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1 Nov, 2012

New Website Explores American Indian Culture


(PRWEB) October 31, 2012  – Native American folklore and history is being explored on a new website that just launched to provide visitors with valuable information about American Indian tribes in the United States.

“I’m excited to announce the launch of this new website,” said Shelly Vickerson with NativeAmericanHistoryandCulture.com. “Hopefully, visitors will leave with a new perspective and appreciation of the tribes that helped shape the United States.”

The website features pages that highlight Native American activities and how those activities became part of their spirituality, culture and history. “We also dedicated a section to Native American art history,” Vickerson said. “Tribal art has been developed over thousands of years and is still being made today much in the way it was in the past.”

American Indian culture is the primary focus of a new informational website launched to introduce readers to American Indian history, according to AmericanIndianHistoryandCulture.com.

For a more modern perspective of American Indian influence on modern culture, the website also includes a section dedicated to Native American fashion.

“Now more than ever, Native American fashion is a driving force in the style world,” Vickerson said. “Consider the popularity of American Indian jewelry and clothing. Anyone who thinks this fashion is a thing of the past should really check out this site. I think visitors will gain a new appreciation.”

The website, Native American History and Culture is live now and offering visitors valuable information about the Native American tribes of the United States, their history and traditions. One section that’s sure to rise in popularity is the Folklore page. This page explores legends and stories that have become a cornerstone of culture.

To learn more about American Indian culture and influence, visit the official site at AmericanIndianHistoryandCulture.com.