Native American Heritage Month is the whole month of November. It's a time to celebrate the rich history, diverse culture, and important contributions of our nation's first people. We hope you take this time to learn more, explore the past, and check out some of our cultural wellness resources.
*Census Bureau, 2020
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Native American History
Join Joy Harjo, the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate, Deb Haaland, the first Native American cabinet secretary, and Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden in a conversation.
This exhibit honors the generations of Native Americans who have served in the armed forces of the US.
Native American cookery is the oldest food and cooking method in North America. Learn how this traditional dish is made.
The National Archives created a series called “Ratified Indian Treaties, 1722-1869.” Explore digitized treaties by date or tribe.
UF MCDA is a department within the Division of Student Affairs. It provides a wide range of services, educational opportunities, learning, support, outreach, activities, and engagement for students.
Interested in traditional Native American dishes? Look no further! The Native American recipe guide is linked below with four traditional dishes.
Experience Native American Country with a Native guide or tour that provides an in-depth look at some of America’s most storied lands. Hear authentic stories from the people who call these lands home.