Native Languages of the Potawatomi
Potawatomi--more properly spelled Bode'wadmi, though it seldom is--is an Algonquian language spoken by fewer than 100 people in
Native Languages of the Lenape
Lenapé or Unami Delaware is an Algonquian language originally spoken in New Jersey, Delaware and