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    Resources: 19 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    A Potawatomi Word A Day
    Potawatomi United States
    A Potawatomi Word a Day, with usage examples and audio podcast, updated Monday-Friday. The Neshnabé Institute for Cultural Studies,
    Forest County Potawatomi Community, Wisconsin
    Potawatomi US - Northeast
    Website of the Forest County Potawatomi FCP reservation is located in north-east Wisconsin. (previously listed as the Forest County Potawatomi Community of Wisconsin Potawatomi Indians, Wisconsin)
    Potawatomi US - Central
    Forest County Potawatomi online gift shop, where you can Buy Authentic Native American Gifts fast, easy and secure.
    Greywolf Ravenstarlite
    Potawatomi US - Central
    My personal site for visitors to get a better understanding of my beliefs, heritage, & passions. Also a good networking resource with Pow Wow Calender & Native Links.
    Hannahville Indian Community, Michigan
    Potawatomi US - Northeast
    (previously listed as the Hannahville Indian Community of Wisconsin Potawatomie Indians of Michigan)
    Huron Potawatomi, Inc., Michigan
    Potawatomi US - Northeast
    Welcome to the new Huron Potawatomi Website! The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi is a Native American Tribe that was federally recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1995 and presently consists of approximately 600 members located in Athens, Michigan.
    keshkosa's Native American Artworks
    Potawatomi US - Central
    My Name is Robert Lara. Kesh-ko-sa in Potawatomi.I make all kinds of native american artworks.Dance Fans of all styles ,Gourds,Dance staffs,Otter hats, Gourd Dance sets. All kinds of custom works. I also paint and draw. I do Peyote Style Beadwork as well as brick stitch. I make Native American Church Feather Fans as well as Roadman Sets Custom to order. Peyote Drumsticks and much more. All my beadwork is one of a Kind.
    Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians of Michigan
    Potawatomi US - Northeast
    Gun Lake Tribe
    Mitch Battese
    Potawatomi United States
    Prairie Band Potawatomi artist Mitch Battese. Uses oil on canvas to illustrate Native Spirituality and American Indian concepts.
    Potawatomi US - Central
    We feature language resources regarding the Potawatomi language and stories of the early neshnabek peoples prior to the removal, during the remval period, 1830-1878, after the removal period, and todays' modern Potawatomi people.
    Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, Michigan and Indiana
    Potawatomi US - Northeast
    Tribal Recognition was restored and signed into law by President Clinton in September of 1994. The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians distribute services to its approximately 3150 membership.
    Potawatomi Genealogy Query Page
    Our hope is that those who leave a query followed by their email address will be contacted by others researching the same Potawatomi family surname and that together they can help one another discover their family's roots.
    Potawatomi Language - Hannahville Indian Community - Nah Tah Wahsh PSA
    Potawatomi US - Central
    Potawatomi Language Website: An Educational Resource Tool to Support Language Classes taught in the School and Community. "Welcome to the future..... This may not be exactly what our Elders had in mind when they said that it is our responsibility to orally hand down to the next generation the things that we learn so that those coming behind us would have what we have and more. We were always reminded to think ahead for seven generations remembering that what we do and how we live will serve as a foundation for those yet to come. As we pick up those things that were left for us and use them to the best of our ability, it is our intent through the electronic world to preserve and pass it on to all future generations."
    Potawatomi Studio
    Potawatomi US - Central
    Mitch Battese is a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe in Kansas. He has a special interest in painting with oil or watercolor. Many of his subjects tend to have an underlying spiritual quality within them.
    Potawatomi Web
    Our website reflects our desire to strengthen and revitalize the use of the Prairie Band Potawatomi language, as well as to share documents and resources on Potawatomi history and culture. We gear our site to members of our tribe, but you are welcome, whatever your heritage, as long as you are respectful of our language and traditions.
    Potawatomi Web - nIshnabe'k The People
    The Potawatomi are an American Indian nation from the woodlands or Great Lakes area of North America. The exact meaning of the word Potawatomi is not known, but most sources translate it as "People of the Place of the Fire." Potawatomis call themselves in their own language, nIshnabe'k , which simply means, the people.
    Prairie Band Potawatomi - official web site
    Potawatomi US - Central
    As a sovereign Nation, we shall ensure self-sufficiency that respects diversity and equality while working within a spirit of cooperation and fairness for a high standard of living and quality of life. As a sovereign Nation we shall strive to provide an environment of improved well-being for our people including education, health, safety, and welfare while valuing our culture, traditions, and all resources. As a sovereign Nation we shall accomplish this for all generations with a system of value-based management to respect all views.
    The Native Blog
    Potawatomi US - Central
    The Blog of Potawatomi Author Larry Mitchell
    Walpole Island Potawatomi - First Nation
    Potawatomi Canada - Eastern
    Our present-day community is nestled between Ontario and Michigan at the mouth of the St. Clair River. The modern delta emerged only 6,000 years ago. This place is known to us as Bkejwanong, the-place-where-the waters-divide. It is also known as Walpole Island, named after the "warpoles" which were long wooden starves planted in the ground with the emblems of the First Nations on them. These warpoles were seen by the early visitors. Bkejwanong has been occupied by Aborginal people for thousands of years. It is today home to 3,000.

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