Category Archives: Holidays

2020 Holiday Gift Guide – Native American Gifts

2020 Holiday Gift Guide – Native American Gifts

With Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching, it’s time to consider gift options for friends and family. If you like unique gifts, Kachina House has you covered. Here are a few Southwest presents that anyone will love. Dreamcatchers Originating in the Ojibwe culture the dreamcatcher has become a universal symbol for all Native Americans. Meant to capture bad dreams… Continue Reading

5 Native American Thanksgiving Food Favorites

5 Native American Thanksgiving Food Favorites

  Native Americans have long celebrated Thanksgiving. Well before the Thanksgiving that most Americans know of took place in 1621, they celebrated thanksgiving to the Creator every day. In modern times, many Native Americans still do this on a daily basis with a number of them also focusing their efforts on the same Thanksgiving day that non-Native… Continue Reading

Celebrating Native American Fathers This Father’s Day

Celebrating Native American Fathers This Father’s Day

Despite being both matrilocal and matrilineal, Navajo culture values the contributions of fathers in their children’s lives. In the Hossain and Aziano study, fathers were shown to participate in child-rearing only a few hours a week less than mothers. A child’s father is a strong role model in the development of children of all genders. Even the tradition of uncles being… Continue Reading

Kachina House Christmas Gift Guide 2019

Kachina House Christmas Gift Guide 2019

If you’re looking for holiday gifts that will delight loved ones, it’s hard to go wrong with Native American crafts. At Kachina House, we’re gearing up for yet another busy season of shipping high-quality merchandise around the world. Here are a few gift ideas for the 2019 holiday season sure to delight family and friends.   Dreamcatchers One of the most popular Native… Continue Reading