- Zuni men come into the light
- The Origins of Zuni Totems and Names
- Quotes from Black Elk
- Taos Pueblo Reservation
- Fort Mohave Indian Reservation
- Blackfeet Indian Reservation
- Navajo Reservation
- San Juan Pueblo
- Hualapai Indian Reservation
- Pictures of Manuelito, Navajo Chief
- Tribes of the Great Sioux Nation
- Indian Families or Stocks in the United States
- Great Plains Indian Wars
- Great Basin Indian Wars
- California Indian Wars
A Song For The People
Grandfather, Great Spirit
I give you thanks
That we can sit here
In this circle of Life,
We send Prayers
And the very best thoughts.
A visit to Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico is a sacred journey
The ancient pueblo of Acoma is aptly nicknamed. Known as the Sky City, it commands the most exotic location of any inhabited place in the United States — the top of a 370-foot-high mesa in New Mexico, a natural citadel of golden rock, an island in the sky.
It’s also amazingly well-disguised.
Shawnee Chief Cornstalk
Cochise Bio, Apache Chief
Cochise was born about 1805 in an area that is now the northern Mexican region of Sonora, New Mexico, and Arizona as a member of the Chokonen-Chiricahua Apache tribe.
Chief Red Fox, Silent Film Actor
Tokalu Luta was born on 11 June 1870, on the Pine Ridge Reservation,Thunder Butte, in the Dakota Territory. He was a Ogala Lakota Sioux Native American. He became known as Chief William Red Fox. His father was Chief Black Eagle and his mother was White Swan, the sister of Chief Crazy Horse. Thus, he was a nephew of the famous Sioux leader Chief Crazy Horse.
Chief Black Hawk
Saginaw Grant Biography
Saginaw Grant (born Morgan Saginaw Grant) is a respected member of the Sac-n-Fox,Iowa and Otoe-Missouria Nations. He is a a Native American actor, traditional dancer, and motivational speaker.His most recent role was in The Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp.
Sac and Fox Song
Sac and Fox Peyote Song
Old Chief Joseph (Tuekakas), Nez Perce Chief
Old Chief Joseph (Tuekakas), was leader of the Wallowa Band and one of the first Nez Percé converts to Christianity and a vigorous advocate of the tribe's early peace with whites, and father of Chief Joseph (also known as In-mut-too-yah-lat-lat or Young Joseph). He was chief of the Nez Perce from 1785—1871.
Nez Perce Chief Lawyer "Hallahotsoot"
Chief Lawyer "Hal-hal-hoot-soot" was the son of a Salish speaking Flathead woman and Twisted Hair, the Nez Perce man who welcomed and befriended Lewis and Clark in the fall of 1805. He was designated as Head Chief of the Nez Perce for the signing of the 1855 and controversial 1863 Treaty.
Quotes from Cochise, Apache
Quotes from Cochise, famous Apache warrior. Cochise, like Crazy Horse, was never photographed.