Lacrosse was a huge thing with Native Americans. Lot of people are surprised to lean that. This is one of our alll time best selling images. And I have always been surprised by that.
The most popular men's game in the Woodland area, still played today by both Indians and non-Indians, was the ball game called lacrosse. The name was derived from the French jeu de crosse, for the stick or racket used to play. Some tribes called lacrosse "the little brother to war" because games could be used to settle disputes between tribes or bands. Menominee oral tradition states that lacrosse was the gift of the Thunderers and among the Menominee it was played as a practice war game. Other Great Lakes Tribes played lacrosse for sport and for spiritual...
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