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Native Owned Businesses Your Family Will Love | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Native Owned Businesses Your Family Will Love

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month all year long with these fantastic Native owned businesses! The guide below includes everything from art to fashion, from books to food. All businesses included below are Native owned, either by individuals or communities. Most give back to Native communities in need and support other initiatives, for example, environmental sustainability, …

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10 Fun Facts about Wampanoag Nation | Multicultural Kid Blogs

10 Fun Facts About Wopânâak (Wampanoag) Nation

November is Native American Heritage Month. It was picked to let us all think about how the Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive. As a result, I thought we should look at the Wopânâak or the Wampanoag – the Native Americans who befriended the Pilgrims. Here are ten fun facts about Wopânâak (Wampanoag) Nation as …

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Cherokee Language Spotlight

The Cherokee Nation is a sovereign tribal government located in the United States. It is today the largest tribe in the US. The Cherokee language is a member of the Iroquoian language family. Originating from the southeast region of North America, the most significant Cherokee-speaking population now lives in a tribal territory in Oklahoma. You can …

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Native American Heritage Month: Six Notable Names

November is Native American Heritage Month. I love learning about Native American cultures. One way to learn is through the people. Today I will share about six notable Native Americans that are featured on Tribal Nations Map, a website I discovered a few years ago.   Little Turtle (Mihšihkinaahkwa) Mihšihkinaahkwa, or Little Turtle, was born …

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