Posts under: Native American History

9 Famous Native American Women In History That You Need To Know

It’s interesting to know that some of the great Native American women have played their roles as artists, healers, and much more and that too excellently. However, unfortunately, you won’t find the names of many of these inspirational personalities in most history textbooks.  Famous Native American Women Here are nine...

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Native American Quotes As Meaningful As They Were Centuries Ago

Native American Nations have a rich oral history dating before the pre-colonial era. Part of that history are quotes from our ancestors.  Learn from our past to change our future. Here are some beautiful quotes from great leaders and warrior; more than about subjugation but about the Spirit, the Self,...

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Wet Plate Photography – On Indian Time With Corinne

Watch the next episode of our new Youtube series - On Indian Time! Corinne Oestreich hosts the show.  On Indian Time will feature interviews, stories, and more from all around Indian Country. https://youtu.be/QRC6nJkOFic Wet Plate Photography https://www.instagram.com/p/B1KWt6XgQ8N/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link https://www.instagram.com/p/B08_yddFOHk/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link https://www.instagram.com/p/B09J8x0Ftir/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link From Sharoncol.balkowitsch.com Wet plate collodion is one of the earliest forms...

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Native American Religion and Spirituality – Common Threads, Unique Beliefs, and Too Many Misconceptions

The diversity of Native American religions could fill whole libraries with descriptions of belief, tales of lore, definitions, explanations, and insights into spiritual practices and ceremonies. To the outside world, however, far too much of the truth remains generalized and horribly steeped in stereotypes and misconceptions. Until around the middle...

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