Tag: Plains Indians
Buffalo were their lifeline—the Indians had a symbiotic relationship with them, and always honored the mighty beasts for the many blessings they provided.
Oklahoma Indians have survived racism in Oklahoma, a forced melting pot of sorts, and continue to experience all stereotypes all the time.
Planning your summer travels, get out and explore this vast land and see how a mix of American and Native culture can be found at these Indian travel sites.
Since the beginning of time, canines have had a special role in Native American family life, here are 10 dog breeds you should know from Indian country.
Discover hidden gems in Minnesota’s valley of the famous red stone, Pipestone National Monument, including sacred quarries and Winnewissa Falls.
A spiritual resource to many American Indians, catlinite or “pipestone” has been harvested by Plains Indians in Pipestone, Minnesota, for centuries to make ceremonial pipes. Today, only people of ancestry...
The new centerpiece of the former Adirondack Museum, now the Adirondack Experience, profiles the Mohawk and Abenaki heritage of the region in a groundbreaking exhibit.
Native Fashion Now exhibit makes last stop in New York City, features Bethany Yellowtail, Lloyd “Kiva” New, Virgil Ortiz, Patricia Michaels, and Louie Gong.
American Indians & Route 66 is a 65-page guidebook that adds the indigenous narrative to the story of America's most famous highway.
On June 19, 1868, Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, a Jesuit missionary, sought peace between “hostile” Indians and the U.S. by meeting with Sitting Bull.
To deal with corruption within the Office of Indian Affairs, Ulysses S. Grant appointed the first Native American to the position, Ely S. Parker.
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