Native American Board Games
A traditional Plains Cree game long known in Saskatchewan was called musinaykahwhan metowaywin, or "Playing Leader", The playing pieces were small green painted pegs carved in the shape of men, one
Spirit (Charlie Iron-Knife)
A Native American born into poverty in the Taos Pueblo Reservation in Taos, New
Indian and jackrabbits is a two-player abstract strategy board game from the Tiwa tribe of Taos, New
Laguna Pueblo Dwellers
The Pueblo people are a Native American people in the Southwestern United States.
The Tiwa Indians, also known as Tigua, are a group of Tanoan Pueblo tribes which live in three geographic regions, including Taos and Picuris in northeast New Mexico, Sandia and Isleta near
Fritz Scholder ~ Luiseño
Fritz Scholder (October 6, 1937–February 10, 2005) was one of the most renowned Native American artists of the 20th century.
The Pueblo people are a Native American people in the Southwestern United States. Their traditional economy is based on agriculture and
Pauline Weaver ~ Cherokee
Pauline Weaver (1797 – June 21, 1867), also called Paulino Weaver, was an American mountain man, trapper, military scout, prospector, and explorer who was active in the early southwestern United
Roxanne Swentzell ~ Santa Clara Pueblo
Roxanne Swentzell (born 1962, Taos, New Mexico) is a well-known clay sculptor from Santa Clara Pueblo. She attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM and later the Portland Art