American Architecture - TCXUS 276
Native American Architecture

Map of Native American building types (late prehistoric and contact)
Cahokia, Ill. (Near East St. Louis), Mississippian mound building culture, 1100-1350
Iroquois longhouse site, Howlett Hill, s. of Syracuse, New York; 14 century, 334x23 feet
League of 5 Nations diagram
Longhouse, 1870s, Sour Springs, 6 Nations Reserve, Canada (1943 photo)
Pomeiooc, Carolinas (Algonquian), John White, 1585
Secota, Carolinas (Algonquian), Theodore de Bry after White, 1607
Tipi, Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, c. 1900?
Great Basin fiber houses, Paiute, Kaibab Plateau, SW Utah, c. 1873
Apache wikiup, southwest c. 1900?
Canyon de Chelly, AZ, 11th c, remodeled 14th c., photograph by Timothy O’Sullivan, 1873
Zuni, older portion, c. 1880 (40 mi. S. of Gallup, New Mexico)
San Felipe Pueblo, New Mexico, 17th c with successive rebuilding
Navajo Hogan, corbeled-log wall
Kwakwaka’wakw Family house, Alert Bay, early 20th c.
Kwakwaka’wakw, Gwayasdum, Gilford Island
Kwakwaka’wakw House frame, Memquimlees village, Vancouver Island, c. 1917
Kwakwaka’wakw red cedar house posts, 2-headed serpent, c. 1906
Taos Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico, 16th c. with successive rebuilding