- Indians yesterday and today
There are probably only three states in the world where title nations are not the majority, and exotic minorities — Australian aborigines and Indians of the USA and Canada. They constitute less than a percentage of the total population of their countries.
About one and a half million India...Читать дальше →
CheyenneWhen there was a war with the Indians in the West, almost no battle took place without participation, at least a few " battling Cheyenne ". They were with the Red Cloud during the defeat of Fatterman and the assault on the wagons, many of them took part in the battle of Little B...Читать дальше →
- Headdress of eagle feathers
EAGLE FEATHER HEADSome Indian tribes of plains, especially Sioux, created a kind of " feather heraldry ", in which each feather denoted some sort of feat. These feathers of military successes, as they were called, can be compared with orders and medals in modern armies, and the feats of...Читать дальше →
- American Indians - Myths and Reality
America, Arizona, red rocks, desert, cacti, February, + 28 °; C, piercing blue sky and dazzling white sun, not a single cloud. Local people call this weather boring, because every day the same thing & hellip; I and my friend John ride a jeep to the White Mountains — sacred lands of the Ap...Читать дальше →
- History of the Jalisco Indians
Jalisco is located in western Mexico and is the sixth largest in terms of floor space (80684 square kilometers) among the 31 states of the Republic of Mexico. About 124 million people live in 124 state municipalities.
Jalisco landscape ||| 18.5 KbIn the west, the state is washed by the Pacific O...Читать дальше →
- Great discoveries and inventions of the Mesoamerican Indians. Part 1
Chocolate Around the beginning of our era in the Yucatan Peninsula Maya Indians settled. Here, Mayan Indians discovered wild cocoa trees, which they began to cultivate, realizing the whole healing and divine power of the drink made from the seeds of cocoa fruits. The resulting drink tasted bit...Читать дальше →
- Great discoveries and inventions of the Mesoamerican Indians. Part 2
Tequila (Pulke or Oktli).
Of course, the Indians did not invent the tequila itself in its present form, but the history of the creation of this alcoholic beverage dates back to the 8th century, when the Toltec tribe learned to make agave pulque - fermented juice, a viscous and slightly frothy mil...Читать дальше →