Hill Tribes of Chiang Mai – Lisu, Hmong, and Karen in Northern Thailand The Northern Thailand administrative region is known for its population of native hill tribes which, much like the Native Americans of the United States, are an ethnic minority. They are divided into various tribes and clans, each with its own set of […]
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Programs and Printed Materials Act 31 Survey – Wisconsin Act 31 of 1989, and subsequent provisions of 1991, requires that each school board of Wisconsin, as part of their social studies curriculum, include instruction in the history, culture and tribal sovereignty of the federally recognized Indian tribes and bands in Wisconsin. Resources – Native American Task […]
Are some Native American tribes still a matriarchy tribe? Or have they all become patriarchy? The Hmongs were once matriarchy but became patriarchy after being conquered.
The Hmong are an ethnic minority in Thailand that are generally disadvantaged economically, much like native American tribes in the U.S. Cute little Hmong Girls near Chiang Mai, Thailand Uploaded on Jul 7, 2009 July 2009, recorded with horrible phone-cam on an HTC Touch Diamond.Three adorable little ethnically-Hmong (“Maung”) girls at an overly-touristy hill-tribe town a […]
Among the Navajo Indians of the Southwest, it’s customary to bury a child’s placenta within the sacred Four Corners of the tribe’s reservation as a binder to ancestral land and people. MANY CULTURES REVERE PLACENTA, BYPRODUCT OF CHILDBIRTH Among the Navajo Indians of the Southwest, it’s customary to bury a child’s placenta within the sacred […]
Among the most advanced, surviving pre-Colombian cultures such as the Lacandons of Mexico, Mayas of Guatemala and the Kogis of Colombia, all have habits similar to those of some Asian tribes, such as the Dayaks of Kalimantan, the Karens of the “Golden Triangle”, and even the Hmongs of Laos. ACROSS THE PACIFIC FROM ANCIENT ASIA […]
What are the names of the people in South American, Mexico and the Caribbean that consider themselves as part of the Native American tribes?
I would like to see/hear some of the folklore stories that was told to you from your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles. I think it would be interesting to see/hear the different stories from all the different tribes/clans.
I notice that the Hmong and Natives are “divided” into tribes/clans. And in each tribe/clan they are very similar in traditions but have a different way of doing things as far as ceremonies and rituals goes. Makes sense?