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Roach Headdress: The Original Faux-hawk
April 19, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

When most people think of Native Americans, they imagine them either wearing a feather war bonnet or a headband with a small number of feathers in it, and that’s not a completely ridiculous assumption because this type of head wear was indeed worn by members of many Native American cultures as were the lesser-known bison […]

The Potluck: A Native American Thanksgiving Tradition?
November 24, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

We’ve all been to one, some of us probably feeling slightly jaded about being pressured to contribute a dish that will surely be outdone by that one magnificent chef that attends every celebration. But where does the tradition of the potluck come from? A common myth is that the word derives from the Potlatch feasts […]

100 Years – 100 Objects: Baby Cradle
January 8, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

The Houston Museum of Natural Science was founded in 1909 – meaning that the curators of the Houston Museum of Natural Science have been collecting and preserving natural and cultural treasures for a hundred years now. For this yearlong series, our current curators have chosen one hundred exceptional objects from the Museum’s immense storehouse of […]

On the Eleventh Day of HMNS…Odyssey Through Indian Country
December 22, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

War bonnets on display in The Quest for High Bear. Imagine this: it’s the 1920s and you’re a five year old Texan. Though young, you’ve already heard endless tales of your family’s pioneer history – the legend and the reality mingle freely in your heart. Your biggest dream is to one day meet one of the tales’ most fascinating characters […]



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