Anasazi People - Fremont People - Crystalinks

Anasazi People - Fremont People - Crystalinks

Brush shelters (including wickiups, lean-tos, gowa, etc.) are temporary Native American dwellings used by many tribes. Brush shelters are typically very small, like a camping tent. People cannot usually stand up straight inside brush lodges -- they are only used for sleeping in. A brush shelter is made of a simple wooden frame covered with brush (branches, leaves, and grass.) The frame can be cone-shaped, with one side left open as a door,  tent-shaped, with both ends left open.

Brush shelters (including wickiups, lean-tos, gowa, etc.) are temporary Native American dwellings used by many tribes. Brush shelters are typically very small, like a camping tent. People cannot usually stand up straight inside brush lodges -- they are only used for sleeping in. A brush shelter is made of a simple wooden frame covered with brush (branches, leaves, and grass.) The frame can be cone-shaped, with one side left open as a door, tent-shaped, with both ends left open.

Anasazi People - Fremont People - Crystalinks

Kavis used for religious ceremonies

A view of Listuguj across the Restigouche River.

Helping save the Mi’gmaq language in Listuguj

Wilcox Ranch  Fremont artifacts

History of Fremont Culture Pictures Map by Ned Eddins Thefurtrapper Article Catagories: Mountain Men American Indians Exploration Emigration Trails Forest Fires … Continued

Pacific Northwest Clothing - cedar bark

Nuu chah nulth wear "traditional water-resistant cedar clothing" of the pacific northwest"

Native American Symbol Meanings

Learn more about your Native American zodiac sign and Native American animal symbols. Animal zodiac meanings are listed according to your birthdate.

The Chinook Tribe is a group of Native Americans originally found in the Pacific Northwest. Their territory ranged from current-day British Columbia, Canada to eastern Washington State, and their villages were placed along the Columbia River.

Cayuse/Chinook woman known as Ida Howlish or Te-Mow-E-Ne poses with child and many beaded objects :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

this was a tole this arrow head was used for carving & digging but it is also used to help the Anasazi kill their hunt

meyerisland - The Mound Builders

NATIVE WISDOM

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Ojibwe Dwelling, Grand Portage National Monument, near Grand Portage, Minnesota

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10 Indian commandments

I accidently came across this list of the Ten Indian Commandments. I love how the Native American Indians have such a great list of commandments that mean so m

Possible Bag

Native American Possible Bags - A brief look at Plains Indian storage containers.

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Tipi in a Winter Sioux Indian Camp - 1908 Edward S.

A Klikitat woman. Photo: 1905.- The Klikitat are a tribe of the Pacific Northwest. A Shahaptian tribe, their eastern neighbors were the Yakama, who speak a closely related language. Their western neighbors were various Salishan and Chinookan tribes. "Klikitat" is said to derive from a Chinookan word meaning "beyond," in reference to the Rocky Mountains. The Klickitat, however, call themselves Qwû'lh-hwai-pûm meaning "prairie people".

A Klikitat woman. Photo: The Klikitat are a tribe of the Pacific…

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