A new Penn Museum exhibit titled Moundbuilders: Ancient Architects of North America highlights more than 5,000 years of building.
Debra Utacia Krol
$40 Million and 23 Years Later: The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum is now underway for 39 Oklahoma tribe histories!
Archaeology can tell us many things, there are many it can’t. Here are a few things we know and don’t about the indigenous people who built the Native American mounds at Crystal River.
The master narrative of civilization in the Americas claims that brave European explorers “discovered” continents sparsely populated by stone-age hunter-gatherers who had no use for land titles. When the hunting played out or the harvest season for fruits and vegetables ended, the Natives moved on, leaving little evidence their...
Though the Spanish destroyed many Mayan documents, one of the oldest sources of information on Mayan culture is being preserved digitized by the Smithsonian.
Another of North America’s “lost cities” has been found; the urban center—called Etzanoa by the Spanish—was home to some 20,000 Wichita Indians in southern Kansas.
Native stories are often overlooked by mainstream media but there are plenty of websites and apps recognizing the importance of Native travel and tourism.
On April 20, 1769, Ottawa war chief Pontiac was murdered in Cahokia, Illinois by a member of the Peoria Tribe. Pontiac had brought together 18 tribes.
Woodhenge, at Cahokia Mounds in Illinois, will be the site of a vernal equinox celebration to welcome spring a day early on Sunday March 19.
Were inhabitants of Cahokia trading with Toltec Mexico? What happened to the great city near present-day St. Louis?
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