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According to Native American beliefs, the bear symbolizes healing, inner strength, knowledge and the cyclical nature of life, and the turtle represents wisdom, patience, planning and an ability to change. In Native American traditions, animals serve as totems, or spirit guides, and appear regularly


Indians, as in people from India, are considered Asian because their homeland is in Asia; Native Americans, sometimes called "Indians" for historical reasons, are not considered Asian. India is located on a peninsula in southern Asian, bound by the Himalayas to the north.


Many different dictionaries exist for Native American languages. Access to these resources is available on websites such as the Native Languages of the Americas, Sage and Sweetgrass and the New Lakota Dictionary from the Lakota Language Consortium.


Online photo galleries of Native American Indians are available on many websites, including FirstPeople.us, History.com, the Digital Library section of Northwestern.edu and Archives.gov. Most galleries include pictures of tribal members, customary shelters and ceremonial events.


Find free images on websites such as Picjumbo and Pixabay. These stock photo sites offer photographs and images in a wide range of categories, all free to download. Most of the images on the sites require no attribution.


Examples of American Indian tribes native to Arizona include the Hopi Tribe, Yavapia-Prescott Tribe, Cocopah Tribe and Havasupai Tribe. Other tribes include the San Juan Southern Paiutes, the Navajo Nation and the San Carlos Apache Tribe.


Some of the lesser known American Indian tribes include Pinoleville Band of Pomo, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Dry Creek Rancheria and Lytton Rancheria, and these are only a few of the tribes found in California. There are hundreds of Indian tribes across America, the majority of which are le


Some common last names for Native Americans are Begay, Yazzie, Locklear, Garcia and Martinez. A few other commonly used American Indian names are Hunt, Wilson, Tsosie, Smith and Oxendine.


The characteristics of American Indian pottery vary depending on the nation or tribe that produces it, but common themes include gracefully curving lines and geometric designs in natural pigments. Some pottery includes representations of deities or mythological stories.


The Shoshone Indians were a Native American tribe that dominated both the west and east sides of the Rocky Mountains. These nomadic people ventured throughout the Snake River regions, which is where the tribe earned their nickname ‘Snake People.’ The tribe’s food gatherers would dig for roots and ve