This intricate map was made by Charles Maxwell in 1889. It shows the land where the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribe live.
This well thought out picture of the Algonquin pronunciation shows others to respect the language and culture by using proper pronunciation.
The Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes use the tepees for protection and privacy.
The women of the tribe made buckskin clothing while the men protected. The buckskin is very elegant with its precise beading and decorative ornaments.
This drawing by George Catlin created in 1866 is showing a Sun Dance that includes self sacrifice.
This picture of wild berries was taken by Steve Johnson to show how native cultures use their accessible resources for food.
This dancer doll was made in Montana in the U.S. It's made to represent a dancer moving. It was made in 1960-1968 out of wood, tanned leather, paint, horse hair, sequins, and metal items.
This drawing was made by Dick West in 1948 in Oklahoma, U.S. It was made so people could remember these dances.