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Green Corn Ceremony

Green Corn Ceremony The Green Corn Ceremony is a celebration of the new corn and the new year. It is a time of forgiveness and purificatio…

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Native American NAVAJO FOLK ART

Native American NAVAJO FOLK ART By definition, Folk Art is any of the art produced by so-called primitive or by non-literate peoples or by…

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Native American KACHINA DOLLS

Native American KACHINA DOLLS A Kachina is a spirit god. As part of a ritualistic prayer ceremony, Native American tribal men dress as ce…

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Native American WEAVINGS

Native American WEAVINGS Predating clay pottery, Native American weavings date to prehistoric times. As most early art forms, Native Amer…

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Native American TRADE BLANKETS

Native American TRADE BLANKETS The outward expansion of European settlers introduced valuable new items to Native American life, includin…

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Native American CLOTHING

Native American CLOTHING Ceremonial Dress When most people think about Native American clothing, they think deerskin, animal furs and mocca…

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Native American FETISHES

Native American FETISHES Native American Fetishes are carvings, typically from wood, stone, shell or antler, that represent certain animal…

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F.Y.I. ~~LUMBEES OF NORTH CAROLINA

The Lumbees are a racial group of controversial origin recognized by the state of North Carolina but not the United States federal governme…

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NATIVE AMERICAN LEGENDS--- Native American Totems & Their Meanings:

NATIVE AMERICAN LEGENDS--- Native American Totems & Their Meanings: A totem can be the symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual.…

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Traditional Mahican and Munsee Culture PART 1

Traditional Mahican and Munsee Culture Like other Natives peoples of the Woodlands, the ancestors of the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe spoke la…

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