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Posts under: Native American History

Do Native Americans Celebrate Thanksgiving?

Do Native Americans celebrate Thanksgiving? For the majority of non-native Americans, Thanksgiving is a time to think about things you are grateful for, eat far too much turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, and relax in front of the TV to catch a football game. The stories of the history of...

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Top Native American Documentaries – Learn The Real Story of Native Culture in History and Today

Learning with documentary movies and TV series captures the mind and helps you experience the truth about a particular time, place, or people in a more engaging way. Native American documentaries have shown glimpses of both historical events, individuals, and current issues that have to do with the first nation's...

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10 Biggest Native American Tribes Today

What’s the biggest Native American tribe in the U.S. today? Well, Native Americans and Alaska Natives now account for more than 2 percent of the total U.S. population, and that number continues to grow each year. By the year 2060, the U.S. Census projects that the indigenous peoples population could...

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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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Free Email Series: What to Expect at Your First Pow Wow