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Cherokee Legends of White Race of Pyramid/'Mound' Builders that preceded them in North America - Barton in 1797 "The Cherokee tell us when they first arrived in the country, which they inhabit, they found it possessed by certain 'moon-eyed people', who could not see in the daytime. These wretches they expelled." He seems to consider them an albino race.

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Which of the 11 American nations do you live in?

A fascinating new look at the cultural differences between the 11 nations that make up North America.

On this date in 1876, Zitkala Sa was born on the Yankton Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She would go on to write several books, including American Indian Stories, co-write the first Native American opera, and found the National Council of American Indians-Feb 23 ...

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40 more maps that explain the world

North America's languages, before colonialism (WashingtonPost)

Red Cloud (en lakota: Maȟpíya Lúta en français Nuage rouge), né en 1824 près de l'actuelle North Platte (Nebraska), mort le 10 décembre 1910, est un chef sioux. Chef des indiens sioux Oglalas, il n’est pas fils de chef mais le devient pour sa bravoure et sa témérité. Il gagne de nombreuses batailles et incite de nombreux chefs sioux à faire de même pendant la « guerre de Nuage Rouge » qu’il dirige de 1866 à 1868, guerre qui vise le retrait des forces armées de la piste Bozeman,

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Information & Facts on Teepees

Misconceptions ~ Teepees were widely used by the Great Plains tribes of North America, who lived a nomadic existence. Wigwams, on the other hand, were domed dwellings made of grass, cloth, and brush that were popular among the Native Americans of the Northeast and Southwest. American Indian dwelling varied immensely from region to region, and even from season to season.

Ancient England - The Ancient Cultures of Britain. Map of Ancient Britain, showing the Celtic tribes, and Roman roads

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Rare, Old Photos of Native American Women and Children

Pretty Nose, a Cheyenne woman. Photographed in 1878 at Fort Keogh, Montana by L. A. Huffman.

Native American Tribes You've Never Seen Before

These are actual tiny child handcuffs used by the U.S. government to restrain captured Native American children and drag them away from their families to send them to the Indian boarding schools where their identities, cultures and their rights to speak their Native languages were forcefully stripped away from them.