"Why do people think artists are special? It's just another job." - Andy Warhol
While the Native American Indians used pictographs and petroglyphs (for an explanation of these words, please click here) to record events and illustrate ideas, the stories of their culture were spoken stories, retold and handed down from generation to generation.
These stories were often told in the winter, when the children were staying inside due to the cold, and the stories were used to teach lessons. Thankfully, many of these wonderful stories have been recorded, and Artsology has tracked down some sites which have archived these special tales.