Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Native American Indian history is complex, diverse and essential to the development of the United States. For students of history or those who are simply curious about Native Americans, a new website on the topic will be both informative and eye-opening.
At HistoryofNativeAmericans.com, fascinating information about the original inhabitants of the Americas is only a click away. Spokeswoman Missy Reston hopes that the website will raise awareness of the many Native Americans who have played a role in the history of the United States.
“Native American history is a major part of American history, yet too many people are unaware of the important ways that Native Americans have affected the growth and development of our nation. We want to increase recognition of this important group,” she says.
From Native Americans’ migration to the Americas thousands of years ago to the Mexican government’s treatment of Apache Indians more recently, HistoryofNativeAmericans.com provides readers with an expansive look at Native American history and culture throughout the centuries.
The site also explores the relationship between Native Americans and Europeans during the settlement of the United States—and the ways that relationship changed over the years.
“Visitors to the website may be surprised by what they read about Native American tribes and their interactions with European settlers,” Reston says. “There really is a wealth of information.”
HistoryofNativeAmericans.com pays special attention to the role played by Native American women throughout history, highlighting the fascinating life of Pocahontas, an Algonquin Indian. The site also celebrates the achievements of Native American leaders like Geronimo and Sitting Bull, who fought to defend their land.
Accompanied by paintings of Native American life, the history of Native Americans receives the attention it deserves at this enthralling website.
If you’d like to find out about Native American Indian history, visit historyofnativeamericans.com.