Category Archives: Native American History

3 Native American Women Who Made History

3 Native American Women Who Made History

Native Americans have an illustrious and tragic history that has greatly contributed to the whole of American society. We’ve all heard the story of Sitting Bull or Pocahontas—or have seen the terribly inaccurate Disney films—but the list of historical Native American figures extends far beyond those few. American Indian women in particular have earned their… Continue Reading

The Seven Clans of Cherokee

The Seven Clans of Cherokee

The seven clans of the Cherokee nation are not separated by boundaries, but by their purpose in Cherokee society. The division of these clans was important to the functionality and peace of the Cherokee people. Anigatogewi: Wild Potato Clan As the food gatherers, this clan had a deep understanding of how to find natural food… Continue Reading

Infographic: Fast Facts about Native American Culture

Infographic: Fast Facts about Native American Culture

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Honoring the Navajo Code Talkers

Honoring the Navajo Code Talkers

Throughout the course of the 20th century, code talkers played a huge role in the success of the U.S. military. Code talkers were military personnel who utilized obscure languages in order to communicate secret tactical messages during times of war. From the Cherokee code talkers who served alongside British soldiers during the Second Battle of… Continue Reading

Stay in an Authentic Native American Home in Arizona

Stay in an Authentic Native American Home in Arizona

Arizona is a land of many cultures, sharing its border with Mexico and its past with the Native American tribes of the Southwest. In certain parts of the Grand Canyon State, visitors have the option of staying in actual Native American homes from the pre-contact period, with each design telling an interesting story. You can’t… Continue Reading