Native American Heritage Month will be here in November. I designed 36 free desktop and phone wallpapers to help celebrate.
There are Monday start desktop and phone, Sunday start desktop and phone, and no calendar desktop and phone options.
The back story… at the request of a blog reader, I started creating and sharing heritage wallpapers. First Black History Month, then Women’s History Month, Jewish American Heritage Month. Then came AAPI Heritage month, LGBTQIA+ pride, Disability Pride, and Hispanic Heritage.
P.S. Looking for my FREE standard 2023 month wallpapers? Head here!
Take a look at the 2023 Native American Heritage wallpapers below, shall we!
*** Download all the FREE download links by clicking any of the numerous turquoise buttons scattered throughout this post. ***
The Sunday start desktop options are up first.
And the phone options in Monday start:
Below are the no calendar and Sunday starts as well.
Next up are the no calendar desktop options.
And finally the Monday start desktops:
I really enjoyed creating these Native American Heritage wallpapers and learning some of the history.
On August 3, 1990, President George H. W. Bush set the month of November as National American Indian Heritage Month, aka Native American Heritage Month.
This commemorative month provides a platform for Native people in the United States to share their culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways of life.
In 1986 President Ronald Reagan proclaimed November 23–30, 1986 “American Indian Week.
Most importantly, it gives Native people the opportunity to express to their community/city/county/state officials their concerns and/or solutions to important issues.
I hope you like all of my heritage wallpapers. Below is a recap of what I’ve shared so far:
- February: Black History Month
- March: Women’s History Month
- May: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
- May: Jewish American Heritage Month
- June: LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
- July: Disability Pride Month
- September: Hispanic Heritage Month
- November: Native American Heritage Month
How to set up desktop background on a Mac
Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Desktop & Screen Saver. From the Desktop tab, select a folder of images on the left, then click an image on the right. Desktop & Screen Saver preferences window To add a folder of your own images, click the Add button below the list of folders. For more information about the settings in this window, click the question-mark icon in the corner of the window.
How to set up desktop background in Windows
The simplest way to set a picture as the desktop wallpaper is to open it so that you can see the image, and then right-click it to choose Set as desktop background. This option is also available when you right-click the picture file in Windows Explorer – you don’t even have to open the picture to set it as the desktop background.