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    Resources: 366 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    1851Treaty
    Lakota US - Central
    The 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie of September 17th, 1851, ratified 1853. Last legal (Oyate Omnicye-mandated, female inclusive) document of N/DN/D/Lakota Nation. Protected from violation through Article VI, U.S. Constitution, "Treaties made with Indian Nations shall be the supreme law of the land."
    1868 Fort Laramie Treaty (Black Hills)
    Sioux US - Central
    images of the entire original treaty, from the National Archives and Records Administration
    612 Designs & Hosting
    Chippewa US - Central
    612 Designs & Hosting is a Native American owned web design company. We provide quality web design, web hosting and domain name registration, logo creation, search engine placement, and Stellent content management consulting.
    A Dance of Deception
    Lakota US - Central
    A leading Native American scholar and educator says the federal raid on Alex White Plume's hemp crop is yet another manifestation of the US government's two-faced policy toward Indians.
    by Don Trent Jacobs, in Mother Jones magazine, February 20, 2001
    Ablaya's Gallery - Sioux and Plains Beaded Art-.
    Dakota US - Central
    On-line store and gallery. Here you will find the finest hand-made items. Use of traditional patterns and of the same natural materials used in the former Plains Indian culture: Beaded bags, pouches, necklaces, dolls, hatbands, knife sheath, bracelet... and a lot of other unique creations. If there's something special you want, if you have a particular idea in mind, get in touch with us. We are happy to take commissions.
    Aboriginal Ways
    Ioway US - Central
    Aboriginal Ways website is a site documenting aboriginal plains indian ways of life as seen through the eyes of an Ioway indian.
    Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma
    Shawnee US - Central
    Abuses Against Natives in Asylum in S. Dakota
    Lakota US - Central
    Did you know...that Drapetomania - the insane urge of a slave to run away from a slavemaster - was thought to be the only type of mental illness affecting slaves? Did you know... that the federal government established a fully segregated asylum for "insane Indians" in Canton South Dakota? Pemina Yellow Bird is a psychiatric survivor activist who has begun to explore the history of Native People in U.S. mental health systems. Download her manuscript: "Wild Indians: Native Perspectives on the Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians."
    Agard Family Quilts-Native American Made
    Lakota US - Central
    Native American Made Star Quilts from Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota. Four members of the Agard family make the star quilts. We are all enrolled members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Our Grandmother, who is 89 years old, still sews everyday and is our inspiration for for this craft.
    aka Flute Man
    Shawnee US - Central
    Wolfs Robe has entertained audiences from around the World and performed at such places as The Grand Canyon in Arizona as well as Devils Tower Wyoming.Wolfs Robe is a Traditional Native American style flute Performer and that means there are no songs written down, they are of the moment, and performed from the Heart. His Traditional solo concerts are truly an experience; he transports listeners on a journey to a World and Time almost forgotten.
    Alabama-Coushatta Tribes of Texas
      US - Central
    Official homepage of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, with information, pictures, and links.
    Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town
      US - Central
    Alabama Quassarte Alabama-Quassarte Native American Indian Coushatta Tribal Wetumka Oklahoma Town Kialegee Casino Gaming Member NIGA NIGC Compact.
    Alaska Shop
    Inuit US - Central
    The Alaska Shop is a reputable and knowledgeable dealer of Fine Inuit Art serving satisfied customers for 30 years. We strive to promote the Inuit culture through art. There is a unique way that Inuit art can speak to an individual. The way soapstone can almost freeze a moment in time, the way you can see the story of the artist life visualize in front of you through there works. With pieces from Johnny Inukpuk and beyond. The Alaska Shop is one place that you have to look at.
    All Things Native
    Shawnee US - Central
    Native American Regalia, Jewelry, beadwork and Accessories, and Powwow regalia made by Native Americans living in the Oklahoma area.
    Allen Bettis' Flintknapping Page
      US - Central
    This page is currently being developed to disseminate information to the archaeological community and the interested public on experimental lithic replication developments and techniques.
    American Broadcloth
      US - Central
    Broadcloth is a product that was originally made as trade wool, manufactured for the past 200 years out of 100% wool. The cloth was used as a trade item with Native Americans. American Broadcloth Co. only manufactures 100% wool cloth with an authentic "selvedge" edge. This edge was used to identify different manufactures of cloth by the use of colored bands going the length of the warp. Our edge is an 8 band reproduction of an original 18th century edge.
    American Indian Archery Technology
      US - Central
    American Indians did not always have the bow and arrow. It was not until about A.D. 500 that the bow and arrow was adopted in Iowa some 11,500 years after the first people came to the region.
    American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    The purpose of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) is to assist American Indian businesses to expand and grow their business. The chamber provides an opportunity for Native American business owners to network among themselves to enhance business opportunities. The Chamber also acts as a collective voice for American Indian businesses on important issues.
    American Indian Cultural Society
      US - Central
    The American Indian Cultural Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving American Indian culture and art through lectures, seminars, demonstrations, dances, and many other activities.
    American Indian Dance Theatre
      US - Central
    Based out of Tulsa, OK AIDT is the premiere Native American Dance company founded in 1987. The company has had two "Great Performances" productions on PBS, and is Grammy and Emmy award nominated. The company continues to tour the world with it's full evening performance.
    American Indian Integration of Baseball
      US - Central
    By Jeffrey Powers-Beck Foreword by Joseph B. Oxendine For many the entry of Jackie Robinson into Major League Baseball in 1947 marked the beginning of integration in professional baseball, but the entry of American Indians into the game during the previous half-century and the persistent racism directed toward them is not as well known. From the time that Louis Sockalexis stepped onto a Major League Baseball field in 1897, American Indians have had a presence in professional baseball.
    American Indian Language
    Lakota US - Central
    A brief look at (and sounds of) several American Indian languages.
    American Indian Studies - University of Minnesota
      US - Central
    American Indian Studies Program [Michigan State University]
      US - Central
    American Indian Studies (AISP) at MSU seeks to form an understanding of American Indian cultures and identities, the place of American Indian/ Indigenous people in today’s world, and the changing demands of American Indian/Indigenous peoples in the pursuit of cross-cultural diversity. AISP has 23 affiliated faculty members working in departments of Anthropology, Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures (WRAC), Law, English, Religious Studies, History, Linguistics, MSU Museum, American Studies , the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities and Spanish & Portuguese.
    American Indian Studies Research Institute
      US - Central
    American Indians Paper Moccasin Pattern
      US - Central
    A children's activity in the Trailblazer #1 from the Nebraska Historical Society.
    Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee
    Cherokee US - Central
    We are a Native American cultural center serving the West Plains, Missouri region and surrounding area. Our center features an art gallery with paintings and prints by Native American artists, and a tribal store with handmade Native American crafts. We provide cultural special events, including festivals, musical presentations, films, educational programming, and celebrations. We provide resources for Native Americans and the community.
    An Introduction to Dakota Culture and History
    Dakota US - Central
    This website covers basic information about Dakota Culture and History and includes an Art Gallery.
    An Introduction to Ojibway Culture and History
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    This website covers basic information about Ojibway Culture and History and includes many graphics.
    anahwake nahtanaba
    Caddo US - Central
    The caddo tribe,cut out and off from its present administration ,found it necessary to create a way to communicate with its far flung membership,thus www,thecaddo.com . watch our progress, come to see our site,and quite possibly see history unfold before your own eyes, caddo history, we will make the differance necessary to serve our people.why? because we are caddo!
    Annual Building Bridges conference in Vermillion, South Dakota
      US - Central
    WE BELIEVE that exposure and discussion of diversity issues such as racism and the ethnic minority experience can facilitate positive institutional change. We value and desire the respect for diversity in all levels of education. Building Bridges provides opportunities for students and faculty learn effective ways to make higher education a positive experience for all students, but especially for Native American students.
    Apache del Rio Intertribal Organization
      US - Central
    The Apache del Rio Intertribal is comprised of Native American Indians from many different Nations and individuals who, though not of Native American ancestry, share a strong interest in ensuring that the culture, heritage and traditions of the Native American Indians are accurately passed on to our children, the general public and future generations.
    Arapaho Moccasins
    Arapaho US - Central
    Historical description and pattern details from the Museum and Research Center of the American Mountain Men.
    Bacone College
      US - Central
    Bacone College is a four-year liberal arts college affiliated with the American Baptist Church embracing a historic educational mission to American Indians.
    BadEagle.com
    Comanche US - Central
    Bad Eagle.com is the first website for American Indian Patriots, and the only voice of conservative American Indian thought. Dr. David A. Yeagley, direct descendent of the Comanche warrior Bad Eagle (1839-1906), is the first conservative American Indian in the American media.
    BadRiver
    Chippewa US - Central
    This is a family history page in the making tracing roots back to the Bad River Indian Reservation.
    Bineshii Wild Rice & Goods
    Chippewa US - Central
    suggested subject: Native American Foods And Creations We are a Native American owned business located on the Leech Lake Ojibwe Reservation in Northern Minnesota.
    Black Kettle Museum
    Cheyenne US - Central
    The museum provides information on the Cheyenne and the Battle of the Washita as well as other local history items. The nearby battle site is under development by the National Park Service. An interpretative center is planned on site in the next few years. New temporary exhibits on the battle are planned to be on line by fall of 1999.
    Bone Tools
      US - Central
    Series in Ancient Technologies. Ancient Iowans used many kinds of animal bones as raw material for tools. Along with artifacts of stone, shell, and wood, bone implements were an important part of many tool kits.
    Bowman Performance Consulting, LLC
    Stockbridge-Munsee US - Central
    Bowman Performance Consulting, LLC is a nationally certified and social science organization working to assist Indian and non-Indian organizations with scientific research and evaluation. This organization specializes in culturally and contextually relevant research and evaluation strategies that are also scientifically rigorous. Past clients include US Dept. of Justice, National Science Foundation, NASA, US Dept. of Education, National Indian Education Association, American Educational Research Association, American Evaluation Association, and US Dept of Agriculture to name several.
    Brain-Box Digital Archives Project
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    MAAWANJI'IDING - GATHERING TOGETHER Ojibwe Histories and Narratives from Wisconsin Volume one: Brain-Box Digital Archives Oral histories from northern Wisconsin's Ojibwe homelands published for the first time on CD-ROM. Maawanji'iding is the result or 6 years of collaborative production between hup!multimedia and tribal members of the Wisconsin bands of Lake Superior Chippewa or Ojibwe, part of the larger Anishinaabe Nation in the U.S. and Canada.
    BRIDGES
      US - Central
    A student organization at the University of North Dakota (Grand Forks), working to remove the infamous "Fighting Sioux" name and logo from the University.... we need outside support!!
    Brule fan site
    Lakota US - Central
    Fan site to learn about the band Brule.
    Buder Center for American Indian Studies
      US - Central
    The Buder Center for American Indian Studies is located at Washington University, George Warren Brown School of Social Work in St. Louis, MO. The Katheryn M. Buder Center provides a full tuition scholarship to American Indian Students who wish to pursue a Master's Degree in Social Work AND who are committed to working with American Indians.
    Buffalo Bull Howling , Arapaho Artist Gallery
    Arapaho US - Central
    Artwork and online Gallery of a Arapaho artist. Displaying and spotlighting contempoary expression of the Plains Indian. Site created by Native hands, colorful perspectives and original Ideas.
    Buffalo Jerky
      US - Central
    I sell Buffalo Jerky that is the best tasting I've found. I know I have native bloodline in my family but the tribe is unknown. My Bison Jerky has no beef and is smokehouse cured. It is a great tasting meat and digests well and has a great history. I hope you'll try it.
    Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma
    Caddo US - Central
    Cankdeska Cikana Community College
      US - Central
    Canku Ota (Many Paths)
      US - Central
    Canku Ota is an online newsletter/website celebrating Native America, it's traditions and cultures. We publish bi-weekly and feature an extensive research section, coloring book, kids area, factual history, activities and many guest writers. Our mission is to show that Native America is ALIVE.
    Center for Indigenous Nations Studies, University of Kansas
      US - Central
    The Center for Indigenous Nations Studies at the University of Kansas contributes to the survival, self-sufficiency, mutual support, empowerment, and decolonization of Indigenous Peoples throughout the world. The Center, working from a cross-cultural and global perspective, educates students through a combination of instruction, study, research, and practical experience.
    centerrecords.com
    Lakota US - Central
    Center Records presents Lakota spitirual leader, medicine man, and respected elder, Joe Flying Bye (1917-2000) in a series of recordings in the Lakota oral tradition.
    Cherokee Heritage Center
    Cherokee US - Central
    Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Cherokee history and culture.
    Cherokee Images -- Tribal Art by Ken Masters
    Cherokee US - Central
    Cherokee Pottery, stories and historical information.
    Cherokee Indian Art
    Cherokee US - Central
    Tahlequah, Oklahoma Cherokee Indian Art, stories and history. Cherokee art with subjects including the Cherokee Trail of Tears, the Dawes Rolls and the Cherokee Little People.
    Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma
    Cherokee US - Central
    Official site, based in Tahlequah Oklahoma
    Cherokee Warriors Society
    Cherokee US - Central
    Solicitation for Cherokee veterans, ( No blood quantum to be satisfied) to join the society sponsored by the Cherokee Nation Veterans Affairs. Join the Brother/Sister hood.
    Cherokee Woman
    Cherokee US - Central
    Information on documents, Dawes roll, Guion Miller Applicants explanation. Cherokee Artist painting "Only The Names Remain" pictures of the present Cherokee Chief & Mayes district councilors, plus Stand Watie's desk. Same person - known by different names - AKA. List of books I have authored. Important links for searching the evasive ancestor. Quotes from many different Tribes.
    Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    With a long and often tragic history we, the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, are always eager to share the wealth and origin of our culture with you. We continually strive to preserve our heritage and are proud to welcome you to our site. As you browse this site you will see photographs of historical significance as well as those which reflect the culture of today.
    Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma
    Chickasaw US - Central
    Welcome to the Chickasaw Nation. Our mission is to enhance the overall quality of life of the Chickasaw people
    Chili Corn, a play by Red Path Theater
      US - Central
    Chip-In Casino
      US - Central
    Harris, MI
    Choctaw Clothing
    Choctaw US - Central
    The Choctaw people are very proud of their status as "civilized" Indians. We have been a pragmatic people, quick to accept whatever was good from the people who entered our lives.
    Choctaw Dress
    Choctaw US - Central
    When participating in public performances of Choctaw dances, today's Choctaws wear their national regalia. This regalia, for both sexes, is quite distinctive and readily distinguishes the wearer as a Choctaw rather than a member of some other southeastern tribe.
    Choctaw Elections Information Clearinghouse
    Choctaw US - Central
    Choctaw Elections Information Clearinghouse is a web site created for the purpose of facilitating information between tribal voters and candidates seeking election to office in the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and for anyone who is interested in the elections process of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO). To advance this goal, any and all candidates for office within the CNO who want to notify tribal voters of their candidacy and promote his or her campaign on this web site will be provided an individual page at no cost for the service.
    Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
    Choctaw US - Central
    Official site of this Indian nation features news, history, transcribed interviews from the 19th century, job listings, events schedule, social services
    Choctaw Nation Unofficial Home Page
    Choctaw US - Central
    This page appears courtesy of the National Indian Telecommunications Institute, a non-profit, Indian-owned organization putting more Indian schools on the Internet.
    Choctaw Traditional Dress
    Choctaw US - Central
    Excerpt from: "Choctaw Music and Dance" By James H. Howard and Victoria Lindsay Levine
    Chris Eyre
    Cheyenne US - Central
    Official web site for director Chris Eyre (Cheyenne/Arapaho).
    Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Oklahoma
      US - Central
    Official site of this Oklahoma tribe includes news, links, and information on language, art, and culture.
    Clothing through Historic Crafts & Skills
      US - Central
    Truth and fiction in frontier clothing The image of the frontiersman carried by most people is a mixture of fact and fiction. For example, it is true that early fur traders and trappers dressed primarily in fringed buckskin. But the handsomely tailored, honeygold buck-skins of television and movies bear little resemblance to the loose-fitting, grease-stained, gray-black skins found in museum collections and early journal accounts.
    Coalition of Native Americans Concerned with Disabilities
      US - Central
    To unite in a common cause, to identify and address disability issues in Indian Country.
    Columbia Plateau beadwork, arts,crafts
    Paiute US - Central
    We are native crafts men and women, this site is of mine and my wifes but we are also helping community tribal members to sell there arts and crafts to help them get exposer, for we are a remote reservation. all crafts men and women are enrolled members, and will be able to show proof when asked.
    Comanche Nation, Oklahoma
    Comanche US - Central
    Haa Maruawe - Welcome! The Comanche Nation, located in Southwest Oklahoma, has a approximately 13,391 enrolled tribal members. We are striving to keep our ancestors traditions alive in the Twenty-First century.
    Composer Brent Michael Davids
    Mohican US - Central
    BRENT MICHAEL DAVIDS is a member of the Mohican Nation, an internationally recognized Composer whose music features elements of Native American tribal music combined with Western compositional techniques.
    Conner Prairie Museum
      US - Central
    Conner Prairie, an Earlham Museum, is an AAM accredited open-air living history museum located in Fishers, Indiana. It serves as a local, regional, and national center for research and education about the lives, times, attitudes, and values of early 19th-century settlers in the Old Northwest Territory, based upon the Indiana experience. Conner Prairie features a modern Museum Center, special facilities, and four historic areas: the 1836 village of Prairietown, the 1823 William and Elizabeth Conner Home, the Pioneer Adventure Area and the new Lenape Camp & McKinnen's Trading Post. The museum and historic areas are set on a 210 acre site featuring wooded areas and orchards along the White River in central Indiana.
    Connie's CakeBox
    Otoe-Missouria US - Central
    Indian owned/operated cake decorating business, specializing in Native American designs, customized cakes. Can serve from 6 to unlimited number of servings.
    Creek Indian Researcher
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Central
    This site is a collection of records and links for those researching their Creek - Muskogee Indian ancestors.
    Crow Creek Pow Wow
    Sioux US - Central
    Crow Creek Pow Wow - "Honoring Our Youth and Elders" - - Fort Thompson, South Dakota - This is a Cultural Unity Event Welcoming All Peoples - There will be Drum and Dance competition and vendors selling Traditional Native American arts, crafts and food. This event is open to the public!
    Crow Creek Tribal School
    Sioux US - Central
    Crow Creek Tribal School is operated by the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe in central South Dakota along the Missouri River.
    Dakoka Dreams
    Blackfoot US - Central
    native american indian dreamcatchers. double hoops. 3 feet long. featured in 'War Cry' online E-zine.
    Dakota Conflict WebQuest
    Dakota US - Central
    This 'Dakota Conflict' webquest is available here for people of all ages to learn about a moment in time of our U.S. history, that hopefully will be discussed in the classroom. This webquest was made for further inquiry / investigations of the American Indians, the Dakota, and specifically the Dakota Conflict of 1862 (aka, the Sioux Uprising of 1862). This webquest is a multidisciplinary unit about the Sioux Uprising of 1862 and the events and issues that led up to it in the time period of 1851 - 1862. It is intended to be a culminating activity to be used within the study of the Sioux Uprising of 1862, where the final student created product will be a newspaper article.
    Dakota Ojibway Police Service
    Ojibwe US - Central
    As one of the longest operating First Nation Police Services in Canada, D.O.P.S. is a recognized stand-alone police agency located in southwestern Manitoba, providing policing services to the following First Nation communities: Birdtail Sioux - south of Birtle, Manitoba Canupawakpa Dakota - south of Virden, Manitoba Roseau River - north of Emerson, Manitoba Sioux Valley - northwest of Brandon, Manitoba
    Dakota Sioux Casino
    Dakota US - Central
    Watertown, SD
    David Hughes Pow-Wow Photos
      US - Central
    David Hughes, professional photographer: "I have started going to some of the midwestern Pow Wow events as time permits. I post photos from them as soon as I get them scanned and send enlargements to the organizers when I get them done. I do not sell or offer for sale any photos taken at these events. I find the ceremonial dress a fastinating subject matter and prefer to let everyone see them."
    Dawnhawk Gallery
    Lakota US - Central
    Original watercolor and acrylic paintings by Lakota artist, Arthur Short Bull. Subjects include Ghost Dance, Wounded Knee, and many other aspects of his Lakota background.
    Delaware Nation, Oklahoma
      US - Central
    (formerly the Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma)
    Delaware Tribe of Indians, Oklahoma
    Delaware US - Central
    The Delaware of today number close to 10,000 and are headquartered in Bartlesville where the tribal government operates service programs. A small group of separately-organized Delawares (the Absentees) are located in Anadarko, Oklahoma on lands they jointly control with the Wichitas and Caddos. There has been a recent revival in cultural programs (language, song, and social dance) which has pleased the few remaining full-blood lders who feared cultural extinction.
    Derechos Indígenas de Turismo Internacional
      US - Central
    Tomar control de la manera en que el turismo afecta a nuestras vidas.
    DLN Advocacy
    Dakota US - Central
    Dakota/Lakota/Nakota (DLN) Human Rights Advocacy Coalition was formed by a group of human beings who have bonded in the spirit of the Oyate...grassroots for the protection of our native peoples Human and Civil rights. We will work on behalf of the oyate to bring help and solutions to the issues of poverty, human sufferings, and many civil right violations against our peoples. This list will support those throughout the Lakota, Nakota, and Dakota nations.
    DLN Issues: The Black Hills
    Dakota US - Central
    Information from the Dakota-Lakota-Nakota Human Rights Advocacy Coalition about Black Hills issues.
    Documentary Educational Resources
    Ojibwe US - Central
    This is a link to a film we have titled "Earl's Canoe" and it is a documentary about building a traditional Ojibwe Canoe from a birch tree. We ask that you add a link to this page for Birchwood Canoe building.
    Don Montileaux
    Lakota US - Central
    Donald Montileaux, Yellowbird, is a modern-day storyteller, rekindling the images of the Lakota lifestyle by painting the people as they were.
    Eagle Eye Computing, Inc.
    Cheyenne US - Central
    The purpose of Eagle Eye is to provide a personalized quality of service catered to your needs, not ours . We've provided a number of resources here to help you report and resolve problems, suggest improvements and learn about our service's.
    Eagle Thunder Consulting
    Lakota US - Central
    A Native American Owned Low Income Housing Tax Credit Consulting Firm
    Early Recognized Treaties with American Indian Nations
      US - Central
    This is a website that supplies the texts of the nine treaties that are not included in the Oklahoma State University Kappler database (http://digital.library.okstate.edu/kappler/). Taken together, this resource and the OSU one provide the final texts of all 375 recognized treaties.
    Eastern Missouri All Nations American Indian Council
      US - Central
    E.M.A.N.A.I.C. is a 501c3 located in Eastern Missouri. The goals of our organization are to provide local events, education and support for the American Indian Coummunitty in the St. Louis Metro area. Our plan is to provide a center to serve as a place to gather for our Children and Elders, hold events and provide a means of education along with a support system for the many Tribes represented in the Metro area.
    Edward S Curtis
      US - Central
    Cardozo Fine Art has an online gallery of Edward S. Curtis photographs. We have the largest collection of vintage work.
    Eiteljorg Museum - Indianapolis
      US - Central
    The Eiteljorg Museum is unique, one of two museums east of the Mississippi with both Native American and Western art. The Native American collection includes pottery, basketry, sculpture and other artifacts from all 10 North American native cultural areas.
    ElboWoodsWorks
    Mandan US - Central
    Unique, elegant, hand crafted wood burial caskets. Pine, Oak, Cedar. Interior lined with a satin star quilt design lid inlay or pendleton blanket. High gloss finish, customized with applied heritage designed artwork.
    Feather Poetry
    Sioux US - Central
    Poetry that breaks new ground on subjects that have been written and talked about for years and years to come.
    Fire on the Prairie
    Sioux US - Central
    Fire on the Prairie provides resource materials for activists and others working on or interested in supporting the struggle for indigenous rights and treaty rights on the northern plains. The struggle against unilateral legislative transfer of treaty land to South Dakota is the current emphasis of our new site.
    Five Civilized Tribes Museum
    Cherokee US - Central
    The Five Civilized Tribes Museum and Center for the Study of Indian Territory exists to preserve the heritage and culture of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole. The Museum hosts cultural/educational events and competitive art shows through out the year. The student art show, held each spring, serves to support and cultivate new artists within the Five Civilized Tribes; while, the Master's show hosted in the fall recognizes the talent, determination and spirit of the seasoned Native artisian. We invite you to visit our Museum located in Muskogee, Oklahoma or stop by our web site fivetribes.com to explore our committment to the preservation of Native American history and culture.
    Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
      US - Central
    FOREST COUNTY POTAWATOMI ONLINE GIFT SHOP
    Potawatomi US - Central
    Forest County Potawatomi online gift shop, where you can Buy Authentic Native American Gifts fast, easy and secure.
    Fort Berthold Community College
      US - Central
    Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851
    Sioux US - Central
    Fort Laramie Treaty, 1868
    Sioux US - Central
    Fort Peck Community College
    Dakota US - Central
    suggested nation: and Nakona Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) is a public two-year tribally-controlled community college chartered by the government of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes. The college is located in the town of Poplar, Montana, the capital of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in north-eastern Montana.
    Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma
    Apache US - Central
    Welcome! This site is my attempt to allow visitors to learn more about the Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma and to allow our members to share information through the member's section. It's not an "official" tribal site as our tribe doesn't have a web site, but it's the closest thing we have to an official site.
    Four Winds Indian Books
      US - Central
    Complete selection of only Native American (Indian) book, audio and video titles in stock and available on-line covering every conceivable category
    Fourth World Center
      US - Central
    The Fourth World Center for the Study of Indigenous Law and Politics was founded in 1984 as a resource commons of authoritative information on indigenous peoples' affairs. The major components of the Center's educational project are: the creation and presentation of a university-level multidisciplinary curriculum focused on the stucy of indigenous peoples; the publication of the Fourth World Bulletin, a journal on indigenous politics with a global concentration; the development of university textbooks for the study of indigenous politics; the presentation of public forums; and the presentation of testimony before international legal organizations.
    Frank H. McClung Museum
      US - Central
    The McClung Museum is a general museum with collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, medicine, local history, and natural history. The exhibits document ways of life, cultural trends, and technologies from prehistoric times to the present day, and showcase much of Tennessee's past -- its geology, history, art, and culture. The McClung Museum is a special place -- a place of discovery, a place to learn about the world around us.
    Garrison Dam: The Unfinished Dream
    Hidatsa US - Central
    George Gillette, chairman of the Fort Berthold Indian Tribal Council, covered his face and wept in Washington on May 20, 1948, as Secretary of the Interior J.A. Krug signed a contract to buy 155,000 acres of North Dakota’s best Indian land for a government reservoir. Five decades and 2½ generations later, the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, which became the Three Affiliated Tribes under an 1851 treaty, still are recovering from the inundation of 155,000 acres of their best land.
    A special report by Patrick Springer in the Fargo Forum.
    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
    GenoMed, Inc.
      US - Central
    Adult-onset Diabetes affects Indigenous Peoples at rates several times higher than Caucasians. It's not uncommon for 80% of an Indian tribe's members to have diabetes. The complications of diabetes include kidney failure requiring dialysis; heart disease and strokes; and blindness.
    Grand Casino Hinckley
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Hinckley, MN
    Grand Casino Mille Lacs
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Onamia, MN
    Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission
      US - Central
    Comprised of eleven sovereign tribal governments located throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, the Commission's purpose is to protect and enhance treaty-guaranteed rights to hunt, fish, and gather on inland territories ceded under the Chippewa treaties of 1836, 1837, 1842, and 1854; to protect and enhance treaty guaranteed fishing on the Great Lakes; and to provide cooperative management of these resources.
    Great Lakes Intertribal Council
      US - Central
    Native American communities and events in Wisconsin, with information about community events, cultural communication activities, accommodations, and attractions in Indian Country within the Great Lakes Intertribal Council and Heritage Tourism membership.
    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.
    Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment
      US - Central
    Students of the American Indians and of Western history are familiar with the elaborate breastplates of long, light-colored, tubular beads worn by many prominent Plains Indian men that have been depicted in photographs taken since about 1870. Yet the story of how, when, and where these picturesque ornaments originated and how the custom of wearing them was diffused widely among the Plains Indians and their neighbors has never been told. A Study in Indian and White Ingenuity By John C. Ewers Hairpipe Breastplate Anthropological Papers, No. 50 From Bureau of American Ethnology BULLETIN 164, pp. 29-85, pls. 13-37. United States Government Printing Office, Washington : 1957 Smithsonian Institution Libraries Electronic Edition 1996
    Haskell Indian Nations University
      US - Central
    HINU's Youth Extension is establishing alliances with the four resident tribes of Kansas, and the four surrounding urban areas, to identify and respond to the needs of the American Indian communities. The eight communities HX serves are: The Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation Community The Kickapoo reservation Community The Sac and Fox Reservation Community The Iowa Reservation Community The Lawrence Community The Topeka Community The Kansas City Area Community The Wichita Community
    Haskell Indian Nations University
      US - Central
    Haskell Public Schools JOM & Title IX Programs
    Muscogee US - Central
    Haskell Public Schools JOM & Title IX Indian Education Program. Haskell, Oklahoma
    Heroes of Wounded Knee Creek
    Lakota US - Central
    by Bob Smith; an article about the Medals of Honor awarded to those who massacred the people at Wounded Knee in 1890.
    Highway Fatality GIS Database for Southwestern South Dakota
    Lakota US - Central
    This site shows sample analyses and results from a database of highway fatalities on and around the Pine Ridge Reservation. Counties included are: Shannon, Bennett, Jackson, Fall River, Custer, Pennington, Meade, and Lawrence. Data represent all fatal accidents in the South Dakota Department of Transportation records for these counties, 1983-2001. A large array of statistics were entered in the database for each accident, including date, time, location, weather, road condition, vehicle type, driver age, sex, and protective equipment worn, etc. Sample analyses have been conducted and results are presented at the site. The database was created by Dr. James Taulman, Instructor of Conservation Biology at Oglala Lakota College, along with students in 2 Research GIS courses. The database is available to any interested parties in an ArcView shapefile format.
    Ho-Chunk Casino
    Ho-Chunk US - Central
    Home of Bill Winneshiek
    Ho-Chunk US - Central
    HOMELAND
    Lakota US - Central
    The companion web site to the PBS documentary, HOMELAND, an emotionally compelling film that weaves a portrait of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation through the lives of a spiritual leader, a grandmother, a community activist and an artist over the course of three years. HOMELAND follows these Native Americans and their families as they face the harsh realities common to most American Indian reservations—alcoholism, extreme unemployment and scarce
    Huron Indian Cemetery
    Wyandot US - Central
    This is not a curse to be taken lightly. The battle to defend Huron Indian Cemetery from commercial development has been ongoing for the past 130 years. The Wyandot Nation of Kansas has always and will always defend the Huron Indian Cemetery from any threats and desecration. The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is dedicated to the PRESERVATION, RESTORATION and MAINTENANCE of the Huron Indian Cemetery in Kansas City Kansas.
    India City USA
      US - Central
    Anadarko Oklahoma - Take a mini tour of the seven replicas of Indian villages in the heart of Indian City USA. By sharing information passed down to them by ancestors, Indian guides make the villages come to life with details of their the customs and beliefs.
    Indian Health Board of Minneapolis
      US - Central
    Indian Health Board offers complete primary health care services to the Indian community of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. Medical Clinic: Primary medical care, minor emergencies and walk-ins, chemical dependency assessments. Dental Clinic: General Dentistry (children and adult), emergency treatment, specialist referrals.
    Indian Smallpox
      US - Central
    The devistation of smallpox on the Indians of the upper Missouri.
    Indian Summer Festival
      US - Central
    Annual Indian Summer Festival North America's largest cultural festival, past and present, with opportunities for artists, dancers from all of the americas.
    Indian Territory, Warm Springs
    Delaware US - Central
    Indian Usufructuary Rights in Ceded Territories
    Chippewa US - Central
    by Attorney Stephen P. Dresch. Analysis of Indian Treaty Rights and Private Property Rights and the Reach of State Regulation.
    Indian Ways
    Kiowa US - Central
    A site on mostly Kiowa and Comanche traditions and work. Pictures and explinations of beadwork, costumes, tribal traditions, music and bi-lingual children's stories (to be added soon)
    Indians Into Medicine
      US - Central
    The Indians Into Medicine Program (INMED), located at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, is an academic support program aiding American Indian students in their quest to serve the health care needs of native communities.
    Indigenous
    Lakota US - Central
    THE BEST NDN ROCK AND BLUES BAND IN THE WORLD!!!!
    Indigenous Policy Journal
      US - Central
    Indigenous Policy publishes articles, commentary, reviews, news, and announcements concerning Native American and international indigenous affairs, issues, events, nations. groups, and media.
    Indigenous Tourism Rights International
      US - Central
    Indigenous Tourism Rights International, formerly the Rethinking Tourism Project, is dedicated to collaborating with Indigenous communities and networks to help protect native territories, rights and cultures. Our mission is to facilitate the exchange of local experiences in order to understand, challenge and take control of the ways in which tourism affects our lives.
    Institute of American Indian Studies (U of South Dakota)
      US - Central
    Integrity Marketing
    Sioux US - Central
    Integrity Marketing provides Internet Marketing and Website Development services, consulting and training. Including, search engine optimization, pay-per-click, PR campaigns, software integration incoming link strategies and more.
    Intertribal Council On Utility Policy
    Sioux US - Central
    The Intertribal COUP is a nonprofit council of federally recognized Indian tribes in North and South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa, with affiliates throughout the northern Great Plains. Organized in 1994, it is chartered and headquartered on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation to provide a tribal forum for policy issues dealing with telecommunications and energy utility operations and services. Intertribal COUP strongly adheres to the principles of tribal self-determination and ecological sustainability, supporting the development of sustainable homeland economies built upon renewable energy resources.
    Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska
    Iowa US - Central
    The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska is located along the Missouri River on an approximately 2,100-acre reservation straddling the borders of northeast Kansas (Brown County) and southeast Nebraska (Richardson County). According to 1995 figures, the Tribe owns 947.63 acres in Kansas, and 181.01 acres are in tribal member allotments. In Nebraska the Tribe owns 280 acres and 210.06 acres are in tribal member allotments. The BIA indicated that were 1,618.7 acres of Iowa tribal lands in trust status in 1995.
    Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma
    Iowa US - Central
    The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is a small but progressive tribe that has strong leadership which will take them into the 21st century. They have been a leader in repatriation efforts across the United States and Europe. As a tribal government they do what's right for their people and their ancestors.
    Ioway Cultural Institute
    Ioway US - Central
    Baxoje, The Ioway Nation presents comprehensive information on the Iowa (or Ioway) tribe. It is developed as part of the Ioway Grassroots Project, which is made up of Ioway tribal members who have Internet access.
    Ioway Otoe-Missouria Language Website
    Ioway US - Central
    The last of the fluent Ioway, Otoe-Missouria Elders passed away in the winter of 1996. This website has been created as a knowledge resource for academic, cultural and language multi-materials.
    jackalope arts
    Omaha US - Central
    A non-tribal site originating from the Omaha Reservation (Nebraska). An eclectic mix of visual art, poetry and narrative essay representing a multiplicty of cultures of the United States. Hosts the Omaha Tribal History Research Projkect (OTHRP), the cultural authority for the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska and Iowa, Inc.
    Jackpot Junction Casino
    Sioux US - Central
    Lower Sioux Indian Community in Morton, MI
    John "Yafke" Timothy
    Muscogee US - Central
    "Inutska" second career release from Muscogee (Creek) flutist John "Yafke" Timothy.
    Johnson v. McIntosh (as decided by moot court of Indian law scholars)
      US - Central
    "We reject the doctrine of discovery as a sufficient predicate for the holding of the Supreme Court of the United States in this case, we agree that the law of nations justifies the true holding of that court and therefore affirm its judgment."
    Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy, 9 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 889 (2000)
    Judy's Heritage
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    Personal web page. Lists links to sites pertaining to White Earth reservation in Minnesota.
    Kaw Nation, Oklahoma
    Kaw US - Central
    KCKPL YS - Hand Game and Stick Game
      US - Central
    Activities through Kansas City, Kansas Public Library.
    kcnativecommunity
    Cherokee US - Central
    8th Annual Haskell Men's Indian Softball Tournament 1st Annual Haskell Women's Indian Softball Tournament
    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.
    Kevin Gover: Briefcase Warrior
    Cherokee US - Central
    "Kevin Gover is an Indian lawyer, a briefcase warrior. With that status comes responsibility and conflict. The responsibility is to protect Indian people and what little property they have left. The conflicts are many. I suspect that Kevin Gover, during his tenure with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, has fallen into some of the gaps between theory and practice."
    Kickapoo Tribe of Indians of the Kickapoo Reservation in Kansas
    Kickapoo US - Central
    As with most or all North American Indian Tribes, upon the arrival of the European settlers, the Kickapoo (Kiikaapoi) have endured centuries of opression from the United States government and their continuous efforts to assimilate the Indian people. Despite what many would label as a "nation conquered", the Kiikaapoi, along with hundreds of Indian tribes across North America, have survived and are continuing to preserve our cultures and ancestrial lifestyles to an adequate degree. Our survival objectives are aimed at preserving and enforcing our soveriegnty with the principle of self-determination, which assists us in providing our financial security in correlation with our tribally owned programs and businesses.
    Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma
    Kickapoo US - Central
    KINI FM Radio
    Sioux US - Central
    KINI FM Radio station in St. Francis, in the heart of the Rosebud Reservation. "The Voice of the Rosebud" Lots of Native Music as well as Country, also news, sports, weather and local announcements.
    Kiowa Indians, Texas Indians
    Kiowa US - Central
    With examples of historic clothing and beadwork.
    Klaudt Indian Memorial Foundation
    Arikara US - Central
    The Three Affilliated Tribes; Assist in scholarships funding in area of Gospel Music and programs for alcohol and drug abuse.
    Knife River Indian Villages - Teachers Guide
      US - Central
    The purpose of this Teacher's Guide is to provide history and social science teachers, at all grade levels, with information and activities about the American Indians of the Northern Plains, who lived in the area of the Knife River where it enters the Missouri. This area is now Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. - History, subsistance, housing, transportation, arts, crafts & clothing, games, illustrations and more.
    Lac Courte Oreilles
    Chippewa US - Central
    Lac Courte Oreilles Area and Tribal Information Source.
    Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Lac du Flambeau School
      US - Central
    Lakota Artist
    Lakota US - Central
    On this site you find items for sale hand crafted by an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota, the artist Robert Apple. His work is crafted using traditional and modern designs and techniques and always is from the heart.
    Lakota Empire
    Lakota US - Central
    Lakota owned Record Imprint, Original lakota Music, Lakota Music Promotion, Lakotawear: Lakota Clothing Lable, D.J. Tribal Touch.
    Lakota Wowapi Oti Kin
    Lakota US - Central
    A joint project by Martin Broken Leg at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD, and Raymond Bucko, S.J., at Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY.
    Lakotawear
    Lakota US - Central
    Lakota Owned Clothing Label. Limited Edition Style Research. Mitakuye Oyasin.
    LeatheRestoration Services
    Lakota US - Central
    Indigenous leather restoration and repsairs. We do work at museum quality. We also offer custom beadwork and mocassins.
    Leonard Peltier Defense Committee International Office
      US - Central
    The Leonard Peltier Defense Committee (LPDC) seeks the immediate release of Leonard Peltier. The LPDC is the center of communication between Leonard Peltier, his supporters, his family, the media, key government officials, and all other relevant individuals and groups.
    Leonard Peltier Statement of Facts
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Memorandum from the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee to members of the United States Congress
    Lewis and Clark Exhibit - Peabody Museum
      US - Central
    Painted Buffalo Robe - Mandan, Grizzly Bear Claw Ornaments, Calumet, Man's Shirt, Sinew-Backed Elk Antler Bow - Upper Missouri, Raven Bustle or "Crow belt", Woman's Side Fold Dresses, Otter Pouch, Whaling Chief's Hat - Makah or Nootka, Flexible Root-gathering Bag - Wasco-Wishram, Upper Missouri corn varieties.
    Linking Native Americans to Health Information
      US - Central
    This site is designed to serve as a gateway to a variety of health information resources of special interest to Native Americans especially those living in North Dakota and the Upper Midwest. It seeks to incorporate the best of existing Native health resources and government health information resources, especially those produced by the National Library of Medicine.
    Lisa LaRue and John Timothy
    Muscogee US - Central
    Site of Lisa LaRue (Cherokee) and John Timothy II(Muskokee)
    Little Big Horn College
      US - Central
    Little Feather Indian Interpretive Center
    Dakota US - Central
    This is the website for an actual Native American owned and run Center in Pipestone, Minnesota. The owner is the elected spokesperson for the Pipestone Dakota Tribal Community, and in these pages he brings up issues that people in Indian Country should know about, such as the false pipetone. This site promotes Native American cultural awareness.
    Little Priest Tribal College Homepage
      US - Central
    Littlecrow Trading Post
      US - Central
    All goods advertised for sale on this site are guaranteed to be authentic in styling and construction, as worn by Indians or seen at Indian pow-wows in Oklahoma on any weekend.
    Living History Farms
      US - Central
    Living History Farms in Urbandale, Iowa, tells the amazing story of how Iowans transformed the fertile prairies of the Midwest into the most productive farmland in the world. The 1700 Ioway Indian Village shows how Iowa's first farmers worked the rich black soil.
    Lone Wolf United Indian Tribal Assn.
    Cherokee US - Central
    The Lone Wolf United Indian Tribal Assn. is a non-federally recognized organization and is located in the State of Indiana. Membership consists mainly of Cherokee blood but also has people of Choctaw, Creek, Cree, Objiwa, Apache, Inuit, LaKota and Shawnee bloods, who have no Tribal connections in our area.
    Map of Missouri River Basin Tribes
      US - Central
    The numbered circles below correspond to the Tribes in the Missouri River Basin. Click the number for the name of the Tribe and go to its link on the Mni Sose website for information on the tribal chairman and delegate to the Mni Sose Coalition.
    Maria
    Sioux US - Central
    Maria Darlene "Running Moccasins" Pearson, twice nominee for the Noble Peace Prize and Indian Rights Activist, passed away at 8:20 p.m. on Saturday, May 24 at Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames, Iowa. A Yankton Sioux, Mrs. Pearson was born in Springfield, South Dakota on July12, 1932. She was a recognized tribal elder, a position of high regard and equally high responsibility among her people.
    MARTY Project
    Chippewa US - Central
    The MARTY Project (Multi-Agency Response for Tribal Youth) is a voluntary, early intervention program designed to assist Tribal Youths and their families in changing problematic behaviors which may put youths at-risk for involvement in the criminal justice system.
    mashkikinabinais
    Anishinabek US - Central
    Educational resource for educational research
    Matachinga (Blackdog)
      US - Central
    A personal site of family and friends photo album. In memory of a great Kaskaskia/Tamaroa ancestor, Matachinga (Blackdog) of the Illini Confederacy.
    Meskwaki Traditional Arts - Woven Bags
      US - Central
    Woven bags were produced by various finger-weaving techniques using various plant fibers (basswood, Indian Hemp (dogbane family), stinging nettle) and sometimes incorporating animal hair and beads. Early wool trade blankets were sometimes unraveled and the fibers respun to make woven bags.
    Messages from Chief Arvol Looking Horse
    Lakota US - Central
    Letters to the People from Chief Arvol Looking Horse, hosted by Manataka American Indian Council.
    Miami Tribe of Oklahoma
    Miami US - Central
    The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is the only Federally recognized Miami entity.
    Michigan Urban Indian Consortium
      US - Central
    Mid-America All-Indian Center Museum
      US - Central
    The Indian Center Museum, located at the Mid-America All-Indian Center, preserves and showcases the heritage of the Native American tribes of North America. Permanent and rotating exhibits of both traditional artifacts and contemporary art depict Native American cultures of both past and present. The exhibits provide insight into the culture and forces which were responsible for the survival, diversity, and unique achievements of our Native People.
    Mihsihkinaahkwa Pow Wow
    Miami US - Central
    Information Schedule Directions Traditional Dances 5K Fun Run Drums & Dancers Photographs WCHS Contact Indiana Miamis
    Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
      US - Central
    official liaison between state and tribal governments
    Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
      US - Central
    The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the holistic growth and development of American Indian women and their families. Founded in 1984, MIWRC provides a broad range of programs designed to educate and empower American Indian women and their families, and to inform and assist those who work providing services to the community.
    Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
      US - Central
    The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian is the only museum in the Chicago area that focuses exclusively on the art, history and culture of the Native peoples of North America.
    Mni Sose Intertribal Water Rights Coalition, Inc.
      US - Central
    assists Tribes in the protection of their rights to the use of Missouri River water, tributaries, and groundwater located on, near, and under their respective reservations
    Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    Mohican North Star Casino
    Mohican US - Central
    Mohican Nation Stockbridge-Munsee Band
    Monteau & Peebles, LLP
      US - Central
    a nationwide practice specializing in Federal Indian law, complex governmental negotiations, business transactions in Indian Country, administrative law and federal lobbying.
    Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Oklahoma
    Muscogee US - Central
    The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is a tribal government located in east central Oklahoma. The Creek Nation boundary includes eleven (11) Counties: Creek, Hughes (Tukvpvtce), Mayes, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Rogers, Seminole, Tulsa and Wagoner.
    MY Heritage My Faith
    Chippewa US - Central
    We are american Indian people seeking answers to spirituality when societal differences make it difficult to adept to Christian and/or American Indian religious beliefs.
    Mystic Lake Casino
    Dakota US - Central
    An Enterprise of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in Prior Lake, MN
    NAES College
      US - Central
    private Native-controlled college
    National Native Internet Communications, NNIC.COM
    Seneca US - Central
    NNIC.COM, National Native Internet Communications, is an Nonprofit American Indian Web Design & Development organization. Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we're dedicated to providing web services for Native organizations, businesses and tribes nationally.
    Native American Art by Red Earth Crow
    Cherokee US - Central
    Art Gallery of Native American Expressions. Works inspired by listening to the spirits and Mother Earth. Welcome all. RdErthCrow@aol.com
    Native American Community of Kansas City
    Dakota US - Central
    Our website provides the Native American Community with news, links, powwow listings, and lists organizations that provide services to Native people in Kansas City.
    Native American Heritage Museum
      US - Central
    At the Native American Heritage Museum in Highland, Kansas, is an award winning site! Honored with the American Association for State and Local History Certificate of Commendation in 1997, the museum offers an exciting experience. You'll discover stories about the people who were native to northeast Kansas, and learn more about those who lived in the area for a time.
    Native American Images
      US - Central
    An image gallery about Native American people, places and land. This award winning site contains links to exceptional Native American websites as well as photo images created by the author.
    Native American Indigenous Cinema & Arts
      US - Central
    NAICA is an interactive website and forum featuring exhibitions, gallery talks, and interviews with established as well as up-and-coming aboriginal filmmakers, performing artists, writers, and visual artists.
    Native American Institute - Michigan State University
      US - Central
    The mission of the Native American Institute (NAI) is to: Provide training, technical assistance, research, and educational assistance to Native American Tribes and organizations in Michigan. Serve Michigan officials and lawmakers by offering periodic information on policy alternatives regarding Indian issues. Promote and enhance the public's knowledge and awareness of Michigan Indian communities, initiatives, history, and culture.
    Native American Interbribal Council of TN
      US - Central
    Helping to keep traditions alive, through Educational programs, and Intertribal Pow Wows.
    Native American Jewelry direct from artists
    Dakota US - Central
    Redthunder Designs is an Indian owned business bring traditional native art and jewelry from the reservations of South Dakota and from Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
    Native American Languages Index
      US - Central
    Organization dedicated to American Indian language preservation provides online information about each language and the indigenous people who speak it. Orrin is from the Cherokee Nation, but the site covers many other langauges
    Native American Legends, Folk Tales, and Stories
      US - Central
    from Lady Pixel - Native American mythology is a very rich cultural history of its own. In the telling of tales, many things can be taught or learned. This is one of the ways that many tribes kept their cultures alive; it was not just a collection of stories, but of their beliefs, their ways, and their lives. Many legends are still told; some old, some new, but all are part of the beautiful culture that the indigenous peoples of North America have had and still have.
    Native American Shopping @ Buffalo Trails
    Lakota US - Central
    Our Native American Shopping Cart makes it easy to do all of your Native American shopping. Learn your Native American language with our tribal endorsed language programs or order Native American music, video and books. Listen to free music demos, read our free newsletter or send a free online musical greeting card.
    Native American Student Association - U of Michigan
      US - Central
    Native American Students Association
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    The Native American Student Association at Northern Michigan University (N.A.S.A.) is an award winning organization and is pleased to announce that the 13th annual "Learning to Walk Together" traditional powwow was a complete success. Visit us on the web @ nasa.nmu.edu
    Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    The Native American Studies major is an inter-disciplinary bachelor's degree granting program. It draws its courses from a number of departments and colleges across the University of Oklahoma campus. It allows students to explore a number of disciplinary approaches to the study of Native American tribes and their cultures--anthropological, historical, artistic, philosophical, and political.
    Native Energy
    Sioux US - Central
    NativeEnergy is a national marketer of renewable energy credits or "green tags," offering individuals and organizations a means to compensate for their global warming pollution, or to effectively power their homes and businesses with renewable energy. NativeEnergy’s patent-pending business process brings upfront payment to renewable projects for their future green tag output, enabling its customers to help finance the construction of new wind farms and other renewable energy projects, such as tribal wind projects and methane digesters on Pennsylvania family dairy farms, which directly reduce our reliance on fossil fuels to meet the nation’s electricity needs.
    Native Fields Contemporary Native American Artist
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Central
    A Family Web gallery of Contemporary Native American Art and Creative Endeavors
    Native Gangs
    Oneida US - Central
    This site is intended as a resource and base for gaining info into this youth phenomena. I intend to do consulting for tribes and communities interested. So the site will be in constant construction to make it better and more infromative.
    Native languages: Legacy and Lifeline
    Hidatsa US - Central
    The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, today jointly known as the Three Affiliated Tribes, are fighting to save their languages -- and culture -- from extinction.
    A special multimedia report, "Dying Tongues," by Patrick Springer in the Fargo Forum.
    Native News Online
    Wyandot US - Central
    Native News Online is a daily news feed for, by and about First Nations people in the continental Americas, including news of import of International indigenous peoples. It is a service of Barefoot Connections, Inc. a Michigan nonprofit corporation
    Native Shop
    Sioux US - Central
    We are a reservation-based community organization committed to serving Native American women and their families in Native American, women's, health, and environmental issues.
    Native Shop - Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
    Sioux US - Central
    Native Sisters Wichita, KS
      US - Central
    We are an Organization of Native Women who are supporting the social and economic growth of the Native American community at the Mid-American All Indian Center in Wichita KS the site lists Community events through the center and also has a Native graphics page.
    Native Software Development
    US - Central
    Free native software and programs to download and review. Free Software Downloads
    Native Village
      US - Central
    NATIVE VILLAGE Publications and website was created for youth, educators, families, and friends who wish to celebrate the rich, diverse cultures of The Americas's First Peoples. Each month this award-winning resource offers readers two publications: Native Village Youth and Education News, and Native Village Opportunities and Websites. Each issue summarizes today's happenings in Indian country and is written in an easy-to-read format. Native Village also houses additional resources and information to enrich all lives on Turtle Island. Please enjoy your visit; you are always welcome here!
    Native Voices Booking & Management
    Choctaw US - Central
    Based in Milwaukee, WI, Native Voices Booking & Management represents both Native American and non-Native musicians, performers and lecturers.
    native-law.com
      US - Central
    Law firm providing Native American governments and communities with superior but cost-effective legal services in matters of cultural and sovereign importance.
    NativeTours
    Chippewa US - Central
    As an American Indian owned and operated company, we offer a rare and unique insight into Native Nations. As members of the Native Nations we have made a commitment to honor our communities by working directly with the tribal governments, respected elders and community members to bring you the authentic American life as we live it.
    NCNOLT
    Cherokee US - Central
    Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory
    NDN PROMOTER
    Ho-Chunk US - Central
    An informative website to Pow Wows, Festivals, Concerts, News and Environmental links. Photos and Update News on Contemporary Native American talent. A unique and colorful home of NDN PROMOTER.
    neaseno.org
    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.
    Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition, Inc.
    Omaha US - Central
    We are a multi-service non-profit agency. The agency serves three Nebraska communites: Omaha, Lincoln, and Sioux City Iowa. Services include: primary health care, domestic violence intervention, inpatient/outpatient behavioral health, elderly programs, diabetes prevention/treatment, mid-wives, transportation, outreach/referral, drug education, and presumptive eligibility determinations.
    Ned Christie
    Cherokee US - Central
    Dedicated to the life of Ned Christie, Cherokee Warrior, patriot, senator, and hero (1852-1892) and assassinated by the U.S. marshals and bounty hunters after a 5 year war. He built a fort/home in his beloved Cherokee Nation, Wauhillau, and battled for his right to freedom in his land. The site also contains family genealogy, photos, links, and a family catalog page, plus much more.
    News From Indian Country
      US - Central
    a twice-monthly, independent, Indian-owned newspaper supplying national news, pow-wow dates, and information to all of Indian Country. Our news team goes from coast to coast, and city to reservation, to bring you the latest, most accurate stories about communities and their times.
    NOKOTA HORSE CONSERVANCY
    Lakota US - Central
    This site is about the wild horses in North Dakota that descended from the Plains Indian horses. The conservancy seeks to preserve the Native American type horse and offer opportunities to educate people about the horses and how they effected the culture of the Native Americans as well as reintroduce these horses and horsemanship to the people on the local reservation.
    North American Indian Removal Policy
    Cherokee US - Central
    Andrew Jackson Addresses Congress.
    Northern Plains Indian Law Center
      US - Central
    University of North Dakota Law School
    Oglala Commemoration
    Lakota US - Central
    Annual Event to Honor Our Warriors and to Bring Awareness to Leonard Peltier unjust incarceration
    Oglala Lakota College
    Lakota US - Central
    The Oglala Lakota College Board of Trustees stresses Lakota Culture and Tribal self-determination. The College prepares students to understand the larger society as well as the customs and beliefs of the Lakota people.
    Oglala Lakota College Archives
    Lakota US - Central
    At this time it is estimated that only 45% of the manuscript collections at Oglala Lakota College have been processed. The following is a preliminary inventory of processed collections as of 1995.
    Ojibwa Casinos
      US - Central
    Baraga, MI and Harvey, MI
    Ojibwe History
    Ojibwe US - Central
    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, Assiniboine, etc.).
    Omaha Tribe of Nebraska
    Omaha US - Central
    ONATAH
    Oneida US - Central
    Quill, Heishi, Turquoise Jewelry, Baskets: coil, pineneedle, horsehair, Quill and coil hair pieces.
    One White Nation
      US - Central
    This website is intended as a joke, spoof and exposee of ONE NATION, INC. http://www.onenationok.com In Oklahoma, hate and ignorance are driving a purported "fairness" agenda to attack 39 Native American Indian Tribes.
    Oneida Family
    Oneida US - Central
    A site offering geneaology services for descendants of the Oneida Tribe if NY, to those who want it done for them or who are looking for advice on whow to do their own.
    Oneida Nation Arts Program
    Oneida US - Central
    The Oneida Nation Arts Program is a tribal arts agency housed under the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin. ONAP is a not-for-profit arts agency with a mission to promote diverse artistic expressions within the community, reflecting our spirit and heritage for future generations.
    Online Language Dictionaries
      US - Central
    Over 230 different language dictionaries.
    Osage Tribal Museum
    Osage US - Central
    Inside the walls of this small building you will find over 100 pieces of the collection of John Bird, an early day Indian Trader, as well as many items made and used by the Osage Indians dating back to well before the establishment of the reservation in 1872.
    Osage Tribe, Oklahoma
    Osage US - Central
    Welcome to the Osage Nation Website. This site is full of wonderful pictoral venues that let you view the Osage Nation Reservation and Government. As a visitor, you will see the site expand and develop. This site is a way for the Nation to communicate to tribal members and the world about what is happening at the Osage Nation Reservation.
    Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians, Oklahoma
    Otoe-Missouria US - Central
    Thank you for visiting the official home page of the Otoe-Missouria Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. On this site, you will find important information about the Otoe-Missouria Indian Tribe in Red Rock, Oklahoma, which is the homeland of the Otoe-Missouria Tribe.
    Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    The Ottawa Tribe offers language classes, taught by Dr. Kevin Dawes. Other programs offered by the tribe are free meals for seniors and daycare assistance for tribal members. The tribe shares these programs with the Miami and Peoria tribes.
    Pat Duggins Consulting Services, Inc. ~ Aviation Maintenance,
    Cherokee US - Central
    A full-service aviation/airline consultation firm with extensive expertise in risk management, safety, training (including Maintenance Human Factors), legal discovery, and aircraft appraisal. Nationally known corporate and government clients. Native American owned.
    Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma
    Pawnee US - Central
    The Pawnee Business Council is the supreme governing body of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma. The Nasharo Council, also known as the "Chiefs Council" also consists of eight members, each serving four-year terms.
    Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    Petition for David Croud
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Mr. David Croud-a 29 year old member of the White Earth Reservation-was beaten to death by 8 members of the Duluth Police Department. Please sign our petition of protest--we plan on doing something about this terrible death at the hands of those who should serve, not hurt. Guy Gambill
    Pine Ridge Reservation Landcover Map
    Lakota US - Central
    This map was created in ArcView 8.0 from the USGS 30-m Landsat imagery classification (http://landcover.usgs.gov/natllandcover.asp). For further exploration of this map in ArcView please inquire at email above. For nominal disk and shipping cost, I can supply a CD containing the relevant landcover .tif and shapefiles.
    Pipestone 4th Annual Dakota Wacipi
    Dakota US - Central
    Located at the Spirit of Peace powwow grounds, Hiawatha Ave, Pipestone MN 56164 Hosted by the Original Pipestone Dakota Community
    Ponca Tribe of Nebraska
    Ponca US - Central
    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.
    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.
    Prairie Knights Casino
    Sioux US - Central
    Owned by Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
    Prehistoric Pottery
      US - Central
    Pottery was important to ancient Iowans and is an important type of artifact for the archaeologist. Ceramic pots are breakable but the small fragments, or sherds, are almost indestructible, even after hundreds of years in the ground. Pots were tools for cooking, serving, and storing food, and pottery was also an avenue of artistic expression.
    Quapaw Tribe of Indians, Oklahoma
    Quapaw US - Central
    The name "Quapaw" is a derivative of the tribal term Ugakhpa, meaning "down stream people." These people belong to the Dhegiha subdivision of the Sioux. It is believed that this group originally resided in the Ohio Valley.
    Red Bear & Shanalee's Homepage
    Lakota US - Central
    A family Homepage depicting Red Bear's unique museum quality reproduction artifacts, and the beadwork of his wife, Shanalee.
    Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota US - Central
    The mission of Red Cloud Indian School - Holy Rosary Mission, a Catholic Institution administered by the Jesuits and the Lakota People, is to develop and grow as a vibrant Church, through an education of the mind and spirit that promotes the values of the Lakota Culture.
    Red Earth, Inc.
      US - Central
    Red Earth, Inc. is an Oklahoma City-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote, preserve, and promulgate the rich traditions of American Indian History and Cultures.
    Red Lake Casino
    Chippewa US - Central
    Owned & Operated by the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Red Lake, MN
    Red Lake High School
      US - Central
    Over 300 students attend our high school, where they are involved in exciting projects such as Student Council, Art Club, Drama, Science Club, Welding Club, Media Club, holding class elections, learning Ojibwe cultural traditions from community elders, and taking classes at a local college, Bemdji State University.
    Red Lake Nation Foods Inc.
    Chippewa US - Central
    Red Lake Nation Foods is wholly owned and operated by the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Northern Minnesota. We sell wild rice, jams, jellies and syrups produced by the tribe.
    Red Man's Diaries: Words of a Warrior...
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Ojibwe Poet & playwright Niizh Makwa releases 'Red Man's Diaries', a collection of poems composed in his younger years of life on the Turtle Mountain Ojibwe Reservation in North Dakota.
    RedNation of the Cherokee, Inc.
    Cherokee US - Central
    RedNation of the Cherokee, is an independent, intertribal, international Nation comprised of not just Cherokee alone, but walk the path of the 500 Nations, and have welcomed all 500 Nations people to join with us in this sacred hoop of unification.
    Rick Braveheart Designs
    Iroquois US - Central
    Graphic design and web site design studios: Rick Braveheart Designs. Beauty, wonder, energy and spirit in all we create. Native American owned.
    Robyn Henry, Native American Storyteller
    Chippewa US - Central
    Robyn Henry is a traditional Native American Storyteller. She shares traditional legends, tribal histories and family stories.
    Rocks and Minerals
      US - Central
    Rocks are one of the main sources of information for geologists. By comparing rocks and minerals and their locations, geologists can estimate approximately how old the rocks and minerals are. They can tell if a rock was formed on dry land, on an ocean floor, or deep inside the earth. Other people besides geologists have found rocks and minerals useful. The Indians used native stone to make tools, weapons, and pottery. Early settlers constructed buildings, bridges, and fences out of limestone and sandstone. Indians and settlers used natural caves for protection and rock outcrops for lookouts; and they carved pictures, called petroglyphs, in the rock walls.
    Rosebud Sioux Tribe Travel
    Sioux US - Central
    A South Dakota travel information site
    S.D.Wichapi Star Home
      US - Central
    Sicangu Lakota from the Rosebud Reservation.
    Sac & Fox Nation, Oklahoma
    Sac US - Central
    The Sac and Fox culture is based upon respect for the life within themselves, their families, their communities, and all of creation. The Creator gave this way of life to the Sac and Fox people.
    Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa
    Sac US - Central
    Sacred Bear Butte Threatened
    Sioux US - Central
    By Charmaine White Face. Bear Butte, the mountain proper, is currently a National Historic Landmark managed by the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Department. Although a few parcels of adjacent land has been purchased by some Native American nations, the rest of the surrounding area is ranchland, or is being sold to developers.
    Sacred Nation.com
    Cherokee US - Central
    Official site of Native American Music Award-winning recording artist Michael Jacobs (Unetlanvhi Ujeli Dekanogisgo) and his music. Michael Jacobs is a thought-provoking Cherokee songwriter - a painter with words and music. He has a distinctive voice and his skills as a guitarist are impressive. His music is a fusion of contemporary and traditional sounds, and the colors and textures are the joys, heartaches, hopes and dreams particular to Native America, but also common to every human being.
    Santee Community School
    Santee US - Central
    Santee Community School is located on a small Indian reservation in Northeast Nebraska. Our site is unique in that if offers the history of the Santee Sioux and the Dakota Indian culture. It is both informative and aesthetically appealin
    Santee Sioux Tribe of the Santee Reservation of Nebraska
    Sioux US - Central
    Welcome to The Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska Home Page. Let us take you on a minitour of the Santee Sioux Indian Reservation.
    Savage art
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    jeff savage is an award winning artist from the fond du lac indian reservation in nothern minnesota you may view his art work at the santa fe indian market or on his web site
    Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
    Seminole US - Central
    The Seminoles are a very proud people, devoted to their heritage and traditions. They believe strongly in their culture, which is displayed in many ways, including Stomp Dances Art, Storytelling, Music, and the devotion to their loved ones who pass on.
    Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma
    Seneca US - Central
    Sinte Gleska University
    Lakota US - Central
    Sioux Pottery
    Lakota US - Central
    Native American Lakota Made Pottery. Since 1958
    Sioux YMCA
    Lakota US - Central
    Established by Lakota men in 1879 and a member of the national organization,YMCA of the USA, The Sioux YMCA serves children and families on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota. We will also launch our Arts & Crafts Project website in 2006. Wopila, for your consideration of our site(s).
    Sisseton Wahpeton Community College
    Sioux US - Central
    Snag-a-Skin.com
    Ho-Chunk US - Central
    suggested subject: Native owned business Snag-a-Skin....for the people The internet meeting place for Native American Singles. I have submited our site twice before, is there a reason you won't add it to your resources?
    Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
    Chippewa US - Central
    Mount Pleasant, MI
    Soft Sole Plains Moccasins through Historic Crafts & Skills
      US - Central
    Make a type of side-seam shoe worn by native Americans and travelers on Missouri 's frontier.
    Southern Thunder Singers
      US - Central
    Contact and related info for Native American powwow drum group from Oklahoma.
    Southern Ute Indian Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado
    Ute US - Central
    Spirit Lake Consulting, Inc.
    Dakota US - Central
    With headquarters on the Spirit Lake Nation, Spirit Lake Consulting, Inc. provides computer-based training FREE or at very low cost for tribal members with disabilities and those who work with them. SLC also provides FREE training for employees, managers and small business owners in tribal communities, through funding from the USDA .
    St. Croix Casino
    Chippewa US - Central
    St. Croix Chippewa of Wisconsin, in Turtle Lake, WI.
    Standing Deer Presente! The Web Site of Standing Deer
    Oneida US - Central
    Dedicated to Standing Deer's Oklahoma family, the Wilsons, Bill, Susan, his baby girl, Vicki and grandchildren, Misti, Wendy, Emili, Meagan, Justin and sweet Judy, friend to all.
    Edited by Standing Deer, Bonnie Kerness & Anna Standing Deer.
    Standing Deer Wilson has crossed over
    Oneida US - Central
    On Monday morning, January 21, 2003, Robert Standing Deer was murdered in Houston, Texas.
    Stitchin' Scotsman
      US - Central
    Custom handsewn leather goods....Specializing in the American Fur-Trade Era - We are dedicated to quality craftsmanship of authentic period leather clothing and moccasins up to the 1850's. Everything is hand crafted and customized to your order. CINCINNATI, IOWA
    Stories Along The Trail of Tears
    Cherokee US - Central
    The Cherokee Rose - Symbol of pain and suffering along the "Trail Where They Cried." | "Princess Otahki" - A young Cherokee maiden who died along the "Trail of Tears" in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. | "Priscilla" - The story of a young Cherokee slave girl who loved hollyhocks and how she found a home in Southern Illinois, along the "Trail of Tears." | "Andrew Jackson was my Great-grandfather" - The story of a young college student who had to give something back to the Cherokee people ." | "Jenny" - A letter from a Cherokee girl to a dear friend about the impending forced removal from her Cherokee homeland." |
    Structure Wise LLC - Procurement Solutions
    Chippewa US - Central
    Native American Business focused on information technology equipment and supplies
    Sweetness' Wickiup: Native Genealogy
    Kickapoo US - Central
    How-to sites, where to locate records, Tribal/Nations contact listing. The 1900 Census for the Mexican Kickapoo Mission Oklahoma. And the 1910 Indian Population Census Pottawatomie Co., Avoca Twsp. Oklahoma. Pensoneau, (Shawnee/Kickapoo) & Bolster (Kickapoo/Assiniboine) family trees.
    T & T Travel, Inc.
    Ojibwe US - Central
    T & T Travel, Inc. is a native owned and operated Travel Agency. We work with Tribal Nations and Individuals.
    Takini School
      US - Central
    Woonspe Okolakiciye A learning place for the success of all
    The Cheyenne River Youth Project
    Lakota US - Central
    Youth Center on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. Daily operation of the youth center, plus special events and programming.
    the circle
      US - Central
    The Circle is dedicated to presenting reports from a Native perspective to its readers, while granting an equal opportunity to community voices.
    The Drug War Comes to the Rez
    Lakota US - Central
    "When Alex White Plume planted a field full of industrial-grade hemp, he hoped that his crop might lift his family and community out of poverty. Then the DEA came to Pine Ridge."
    by Leora Broydo, Mother Jones magazine, Feb. 13, 2001
    The Indigenous Worldview as a Prerequisite for Effective Civic Learning in Higher Education
    Lakota US - Central
    Until the dominant culture fundamentally investigates and modifies its essential worldview with one more in harmony with that of traditional indigenous tribes, such as those of America’s first nation peoples, moral education and effective civic engagement will remain another failed effort at “school renewal.”
    by Don Trent Jacobs, Ph.D., Ed.D., Dean of Education at Oglala Lakota College
    The Lakota Fund
    Lakota US - Central
    The Lakota Fund is a private nonprofit community development financial institution for the Lakota people of the Oglala Lakota Nation in southwestern South Dakota. The fund operates out of the village of Kyle, SD which is located in the geographic center of the reservation.
    The Native Blog
    Potawatomi US - Central
    The Blog of Potawatomi Author Larry Mitchell
    The Neshnabe Institute for Cultural Studies
    Anishinabek US - Central
    The Neshnabe Institute for Cultural Studies (NICS) is dedicated to the preservation of Neshnabek Languages and Cultures. Cultural teachings and Potawatomi language lessons, including sound files, are currently posted.
    The Official Bill Miller Website
    Mohican US - Central
    A Mohican Indian from northern Wisconsin, Bill Miller has long been one of the most admired figures in the Native American music arena and beyond. As an award-winning recording artist, performer, songwriter, activist, and painter, he's been a voice for the voiceless, a link between two great, and clashing, civilizations.
    The Raynesford Papers: Notes- The Smoky Hill River & Fremont's Indian Village
      US - Central
    From prehistoric times, the watershed of this nearly 600 mile long river that the Indians considered extended from its source in Colorado to where it emptied in the Missouri River contained the finest country--nearly 58,000 square miles of it--in all the great plains east of the Rocky Mountains, and it was a main source of supply for all tribes of Plains Indians, all of which made regular trips into this hunting paradise for their annual needs. And though every tribe claimed it as their own, none could make good their claim, and as a consequence many fierce battles were fought within its confines between the various tribes of Indians long before, as well as after, the white man appeared on the scene.
    The Seminole Nation, I.T.
    Seminole US - Central
    History and genealogy pertaining to the Seminole Nation in Indian Territory~
    The Storyteller
      US - Central
    The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio program of true stories from First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. The Storyteller can be heard in more than 200 Native communities on First Nations radio networks in Canada, including NCI, CFWE and MBC. It's also heard in the US in Alaska, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Arizona, and New Mexico.
    The Website of Joey Summers
    Oneida US - Central
    We of the Summers family perform many styles of intertribal pow-wow dancing such as the Southern Oklahoma fancy dance, The Southwest hoop-dance, plains grass dance and Fancy Prairie chicken dance, Crow Style dance, Ojibwa Jingle Dress dance, Iroquois "Smoke Dance", as well as many different styles of singing with the use of the drum.
    ThePreciseWord.org
    Blackfeet US - Central
    A Native American Owned Professional Writing Service
    Tiospa Zina Tribal School
    Dakota US - Central
    Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    Transform Columbus Day Alliance
      US - Central
    This alliance opposes Columbus Day, Columbus celebrations and the Columbus legacy. Noting that the Columbus Day holiday began in Colorado in 1905, this alliance acknowledges its unique responsibility to confront the Columbus holiday and Columbus celebrations, in Denver, and in Colorado.
    Traverse Bay Casino Resorts
    Chippewa US - Central
    Owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, the Leelanau Sands Casino in Suttons Bay, MI, and the Turtle Creek Casino in Williamsburg, MI.
    Tribal Code Services, Inc.
      US - Central
    Tribal Code Services, Inc. is a legal codification company that works with tribal governments and lawyers to develop and maintain their legal codes. We provide compilation research and drafting services with the goals of preserving sovereignty and protecting resources.
    Tribal Environmental Law Project
      US - Central
    University of North Dakota Law School
    Tribal Fires
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    Traditional & Contemporary Native Arts & Crafts. This website is dedicated to Native Artists and Writers and to Anishinabe Cultural Preservation in Arts, Language and Living.
    Tribal Fires: Traditional & Contemporary Native American Art
    Ojibwe US - Central
    This website is dedicated to Native Artists and Writers. Also, dedicated to Anishinabe Cultural Preservation in Arts, Language and Living.
    Tribal Law and Government Center
      US - Central
    Program at the University of Kansas, founded to prepare a new generation of advocates, particularly American Indians and other Indigenous peoples, for careers representing Indian nations and peoples, and to provide a forum for research and scholarship regarding tribal legal and governance issues.
    Tsalagildy's Home Page
    Cherokee US - Central
    This site is dedicated to Our Ancestors who were here before us, who left us the "Way" , Our Spirituality, language, Culture, and all we have due to their great sacrifices.
    United Indian Cultural Group; Inc.
      US - Central
    We are a non-profit organization to assist incarcerated Native Americans with the continuation of their spiritiual practices while incarcerated with hopes of expanding to community support once inmates are released.
    United Tribes for Christ Fellowship
      US - Central
    A 26 year old organization made up of many tribal members to minister to anyone in need of help and to present a positive lifestyle to the youth in the form of annual rock christian concerts.
    United Tribes Technical College
      US - Central
    University of Minnesota Women of Color
      US - Central
    Website of UWOC --University Women of Color --a group for staff, faculty and student women of color and their friends.
    University of North Dakota Native American Programs
      US - Central
    The Native American Programs assists the University of North Dakota in developing the talents of the largest ethnic minority in the state, American Indians. This site serves link several of the over 25 American Indian Related Programs located on the university campus.
    Unofficial Dr. John R. Williams Memorial Website
    Lakota US - Central
    Dedication page to deceased lakota, educated, korean conflict veteran.
    Usana Health Science - Independent Associate
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Rated #1 multi vitamins out of 1,000 tested from the Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements. Reset your health...help combat degenatrive diseases (Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Respiratory Disease, etc.).
    Use of Geologic Materials by Prehistoric Cultures
      US - Central
    Native Americans have lived in Iowa for more than 11,000 years. Until about 2,500 years ago, small bands lived by hunting game and gathering wild plants. These people, referred to as Archaic cultures, relied on stone, bone, shell, and wood for tools, and they made containers, rope, and clothing from vegetation and animal hide. Some Archaic groups built hide or mat-covered huts with floors dug into the earth. About 2,500 years ago, Native Americans (Woodland cultures) began cultivating native plants in the rich soil along Iowa's streams to supplement their hunting and gathering. They also began to make pottery from local clays, and soon afterward they established trade networks for exotic items such as marine shell, obsidian (volcanic glass), copper, and mica. The following pages show some of these imports as well as local geologic materials used by Native Americans.
    UWEC Geog188 Vogeler - Indians and Fur Trading
      US - Central
    European explorers, traders, and later settlers Europeanized North America--remade it in the image of Europe. This Thomas Hart Benton mural in the Missouri state capitol in Jefferson City, captures the essence of this process: fur trading between the white and Indian populations with approaching settlers in the background.
    Vigo County Historical Society
      US - Central
    Photographs of Our Collection -- Native American Dolls, potery, corn necklaces, moccasins, and many other items.
    Walking Shield American Indian Society
    Lakota US - Central
    The mission of the Walking Shield American Indian Society is to provide educational and humanitarian support to American Indians in need, living throughout the United States. Assists students by providing educational materials.
    Walt Bresette, 1948 - 1999
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    "He was like the north star," a friend says, " He held up the sky over northern Wisconsin and the people followed him."
    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."
    Waswagoning
    Ojibwe US - Central
    Waswagoning is a recreated Ojibwe Indian Village located in northern Wisconsin. We give tours of our village to school groups and tourists during the summer season. We show and explain the daily life of the Ojibwe Indians before European contact, through the four seasons.
    White Earth Land Recovery Project
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    The White Earth Land Recovery Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to recover the original land base of the White Earth Reservation while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage. We also have an on-line store with mostly traditional food.
    White Earth Land Recovery Project
    Anishinabek US - Central
    Our mission is to facilitate recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation, while preserving and restoring traditional practices of land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage. The website includes collected essays by founding director Winona LaDuke, and an online catalog for Native Harvest: Anishinaabe-harvested food and art market.
    White Feathers Place
    Lakota US - Central
    This site has information regarding my culture and preserving Mother Earth. There are many links to other Native American Personal Pages, and many links to Native Organizations.
    whitebearrugco
      US - Central
    largest selections of Navajo rugs, baskets, pottery, ganado and antique navajo blankets woven by Navajo Native Americans pre-dating to 1940.
    Wichita and Affiliated Tribes (Wichita, Keechi, Waco & Tawakonie), Oklahoma
    Wichita US - Central
    Wickiups, Indian houses
      US - Central
    Phots of youth's building a wickiup frame at an event sponsored by the South Texas Archeology Association.
    Wind Spirit Indian Craft Supply
      US - Central
    We are an individually owned arts, crafts, and supply store in the Arkansas/Oklahoma area. We are based in our home and work strictly through sales there, through our catalog, on the internet, and through travels on the powwow circuit. We carry almost any kind of supply imaginable for those who wish to make their own crafts, and usually can find any of those supplies that we don't carry, through our distributors. We are just 11 mi. from downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas, and approximately 1 1/4 hrs. from the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
    Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
    Winnebago US - Central
    The Winnebago Tribal homelands are located in the northeast corner of Nebraska, overlapping into a small portion of western Iowa. The area is comprised of the Winnebago Tribal Reservation and adjacent county totaling square miles. in Thurston County, Nebraska. Winnebago, Nebraska is the location of the headquarters for the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
    Wisconsin Judicare's Indian Law Office
      US - Central
    Wisconsin Judicare is a non-profit law firm which provides free legal services, in civil matters, to low income persons in northern Wisconsin. The Indian Law Office handles issues involving Indian and Tribal law.
    Without Reservation
      US - Central
    Discover Native North Americans following Christ Without Reservation. Aboriginal people sharing stories of faith and culture from a First Nations perspective.
    Wolakota Foundation
    Lakota US - Central
    Wolakota Foundation is a grassroots non-profit organization emerging from the needs of traditional Lakota (Dakota/Nakota) people to maintain their cultural and spiritual lifeways for the sake of future generations. It is the outgrowth of the annual World Peace and Prayer Day celebrations begun in 1996 by Chief Arvol Looking Horse.
    Woolaroc Museum & Nature Preserve
      US - Central
    Offers nature trails, a petting zoo, Native American heritage center.
    Wounded Knee Museum
      US - Central
    Learn the unforgettable story of the Wounded Knee Massacre. Experience the narrative museum through vivid graphics, numerous photographs and shocking firsthand accounts.
    www.little-eagle.com
    Choctaw US - Central
    Ralph Williston, author of 4 chidren's book of Native American Stories.
    Wyandot Nation of Kansas
    Wyandot US - Central
    Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma
    Wyandot US - Central
    The Wyandotte Nation is a Federally Recognized U.S.Indian Tribe and member of the Wendat Confederacy The Wendat Confederacy was reaffirmed on August 27, 1999 in Midland Ontario by the leaders of the Wyandotte Nation Oklahoma, Wyandot Nation of Kansas, Wyandotte Band of Anderdon and the Huron Wendat of Wendake.
    Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo of Texas
    Pueblo US - Central
    The Ysleta del Sur Pueblo (“the Pueblo”) is a federally recognized U.S. American Indian tribe located in West Texas and within El Paso County. The Pueblo is one of three tribes located in Texas and the only Pueblo located in the state.
    Zibiodey River Heart Metis
    Metis US - Central
    The Zibiodey people are working to form a better Cultural atmosphere for Native american Indian people residing in Indiana and elsewhere."We are growing".




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