Native American Roots in Montana and Wyoming

The culture and lives of indigenous people have powerfully defined the identities of both Montana and Wyoming. Both states offer tremendous opportunities for those interested in learning about and experiencing Native American history, traditions, and contemporary life.

The Legend of Henry Berry Lowry

In the Lumbee community of Robeson County, folk hero Henry Berry Lowry is a source of fierce pride, a symbol of their resistance and resilience. Learn more about Henry Berry and the Lowry Band.

Whitefish Dunes State Park in Door County

Some say Whitefish Dunes State Park, eight miles northeast of Sturgeon Bay, is the most pleasant park in the state system. Decide for yourself with this overview of the park and its facilities.

Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation in Eastern Texas

One of only three Indian reservations in Texas, the Alabama-Coushatta reservation represents the distinctive heritage of this small yet proud group. At one time the tribe offered tours, a museum, and cultural events for tourists; unfortunately, they are no longer operating. Regardless, visitors are encouraged to spend time at the reservation’s campground or fishing on Lake Tombigbee.

Piney Woods: The Natural Heart of East Texas

Comprised of several national forests and not much else, most of this vast area remains as it has for centuries, when Native American tribes and pioneers hunted wild game in the dense woods by day and slept under the canopy of pine boughs by night.