Lenape Indians // The Lenape Indians, part of the Delaware Nation, used specific symbols to represent their clans as well as the earth and animal spirits they believed played key roles in their daily lives — for example, the Unami clan was represented by a turtle. They also used series of symbols on stones and wampum belts to tell traditional stories and to represent key historical events in the tribe’s history.

Lenape Indians // The Lenape Indians, part of the Delaware Nation, used specific symbols to represent their clans as well as the earth and animal spirits they believed played key roles in their daily lives — for example, the Unami clan was represented by a turtle. They also used series of symbols on stones and wampum belts to tell traditional stories and to represent key historical events in the tribe’s history.

Little Nonnie  Pawnee Otoe Indian dancer. Wow,  I remember this pic on a postcard when I was a little girl.

Little Nonnie Pawnee Otoe Indian dancer. Wow, I remember this pic on a postcard when I was a little girl.

During the dance, shapes are formed in storytelling ritual such as the butterfly, the eagle, the snake, and the coyote, with the hoop symbolizing the never-ending circle of life.     Native American Hoop dance focuses on very rapid moves, and the construction of hoop formations around and about the body.

During the dance, shapes are formed in storytelling ritual such as the butterfly, the eagle, the snake, and the coyote, with the hoop symbolizing the never-ending circle of life. Native American Hoop dance focuses on very rapid moves, and the construction of hoop formations around and about the body.

"By awakening the Native American teachings, you come to the realization that the earth is not something simply that you build upon and walk upon and drive upon and take for granted. It is a living entity. It has consciousness. edgar cayce

"By awakening the Native American teachings, you come to the realization that the earth is not something simply that you build upon and walk upon and drive upon and take for granted. It is a living entity. It has consciousness. edgar cayce

The acquisition of horses by the plains Indians in the early 18th century transformed the lives of most tribes between the Rockies and the Mississippi.

The acquisition of horses by the plains Indians in the early 18th century transformed the lives of most tribes between the Rockies and the Mississippi.

Native american: pow wow Never been - then you should go even if you are non native

Native american: pow wow Never been - then you should go even if you are non native

JD Challenger original painting for sale- "Sign of the Cat"

JD Challenger original painting for sale- "Sign of the Cat"

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Tissage Bâton,Vagabonde,Peuple,Bijoux,Bijoux Indien,Style Bohème,L'été Bohème,Art Indien,Esprit Bohème

Nanticoke Lenni Lenape indian child***

Nanticoke Lenni Lenape indian child***

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Navajo

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