Cheyenne ceremony that often includes traditional dancing and games.
a member of a North American Indian people living on the Great Plains.
Belts or strings of polished seashells that were used for trading and gift giving by Iroquois.
The people of the longhouse. They are a group of 5 tribes.
A person people came to when they were not feeling well. Doctor.
Wooden post carved with animals or other images; often made by Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest to honor ancestors or special events
An American Indian communal village, as in the Southwest US, of terraced adobe dwellings.
a union of people or groups
A small house for some special use, such as hunting
A large underground room where religious ceremonies are held by the S.W. Only men were allowed to enter.
A religious spirit & type of doll,used to teach Hopi children about their religion.
American Indian of the S.W.
Public land set aside for a special use, as for American Indians
building used for shelter by Iroquois
A group of persons or clans descended from a common ancestor and living under a leader or chief.
sled made of poles tied together; used by Great Plains tribes to transport goods across the plains
A cone shaped tent used by some Great Plains tribes.
Celebration.To give away presents. NW coast.
Area in which people with similar cultures live.
Spanish word for village