This article explains every day life of the frontier woman. The primitive living conditions are described and the loneliness of these women.
To sit and study the photographs of Chaco Canyon leads to a phenomenal journey of the imagination. To visit the fabulous Pueblo site in person is beyond fascination!
The buffalo jump became easy and wasteful after the introduction of horses and guns to First Nations by Spain. We forget that Spain claimed lands all the way to Canada on the West Coast.
This is part 3 of a 4 part hands-on unit on Native Americans. Decorate parfleches, fry salmon cakes, create totem poles, dramatize a dramatize potlatch ceremony, and more! My lessons are geared toward 3rd-4th grade...
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!
The story of Pocahontas has been written and rewritten many times, but the most common is the fantasy version from Hollywood and Walt Disney. This version is based on the true facts which are no less gripping than the...
The legends that have grown up around the Plymouth Colony First Thanksgiving are inaccurate when compared to 17th Century settlers' handwritten diaries and ledgers in museums around the US.
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...
Quanah Parker was a bridge for his people to the new world. He helped them to adjust, which saved them from certain starvation and death.
With many obstacles ahead of her, Susan La Flesch was determined to become a doctor. She was dedicated and steadfast to her goal.