O-si-yo, tsi-lu-gi: Hello and Welcome to Tribalpedia!
The information for each tribe was obtained from various sources including the Tribal websites, Wikipedia, and other educational sites involved in Native Indian history. We have condensed the material from all of these sources to make it easier for you to read. Note that not every tribe is listed. There are records for over 4000 Native American tribes, but only 513 are still recognized by the US Government. This is an ongoing project and information will be added on a continuing basis.
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For Teachers, there are links to complete Lesson Plans with Answer Keys for the following Tribes:
Mohawk (Sky Walkers), Navajo, Shawnee, Sioux, Zuni
Tribes Located in the United States:
Pueblo Indians Part I-The History
Pueblo Indians Part II-The Pueblos
Alaskan Tribes: By Regional Organizations
Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains By Charles Alexander Eastman (Sioux)
Note: Dowa Yalanne (Zuni: “Corn Mountain”) is sacred to the Zuni people. The mesa is a place for shrines and religious activities, and is closed to outside visitors.
Read more about Dowa Yalanne in our Zuni entry.
As always, thanks to Chuck Houpt.