Native American History
If you're brand new to taxidermy, skinning in particular, or are just plain curious about weird things, then boy are you in for a treat! Since the dawn of man, animal skins have been used for a variety of practical and...
There are 7 clans of the Cherokee Indian. It is important to know this because they are not allowed to marry inside their clan. The women are the head of household in the Cherokee so membership is attained through the...
‘Never Forget’ Though these two words may mean nothing to you, to those whose ancestors perished by stake, drowning, flame, and other forms of torture during the Crusades, the Inquisitions, the...
It may well be the that origins of Bigfoot was not a large primate, but an Indian Chief names Starr Wilkensen with size 18 feet.
The Canadian Pacific Northwest is one of my favorite areas in North America to visit and it is home to over 200 bands of Native Americans, the earliest peoples of North America.
Early raids, during the 17th century, on Indian villages by white, Jamestown settlers was an ominous sign of what was yet to come. The arrival of the Europeans to the New World started an age of exploration as well as...
In the last quarter of the 18th century, Cherokee Indians made Alabama their homeland. There where many different tribes that resided in Alabama territory & will be mentioned below, however, I am a descendent of the...
Facts about Sacagawea and the Lewis Clark expedition also known as the Corps of Discovery. All about an inspiring young Native American Indian woman.
Here is the unfiltered history about "Six Grandfathers" aka Mount Rushmore
Credit for the invention of agriculture has been said to belong to Cherokee women. It is said that they discovered agriculture from the tiny sprouts of corn (known in earlier times as maize) that came forth from the...
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