The northern provinces of Canada are the coldest in the country. Yet, many Native North Americans - the First Nations - live with others in these very provinces. Their way of life is profound.
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.
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.
Learn more about how to behave and how not to behave when attending or participating in a Native American powwow.
‘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...
Two unusual fine arts expeditions set out along the Pacific Northwest Coast to find works of art in the Indigenous villages that were representative of all the Coastal tribes or nations and cultures. One project occurred before 1945 and the second proceeded in the late 1960s. The researchers were...
A paper discussing how Native American art and culture is generally over looked in educational programs in the United States. Especially in Art History classes.
The native groups in this region migrated from the Pacific Northwest of Canada and USA and from the middle Canada. Native peoples crossed the Canadian border in both directions for food and shelter.
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....
This article was written about the Iroquois Indians, who were probably one of the most amazing Native American tribes. Read about their everyday life and culture here!