Ancient Americas




Post Columbus: The Time of Historical Ignorance or Historical Agenda?     by CW Williams


Did Christopher Columbus Discover America? Do Native Americans have legal grounds to acquire a vast majority of their lands back? Was Columbus a Muslim? Jew? Templar? Christian?     Read More here


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North American Tribes

Algonquin   Anasazi/Zuni   Apache   Arapaho   Cherokee    Cheyenne

Chippewa    Dakota    Delaware    Illini/Miami    Hopi   Mohican   Natchez

Navajo   Nez Perce   Paiute/Utes    Pawnee    Pueblo   Seminole   Seneca

Shawnee    ShoShone    Witchita

Art Bell Show: Hopi Prophecy- Robert Ghostwolf 1998
Art Bell Show: Hopi Elders Speak – Robert Ghostwolf 1998
Art Bell Show: Native American Prophecy – Robert Ghostwolf

Geographic Areas

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Arctic culture area         Subarctic culture area      Northeast woodlands culture area    Great Basin culture area
Southeast culture area    Great Plains culture area    Plateau culture area    Northwest culture area
California culture area    Southwest culture area   Mesoamerican culture area    Caribbean culture area
Andean culture area    Amazonian culture area    Cono/Southern culture area

Tribes By State

Central And South American Tribes

Aztec    Inca       Maya 


American Indian Library Association
Ancient Wisdom Archive Site
Native American Nation Culture Information
Dr. Ardy Sixkiller’s Work on Native American Legends and Mythology


Pre-Columbian Americas

The Americas before the 16th century

Although most of Per-Columbian North America north of modern Mexico did not see the formation of large states, Latin America was the home of some very notable empires. Mesoamerica staged the home of cultures such as the Olmec, Tolec, Maya, and Azetec. Likewise, in south America, many cultures grew in the Andes, and these later became the basis of the famous Inca Empire, which established controll over the entire Andes. Pre Columbian American empires were advanced civilizations with an organized social structure that flourished in art, mathematics, astronomy, and (perhaps most notably), architecture and engineering. When the Spanish Conquistadors appeared, it wasn’t their weaponry, but the diseases they had with them that brought an end to these empires.

Mesoamerica and South America
North America
North America: Military History
European Colonialization and Forward


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