Siksika, Kainai, Peigan and North Peigan Pikuni tribes form the nation of Blackfoot Indians. They migrated from the Great Lakes area to the Northwest of the United States and into Canada. Blackfoot Indians followed buffa... More »

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The Algonquin, a collection of tribes in what is now Quebec, were among the first Native Americans contacted by the French, becoming staunch allies with them. Being on the losing side of the French and Indian War, they e... More »

One fact about the Seneca tribe is that the tribe was the largest of the original members of the Iroquois League that formed the Confederacy. Another interesting fact about the tribe is that its members originally inhabi... More »

The name "Mohawk," which means “eater of living things” or “man eater,” was given to the tribe by English and Dutch settlers, who used the term to describe many of the tribes in New England and New York. The Mohawk refer... More »

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Seven tribes inhabited Oklahoma including the Plains Apache tribe, the Arapaho tribe, the Caddo tribe, the Comanche tribe and the Kiowa tribe; in addition to the Osage tribe and the Wichita tribe. Twenty-five other tribe... More »

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The tribe called the Jumano Indians broke down into three groups that formed around 1500 and continued living in the American Southwest through the year 1700, establishing hunting territories and interacting with other t... More »

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 r... More »

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