Mihoto Table


The Moon is also used as a clan symbol in some Native American cultures. Tribes with Moon Clans include the Mohave, Ottawa, and Pueblo tribes. The Moon is an important clan crest on the Northwest Coast and can often be found carved on totem poles. The early Native Americans did not record time by using the months of the Julian or Gregorian calendar. Many tribes kept track of time by observing the seasons and lunar months, although there was much variability. For some tribes, the year contained 4 seasons and started at a certain season, such as spring or fall. Others counted 5 seasons to a year. Some tribes defined a year as 12 Moons, while others assigned it 13. Certain tribes that used the lunar calendar added an extra Moon every few years, to keep it in sync with the seasons.

Each tribe that did name the full Moons (and/or lunar months) had its own naming preferences. Some would use 12 names for the year while others might use 5, 6, or 7; also, certain names might change the next year. A full Moon name used by one tribe might differ from one used by another tribe for the same time period, or be the same name but represent a different time period. The name itself was often a description relating to a particular activity/event that usually occurred during that time in their location.



Solid wood cylinder dresser and side table – 4 and 3 drawer.
3 Moon Dresser (4 Drawer)
Dimensions: 48″ W x 19″ D x 36″ H

Item Number: MB-MT-48

2 Moon Side Table (3 Drawer)
Dimensions: 28.25″ W x 18″ D x 29″ H

Item Number: MB-MT-12

Wood Finish Options: American Walnut, Oiled Walnut, Oak, Mahogany, Ash – refer to wood chart