- Comanche Divisions and Bands
- Chickasaw Clans
- Truman Washington Dailey,last native speaker of the Otoe-Missouria dialect of Chiwere
- Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s foundation offers to build skate park on Fort Yuma Quechan Reservation
- Native American Day One Step Closer as an Official State Holiday in California
- Cherokee Nation to offer tribal photo IDs in Colorado
- Nooksack Place Names
- Cheyenne Principal Divisions and Bands
- What is an Indian Colony?
- Mountain Spirits
- Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation
- Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe Reservation
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium reaches landmark contract settlement with IHS
- Chipewa Cree tribal leader indicted on multiple charges
- Redskins Stripped Of Trademarks
Native American Symbols
What is significant to one tribe may or may not be meaningful to another tribe, or it may be interpreted in a different way. Many symbols are just an artist's interpretation of a pleasing pattern or patterns that look good together.
In this section, we shall discuss some of the most common symbols found in native american art, crafts, and cultures.