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    Resources: 17 listings
    Name and DescriptionNationLocation
    A Dime A Dozen: Essays by Jordan Dill
      US - Northeast
    A collection of essays on contemporary news and historical events related to or involving First Nations peoples, by Jordan Dill, the author of the award-winning website, First Nations / Issues of Consequence.
    American Indian Movement
       
    Jordan Dill's wonderful and extensive website with information about the American Indian Movement (AIM).
    Anna Mae Aquash
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    information and archives maintained by First Nations web site.
    Black Hawk vs. Lehigh Township
      US - Northeast
    petition to support native wildlife zoning permit
    Crimes Against Humanity
       
    by Ward Churchill (the use of native names, images and symbols as sports team mascots)
    First Nations / Issues of Consequence
      US - Northeast
    An extensive gathering of resources on Native American tribes. The information here could be used by history teachers looking to supplement lesson plans on Native Americans as well as cultural studies teachers covering the subject. Students researching for reports will also find this site quite useful.
    First Nations/First Peoples Issues
       
    activist site with information and petition campaigns on many current issues
    Genocide on the Great Plains
      US - Central
    by James Horsley
    part of an effort to rename the Washita Battlefield National Historical Site the Washita National Historical Site of Genocide
    John Trudell - Santee Sioux poet, musician
    Santee  
    For more information, see Jordan Dill's comments Concerning John Trudell . . .
    Lakota Student Alliance
    Lakota US - West
    The Lakota Student Alliance is an alliance of grassroots Indigenous peoples and Students of the Lakota Nation whose mission is to advocate, sponsor, promote and encourage public awareness education among grassroots Indigenous people in the struggle toward Sovereignty and Independence.
    Native Tribes of the U.S. and Canada
       
    Alphabetical Index of federal and state recognized tribes in the United States and Canada.
    Tionontati Nation History
    Tionontati  
    This is a single part of what will be about 240 compact tribal histories (contact to 1900). It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U.S. but also includes those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles (Huron, Micmac, Assiniboine, etc.).
    To Shout Into the Wind
       
    by Jordan S. Dill ("treaties" and "sovereignty")
    Traveling the Spiritual Path: The Struggle for Native American Religious Freedom
       
    by Laura Brooks
    Washita: Genocide on the Great Plains
      US - Central
    by James Horsley
    Washita has a very definite premise - that Custer's massacre was an act founded in "genocidal calculation."
    We Must do the Necessary Thinking for Them
       
    by Jordan S. Dill (the "legal" basis of colonization)
    Wenro History
    Wenro  
    This is a single part of what will be about 240 compact tribal histories (contact to 1900). It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U.S. but also includes those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles (Huron, Micmac, Assiniboine, etc.).




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