Home Login Contact Us
Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World
 Resources   Books & Music   Community   Hosted Sites   About Us   
Resource Center
  • Internet Links
  • Nations Index
  • Geographic Region Index
  • Search the Site
  • New Sites this Week
  • Submit a Site!
  • Hosted Resources
  • Hosted Pages
  • Book & Music Center
  • Law & Legal Issues
  • NativeLaw News
  • NativeTech
  • Site Information
  • Get your FREE EMAIL @NativeWeb.Net!
  • Community
  • Donate to NativeWeb
  • About Us
  • Resource Database Search Methods - use two search engines, External (Google) & NW Internal - results may vary


    Google Search Engine - use as an alternative to NW Internal Search Engine.

    Google
    All NativeWeb Pages Search the Internet
    NativeWeb Resource Database Internal Search - use as an alternative to Google Search:


    Type: Any, Fulltext Web Sites Books and Music
    All Words Must Match: Any Word Can Match
    Note: This search will show a maximum of 250 listings.
    Resources: 3 listings
    Name and DescriptionNationLocation
    Amauta Series
    Quechua US - West
    Information about the important contributions of Native Americans to civilization. Lectures and general information about Tribes in North, central and South America.
    Arapaho Moccasins
    Arapaho US - Central
    Historical description and pattern details from the Museum and Research Center of the American Mountain Men.
    Journal of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth's Expedition
      US - Northeast
    First Expedition - 1832 [The book containing the journal has been mutilated. There are traces of the removal of four pages describing the early stages of the expedition. In its place, statements from a letter which Wyeth addressed to J.G. Palfrey in December, 1847 have been added, describing this part of his travels.] On the 10th of March 1832 I left Boston in a vessel with 20 men for Baltimore where I was joined by four more, and on the 27th left to Rail Road for Fredrick Md from thence to Brownsville we marched on foot, and took passage from that place to Liberty Mo. on various steamboats, which place we left for the prairies on the 12th of May with 21 men, three having deserted, and on the 27th of May three more deserted.




    © NativeWeb, Inc. 1994-2011 || Disclaimer Statement || Copyright Statement || Contact Us || Donate Now