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Describes the lives and cultures of the Indians of southeast North America.
Long before Europeans began exploring the land and waters above the Arctic Circle, several Inuit groups lived in this harsh and snowy landscape. They spoke different languages and greatly valued their families. They lived in harmony with nature as they...
Long before the United States existed as a nation, the Northeast region was home to more than thirty independent American Indian groups. Each group had its own language, political system, and culture. Their ways of life depended on the climate,...
Presents a look at the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest, discussing their history, languages, shelters, food, clothing, spirituality, art, first contact with Europeans, and life in the modern world.
Introduces the twenty-eight Native American nations that lived in the Great Plains region, describing their architecture, clothing, religion, customs, and how their cultures are still alive today.
Before Europeans came to the southeastern region of the United States, American Indian nations lived off the rich and varied land. Many still call it home. Find out what these groups have in common and what makes each nation unique.