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3D Hohokam Pithouse Hohokam Pithouse
Abenaki a Native American Nation comprised of descendants of the Alnobak (Abenaki Indians) that have inhabited N'Dakinna, also known as Vermont, Southern Quebec and parts of New York state and New Hampshire for over 12000 years
Amonsoquath tribe of Cherokee, Native indians
Anasazi Pueblo Bonito was constructed over a thousand years ago. One of many "great houses" at the Chaco site, it contained several hundred rooms, was multi-story. The circular structures were subterranean ceremonial chambers called "kivas."
Anasazi the American southwest, Native American Nation
Anasazi and their Hopi descendents the word "Anasazi" (ah-nuh-SAH-zee) is used to describe a distinctive American Indian civilization and culture which existed from a little before the time of Jesus to about 1300 AD
Anasazi architecture Anasazi architecture
Anasazi heritage center
Anasazi - Sipapu ruines Anasazi - Sipapu ruines
Ancestral puebloan people of Mesa Verde country
Ancient indian ruins in the four corners area of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona Hisatsinom (Anasazi) era ruins (300-1300 AD), pueblitos of Dinetah (ancient Navajo pueblos)
Apache tribes Apache tribes
Apalachee Apalachee
Assateague peoples of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware
Assateague Indians: what became of them?
Battle of Tippecanoe Battle of Tippecanoe
Betatakin Betatakin ruin, one of three spectacular cliff dwelings in Navajo national monument,  is located in the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona, Native indians
Big Foot
Blythe intaglios intaglios are gigantic human, animal and geometric figures on the ground surface
Brothertown Indians Brothertown Indians of Wisconsin webpage
Cahokia Mounds Cahokia is the site of an ancient Native American city near Collinsville, Illinois, across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Missouri in the American Bottom floodplain. The site is composed of a series of man-made earthen mounds, ...
Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla indians the culture of the Indian people of the confederated tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Chaco Culture
Chaco Canyon views of Chaco culture national historical park in Northwestern New Mexico, Native indians
Chaco Canyon
Chaco Canyon The site of Chaco Canyon is located in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico. It was occupied by people today known as the Anasazi during the mid 7th century
Cherokee Cherokee
Cherokee Cherokee Indians, a branch of the Iroquois nation, can trace their history in North Carolina back more than a thousand years
Cherokee Nation Cherokee Nation
Cheyenne Indian tribe Cheyenne Indian tribe
Cheyenne language Cheyenne is spoken in southeastern Montana on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, and in central Oklahoma. It is a member of the large Algonquian language family of North America
Chucalissa explore the culture of a people who flourished before the first Europeans set foot in the Mississippi valley
Comanche the Comanches were part of the southern groups of Eastern Shoshoni that lived near the upper reaches of the Platte River in eastern Wyoming
Comanche Comanche domestic architecture
Crazy Horse
Dakota culture Dakota culture
Devil's tower the Devil's Tower, known to Native American peoples as Mato Tipi -- The Bear's Lodge -- is a distinctive feature of the landscape in eastern Wyoming in the Black Hills of Wyoming and South Dakota
Lakota Dakota information
Flathead Indian Allotments in Montana, 1889
Fremont culture the Fremont people lived throughout Utah and adjacent areas of Idaho, Colorado and Nevada from 700 to 1300 AD
Fremont Indian rock art Fremont Indians is the name given to the diverse groups of Native Americans that inhabited the western Colorado Plateau and the eastern Great Basin from 400 A.D. to 1350 A.D. Classified as Fremont Indians
Geronimo his own story, origin of the Apache Indians, subdivisions of the Apache tribe, early life, Geronimo's mightiest battle, the white men, coming of the white men
Hopi Pictures
Huichol the Huichol of Mexico, their culture, symbolism and art, Native indians
Huron Huron
Iqaluit the history of Iqaluit
Innu approximately 16,000 Innu (formerly known as Montagnais or Naskapi) inhabit Nitassinan
Iroquois Language and Songs
Kiowa County, Colorado Kiowa County
Kiowa Indian tribe history Kiowa Indian tribe history
Kiowa song
Kiowa orthography Kiowa orthography
Kiowas the Kiowas, according to their traditions, were hunters living at the sources of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers in present Montana, ...
Kwakiutl Indian tribe history
Mesa Verde Mesa Verde (southwestern Colorado, in the Four Corners area) has the largest known collection of Anasazi Indian cliff dwellings. Built mostly in the early 1200's, a hundred years later these magnificant stone towns were abandoned, for reasons known only to their dwellers
Mesa Verde views of several ruins in Mesa Verde national park
Mohegan Mohegan
Mohegan Tribe Mohegan Tribe
Montezuma castle
Montezuma castle Sinagua culture farmers built the five-story, 20 room Montezuma castle pueblo during the 12th century
Navajo nation
Navajo Religion
Nez Perce historic trail Native indian tribes
Nez Perce
Nez Perce photography
Ojibway Ojibway nation
Ojibway nation thousands of years ago, the Ojibwe were among several Indian tribes who lived on the Atlantic coast of North America, ...
Ottawa Indians the Ottawa Indians originally lived along the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario and western Quebec. They moved into northern Ohio circa 1740, ...
Ottawa Indian Tribe
Pawnee nation of Oklahoma
Pocahontas myth, part of Powhatan Renape Nation
Potowatomi in 1600 the Potawatomi lived in the northern third of lower Michigan. Threatened by the Ontario tribes trading with the French (Neutrals, Tionontati, Ottawa, and Huron) during the late 1630s, the Potawatomi began leaving their homeland in 1641 and moved to the west side of Lake Michigan in northern Wisconsin
Powhatan confederacy
Powhatan language
Powwows powwows
Red Cloud
Seminole the Florida Seminole indians
Shawnee Indians
Shawnee Indians the Shawnee Indians were living in the Ohio Valley as early as the late 1600s
Shawnee Indians
Shoshone Indians
Shoshone Indians the historic Shoshone Indians, of the Uto-Aztecan linguistic stock, occupied territory in California, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming, ...
Shoshoni Indians in Nevada
Shoshone Indians of Utah, Native indian tribes
Shoshone Nation
Sitting Bull
Sitka tribe Sitka tribe
Sioux largest and most important Indian tribe north of Mexico
Sioux tribe Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe
Sipapu Sipapu is a web site dedicated to the study of the prehistoric Anasazi of the southwestern United States. In addition to information on the prehistory of this fascinating cultural tradition, there are also interactive reconstructions of their architecture
Southern Ute tribe
Suquamish tribe the Port Madison Indian Reservation is located on the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State. Situated on the waterfront across the Puget Sound from Seattle, the reservation is home to the Suquamish people, a fishing tribe
Taino web Taino indians of the US and Caribbean
Tarahumaras never conquered by the Aztecs and despite being defeated by Mexican armies, the Tarahumaras still consider themselves an independant nation
The alligator mound
Thule Thule culture archaeological sites at the head of Frobisher Bay, just outside Iqaluit, Native indians
Thule culture Thule culture
Thule culture the Thule are the prehistoric ancestors of the Inuit who now live in northern Labrador, ...
Tulalip tribes
Wakash indians Wakash indians
Wichita and affiliated tribes
Winnemem Wintu Tribe
Wyandot nation of Kansas
Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma
Yavapai-Apache Nation the Yavapai-Apache Nation is a sovereign Native American tribe from the Verde Valley, Arizona

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