Nepinak and Katchiwe family

October 31, 2012 admin 0

Hi All, Am wondering about the origins of the people that use the surname of Nepinak (Neebinah-maqua or SUMMER BEAR) and Katchiwe (Ke-Kasheway) who are […]

Ancient America: Florida BCE

October 28, 2012 admin 0

American Indians occupied, utilized, and developed the peninsula known as Florida for thousands of years. Our knowledge of the ancient past-of Florida, BCE-comes primarily from […]

Ojibwa Migrations

Ojibwa Migrations

October 20, 2012 admin 1

Migration is an important part of the oral traditions and histories of many Indian nations. The oral tradition of the Ojibwa (Anishinabe) tells of the […]

The Michif Language

The Michif Language

October 15, 2012 admin 1

The French, unlike the English and the Spanish, saw Indians as trading partners. The French saw that their best opportunity for economic gain was to […]

Navajo Weaving

October 15, 2012 admin 0

Even the most casual tourist who travels through the Navajo lands of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah cannot help but notice the abundance of […]

Assimilation in 1920

Assimilation in 1920

October 14, 2012 admin 1

By the late nineteenth century, all Americans, except for American Indians, knew for a fact that all Indian tribes would be extinct in the twentieth […]