Native American Symbols
Native American Thunderbird - Facts and Lifestyles
Many Native American symbols include animals, shapes, and earth and sky items.
Each symbol typically has a specific meaning.
The symbols often convey meanings that are hard to express with simple words.
The meanings also often vary across different Native American Nations and regions.
We are focusing on the Wampanoag Tribe as they are a major piece of the history of Martha's Vineyard and continue as a large population on the Vineyard today.
Of additional interest, it was the Wampanoag and Chief Massasoit that welcomed the Pilgrims in 1620. Fishing, hunting and agriculture were large parts of the Wampanoag life and they shared these skills and experiences with the Pilgrims and helped the Pilgrims acclimate to the Massachusetts environment.
Native American Zodiac
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Native American Thunderbird
Learn about the symbol Ford Motors named a car after and the symbol for which the US Air Force named a flying squadron ... the Native American Thunderbird
History of Native American Indians
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Facts about Native Americans
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Native American Dictionary
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