Most cultures have unique dating and courtship rituals that are strictly follow, and the native Americans were no different in this. Native American dating was much different than we can even imagine. The culture at one time was much different than most people are familiar with. One of the main rituals that were involved in Native American dating was known as the Crane Dance.
And in American history they have both been held up as examples of Native American women who facilitated colonization through the help they provided to white settlers. Scholars have gone a long way, however, to portray their histories as far more complex than that. There are, of course, many more Native American women who have made great contributions to indigenous history but who have been eclipsed in mainstream histories. Here we highlight three of those Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories.
Post a Comment. While their people have lived on this land for thousands of years, today their numbers are dwindling. Once, the Native Americans lived on this continent with little discourse and disruption. They were well fed, content, and established.
It reminds us of the way nicknames come and go as you get older. Anna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the "Ann" family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in