Traditional Potawatomi Hand Game

      Two teams of participants would compete against one another. In previous centuries, Potawatomi would bid on each team and wager on the winner. The person who correctly Read More »

Potawatomi Cornerstone

Bozho This months’ article features Kaitlyn Orr, no relation to Yancey Orr from the previous article. Kaitlyn is a member of the Bourassa family and is currently living in Boston, Read More »

The Potawatomi Medicine Wheel

Many Native American tribes recognize the significance of the medicine wheel, the colors and directions that are associated with them. For the Potawatomi, the East is the direction of new Read More »