HOW GODS OF WAR PAVED THE TRAIL OF TEARS. Centuries without exposure to war or epidemic diseases led to the developmental inequalities which caused the downfall and conquest of the Native American Indians at the hands of the European settlers....
Watch a video of my hike up to the top of the Tocobaga Tribe's ceremonial mound located in beautiful Safety Harbor, FL. Learn the intriguing history of this amazing yet extinct Native Tocobaga tribe of the Tampa Bay area.
‘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 Native American Genocides, and countless other atrocities before and since these times; they...
An explanation of the colors used by the Montana Blackfoot Indians and what they represent.
There are countless modern remedies and medicines that are based on the continuous study and knowledge of the different plants and herbs used by wise Native Americans for thousands of years.
The history of totem poles around the Pacific Rim and Subpolar regions is many centuries old. In-depth research and interviewing from AD1700 to the present have revealed a global phenomenon previously unknown.
Mayan ball courts in Mexico required passing a ball through a hole high on the court wall, while kicking & throwing a larger ball at statues. The play was intense and the winner was sacrificed.
There were no groups which adequately describe Woolaroc, so I put it into the Native American History section; but it is so much more than that. Travel with me and see.
The Dawes Act of 1887 greatly impacted tribal peoples of the United States by essentially breaking up reservations into personally owned lots that became taxable to the individual. Before hand the land was held by the tribe as a whole and was not taxable.
Why do Native American Indians call White people, Wasichu and what does that mean. Read this article and find out if you are a Wasichu or not!