Discovering California’s Rich Native American Heritage:  California Native American Travel Guide

Discovering California’s Rich Native American Heritage: California Native American Travel Guide

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California Native American Cultural Guide As one of the largest states in the country, California has a profound Native American heritage that spans the entire length of this 760 mile-long state. Home to over 100 tribes, California’s tribal heritage runs deep and although tourism often overlooks indigenous experiences and activities,….

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Native Americans in Muir Woods and Their Enduring Legacy

Native Americans in Muir Woods and Their Enduring Legacy

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Nestled in the heart of Marin County, California, Muir Woods stands as a testament to the ages. Known for its towering redwoods, it’s a site of natural grandeur. But the woods hold more than just a spectacular show of nature. They echo the history and spirit of the Native American….

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Off the Beaten Path: Remarkable Native American Sites You Need to Visit

Off the Beaten Path: Remarkable Native American Sites You Need to Visit

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Ever wondered where you can experience and learn more about Native culture while you are traveling? I’m not talking about visiting a museum, which, by the way, we have an excellent guide on Native American museums to satiate your historical curiosities. But now, let’s focus on unearthing the spectacular Native….

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Are Pow Wows Open to the Public?

Are Pow Wows Open to the Public?

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Are Pow Wows Open to the Public? The short answer is absolutely yes! Pow Wows are vibrant celebrations of Native American culture that showcase traditional dances, music, art, and food. If you’ve never been to one, whether you are Native American or not, you may have wondered whether these cultural….

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Native American Museums — 10 of the Best in the US

Native American Museums — 10 of the Best in the US

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Native American museums are one of the best opportunities to experience and appreciate Native American history and culture, both past and present. Whether you live on the west coast, the east coast or somewhere in between, there are plenty of options across the U.S. to dive into. Sadly, many of….

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Tips for Planning Your Pow Wow Trips

Tips for Planning Your Pow Wow Trips

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Pow Wow season is almost here! Are you ready to hit the road? Our Pow Wow Calendar is filling up quickly, we are adding events every week.  It is time to plan what Pow Wows you are going to hit this year! We’ve compiled tips from some of our favorite….

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Famous Travel Blogger Features Entire Series Written By Natives Called “Traveling While Native.”

Famous Travel Blogger Features Entire Series Written By Natives Called “Traveling While Native.”

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How many times have you traveled to a State Park, and heard the local Ranger giving some tour or speech to the tourists visiting about how some European Settler “Discovered” this, or “Saved” that… and left out the conversation about the land’s original people? (Owner/Blogger Dr. Kiona) Well Travel Blogger, and….

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Pow Wows In Your State – Find Pow Wows Near You On Our Pow Wow Calendar

Pow Wows In Your State – Find Pow Wows Near You On Our Pow Wow Calendar

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The Pow Wow Calendar on PowWows.com lists thousands of Native American events across the United States and Canada. You can find them in your state or province. Pow Wows are starting to happen in all 50 states!  Check the calendar often for the latest information. You can search by date or….

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Gift Guide for Travelers on the Pow Wow Trail and Beyond

Gift Guide for Travelers on the Pow Wow Trail and Beyond

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For the seasoned travelers among you, whether venturing to a tribal conference or tracing the footsteps of the pow wow trail, we have the right accessories for you! In my quest for distinctive items, I scoured the vast landscape of Amazon.com to curate a collection of reliable travel gear.  And….

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The Fry Bread House in Phoenix, Arizona!!!

The Fry Bread House in Phoenix, Arizona!!!

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The best place to buy an Indian Taco in Phoenix, Arizona., is the Fry Bread House which is currently on Hazelwood & N.7th St.  This awesome spot was created by the Cecilia Miller family (Tohono O’odham) and is only one of five Native American restaurants ever to win the prestigious James Beard….

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How to Save Money on Pow Wow Hotel Rooms

How to Save Money on Pow Wow Hotel Rooms

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One of the trickiest parts of planning for your next Pow Wow is finding a hotel room at an affordable price. Here are some things that you should know that will help you to save money on your next Pow Wow hotel room. VRBO.com VRBO stands for Vacation Rentals by….

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5 Events To Experience Native American Culture

5 Events To Experience Native American Culture

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Throughout Turtle Island, the indigenous landmass that spans North America, there are five remarkable annual events that unite hundreds of participants and spectators in a vibrant celebration of Native American culture. These gatherings offer a unique blend of music, artistry, athleticism, and friendly competition, showcasing the multifaceted beauty of indigenous….

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