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Exploring the material culture of Native Americans in North and South America? Search this museum's online collections for artifacts! [...] »

Discover the ramifications of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. [...] »

Why did Little Wolf, a Cheyenne leader, go to Washington in 1873? [...] »

Part of a series of laws that displaced Native Americans from land allotted to them through treaties with the U.S. government. [...] »

African Americans and Native Americans have had a long and complex relationship, often characterized by their similar exclusion from the fruits of freedom envisioned during the American Revolution. [...] »

Historians argue over whether the Founding Fathers' knowledge of Native American forms of confederation influenced their early plans for the government of the United States. [...] »

Native American women restricted their activity and took care with their diet in preparing for childbirth, then prepared a secluded spot away from the community, where they gave birth. [...] »

How do you pronounce (and spell) Conococheague and how do we know? [...] »

Different kinds of power in different cultures. Perceptions of dignified and proper work vary across time and place. [...] »

Examine this 1877 massacre from a total of 40 different perspectives. [...] »