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A comprehensive illustrated guide to Indian Tribes of North America with pictures and videos. The Indian Tribes include the Apache, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chinook, Comanche, Hopi and Sioux. Containing facts and information about United States Indian Tribes. Learn about the men and women of these Famous Indian Tribes and their History, Houses, Food, Weapons, Art and Culture.

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A comprehensive and illustrated guide to famous Indian Tribes and the culture of the Native American and the indigenous people of North America. All of our articles are accompanied by pictures and paintings, all bringing Native Indian Tribes to life and enabling a better understanding of the Native American people. The amazing picture on the right is of an Hidatsu Tribe Dog Dancer.

Indian Tribes
The culture and history of the Indian Tribes of North America form the basis of this section. Learn about the life of the people of the Indian Tribes. Their lifestyle, history, culture, religion, beliefs and ceremonies. The role of Indian women and children in each of the Indian Tribes. The types of houses and homes they lived in and their food. The clothes and clothing of all the different tribes of Native American Indians. Also refer to the A-Z Indian Tribes List

The massive area of the United States incorporates many different types of climate and land. The way of life of the different Indian Tribes were dictated by the natural raw materials available in the area they lived and the animals, fish, birds, plants, nuts, berries and trees. Their subsistence was related to agriculture and hunting.

Information and Facts about Indian Tribes
The articles and pictures of Native American Indians in this section provide an opportunity to study the differences between the Indian tribes of the Native Americans. There are articles about the history of the major Indian Tribes together with many history timelines. Additional facts about their great chiefs and leaders can be found in the section on Famous Native Americans.

A- Z of Indian Tribes
The famous American Indian Tribes have been listed according to the locations and cultural groups. Refer to the A-Z Indian Tribes List that provides illustrated comprehensive facts and information about each of the Native American Indian tribes.

Great Plains Indian Tribes
The Great Plains Indian Tribes were situated in the present states of Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. They lived a nomadic lifestyle, using tepees as shelters and hunting buffalo.

Arapaho Tribe
Arikara Tribe
Blackfoot Tribe
Cheyenne Tribe
Comanche Tribe
Cree Tribe
Crow Tribe
Gros Ventre
Hidatsa Tribe
Iowa Tribe
Kansa Tribe
Kiowa Tribe
Mandan Tribe
Omaha Tribe
Osage  Tribe
Otoe (Winnebago)
Pawnee Tribe
Ponca Tribe
Shawnee Tribe
Sioux Tribe

Southwest Indian Tribes
The Southwest Indian Tribes were located the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Texas. the farmers lived in villages of Adobe (pueblo) houses and the hunters lived in Hogans, brush shelters or wickiups.

Apache Tribe
Hopi Tribe
Navajo Tribe
Pima Tribe
Pueblo Tribe
Zuni Tribe

Great Basin Indian Tribes
The lands occupied by many of the Great Basin Indian Tribes consisted of barren wasteland of deserts, salt flats and brackish lakes in the states of Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Montana.

Ute Tribe
Washoe Tribe

California Indian Tribes
The California Indian Tribes lived in the mild temperate climate of California encompassing coastal regions, rivers and lakes.

Maidu Tribe
Mojave Tribe
Miwok Tribe
Pomo Tribe
Shasta Tribe
Wappo Tribe
Yana Tribe
Yuma Tribe

Northwest Pacific Coast Indian Tribes
The Northwest Pacific Coast Indian Tribes lived in the present day states of Oregon and Washington.

Bella Coola
Coast Salish
Flathead Native Indians
Haida Tribe
Tlingit Tribe
Tsimshian Tribe

Plateau Indian Tribes
The Plateau Indian Tribes inhabited Northeast Oregon, Southeast Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

Cayuse Tribe
Coeur d'Alene
Modoc Tribe
Nez Perce
Palouse Tribe
Spokane Tribe
Walla Walla

Northeast Woodland Indian Tribes
The lands inhabited by the Northeast Woodland Indian Tribes extended mainly across the New England States, lower Canada, west to Minnesota, and north of the Ohio River.

Abenaki Tribe
Chippewa (Ojibwa)
Fox (Meskwaki)
Huron (Wyandot)
Iroquois Confederacy
Kickapoo Tribe
Lenape or Delaware Tribe
Mohican Tribe
Pequot Tribe
Powhatan Tribe
Powhatan Confederacy
Sauk (Sac) Tribe

Southeast Indian Tribes
The Southeast Indian Tribes were located in the states of Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Florida.

Caddo Tribe
Choctaw Tribe
Creek Tribe
Natchez Tribe
Five Civilised Tribes
Yuchi Tribe

Arctic Tribes
The Artic Tribes were located in present-day Alaska, Canada and Greenland.

Inuit Tribe
Aleut Tribe

Indian Tribes
The life styles of Native Americans and the various Indian Tribes ranged from nomadic, semi-nomadic to static and their houses and homes reflected their way of life. The different types of Native American houses, homes and shelters of Indian tribes included tepees, wigwams, brush shelters, wickiups, chickees, earthen houses, hogans, earth lodges, pit houses, longhouses, adobe houses, pueblos, wattle and daub, grass houses and plankhouses. All of these houses and facts and information about the Native American Indian tribes are described together with videos, pictures, photographs and paintings.

Indian Tribes
The natural resources and materials available provided the food and the clothing of the Native Indian tribes of North America. The weather and the changing seasons also affected the way of life of an Indian tribe at different times of the year especially their houses, homes and transport. Their language, religions, weapons, trading currencies, beliefs and religions were also important elements of their way of life. Articles include facts and info about the Apache Indians, Pueblo, Blackfoot, Cherokee, Cheyenne Indian tribes, Chinook, Comanche, Creek, Hopi Indian tribes, Huron, Iroquois, Mohawk, Mohican, Natchez, Navajo , Pawnee, Sioux Indian tribes.

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