||A tribe living along the shores
of Lake Erie. In 1644 the Iroquois of New York practically destroyed the tribe.
||A tribe of
Montana which practiced frontal compression of the infants skull resulting in permanent
deformations of the skull and was looked upon as beautifying.
||An Indian tribe of the Long Island
||A pueblo tribe living in central
Arizona. The name is an abbreviation of Hopitu meaning "peaceful ones".
||A tribe living in pueblos in
northern New Mexico. The name is a Spanish corruption of Hemis or "Jemez
people". The native name is Tuwa or Tukwa, meaning "at the pueblo".
||A New York State tribe, part of
the famed Iroquois nations.
(NOTE) this site can be divided to accommodate two troops
||A well known tribe of New York
State, had a name for themselves "On-gway-on-wek" meaning "real men".
||A peace loving tribe of Eastern
United States whose legends and traditions form the basis of the Order of the Arrow.
||A New York tribe calling
themselves "Kah-nee-yen-gay-hak-gah" meaning the people of the place of
||One of the largest tribes in the
country, lived in New Mexico and Arizona. The name is a corruption of the Tewa word
"Navahu" meaning "great planted fields".
||A tribe of the eastern shore of
Lake Michigan. "Adowe" means "to trade".
||Lived in the area around Lake
Michigan and Lake Huron. The name means "keepers of the fire" or "people of
the place of fire".
"Oo-gach-pah" meaning downstream with the current. A plains tribe which split
with the Omaha who went upstream on the Mississippi and the Quapaw downstream.
||An Indian tribe of Virginia and the
Chesapeake Bay area.
||The great Sioux or Dakota nation
lived in the country northwest of the great lakes. Always at war with their neighbors the
"Ojibwa", were finally driven across the Missouri River and to the Black Hills.
The name means "the snake like one" or "enemies".
||A tribe of the six nations - the
name means "shirt wearers".
||A plateau tribe of the west,
living to a considerable extent in pit lodges dug in the earth.
||This tribe had many of the true
plains culture, but depended more on agriculture for food and tented to live in permanent
villages of earth lodges.
||Indians of the great valley of
California made up of several small tribes speaking the same language - now nearly