People can find literature resources on Navajo culture through the Native Languages of the Americas website. Amazon.com also offers more than 2,000 books on the topic, including "The Scalpel and the Silver Bear" and "His... More »

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Some of the major events in Navajo history include the tribe immigrating from northern Canada in 1400 AD, inhabiting the southern United States, first contact with European settlers, conflict and a 400-mile journey calle... More »

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The Navajo creation story involves four worlds. In the first world, First Man and First Woman come into being. The second world is very similar to that of the Garden of Eden story in Genesis ending with First Man and Fir... More »

As of September 2015, Hopi Indian tribe food recipes are on the websites for Honest Cooking, Allrecipes and Native Languages of the Americas. Honest Cooking has a well-rated recipe for Hopi Blue Corn Tortillas. The baker... More »

According to historic lore, literature and films, the traditional way to become a vampire requires a vampire to drain a human of blood to the brink of death, and the human to drink blood from the vampire. The human then ... More »

Pixies and fairies are both types of mythical creatures in human folklore and literature, but fairies derive from locations around the world, while pixies are considered beings native to Northern Europe, particularly Eng... More »

American folklore legends come from several media, including oral traditions, ballads, literature and historical mythology. The most-famous legends often center around mythic figures such as Paul Bunyan, Casey Jones or J... More »

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