TRADING POST
 
After over 15 years of good service on the Internet...
the Manataka American Indian Council has thousands of satisfied customers. 
Manataka's customers are our members, supporters, friends, and family. 
Proceeds go to support many worthwhile nonprofit programs and services.   
  

ART

Art - Woodland Warrior

American Indian Art  New!

2013 Powwow Calendars

2014 Powwow Calendars

 

BOOKS

Arts, Crafts and Hobby

A Basic Iroquois Reading List

Basket Making

Beading

Book Reviews

Bow Making

Clothing

Cradle Boards

Cherokee 

Children's Culture

Children's Activity

Children's Stories

Code Talkers

Cookbooks and More

Craft Lore

Craft Kits

Feature  - Fact & Fiction

Flint Knapping

Genealogy

General Crafts

Gourd Making

History

Hunting and Weapons

Language Books /CDs

Language Series

Medicine/Herbal Healing

Miscellaneous Books

Pottery

Sewing

Spiritual Path Books I

Spiritual Path Books I I

Spiritual Path Books III

Survival Skills

Tanning

Youth Books

Youth Books- Native Voices

Weaving

INDEPENDENT AUTHORS

Jim Path Finder Ewing

Boe Glasschild Spiritual Medicine

William Marder  Excellent History

Magdala Rameriz Maya Spiritual

Corina Roberts 

Robert Roskind Inspirational

Tamarack Song  Spirit Medicine

Tsloagui Ruiz-Razo Self-Help 

Ray Urbaniak Southwest Symbols

CLOTHING

Personalized Ball Caps

Cherokee Seal Jacket

Cherokee Turbans

Colorado West! Fine Leather Apparel

Women's - Men's - Kids -

Missouri River Clothing Patterns

Seven Clan T-Shirt

Indian Slogan-T-Shirts

 

DRUMS

Heart Beat Drums

 

FLAGS

Authentic Tribal Flags

American Indian Vietnam Veteran Flag

 

FURNITURE - Rustic Woodcrafts

Handcrafted - Fine Quality - Guaranteed!

Beds

Bedroom

Outdoor

Dining Room

Living Room

 

FURS - HIDES - ROBES

Buckskin & Buffalos - Robes

 

HERBAL MEDICINE

Native Remedies - ADULTS

Native Remedies - KID

Native Remedies - PETS

Native Remedies - New Mothers

 

HERBAL TEAS

Native American Herbal Tea

MUSIC STORE

American Indian Flutes  New!

Contemporary

Country / Folk

Flute Music

Pow Wow Songs

Rock and Rap

Spiritual Songs

Storytellers

Traditional

Tracy Bone -- Music CD - No Lies

 

STATIONARY & CARDS

Indian Greeting Cards

Collector Cards - New Fad!

2014 Calendars

 

TEEPEES

Manataka Teepees Savings!

VIDEO STORE

Great Selection DVD

How To's, Crafts, Dance, Beading, Clothing

Let's Go To The Movies!

Classics, History, Entertainment 

Films of the First Nations   New!

For Universities, Colleges, Schools, Libraries

CEREMONIAL SUPPLY

Buffalo Skulls - Painted

Kinnick-Kinnick

Sacred Ceremonial Sage Bundle

Smudge Kits, Sage

Sweetgrass

Stone Pipes

Tobacco

HAND-MADE CRAFTS

Cherokee Gifts

Women's Gifts


 

Furniture is essential for home and office and comes in variety of designs, color combinations and shapes. Online shopping of funiture from sites like craftsvilla is growing every day. Ethnic and antique furniture gives a different look to home. The furniture online shopping from India is a big opportunity as cheap and high quality funiture is available from Jodhpur and Jaipur at wholesale rates which is much lower than funiture in walmart, home depot or amazon. To buy furniture online go to www.craftsvilla.com

  


 

Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990:  This website does not imply or suggest that items for sale on our website are hand-made by a person or persons who are members of a federally recognized tribe, unless otherwise indicated in writing and clearly identified next to the item displayed.  You are advised to first assume all items displayed for sale on this website are not made by a member of a federally recognized tribe.  The list of items specifically made by persons who are members of a federally recognized tribe has been deleted to avoid consumer confusion -- and pages displaying non-manufactured, handcrafted arts and crafts contain a notice regarding the origin of items displayed on that page.  Items such as books, cd's, dvd's, t shirts, ceremonial items, clothing and regalia, drums, flutes, flags, furs/hides, gifts, home decor, greeting cards, healing clay, herbal medicine, herbal tea, jewelry, soap nuts, teepees, videos, and women's gifts are not hand made by a members or members of a federally recognized tribe.  In some cases, a supplier company may be owned by an American Indian who is a member of a federally recognized tribe, but the item by its nature (books, t-shirts, etc.) are not classified as an art or craft and therefore are not identified as being made by a person who is a member of a federally recognized tribe. For a copy of a free brochure entitled, "How To Buy Genuine American Indian Arts and Crafts" go to http://www.iacb.doi.gov  

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