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.
Travels through the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys are filled with scenic landscapes, views that might be passed by with nothing more than a second glance at the beauty they bestow. Upon careful inspection, you might notice the rolling slope of a hill; if you're paying particular attention to the...
The Anasazi of the American Southwest may have disappeared, but their legacy lives on in today's Pueblo Indian crafts. This article describes basic information about the Anasazi, their interactions with other area tribes, and how their styles of decor continue to influence certain types of pottery.
A history of the Mormon immigration by handcarts from European countries and their incredible thirteen hundred mile walk across the United States
Everyday of her life a Native American woman worked hard to provide a home, food and clothing for her family. Every tool used she hand made or was passed down from Grandmothers before her.
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.
Did you know that Native Americans contributed up to 3/5 of all cultivated foods to the world's table? Find out more about the history of Native American foods and a recipe for succotash.
‘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...
When numerous mammals suddenly vanished around 13,000 years ago, so did most of the earliest Americans. Referred to by some archaeologists as "Clovis Man" because of an early find in Clovis NM, these remarkable hunters of the extinct megafauna seemed to vanish too.
The Anasazi built many types of buildings in the American Southwest. Learn about pit houses, kivas, earthen works, and the lasting influence of Anasazi architecture. Pictures and videos included.