Indians were the first indigenous people to settle in North America, they are also known as Native Americans in the United States. European colonists raided Indians land when conquering the Americas. The differences in culture between the Native Americans and Europeans, and the shifting alliances among different nations of each culture, led to great misunderstandings and long lasting cultural conflicts. Today Indians are protected by the United States of America. They can be found as members of nations, tribes, or bands of Native Americans who have sovereignty or independence from the government of the United States. Many of their homes are now reserves.
Some famous Indians include Pocahontas, Pontiac, the Black Hawk, and Chief Joseph. Indians typically made their clothes from animal skin. To dress like an Indian you can wear leather skirts short or long with fringes, or leather pants with tunic like tops.
Add an Indian feathered headband to and some leather moccasins to add to your traditional Indian costume.