The culture at one time was much different than most people are familiar with.
One of the main rituals that were involved in Native American dating was known as the Crane Dance.
After the mothers have been spoken to the young man is told he is allowed to come to the lodge.
Usually he waits until everyone is sleeping and he makes a light and finds the girl he wants.
This dance was often when the women would dress up in bright clothing all decorated for the dance.
This was the point when men could get a good look at the available women since the dance usually lasted for a couple days.
Scholars disagree about the exact timing of these migrations, but it seems likely that Athabaskan speakers arrived in the Southwest after A. 1450 and were in the Mesa Verde region by at least the early 1500s.
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The Navajo and the Apache are closely related tribes, descended from a single group that scholars believe migrated from Canada.
Both Navajo and Apache languages belong to a language family called "Athabaskan," which is also spoken by native peoples in Alaska and west-central Canada.