Native American Baby Boy Names With Meanings
Native American name with meaning
In search of a unique and meaningful name for your baby boy? We would recommend that you consider Native American names. Not only do these sound exotic, but they carry very deep meanings as well. We have provided a list of some of...
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Native American Baby Girl Names and Their Meanings
Native American baby girl name and its meaning
Native American names are some of the most meaningful names and a lot of consideration and thought goes into choosing one. We have provided a list of some of the most popular Native American girl names along with their meanings.
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Things You Need to Know About Clovis Culture
Fact about Clovis culture
Clovis culture was widely regarded as the first human civilization to set foot in North America. They have been stereotyped as cave-dwelling hunters of giant mammoths. Buzzle will give you information on their origins, culture,...
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12 Native American Astrological Signs and Their Meanings
Native American astrological signs and their meanings
The Native Americans found their inspiration in the midst of nature. They associated literally everything with the traits of other living creatures, including birth symbols. This Buzzle article consists of the 12 Native American...
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Native American Symbols and Meanings
Native American symbols and meanings
Bear, feather, eagle and arrow are some of the well-known Native American symbols. The symbols usually signified qualities that were adored by these tribes.
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Native American Tattoos
Native American tattoo designs
Native Americans have sported tattoos for centuries. Native American tattoos not only look amazing, they are also symbolic of certain ideals. The following write-up provides information on these tattoos.
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Iroquois Tribe: Religion and Culture
Fact about Iroquois tribe people
The Iroquois Confederacy or Haudenosaunee is unique in culture and religious beliefs. This 'League of Peace and Power' or 'People of the Longhouse' as they call themselves, are the result of a merger of the Onondaga, the Mohawk,...
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Iroquois Tribe: Food and Clothing
Fact about Iroquois tribe
The Iroquois Tribe belongs to the Confederacy by the same name. Known by different names, such as 'League of Peace and Power', 'Six Nations', and even 'People of the Longhouse', the group is one of the earliest Native Americans.
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Native Indian War Paint Symbols and their Meanings
Native Indian war paint symbols and their meanings
Native Indians have long embraced the practice of face paint to communicate messages via colors and different symbols, especially during wars. You may not want to miss out on learning about different symbols and meanings of Native...
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Information About the Mound Builders
Fact about Emerald Mound
United States has a rich archaeological history to boast of - thanks to the prehistoric native Americans belonging to various cultures, who were named as mound builders due to the mounds built for ceremonial, burial or religious...
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Interesting Facts About the Blackfoot Tribe
Blackfoot tribe fact
America has been the home for many native American aborigines. Here, you will come to know some interesting facts about the Blackfoot tribe.
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History of the Karankawa Tribe
Fact about Karankawa tribe
The Karankawa tribe, now extinct, resided along the Gulf Coast of Texas and played a vital role in the early history of Texas.
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Shawnee Tribe: History and Religion
Fact about Shawnee tribe
The Shawnee tribe is a native American Indian tribe, which has its religious beliefs rooted firmly in its culture. People of this clan lived in the Central Ohio River Valley. Today, most of them have settled in different parts of...
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Facts About the Jumano Indians
Fact about the Jumano Indians
The Jumano Indians, now believed to be extinct, were an indigenous tribe that occupied a significant part of Texas, New Mexico, and present-day Mexico. This Buzzle post gives you some interesting facts about the mysterious and...
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Interesting Facts About the Hupa Tribe
Fact about the Hupa tribe
The Native American Hupa tribe, also known as Hoopa, is believed to have migrated to north-western California around 1000 A.D. This Buzzle post states some interesting facts about the Hupa tribe, their beliefs, early history, and...
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Treaty of Greenville (1795) Explained
Fact about Treaty of Greenville (1795)
The treaty of Greenville was an important event in the history of the United States, towards resolving the continuous conflict between the tribes of American Indians in the Great Lakes region and the European-American government....
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Facts about the Crow Indian Tribe
Fact about Annual Crow Fair
One of the native American Indian tribes, the Crow Indian tribe has its own identity and a unique way of living life. Buzzle takes you through some interesting-to-know facts about this tribe.
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Information about The Pequot War
The Pequot war was an armed conflict between the indigenous people and the settlers of New England. The following article will help you uncover the past.
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Native American Food and Recipes
Traditional Native American food differs from the way it is prepared today. Take a look at some traditional recipes which can help you bring back the authentic taste in your daily meals.
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Native American Musical Instruments
The music of the Native Americans is melodious and is used for communication purposes. However, the music as well as musical instruments vary among the various tribes. This article will shed light on the various instruments that...
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Cherokee Symbols
The Cherokees are a Native American tribe that reside in America, and they have devised their own symbol syllabary to use as a medium of communication. Almost every Cherokee Indian is familiar with these symbols and can understand...
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Iroquois Arts and Crafts
Here is an article which gives a glimpse of the culturally rich past of the Iroquois tribe. Read on to know about their peculiar arts and crafts as well as some interesting facts about the same...
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Famous Native Americans
American Indians have played a significant role in making what America is today to a considerable extent. This article provides a brief insight into these personalities and their contributions.
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Native Americans and Alcoholism
Alcohol is considered to be one of the major reasons behind the downfall of the native American culture. This article deals with native Americans and alcoholism. Keep reading.
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Oil Business Becomes Big Business for American Indians
An American Indian reservation that has suffered from deep poverty for decades is now enjoying a boom in wealth, thanks to the oil business.
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How to Make a Teepee
Teepees are conical tents which were commonly used by the tribes of the Great Plains. They are usually associated with the Native Americans. The following section gives some methods to build these.
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Native American Drum Music
The traditional tribal music used, created, or performed by the First Nations people of Canada and indigenous Americans in the U.S., is known as Native American music. The drum forms a crucial part of this culture, and the upcoming...
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Mashantucket Pequot Tribe
A relatively small Native American tribe located in the state of Connecticut, The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe received federal recognition in 1983. Read on to know more about this tribe...
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Native American Creation Stories
Native Americans are the hardy indigenous people from North America. They have inhabited continental United States, as well as parts of Alaska and Hawaii much before the settlers or colonists arrived in the New World. The distinct...
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Native American Religion
Many of the religions practiced by the Mayans, Aztecs, Olmecs, etc. are still practiced by the people of South America.
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Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest
Totem poles are almost as famous as teepees as symbols of Native Americans. This article explains what they are and why they are carved.
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Native American Culture
Perhaps there is no other group in the world that has quite so diverse and rich culture as that of the Native Americans. With their gilded history that is rich in strife, struggle, and triumph, the Native American culture is indeed...
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History of Native Americans
If you want to know more about the history of Native American Indians, read this article.
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Powwows - Traditional Native American Gatherings
Powwows are held annually all over the United States and Canada. What are these and what will you see if you visit one? Let's find out...
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