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Who Are the Hopi?

Who Are the Hopi?

Located in modern northeastern Arizona are the traditional territories of what is considered to be one of the oldest Native American tribes in North America, the Hopi. Now encompassing over one and a half million acres, the Hopi reservation is home to a rich art and... Read more
The Four Sacred Colors of the Navajo

The Four Sacred Colors of the Navajo

When it comes to Native American pottery, one of the most significant design elements used to display deeper meaning and cultural symbolism is color. Much of the painting used inNavajo pottery relates to the four sacred colors- black, white, blue, and yellow. Read on... Read more
Native American Symbolism: The Thunderbird

Native American Symbolism: The Thunderbird

Thunderbirds are an often-depicted element in Native American artistry. Frequently incorporated into Native American earrings, rings, pendants, pottery, and paintings, the thunderbird holds immense symbolic significance for the Native American Peoples. Read on to... Read more
Interesting Facts and History about Kachina Dolls

Interesting Facts and History about Kachina Dolls

One of the most fascinating aspects of Native American history and culture is that of the kachina doll. achina dolls are crafted representations of spiritual beings that are revered in Hopi culture and have become an integral aspect of modern-day pueblo artistry.... Read more
The Zuni People: History & Culture

The Zuni People: History & Culture

The southwestern Pueblo tribes include several different communities with each having its own unique history, customs, artistic traditions, and cultural practices. One of these Pueblo tribes is the A’shiwi, most commonly known today by the Spanish adaption of their... Read more
Who Are the Navajo?

Who Are the Navajo?

Perhaps one of the most well-known Native American communities by name in the United States, the Navajo People have a history and culture that is fascinating and not as widely known in great detail. While many might associate Navajo culture with the beautiful and... Read more
Types of Authentic Native American Jewelry

Types of Authentic Native American Jewelry

Indigenous communities of the United States are known around the world for their unique and beautiful jewelry craftsmanship. However, when it comes to Native American jewelry, many people immediately associate men’s turquoise rings or pendants with the art form and... Read more
The Biggest Native American Tribes in the USA

The Biggest Native American Tribes in the USA

Across the United States exist hundreds of different Native American tribes, each with their own rich and unique history, culture, and traditions. Data shows that those who identify as Native American make up approximately 1.5% of the total population in the United... Read more
Acoma Pottery: Handmade Clay Pottery

Acoma Pottery: Handmade Clay Pottery

Acoma Pueblo is situated around an hour west of Albuquerque and is home to some of the oldest Indigenous communities in North America. Also known as “Sky City,” Acoma Pueblo is the birthplace of the world-renowned Acoma pottery. Documentation of this beautiful art... Read more
Native American Jewelry: A Brief History

Native American Jewelry: A Brief History

The unique craftsmanship and style of Native American jewelry is identifiable and coveted by many individuals across the world. Drawing inspiration from the natural environment, Native American jewelry is not only beautiful in its decorative elements but symbolic as... Read more
Interesting Facts About Native American People and Culture

Interesting Facts About Native American People and Culture

When it comes to Native American history and culture, there is such an incredible and fascinating wealth of information that is not commonly known by most people. From Native American jewelry to Native American languages to even the historical origins of many of the... Read more
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