Scroll down for a collection of Native American Symbols depicted on various official flags of Indian nations, Tribal Councils, and other Federally recognized tribal entities throughout the United States.
You'll notice that American Indian flags share many common (universal) symbols and images. Recurrent symbolic themes include circles, tipis, feathers, eagles, trees, water, sky, sun, morning stars and sacred pipes.
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Above: The Abenaki are an Algonquian-speaking people originally of northeastern North America. The Abenaki live in New England and parts of Canada.
Some of the flags depicted below are of the following tribal nations:
Apalachee: The Apalachee once lived in the Florida Panhandle, but they now live primarily in Louisiana.
Arapaho: Close allies of the Cheyenne tribe, the Arapaho were among the famed buffalo hunters who once roamed the eastern plains of Colorado and Wyoming.
Blackfeet: The Blackfeet people are originally from Montana and parts of Canada.
Cherokee: The Cherokee Nation has more than 300,000 members, making it the largest of more than five hundred federally recognized Native American tribes in the United States.
Cheyenne: The Northern and Southern Cheyenne people come from (and still inhabit) America's great plains region (mainly Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska).
Chickasaw: The Chickasaw people are originally from what is now the Southeastern United States.
Chinook: The Chinook people come from the Pacific Northwest, in and around the area now known as the states of Oregon and Washington.
Scroll further down for dozens more flags of tribal nations.
The Clatsop people are from America's Pacific Northwest.
The Colville Confederated Tribes have 8,700 descendants born of twelve aboriginal tribes.
The Comanche people once inhabited a region now known as the states of
New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
The Crow are a type of Lakota (Sioux) tribe who once hunted buffalo and lived in hide tipis.
The Crow and the Oglalas became traditional enemies following the white encroachment
that drove the Oglalas westward back in the 18th century.
Above: The Native American Symbols depicted on the Oglala flag look like a circle of tipis, or the sun.
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