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Lakota Man on Twitter: "The Lakota relied on the buffalo the way contemporary people rely on Wal-Mart. Nothing went to waste. Knowing this, the U.S. government slaughtered the buffalo in a futile attempt to wipe out the plains Indians. We Lakota consider the buffalo a sacred thunder being. https://t.co/0noDSqDdDz" / Twitter

“The Lakota relied on the buffalo the way contemporary people rely on Wal-Mart. Nothing went to waste. Knowing this, the U.S. government slaughtered the buffalo in a futile attempt to wipe out the plains Indians. We Lakota consider the buffalo a sacred thunder being.”

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Native American Homes: Common Traditional Dwellings of Local Cultures #infographic #Home #America #History #HomeImprovement

Not all Native Americans live in teepees. In fact, most don’t. Even hundreds of years ago, most Native American houses were likely wigwams, but trying to name one specific type of house to be representative of the many tribes is misleading. What is a wigwam? It’s another type of shelter commonly found in the pre-colonial U.S. (before Europeans came and mistakenly called locals “Indian”). Traditional dwellings like these were made of wood, saplings, and brush. Besides wigwams, there was the…

A Mountain Ute Young Indian Dancer The Pawnee A Cowboy Named Anne The Drift On Skull Creek Pass Paul Newman As Butch Cassidy Contemporary Sioux Indian Little Star The Buffalo Dance Pow-Wow Dancer A…

A Mountain Ute Young Indian Dancer The Pawnee A Cowboy Named Anne The Drift On Skull Creek Pass Paul Newman As Butch Cassidy Contemporary Sioux Indian Little Star The Buffalo Dance Pow-Wow Dancer A…

Native American Sign Language 1954 ~ Indian sign language  Once we had many Indian tribes in our country. They did not all speak the same language. But with sign language, one tribe could understand another. Here are some things they would say.  Sunset, yes, I/me/my, go/go away, horse/horse rider, buffalo, man, rising sun, tipi, you, night

The illustrations here show how to communicate using Native American/'Indian' sign language, and come from two vintage sources: one in the '50s, and the other from the '20s.

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The Map Of Native American Tribes You've Never Seen Before : Code Switch : NPR

Aaron Carapella couldn't find a map showing the original names and locations of Native American tribes as they existed before contact with Europeans. That's why the Oklahoma man designed his own map.