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The month of November is National American Indian Heritage month. After nearly a century of advocacy, National American Indian Heritage Month was first recognized through joint resolution by Congress in 1990. Now recognized annually, November is a time to learn more about the history, heritage and contributions of Native American peoples.
Proudly join our nation in observing American Indian Heritage Month during November. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, there are nearly 2.5 million American Indians in our country. These are the First Americans whose ancestors have walked the earth of our nation for thousands of years. Their rich history speaks to us through the names of our cities, lakes, and rivers; the magnificent ruins of ancient communities; and most important, the lives of the people who retain the cultural, spiritual, linguistic, and kinship bonds that have existed for thousands of years and still continues strong today.
With a collection of over 125,000 pictures solely depicting Native American Indian culture, that represents over 100 tribes, Nativestock Pictures is a website used by people of all ages. Each photograph, whether traditional or contemporary, are accompanied by informative captions.
In celebration of American Indian Heritage Month, on Facebook, Nativestock Pictures is giving away FREE use of selected low res images for emailers, blogs, websites, etc. You can go to our Facebook page and check out the images posted randonly that are offered free of charge. It's like legally being able to steal these photos that celebrate Native American culture. Check it out because this offer is just for the month of November. A couple of the FREE photos are shown here on this page. Yes, you can use them for whatever purpose you need at no charge. Compliments of Nativestock Pictures.