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American Indian history is the main focus of a new informational website launched to offer visitors an intriguing look at Native American culture.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

American Indian history is being explored on a new informational website, AmericanIndianHistory.net. The site just launched to provide readers with an in-depth look at the contribution Native Americans have made to the United States.

"I wanted to offer a new look at American Indian history and really get into some of the great things tribes have done to contribute to our country," said Micah Fromer with AmericanIndianHistory.net. "I'm proud to launch this site and hope it will provide valuable information for readers."

So far, the website offers information and facts about native Americans of the Southwest, such as the Navajo and Apache tribes. Visitors will also learn about the traditions and history of the Hopi and Zuni people, who helped shape the culture of the American Southwest.

AmericanIndianHistory.net is dedicated to expanding the information offered to provide a historical perspective of tribes from all over the country.

"Native Americans of the Southwest have maintained their identity and culture, even against overwhelming odds," Fromer said. "They were sent to reservations, driven from their land and even sent to schools intended to strip them of their culture and spirituality. Yet their strong will helped them preserve their culture and identity and pass those values along to their children."

Anyone interested in learning more about American Indian history is invited to visit the new site. readers will be taken on a journey that can be traced back to 1025 A.D. Experts believe that's when the first Puebloan people migrated south over a now nonexistent land bridge that connected the northern continents.

To learn more about American Indian history, visit the official site at AmericanIndianHistory.net.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/10/prweb10062222.htm

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