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    ABC, Incorporated
    Navajo US - Southwest
    100% Navajo-owned Management Consulting Firm. Offering Business and Organizational Development, Economic Development Planning, Marketing, Grantsmanship, Quality Management, Tourism Development, and Professional Development Training.
    Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program exists to create a bridge of hope between Native Americans and other cultures. It allows us to reach out to one another, share our gifts, and mend the broken circle of our relationship with the Land and the Native Americans who hold it in sacred trust.
    Agave Galleria
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Agave Galleria mission is to inspire future traditional legacies by providing an array of hand-made gifts from around the world. Our goal is to provide information that will foster an awareness of the importance of family traditions. We are honored to be an authorized retailer of (Navajo) Lawrence Vargas and Sons Art, Bill & Traci Rabbit Art (Cherokee)and the art of Amado Pena (Yaqui).
    Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to the home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the historic Palm Springs-based tribe with more than 400 members and a community base that includes families, businesses and civic organizations. As a Sovereign Tribal Government, the Tribe stewards more than 31,500 acres of ancestral land which includes cities, county and protected Bighorn sheep habitat.
    Ah-Mut Pipa Foundation
    Quechua US - Southwest
    The mission of the Ah-Mut Pipa Foundation is to educate the Quechan community, the Tribes of California, and the general public, in order to increase understanding of Native American ethnohistory, culture, and art. The Foundation will maintain facilities for research, publication, instruction, performance art, film and television production. It is the intention of the Foundation to promote the history and culture of Native California through the voices of the people themselves; sharing Native American methods of storytelling and research that will enrich the lives of all people.
    AIM Motivational Seminars
      US - Southwest
    Serves Native American organizations and communities with seminars, workshops, retreats, and special training programs for Native American youth and adults, presented by Native American facilitators.
    AIM Seminars
    Navajo US - Southwest
    AIM (Attitude, Insight, Motivation) Motivational Seminars provides trainings through the use of seminars, retreats, workshops, and conferences for adults and youth that are tailored to the specific needs of each Native American Indian Organization.
    Ak Chin Indian Community of the Maricopa Indian Reservation, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    The Ak-Chin Indian Reservation is a 21,840-acre tract of fertile desert land lying in northwest Pinal County, approximately 30 miles south of the Phoenix metro area. It is situated in the Sonoran Desert in the Santa Cruz Valley of south central Arizona and consists of Pima and Tohono O’odham Tribal members.
    Alcatraz is Not An Island
      US - Southwest
    Visit the website and discover how a group of Indian activists fought to take over Alcatraz Island. Get an overview of the historic events that propelled Native solidarity. Use an Indian activism timeline to explore the important civil and human rights victories that followed the island takeover.
    All Indian Pueblo Council - New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    In September 1991, with the assistance of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VI, the nineteen Pueblos created the Pueblo Office of Environmental Protection (POEP) within the All Indian Pueblo Council (AIPC) to coordinate waste management and environmental activities. The superfund Memorandum of Agreement was signed in 1991 between the EPA and the AIPC establishing the POEP to act as an information clearing-house and to provide technical support to the pueblos.
    Alltribes Turquoise Jewelry
      US - Southwest
    Alltribes sells jewelry, pottery, kachina dolls, baskets, and more from the Navajo, Hopi and Zuni nations.
    American Ancestors
    Navajo US - Southwest
    I am full blooded Navajo and offer a research service for all tribes to help people gain tribal enrollment. I have access to records of every single tribe. My researchers are very successful. I do US Tribes and Metis.
    American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico is a non-profit organization that helps foster and promote the development of American Indian economic self- sufficiency and growth throughout New Mexico and the United States. We continue to be “a unified voice for the Native American business community.”
    American Indian College
      US - Southwest
    American Indian College is a Christian college committed to training Native American students for leadership in their home communities and in the Native American community at large.
    American Indian Film Institute
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) is a non-profit media arts center founded in 1979 to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary Native Americans. American Indians have had an uneasy relationship with the media industry since the origins of film over 100 years ago.
    American Indian Graduate Center
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Graduate Center(AIGC)was founded to help open the doors to graduate education for American Indians and to help tribes obtain the educated Indian professionals they need to become more self-sufficient and to exercise their rights to self-determination.
    American Indian Health Council
      US - Southwest
    The mission of the Native American Program is to improve the overall quality of life and health for both urban and reservation Indian communities throughout Arizona by increasing the primary care resources for Native Americans. This mission will be accomplished through a unique approach specifically developed for the Native American Program that includes Advocacy, Coalition building, Education, and Support (ACES).
    American Indian Studies Program
      US - Southwest
    American Indian Studies Program at Arizona State Univeristy
    American Indians Into Psychology
      US - Southwest
    The American Indians Into Psychology program at Oklahoma State University is an IHS-funded program that offers training opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate (doctoral) levels for Native students interested in pursuing careers in psychology. The program provides undergraduate funding opportunities, funded summer institutes for junior-senior level college students, and graduate scholarships for Ph.D. level students.
    Amerind Foundation Museum and Archaeological Research Facility
      US - Southwest
    The Amerind Foundation, Inc. is a private, nonprofit archaeological research facility and museum devoted to the study and interpretation of Native American cultures. Amerind is located in Southeastern Arizona in the beautiful Dragoon Mountains.
    Ancestral Puebloans of the Southwest
      US - Southwest
    Anasazi, Mogollon, and Hohokam Indians settled in the Southwest between three hundred B.C. and one hundred A.D. The Pueblo Indians of today are the direct decedents of these Indian Cultures that raised corn, irrigated fields, and built massive stone structures in Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde hundreds of years before the first Europeans saw North America.
    Ancient Gourd Music of Xavier Quijas Yxayotl
    Aztec (Nahua) US - Southwest
    Ancient gourd music Artist and Instrument maker from gourds. Xavier has four CD's out with most recent called Pearl Moon on Drumbeat Indian Arts in Phoenix, Az.(800/895-4859) records. Xavier also has a CD with Robert Tree Cody called Crossroads on Canyon records.
    Ancient Pathways, LLC - Flagstaff, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    Ancient Pathways LLC offers experientially-based courses in Outdoor Survival and Primitive Technology. Our programs are designed for those seeking to develop proficiency in both primitive and modern wilderness skills.
    Ancient Storytellers
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Native-Owned Organization that is committed to educating visitors about Northern New Mexico and the history of the Pueblo People. Offering pueblo tours and cultural events.
    Annual Miss Indian Teen World National Scholarship Pageant 2005
    Navajo US - Southwest
    National Wide Native American Youth Leadership Pageant * Annual Miss Indian Teen World National Pageant 2005 Dates: Salt Lake City, Utah October 20,21,22,2005 American Indian Girls ages 13-18 years old * Female * Amercian Indian Heritage, Alaska Indain Natives, Federalyy Recognized Tribes, Sates/ Single and never married, never given birth to a child, for more information view our web site.
    Antelope Valley Indian Museum
      US - Southwest
    The Antelope Valley Indian Museum stands against towering rock formations in the Mojave Desert. The large boulders become a portion of its interior while timbers from Joshua trees cover supports for its roof. This folk art structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors will find the history of the Museum and the collections it houses both colorful and varied. Includes online database of museum collections.
    Anthropology & Archaeology Resources of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Arborfox.com
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Best of the Great Southwest-Authentic Handcrafted Native American Indian Jewelry, Arts and Crafts. Free shipping within the 48 Contiguous United States.
    Arizona Indian Living Treasures Awards
      US - Southwest
    The goal of Arizona Indian Living Treasures Awards, Inc. is to recognize and to honor the lifetime achievements of senior Arizona American Indian artists. AILTA strives to educate both American Indian and non-Indian communities about the value and the need for continual awareness of these diverse and unique cultures as expressed through the visual and performing arts.
    Arizona Native American Republican Committee
      US - Southwest
    Provides fair and accurate information to tribal and urban communities regarding the Republican agenda and canidaties. Also provides information to our elected officals regarding Native American issues, culture and soverignity.
    Arizona Native Scene
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Privately Indian-owned monthly Arizona Native Scene covers central Arizona news and sports. It is circulated to five Indian Nations, Salt River, Gila River, Fort McDowell, Tonto Apache, including parts of the Navajo Nation. It has been in operation for 10 years in Arizona. Call 602-448-0260 for more information or visit our website: www.arizonana
    Arizona State Museum Collections
      US - Southwest
    The Museum's focus is on the study of Southwestern Indian cultures. The collections include prehistoric, historic and modern artifacts, photographs, archives, and sound recordings. Included are some 25,000 ethnographic objects, 150,000 artifacts from archaeological excavations, an archives with 1300 linear feet of documents, and 175,000 historic and contemporary photographic images.
    ArizonaNativeNet
      US - Southwest
    ArizonaNativeNet is a virtual university outreach and distance learning telecommunications center devoted to the higher educational needs of Native Nations in Arizona, the United States and the world.
    Art Legends
      US - Southwest
    Art Legends offers the work of artists from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, Acoma, Santa Clara, Jemez, Santo Domingo and Inuit peoples.
    Art Museums of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    A comprehensive database of New Mexico's Museums, Parks, and Monuments. Photos, major collections and up-to-date calendars are all available at this site.
    Artistic Heritage of Clay
      US - Southwest
    A unit from a high school ceramics course with a studio emphasis was enriched with content from art history, art criticism, and aesthetics. This four-week unit, entitled The Artistic Heritage of Clay: Survival and Revival of Traditions, demonstrates how elective studio courses might be enhanced with the discipline-based approach. In four sections, the unit moves from a general historical investigation of ceramic objects, to study of the pottery of ancient Americans, the Mimbres culture of the Southwestern United States, to a specific focus on the work of María Martinez, the celebrated Native American potter of San Ildefonso Pueblo. The fourth section engages students in the creation of clay vessels using methods similar to those of the artist.
    Ataloa Lodge Museum
      US - Southwest
    Ataloa Lodge Museum is American Indian founded, maintained, and operated. Small museum huge collection, over 20,000 items of American Indian culture. Located on the historic campus of Bacone College,Muskogee,Oklahoma
    Atlatl, Inc.
      US - Southwest
    Atlatl, Inc., promotes the vitality of contemporary Native American art through self determination in cultural expression.
    Atmospheric Tests in Native American Domains
    Mohave US - Southwest
    This page describes in words and images the terrible cost of the atmospheric testing of atomic bombs in the Pacific and the Nevada desert to humans (both Native and non-Native Americans) and to the natural environment.
    Aztlan Underground
      US - Southwest
    This Chicano bands speaks the words, rage, and love felt from all mother earth's people. Their urban-indigena realities flow above hip-hop/rock/tribal beats...for self-determination and "in defense of the earth and the sun."
    Badwinds.com
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Badwinds Studios - Creating original work portraying modern Native American aesthetics in various art forms. Works in fine art, graphic design, web design, and illustration.
    Bar -N Website
    Navajo US - Southwest
    BAR -N is the fastest rising group in the Four Corners region providing top quality Entertainment. Over the years and the band has honed its musical skills playing original music and tribute-like performances of some of today's and Yesterday's most popular country bands. The band's line up includes CPR recording Artist 2 time NAMMY nominee Larry Emerson (Lead Guitar/Vocals) Carl Johnson (Steel Guitar) Terry Harvey (Drums) Bernie Rogers (Fiddle/Lead Guitar) Jonathan Tso (Bass Guitar) Bar N is proud to be "Navajo Nations Own".
    Barona Casino
    Barona US - Southwest
    Lakeside, CA
    Bartlesville Books and More
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    History books about Bartlesville Oklahoma; Native America.
    Bear Canyon Galleries, Inc.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Bear Canyon Galleries, Inc. is an online, southwest Native American gallery featuring contemporary and traditional Indian art. GCG represents and promotes outstanding artists who live or work in the major southwest.
    Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Wiyot territory starts at Little River and continues down the coast to Bear River, then inland to the first set of mountains. Towns that are within the traditional Wiyot territory are McKinleyville, Blue Lake, Arcata, Eureka, Kneeland, Loleta, Fortuna, Ferndale, and Rohnerville. Rivers within this territory are Mad River (Batwat), Elk River, Eel River and the Van Duzen River.
    Bedre Chocolates
    Chickasaw US - Southwest
    Bedre Chocolates is a business owned by the Chickasaw Nation headquartered in Ada, OK. Bedre Chocolates manufactures, wholesales and retails gourmet quality chocolate products. 800-367-5390
    Ben Gorman Homepage - Navajo Silversmith
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A Navajo Indian living on the Navajo Reservation in Chinle, Arizona. A silversmith (jeweler) and a graphic designer / illustrator specializing in contemporary Native American design. Topics: About Navajo People, About Navajo Silversmithing, Scenic Places, Contact
    Beta Sigma Epsilon - Native American Fraternity
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Fraternal Order of Beta Sigma Epsilon has been created to serve the Native American community through the multifaceted development of young men. Members will strive for excellence in brotherhood, academia, profession, community service, and cultural awareness, through the earnest study and practice of leadership, unity, prudence, determination, and truth.
    Big Lagoon Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Constitution of the Big Lagoon Rancheria. This page is an electronic version of a tribal code or constitution from the National Indian Law Library.
    Big Long Man's Corn Patch
      US - Southwest
    A Southwestern Native American Story
    Big Mountain Dineh Relocation Resistance
    Navajo US - Southwest
    "This is about the largest forced relocation of American Indians in the 20th century to make way for Peabody Western Coal Company to strip mine the ancestral lands of the Dineh. This is being done with the aid of the corrupt US and tribal governments.
    "Although this page is partially translated into several languages, this English version will always be the first to be updated."
    Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians of the Big Valley Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Big Valley Tribal members are descendants of the Xa-Ben-Na-Po Band of Pomo Indians that historically have inhabited the Clear Lake area for over 11,800 years
    Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A nonprofit cooperative enterprise of the Dine' of Black Mesa, fair-trading wool, weavings, and mohair and working with many other indigenous and environmental groups in the region.
    Black Mesa:
    Hopi US - Southwest
    by John Dougherty (part one of two-part series, Phoenix Newtimes; April 24, 1997)
    Black Mesa:
    Hopi US - Southwest
    by John Dougherty (part two of two-part series, Phoenix Newtimes; May 1, 1997)
    Blue Lake Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Blue Lake Rancheria is a federally recognized Indian reservation shared by Wiyot, and a few Yurok and Hupa people. Located in northern California, 12 miles north of Eureka and 5 miles east of Arcata, it currently has only 31 acres. During the period (1959-83) when it was terminated, the BIA deeded 2 parcels of its land to the non-Indian town of Blue Lake which is not yet recovered.
    Blueraingallery
      US - Southwest
    Blueraingallery.com is committed to promote work of Native American Indian pottery, handcraft Native American jewelry & kachinas. We sell contemporary Native American and regional art.
    Bold Tongue's Native American Links Page
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Native American links to interesting pages for: Sitting Bull, Sioux, Apache, Comanche, Cherokee, Navajo and Geronimo. A fight for justice to the Native Americans. Massacres and atrocites.
    Bucky's Casino
      US - Southwest
    Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe in Prescott, AZ
    BUDDHA BELLY STUDIO
      US - Southwest
    art by MANUEL SAMANIEGO- El trabajo del arte de Manuel Samaniego. Algunos de los trabajos artísticos están en el progreso.
    Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    The Me-Wuk Indians have been living on aboriginal tribal land of what later became Amador County since at least 1817, more than 30 years before the devastation of northern California Tribal governments and communities that coincided with the start of the 1849 "Gold Rush."
    Building a Hogan
    Navajo US - Southwest
    There are two types of hogans, the male and the female hogan. Many of the ceremonies take place in the male hogan. The male hogan is more aggressive; the place where one meets their enemy. ... Inside the male hogan the ceremonial fire is very dangerous. The female hogan's fire is in contrast warm and inviting. It warms the family and cooks our food. The female hogan is where the family lives. ... The instructions on this page relate to the female hogan.
    Cabazon Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians of the Cabazon Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Cachil DeHe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community of the Colusa Rancheria, Californi
      US - Southwest
    UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS FOR THE CACHIL DEHE BAND OF WINTUN INDIANS OF THE COLUSA INDIAN COMMUNITY CALIFORNIA
    Cahto Indian Tribe of the Laytonville Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    In recent history, many of the people of the Cahto Indian community sustained themselves by working in the timber/lumber industry, but the establishment of the Red Fox Casino in 1996 has created new jobs and more income for the tribe. In addition, a number of tribal programs are administered as well, mostly paid for by government grants, such as those from the BIA and EPA.
    Cahto Indian Tribe of the Laytonville Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    In recent history, many of the people of the Cahto Indian community sustained themselves by working in the timber/lumber industry, but the establishment of the Red Fox Casino in 1996 has created new jobs and more income for the tribe. In addition, a number of tribal programs are administered as well, mostly paid for by government grants, such as those from the BIA and EPA.
    California Indian Tribal Maps
      US - Southwest
    From the Museum Informatics Project, an academic department within Information Systems and Technology, a collaborative effort at the University of California, Berkeley.
    California Linguistic Tribal Groups
      US - Southwest
    California Valley Miwok Tribe
      US - Southwest
    California White Sage
      US - Southwest
    In the semi arid mountains of Southern California grows a particular type of sage that is highly revered by American Indians - White Sage (Salvia Apiana). For spiritual or medicinal purposes white sage is a powerful herb. The name salvia comes from the Latin word salveo, meaning 'to heal' (as in salvation). Apiana refers to the many bees that are attracted to its small white flowers.
    Camel Rock Casino
      US - Southwest
    Santa Fe, NM
    Campo Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Campo Indian Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Campo Kumeyaay Nation
    Cante Waste
    Sioux US - Southwest
    Cante Waste (Pronounced Chah-nn-teh Wah-sh-teh (meaning Good Heart or to be happy)) is a not for profit online designing, promotions and marketing firm aimed at not for profit organizations, starting out Business owners, actors, musician and indigenous role models & artisans. Our mission is to provide american indian organizations, small business owners, actors, musicians and role models & artisans the opportunity for online development without the high expenses of hiring a private designing firm.
    Canyon De Chelly Tours
    Navajo US - Southwest
    De Chelly Tours is a 100% Navajo-Owned tour company based in Chinle, Arizona. We have over 2,700 archaeological sites within Canyon de Chelly National Monument. We offer Unimog Group tours as well as private Jeep tours.
    Canyon De Chelly Tours
    Navajo US - Southwest
    We provide 4X4 Jeep and Unimog Tours throughout beautiful Canyon de Chelly (d-shay). We have over 2,700 archaeological sites within Canyon de Chelly. We have over 700 standing ruins with only 13 having any kind of stabilization or re-enforcement. Come visit us soon.
    Canyon Press
      US - Southwest
    We publish books by Native American authors and we produce films with Native American themes. Including book features such as Navajo Spaceships by John Rustywire.
    Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians
      US - Southwest
    Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians: Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians of the Barona Reservation, California Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians of the Viejas Reservation, California
    Casino Arizona
    Pima US - Southwest
    An Enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
    Casino of the Sun
    Yaqui US - Southwest
    Tucson, AZ
    cclearwater.com
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Clarence Clearwater is a talented Navajo singer/guitarist whose style encompasses traditional Navajo songs within a contemporary format. Clarence performs on the Grand Canyon Railway out of Williams, AZ and resides in Flagstaff, AZ.
    CDC Oral History Project: Dineh Cooperatives, Incorporated
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Nation, which occupies 25,000 square miles of land in parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, was the largest and one of the most resource rich Indian territories in the country in the 1960s. Its development had long been hampered, however, by its status as a Native American reservation. The U.S. government had first begun a campaign to "pacify" the Navajo people and thoroughly disrupt their way of life during the Mexican War. After a protracted battle to retain their ancestral lands, the Navajo people were forced to accept a treaty in 1868 that relegated them to their present territory, and effectively categorized them as second class citizens.
    Cedarville Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Cedarville Rancheria Northern Paiute Tribe
    Central Consolidated School District (New Mexico)
      US - Southwest
    CCSD in accordance with guidelines specified in the Educational Standards of New Mexico assures the delivery of the following program: providing a well defined English language development program; delivering core content in the home language; including the New Mexico cultures in selected aspects of the curriculum; providing for linguistic, cultural, and conceptual development in the home language.
    Chemehuevi Indian Tribe of the Chemehuevi Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Cherokee Basket Weaving
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Cherokee tribal member Steve Osburn guides you step by step through weaving your first Cherokee basket in this video.
    Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Chickasaw Nation Museums
    Chickasaw US - Southwest
    Includes Chickasaw Legends, Customs, and Cultural Characteristics. Elders are encouraged to participate by the staff and the elders have been extremely helpful in identifying significant aspects of Chickasaw life, authenticating projects, activities, and objects which are significant for the museums. The staff conducts in-home visits with the elders and visits to senior citizens community centers.
    Chickasaw Times
      US - Southwest
    News stories about the Chickasaw nation. The Chickasaw Times is mailed free to Chickasaw registered voters, government and educational offices and upon request to other Indian citizens. Reprint permission is granted with credit to The Chickasaw Times unless other copyrights are shown.
    Chilocco Alumni
      US - Southwest
    Chilocco alumni (Chilocco Indian School) is a community web site that features an array of interactivity to communicate to your old classmates. Get news articles and updates of upcoming Chilocco events in your local regional chapters or your neighborhood pot luck and so fourth. Read up coming stories about Chilocco from Donna Flood. Visit our chat room and mingle with other in our message board.
    Chumash Indian Life
    Chumash US - Southwest
    This website includes information about the Chumash people's daily lives, as well as resources archived by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Visit the museum and experience the Chumash people, "the ones who make shell bead money."
    Classroom Grandmother Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    This program is designed for elementary school classrooms to become more familiar with the Navajo traditional people. For the students interested in adopting a Grandmother, we prepare a special brochure which describes the needs of the Grandmother, and tells a little about who she is and how she lives.
    Claw Creations
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Monty Claw, Kareen Claw, Native American Fine Art, Paintings, Textiles
    Claw, antler & hide company
      US - Southwest
    Furs, skulls, claws, teeth, jaws, bones, leather, antlers - porcupine quills, specialty items, feathers, turtles, new, itmes, herbs.
    ClayStation's Pit-Fire Techniques: Introduction and History
      US - Southwest
    By reading through this Firing Guide, you will get well acquainted with the Pit firing process and be fully prepared to participate in the process with someone who is experienced in this type of firing process. This information is inspired by the techniques shown by Lancet. Lancet is a Ceramics and Sculpture Professor at Solano Community College in norhthern California.
    Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Sharing Cultural Ancestry in the Past, Present and Future
    Cocinas De New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Cocinas De New Mexico is published by the Public Service Company of New Mexico. Proceeds from sales help provide utility supplements to needy residents of New Mexico. Below are recipes from the 79 page cookbook. To order this cookbook, one of our favorites, see the instructions at end of each section.
    Cocopah Tribe of Arizona
      US - Southwest
    Code Talkers
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo and other Native American Code Talkers of WWI and WWII
    Collector's Guide to Art in New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    On-line collection of Southwest art resources, featuring more than 400 galleries and artist studios in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos and Central & Southern New Mexico.
    Colorado River Indian Tribes of the Colorado River Indian Reservation, Arizona and California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to the web site of the Colorado River Indian Tribes. The goal of this site is to be a helpful communication tool for our people, with comprehensive information on Tribal Government.
    Comanche Lodge Native Forums
    Comanche US - Southwest
    American Indian Community Forums. Culture, Art, Solidarity!
    Confederation of Indigenous Elders and Priests of America
      US - Southwest
    Cooking Post for Native American foods
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    A tribally owned venture providing economic prospects and employment possibilities for our own tribal members and for other Indian people nation wide. Join us for an American Indian culinary adventure unlike any other. You'll find something for everyone here -- from traditional herbal teas to flavorfully roasted coffee beans, from robust blue corn muffins to feast day stews -- The Cooking Post is sure to have a tasteful offering for both your stomach and your spirit.
    Copper Coyote Beads, Ltd.
      US - Southwest
    Welcome fellow beaders! Copper Coyote Beads is a direct importer of Japanese Seed Beads. We sell Japanese beads, Czech pressed glass beads, books, and our bead design graph paper wholesale to bead stores and other bead sellers and designers. We also offer beading books to retail customers. Retail customers can now purchase our beads through Beadwear, Etc.
    Cortez Cultural Center
      US - Southwest
    The Center's mission is "to provide a forum for the community’s educational, cultural, artistic and scientific interests. We are a catalyst for cultural respect, continuity and innovation".
    Costanoan (Ohlone) and other Indigenous Californians
    Costanoan US - Southwest
    WELCOME to the Costanoan Ohlone Indian Canyon Resource A Resource of Information and Multimedia about California Costanoan (Ohlone) and other Indigenous Californians: History, Current Events, Contacts, Native American experience.
    Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    CPR Music/Native Christian Distribution
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A Native Christian Distribution Company. A Native owned and operated, distributing quality Native Christian Music.
    crackreality.com
      US - Southwest
    This site is Provided for the Families, Significant Others and Friends of Those Addicted to Crack Cocaine.
    Creek Nation Genealogy Indian Territory Project
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Comprehensive research page for the Muscogee Nation & Creek genealogy. On-line records & archives.
    Cultural Ecology - Classroom Activity
      US - Southwest
    Serrano Indians - Ethnobotany, Medicine, Housing, Music, Animals, Tools
    Cynthia L. Smith, Children's Book Writer
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Creek children's author site includes bibliographies and summaries of children's books featuring Native themes that are (1) historical (2) contemporary (3) by Native authors and illustrators. Also includes links to related educational resources for parents, teachers, librarians, etc.
    Danni Eldridge
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Osiyo My name is Grayeagle with the American Cherokee Confederacy in GA. This is my personal website. Thank you for your consideration.
    DCIAmerica
      US - Southwest
    DCI America offers unparalleled training and techncial assistance to US Tribes and Canadian Bands, consortia, casinos, schools, health centers, etc. With a cadre of exceptional Native American instructors, and some of the finest and up-to-date materials, our Conferences and workshops rank among the best offered.
    Death Valley Timbi-Sha Shoshone Band of California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to the Official Website of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe of the Western Shoshone Nation.
    Deborah Russell
    Lenape US - Southwest
    My writing,painting,digital art and photography. Some images from National Powwow in Washington DC, CSU and Denver Powwow. Some photographs of and poems for Sharon Burch, Joanna Shenendoah, Jay Winter Nightwolf, Leonard Peltier, Robert Redford and Mary Youngblood.
    Delaware County Inter-Tribal Youth Council
      US - Southwest
    The Delaware County Inter-Tribal Youth Council is an organization that teaches arts and crafts, and pow-wow dance styles to area youth. We have a Contest Benefit pow-wow each year, awarding a scholarship to an area youth and a scholarship to a pow-wow participant. We meet at least once a week. We're lead by a council of volunteering "elders".
    Delaware County Inter-tribal Youth Council
      US - Southwest
    The Delaware County Inter-tribal Youth Council is a youth oriented organization which teaches youth arts and crafts, pow-wow and stomp-dance styles of singing, drumming, dancing and regalia making as well as mentor and tutor. We hold an annual pow-wow each April and award scholarships.
    Desert Son Indian Arts - Arizona ArtNet
      US - Southwest
    Desert Son is a large and spacious gallery located in the Catalina foothills between the La Paloma and Ventana Canyon resorts. It's decor reflects the variety of its merchandise, a striking harmony between solid traditions and new styles. At Desert Son you're given a wide array of choices in many mediums. Weather the jewelry is gold or silver, all varieties of style and type are well represented. Just let us know where your interest lies and we will provide you with choices. Arizona's largest handmade buckle and belt selection is here. Hopi Indian kachina dolls on all levels are available and many of the better carvers are represented. Contact the gallery directly if you want a particular kachina, artist, or price. Navajo rugs and pueblo pottery are also given high consideration
    Diné CARE ~ Diné Citizens Against Ruining our Environment
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Diné CARE is an all-Navajo environmental organization, based within the Navajo homeland. We strive to educate and advocate for our traditional teachings as we protect and provide a voice for all life in the Four Sacred Mountains. We promote alternative uses of natural resources that are consistent with the Diné philosophy of Beauty Way. Our main goal is to empower local and traditional people to organize, speak out and determine their own destinies.
    Diné College
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Diné College is a public institution of higher education chartered by the Navajo Nation, with eight campuses to prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges/universities and for entry into employment.
    Dineh Artist Rex A Begaye
    Navajo US - Southwest
    To paint the way i feel to see, to feel and span from long ago to the edge of tomorrow.....
    Discover Navajo - People of the Fourth World
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Official site of Navajo Tourism, providing information about Navajo culture, travel, and attractions. Plan your Navajo vacation with maps, articles, calendar of events, and destination links.
    DNA-People's Legal Services
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Providing free legal services in civil matters to qualified low income residents on and near the Navajo Nation
    Do Native Americans Have First Amendment Rights?
    Navajo US - Southwest
    by: Leslie Thatcher, t r u t h o u t | Interview with the Navajo Nation's lead attorney in Navajo Nation v. USFS, Howard Shanker
    Ninth Circuit rules effluent does not defile sacred space. Forest Service argued skiing on treated sewage "a compelling government interest."
    Dream1 Records
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Home of Native R&B singer Jaynez.
    Dry Creek Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Today the Dry Creek Rancheria covers only 75 acres of what was once an 86,400-acre territory. As in 1915, Dry Creek Tribal members continue to survive through economic development. Without traditional resources and extensive land holdings, the majority of the tribe has been forced to adapt to much of the Anglo-European society and culture. Nevertheless, the Pomo people remain a strongly independent and distinctive community.
    Duck decoys
      US - Southwest
    Maker unknown. Lovelock Cave, Humboldt County,Nevada. ca. 200 A.D. Lengths: 26.5 and 27 cm. (13.4521D and 13.4513) - National Museum of the American Indian - Creations Journey
    Duckwater Shoshone Tribe of the Duckwater Reservation, Nevada
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    The Duckwater Shoshone Tribe is located in a beautiful remote valley near the southwest corner of White Pine County. It is primarily an agricultural community, drawing water from the many geothermal hot springs in Railroad Valley.
    DY Begay The Navajo Weaver
    Navajo US - Southwest
    D.Y. Begay, the traditional Navajo weaver, raises churro sheep, spins and dyes her own wool, and creates original handwoven Navajo rugs.
    eaglespiritproductions.net
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    Ongoing project, gathering stories and interviews of Native American Veterans of World War II. Project title, "Spirit Warriors" of WWII.
    Early Uses of Indian Tobacco in California
      US - Southwest
    By Edward K. Balls University Of California Press Indian Tobacco (Nicotiana) Indian Tobacco is found growing in the washes, on dryish plains and mesas, and in open valleys through out a large part of California, below 8000 feet. There are at least three kinds which were used as smoking tobacco by the Indians: N. Bigelovii, N. attenuata, and N. glauca. It would appear that the practice of smoking was more general in northern than in southern and eastern California. Smoking was really more a "cult," particularly among the tribes of the lower Klamath area. In the Karok economy, smoking was not practiced for pleasure but always for some definite end: as a part of the day's routine, or as a rite prescribed by the tribal customs.
    Elder's Council of the Cherokee Nation - Oklahoma
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    The Elders of the Cherokee Nation were a group of older Cherokees who, in the tradition of our people, were originally known as "The Wisdom Givers".
    Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Indians of the Sulphur Bank Rancheria, California
    Pomo US - Southwest
    Elk Valley Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Ely Shoshone Tribe
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    eniphul.com
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Graphic design/artistic display of grooves and graphics meshed with the electronic undeground, hip hop and native styles.
    Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Environmental Justice at Yucca Mountain
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    An Analysis of the U.S. Department of Energy "Draft Environmental Impact Statement" For the Proposed Nuclear Waste Repository At Yucca Mountain; by Leuren Moret, Past President, Association for Women Geoscientists.
    European Parliament Letter: Western Shoshone Concerns
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    February, 1998, to US Secretary of Interior
    Everett Largo's Homepage
    Navajo US - Southwest
    This is Coach Largo's Homepage.
    Exhibit Solutions of New Mexico
    Cochiti US - Southwest
    Exhibit Solutions of New Mexico is a Native American owned business specializing in tradeshow displays, exhibit design, graphics and accessories.
    Farmington Report: 30 Years Later (U. S. Commission on Civil Rights)
      US - Southwest
    The 1975 Farmington Report marked an historic milestone in the relationship between the Navajo people and the Anglo residents of the city of Farmington and the county of San Juan, New Mexico. This is a PDF file of the 2005 follow-up report.
    Federal Judge: BLM Should Not Remove Livestock from Tribal Land
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    By Carri Geer; Las Vegas Review-Journal
    First Nations Dance Company
    Caddo US - Southwest
    First Nations Dance Company is one of the most successful All Native owned and operated professional dances companies in the world.
    Flagstaff Native Plant & Seed Wildflower
      US - Southwest
    Flagstaff Native Plant & Seed is an environmental nursery dedicated to providing a wide range of native plants and landscaping services for northern Arizona, northern New Mexico, and southern Utah. Our ever-expanding inventory of native plants, many grown from locally-collected seeds and cuttings, are genetically adapted to the harsh climate of our region. Native plants are beautiful, drought tolerant, wind tolerant, and hardy. Our non-native plants are chosen for their drought tolerant attributes and non-invasive characteristics.
    Fort McDowell Casino
      US - Southwest
    Owned and operated by the Fort McDowell Indian Community in Fountain Hills, AZ.
    Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona
    Apache US - Southwest
    Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona (formerly the Fort McDowell Mohave- Apache Community of the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation)
    Fort Mojave Indian Tribe of Arizona, California & Nevada
      US - Southwest
    The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is celebrating the positive changes that resulted from careful planning, sound investment, and hard work. Ten years ago the potential of the Tribe’s water resources, land, and strategic location went untapped. The story is different today. The Tribe’s agricultural operations are profitable and expanding. A tribally-owned telecommunications company provides service to Indian and non-Indian customers. The Yavapai originate from Yuman-speaking peoples known as the Pai. The Apache descend from an Athapaskan background similar to other Apache groups to the East.
    Fostering Indigenous Business & Entrepreneurship in the Americas Conference 2007
    Laguna US - Southwest
    Through this conference, we hope to enable Indigenous business people in the private, public and tribal/community sectors to present Indigenous business opportunities, solutions, and problems to a local, regional, national, and international audience. We also want to promote networking among Indigenous business people and communities toward problem-solving and business opportunities. The conference agenda will include two days of academic & business workshop sessions, and cultural performances. We are expecting over 200 international and domestic academicians and students, Indigenous business professionals, government officials, NGOs, and Indigenous tribal nations to this two-day event.
    Four Corners Post Card
      US - Southwest
    Free MacDonald!
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Peter MaDonald was granted a commutation of sentence by President Clinton on Jan. 20, 2001.
    Fremont Indian State Park & Museum
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Fremont Indian State Park, located off of Exit 17 on Hwy. 70 in central Utah, has 697 rock art panels, a museum housing Utah’s largest Fremont site excavation artifact collection, an award-winning family campground, and 14 trails between ¼ mile and five miles in length. Outdoor enthusiast can enjoy hiking, bicycling, geo-caching, ATVing, fishing, spotting wildlife, and more. Come out and play! Visit Fremont Indian State Park today.
    Fundamental Laws of the Dine'
    Navajo US - Southwest
    An enactment (November 2002) of the Navajo Nation Council, amending the Navajo Nation Code to Recognize the Fundamental Laws of the Dine'. The legislation, drafted with input from Dine' College and the Navajo Medicine Man's Association, states some very fundamental rights from a Navajo point of view.
    Futures for Children
      US - Southwest
    A non-profit organization working with Native American children in Arizona and New Mexico to build self-reliance through community education, leadership development, management of societal issues, etc.
    Gabrielino/Tongva Springs Foundation
      US - Southwest
    The Gabrielino Tongva Indians are the original inhabitants of the Los Angeles Basin. The Tongva Springs site (University High School and vicinity) was once a thriving self contained village site and home of the Tongva people. It is the goal of the Gabrielino Tongva Springs Foundation to work together with the community to preserve and protect one of the last natural historical landmarks and sacred sites of our people. It is the goal of the Gabrielino Tongva Springs Foundation to work together with the community to preserve and protect the Kuruvungna Springs (located on the University High School campus). This historic landmark is one of the last sacred sites of the Gabrielino Tongva People.
    Games of Strategy: Awithlaknannai
    US - Southwest
    The Zuni culture relied heavily on the lakes in Arizona. They were a religious and superstitious culture that believed in many gods that dwelled in the waters. This game refers to stones that were used to kill "serpents", which most likely had a religious meaning. Both children and adults would play this game on different sizes of boards.
    Gathering of Nations Powwow
      US - Southwest
    The Gathering of Nations is a federally recognized non-profit organization founded in 1983 to promote Native American (Indian) culture and tradition and dispel stereotypes.
    Geronimo - his own story
    Apache US - Southwest
    From a Hypertext on American History from the colonial period until Modern Times
    Gila River Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    GoNavajo
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Authentic fine Navajo jewelry and collectibles on the Navajo Nation. Buying and selling hand-made Navajo indian bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings, pendants, pottery, rugs, turquoise and much more.
    gotpastor.com
    Apache US - Southwest
    A service organization, we link individuals to different groups within their communities for various physical, psychological, and spiritual needs. We also provide many other online services.
    Graton Rancheria, California
    Miwok US - Southwest
    Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria (Coast Miwoks)
    Greenville Indian Rancheria
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Due to the Termination Act of 1958, Tribal members have spread their wings and moved to areas across the United States. Many of the Greenville Indian Rancheria members live in Plumas, Tehama, and Shasta Counties. During the 1980's, Greenville Rancheria regained recognition and became a federally recognized tribe once more.
    Greenville Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Guthrie Studios
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Cherokee Indian art, stories and history. Award winning family of Native American Artists offering a broad range of cultural art and gifts, expressing tribal pride. Offering Indian Art, Dolls, Watercolors, and Paper casts. Indian owned in the Heart of Cherokee Nation.
    Handmade from the Portal at the Palace of the Governors
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    This site is devoted to the works of the 1000+ artists in the unique Native American Vendors Program at the Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The site contains works for sale, educational information, a buyer's guide and, soon, a calendar of Native American cultural events in New Mexico and the Four Corners.
    Hasan Preparatory and Leadership School
    Yoeme US - Southwest
    A bilingual.bicultural charter school for Tohono 'O'odham, Yoeme and other native students.
    Havasupai Tribe of the Havasupai Reservation, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    People of the Blue Green Water. We are Havasu 'Baaja. Currently our tribe is comprised of about 650 enrolled tribal members. Approximately 450 people live here in Supai. Our native language, Havasupai, is our preferred way to communicate. It has been a written language for about 20 years. We are very resourceful people and proud of our beautiful land.
    Health Sciences Center - University of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Healthy Nations Initiative: Reducing Substance Abuse Among Native Americans
      US - Southwest
    The Healthy Nations Initiative is funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to help Native Americans reduce the harm caused by substance abuse in their communities. The goal of the initiative is to demonstrate that tribes and communities can, over time, achieve substantial reductions in the demand for -- and consequently the use of -- alcohol and other harmful substances, including tobacco and illegal drugs. The initiative provides funding to 14 tribes and organizations to support the development of community-wide efforts to combat substance abuse that integrate public awareness campaigns, prevention programs, and services for treatment, aftercare, and support.
    Heard Museum
      US - Southwest
    The Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, is a private, non-profit museum founded in 1929 by Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard to house their personal collection of artifacts and art. The mission and philosophy of the Heard today is to promote appreciation and respect for Native people and their cultural heritage, with emphasis on the traditional cultures of the Greater Southwest and on the evolving Native American Fine Art Movement.
    Hershman John - Navajo Poet
    Navajo US - Southwest
    My name is Hershman John. I come from the Navajo reservation and I am currently going to Graduate school at Arizona State University. My writing reflects who I am and where I come from. I am Navajo, and I am from Sand Springs, Arizona. My clans are of the Deer Spring People (my Mother's clan) and the Bitter Water People (my Father's clan).
    Holbrook Indian School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Hollister Collection - Southwestern Native American Pottery
      US - Southwest
    This collection of 94 pieces of Southwestern pottery is the result of the efforts of Mr. Hollister, who collected these pots one or two at a time for nearly 60 years. The collection was purchased by Mr. F.A. Rosenstock of Denver, Colorado in 1966. Mr. Hollister died the following year. Despite numerous offers from collectors interested in only a few pieces, Mr. Rosenstock maintained the collection as he had acquired it and sold it to the University of Massachusetts in 1969.
    Hon-Dah Casino
    Apache US - Southwest
    White Mountain Apache Tribe in Hon-Dah, AZ
    Hoopa Valley Tribe, California
    Hoopa US - Southwest
    Welcome to the Official Website ot the Hoopa Valley Indian Tribe. We encourage you to navigate our site in order to experience all the various programs, entities and enterprises the Hoopa Tribe has to offer.
    Hopi Archaeological Tours
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Information on monthly tours led by Hopi anthropologist/archaeologist/ethnobotanist Micah Loma'omvaya and colleagues visiting Anasazi & Sinagua archaeological sites and the contemporary Hopi pueblos. Hopi owned & operated tour company!
    Hopi Basketry Presentation
    Hopi US - Southwest
    A short archival of information on Hopi Basketry.
    Hopi Basketry Presentation
    Hopi US - Southwest
    For UMASS Anthropology 310b- Part 1: History and Meaning (Rohith Sood), Part 2: Manufacture and Decoration (Cecil Lewis), Part 3: Bibliography. This presentation was created using an HP Scanjet 2cx, and was shown to approximately 40 people on May 30th, 1995. Utilizing a Mac Quadra 660 with an AV output, the pages were shown to the class using Netscape software. Accompanying the presentation was a 4 page handout, and of course the knowledgeable oral presentation of the 2 students above. The handout, graphical presentation, and this optional WWW accompaniment were created by Frank Provo. This HTML version of the presentation (handout included) was assembled by Karen M. Strom and is hosted on her server.
    Hopi Basketry Second Mesa Style
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Hopi women continue a centuries-long tradition of coiled basketry.  Colorful katsina, animal, and geometric designs include symbolism and tradition.
    Hopi Basketry Third Mesa Style
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Colorful wicker baskets are made from sivaapi (rabbit brush) and suuvi (sumac) by the basketmakers of the Third Mesa.
    Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office (HCPO) Home Page was created by graduate students in Anthropology 615, Southwest Ethnology, Spring Semester 1996 at Northern Arizona University, under the instruction of Dr. Miguel Vasquez, with the collaboration and consent of the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office, through Leigh (Jenkins) Kuwanwisiwma, Director. This Home Page won first place in the Society for Applied Anthropology President's Student Poster Competition at the March 1997 Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.
    Hopi Indian Tribe's Office of Community Planning & Economic Development
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Hopi Indian Tribe's Office of Community Planning & Economic Development is dedicated to the improvement of the Hopi communities and economic conditions on the Hopi Indian Reservation. In a culturally appropriate manner and in compliance with the Hopit Tunatya’at.
    Hopi Tribe of Arizona
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Hopi emerged from the Third World into this current Fourth World. This life is therefore referred to as the Fourth Way of Life for the Hopi. Hopi knew that life in this fourth world would be difficult and that we must learn a way of life from the corn plant.
    Hopimarket.com
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Hopi Market, Own and operated by Hopi artisans, authentic handmade arts and crafts from the southwest. Artist bio's and collector items. Visit us today and be at home on Hopi with us, use our feedback form for inquires.
    Hopland Band of Pomo Indians of the Hopland Rancheria, California
    Pomo US - Southwest
    The mission of the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians is to provide for the protection of the homelands, the continuous improvement of the social and economic standard of the people, the establishment of a democratically representative government for present and future generations of the Band, and to avail the Tribe of the authorities conferred by the Indian Reorganization Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Sat.984) as amended.
    How To Kill A Nation: U.S. Policy in Western Shoshone Country Since 1863
    Shoshone US - Southwest
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    Hualapai Indian Tribe of the Hualapai Indian Reservation, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    Hwal`bay means "People of the Tall Pine." The Hualapai live on a reservation encompassing a million acres along 108 miles of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. The Hwal`bay call this middle river corridor "Hakataya" or "the backbone of the river".
    Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Hubbell trading post has served the Navajo and Hopi Nation's people for over 100 years. The trading post continues to operate, buying Native American art from individuals and selling these items to visitors. This operation has been a National Historic Site since 1965. The store is operated by a non-profit organization,the Western National Parks Association. Our Friends group conduct events that raise funds that are donated to Native American college students.
    IAIA Chronicle
      US - Southwest
    The official online newspaper for and by the students of the Institute of American Indian Arts.
    Imijez
    Sioux US - Southwest
    Imijez, is a native-owned photography and web design firm offering our services to all kinds of projects. We look forward to adding videography in the near future.
    Immortal Studios
    Yaqui US - Southwest
    The website of Jesse Hernandez. Mr. Hernandez is a Yaqui/Chicano artist from the bay area. Painting,Drawing,Animation,Airbrush,Illustration,Design
    Indian House Records - Taos, New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Indian House is a small record company making high quality recordings of traditional American Indian music since 1966. Over 150 albums in stock.
    Indian Library Collections
      US - Southwest
    California - The California Indian Library Collections (CILC) was funded with the aim of returning unique cultural materials to California's Native Americans and making the collections available to all citizens through their local libraries. Archived sound recordings, photographs, and textual materials (such as books, journal articles, unpublished manuscripts and field notes, many of which were gathered by Berkeley researchers in the early years of this century) have been duplicated and installed in twenty-one northern and central California libraries. Each county collection contains materials specific to the tribes within that county. A composite CILC set is also located in the California Room at the California State Library in Sacramento.
    Indians of California - Tad Beckman
      US - Southwest
    Indians of San Diego County
      US - Southwest
    Kumeyaay/Diegueño, Luiseño, Cupeño, and Cahuilla
    Indigenous Language Institute
      US - Southwest
    The Indigenous Language Institute collaborates with indigenous communities to revitalize and perpetuate the languages and culture of the original inhabitants of the Americas.
    Indigenous Language Institute
      US - Southwest
    The Indigenous Language Institute (ILI) recognizes the imminent loss of indigenous peoples' languages. ILI facilitates innovative, successful community-based initiatives for language revitalization through collaboration with other appropriate groups and organizations, and promotes public awareness of this crisis.
    Institute for Integrated Rural Development
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Institute of American Indian Arts
      US - Southwest
    Established in 1962 by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), the Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Arts Development (IAIA) was initially a high school. In 1975 the Institute became a two-year college offering associate degrees. The institute also includes a major contemporary Indian art museum located just off the Plaza in downtown Santa Fe (NM).
    Institute of American Indian Arts
      US - Southwest
    The Institute of American Indian Arts is committed to the post secondary education of native american indians. We offer degrees in creative writing, studio arts, visual communications and museum studies. Our campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico features a museum of contemporary native american fine art, tribal jewlery and gifts.
    Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
      US - Southwest
    The IAIA Museum is home to the National Collection of Contemporary Indian Art, the most comprehensive collection of contemporary Indian art presented from an Indian perspective. The collection contains over 8,000 items including paintings, jewelry, sculpture, prints, photographs, drawings, weaving, costumes, other art objects, and historical material. It is a living document of the explorations in creativity that is inspirational for future generations of Indian artists. The collections represent the best works produced by the alumni and students of IAIA and contributing Indian artists from over 100 Indian nations.
    Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
      US - Southwest
    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concerns. On July 9, 1975, the council established a private, non-profit corporation, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.(ITCA), under the laws of the State of Arizona to promote Indian self-reliance through public policy development. ITCA provides an independent capacity to obtain, analyze and disseminate information vital to Indian community self-development.
    Internet Technology Service
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The one-stop Internet Technology Solution Provider for Tribes, Native American organizations and businesses to include online marketing and online business solutions to help sustainability and promote Tribal Sovereignty through Tribal Network designs.
    Intertribal Council of Nevada, Inc
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Network Information on the 26 Tribes and Community Organizations that serve Indian People living in Nevada and the Great Basin Region. The main intent of ITCN is to serve as a large political body for the small Nevada Tribes. From that point in time, ITCN has played a major role in promoting Health, Educational, Social, Economic, and Job Opportunity Programs. ITCN now manages Federal and State funded programs aimed at improving the well-being of community members throughout the State of Nevada.
    Introduction To Tule Ethnobotany
      US - Southwest
    By Norm Kidder. Tule, seems to be both a general term for freshwater marshes and also for the sedges of the genus Scirpus. The term Tule Fog refers to moisture rising from the ground.
    Ione Band of Miwok Indians of California
    Miwok US - Southwest
    Thank you for taking a few moments to learn about the Ione Band of Miwok Indians, our people, our history and our future. The 535 members of the Ione Band are descendents of Nisenan and Miwok speaking people who lived throughout the Sacramento Valley and Sierra foothills.
    IPL: Pueblo Pottery Exhibit
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Internet Public Library is the first public library of the Internet. As librarians, we are committed to providing valuable services to that world. We do so for many reasons: to provide library services to the Internet community, to learn and teach what librarians have to contribute in a digital environment, to promote librarianship and the importance of libraries, and to share interesting ideas and techniques with other librarians.
    Isleta Gaming Palace
      US - Southwest
    Isleta, NM
    It's the same thing
      US - Southwest
    An essay honoring the Mescalero Apache people. I describe their base metaphor, a quartered circle, with some history and cultural context.
    Jamul Indian Village of California
    Kumeyaay US - Southwest
    Janet Moreland, Author and Poet
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Tsalagi author and poet, Janet (tseniti) Moreland, has recently published her first solo book, "Spilled Words," within the categories of Family & Friends, A Bit of Romance, Words from my Cherokee Spirit, and Just a Touch of Humor. On this site are the rest of her published collaborative works, including "The Howell Women Saga," historical fiction which follows four generations of women from 1865 to 1953. The stories have a Cherokee background and show the struggles of some Native/European mixed marriages. Her co-author is Shirley G. Webb, also of Cherokee descent.
    Jeanette Katoney, Navajo Artist
    Navajo US - Southwest
    As an abstract artist, my inspirations come mostly from the Navajo female weavers in my family. My mother, Alice Katoney, has been a weaver all her life. Growing up on the Navajo Reservation near Hardrock, Arizona, I was influenced by my mother, aunts and grandmother. Now several of my nieces are rug weavers as well. I chose to express myself in two dimensional abstract media.
    Jicarilla Apache Nation, New Mexico
    Apache US - Southwest
    Welcome to the Home Site of the Jicarilla Apache Nation. Our land is located in the mountains and rugged mesas of northern New Mexico. The landscape offers a diverse scenery of Ponderosa pine forests in mountainous terrain and Pinion pine mesas with Sage brush flats. Dulce New Mexico is the Jicarilla Apache Nation Headquarters and is accessible via US Highway 64 from Farmington and Chama. From Albuquerque via US Highway 550 and NM 537. (formerly the Jicarilla Apache Tribe of the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation)
    Joe Tohonnie Jr. & White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers
    Apache US - Southwest
    Joe Tohonnie Jr. & The White Mountain Apache Crowndancers originate from the White Mountain Apache Tribe in Whiteriver, AZ. Joe is Apache/Dine and sings traditional Apache songs. Please visit our website for more information.
    Journal of American Indian Education
      US - Southwest
    The Journal of American Indian Education constitutes a record of policy and thinking that have governed the development of the educational system for American Indians in the last half of the 20th Century.
    Justice for Joe
    Chippewa US - Southwest
    Hello, my name is Jessie, I'm a Dutch woman, I live in Holland, and I've dedicated a website to a young Native American man named Joel Ritchie who's serving a life sentence in prison, but is innocent!
    Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians of the Kaibab Indian Reservation, Arizona
    Paiute US - Southwest
    The Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation is located on the Arizona Strip, about 50 miles north of the Grand Canyon. Reservation lands total 120,840 acres, straddling Coconino County and Mohave County in Arizona.
    Karuk Tribe of California
    Karuk US - Southwest
    The mission of the Karuk Tribal Council is to promote the general welfare of all Karuk people, to establish equality and justice for our tribe, to restore and preserve Tribal traditions, customs, language and ancestral rights, and to secure to ourselves and our descendants the power to exercise the inherent rights of self governance.
    Kawaiisu Native American artist David Laughing Horse Robinson: acrylic paintings, steel sculptures
    Kawaiisu US - Southwest
    David Laughing Horse Robinson is a Kawaiisu Native American artist who creates acrylic paintings, steel sculptures and etchings on steel plates. He works at California State University, Bakersfield, as an Instructional Technician. Laughing Horse teaches students how to use the materials and equipment necessary to create ceramics, paintings, photography and sculpture.
    Kayenta TODAY
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A monthly newspaper for northeastern Navajo area residents
    Kayenta Unified School District
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Kerry Ketchum
      US - Southwest
    NAFB's mission is to distribute food to thousands of Arizona's most impoverished including the Native American populations. In conjunction with social service agencies, churches, civic and hunger relief organizations, NAFB is determined to wipe out malnutrition and hunger.
    Kickapoo Justice
    Kickapoo US - Southwest
    Native Women - we will continue the fight for the future of our people, for our children, and grandchildren to come...
    KTNN - Navajo Nation Radio
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Nation owns and operates two commercial radio stations broadcasting from Window Rock, Arizona. KTNN AM 660 is "The Voice of the Navajo Nation" and broadcasts 24 hours a day in both Navajo and English with a Country & Western/Native American music format. KTNN is a 50,000 watt clear signal with nighttime coverage reaching the entire US west of the Rockies (and northwest Mexico)! KWRK 96.1 FM is a 100,000 watt stereo station serving the Four Corners, Gallup and the Navajo Nation with an Adult Contemporary/Top 40 format.
    La Jolla Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the La Jolla Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    The La Jolla Indian Reservation was est. in 1875, over 130 years ago by executive order ofthe president of the United States Ulysses S. Grant. However we have existed here for thousands of years. This reservation consists of 9,998 acres of Federal Land and around 702 enrolled Tribal Members.
    La Raza Unida
      US - Southwest
    La Raza Unida party is a party born of the Indigenous Chicano peoples. The Chicano who is of Indigenous descent mainly Mexican and U.S. southwest struggles for political power along with and recognizing we are a part of the whole indigenous peoples struggle for Self-Determination.
    Labriola National American Indian Data Center
      US - Southwest
    The Labriola National American Indian Data Center, part of Arizona State University Libraries, contains a research collection containing information on Native American/Alaska Native tribes. It provides access to this information through the use of computer databases, the Internet, and CD-ROM. The collection is international in scope and brings together in one location, current and historic information on government, culture, world-view, Social life and customs, tribal history, and biography.
    Las Vegas Tribe of Paiute Indians of the Las Vegas Indian Colony, Nevada
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Little Hawkwoman's Native American Page
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Lomahongva's Fine Art
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The contemporary sculptures and paintings of award winning Hopi artist Gerry Quotskuyva are showcased on this site.
    Lone Elk Creations
    Lakota US - Southwest
    Native American Dolls. Handmade, unique, traditional. Made from genuine accessories ranging from buffalo hide to glass trade beads. Dolls collected by museums, galleries, private and public collectors. See website for more information on these collectable and fine quality dolls made by Lakota Doll Artist, Diane Tells His Name
    Lone Wolf Band of Cherokee Indians
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Lone Wolf Band of Cherokee Indians, replaces the Lone Wolf United Indian Tribe. Indians Cherokee Indians, educational material, stories, months and moons and much more. One of the most educational Cherokee websites on the web today.
    Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians of the Los Coyotes Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    With nearly 25,000 acres of federally-recognized tribal land, the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation is the largest Native American reservation in San Diego County, and it rests in some of the most remote and inaccessible high mountain wilderness areas of Southern California.
    Lost Spoke Miniature Horse Ranch
    Gila River US - Southwest
    Miniature Horses
    LSA/CELP Endangered Language Database
      US - Southwest
    The Linguistic Society of America's Committee on Endangered Languages and Their Preservation database includes information from one hundred and nine (109) language researchers reporting on 151 languages/dialects.
    Maidu Tribe
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Based in Oroville, California. Contact information, black and white historical photo and letter.
    Map of Hopi Reservation
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Provided by the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office.
    Martha Hopkins Struever
      US - Southwest
    Nations Represented Native American Indian Art for the Collector: Pueblo pottery, Navajo rugs, Hopi katcinas, inlay jewelry and other exceptional pieces presented by Martha Hopkins Struever.
    Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
      US - Southwest
    The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, holds over 10 million individual items in its archaeological , ethnological , archival, photo and skeletal collections. The collections come from all parts of the world, but have a Southwestern emphasis. The Maxwell is the only museum in the Southwest whose mission encompasses the entire history of mankind and culture around the world.
    Mazatzal Casino
    Apache US - Southwest
    Owned by the Tonto Apache Tribe in Payson, AZ
    Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Gun Lake Tribe
    Medicine Bird Gallery
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Medicine Bird Gallery features Taos Pueblo artist and musician Blue Spruce Standing Deer. He sings both traditional Taos Pueblo songs and songs he composes himself.
    Medicine Bird Gallery
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Blue Spruce Standing Deer is an Artist,Traditional Musician and a Native of Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. He also gives drumming workshops, and performs House Blessings and Weddings.
    Memorial Poem for Roberta Blackgoat
    Navajo US - Southwest
    by Nokwisa Yona, titled "Honoring Roberta"
    Mesa Elementary School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Met Native American Artist Jackson Narcomey
    Muscogee US - Southwest
    Award winning Creek/Seminole artist Jackson Narcomey.
    Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
    Seminole US - Southwest
    Michael Moore - SW School of Botanical Medicine Home Page
      US - Southwest
    Medicinal Plant Images / Medicinal Plants: Manuals, Folios, Classic Texts, Research / Medicinal Plants: Resources, FAQs, Regional plant checklists / Commercial publications by Michael Moore: Information, reviews, and sources
    Mike Tutt Bii Ghaan
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Millicent Rogers Museum
      US - Southwest
    Although collected purely for personal enjoyment by Millicent Rogers and never envisioned as a "museum" collection, her collections were opened to the public in 1956 by her family, as a way of sharing her vision. Since that time, the Museum collections have grown and expanded to encompass many areas outside of Millicent Rogers' own interest, and the Museum that bears her name is today visited by thousands of visitors from around the world each year. What began as a personal quest for quality is today a proud legacy of art, design, and craftsmanship that captures the spirit of creativity of northern New Mexico.
    Monster Slayer - Beads and Supplies
      US - Southwest
    Sterling silver, 999 fine silver, silver filled, 14k gold, gold filled, nickel, copper, red and yellow brass, findings, beads, tools, equipment, display items and other related supplies are our primary inventory items.
    Monty Claw
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo, oil and watercolor paintings, peyote fans, and NAC art by Monty Claw, Navajo artist.
    Monument Valley High School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    mother earth blues band
    Navajo US - Southwest
    fron the navajo rez comes two native Bluesmen..... we are currently recording our first original cd.we want to play for all native people on all the rezz's.
    Museum of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Older than the state of New Mexico itself, the Museum of New Mexico houses the country's most intriguing collection of art, history and culture in four museums and five monuments statewide. Come discover the true heart and soul of the Southwest.
    NABI 2003
      US - Southwest
    Scheduled for August 2003, the Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI) Tournament is a four-day event that will be held at America West Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. The event is an opportunity to bring Native American male and female athletes who are currently playing at the high school level in the Southwest into contact with professional athletes, professional and college scouts, celebrities, Tribal leaders and the business community. But it is the hope that this event may provide a spark that ignites Native American youth to set their sights a little higher and making the most of their potential and to one day see a Native American youth reach the stars by walking onto the NBA or WNBA floor.
    Naschitti Elemtary School
      US - Southwest
    Nataani Nez Elementary School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    National Indian Youth Leadership Project
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Our emphasis is on Youth Leadership, Service-Learning, and outdoor experiencial activities. We serve thousands of youth, mostly in Gallup and the Navajo Nation.
    Nations of the 4 Directions
      US - Southwest
    NOTFD is an organization of and for the Native American LGBT community of the greater San Diego area.
    Native American Alliance Foundation
      US - Southwest
    The Native American Alliance Foundation provides programs in substance abuse and mental health counseling, Native-traditional healing, Nation Building and community development, Indian Child Welfare, law enforcement and community policing.
    Native American Children's Books
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Collection of bibliographies, articles, and more related to contemporary and historical Native themes in children's books; emphasis on Native authors and illustrators. (Please note new URL).
    Native American Diabetes Project
      US - Southwest
    The Native American Diabetes Project was started to help people be strong in body and spirit. The Project has been supported by the National Institutes of Health DK 9217, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Albuquerque, NM, the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, and a generous grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation.
    Native American Duck Decoy, c.0-1000 B.C.E.
      US - Southwest
    2,000-3,000 year old duck decoy made of shoreline plants was found in Nevada. Smithsonian
    Native American Language Center - UC Davis
      US - Southwest
    The Center's goal has been to support the teaching and learning of Native American Languages, and to encourage general linguistic research on American Indian languages, but it will also be dedicated to fostering the intergenerational transfer of language knowledge in Native American communities.
    Native American Lighting Corporation
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The only 100% American Indian Women owned supplier of common and hard to find Light Bulbs, Lighting Fixtures, Audio, and Related Products. Headquartered in their traditional home lands.
    Native American Preparatory School
      US - Southwest
    Native American Public Health
      US - Southwest
    Public health consulting site for Tribal governments, Tribal health, and others who want to work with Tribal communities.
    Native American Recognition Days
      US - Southwest
    This annual event continues its tradition of promoting Native American cultures through a celebration of traditional and contemporary events. The theme this year is "Strentghtening Family Unity".
    Native American Recording Artist Michael Jeans
    Comanche US - Southwest
    A unique style of Native American/southwest music that is soothing yet emotionally moving.
    Native American Studies - Humboldt State
      US - Southwest
    Native American Studies at University of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    Native American Visions
      US - Southwest
    It is our goal to help keep the Native American art form alive by inspiring and supplying craft workers who honor Native American heritage.
    NATIVE ARTS 07.COM
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Native Arts 07.com, Sells Native American apparel and home decor products, featuring many Southeastern Tribal Designs (Muscogee (Creek), Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Seminole) Native American Family owned
    Native Auto Glass
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Native Auto Glass provides auto glass replacements, chip repairs, and tinting. We are located in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, however, we also service the local Native American reservations in this area as well. The owner, Fred Martin, is a Navajo from Tuba City, Arizona. We are looking for ways to reach the native communities.
    Native Legal Net
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Native Legal Net is a project of DNA-People's Legal Services. On this site you will find: help with legal problems; information about Navajo and Hopi courts, cases and laws, including court forms; Indian law resources and links; poverty law resources; information about DNA-People's Legal Services, our clients, and service area; employment opportunities with DNA and the Navajo and Hopi Courts; and links to other legal research and information resources on the Internet.
    Native Nevada Classroom
    Washoe US - Southwest
    This site contains lesson plans on Indian culture, environment and history. Designed for K-6 teachers in Nevada, the lessons supplement most subject areas and focus on the Great Basin tribes: the Washoe, Paiute and Shoshone.
    Native Praise
    Cocopah US - Southwest
    Native Praise is a Native gospel band of the Cocopah Nation and of the Dine Nation, reaching out to all nations with music.
    Native Stars Basketball Academy
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Native Stars Basketball Academy provides basketball training to Native American and non-Native American athletes that are in the 8th to 12th grade. All training sessions are presented in the Phoenix, AZ area. Visit our site for information about the basketball program.
    Native Tongue Magazine
    Navajo US - Southwest
    I would like to introduce a new business venture called Native Tongue Newspaper Magazine. The monthly magazine will primarily feature Native Music, Entertainers, Role Models and Artist. The newspaper magazine will be an affordable medium for advertisers targeting the Adult (18-49) Native Americans.
    Native Youth Stuff
      US - Southwest
    This Site Is For Native Youth To Come And Talk To Other Native Youth.
    NativeArtsNaiton.com
    Apache US - Southwest
    NativeArtsNation.com is dedicated helping the Native American Art community to establish an internet presence through web design and marketing consultation solutions.
    NativeOUT
      US - Southwest
    NativeOUT is a grassroots Native American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Two-Spirit (LGBTTS) organization, serving central Arizona.
    Nativepoemz
      US - Southwest
    Dine (Navajo) Poetry
    Navajo Art
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Paintings by Virgil Julis Nez. Virtual gallery, personal reflections.
    Navajo Baskets
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo baskets are usually made with a two-rod-and-bundle-coiled technique of sumac and yucca.  Natural materials are used to dye the material.
    Navajo Clan Names
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A list of all Navajo Clans, spelled in Navajo, with its English meaning. When a Navajo baby is born, he or she belongs to the clan of the mother. The clan name passes on through her to her children. When a young man marries, it must be to someone completely outside of his clan. Even though people in his clan are not all blood-related, it is considered inappropriate to marry within one's own clan. This rule is strictly observed. Should it occur, it would be considered as "incest" to the Navajo people.
    Navajo Genealogical Tree of Harrison Lapahie Jr.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo Learning Network
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A project sponsored by the National Science Foundation to develop the technological infrastructure of Navajo educational institutions
    Navajo Links Page by Packrat
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A page of links to Navajo-related websites with short descriptions of those sites.
    Navajo Mother Earth and Father Sky
    Navajo US - Southwest
    I am a Navajo Indian. Come visit my site and learn about me, my family and my people, the Navajo.
    Navajo Nation Courts
    Navajo US - Southwest
    description of Navajo judiciary
    Navajo Nation, Arizona, New Mexico & Utah
    Navajo US - Southwest
    These pages are devoted to the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American tribe in the Southwest.
    Navajo Preparatory School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The mission of the school is to educate talented and motivated college-bound Navajo and other Native American youth who have the potential to succeed in higher education and become leaders in their respective communities. The school provides a rigorous academic program based on a strong foundation of Navajo philosophy supported by a residential environmnet that enhances individuality and independence. This mission is reflected in the School's motto, "Yisdeekáágóó Nat'áaanii -- Leading into the Future."
    Navajo Sacred Mountains
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Sacred Mountains of the Navajos: Mt. Blanca, Mt. Taylor, San Francisco Peaks, Mt. Hesperus, Governador Knob, Huerfano Mesa, Navajo Mountain
    Navajo Spaceships, Star Mountain & Rez Memories
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Native american on line writing journal, short stories of life at Two Gray Hills on the Navajo Reservation, directories include Laughing Road-gorwing up, Navajo Spaceships-tales and legends, Star Mountain-stories on Navajo ife and Hear Songs-poetry about love and life by John Rustywire, Navajo
    Navajo Square
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo Square - Internet portal providing chat, forum, profiles, news, blogs, and many other services to the Navajo people and beyond.
    Nizhoni Elementary School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Nizhoni Graphix
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Nizhoni Graphix is a full service design and development company committed to providing Native businesses with professional and cost effective web and print services. Come visit our site and see what we can do for you.
    Nizhoni Spirit Horse
    Navajo US - Southwest
    John I. King - Dine' (Navajo) Native American traditional style watercolor artist. Santa Fe Indian Market Best of Category and Division awards.
    No Dirty Gold - Western Shoshone Nation
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Indigenous Peoples unite to oppose destructive mining practices across North America
    Northern Californian Indian Development Council
      US - Southwest
    With the main administrative office located in Eureka, California, the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. (NCIDC) was founded to research, develop and administer programs designed to meet the specific social and economic needs of the American Indian people. Since its inception in 1976, as a California nonprofit corporation, NCIDC has provided assistance in virtually all areas of community development and has evolved into one of the largest American Indian Human Service Agencies in the State of California. NCIDC operates a fine Arts Gallery and Gift Boutique featuring the best of American Indian Artist's and their work, with emphasis placed on the work of the Tribes of N.W. California.
    Northfork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to the home page and official web site of the North Fork Mono Rancheria, a federally recognized Indian tribe listed in the Federal Register as the Northfork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California.
    Notah Begay III
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The official web presence of PGA Tour golfer Notah Begay III, a Native American athlete from Albuquerque, N.M. See what's in Notah's golf bag, read the latest on the career of NB3 or see where Notah's playing next.
    O'odham Coiled Willow Baskets
    Tohono O'odham US - Southwest
    From the collection of the Arizona State Museum, three stunning coiled willow, devil's claw and cattail baskets from the early 1900's.
    Official Darren Geffre Site
    Blackfeet US - Southwest
    The Official Darren Geffre Site!! The site contains information on this native artist that is currently on the rise in the Native and Mainstream Industry.
    Official Darren Geffre Site
    Blackfeet US - Southwest
    This is the official site of "award winning" pop-rock singer/songwriter Darren Geffre. This site includes MP3's, tour dates, cd lyrics and fan club information.
    Official Red Earth Site
      US - Southwest
    A butt kicking mix of Native/Latin Phunk, Punk, Ragga, Groove!!!!!
    Ohlone Indians
    Ohlone US - Southwest
    Ojo Amarillo Elementary School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Located in the heart of NAPI (Navajo Agricultural Products, Inc.) south of the San Juan River near Kirtland, New Mexico, Ojo Amarillo Elementary serves students in grades K - 6.
    Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Forensic Artist Harvey Pratt
    Cheyenne US - Southwest
    Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation & Native American Forensic Artist specializing in witness description drawings, skull reconstruction, age progression, photo retouch, skull tracing and police art
    Omaha Nation Public School
    Omaha US - Southwest
    Oriental Rug Repair Co., For the highest quality Navajo rug restoration.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The highest quality Navajo and Oriental rug repair. Information on the care of Navajo rugs and insect damage prevention.
    Oyate Music Group Recordings
    Lakota US - Southwest
    Oyate Music Group Recordings is a Native owned and operated music label, bringing you the BEST in comtemporary and traditional Native American artists and thier music.
    Paiute Miniature Covered Basket
    Paiute US - Southwest
    This very small coiled basket of willow and devil's claw was created around 1920–1930.  It is in the Illinois State Museum Collection.
    Paiute Palace Casino
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Bishop, CA
    Paiute Water Jug
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Willow, devil's claw, cotton cord.  Size 12.2" x 8.25"  Ca. 1880-1890.  From the Illinois State Museum Condell Collection.
    Paiute-Shoshone Indians of the Lone Pine Community of the Lone Pine Reservation, California
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Welcome to the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Reservation Web Site On April 20, 1937 the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Reservation was established through a land exchange between the Department of the Interior and the City of Los Angeles.
    Paiute-Shoshone Tribe of the Fallon Reservation and Colony, Nevada
    Paiute US - Southwest
    The Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe, also known as the Toi Ticutta (cattail eaters) is located in the Lahontan Basin, in the shadow of the sacred Fox Peak Mountain in Nevada.
    Pala Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Pala Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    We hope that this web site will assist you in learning more about our people, our history and our culture. We are located in Pala, California, in North San Diego County. We welcome you to indulge in our rich history.
    Panther's Lodge
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    Welcome to Panther's Lodge! This Web site contains pages on Cherokee and Choctaw history, Native American genetics, and Our Family History, a genealogy site begun in 1998 devoted to genealogy of our Southern families.
    Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona
    Yaqui US - Southwest
    Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians have lived in what is now Tehama County for countless generations.
    Patrick Shendo Mirabal
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Gifted musician, composer and actor Patrick Shendo Mirabal is from Jemez and Taos Pueblo New Mexico. He draws on stories taken from his own life and that of his Jemez family and ancestors, Patrick writes and performs his own music, all of it composed on flutes he crafted himself. Patrick's freshman CD "Lives in Motion" was released in July 2005.
    Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Pechanga Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to our place in the sun. For more than 10,000 years the Pechanga People have called the Temecula Valley home and now a time of renewed optimism is upon us where we can build and plan a better life for our people and our region.
    Petition Against Gale Norton as Interior Secretary
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    Indian Nations and Supporters Against Gale Norton - sign the petition to stop her confirmation as Secretary of the Interior.
    Peyote Church case
      US - Southwest
    US v. Boyll, New Mexico Federal District Court [744 F. Supp. 1333 (1991)]; opinion by Chief Judge Burciaga
    Phoenix Dark Wind
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The first ever All Native American tournament paintball team.
    Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Pima Indians: Pathfinders for Health
    Pima US - Southwest
    This cooperative search between the Pima Indians and the NIH began in 1963 when the NIDDK (then called the National Institute of Arthritis, Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases), made a survey of rheumatoid arthritis among the Pimas and the Blackfeet of Montana. They discovered an extremely high rate of diabetes among the Pima Indians. Two years later, the Institute, the Indian Health Service, and the Pima community set out to find some answers to this mystery. They hoped to shed light on an even broader question: Why do Native Americans, Hispanics and other non-white peoples have up to ten times the rate of diabetes as Caucasians?
    Pinoleville Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Pojoaque Valley School District, northern New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    The Pojoaque Valley School District includes several communities in northern New Mexico. Comments by Pojoaque students portray us.
    Political Asylum for Lakota Activist Little Rock Reed
    Lakota US - Southwest
    by Mike Adams, Indian Country Today reporter
    Pomo Trinket Basket
    Pomo US - Southwest
    Ca. 1900-1920 Willow, redbud or alder, vegetal dye. Size: 7" x 5.375" dia. from the Illinois State Museum Condell Collection.
    Pottery by John Gonzales
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    John Gonzales offers high quality native clay products directly from the artists. The work of John Gonzales and other artists from San Ildefonso and nearby Pueblos can be seen and purchased through this website.
    Pre-Law Summer Institute for American Indians & Alaska Natives
      US - Southwest
    The Pre-Law Summer Institute for American Indians & Alaska Natives (PLSI), established in 1967, is an 8-week program for Native American students who plan to attend law school in the fall. The program replicates the 1st semester of law school, in addition to building a solid network of Native lawyers who will all be entering practice at the same time after law school. Applicants must be a member of a tribe, have a bachelor's degree and taken the LSAT. (For a full list of requirements and a down-loadable application, please see the PLSI website.) There is no tuition charge, but participants should seek tribal funding for living expenses. Deadline is the last Friday in March each year. - Albuquerque, NM
    Pueblo Cultural Center
      US - Southwest
    The Pueblo people are settled in nineteen communities, some of which have been continuously inhabited since long before the discovery of America. Still retaining their ancient and largely secret ceremonial life, they nevertheless welcome visitors from all over the world, and offer a glimpse of the proud heritage which they have kept alive for more than a thousand years.
    Pueblo Direct
      US - Southwest
    Pueblodirect.com is Proud to offer Unique, Authentic Native American arts. You'll find American Indian Jewelry, Pottery, Kachina dolls and much more by Zuni, Navajo, and Hopi artists like Emma Yepa, Tommy Singer, Bennie Ration and more.
    pueblo drums
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    I'm a drum maker from Taos Pueblo and I do a lot of Indian Markets, Santa FE Indian Market, Eight Northern Pueblo, Heard Museum
    Pueblo Food Specialties
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Pueblo /Navajo Hot Sauce, Salsa & Roasted Red Chili Sauces have the Gourmet Market humming and will have you dreaming you were dancing to a Southwest Drumbeat.
    Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Pueblo de Cochiti, (Cochiti), is located 55 miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico and is contained within 53,779 acres of reservation land that sustains 1,175 Pueblo members according to the 1990 BIA census. Cochiti, the northernmost Keresan Pueblo in New Mexico, is located in Sandoval and Santa Fe Counties, approximately 13 miles northwest of Interstate 25 and 35 miles southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    Pueblo of Isleta, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Isleta Pueblo is centrally located in the Río Grande Valley, 13 miles (21 km) south of Albuquerque five minutes away from I-25 via Exit 215. Originally established around the 1300s, the name Isleta comes from the Spanish language and means "Little Island."
    Pueblo of Jemez, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Pueblo of Jemez is a federally recognized tribe located in north-central New Mexico, approximately 50 miles northwest of Albuquerque. We are one of the remaining 19 pueblos of New Mexico, encompassing over 89,000 acres of land and home to over 3,400 tribal members.
    Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Pueblo of Pojoaque, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Tribal Council established the Poeh Center in 1988 as the first permanent tribally owned and operated mechanism for cultural preservation and revitalization within the Pueblo communities of the northern Rio Grande Valley.
    Pueblo of Sandia, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Sandia Pueblo is a Native American community near Albuquerque New Mexico. It is a sovereign nation whose government provides municipal services to pueblo residents and oversees enterprises, including a casino. Indian gaming,history & the Sandia Mountain claim are discussed in detail.
    Pueblo of Santa Ana, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The Pueblo of Santa Ana is a Native American tribe with reservation lands that include a strip of New Mexico's fertile Rio Grande valley. The members of Santa Ana, the Tamayame (the name of the people in our Keres language), have lived in our present location approximately sixteen miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico, since at least the early 1500s.
    Pueblo of Taos, New Mexico
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark
    Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Website
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribes' Reservation is located thirty five miles northeast of Reno, Nevada in a remote desert area located in the counties of Washoe, Lyon, and Storey.
    Quality Home Care, division of Native Resource Development, Inc.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    suggested location: New Mexico & Arizona Quality Home Care, a Native American, female-owned and operated Home Health Care company serving communities in New Mexico and Arizona. If eligible, they can provide an attendant/caregiver to help elders with their activities of daily living in the comfort of their own home. This prevents our elders from having to go to nursing homes and allows them to stay in their communities and with family and loved ones. Their goal is to provide "QUALITY" home health care to our elders & disabled community in a friendly, culturally-familiar, and respectful manner. Contact info is on the website.
    Quapaw Language
    Quapaw US - Southwest
    The Quapaw tongue belongs to the Dhegiha subdivision of the Siouan language family and is closely related to the Omaha, Osage, Kansa, and Ponca tribes, all of whom speak similar dialects. This is one of many reasons scholars agree that the Quapaw originally lived near or with the other Dhegiha Sioux.
    Quechan News
    Quechan US - Southwest
    A new and exciting publication and e-zine for us! We offer news and information, hot off the press! We give you the local news as well as global news! We are here to inform you on current events as they happen. We give up news on tribal affairs, current events, sports, entertainment, lifestyles, health and wellness, and so much more!!!!
    R.B. Ravens Gallery
      US - Southwest
    Features 19th and early 20th century American Indian art including Navajo textiles, Pueblo pottery, Hopi Kachinas, antique American Indian jewelry, and early American Indian paintings
    R.B. Ravens Gallery
      US - Southwest
    Features 19th and early 20th century American Indian art including Navajo textiles, Pueblo pottery, Hopi Kachinas, antique American Indian jewelry, and early American Indian paintings
    Rabbit Skin Blankets
      US - Southwest
    Coloring page through Tomo-Kahni State Park from thier Kid's Corner/Clothing Coloring Pages
    Randy Granger
    Apache US - Southwest
    Randy Granger is a man of the Southwest. He is a journeyman musician and singer, best-known for his Native American flute-playing, who has lived most of his life in New Mexico in the Southwestern United States in the land of sage and mesquite, hawks and rattlesnakes, deserts and canyons, the Rio Grande River and stunning sunsets. The music on his latest album, A Place Called Peace, reflects that Southwestern lifestyle, his American Indian heritage and his belief that world peace begins within each individual.
    RED INK Magazine
      US - Southwest
    RED INK’s primary mission is to cultivate and highlight Native American intellectual and creative expression through the media of poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, scholarly articles, original artwork and photography, and book, music and film reviews. RED INK also promotes an ongoing discourse with students, professors, tribal leaders, tribal members, and all other interested communities (Native and non-Native) regarding critical and timely Native American issues.
    Redbird
      US - Southwest
    Promoting the Awareness and Celebration of Indigenous Cultures and People and Creating a Sustainable Future
    Redding Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Redding Rancheria is a sovereign nation where pride in Tribal culture, history and identity is evident internally and in the larger community. Redding Rancheria is a leader in the constructive development of its people, the larger Indian community and the Redding region.
    Redding Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Redding Rancheria is a sovereign nation where pride in Tribal culture, history and identity is evident internally and in the larger community. Redding Rancheria is a leader in the constructive development of its people, the larger Indian community and the Redding region.
    Redhand Apparel
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Contemporary clothing for Native Americans.
    Reed Web Graphics
    Blackfeet US - Southwest
    Content developer and Web Specialist for Small to Mid-level businesses. We specialize in placing Culture online! Solely owned by a member of the Blackfeet Nation, we pride ourselves on quality production, at affordable pricing.
    Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Nevada
    Paiute US - Southwest
    The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony is a federally recognized Indian Tribe located near Reno and Sparks, Nevada. The tribal membership consists of 481 members from three Great Basin Tribes - the Paiute, the Shoshone, and the Washoe.
    Report of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights - Western Shoshone
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    The Report of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) of the Organization of American States (OAS) concerning the human rights complaint filed by Mary and Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone Indians, and other materials from The Case of Mary and Carrie Dann v. The United States.
    Rez Education
      US - Southwest
    Rez Education is an online community of teachers dedicated to teaching Native American Students. Our purpose is to find better ways to educate our students by communication and critical discourse on our profession. We welcome articles and news events authored by members about where they teach. Schools are also welcome to place employment information on our forums to aid in the search for educators from around the world.
    ReZdawgs presents Clan/destine
    Hopi US - Southwest
    RezNews
    Chippewa US - Southwest
    Native American News Links that provide information on Relevant Social-Educational-Tribal Issues that Affect Indian People. Information and News also about Turtle Mountain Chippewa.
    rezshots.com
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Landscapes of the Navajo Nation.
    Right Click Designs
    Apache US - Southwest
    We provide affordable website designs and graphic designs for businesses, organizations, and personal websites! We use HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, Flash and CMS scripts.
    Right Livelihood Award - Mary and Carrie Dann
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Mary and Carrie Dann are traditional Western Shoshone women and the major leaders in their people's political and legal battle to retain their ancestral lands.
    Riverside Municipal Museum Online Exhibitions
      US - Southwest
    Including exhibits on Plateau Indians and their manufacturing techniques of baskets, bags and doll cradles. Other exhibits on the Mexican American Community (1917-1950) Nuestros Antepasados as well as an exhibit on Inuit Artists of the Arctic.
    Robert Mirabal - A Fansite
    Tiwa US - Southwest
    Fansite for musician Robert Mirabal. Images from performances and related links.
    Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
    Pomo US - Southwest
    The Robinson Rancheria Tribe of Pomo Indians is comprised of 426 members including children.
    Rock-A-Bye Records
    Tohono O'odham US - Southwest
    Recording, Sales, and Distribution of Waila (Chicken Scratch) Music. We also have recordings from other local tribes.
    Ronald Honyouti & Family, Master Katsina Doll Carvers
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Honyouti family, of the Third Mesa at Hopi, contains the master katsina doll carvers, the brothers Ronald, Brian & Lauren, and Ronald's son, Mavasta. Rick, another brother, makes solid wood furniture with Hopi motifs on the tops and doors.
    Ronald Honyouti, Hopi Katsina doll carver
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Wonderful Hopi Katsina dolls carved by Ronald Honyouti and other members of his family. Ronald is a world renowned artist who has lived most of his life on the Hopi reservation.
    Ronald Roybal Music Portal
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    The e-commerce site for five time Native American Music Award nominee, Ronald Roybal. Native American Flute and Spanish Flamenco Guitar recordings are available for online purchase from this site. Also includes performance schedule and booking information.
    Round Valley Indian Tribes of the Round Valley Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    (formerly the Covelo Indian Community)
    Rumsey Indian Rancheria of Wintun Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Ruth N. Bond Elementary School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Ryal School - Henryetta, Oklahoma
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Sac and Fox Native American Dolls
    Sac US - Southwest
    Authentic, individually handmade Sac and Fox Native American dolls
    Sacred White Buffalo
      US - Southwest
    I am Jason, and I am Unanga (Aleut) from the Aleutian Islands of Alaska! I wanted to inform all of the tribes of the existence of seven white buffalo! These are the only true white buffalo in the world, and there has not been a true white buffalo since 1833! Please visit the website, see for yourself. I am compiling my own web site, it is going to be the most definitive website about white buffalo ever. If you have any questions, please email me!
    Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of the Salt River Reservation, Arizona
    Pima US - Southwest
    San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San Carlos Reservation, Arizona
    Apache US - Southwest
    The "Apache" Nde (The People) have a culturally rich heritage tied to the earth which is evident to this day, our existence is steeped with thousands of years of clanship lineage and knowledge passed down through the centuries, we welcome you to meet the peoples of our community to trade discover our wares and knowledge.
    San Pasqual Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Sandpaintings
    Navajo US - Southwest
    From David Silver Bear's website. The Navajo are well known for their spectacular and intricate sandpaintings. These are made, and used in healing, and other ceremonies. A real sandpainting takes days to prepare, all natural colored sand is used, obtained from such places as the famous Arizona Painted Desert and around the Navajo reservation. The paintings are done on the ground, usually inside a ceremonial hut, and in the ceremony they are destroyed and the sand is given back to nature.
    Santa Ana Star Casino
      US - Southwest
    Bernalillo, NM
    Santa Fe Arts and Culture
      US - Southwest
    An extensive online resource for residents and visitors alike featuring up-to-the-minute information on what’s happening in Santa Fe’s vibrant cultural community. There is extensive information on about Native American feast days and dances, artist studio tours, local entertainment and more.
    Santa Fe Indian Trading Company
      US - Southwest
    Santa Fe Indian Trading Company and Dressman’s Gifts feature authentic Native American arts, jewelry, pottery and folk art from Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and local Northern New Mexico Pueblo indians and Spanish artists.
    Santa Rosa Indian Community of the Santa Rosa Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    In 1934, the Santa Rosa Rancheria was established on about 40 acres of desolate farmland in Lemoore, California.
    Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians of the Santa Ynez Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Saq' Be': Organization for Mayan and Indigenous Spiritual Studies
    Maya US - Southwest
    Saq' Be' serves to educate the public on current Indigenous struggles, assist Indigenous communities in the preservation of their spiritual traditions, and arrange for meetings and exchanges between spiritual leaders of Indigenous communities and the general public, with an emphasis on involving young adults. The organization's current focus is working with the highland Maya of Guatemala.
    Scenic Pictures on the Navajo Nation
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Scenic Pictures on the Navajo Nation: Window Rock, Shiprock, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, Coal Mine Canyon, Black Mesa.
    Scholarly Responsibilities to Indigenous Communities
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    a statement by Professor Devon Mihesuah of Northern Arizona University, 16 April 2003, first in a series of statements on this topic, organized by H-AMINDIAN@H-NET.MSU.EDU
    Seba Dalkai Boarding School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Nation has selected Seba Dalkai School as the pilot to develop, test and valididate a national school system.
    Sedonawolf
      US - Southwest
    Zuni Fetishes. Article on The Use of Zuni Fetishes as a Modern Oracle
    Shades of the Southwest
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Shades of the Southwest a Native American owned and operated business is proud to present these Original Hand Printed Native American Pueblo designs by George Toya, a self taught Native American artist from Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico.
    Shadow of the MeWuk Prehistoric Trail
      US - Southwest
    This 1/4-mile loop trail begins at a reconstruction of a small MeWuk Indian village, including a cedar bark sweat house, dwelling, and acorn granary. Located on an actual prehistoric, summer camp site, a brochure guides you through facets of MeWuk Indian life, highlighting the MeWuk peoples' close relationship to the land. Pick-up a brochure at the trailhead.
    Shapes and Uses of California Indian Basketry
      US - Southwest
    Plant Food Gathering and Transport, Storage and Food Serving Baskets, Food Preparation and Serving Baskets, Specialized Baskets, Fancy Gift Baskets, Other Specialized Basket Types, Traps, Basket Weaving Methods.
    Sheep is Life
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Diné bé'iina', Inc. The Navajo Lifeway Sheep is Life presents two days of workshops, information, and action plans for sustainable land use and livestock production on the Navajo Nation. Organized by Diné bé’iina’, Inc., a nonprofit organization, Sheep is Life will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (MDT) on Friday and Saturday, July 19 and 20, at Diné College in Tsaile, Arizona, Navajo Nation. Events are free and open to the public; programs are in English and Navajo.
    Sheephead Films
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Sheephead Films produces original Native American films, the majority of the films that we produce are made on the Navajo Nation and depict the reality of life on Navajoland. Sheephead Films consists of award winning Native film makers Shonie and Andee De La Rosa. We produce, direct, and edit all Sheephead Film productions, and have collaborated with many film companies and directors from all over the world on numerous productions. We firmly believe in portraying Native people with integrity, honesty, cultural accuracy and sensitivity. The Native American has been poorly depicted in film and media for far too long, we hope to change that with the work we produce.
    Sherman Indian High School
      US - Southwest
    Sherman Indian High School strives for increase communication between parents, teachers, dorms, counselors and administration. The environment at Sherman allows for an intense monitoring of student progress by both the dorms and the teachers. Due to the fact that Sherman Indian High School is a boarding school, it allows for a more personal interaction between students, teachers and dormitory staff in a culturally enriched environment.
    Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, Shingle Springs Rancheria (Verona Tract), California
      US - Southwest
    Shiny gold - poisoned land
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    By Renate Domnick (Society for threatened peoples). English version by Elisa Grazzi.
    Four of the biggest international gold companies operate on Western Shoshone land. Gold extraction produces more waste than any other mining activity. In fact, 99.9% of dug material is useless, as there are only 1 to 3 grams of gold in each ton of rocks.
    Shiprock High School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Shiwi Messenger
    US - Southwest
    a bi-weekly community forum for the news, opinions and expressions of the Pueblo of Zuni and surrounding communities.
    Shoshone Bibliography
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Shundahai Network
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    "One Water...One Air...One Mother Earth," Western Shoshone Spiritual Leader, Corbin Harney
    SILENTHUNDER thesign grphx
      US - Southwest
    SILENTHUNDER thesign grphx in a native owned and operated design firm establishment. We provide a vital visual art work for Native and Non-native people. Our rates are cost conscious and works within anybodys budget. Please visit and browse through our website for full comprehensive of the silentcommunication graphic designs
    Silverbear Studio & Gallery
    US - Southwest
    Silverbear Studio & Gallery located in Zuni New Mexico, features the artwork of award winning Artist Carlton & Julie Marie Jamon as Well as other Zuni Artist. Featured art include handmade jewelry and handmade paper wall art.
    Silverbear Studio and Gallery
    US - Southwest
    Carlton and Julie Jamon, of the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico, have been making jewelry since 1984. Carlton and Julie Marie Jamon's work is confirmation of their Native American heritage in the 21st century world. Their jewelry is rich with Indian meaning, but its sleek, contemporary flair and design give it universal appeal. Carlton is a native of the Zuni Pueblo and Julie Marie is a Navajo from Toadlena.
    Singing Wire
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A place to gather and post, all people welcome, anything is ok to say, but nothing offensive. Through Navajo Spaceships.
    Smith River Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians, California (formerly the Soboba Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of t
      US - Southwest
    Miiyu, hello! The Soboba Reservation is one of the six bands of the Luiseño Indians. We are at the edge of the City of San Jacinto, just north of Hemet. Our Tribe has 800 members, with about 520 people living on the Reservation. Miiyu is "hello" in our Tribal language , and if you say it to a group, the plural form is Miiyuyam.
    Society For California Archaeology
      US - Southwest
    SCA promotes cooperation among archaeologist in California by: 1) conducting symposia and meetings to share information on new discoveries and techniques; 2) publishing an annual Proceedings on archaeological research in California; 3) publishing a Newsletter on current topics on concern, with news and commentaries; and 4) promoting standards and ethnical guidelines for the practice of archaeology.
    Southwest Indian Foundation
      US - Southwest
    SWIF sells native American arts and crafts to benefit native elderly, handicapped, and families with dependent children.
    southwest marketing, inc.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Southwest Marketing is a Navajo owned Graphic Design and Marketing business. Our specialty is working with Native American organizations on developing or improving their marketing and promotional material.
    Southwest Native American Promotions
    Hopi US - Southwest
    Emerson H. Quannie (Hopi) is a Native American promoter of Indian Art Shows/Markets & Auctions in the Southwest. The shows promote work of aspiring Native American artists as well as well-known artists in all mediums (paintings, sculptures, jewelry, pottery, weavings, basketry, etc)
    Southwest Silver Gallery
      US - Southwest
    Unique and authentic Native American jewelry and Zuni fetishes. Featuring rare, natural American Turquoise.
    Southwestern Archaeology - Ethnobotany and Paleoethnobotany
      US - Southwest
    By Michael A. Pfeiffer - This bibliography is intended only as a general overview of ethnobotany and paleoethnobotany. The primary thrust is food. Also included are references on domesticated and wild foodstuffs, dendrochronology, pollen analysis, medicine, culturally scarred trees (an important site category in western North America), tobacco, and mescalism & peyotism. In order to prevent this bibliography from becoming a compendium of all archaeological knowledge of anything organic, certain artifact classes were omitted. These include weapons, netting, matting, wooden figurines, structures, water craft, basketry, and textiles. The references on maize or corn were only sampled (believe it or not) due to the voluminous nature of the available literature.
    Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Inc.
      US - Southwest
    The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, Inc. (SWAIA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1922 to support and preserve American Indian cultures.
    Southwestern Indian Polytechnic College
      US - Southwest
    Spirit Horse Gallery
      US - Southwest
    Selling fine Native American art and artifacts, historic to comtemporary, Navajo rugs, pueblo pottery, Navajo and Zuni jewelry and other items.
    Squaw Peak
      US - Southwest
    The history of Phoenix's Squaw Peak and the controversy about the word 'squaw'
    Stanford American Indian Organization
      US - Southwest
    Star Water
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Handmade native arts & crafts from Taos Pueblo
    STATELINE
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Stateline originates from the heart of the Navajo nation. Here you'll find information about our band, our performance schedule, how to contact us for engagements.
    Statement of Lee Phillips regarding Big Mountain
    Navajo US - Southwest
    attorney's statement about Navajo-Hopi land dispute deadline, released March 18, 1997
    Step Into the Nightmare
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    1998 update on his situation and essay on prison issues, by Standing Deer
    Stone Mother
    Paiute US - Southwest
    One day the father of all Indians came to this area and lived on a mountain near stillwater. It is said that he was created near Reese River. He was a very great and good man. He was very lonesome and wished he had someone to keep him company.
    Strategic Consulting Group, Inc.
    Navajo US - Southwest
    With more than fifteen years of proven industry experience in implementing various types of projects, covering a vast variety of WAN/LAN Solutions, Collaboration, Network Infrastructure, Networking Security, Network Management and Network Integration has enabled Strategic Consulting Group, Inc. to establish a reputation of consistency, dependability, longevity, and quality.
    Summer Research Enhancement Program
      US - Southwest
    To all interested American Indian/Alaskan Native students interested in Diabetes Prevention Research. Greetings from Dine' College-Shiprock Campus. For the past three years, Dine' College and the Southwest Diabetes Prevention Center have sponsored the Summer Research Enhancement Program (SREP). This will be our fourth year of the program. We are currently seeking qualified and dedicated Native American students from other Tribal Colleges and Universities to participate in this exciting diabetes research and prevention program.
    Summit Lake Paiute Tribe of Nevada
    Paiute US - Southwest
    The Summit Lake Paiute Tribe is a Federally recognized Indian Tribe, by election on May 25, 1935 the tribe accepted Indian Reorganization act of 1934. The tribe operates under the Articles of Association adopted by tribal members and approved by the Secretary of the Interior on January 8, 1965.
    Sun Country Gems
      US - Southwest
    Just a click away, but light years beyond an ordinary bead shop.
    Sunbeam Indian Arts
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Award winning pottery from the Gonzales family of San Ildefonso Pueblo, direct descendants of Maria Martinez. Barbara, and her sons, Cavan and Aaron present their work for sale here.
    Sunshine Studio
      US - Southwest
    Santa Fe Indian Traders: Our selected, high-quality American Indian art and crafts - jewelry, fetishes, paintings, rugs, pottery, folk art, crafts, baskets, kachinas, beadwork, etc. - includes the widest variety of contemporary and old-pawn Native American art and crafts on the Internet. Enjoy our graphics of American Indian art, our stories of real-life adventures on the Internet, our biographical sketches of Native American artists, our illustrated story of the construction of a Navajo inlay/overlay bracelet, our Estate Sale of Plains Indian art, our tomahawk for Atlanta Braves fans, and our low prices. If you don't see what you want, ask us, we may be able to find it for you. Buy, sell, or trade, you will be satisfied with any deal you make with us. References available on request.
    Supastealth's Native American Resources
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Personal Page with links to Native American Indian Resources to include links to native related news, web portals, education, entertainment, art, sports, and more.
    Supernaw's Indian Supply
    Osage US - Southwest
    Indian beading, craft, art, regalia, jewelry supplies. Kugee Supernaw - world renown Indian artist, works in silver, reproduction Mississippian period pottery, paints, sculpts - owner. Famous for his hat feathers.
    Susanville Indian Rancheria, California
      US - Southwest
    Sustainable Communities / ZERI - NM
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    We initiate sustainable development projects that protect and enhance the environment and natural resources while strengthening the social, economic, and cultural fabric of small communities in New Mexico and on the US/Mexico border.
    Sycuan Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of California
    Kumeyaay US - Southwest
    Table Bluff Reservation — Wiyot Tribe, California
    Wiyot US - Southwest
    Take Heed - Trouble Coming
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    by Standing Deer
    Tapahe Inventive Design
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Nationally known, Navajo-owned business specializing in inventing innovative and original designs for print and web applications.
    Tapahe Inventive Design
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Tapahe Inventive Design is owned and operated by Indians (Navajos), with over 15 years experience in print design, we have taken this valued experience and applied it to the web. See our website to see our creative creations.
    Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Indians of Nevada
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Four constituent bands: Battle Mountain Band; Elko Band; South Fork Band and Wells Band
    Technology-Enhanced Language Revitalization
      US - Southwest
    The goal of Technology-Enhanced Language Revitalization (@ the university of arizona) is to establish an informational resource for community language specialists, advocates, and linguists centering on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in language revitalization.
    Terry Little Jones
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo man shares his interests, culture, writings, and photographs of family and friends.
    Texas Arrowheads
      US - Southwest
    Virtual museum of Texas Native American Indian artifacts. Provides a visit back into the long period of early Texas History commonly referred to as "prehistoric", bringing that history to life through digital photography.
    The Arid Lands Newsletter
      US - Southwest
    The Arid Lands Newsletter is published semiannually for an international readership by the Arid Lands Information Center (ALIC) at The Office of Arid Lands Studies, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, The University of Arizona.
    The Black Hawk War: Utah's Forgotten Tragedy
    Ute US - Southwest
    Black Hawk war documentary film project. This website offers a plethora of information regarding the war. This is a product of many years of research of Brigham's brutal Black Hawk War of Utah. It is the story of the Ute Indians, the Noochew, in conflict with early Mormon pioneers and the United States government during the years 1847 to 1873.
    The Buffalo Trust
      US - Southwest
    The Buffalo Trust is non-profit foundation for the preservation and return of their cultural heritage to Native Americans, especially children, founded on the conviction that the loss of cultural identity--the theft of the sacred-- is the most insidious and dangerous threat to the survival of Native American culture in our time.
    the caddo dot com
    Caddo US - Southwest
    Politics and art and all that it is to be Caddo. Come check us out. We have an acive message board full of information and controversial conversation. Anahwake Nahtanaba
    The Creeping Puppets - The Official Website
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A Website that recognizes the talented four Navajo Teenagers that have an incredible talent in playing Cover Songs to Heavy Metal Bands such as Metallica. Biographies, pictures, and News are featured on the website.
    The Daily Functional
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A website dedicated to informing all Native Peoples about proper fitness programs and training, and helping those who don't have a trainer to help them exceed and perform in their sport.
    The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, The University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law
      US - Southwest
    The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program (IPLP Program) is an educational and advocacy organization established to offer legal assistance to indigenous peoples and their communities, and to train indigenous lawyers and advocates in protecting their land, resources, human, cultural and environmental rights. In addition to our advocacy efforts, the IPLP Program also offers a rich variety of specialized courses and clinical opportunities in areas of law and policy concerning indigenous peoples in the United States and around the world.
    The Native American Nations Of The Black Mesa Region
      US - Southwest
    This document covers the ancient and modern history of the Anasazi, Hopi, Navajo, and neighboring peoples of the Four Corners region, with information on the cultures and environment of the Southwestern Colorado Plateau.
    The Native American Times
      US - Southwest
    Published monthly by Oklahoma Indian Times, Inc. Formally known as the Oklahoma Indian Times newspaper, it has expanded its coverage to a national level. Still independently owned, it is the largest newspaper of its kind in America.
    The Native Press
      US - Southwest
    No-holds-barred journalism covering news, issues and commentary important to indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere.
    The Navajo Nations Hottest Rez Band
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Stateline, originates from the heart of the navajo nation. Here you'll find information about our band, our performance schedule, how to contact us for engagements. We play top-40 country music and original country music with a hint of rock. Stateline's music is ideal for country line dancing, outdoor concerts, weddings to corporate functions. Stateline strives to be a band for the people and wishes to acknowledge all our hard core fans through out this great nation and "thanks you", for your continuned support.
    The Navajo Times
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Navajo Times is the official weekly newspaper of the Navajo (Diné) people. This special online version of the paper provides the latest news and information about the Nation and its people.
    The Process of Hopi-Tewa Pottery Making
    Hopi US - Southwest
    When you look at a piece of art work, do you ever stop to wonder about the process involved or the person who actually created the piece? What about the time, preparation, and meticulous detail involved? Maybe you are the type of person who has knowledge of a particular artisan or type of art, but many of us enjoy art simply because it appeals to our individual tastes.
    The Rock Art Foundation
      US - Southwest
    The Rock Art Foundation, Inc. (RAF) is a Texas non-profit organization established in 1991, with 501(c)(3) status since 1992. The Foundation exists to promote the conservation and interpretation of the Native American rock art in the Lower Pecos region of Southwest Texas.
    The Talking Tree
      US - Southwest
    A tribute to Creator and Mother Earth; A tribute to all the warrior spirits of those who fought and continue to fight for the Creator-given Rights of all Native Americans.
    Thomas Banyacya: Hopi Traditional Elder
    Hopi US - Southwest
    In 1948, all traditional Hopi spiritual leaders met and spoke of things of great importance to all people. They selected four interpreters to carry their message of which Thomas was one.
    Thomas Banyacya died February 6, 1999, in Hopi Land.
    Three Hawks Trading Company
    Kiowa US - Southwest
    Three Hawks Trading Company is co-owned by Kiowa tribal member, George D. Carter, who is a Paddlety and Bointy decendent. Three Hawks produces gift items decorated with beautiful, licensed Native American art, tribal logos, tribal names, and custom graphics. Our product line includes t-shirts, mouse pads, coasters, puzzles, and signed and unsigned canvas prints.
    Tigua Indians
    Tigua US - Southwest
    Tiller Research Inc.
    Apache US - Southwest
    Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tiller Research is a private research firm owned and operated by Dr. Veronica Tiller {Jicarilla Apache}. TRI works to provide thoroughly researched and accurate information about modern-day Native American issues to both the public and academia. Tiller Research Inc. is a company that strives to provide the world with the most accurate and updated information about economic development and entrepreneurial activity on Indian Reservations.
    tillerresearch.com
    Apache US - Southwest
    Reference Guide: Tiller's Guide to Indian Country: Economic Profiles of American Indian Reservations, 2005 edition, 1136 Pgs. Biblio. Index. Maps Albuquerque: BowArrow Publishing Co. - 100% Indian Woman owned company
    To'hajiilee Community School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    To'hajiilee is a Navajo community located about 35 miles west of Albuquerque, NM. The website includes information about the school and many pages created by students.
    Todd Westika's Page
    US - Southwest
    Zuni fetish carver, Todd Westika talks about his work. Links to Angie Westika's page of handmade boxes and pottery
    Toh-Atin Gallery
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The finest in Navajo weavings, jewelry, paintings, pottery, alabaster sculpture, and other types of original art. Also pueblo pottery and jewelry. We have been selling Southwest Native American art since 1957.
    Tohono O’odham Nation of Arizona
    Tohono O'odham US - Southwest
    Welcome to our website. TOCA is a community- based organization dedicated to creating cultural revitalization, community health and sustainable development on the Tohono O'odham Nation. TOCA was founded in 1996 as a non-profit organization.
    TONATIERRA
      US - Southwest
    TONATIERRA is an indigenous peoples community based organization that maintains the Nahaucalli, Embasssy of Indigenous Peoples in Phoenix, Arizona.
    Tonto Apache Tribe of Arizona
    Apache US - Southwest
    Torres-Martinez Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians of California
      US - Southwest
    Traditional Navajo Recipes
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The following recipes come from Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native American History at at two different New York State Colleges.-- / Basic Frybread Recipe - 2 variations / Dried Corn / Dried Corn Stew / Dried Corn Soup / Hopi Corn Stew / Cheese and Green Chili Soup / Garbanzo Soup
    Treaty between U.S. and Navajo, 1868
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Articles of a treaty and agreement made and entered into at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on the first day of June, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, by and between the United States, represented by its commissioners, Lieutenant General W. T. Sherman and Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, of the one part, and the Navajo Nation or tribe of Indians, represented by their chiefs and head-men.
    Tribal Health Home
      US - Southwest
    This company is a 100% Native American owned company that offers off-site constructed homes that includes a wireless hub for home health monitoring, and installed with an air purification system to prevent or eliminate black mold.
    Tribal Law as Indigenous Social Reality and Separate Consciousness
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    by Christine Zuni Cruz
    An essay on "[Re]Incorporating Customs and Traditions into Tribal Law"
    Tribal Live
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Up and coming hiphop group from arizona..check it out
    Tse'Bit'Ai Middle School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Tsi-Akim Maidu Tribe
      US - Southwest
    suggested nation: Maidu The Tsi-Akim Maidu tribe are indigenous American Indians that have inhabited the Nevada and Plumas County region. In October the tribe does an Indigenous People's day. This is an inter tribal event growing every year. From Traditional Ways to the Modern ways of today.
    Tuba City High School
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Tule River Indian Tribe of the Tule River Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians of the Tuolumne Rancheria of California
      US - Southwest
    Me-Wuk territory spans much of the Central Sierra Nevada in California. The Northern Me-Wuk homelands surround much of the Central Sierra region, including present day Amador and Calaveras counties.
    Turkey Mountain Traders Antique American Indian Arts Catalogue
      US - Southwest
    Catalogue of our current stock of pre-1940's American Indian / Native American jewelry, textiles, and artworks
    Turquoise Rose (movie)
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A production company based in Mesa, Arizona, is producing a feature length film aimed at the Native American Community. The film, entitled Turquoise Rose, is a coming of age story of a Navajo girl named Turquoise Rose. Auditions were held in the summer of 2005, with the goal of casting not only all Native Americans to play Native American roles, but to make a cinematic first of casting all Navajo people in Navajo roles.
    Turquoise Village
    US - Southwest
    Located at the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico we offer the finest selection of Zuni, Hopi & Navajo turquoise & silver jewelry as well as fetishes, pottery, kachinas & Navajo rugs. Free Shipping
    TWG Productions Home Page
    Comanche US - Southwest
    This site is dedicated to promoting the goals, mission and reporting on current events affecting TWG Productions, a grassroots non-profit company that works with American Indian nations to promote and preserve their native languages. Most recently, TWG Productions has been working with the Comanche of Oklahoma to develop educational media targeted toward preschool children and their families.
    Two Pueblo Maidens
    Laguna US - Southwest
    Contemporary Native American Jewelry and Gifts
    twoshields production co
    Pueblo US - Southwest
    Twoshields production company specializing in Native American dance, culture, and music. Nino Reyos, a member of the Ute/Pueblo Indian Nations was one of the flute players to play during the 2002 Winter Game Opening Ceremonies in Salt Salt Lake City, Utah.
    UCSB Anthropology Projects
      US - Southwest
    A fourteen-foot-long necklace of shell and stone beads, along with three pieces of turquoise, all from a wall niche in Chetro Ketl's great kiva. Collections of the Museum of New Mexico; photo by Deborah Flynn (from New Light on Chaco Canyon, 1984, edited by David Grant Noble. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NM).
    UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Western Shoshone Decision
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    An historic and strongly worded decision issued 10 March 2006 by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), urging the United States to "freeze", "desist" and "stop" actions being taken or threatened to be taken against the Western Shoshone Peoples. [full text PDF file]
    Under the Hill Productions
    Cahuilla US - Southwest
    Under the Hill Productions features the documentary : We Are Still Here, the story of Katherine Siva Saubel and the Cahuilla Indians of Southern California, an Official Selection of the 32nd annual American Indian Film Festival.
    United Auburn Indian Community of the Auburn Rancheria of California
      US - Southwest
    The historic Auburn Rancheria is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Auburn, California. Currently, tribal members reside in Placer and Nevada Counties and beyond.
    United Indian Nations
      US - Southwest
    Provides adult education, job training, and vocational counseling for American Indians.
    United San Antonio Pow Wow
      US - Southwest
    United San Antonio Powwow, Inc. is a Texas nonprofit-chartered organization - 501(c)(3) Federal recognition whose purpose is to promote the traditions and culture of the American Indian in the most positive manner possible. Provide Indian people the opportunity to participate, practice, teach, and exchange tribal traditions among all tribes. Enlighten the non-Indian about the history and culture of America's first inhabitants. Dispel stereotypes created about the American Indian. Develop instructional materials on Indian history and culture for an educational booklet to be published at our annual powwow. To work with other organizations in doing presentations on the Native American culture.
    University of New Mexico Law Library
      US - Southwest
    American Indian Law references
    UNM Student Chapter of the American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (AICAE) is a national non-profit organization aimed at promoting Native American professional in design professions including Architecture, Planning, Engineering, Interior Design, Drafting, and Construction Management, to name a few. The University of New Mexico student chapter is one of two student charters of AICAE.
    Upper Lake Band of Pomo Indians of Upper Lake Rancheria of California
    Pomo US - Southwest
    Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake The original spelling was xabe ma tolel. Xabe=”rock”, ma=people/person. A variation of the meaning is “The people of rock village.”
    Ventura County Museum of History & Art
    Chumash US - Southwest
    The Museum maintains a collection of Chumash artifacts.
    Verde Valley School
      US - Southwest
    VVS is a college preparatory school in Sedona, AZ. Nearly all of our Native American students are supported by the Jackson Browne Scholarship Fund
    Verkamp's of the Grand Canyon: Native American Arts and Gift Items
      US - Southwest
    Native American Handcrafted Art From the South Rim of the Grand Canyon: Navajo Rugs. Santa Clara, Acoma, Jemez, Zia, San Juan and Hopi Pottery. Sterling and 14k gold jewlery from Hopi, Zuni, Navajo and Santa Domingo Tribes. Basketry crafted by Hopi, Paiute, Papago (Tohono O'odham) artisans. Hopi Kachinas. One-of-a-kind items. Commissionable art.
    View from the Hogan
    Navajo US - Southwest
    In a remote corner of ne. Arizona, U.S.A., the war against native people continues. The issue, known to some as "Big Mountain", is barely reported, and when it is, it is clouded by propoganda and disinformation. This site is my humble attempt to rectify that.
    Viewfinder Photographs
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Navajo owned Photography business that provides photography for any project including commerical, model, wedding etc. Also produces the 21st Century Skins Calendar.
    Wakeda Trading Post
      US - Southwest
    Beads, beading supplies, cones, tacks & nails, german silver, bells, etc., shawl fringe, blankets, hides, teeth, etc., feathers, shell, pipes, knives, botanicals, drums, etc., sound and video, books & patterns. Catalog sales since 1970.
    Walk in Peace
      US - Southwest
    "Keepers of the Children: Native American Wisdom and Parenting" uses concepts from the Yaqui tribe to teach parents (of any creed or color) how to raise children to know their hearts and minds. Native ideas lend themselves to a nurturing view of parenting, to teaching children the basics of human psychology and to bringing out the unique strengths in every child.
    Walker River Paiute Tribe of the Walker River Reservation, Nevada
    Paiute US - Southwest
    Preserving Our Culture by Protecting Our Environment
    Washoe Tribe of Nevada & California
    Washoe US - Southwest
    Carson Colony, Dresslerville Colony, Woodfords Community, Stewart Community, & Washoe Ranches.
    Western Apache buckskin moccasins
    Apache US - Southwest
    Watercolor by Grenville Goodwin showing painted designs on late 19th or early 20th century Western Apache buckskin moccasins. Original is 5 x 7¾ inches. Reproduced by permission of Neil Goodwin from the original in the Arizona State Museum Archives.
    Western Shoshone Defense Project
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    The Western Shoshone Defense Project's mission is to affirm Newe (Western Shoshone) jurisdiction over Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone homelands) by protecting, preserving, and restoring Newe rights and lands for present and future generations based on cultural and spiritual traditions. The W.S.D.P. was established in 1991 by the Western Shoshone National Council to provide support to Mary and Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone grandmothers who were facing the confiscation of the livestock which they graze on Western Shoshone lands.
    Western Shoshone National Council Request to United Nations
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Request For Early Warning Measures And Urgent Procedures, submitted to The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination by The Western Shoshone National Council, in relation to The United States of America: 25 July 2005, Raymond D. Yowell, Chief
    Western Shoshone Territorial Integrity Litigation
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    challenge to "federal plenary power" by Western Shoshone National Council
    What Is In Your Heart They Cannot Take
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    by Standing Deer
    Where does Nature begin? Navajo Culture and Ecology in the Balance
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Photos, texts, maps and poetry from a presentation by poet and activist Carol Snyder Halberstadt, founder of Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land, a fair-trade nonprofit co-op that brings wool and weavings to market and reinvests in the strength of the community. (November 2002, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    whistlingwind.com
    Ute US - Southwest
    Native american music and handcrafted flutes. Done by the artist himself Aaron White. Northern Ute/Dine who lives in Flagstaff, AZ and is a singer/songwriter, who formed the group Burning Sky and Skychasers. All of his music is available on the site.
    White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona
    Apache US - Southwest
    "Dago Te" Hello, and Welcome from the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Our beautiful home abounds in wildlife, tradition, outdoor recreation and resources unparalleled in the Southwest. Home to Historic Fort Apache, the White Mountain Apache Reservation offers something for everyone!
    Wild Apache
    Yavapai-Apache US - Southwest
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    Windtalkers
    Navajo US - Southwest
    With hundreds of links to primary sources at the US national archives, tells the story of the Navajo code and how it was used by the US Marines during WWII to win the war in the Pacific.
    Wintun Jewelry and Arts
    Wintu US - Southwest
    Pacific Caliornia Northwest Jewelry of the Wintun Tribe and other surrounding tribes. Jewelry consisting of shells, indeginous beads, and basektry.
    Woolenshirt Fine Art Studio
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Oil Painter of my people, the DINE'(Navajo)Realism with Surrealistic 'philosophy'.
    www.howka.com
      US - Southwest
    Arts of crafts of Southern California and Northern Baja California. Owned by family of artists.
    www.kumeyaay.info
    Kumeyaay US - Southwest
    Informational site on Kumeyaay people. Online museums, music, dance photos/ videos, resources, arts and crafts
    Yakohmichi
      US - Southwest
    Links the current Federally-recognized (and unrecognizes), State-recognized tribes and associations of the Southeastern Region of North America. There is also a listing of the smaller Historically documented tribes. Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation links are also included.
    yanabah tea
    Navajo US - Southwest
    We grow, process, package, and sell Traditional Navajo Tea.
    Yavapai-Apache Nation of the Camp Verde Indian Reservation, Arizona
    Apache US - Southwest
    The Yavapai-Apache Nation is a sovereign Native American tribe from the Verde Valley, Arizona. Tribal members have two culturally distinct backgrounds and speak two indigenous languages. The Yavapai originate from Yuman-speaking peoples known as the Pai. The Apache descend from an Athapaskan background similar to other Apache groups to the East.
    Yavapai-Prescott Tribe of the Yavapai Reservation, Arizona
      US - Southwest
    Yellow Dog Trading Company
      US - Southwest
    Several Nations Represented (Hopi, Acoma, Zuni, Navajo, and Cochiti) Contemporary and traditional Native American Indian art featuring Southwestern jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Hopi katsinas and baskets made by masterful artists.
    Young Once, Indian Forever
    Lakota US - Southwest
    Contact and support place for Native People who were adopted out or fostered and now are looking to come Home. Lots of links and a forum where you can find support.
    Yurok Tribe of the Yurok Reservation, California
    Yurok US - Southwest
    The mission of the Yurok Tribe is to exercise the aboriginal and sovereign rights of the Yurok People to continue forever our Tribal traditions of self-governance, cultural and spiritual preservation, stewardship of Yurok lands, waters and other natural endowments, balanced social and economic development, peace and reciprocity, and respect for the dignity and individual rights of all persons living within the jurisdiction of the Yurok Tribe, while honoring our Creator, our ancestors and our descendants.
    Zuni Studio Artist Tour
    US - Southwest
    Zuni Artists open their home studios to the public to demonstrate and explain their cultural through the arts.
    Zuni Tribe of the Zuni Reservation, New Mexico
    US - Southwest
    The Zuni Pueblo is nestled in a scenic valley, surrounded by the enchanting mesas, located about 150 miles west of Albuquerque. The main reservation, is located in the McKinley and Cibola counties in the western part of New Mexico.




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