African scarification is the scratching, cutting or burning of patterns and designs into the skin practiced by numerous African tribes. Because many designs consist of raised scars, scarification practitioners irritate t... More »

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The Plains Indians are Native Americans who lived on fertile land along the rivers of the Great Plains and consisted of many tribes. Some of the Plains tribes are the Sioux, Cheyenne, Crow and Pawnee. More »

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The traditional garb of the "pygmy" tribes is a plant-based clothing crafted from the leaves and bark of trees found in the African rain forest. In the native language this clothing is called "mulumba" and it is habitual... More »

Meat, fish, maple syrup and wild rice, roots and berries were the primary dietary items of the Native American Ojibwe tribes. The specific types of meat available depended on the region that each specific tribe inhabited... More »

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As of May 2015, there are 42 tribes in Kenya. Tribes include the Luhya, Ameru, Massai and Kikuyu. The tribes are typically divided into three major language groups: Cushite, Bantu and Nilotes. More »

At some point during the pan-Indian movement of the 1960s and 1970s, dream catchers became a popularly made item among many Native American tribes, including the Cherokee, Navajo and Lakota. They are not, however, tradit... More »

Native American longhouses were commonly used by tribes in the northern United States as protection from the elements. Native Americans built longhouse frames with wooden poles bound together by leather straps and then c... More »

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