Tag: Plains Indians
Smithsonian Channel documentary details how taxidermist William Temple Hornaday saved the bison from complete extinction in the early 1900s.
Buffalo were their lifeline—the Indians had a symbiotic relationship with them, and always honored the mighty beasts for the many blessings they provided.
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...
According to the a new book, "Echinacea angustifolia, also known as Echinacea or the purple coneflower, has been the most widely used medicinal plant of the Plains Indians in North America."
A look at two invented statuses tied together in history – the corporate persons and those described as domestic, dependent nations.
The status of domestic, dependent nations was incoherent in the beginning and has only become more incoherent over time.
A Montana State University Cherokee expert will give a lecture about the importance of bison to Native Americans at Custer State Park.
American Indians & Route 66 is a 65-page guidebook that adds the indigenous narrative to the story of America's most famous highway.
Native Fashion Now exhibit makes last stop in New York City, features Bethany Yellowtail, Lloyd “Kiva” New, Virgil Ortiz, Patricia Michaels, and Louie Gong.
Inspiration versus appropriation - Macy's now has Jessica Simpson beaded dress sandals that are 'Tribal-Inspired.'
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