The Lambert Post

The influences of Native Americans on American society

On November 18, 2010 Grand Canyon National Park celebrated Native American Heritage Month, a time to honor the numerous accomplishments, contributions, and sacrifices of the indigenous peoples of North America.
In this photo, Dan Akee,  a WWII Veteran and Navajo Code Talker from the Diné Nation, talks with members of the Dishchii' Bikoh' Apache Group.

Photo by Michael Quinn, published Nov. 18, 2010, Some rights reserved, license link: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/,
Original link of work: https://www.flickr.com/photos/grand_canyon_nps/5189047780/in/photolist-U5ESN3-8Uxe83-nfPx72-86HcPz-86LsMW-eUQBHN-7eQ92y-dvbfLf-c5QYJQ-fHLiqS-5Y5ccV-8Rqdha-5Y9snN-aB55bP-86Lmch-5Y5c2P-86LmG5-86LgLd-4fXn8x-eWMTUQ-8ggEzN-ntsJKX-8Uu91H-dsGEMH-8UxdK7-86FasK-8hMz4-86JmgS-86LhDq-9aLXA-86H7vx-86FafZ-86Hauk-86F9hT-86Lq3d-86H5We-eUDgAZ-fcEcP4-86LpK5-aHJ56D-86Ljff-aHJgQv-86Lg5s-86H1Jk-86Lt4Q-aHJhmB-5Y5e3n-aHJhdr-4g2ni7-ktRQ1k/

Jennifer Zhao, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

Native Americans have, quite obviously, been with America from the very beginning. Throughout the entirety of American history, various tribes and individuals have played crucial roles in shaping the country we know today. Even throughout their brutal decline and the nearly third world conditions many...