The American Revolutionary War: Native Americans
African Americans—slave and free—served on both sides during the war. The British recruited slaves belonging to Patriot masters and promised freedom to those who served by act of Lord Dunmore's
1924 Indian Citizenship Act
Until the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, Indians occupied an unusual status under federal
Citizenship for Native American Veterans
During World War I, about 9,000 American Indians served in the armed
What are the Tools of Cherokees?
Before the forced relocation of most of the Cherokee Nation to Oklahoma in 1838 and 1839 (known as "The Trail of
Beliefs, Customs Traditions of the Erie & Huron Tribes
The Erie and Huron were part of the Iroquoian language family of indigenous peoples of the upper northeast area of what is now the United
The Disadvantages of an Apache Membership
Tribal enrollment is a procedure carried out by both specific Apache tribes and the United States Department of the
Facts for Kids on Marriages in the Choctaw Tribe
The majority of Choctaw Indians live in Southeastern Oklahoma, where the Choctaw Nation spans 10.5
A Description of Ojibwe Traditions
The Ojibwe Indian nation, also known as the Chippewa Indians in the U.S., are the third most common Indian
The Meskwaki Indian Culture
The Meskwaki Native Americans are a group of people associated with the Eastern woodland culture of the United
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
What is a Wampum Belt?
Wampum belts are belts made from wampum, or shell beads traditionally crafted by the Eastern Woodlands tribes.
Henry Robertson ~ Haisla
Henry's crest is the Raven. He carves masks, feast bowls, and totem poles.
The Hand Game
This game is played among eighty-one Indian tribes of the United