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.
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!
An explanation of the colors used by the Montana Blackfoot Indians and what they represent.
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.
Exploring the local Native American people who participated in the Thanksgiving story.
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.
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.
Native Americans criss-crossed through the Northwest Territory of America and the Northeast until the were driven back by other nations and the European settlers. The nations themselves lost track of one another. From this they gained strange nicknames - Naked People, Long Tails, Neutrals, etc...
From Alaska and Western Canada, The People of the North migrated, filling Washington, Oregon, and California and creating new cultures. Videos of Pow Wows and photographic images from these areas are incredibly striking.
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!