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    Name and Description Nation Location
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    A Second Century of Dishonor : Federal Inequities and California Tribes
      United States
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    A bill to acknowledge a long history of official depredations...
      United States
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    A Potawatomi Word A Day
    Potawatomi United States
    A Potawatomi Word a Day, with usage examples and audio podcast, updated Monday-Friday. The Neshnabé Institute for Cultural Studies, www.neaseno.org
    A Quiet Crisis: Federal Funding and Unmet Needs in Indian Country
      United States
    anasayfa [img][/img] Development, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Education, and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
    A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources
      United States
    Learn about African-American and Diversity Resource links that you can visit on the Internet. The sites offer a range of resources: connecting you to pages where you can access both primary and secondary documents, databases, archives, libraries, maps, images and more. The focus covers what is available for the United States with an emphasis on Florida and Central America. The links cover at least one of the following criteria; sites that offer resources at the secondary, college and university levels; sites that allow access to material without copyright restrictions on downloading and circulating materials in an educational setting; and sites from well-known government databases.
    Academy for Educational Development
      United States
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    ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
      United States
    Agustin Lira & musical group Alma
    Aztec (Nahua) United States
    Alma is an all acoustic ensemble that brings to life the Chicano/Latino experience through musical presentations. It features original compositions by Lira and presents works by authors from throughout Latin America, and employs musical styles prevalent in Mexican, Latin American, American, and Afro-Cuban cultures.
    AIRR
    Comanche United States
    The American Indian Religious Rights Foundation is a non-profit organisation working to represent and support American Indian prisoners. Our objectives are to build a public foundation of support to secure and protect the religious rights and spiritual needs of incarcerated American Indian prisoners.
    Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras
      United States
    The Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras/Indigenous Alliance Without Borders is an Indigenous grassroots organization committed to promoting respect and protection of Indigenous rights, including indigenous sovereignty and self-determination, rights of mobility and passage for indigenous members on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, indigenous workers' rights and environmental protection of Native lands and sacred sites.
    All Things Cherokee
    Cherokee United States
    A site dedicated to Cherokee genealogy, history, language, and arts & entertainment.
    All Things Cherokee Wall Calendar
    Cherokee United States
    This twelve month, full-color calendar includes photos, historic information, and even driving directions to sites of significance to the Cherokee people.
    America's First Nations Curricula
      United States
    Classroom-tested curricula about Native Americans with reproducible copies of primary source documents from Marquette University and elsewhere. These materials were created by select teacher-scholars who participated in America's First Nations: American Indians in Social Studies Curricula, a summer 2000 teacher institute hosted by Marquette University and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
    American Fisheries Society
      United States
    Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program, a summer-long, hands-on mentoring program for minority and women high school students. Includes a $1,000/month scholarship (maximum of $3,000) for participants.
    American Historical Images On File; The Native American Experience
      United States
    Contributed by Professor Troy Johnson - Contains Photographs, drawings, maps and short descriptions chronicling the experiences of the Native American population dating from the first migrations from Siberia (pre-1600) through recent experiences.
    American Indian & Alaska Native Affairs (US DOJ)
      United States
    The American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Affairs Desk has been established in the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to enhance access to information by Federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native tribes regarding funding opportunities, training and technical assistance, and other relevant information.
    American Indian Alaska Native National Service Delivery Conference
      United States
    A conference sponsored by the Social Security Administration to learn ways to be of better service to the American Indian/Alaska Native communities and to explore ways to recruit and retain more American Indian/Alaska Native employees.
    American Indian And Alaska Native Populations
      United States
    U.S. Census Bureau - Population Estimates Population by race for current and past dates may be found among our Population Estimates offerings. Annual and monthly estimates are available by race at the national level, and for selected dates at the state and county levels. / Population Projections Population projections provide population by race for future dates. They are available at the national and state levels. / The 1990 Census The 1990 census provides the richest source of race data. You may extract 1990 census data from the Summary Tape Files using our 1990 Lookup Tool. / Various data tables based on the 1990 Census:
    American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA)
      United States
    American Indian Artists Inc. works to empower Native Americans, break down barriers, and foster intercultural understanding and appreciation for Native culture. Through a variety of arts programs and services to artist, AMERINDA supports Native artists who embody the traditional practices and values that define Indian culture. We also promote the indigenous perspective in the arts to a wide audience through the creation of new work in contemporary art forms-visual, performing, literary and media arts.
    American Indian Education Foundation
      United States
    The American Indian Education Foundation was established to support educational opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native Students. Scholarships are awarded for each school year and funded twice that year.
    American Indian Environmental Office
      United States
    maintained by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
    American Indian Genocide Museum
      United States
    Museum educating through historical documents the history of genocide of Native Americans.
    American Indian Graduate Center
      United States
    "Build, promote, and honor self-sustaining American Indian and Alaska Native communities through education and leadership."
    American Indian Health
      United States
    This Web resource on American Indian Health, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, is designed to bring together health and medical resources pertinent to the American Indian population including policies, consumer health information, and research. Links are provided here to an assortment of documents, Web sites, databases, and other resources.
    American Indian Higher Education Consortium
      United States
    The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) is a unique—and uniquely American Indian—organization. It was founded in 1972 by the presidents of the nation’s first six Tribal Colleges, as an informal collaboration among member colleges. Today, AIHEC has grown to represent 32 colleges in the United States and one Canadian institution. Unlike most professional associations, it is governed jointly by each member institution.
    American Indian Law Review
      United States
    published by University of Oklahoma College of Law
    American Indian Law Science
      United States
    "to entice Native Indians and Volunteers from other cultures, into becoming involved in research and writing concerning matters of which are effecting the Native American Indian Nations, Tribes, and Bands"
    American Indian Movement
      United States
    Grand Governing Council site.
    "The American Indian Movement is attempting to connect the realities of the past with the promise of tomorrow ..."
    American Indian Nations and Tribes - General Materials
      United States
    Links to materials involving American Indian Nations and Tribes originally provided to the public courtesy of the United States House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel.
    American Indian OIC
      United States
    Our main emphasis is on the training and development of skills of American Indians; however, the resources and programs of the center is available to all persons, regardless of race, creed, color or gender.
    American Indian Prisoners
      United States
    American Indian prisoner support network for American Indian prisoners; pen pals, writings, poems, arts & crafts.
    American Indian Radio On Satellite
      United States
    The American Indian Radio on Satellite (AIROS) Network provides Native American programming 24 hours a day. Programming includes Native America Calling, our live call-in talk show or as we like to call it the world's first electronic talking circle; Native Sounds - Native Voices, a two hour music program that features the best in contemporary and traditional Native American music; and many other independently produced programs including Different Drums and Alter*Native Voices.
    American Indian Religious Freedom Act
      United States
    Text of US law, Title 42 US Code section 1996.
    American Indian Science & Engineering Society
      United States
    a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, business and other academic arenas.
    American Indian Scouting Association
      United States
    This is the official Website of the American Indian Scouting Association (AISA). The American Indian Scouting Association is a joint venture of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and the Boy Scouts of America. The purpose of AISA is: Yo help American Indian and non-Indian adults who are responsible for administration, as well as troop leaders, to develop their own talents through Girl Scouting and Boy Scouting so that they can better serve American Indian youth. To help American Indian and non-Indian youth recognize their talents and capabilities through Girl Scouting and Boy Scouting to better serve their communities. To exchange ideas about successful Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting programs for American Indian youth. To help youths of all tribes and cultures learn by association to appreciate the wide differences of people of Indian heritage.
    American Indians
      United States
    We welcome All interested in Native Americans and their decendants. Discussions about Native American concerns, and our history. Come read the Legendary Tales of old, and see pictures that speak without words. A great place to meet others and start friendships.
    American Indians and Crime
      United States
    By Lawrence A. Greenfeld and Steven Smith, U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics [released, February 14, 1999]
    Document also available in PDF: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/aic.pdf
    American Jewish Committee Statement on Team Names
      United States
    The following statement was released to American Comments Magazine on May 6, 1998, by American Jewish Committee representative, Ken Stern. Stern's book, LOUDHAWK: THE UNITED STATES vs. THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT (U/Ok. 1994) addresses the genocide of Native Americans. Mr. Stern has distinguished himself in the Native American community and in the Intenational Human Rights arena by publicly addressing issues of hatred for Native Americans. Speaking at the University of Illinois, April 3rd May of 1998, Mr. Stern chastised Jewish and other religious communities along with human rights organizations for their silence in the face of appeals for help to combat Native American defamation.
    Amerindian Arts
      United States
    Native American original paintings, prints- RC Gorman, Donald Vann, Virginia Stroud, Gibbs Othole, Quandelacy zuni fetishes, pueblo pottery, navajo sandpaintings
    Anticipating Ethnic Conflict
      United States
    This document is the final product of a RAND Institute project entitled "Ethnic Conflict and the Processes of State Breakdown: Improving Army Planning and Preparation."
    Appalachian Mountain Outreach
    Cherokee United States
    An organization working towards helping the elderly, children, and other native americans with food/household goods.
    Appropriate Methods When Teaching About Native American Peoples
      United States
    Basic understanding of how to teach about Native Americans.
    ArizonaPhoto
    Navajo United States
    Images of "Mother Earth and Father Sky" by Photographer Ed Little, Jr. (Dine)... Natural light portraits, hiking pics, "Guest Photos" submission, images available for personal use, and Model Portfolios... ArizonaPhoto is updated constantly... Check it out!
    Art of the NW Coast Natives - Deschutes Gallery
    Metis United States
    Offering museum-quality masks, bentwood boxes, plaques, bowls, jewelry, sandblasted glass, pottery, paddles, prints and original paintings. We feature such artist as Susan Point, Larry Rosso, Carl Stromquist, Richard Hunt and Harris Smith along with many others.
    Arthur Medicine Eagle
    MicMac United States
    Site gives info to people of agencies that help in time of need also Historical TRUTHS,Recipes, and games for children...Pow Wow listings...Open to all ages.
    Asian-Nation
      United States
    You've arrived at Asian- Nation, your one-stop information source on the historical, political, social, economic, and cultural elements and issues that make up today's diverse Asian American community. You can almost think of Asian-Nation as an online version of "Asian Americans 101."
    attatribal.com
    Sioux United States
    Provides customized tours to all Sioux Reservations in South Dakota; profiles and links to each tribal membership; training opportunities; sustainable tourism since 1993
    Bank Information Center
      United States
    The Bank Information Center (BIC) is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides information and strategic support to NGOs and social movements throughout the world on the projects, policies and practices of the World Bank and other Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs). BIC advocates for greater transparency, accountability and citizen participation at the MDBs.
    Banking and Finanace in Indian Country
      United States
    selected publications available from the Federal Reserve Bank, Kansas City
    Big Bat's
    Lakota United States
    Big Bat's is located on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, home of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Indians.
    Black Hawk & Son
    Sac United States
    Book about Black Hawk is finally out titled: "I AM A MAN AND YOU ARE ANOTHER". This lavishly illustrated 400 page hardcover book published by Adams Press of Chicago contains many years of my personal research and study of a fascinating historical era that spans from 1800 through 1838. It is filled with illustrations, maps and actual period portraits of people and places. This book weaves this enchanting historical period together with actual treaties, correspondence and testimony of the people who were a part of this era.
    black pinto horse fine arts
    Arikara United States
    This is a Native american fine arts site that utilizes both the 20th century expressionism and the Native american icons to convey a spiritual based message.
    Black River Pow Wow & Historical Gathering
      United States
    An annual Pow Wow in Wadhams, Michigan. Featuring Dancers, Traders and a 1750's Living Native Village. Details on dates, and location are on the site.
    Blackhawk's Path to Native American Wisdom, Poetry and Prose
    Apache United States
    Blackhawk's journey through the many faces of life in his walk on the Good Red Road. Poems, stories and teachings are shared from his heart. Your thoughts and contributions are valued here.
    Blue Mountain Metis Nation and Community
    Metis United States
    The Blue Mountain Me'tis Community is a self reliant tribal community formed to provide all people of Native American Heritage a place to belong.
    Boundaries of the Contiguous United States
      United States
    Animated time-line map showing the creation of boundaries and state lines into Indian territories.
    Breeds Collection of Tobacco History Sites
      United States
    An annotated bibliography of web sites with information on the history of tobacco.
    Bright Morning Star Creations
    Sioux United States
    Native American Lakota Sioux made star quilts and other quilted items, by Claudette Yellow enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Ready made to sell and custom made to order items.
    Broken Promises: Evaluating the Native American Health Care System
      United States
    A report of an investigation by the United States Commission on Civil Rights (2004). This is a PDF document.
    Buffalo Field Campaign
      United States
    Buffalo Field Campaign is the only group working in the field, every day, in defense of the last wild buffalo, the Yellowstone herd. BFC volunteers document all actions taken against the buffalo and advocate for their lasting protection. BFC also works with First Nations to advocate for tribal participation in all decisions affecting this last wild and genetically unique herd. Help stop the senseless slaughter of the sacred buffalo by Montana and federal government agencies. Volunteers are provided room and board.
    Bureau of Indian Affairs (USA)
      United States
    Cal Thunder Hawk
    Lakota United States
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    Lakota United States
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    Calvin Standing Bear
    Lakota United States
    Calvin Standing Bear - Recording Artist, Native American Flutist and Flutemaker. Visit his online showcase.
    Canyon Records Productions
      United States
    Since 1951, Canyon Records Productions has specialized in the production and distribution of traditional and contemporary Native American music.
    Captioned Media Program
      United States
    A visit to our Web site and a search of our catalog for materials under the heading “Native Americans” will reveal more materials related to the subject. Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons, families with a person having a hearing loss, teachers, and others who work with this population may register for our service.
    Carolyne's Native American Genealogy Helper
      United States
    Dedicated to Native American genealogy research, this website includes how-to articles that address the unique problems and history in the United States that can make tracing Native American ancestors particularly difficult. Much of the information will apply to all tribes within the U.S., but there is particular emphasis on some of the major tribes, including Tsalagi (Cherokee) which is the heritage of the author. The author is a professional journalist and dedicated genealogist specializing in Native American research.
    Cetan Num's Children
    Lakota United States
    This site is dedicated to all displaced and abused children of all ages. There are also resources for parents.
    Chad Smith, Attorney at Law
    Cherokee United States
    Cherokee Attorney, Legal Historian, and Chief of the Cherokee Nation. This site contains links to Cherokee history and other information.
    Cherokee Rose & Silena
    Cherokee United States
    We are mixed blood Cherokee women....a mother and daughter duet often referred to as the Judds of the Indian World. We were the first Cherokee women to tell it like it was, and still is, for Indian people. We write only from an Indian perspective, and believe that music is the universal language that speaks to the heart.
    Chief David Bald Eagle Ranch & Tours
    Lakota United States
    Traditional Chief David Bald Eagle will be 86 years old on April 8, 2004. His Grandfather Chief White Bull fought Custer at the Battle of The Little Bighorn in 1876. Guests at the Chief Bald Eagle Ranch will stay in tepees, learn Indian traditions and tour historic areas.
    Chief Two Moon Meridas
    Sioux United States
    Chief Two Moon is a name to be remembered in the history of patent medicine in America.
    Christmas in the Clouds
      United States
    Welcome to the first Native American romantic comedy! This award- winning film premieres in California in 11/4/05 and is co-produced by Brian Baguck Wescott (Athabascan/Yup'ik) and Sheila Tousey (Menominee/ Stockbridge-Munsee). Most of the cast is Native American, as well-- for more info please visit www.christmasintheclouds.com.
    Christopher Columbus: The Untold Story
      United States
    Many people are surprised to learn that Christopher Columbus and his men enslaved native inhabitants of the West Indies, forced them to convert to Christianity, and subdued them with violence in an effort to seek riches. For readers who are skeptical or wish to learn more, this page contains information that can be confirmed by consulting the sources cited.
    Chronology of US Historical Documents
      United States
    selected documents, maintained by the University of Oklahoma Law Center
    Clan/destine/Rezdawgs: Native American Rock & Roll
    Hopi United States
    Appearances, Fan Club,CD's, Photos and much more about the Native American Rock band Clan/destine presented by Rezdawgs. " A Mystical Journey of Traditional Native American and Contemporary Music and Dance"
    CodeTalk
      United States
    Information network sponsored by U.S. agencies with American Indian programs
    College of Menominee Nation
    Menominee United States
    College of Menominee Nation (CMN) offers two-year Associate Degree programs and certificate programs.
    Concluding Observations - Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination : United States
      United States
    Fifty-ninth session: 30 July – 17 August 2001. United Nations Document: CERD/C/59/Misc.17/Rev.3, unedited version. The Committee considered the initial, second and third periodic reports of the United States of America (CERD/C/351/Add.1), submitted as one document, which were due on 20 November 1995, 1997 and 1999 respectively, at its 1474th, 1475th and 1476th meetings (CERD/C/SR.1474, 1475 and 1476), held on 3 and 6 August 2001.
    Conservation Careers Diversity Internship Program
      United States
    The Conservation Careers Diversity Internship Program is managed by the Environmental Careers Organization in partnership with US Fish & Wildlife and USDA Forest Service to provide college students with paid training and research opportunities. The program focuses principally on college freshman and sophomore Hispanic, African, Asian, and Native American students - groups traditionally underrepresented in the conservation field.
    Coqui's Village
    Taino United States
    Sites dedicated to Taino Culture including arts & crafts and Computer artwork related to the Taino Culture.
    Council Lodge Institute, Inc
    Chippewa United States
    Council Lodge Institute, Inc is a Native American owned business which provides criminal justice and resources to all Native American Tribes and Alaska Native Communities.
    Cradleboard Teaching Project
      United States
    The Cradleboard Teaching Project turns on the lights in public education about Native American culture - past, present, and most important for the children - the Future. It comes out of Indian country, and reaches far beyond, into the mainstream classroom and into the future of education.
    Cutting Edge Translations International
    Ojibwe United States
    Native owned translation company providing translations in all major world languages as well as Native American languages.
    D-Lib Magazine special issue: Digital Technologies and Indigenous Communities
      United States
    Includes four full-length articles, a guest editorial by Daniel E. Atkins and Maurita Peterson Holland, several smaller features, excerpts from recent press releases, and news of upcoming conferences and other items of interest. The Featured Collection for March is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) web site.
    Daniel Martin Diaz
    Aztec (Nahua) United States
    Visionary artist creates mystical, surreal, timeworn oil painting
    Daystar: Contemporary Dance-Drama of Indian America
    Chippewa United States
    DAYSTAR:Contemporary Dance-Drama of Indian America was established in 1980 as a non-profit dance company.
    Department of Defense Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program
      United States
    Since before World War II, many Department of Defense (DoD) activities, including weapons testing, practice bombing, and field maneuvers, have affected Native American lands. DoD initiated the Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program ("Indian Lands Program") to address these environmental impacts.
    Desert Eagle Indian Arts
    Cherokee United States
    This site contains beautiful, authentic Native American Indian made dance clothing, accessories, native style home decor and craft items. Some special orders are accepted.
    Diane's Native American Quilts
    Creek (Muskogee) United States
    Beautiful, top-quality Morning Star Quilts and other Indian quilts by Native American quiltmaker. Photo gallery!
    Dickenson's Native Wear
    Ojibwe United States
    We have a great selection of Red Lake Nation Apparel. High quality Denim jackets, shirts, blankets and much more! Sizes up to 4XL! We are proud to offer low priced clothing, lower than what you would pay at Pow-Wow's
    Disconnecting the BIA from the Net
      United States
    The actual December 5, 2001, court transcript in which a Federal judge orders that the BIA shut itself down as regards Internet access to Indian trust fund account data. BIA representatives admit in court that they do not understand the order.
    Diversity Jobs
      United States
    Workplace diversity board – news, events, discussion forum and jobs with employers dedicated to achieving a diverse workforce.
    DiversityWorking.com
      United States
    As the largest Diversity Online Job Board on the internet, our mission is to provide a connection between job seekers and recruiters and to provide a strong Diversity brand for its Corporate members. This connection is accomplished by providing job seekers with thousands of positions to search for, matching many different professional sectors and experience levels. DiversityWorking.com’s services are marketed towards all groups underrepresented in the workplace.
    DJ Gordo soundclick.com
    Navajo United States
    I'm Navajo and I create hip hop music. I just want reviews from fellow Natives about my Skills. Thanks
    Documentation and Publications
      United States
    How to Document and File Family History and Genealogy, with key scholarly Internet sources.
    Donna's Doorways
    Ponca United States
    This is the history of the US post office mural artist in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Donna Flood is on the Ponca roll. However, her grandmother is Mary Kell Canoles Ross is full Cherokee. The page is a sharing of art, genealogy, history of the family and the town as applies to her family, poetry, and ancestral plea for restoration of a family historical site.
    Duoh! Gamer Corner - Native American
      United States
    Native American languages are richly descriptive. Can you find the locations described by these Native American place names? Play the game and find out! - requires shockwave
    E-Conflict World Encyclopedia
      United States
    Profiles nations of the world and the people that make up those nations. Over 1,400 pages of content.
    EAGLE PERMITS
      United States
    United States Fish and Wildlife Service Regulations governing possession of golden and bald eagles and parts thereof. Includes regulations for permits for Indian religious purposes. 50 C.F.R. sec. 22.
    Edward S. Curtis Collection
      United States
    Many of the photographs published by Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) in The North American Indian ([Seattle, Wash.] E. S. Curtis [Cambridge, U.S.A.: University Press] 1907 30. 20 v. E77.C97) were acquired by the Library of Congress through copyright deposit. Curtis worked over thirty years in remote regions of the United States and Canada to prepare this monumental survey. Through the support of J. P. Morgan, a lavish twenty-volume compilation of Curtis's photographs, in photogravure reproduction, was published in a limited edition of 500 sets.
    Eholee-Opal Designs
    Maya United States
    18th Century style Southeast Indian finger weaving created by Central American natives. Museum quality reproductions. Woodland Indian, Cherokee, Creek, Seminole clothing and accessorie
    Enoch Kelly Haney Native American Art Gallery
    Seminole United States
    Master Artist of the Five Civilized Tribes Enoch Kelly Haney is a world renowned Seminole Indian artist who has exhibited works all over the world. He is currently involved in artistic projects regarding the State Capitol building of the state of Oklahoma, and was recently selected as the winning artist in a competition to create a sculpture that will top a brand new $20 million dome that will be built in the next two years on top of the Oklahoma State Capitol. Come and see a wide selection of prints, paintings, and sculpture at an affordable price!
    EPA Superfund Enhanced State & Tribal Role Initiative
      United States
    Environmental Protection Agency site
    Ethnic Arts Network
      United States
    We are a community of Ethnic Artists supporting Ethnic Arts and related events and information.
    Examining the Reputation of Columbus
      United States
    An Essay by Jack Weatherford
    Christopher Columbus' reputation has not survived the scrutiny of history, and today we know that he was no more the discoverer of America than Pocahontas was the discoverer of Great Britain.
    Executive Order 13007 — Indian Sacred Sites
      United States
    Presidential order to protect and preserve Indian religious practices, issued May 24, 1996.
    Executive Order 13007—Indian Sacred Sites
      United States
    issued by President Clinton, May 24, 1996
    Eye on the Law
      United States
    Indian Country Today column with information on Native American issues and the U.S. Supreme Court
    Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Environmental Protection Department
    Paiute United States
    Environmental Department information, environmental education resources, environmental news in Nevada, environmental newsletters and publications for the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe.
    Fancy Dancer Leather Designs
      United States
    Hand-made hand beaded Buckskin Dresses for Dancers and others. Dresses are made in the Southern Plains Style..Kiowa, Comanche, Apache or Cheyenne and can be made in the Traditional style or the more modern "Contest Style". Dresses are all custom fit and individually designed. Leggings for men and women, dance purses and replacement fringe for Buckskin Dresses are also handmade.
    Feather River Tribal Health Organization
      United States
    The Feather River Tribal Health Organization (FRTHO) has been providing health care services to Native Americans in three California counties (Butte, Yuba and Sutter) since 1993.
    Federal Communications Commission Tribal Initiatives
      United States
    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recognizes that the telecommunications penetration rate on many tribal lands falls far below the national average. We have taken a series of steps, through regulatory action, consumer information and tribal outreach, to address the lack of telecommunications deployment and subscribership throughout Indian Country.
    Federally Recognized Indian Entities
      United States
    Alphabetical list provided by the NDN Rights Project.
    FedLaw - Native Americans
      United States
    list of legal materials; maintained by US General Services Administration
    First Nations Development Insitute
      United States
    Our Mission Through a three-pronged strategy of education, advocacy, and capitalization, First Nations Development Institute is working to restore Native control and culturally-compatible stewardship of the assets they own - be they land, human potential, cultural heritage, or natural resources - and to establish new assets for ensuring the long-term vitality of Native communities.
    First Nations Development Institute
      United States
    Our primary mission is to promote culturally appropriate economic development by and for Native peoples; to this end we serve as an educator, advocate, researcher, funder, fund raiser, and purveyor of information, resources and ideas. FNDI was founded in 1980 with the mission to help American Indian tribes and Native communities rebuild their economies through asset-based community economic development. Our programs and strategies focus on assisting tribes and Native communities to control, create, leverage, utilize and retain their assets.
    Flags of the Native American Peoples of the United States
      United States
    The North American Vexillological Association (NAVA), one of the oldest vexillological associations in the world, welcomes you to its official "Home Page"! We hope you enjoy the unusual topic selected for our first presentation. We believe it to be unique on the Web, a noteworthy achievement in itself.
    FLYING FEATHER PRODUCTIONS
    Menominee United States
    The Flying Feather Band is an awesome group of guys from the Menominee Indian Nation of Wisconsin. They perform any type of music their fans want to hear.They have been in the business for many years with other bands. Now they have just cut their first CD as Flying Feather. Check them out, they are great.
    Fond du Lac Elections
    Chippewa United States
    The Fond du Lac Elections web page is designed to provide the most current information about the election process and candidates running for office at the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation in nothern Minnesota.
    Friends of 1000 Tipis
      United States
    Get familiar with native cultural ministry and meet your brothers and sisters in active ministry. Each "one- a-day" posting is only a snapshot or a postcard of native life and ministry in North America.
    Genealogy and History
      United States
    Scholarly genealogy and family history links to all Internet resources.
    Global Rights: Partners for Justice
      United States
    With a record of successes spanning 27 years, Global Rights, based in Washington DC, has been working on the ground around the world, with offices and programs in more than 20 countries, including the United States. While many human rights organizations investigate and monitor human rights violations, we work directly with organizations and human rights advocates inside each country, to help groups and individuals become more effective within existing infrastructures; to better advocate for human rights where the laws are inadequate; and to ensure enforcement where such laws exist, but are ignored. Believing firmly that sustainable change can only come from within a society, we help existing local organizations build their internal capacities for challenging injustice.
    Glorieta Baptist Church
      United States
    Website for the largest Native American Baptist church in Oklahoma.
    God's Eye Ornaments
      United States
    Kid's Craft Projects: The Huichol Indians of Mexico and the Aymara Indians of Bolivia weave brightly colored yarn on a simple frame of crossed sticks to make a design called "Ojo de Dios" or "Eye of God".
    gourddancing
      United States
    Personal page ,a attempt to list some of the history of "the Gourd Dance" Kiowa origins. Credit given to all Warriors,Veterans. Listing of one of the most highly decorated Native Americans living.History of the dance,todays dance. Will be expanding the page as time and info. will allow.
    Grass Roots Oyate
    Sioux United States
    Free Online Fax for Leonard Peltier Clemency
    Greatschools
      United States
    GreatSchools.net is the nation's leading online guide to K-12 schools. Published by GreatSchools, Inc., a California nonprofit organization, GreatSchools.net provides parents with the information they need to choose schools, support their children's education and improve schools in their communities.
    Guavaberry Books
    Taino United States
    Guide to American Indian Genealogy
    Choctaw United States
    American Indian / Choctaw genealogy research links, Choctaw history, customs, surnames, etc.. Links to Tribal web sites across the US.
    haidaklan
    Assiniboine United States
    My wife and I native beadwork site. A mix of Columbia Plateau and Assinboine bead work.
    Hand Of Grandfather
    Anishinaabe United States
    Hand Of Grandfather, a weekly radio program, airs nationwide on XM Satellite Radio - Fine Tuning, Channel 76. Hand Of Grandfather is a cutting edge, eclectic mix of First Nations Music... all genres, all styles of music, the common thread is that all performers are tribally affiliated.
    Hands on Crafts
      United States
    Virtual 'art studios' with activities for kids - pottery, weaving, etc.
    handthoughts
    Cherokee United States
    HandThoughts is an educational, scholarly research resource site and magazine about beads, beadwork, beaded objects. Our mission emphasizes a poly-cultural perspective. Our links pages, now being revised, include extensive resources about Native Peoples' beadwork and beads, including early trade, contemporary bead art, and museum/gallery exhibitions of Native American/First Nations bead-related topics. We are also building links pages on archaeological looting, racism, and social action.
    Hatchet Warrior
    Lumbee United States
    With the release of Hatchet Warrior, ABK strengthens his own identity as a rapper rooted in the gangsta tradition, but with a heritage that makes him very unique in the rap business. A native of the Lumbee tribe, ABK represents the struggle of a man with an ancient heritage
    Hau Kodas
    Blackfeet United States
    Hawks Page; Walking the RedPath
    Cherokee United States
    My pages are dedicated to intritribal ways and the Healing of the Hoop. It is my hope that what I teach will bring the four corners back together as one. The ofur sacred colors of the hoop, red, yellow, black and white. Aisv nv wado hi ya bo/ Walk in Peace Tawodi/Hawk
    Healing Earth Connection
    Lakota United States
    Wojupi Wiconi Waste, Lakota for Garden of Good Life", is a horticultural program for Elementary students on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. With a focus on reconnecting with the healing energies of Mother Earth, this program brings Lakota children back into harmony with the Earth while teaching the natural balance and cycles of nature through the hands-on application of organic gardening principals. The fruits and vegetables grown in the students' garden will nurture the body and promote a better state of health for the children.
    Health Care to Native Americans
      United States
    Online Version of an Exhibit Held at the National Library of Medicine 15 April -- 31 August 1994
    Hemispheric Institute
      United States
    The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics is now planning its next Encuentro in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, which will take place from the 11th to the 19th of March 2005. The title of our upcoming Encuentro will be \"Embodied Memory: Contemporary Indigenous Performance\", and it will consist of three large umbrella topics that will conceptually frame the keynotes, seminars, performances, and workgroups: 1) Intangible Heritage; 2) Cultural Agency, and 3) Arts and Markets.
    Historical Resource Foundation
    Cherokee United States
    A Not for Profit organization whose goal is to make available QUALITY and PROFESSIONAL resources to assist in detection, preservation, and recording of historic locations to organizations, individuals and agencies.
    History Mystery - Solve the Mystery with the Fewest Clues
      United States
    Call me a daydreamer, but I’ve been thinking lots about the boat trip I took last summer on the Missouri River. It was dreamy. ''Missouri,'' by the way, is an Algonquin Indian term meaning ''river of the big canoes.'' Our country’s heritage owes a lot to Native American cultures, including the names of places, foods, inventions, customs, and even many words. I was reminded of this while on the trail of this game’s mystery subject. Do you know who or what it is?
    History of the Modern American Thanksgiving
      United States
    by Karen Nelte
    Many cultures have set aside times to give thanks for blessings such as rain, crops, food, and health. This collection of material was prepared to address some common misconceptions regarding the history of American Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, descriptions of two wars are necessary to answer obvious questions that come up.
    Honor Our Neighbor's and Rights
      United States
    Honor Our Neighbor's Origins and Rights (HONOR), established in 1988, is a national coalition of tribal,secular,and ecumenical individuals and organizations who stand together on critical issues facing American Indians. HONOR seeks to promote intercultural understanding about American Indian tribal sovereignty, treaties, land preservation, culture and history.
    Hoop Dance
    Ojibwe United States
    Native American performer of the hoop dance.
    I Believe
    Cherokee United States
    Motivational Program that deals with , Drugs, Alcohol, and self esteem.
    Ilka Hartmann, Photographer
      United States
    Photographs of the Native American Occupation of Alcatraz island, the Din'e, the Omaha, and other tribes, with new photographs added on a regular basis.
    IMDiversity Career Center
      United States
    Dedicated to providing career and self-development information to all minorities, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Women. Includes "virtual villages," which contain basic census information, articles by leading writers, thinkers, academicians, politicians and social activists.
    Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties
      United States
    C This Project is a cooperative effort among the University of Oklahoma Law Center, the National Indian Law Library (NILL), and Native American tribes providing access to the Constitutions, Tribal Codes, and other legal documents. Project Coordinators are David Selden (NILL) and Marilyn Nicely (OU). Tribal constitutions and codes are the heart of self-government for over 500 federally recognized tribes, and are the lifeblood of Indian sovereignty. The University of Oklahoma Law Center Library and the National Indian Law Library work with tribes whose government documents appear on this web site; these tribal documents are either placed online with the permission of the tribes, or they are U.S. Government documents, rightfully in the public domain.
    Indian Arts and Crafts Regulations
      United States
    United States Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 25, Part 309 (2001 edition).
    Contains text and pdf files of regulations issued pursuant to the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.
    Indian Boarding School Class Action Lawsuit
      United States
    Herman & Mermelstein represents Native Americans in claims against the United States and various religious institutions relating to Indian boarding schools. The claims relate to the physical, mental and sexual abuse committed upon Native Americans at the Indian Boarding Schools. In addition, Herman & Mermelstein is bringing claims for the genocide perpetrated upon Native Americans as part of U.S. policy to assimilate them into “white society”.
    Indian Census Facts 2005
      United States
    This PDF file provides statistics compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau for American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, November 2005.
    Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968
      United States
    Full text of federal law, 25 U.S.C. ch. 15, imposing civil rights restrictions on tribal governments.
    Indian Country Criminal Jurisdiction
      United States
    A guide regarding determination of criminal jurisdiction for crimes committed on tribal land: tribal court, federal court, or state court. Includes Indian country law enforcement links and tribal police links.
    Indian Country Tourism
      United States
    Marketing and promoting Indian Country Tourism in the U.S. both domestically and internationally. Creating adventures in Native American tourism.
    Indian Dreams Trading Post
      United States
    Indian Dreams Trading Post is your one stop store for all you beading needs, come check us out. You want beads? You have found the right place! Including Delica sead beads, beading supply, Miyuki Czech seed beads
    Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
      United States
    The purpose of this chapter is -
    (1) to provide a statutory basis for the operation of gaming by Indian tribes as a means of promoting tribal economic development, self-sufficiency, and strong tribal governments....
    Indian Identity - Who's drawing the boundaries?
      United States
    by Rekha Balu; published by the American Bar Association. Explores issues of "tribal enrollment."
    Indian Land Cessions in the United States, 1784-1894
      United States
    United States Serial Set Number 4015, Library of Congress
    The Schedule of Indian Land Cessions subtitle notes that it "indicates the number and location of each cession by or reservation for the Indian tribes from the organization of the Federal Government to and including 1894, together with descriptions of the tracts so ceded or reserved, the date of the treaty, law or executive order governing the same, the name of the tribe or tribes affected thereby, and historical data and references bearing thereon."
    Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act
      United States
    The Congress, after careful review of the Federal Government's historical and special legal relationship with, and resulting responsibilities to, American Indian people, finds that -
    (1) the prolonged Federal domination of Indian service programs has served to retard rather than enhance the progress of Indian people and their communities by depriving Indians of the full opportunity to develop leadership skills crucial to the realization of self-government, and has denied to the Indian people an effective voice in the planning and implementation of programs for the benefit of Indians which are responsive to the true needs of Indian communities....
    Indian Tribal Justice Act
      United States
    The Congress finds and declares that -
    (2) the United States has a trust responsibility to each tribal government that includes the protection of the sovereignty of each tribal government; ***
    (5) tribal justice systems are an essential part of tribal governments and serve as important forums for ensuring public health and safety and the political integrity of tribal governments....
    Indian Trust: Cobell v. Norton (Babbitt)
      United States
    Cobell v. Norton is a class-action lawsuit filed on June 10, 1996, in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. to force the federal government to account for billions of dollars belonging to approximately 500,000 American Indians and their heirs, and held in trust since the late 19th century. Through document discovery and courtroom testimony, the case has revealed mismanagement, ineptness, dishonesty and delay by federal officials, leading U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth to declare their conduct "fiscal and governmental irresponsibility in its purest form."
    Indian.com
      United States
    assists Tribal, non-profit, and other groups, and Indian-owned businesses to publish and control their own electronic information
    IndianEducation.org
      United States
    This web site is maintained by Kauffman & Associates, Inc., (KAI) under a contract with the U.S. Department of Education to assist the Office of Indian Education in providing training and technical assistance regarding the No Child Left Behind Act and the President’s Executive Order # 13336 on Indian Education.
    Indians and the American Revolution
      United States
    a condensed version of Indians and the American Revolution by Wilcomb E. Washburn
    Maintained by the Scholar's Showcase of americanrevolution.org
    Indianz.com
      United States
    Very upbeat website featuring Native News and other Internet resources including: Arts and Entertainment, the Elders' Circle, The Medicine Wheel, Money Matters, The Talking Circle and Tribal Law. 100% Native-owned and 100% Native-operated.
    Indigenous Environmental Network
      United States
    The Indigenous Environmental Network is an alliance of grassroots indigenous peoples whose mission is to protect the sacredness of Mother Earth from contamination and exploitation by strengthening maintaining and respecting the traditional teachings and the natural laws.
    Indigenous Law Institute
      United States
    "The Indigenous Law Institute assists American Indian and other Indigenous communities to work toward a future of restoration and healing. We do this by working to develop a radically new basis for thinking about Native rights, from a Traditional Native Law perspective, and by contending that Native nations and peoples have an inherent right to live free of all forms of empire and domination."
    Indigenous Peoples Council On Biocolonialism
      United States
    The IPCB is a Native organization dedicated to prevent the genetic exploitation of indigenous peoples. The IPCB assists indigenous peoples in developing safeguards to protect their biological resources, and to develop policies which prevent the unethical collection and commercialization of human DNA from indigenous peoples.
    Indigenous Peoples' Seattle Declaration
      United States
    On the occasion of the Third Ministerial Meeting of the World Trade Organization November 30-December 3, 1999
    INROADS, Inc.
      United States
    Paid summer internships within many Fortune 500 companies. Only for minority students (Native American, African-American, Hispanic/Latino college students!
    Institute for Tribal Government
      United States
    The Institute for Tribal Government is located in Portland State University's Hatfield School of Government. We deliver 2 or 3 day classes, designed by and for tribal government leaders. Practical tools and knoweldge provide a solid foundation upon which leadership effectiveness can grow. Topics include: an overview federal Indian laws and policies; how to establish key relationships with Congress; how the federal legislative and appropriations processes really work; and tools to meet tribal leadership needs. Former U.S. Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse and Native educators share their experiences and knowledge. Training regarding tribal rights and sovereignty is also available to federal and state government agencies. A video-based curriculum, "Great Tribal Leaders of Modern Times" is available to schools, tribes, and the public.
    intelligent art forms
    Caddo United States
    A Native American, A Caddo Indian's view of scientific ideas seen as Fine Art.
    Inter-American Human Rights Database / La Base de Datos Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
      United States
    The Inter-American Human Rights Database contains documents in English and Spanish adopted by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights since its first session, celebrated in 1960.
    La Base de Datos Interamericana de Derechos Humanos contiene documentos en inglés y español adoptados por la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos desde su primera sesión, celebrada en 1960.
    International Cultural Property Protection
      United States
    The United States Department of State is responsible for implementing the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act (the Act). This is the enabling legislation for the 1970 UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. In accordance with the Act, United States Department of State accepts requests from countries for import restrictions on archaeological or ethnological artifacts, the pillage of which places their national cultural heritage in jeopardy.
    Invisible Indians: Mixed-Blood Native Americans Who Are Not Enrolled in Federally Recoginzed Tribes
      United States
    Based on original interviews and correspondence, Invisible Indians explores the oral histories, personal experiences and opinions of this remarkable, yet largely misunderstood, segment of Native American society. Author David Arv Bragi is an enrolled member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma.
    Jason Tyler Gallery
      United States
    The Jason Tyler Gallery has a large collection of Native American beadwork and art from 1880-1940 including moccasins, vests, dresses, leggings, pipe-bags, pouches, knife sheaths, gauntlets and more for the serious collector or Western decorator.
    Jewelry, Beadwork, Basketry & More
    Pomo United States
    Welcome to Jewelry, Beadwork, Basketry and More, a quality company offering authentic handcrafted and designed American Indian jewelry, native to the California Pacific Northwest. You will be delighted with our authentic Indian jewelry, beadwork, basketry, and more. A nice selection of jewelry sets, earrings, necklaces, as well as affordable priced feather barrettes, are available for you to choose from. Key chains, beaded belts, & baskets are among our many other traditional and contemporary creations.
    John Marshall: Indian Lover?
      United States
    by Peter d'Errico (originally published in Journal of the West)
    Far from being an "advocate for Indians," Chief Justice John Marshall may be seen as advocating a concept of "tribal quasi-sovereignty," to protect the chain of land title derived from royal grants and colonial "discovery." Marshall's adoption of "Christian discovery" as the foundation of land title in the United States is a subjugation of indigenous peoples to 15th century theological and colonial legalisms, in derogation of their status as free and independent nations.
    John Royal Gallery - Maori Artists, New York
    Maori United States
    New York's Premier showcase for fine New Zealand Art in all media by established Maori artists. At the John Royal Gallery you will find original paintings, sculpture, museum quality Maori carvings, ceramics, textiles, prints, jade sculpture, jade pendants and bone carvings by New Zealand's leading Maori artists. Commissions, consultations and curatorial services available to collectors, galleries and museums. For your private viewing on Long Island, NY please call (516) 759-4221 or fax us at (516) 759-4201.
    joy.kbird.net
    Cherokee United States
    I love doing groud shakers, turtle shell shakers, ten shakers and I use all natural products.
    Kabotie Software Technologies
    Hopi United States
    A Hopi Indian owned software development and consulting company. Specialties include business web page design and development, web page hosting, custom PC and UNIX software development, database design & integration, and data conversion.
    Kateri, Our Sister
      United States
    Online photographs and quotations illustrate the importance of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha (1656-1680) to Native Catholics, past and present. Tekakwitha was a Mohawk Indian woman now regarded as a saint by her followers.
    Keihan's Web - American Indian Historical Information
    Mohawk United States
    Collection of links to sites containing history info on American Indian Peoples.
    KH Design & Photography
    Ojibwe United States
    Kimberlie R. Hall is a known photographer in Indian Country. She not only has her own photography business but she also works for News From Indian Country, the Independent Native Journal.
    Kimberley Lucaj Model & Actress
    Cherokee United States
    Official site for this professional native model & actress.
    Klamath Indian Tribe of Oregon
    Klamath United States
    A page of the Klamath tribes based in Southern Oregon. The Klamath Tribes are serious about achieving economic self- sufficiency which means controlling our own destinies. With characteristic energy, determination and vision, and a commitment to the larger community, the Tribes have created a modern corporate identity and an efficient Tribal organization.
    Ku Karey Spiritual Circle, Inc.
    Taino United States
    Ku Karey Spiritual Circle, Inc. Caney of New York is a Taino Spiritual organization established to increase awareness of Taino Culture, its spirituality, language and traditions.
    Lakota Country Times
    Lakota United States
    Native women owned on-line and print weekly newspaper that promotes Family Literacy in local reservation schools with "Truth, Intergrity and Lakota Spirit"
    Lakota Dakota Nakota Spiritual Group
    Sioux United States
    lambenterprises.00server.com
    Lakota United States
    We specialize in dam building and repair, road construction and repair, gravel sales, building construction and repair. We are also seeking overstock liquidation of and wholesale business supplies and construction materials
    LDS Cherokee Family
    Cherokee United States
    This site promotes peace and parallels the truths for both Spiritual paths of the Cherokee Real People and the Latter-day Saints. It witnesses of Jesus Christ as The Creator and is built for understanding that Creators's ancient Cherokee One-Fire "Original Instructions" are the same as the Latter-day Saint's revealed "Plan Of Salvation." It is given in love, equality and friendship.
    LEAD (Leadership Education and Development) Program in Business, Inc.
      United States
    LEAD is a national partnership of top U.S. corporations and graduate business schools that influences talented minority students to pursue careers in business. LEAD selects promising African American, Hispanic American, and Native American high school students to participate in comprehensive summer institutes at graduate business schools, then supports them through college and beyond by opening doors to internships and permanent jobs with LEAD corporate partners.
    Leonard Peltier Defense Committee (LPDC)
      United States
    The Leonard Peltier Defense Committee (LPDC) seeks the immediate release of Leonard Peltier. The LPDC is the center of communication between Leonard Peltier, his supporters, his family, the media, key government officials, and all other relevant individuals and groups. We also coordinate the national and international freedom campaigns through grass roots organizing, legal efforts, and political lobbying.
    Lone Wolf United Indian Tribal Association
    Cherokee United States
    Lone Wolf United Indian Assn. is a non profit native site dedicated to the protection, preservation and education of the Cherokee people in northern Indiana.
    Long Soldier International
    Sioux United States
    This site has been created to help Long Soldier, a convicted Oglala Lakota, with his struggle for freedom.
    Long Soldier International Art Postcard Sales
    Sioux United States
    Long Soldier International Defense Project is a support project for a native american prisoner, who is selling his original native american artwork, his art postcards and his T- Shirts to raise awareness and save money to finance a lawyer that helps him fight for freedom.
    Long Soldier International-Pine Ridge Support Page
    Sioux United States
    Long Soldier created this Pine Ridge Support Page to make the world aware of the inhuman problems of his people, the Oglala Lakota. This page has been created to help and support the needy people on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
    Lost Americans
      United States
    Online database for Native Americans and African Americans searching for their ancestors. Includes indian and negro military rosters; county and special census, slave census, slave names mentioned in wills and probate, and personal letters and documents.
    Many Horses Foundation
    Assiniboine United States
    The Many Horses Foundation perpetuates and teaches the Earth People's perspective of natural living through relationship with all living things.It sponsors workshops for adults and children, and provides support to Elders to pass on the teachings and ceremonies to the general public, those living on the reservations and incarcerated youth.
    Maps of Indian Territory, the Dawes Act, and Will Rogers' Enrollment Case File
      United States
    A Teaching with Documents lesson plan from the U.S. National Archives, with links to reproducible copies of primary documents.
    Marino Eagle N' Flight
    Cherokee United States
    Cherokee government, History, On-Line Cherokee Indian Store, Cherokee Indian Reservation photos
    MARUAWE!
    Comanche United States
    Maruawe! Is a native family website ,we have personal family pictures as well with links to other native websites,we are from the comanche nation of okla,our pages consist of comanche history and other family guest pages as well with tribal news,uda!
    Means Testing Indian Governments: Taxing What Works
      United States
    A critique of Sen. Slade Gorton's attempt to tax Indian governments, and a commentary on American Indian economics.
    Media Portrayal and Anthropologist Treatment of Ishi
      United States
    by Chris Watson, c. 2000
    "In 1911, an aboriginal "wild man" walked into the twentieth century white world. I will describe how the media of those days portrayed the last wild Native American, Ishi, and I will propose some possible reasons why he was portrayed that way. Anthropology was a relatively new subject then, and Alfred Kroeber was a rising star in California. He was the sponsor of Ishi. I will describe some possible motivations of Kroeber before and after his time with Ishi, based on what I have been able to find out about mankind in general and Alfred Kroeber in particular."
    Medicine Wheel Intertribal Society
      United States
    We are an Intertribal Organization open to all races, no matter how much Native blood they have, be they Louisiana residents or not. We assist in genealogy research, educate locally re Native History, Culture and Current Affairs, host annual Kids Camps, Honor the Ancestors Pow Wow and a High School Senior Scholarship, and facilitate when Native Issues need to be addresses in our area.
    Metis Nation of America
    Metis United States
    Metis nation of America's home page. It has our mission statement,constitution & code of conduct.It is a new site and will be growing with more information in the near future.
    Metis Nation of the South
    Metis United States
    A sovereign indigenous nation established under international law and co-existing peacefully within the boundaries of the host countries. This is a nation of Metis (mixed-bloods) who celebrate their Native American ancestry and practice the heritage of their ancestors within the extended family of the nation. Metis history, culture and stories in the traditional manner are shared and contributions are welcome; however, sacred rituals or ceremonies will neither be accepted nor posted. (That's why they are called "sacred.")
    Miracle's Website - Miracle the Sacred White Buffalo
    Sioux United States
    Official Website for Miracle, the Sacred White Buffalo in Janesville, Wisconsin. New on January 31, 2001. It is the Heiders\' hope that this website will help to bring understanding and answer many of the questions people have about Miracle.
    Mitch Battese
    Potawatomi United States
    Prairie Band Potawatomi artist Mitch Battese. Uses oil on canvas to illustrate Native Spirituality and American Indian concepts.
    mxdblood
      United States
    Intention is to encourage and support the confidence and esteem of mixed-bloods to live their heritage through teachings based on personal experience of over 20 years of active participation and Lifeways I have been taught by various elders.
    NACNN - Native American Casino News Network
      United States
    This section of Native American Casino News Network is designed to provide up to date news on key issues of concern to Native American Communities. We have contacts throughout the United States who are experts on issues relating to Sovereignty, Treaty Rights, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, plus a number of key bills before Congress that affect Native American Gaming.
    NAFOA
      United States
    NAFOA is a native american non-profit association that provides training specific to the financial leaders in Indian Country. It is a volunteer association that has been in existence since 1982.
    NAFOA
      United States
    The purpose of the Native American Finance Officers Association is to provide a professional organization dedicated to the improvement and quality of financial and business management of Native American governments and businesses which will strengthen Tribal sovereignty through sound financial management.
    NASA Native American Advisory Committee
      United States
    Native American employees at Ames Research Center formed the Native American Advisory Committee (NAAC) to offer guidance to NASA Ames on opportunities and methods for achieving positive, productive interaction with the Native American Community.
    National American Indian Court Judges Association
      United States
    NAICJA: an online repository of information relating to American Indian Tribal Courts
    National Atlas of the United States
      United States
    The Indian Lands of the United States map layer shows areas of 640 acres or more, administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Included are Federally-administered lands within a reservation which may or may not be considered part of the reservation.
    National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development
      United States
    NCAIED is committed to Business Development for Indian People. We are a non-profit organization, founded and directed by American Indians. The National Center is the first national organization solely dedicated to developing American Indian economic self-sufficiency through business ownership.
    National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)
      United States
    founded in 1944, the oldest and largest national Indian organization in the USA
    National Geologic Map Database
      United States
    From the USGS National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program.
    National Indian Child Welfare Association
      United States
    A private, non-profit membership organization based in Portland, Oregon, with a 26 member all-Indian board of directors. Members include tribes, individuals, both Indian and non-Indian, and private organizations from around the United States concerned with Indian child and family issues. The only Native American organization focused specifically on issues of child abuse and neglect and tribal capacity to prevent and respond effectively to these problems.
    National Indian Education Association
      United States
    The mission of the National Indian Education Association is to support traditional Native cultures and values, to enable Native learners to become contributing members of their communities, to promote Native control of educational institutions, and to improve educational opportunities and resources for American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians throughout the United States.
    National Indian Gaming Association
      United States
    National Indian Justice Center, Inc.
      United States
    The National Indian Justice Center, Inc., (NIJC) is an Indian owned and operated non-profit corporation with principal offices in Petaluma, California. NIJC was established in 1983 through the collective efforts of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, the American Indian Lawyer Training Program, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs in order to establish an independent national resource for tribal courts. Its goals are to design and deliver legal education, research, and technical assistance programs which seek to improve tribal court systems and the administration of justice in Indian country.
    National Indian Telecommunications Institute
      United States
    The National Indian Telecommunications Institute is a dynamic, Native-founded and run organization dedicated to using the power of electronic technologies to provide American Indian and Alaskan Native communities with extensive educational tools, equal opprotunity and a strong voice in self-determination.
    National Native American EMS Association
      United States
    The National Native American EMS Association represents 77 IHS/Tribal EMS services across the nation. We have an annual conference which will be in Las Vegas this year.
    National Native American Law Enforcement Association Homepage
      United States
    NNALEA is a non-profit organization comprised of Native and non-Native law enforcement professionals from every level of government. The membership includes nearly 1,000 tribal, state, county, and local police officers.
    National Native American Veterans Association
      United States
    The mission of the Native American Veterans Association is to educate and assist Native American Veterans without regard to tribal affiliation, degree of Indian blood, branch of Armed Service or combat status with regard to Veterans Rights, Benefits and Entitlements.
    National Society for American Indian Elderly - AZ
      United States
    Our goal is to provide the resources to assist all American Indian elderly to have access to services that will support them in their homes, as respected members of their communities and as keepers of their traditions.
    Native America Calling
      United States
    Native America Calling is a live daily call-in program linking public radio stations and listeners together into a thought-provoking national conversation.
    Native American Advocacy Program
      United States
    maintained by the Friends Committee on National Legislation (Quaker)
    Native American Art and Collectables
    Lakota United States
    A unique array of handmade Native American gifts, decorated leather goods, willow dreamcatchers, beaded pipe hawks, walking sticks, handmade jewelry including horn and bone chokers, bracelets and earrings by Shirley Dancing Fox and Clayton ThreeFeathers
    Native American Art Show, Great Falls, Montana
      United States
    Featuring the artwork of Native American artists from Montana and the west. Also an annual Native American art show in Great Falls, Montana. All artists are enrolled members of federally recognized tribes. Great Falls Native American Art Association, a non-profit 501(c)(3) org.
    native american bankers
      United States
    Helps tribal leaders develop financial services through new banks.
    Native American Baptist Ministries In Oklahoma
      United States
    Inter-tribal website with information for Native American Baptist Ministries and Christian events in the state of Oklahoma
    Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
      United States
    This project is a cooperative effort among the University of Oklahoma Law Center, the National Indian Law Library (NILL), and Native American tribes providing access to the Constitutions, Tribal Codes, and other legal documents. Tribal constitutions and codes are the heart of self-government for over 500 federally recognized tribes, and are the lifeblood of Indian sovereignty. The University of Oklahoma Law Center Library and the National Indian Law Library work with tribes whose government documents appear on this web site; these tribal documents are either placed online with the permission of the tribes, or they are U.S. Government documents, rightfully in the public domain.
    Native American Consultation Database (NACD)
      United States
    A tool for identifying consultation contacts for each Indian tribe, Alaska Native corporation, and Native Hawaiian organization. The database is not a comprehensive source of information, but it does provide a starting point for the consultation process by identifying tribal leaders and NAGPRA contacts.
    A cooperative project of The Center For Advanced Spatial Technologies and the National Park Service.
    Native American Documents Project
      United States
    California State University, San Marcos provides indexed Published Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and the Board of Indian Commissioners for 1871, two appendices to the board's report, and a map from the 1875 report. These reports touch on most aspects of Indian policy at that time.
    Native American Dwellings
      United States
    Indian Dwellings - as described and illustrated from an architect's view. Activity CD to teach the knowledge and materials used in indigenous dwellings.
    Native American Genealogical Research & Publishing Company
      United States
    Offering American Indians genealogy research books, State and County genealogy books, and family histories to help YOU in YOUR genealogy research* (*NOTE: We DO NOT conduct research for individuals. We offer books for you to do your own)
    Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, 1990
      United States
    To provide for the protection of Native American graves, and for other purposes.
    Native American Indian Tribal Constitutions
      United States
    Maintained by the COUNCILFIRE site.
    Native American Jewelry by silversmith White Eagle
    Apache United States
    Native American Lands Environment Mitigation Program (NALEMP)
      United States
    One of the Department of Defense’s proudest accomplishments is the progress we have made toward building collaborative relationships with American Indians and Alaska Natives. Central to our efforts to address environmental impacts on Indian lands is the DoD American Indian and Alaska Native Policy.
    Native American languages
      United States
    A sizable list of native languages and clasifications (of languages).
    Native American Languages Act (25 U.S.C. ch. 31)
      United States
    "It is the policy of the United States to -
    (1) preserve, protect, and promote the rights and freedom of Native Americans to use, practice, and develop Native American languages...."
    Native American Legal Resources
      United States
    maintained by The University of Oklahoma Law Center
    Native American Lineage Group
      United States
    Group Consist of Individuals who share a common Maternal Indigenous heritage as proven by DNA testing Belonging to Haplogroup A found among Native Americans Clans and thier decendants. We are from African, European and Hispanic backgrouds but are distantly related. Some of us Such as myself founder and moderator have researched our family histories and are re-establishing our native heritage through discussion, education, articles, links and research. Some will seek enrollment upon completetion of thier research all thanks to DNA testing and Scientific proof. Thanks to the National Geographic DNA project and FTDNA project. Thank you Shoshone Moderator
    Native American Multi-Cultural education School, Inc (NAMES)
      United States
    The Native American Multi-Cultural Education School (NAMES) is a 5 year old Denver-based 501c3 nonprofit school. NAMES was founded in 1996 when federal aid was cut for the Adult Basic education Program at the denver Indian Center.
    Native American Music
      United States
    The album "American Holocaust" is dedicated to one of Jessup's most passionately held causes--the plight of the American Indian. Using the term 'Holocaust' in the album title generated some serious backlash to the singer's business aspirations, but it is a term used thoughtfully, respectfully, and accurately. The album highlights the plight of many Native Americans Georgie saw during her lengthy stay on a Lakota Reservation, where she sought spiritual guidance from Chief Frank Fools Crow.
    Native American Playwrights
    Kiowa United States
    This Web Site provides research information and an alpha listing of Native American Playwrights and Native Theatre.
    Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of Democracy
      United States
    An Annotated Bibliography by Bruce E. Johansen
    Native American Prisoner Support (NAPS)
      United States
    NAPS provides an online database for all organisations and individuals working on behalf of religious rights for Native American prisoners to register. This incudes the registration of groups, grassroots movements, spiritual advisors, law firms & associations, newgroups, and media. It also provides an online outlet for prisoners and spiritual advisors to be heard, and the opportunity to build profiles on prisons and corrections departments. The long-term goal of NAPS is to publish its directory and to get it to the prisoners who, in many cases, do not know who to contact for assistance. NAPS is found on the Human Rights Internet website under Partner Sites. Bookmark.
    Native American Public Telecommunications
      United States
    The mission of Native American Public Telecommunications (NAPT) is to inform, educate and encourage the awareness of tribal histories, cultures, languages, opportunities and aspirations through the fullest participation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in creating and employing all forms of educational and public telecommunications programs and services, thereby supporting tribal sovereignty.
    Native American Records: Introduction and Links to Resources
      United States
    Information on Native American Research in the National Archives, Washington, D.C.
    Native American Schools, Student Groups and Related Programs
      United States
    WWW Virtual Library for Native Americans, maintained by Karen Strom - American Indians Index of Native American Education Resources on the Internet
    Native American Studies Department (U. Calif., Davis)
      United States
    Native American Studies Programs
    Navajo United States
    Dennis Rogers is an enrolled tribal member of the Navajo Nation of the state of Arizona. His specialties in tribal art forms include traditional Navajo Sandpainting, the Hoop Dance, and Northern Traditional Dances. He also speaks about Navajo Silversmithing, reservation life, tribal issues, Indian laws & legislation, and Indian gaming.
    Native American Training Institute
      United States
    The mission of the Native American Training Institute is to empower individuals, families and the community to create a safe and healthy environment so children and families can achieve their highest potential. The alliance of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and the Trenton Indian Service Area in establishing this training initiative exemplifies a model of collaboration between tribes, state government and the private sector. The Institute also conducts workshops and conferences throughout the year.
    Native American Village @ IMDiversity.com
      United States
    Essays, news, commentary and other resources about Native Americans. Suitable for educational use as well as for daily information purposes from arts & culture to world affairs.
    Native AmericanRegistry
      United States
    This is a mutal consent adoption/reunion registry for the Native American community.
    Native Americans in the Military
      United States
    This site houses the Native American Men & Women bravely protecting our home land.
    Native Art Network
      United States
    Indian owned one-stop site for finding sites related to, learning about, and purchasing American Indian Art.
    Native Artists.org
      United States
    A site featuring various Native Artists, Giving Voice to Traditional Elders and Indigenous Artists.
    Native Bead Works
    Dakota United States
    Native American beadwork. Variety of beadwork including 3D beadwork for sale. Anything from 3D barrettes to purses can be designed to your liking.
    Native Career Development
    Tohono O'odham United States
    Information on professional skills and career development for Natives.
    Native Directions
      United States
    Support and education for post detox Native American teens and their families
    Native Dispute Resolution Network
      United States
    The purpose of the Network is to create a centralized, broadly accessible, and valued referral system of dispute resolution practitioners with the knowledge and experience needed to assist parties involved in environmental, natural resources, or public/trust lands issues where American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and federal agencies are primary parties. A program of the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution.
    Native Educational Endeavors
      United States
    The Office of Native Educational Endeavors is a cooperative venture between Black Hills State University and the University of South Dakota Law School Foundation. Formed in 2005, NEE's mission is to provide educational opportunities for American Indians and to foster cross-cultural respect. At present, NEE is handling educational projects primarily for college and graduate students and K-12 Teachers funded by the Indian Land Tenure Foundation and the South Dakota Humanities Council.
    Native Expressions
    Kickapoo United States
    Native American style and Southwest clay masks, shields, dolls, serigraphs and t-shirts.
    Native First
    Chumash United States
    Native First is your Single Source to connecting businesses and consumers to the Native American business community, resources and news. A Great One-Stop Shop Web Site
    Native Health Databases
      United States
    The Native Health Databases contain bibliographic information and abstracts of health-related articles, reports, surveys, and other resource documents pertaining to the health and health care of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Canadian First Nations. The databases provide information for the benefit, use, and education of organizations and individuals with an interest in health-related issues, programs, and initiatives regarding North American indigenous peoples. Native Health History Database Citations and abstracts for information dating from 1652 to approximately 1966. Native Health Research Database Citations and abstracts for information dating from 1966 to the present.
    Native Heritage Software: Tribal Repatriation Database
    Wampanoag United States
    Native Heritage Software, a Native-run enterprise, provides resources for tribes working to repatriate their ancestral remains and cultural property. We provide products and services sensitive to the complex nature of this federally-regulated process. Our NEW Tribal Repatriation Database (TRD V1.00) makes repatriation efforts easier, faster, and more effectove through a customized program designed to meet NAGPRA's procedural requirements.
    Native Lands
      United States
    Works to protect biological and cultural diversity in Latin America, with a focus on Central America and southern Mexico. We do this by assisting indigenous peoples to develop and carry out their agendas for the preservation of the region’s natural and cultural heritage.
    Native Life Calendar
      United States
    Native Life Calendar is 12 months of Actors, Musicians, Artist and every day hard working American Indian men. The pictures are taken through out the United States. A protion of the proceeds go to help out underprivileged Indian children.
    Native Media Resource Center
      United States
    produced by Peggy Berryhill
    Native Nations Dance Theater
    Lakota United States
    NNDT is a new and emerging native dance company that tours the school systems and teaches Native History, dances, and shares native culture with children of all ages.
    Native News Online
    Wendat-Huron United States
    Native News Online is a daily publication of news and information pertaining to First Nations from South America to the Arctic Circle.
    Native Thunder
    Cherokee United States
    Native american rock group with a sound similar to the rock group Journey. Check out this up and coming group, with thier strong vocals and blistering guitar work. You will be back for more!
    Native Tourism
      United States
    Directory of Native American Tourism destinations. Search by State, Tribe or Activity.
    Native Way - Plant Identification List
      United States
    Section headings are by Tribe/Nation/Region. Plants are listed alphabetically by scientific or botanical name. We hope providing this list will help you find native plants more easily and safely.
    nativefreedom.com
      United States
    Hoping for ALL Indian Nations USA Our site will strive to introduce as many Indian cultures, aunthentic and non authentic arts & crafts, words of wisdom, and essentially all we can provide to bring a greater respect and understanding to the American Indians. A portion of our earnings will go to those Indians we can find in need, while helping them retain their dignity.
    NativeNews List
    Wyandot United States
    Provides between two and four digests a day with news and information of concern to our first nations people. NativeNews is archived at: http://www.mail-archive.com/nativenews%40mlists.net/
    NativeShare
      United States
    NativeShare is a FREE educational/employment list serve for Native Americans. NativeShare started as a project with the Urban Indian Summit in Phoenix, Arizona, in 1999, to identify and share opportunities with local Natives people. Today, the group has grown to well over 1200 Natives throughout the United States and Canada. NativeShare sends out weekly education, employment, and select event digests. Since the creation of the list serve, NativeShare averages three digest postings a week and is moderated by Alyssa Burhans and Jennifer Villalobos.
    nativestock pictures
      United States
    Nativestock Pictures is the leading stock photography supplier of Native America today. We now feature a line of colorful photographic postcards and art cards of Indian Country available for wholesale and retail
    NativeTech
      United States
    http://www.nativeweb.org/index.php [img][/img]
    NativeWeb News Digest
      United States
    A daily law news update from mainstream and American Indian media.
    Natural Communication Seminars
    Apache United States
    Management & Leadership Seminars using Horse. Cultural reintergration of the horse, horse camps, experiental programs.
    Navajo Architecture: Concepts & Design
    Navajo United States
    This site is a general interpretation of Navajo dwellings as it relates to the culture.
    Navajo Code Talkers
      United States
    U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman's web site with information about the Code Talkers and the award to them of the Congressional Gold Medal.
    navajorugsart.com
    Navajo United States
    Marilou Schultz is Navajo and is a weaver of Navajo rugs. The rugs are made of handspun vegetal and aniline dyed wool. Conduct weaving workshops/classes throughout the US.
    NDNSPORTS.COM
    Euchee United States
    A website covering native american athletes competing at the college and professional level. Featuring interviews,player profiles, NDNtournament info and free email.
    Never Cry Wolf Rescue
    Choctaw United States
    O'siyo (soft winds). Come and visit our web site and learn what we have forgot.
    NMU Center for Native American Studies
      United States
    13th Annual Learning to Walk Together Traditional Pow Wow March 19-20, 2005 Vandament Arena - Northern Michigan University Marquette, Michigan Ph: 906-227-1397 **please note that the mid-winter pow wow is not being held on NMU's campus in February of this year as previously announced**
    Noah for U. S. Senate
    Seminole United States
    This is a blog site for my campaign for the United States Senate.
    Noongo e-Anishinaabemjig
    Anishinaabe United States
    Noongo e-Anishinaabemjig (People Who Speak Anishinaabe Today). A collection of lessons, stories, songs, and resources created by an active language table in Michigan.
    North American Native Fastpitch Association
      United States
    This is a fastpitch softball site for Native Americans from the US & Canada. tournaments are held annualy by the Native American teams in the US or Canada.
    North-Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
    Cherokee United States
    "Urban Indians", the new term given us in the turbulent 1960's, brought more hardship, trauma, and bias... still, we clung to our Cherokee Culture. In the early 1970's, after residing in the north-east for some time, Ukuwiyuhi Okena Tsali Littlehawk (Long Hair Clan), coalesced the fragments of our Cherokee family that he found here in the north-east. He then established the North-Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; thereby, recreating a traditional foundation for those of Cherokee descent here in the North-Eastern United States.
    Northwest Inupiaq Dancers
    Inupiaq United States
    Multi-village Inupiaq (Eskimo) Dance Troupe, villages represented are Barrow, King Island, Nome, Point Hope, Teller. Troupe consists of 20-25 people living and working between Seattle and Portland.
    NumaGroup
      United States
    NumaGroup is a Native American owned planning, engineering and telecommunications firm that specializes in working with Tribal communities.
    NuView Systems, Inc.
      United States
    MyHRIS is an award winning web-native Human Resource solution. Companies can rent (ASP) or purchase the most comprehensive, benefits, compensation, recruiting, training, development and Self-Service tools in the industry.
    OCB Tracker-California's Native News
      United States
    OCB Tracker is a Native American owned and operated newspaper in Southern California. It has articles and stories concerning American Indian events in California, the United States and Canada. OCB Tracker is also an online news website. It has a readership of 40,000+. Subscription information is online.
    Office of Tribal Justice
      United States
    established to provide a single point of contact within the Justice Department for meeting the broad and complex federal responsibilities owed to Indian tribes. The Office facilitates coordination between Departmental components working on Indian issues, and provides a permanent channel of communication for Indian tribal governments with the Department of Justice.
    Office of Indian Education
      United States
    The mission of the Office of Indian Education is to support the efforts of local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, postsecondary institutions, and other entities to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives so that these students can achieve to the same challenging state standards as all students.
    Official Rodney A. Grant Web-Site
    Omaha United States
    Official site endorsed by Rodney Grant
    Official Site of Buggin Malone
      United States
    Buggin Malone, Native American rap entertainer, songwriter, producer, two time Best Rap/Hip-Hop nominee. 7th annual NAMA top 5 finalist and Indian Summer Music Award top 5 finalist in 2004, who is of Potawatomi, Oneida, and Ho-Chunk tribal descent. With his debut release "Birth of a Warrior" and his signature passionate rap for Leonard Peltier, he has taken Indian Country's rap scene to another level. His current release "Spirit World" made the top 5 in the Best Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B category and voting is now open at www.nammys.com!!!
    Ojibwe'Anishinaabe Biidaajimo
    Ojibwe United States
    Ojibwe'Anishinaabe is an Online Newsletter that focuses on issues related to the Ojibwe'Anishinaabe community.
    Oka Kapassa Return to Coldwater
      United States
    Oka Kapassa, a special Native American gathering is held in Spring Park, Tuscumbia, Alabama to celebrate the culture and traditions of American Indians who once thrived here in north Alabama. The Gathering is a 2 day event, Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th, 2005. Friday is a day set aside for school children and is also open to the general public.
    Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission
      United States
    The Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission is charged with the mission of serving as the liaison between Oklahoma’s tribal population and governments and the Oklahoma State government. The Commission carries out it's duty with the guidance of four statutorily determined goals: the creation of state and federal legislation; the creation of an advisory committee; the development and implementation of research projects and reports and the development of cooperative programs between tribes and state, federal, local, private entities, health organizations, educational agencies, tourism, and economic development entities.
    Olidahozi
    United States
    I would like to invite you to become a member of our website, Olidahozi (Gathering). We are primarily an Abenaki focused group, but invite other First Nations and friends of First Nations People to share with us. We discuss current events, genealogy, NA issues, news items, web links, , gardening, herbs and cooking, crafts, recipes, and many other topics. Sometimes we just chat. We have an archive under which messages are filed by topic and also a photo gallery. We also maintain a site calendar listing NA events.
    Onaj Native Specialty Store
      United States
    Providing Authentic Native American Specialty products including Native Beadwork, Artwork, Business, Accessories, Clothing, Furniture, Movies, Music, and Naturals.
    One Feather Books and Gifts
    Cherokee United States
    We specialize in Native American Books, Music, Videos, Crafts, etc. Stocking titles on such subjects as Genealogy, Language, History, Clothing, Legends, Medicine, Music, Crafts, to name a few. Voted by Oklahoma Indian Times newspaper readers as 3rd best place in Oklahoma to get Native American Books.
    One Feather Consulting
    Seneca United States
    One Feather Consulting, LLC is a 100% Native owned firm which provides EAP (Employee Assistance Program) services in North America. www.onefeatherconsulting.com is an internationally recognized EAP firm that has been working with Tribes and in the Indian Gaming industry for a number of years. We would be honored to share our comprehensive and culturally sensitive EAP product for your consideration.
    One Nation Lies
    Choctaw United States
    This site was created to help fight against organizations like One Nation who oppose Tribal sovereignty, tobacco and fuel sales and gaming. It is our hope to educate and bring awareness to all who are interested.
    Online Native American Genealogy Databases
      United States
    A listing of online Native American genealogy databases, indexes & resources.
    ONYOTA ' A:KA
    Oneida United States
    The Oneidas for Democracy are the Oneida People who peacefully uphold the traditional values of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy). The Onyota'a:ka - “People of the Standing Stone” have endured many hardships over the past few generations as they have struggled to maintain their status as Haudenosaunee.
    Our Family History -- Native Circle
    Cherokee United States
    Helping "lost Indians" connect with their heritage in the ancient Cherokee, Creek and Tehah Nahma cultures indigenous to the lower Appalachian Mountains, specifically those who intermarried with the Cooper, Sizemore, Redwine, Bondurant/Bundren, Blevins, Proctor, Davis, Lackey, Mitchell, McDonald, Troxall, Adair, Prevatt, Newberry, Goble, Fosset, Burke, Bookout and Francis surnames in KY/VA/NC/TN/GA/AL. Special emphasis on mixed blood families of Sand Mountain, AL/GA/TN.
    Our People Our History
      United States
    A history site that shows the past, gives information about the past, and learning tools on how to teach the past.
    Our Red Earth
      United States
    The homepage of a grass roots internet .org concerned with Native rights, free speech, and indirect support through communication.
    Owashtinong Chung a ming
    Anishinabek United States
    Contains information about this Native American drum group and its members. The singers on this drum are members of the Three Fires in Michigan. This is a sobriety drum that is invited to many pow wows, and is called upon for many educational presentations.
    Oyate exchange
    Dakota United States
    This forum is for research, open discussions,it was created to help people, Perhaps even find relatives which some have done by visiting "oyate exchange."
    Painted Arrow Specialty Gifts
    Cheyenne United States
    Within our website see "Regalia" Norman Hamilton, full blood Southern Cheyenne offers his Handmade Northern & Southern Style Porcupine Roaches, also Plains Style Silverwork including Concho Belts, Arm Bands & Cuffs, Scarf Slides, Roach Spreaders, Long Dancers Earrings, Blanket Pins, & Hair Ornaments.
    Patti Jo's Place...Fine Art & Photography
    Seneca United States
    The art and photography of Patti Jo, who specializes in Native Americans, the Old West, Pioneer children, and other things of our past. She can do a pencil portrait from your favorite photograph.
    PEACE PARTY: A multicultural comic book featuring Native Americans
      United States
    Two young heroes fight everything from prejudice and pollution to supervillains and the supernatural. An ongoing series from Blue Corn Comics.
    People of the Land of Lightning
    Tsalagi United States
    The untold story of the other 'Cherokees' who were the rightful tenants of the Land of Lightning - the Ani yuntikwalaski. Tlanuwah - Thunderbolt Warriors of the Sacred Ark.
    Peyote, Pow-wow, Macaw feather fans by Patrick Scott
    Navajo United States
    This website is created for people that want to learn about the artist, the product he sells, and about the purpose of why feather fans are put together, from the Native American Indian's perspective. I ask that you respect the people that own these fans, and also to have pride in having those people willing to share their stories with you on the World Wide Web.
    Photographs of North American Indians by Edward S. Curtis
      United States
    Special Collections in the Library of Congress
    Pictures of Indians in the United States
      United States
    Selected from pictorial records deposited in the National Archives by 15 Government agencies, principally the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of American Ethnology, and the United States Army.
    Poplar Middle School
    Dakota United States
    Located on the Fort Peck Reservation in northeastern Montana.
    Popular Subculture
      United States
    Popular Subculture webzine has begun publishing a series of essays and letters from "invisible" Native Americans, such as those among us who have no documentation, whose tribes are not recognized, who decided to pass as non-Native for personal reasons, or whose family has kept its Native identity a secret. We encourage correspondence from full or mixed blood Natives who would like an opportunity to tell their stories and the stories of their ancestors.
    Porcupine Quill Wrapping Techniques on Rawhide
      United States
    Quill Wrapping - a virtual demonstration, requires Flash plugin.
    Powwow Bunny's Native Poetry
    Flathead United States
    Poetry and writings sharing one Native woman's journey, some of which have been published nationally by John Hopkins Univ Press. The site also contains pages of Native border backgrounds, a short bio, and links to other Native sites.
    Powwow Power
      United States
    History Resource for powwow history, description, dancers, etiquette, dates, and t-shirts.
    Powwow Traditions
    Cherokee United States
    Being in the powwow arena, singing, or watching gives most of us a wonderful feeling. It's a certain kind of happiness that cannot be described. People whose Nations were enemies shake hands and smile. Powwows are intertribal, people from all Nations are together, laughing and sharing.
    powwowplumes.com
    Kiowa United States
    Realistic imitation eagle plumes for all styles of powwow dancers. Big & Fluffy! My plumes are made to look like the REAL DEAL! Colorful threadwork on plume base in your custom colors. Tiny swarovski crystals can be added for extra *bling*. Single plumes, Doubles, Triples, Tiny Tots, Side plume drops, Men's/Boy's Roach plume drops, Grass Dancer Plumes. I will work with you to create what you want. Native made.
    PowWows.com
      United States
    suggested subject: Pow Wows Please change your link for Native American Pow Wow Dancing from www2.scsn.net/users/pgowder to www.PowWows.com thanks
    Prickly Porcupines
      United States
    Educational page about America's second largest rodent maintained by a student at the University of Southern California.
    Procedures for Federal Recognition that an American Indian Group Exists as a Tribe (25 CFR Part 83)
      United States
    Regulations used by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs to "federally recognize" an Indian Nation.
    Program on Nonviolent Sanctions and Cultural Survival (PONSACS)
      United States
    Program research, analysis, and direct interventions focus largely on conflicts between culturally distinct groups in situations of sharp structural asymmetry with emphasis on disputes over land and natural resources and indigenous rights.
    Pyle Mountain Holsters
    Choctaw United States
    Welch, Inc. dba Pyle Mountain Holsters is a Federally recognized Native American owned business. We are an online retail store that sells gun holsters such as shoulder holsters, ankle holsters, side holsters, double shoulder holsters, hip holsters and more.
    R and M Crafts
    Shoshone United States
    Native American arts and crafts, beads, beading supplies, beadwork, shawls, hats, buttons, dancing supplies, buffalo headdresses, local pow wow information, FAQ
    R&V JINGLES
      United States
    Jingle cone and flat tin lid supplies.
    Rachel's American Indian Website
      United States
    My website has pages for 10 American Indian actors/actresses that include actor biographies, photos, filmographies, and the latest information.
    Ramona Writes Freelance Services
    Ojibwe United States
    Experienced journalist specializing in Native American/First Nations literature, travel, health and lifestyle, and performing arts. More than 20 years field experience.
    Reading Native American Literature
      United States
    Published by the National Council of Teachers of English, _Reading Native American Literature_ is a new book by Bruce Goebel for teachers of high school and college literature classes. It includes ideas for teaching works by writers such as James Welch, Leslie Marmon Silko, Sherman Alexie, and others. The book features resources that include copies of traditional, tribally specific poems and stories, histories, and a glossary.
    Red Hand Media
    Osage United States
    Red Hand Media is a full service graphic design, web design and multi- media company fully capable of providing tribes or business with everything from brochures, web sites, video production or audio/visual tools necessary for language preservation. www.redhandmedia.com
    Red Nation Society
      United States
    Red Nation Society We are more than a community , we are a society. Our mission at Red Nation Society is to build a balance of Contemporary American Indians , with traditional American Indians , bringing a needed involvement with our governing society in which we live. America.
    RedNation, Inc.
      United States
    RedNation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Teaching and Learning organization, whose goals are to educate youth and adult alike, in Traditional Native American Indian Cultures and Values, with Spiritual ideals focused on Spiritual Self Growth.
    Religious Intolerance in United States: Situation of Native Americans
      United States
    Excerpt from Report submitted by Mr. Abdelfattah Amor, United Nations Special Rapporteur, in accordance with Commission on Human Rights resolution 1998/18. United Nations Doc. # E/CN.4/1999/58/Add.1, 9 December 1998.
    Remarks of Kevin Gover, Assistant Secretary, Department of Interior (USA)
      United States
    Ceremony Acknowledging the 175th Anniversary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, September 8, 2000
    Remember the Cherokee/Tsalagi
    Cherokee United States
    Site dedicated to learning Cherokee ways, including: legends,foods,arts,language, genealogy,PowWows & much more. Astila(born & raised on Qualla in N.C.)adds new items daily.
    Researching historic FBI files on Native Americans
      United States
    by Michael Ravnitzky; "The early surveillance - 1930s-1960s - of Native American people by the FBI has been largely undocumented."
    Here's how to start researching.
    Reservation Boarding School System in the United States, 1870 -1928
      United States
    "The Reservation Boarding School System was a war in disguise. It was a war between the United States government and the children of the First People of this land. Its intention was that of any war, elimination of the enemy."
    Resources in Native American Politics
      United States
    maintained by the American Political Science Association section on race and ethnicity
    Review: Braid of Feathers: American Indian Law and Contemporary Tribal Life, by Frank Pommersheim
      United States
    by Allen C. Turner, Ph.D., J. D.
    "Frank Pommersheim, a Lakota tribal judge, artfully braids together the variegated feathers of tribal sovereignty."
    REZ BIZ: Business news for today's native american
      United States
    Business news for today's Native American. Relevant and value added tribal business and economic editorial content with a sensitivity to cultural norms of tribal communities.
    rezrunner
    Sioux United States
    "Rez Runner" is an indigenous cartoon character who's spirit and personality is very positive and flamboyant. He/She is a Grey Wolf who is indigenous to this land who's spirit and family values reflect our indigenous ways. His/Her goals are to reach youth and adults in a fun and positive way, and with a kind message that indigenous people and Grey Wolves do exist, even though we are not always visible or understood.
    Richard Cyr - Native American Musician
      United States
    Richard Cyr - Native American Musician
    Rocketfishman
    Cherokee United States
    The life of the cherokee
    Rudy Youngblood
    Comanche United States
    Rudy Youngblood, also known as Tee-Dee-Nae (which means “Strong Boy”), is a gifted grass dancer, pow-wow singer and artist. Rudy is of the Comanche, Cree and Yaqui people and was raised in Washington State, Texas and ArizonaRudy Youngblood, also known as Tee-Dee-Nae (which means “Strong Boy”) is a gifted grass dancer, pow-wow singer and artist.
    Say No The Indian Way
    Powhatan United States
    Lunging Bear introduces music, dance and stories to deliver his messages of hope, and saying NO to drugs and alcohol to the younger generation and native philosophy and wisdom to the older ones who have chosen this journey called life.
    Search American Indian Law on the FindLaw database
      United States
    Search Meta-Law Index
      United States
    Georgia (USA) State University Law School
    Seeking Native American Spirituality: Read This First!
    Cherokee United States
    Essay cautioning non-Indians seeking Native American spirituality.
    Seminole Decision could be the victory that lost the war
      United States
    by Charles J. Irwin, Esq.
    commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Seminole v. Florida
    Sherman Indian High School Alumni Forum
      United States
    A forum for Amuni of Sherman Indian High School, Riverside, CA to meet up, catch up, and share your expirences!
    Shyfire
    Cherokee United States
    A home page dedicated to Native American peoples and their art.
    Sky Designz
    Lakota United States
    Sky designs is a gallery of native american influenced jewellery and crafts. you can also buy online... all items are hand made with genuine and raw materials.
    Smoke Plants of North America
      United States
    Site for the book Smoke Plants of North America which provides information about plants historically smoked by indigenous North American people. The book includes a gathering guide to over 50 wild plants that can be smoked, medicinal smoke, quotes on spiritual origin of smoking, a list of over 150 indigenous smoke plants, stories, and more. New information sent to me by readers will be posted on the site.
    Soaring Eagle Technologies
    Cochiti United States
    Specializing in rapid prototype of hardware/software integration of various electronic systems and custom software applications for DOD and commercial clients. Our products are developed using Microsoft's .Net technology and/or the Java platform, thus making our products interoperable with various operating systems.
    Society for American Archaeology - SAA
      United States
    The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) is an international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas. With more than 6,100 members, the society represents professional, student, and avocational archaeologists working in a variety of settings including government agencies, colleges and universities, museums, and the private sector.
    Soul Wound: The Legacy of Native American Schools
      United States
    By Andrea Smith, Amnesty Now, Summer 2003 (pp. 14-17).
    U.S. and Canadian authorities took Native children from their homes and tried to school, and sometimes beat, the Indian out them. Now Native Americans are fighting the theft of language, of culture, and of childhood itself.
    Southeast Kituwah Nation
    Cherokee United States
    The U ganawvkalvgvKituwah Ayeli is a non-federally recognized tribal entity. We are not affiliated with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, the Qualla Boundary, or the United Keetoowah Bands. We have banded together to form a traditional Tsalagi Band. Our primary purpose is to preserve, protect, and practice our traditions and religion and the preservation and speaking of our language.
    Southeastern Native American Alliance (SENAA)
      United States
    SENAA International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to activism on behalf of in indigenous peoples.
    Southwest Affinity
      United States
    We sell jewelry and artifact replicas handcrafted by Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Cherokee craftspeople.
    Spirit Of A Child Foundation
      United States
    A Non Profit organization assisting in educational & holiday supplies for American Indian Children living on reservations.
    Spirit of Crazy Horse
    Lakota United States
    We are designing this site in hope that it will be of help to all Native People in their search for Justice, Fairness and Equal treatment by the public and the government. There will be links that will help guide you to information on many Native things,
    Spirit People of America
      United States
    Sept.3,4,5,6,2004 NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL Withlacoochee River Park - Dade City, Fl Sponsored by Florida Native American Indian Society Co-Sponsored by Pasco County Parks & Recreation Dept. Drumming by The Family Drum Flute Music by Doc Silver Hawk Green and his flute family Wredes and Thunder the Bald Eagle Dancing Grand Entry Friday 7:00 pm Singing Story Tellers Saturday 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm Raffles Native Food Sunday 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm Kids Games Native Crafts Monday 1:00 pm 50-50 Drawings Kids Day Friday Sept. 3 Free Admission for children Come Join Us Labor Day Weekend for a Great Time Camping Available For Info Call Bill Soaring Eagle Martin 352-583-5024 mbmartin352@earthlink.net or Jim Little Running Bear Boyton 352-796-0903 lrbear@tampabay.rr.com Admission / Donations: Adult $2.00 Elders $1.00 Children 6-12 $1.00 6 and under Free NO DRUGS, ALCOHOL, OR FIREARMS
    SportsDiversityRecruiting.com
      United States
    Our organization has been in business since 1995, specializing in job placement for women and minorities in the sports, health and fitness industries. For the past nine years SportsDiversityRecruiting.com has not only been the leading career development and diversity recruiting company in sports and health, but has been the only company in the United States to offer a full service sports diversity recruitment channel for both job seekers and employers.
    Standing Bear's Trading Post
    Onondaga United States
    A Leather and Native American craft supply store, We are Tandy Leather Authorized Dealers, a Hide crafter distributor as well as a Leather Factory service center with many other suppliers to better serve you. We carry leathercraft supplies, leather, Indian lore, beads, kits, patterns and Exotic Leathers such as snake skins, stingray, frog, Ostrich, and Alligator.
    Stanford Diabetes Self-Management Online for Native Americans
      United States
    The Stanford Patient Education Research Center has a new on-line program for Native American people living with type 2 diabetes. This will allow participants to receive free diabetes self-management materials, receive free lab tests, done entirely over the Internet. Stanford University has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to examine an Internet based diabetes self-management program. There is no cost associated with participating in the study.
    STAR, Students and Teachers Against Racism
      United States
    Through education, we seek to bring the image of Native Americans into the present, to support the well being of Native children in schools through the accurate depiction of history and by raising awareness of the need for sensitivity to Native culture as well bringing recognition to the ongoing contributions of Native Peoples today, and to celebrate the varied and rich cultural traditions of all Native people in the United States.
    STATEMENT BY LEONARD PELTIER After Denial of Clemency, January 2001
      United States
    January 20, 2001, was a sad day for all of us. I know that this denial of clemency has affected many of you as much as it has affected both my family and myself. It is a terrible feeling and disappointment knowing that this nightmare has not ended and will continue for many months to come.
    Story of Spinner Pittman
    Cherokee United States
    Website about the incarceration Spinner Pittman, including Spinner's custom made jewelry.
    Sunrise Trading Company
    United States
    A great selection of books by native authors, crafts, ladies'shawl making materials, and other crafting supplies. Run by Abenaki Lois Sunrise Cherry.
    Sweet Grass Traditions
      United States
    The total Native American experience as we live & celebrate it. Good info on Native American healing, events,recipes,language, art, music,politics,customs,etc.
    Taino Ancestral Legacy Keepers, I(nc.
    Taino United States
    We are a 501 C3 non-profit org. dedicated in teaching on the Taino Culture
    Taking and using of the bald and golden eagle for scientific, exhibition, and religious purposes
      United States
    Federal law regulating the taking, possession, and transportation of eagles for the religious purposes of Indian tribes (and other purposes). 16 U.S.C. sec. 668a.
    Talking Leaves
      United States
    Talking Leaves is designed to give K-12 students and their educators access to culturally and historically accurate information by and about Native Americans
    Terre Liberté
      United States
    Website about the Amerindian civilization in the French language.
    Texas Beyond History
      United States
    An ongoing virtual museum project of the Texas Archeological Society and the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (UT) which presents archeological materials in the State of Texas online.
    The American Indian Friends Coalition
    Maya United States
    Our initial objective is to provide badly needed aid and assistance to the large number of Mayan families that have recently moved to the United States for political asylum.
    The Anishinabe Portal
    Chippewa United States
    Chippewa Indian history links (on the same site or, Chippewa Indian history links not linked to other web sites, which means you won't have to go to other web sites) as well as an Chippewa or, an Anishinabe news newsletter.
    The Avalon Project: Relations Between The United States and Native Americans
      United States
    maintained by Yale Law School library
    The choinumni tribe
      United States
    The choinumni tribe is a non-federally recognized tribe. we are striving to obtain our federal recognition.
    The Cincinnati Zapatista Coalition
      United States
    The Cincinnati Zapatista Coalition is a non-profit group whose main focus is Indigenous Rights here in the US and throughout the Western Hemisphere, but also works on all forms of oppression here within the United States.
    The Context and Meaning of Family Strengthening in Indian America
      United States
    A report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, investigating the role of families in improving child and community welfare in American Indian communities. This is a PDF document.
    The Council of Maya Elders Website
    Maya United States
    A page constructed by the Ajq'ijaab' Elders of the Maya Nation. It's main goal is to educate people with Maya teachings including cultural and historical information.
    The Fannie Lou Hamer Project
      United States
    The Fannie Lou Hamer Project is a part of a national grassroots movement that connects the history of earlier voting and civil rights struggles to the ongoing struggle for campaign finance reform. The Project serves as a vehicle for communities of color to engage in campaign finance initiatives.
    The Forgotten Heritage: African-Amerindian Relations in America
      United States
    by Walton L. Brown, from Proteus, Volume 9, Number 1, Fall 1992
    The Indigenous Circle
      United States
    The Lodge of Dancing Leaves
      United States
    Dear Brothers and Sisters This page is in memory of my babies and in memory of my ancestors.
    The Mexi'cayotl Indio Cultural Center
    Aztec (Nahua) United States
    Since 1980, the Mexi'cayotl Indio Cultural Center and its resident traditional Azteca dance circle, "Danza Mexi'cayotl" is dedicated to teaching and preserving the Native American heritages of Mexico and the Southwestern United States.
    The MUSIC of DAVID LITTLE ELK
    Lakota United States
    David Little Elk is a Lakota from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. He composes music that promotes the Lakota ways which develop complete health: physically, spiritually, mentally, and emoti
    The Native American Music Ring
      United States
    The home of the Native American Music webring. Sites linked to one another for the purpose of promoting music by native american performers, songwriters, and record labels in an effort to better promote native american music projects nationwide.
    The Native Voice
      United States
    The new national Native newspaper. The Native Voice. For all Our Relations. The fastes growing native newspaper in the united states.
    The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis
      United States
    American Memory, Library of Congress. The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis is one of the most significant and controversial representations of traditional American Indian culture ever produced. This collection was originally published in book form in the early 20th century and contains references to Native American Indians that reflect the attitude of the time. There are also materials in the collection that were not meant for public viewing. The Library of Congress has included all images in this collection, which contains over 1500 illustrations and 700 portfolio plates. The site may be searched by keyword, browsed by subject, or browsed by tribe/geographic location.
    The One Who Walks
    Mohawk United States
    Native American poetry by Mohawk poet/author Lawrence T.
    The Prairie Fibers Company
      United States
    Carry a complete line of Natural Dyes, Paints & Pigments. We have a very large selection of dyes native to the Plains/Prairie We have an extensive line of Natural Dye books, fibers and fabric ready for dyeing in addition to fabrics and fibers that have been eco-dyed using natural dyes.
    The Red Nation Society
    Blackfeet United States
    This Is A Circle Of learning, sharing, teaching, growing, and most of all, Friendship! A melting pot of Friendship Spirits!
    The Roots of NAGPRA
      United States
    An interview with Professor Steve Russell, the University of Texas at San Antonio. Prof. Russell is a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and is also a judge in Texas.
    The Tribal Employment Newsletter
      United States
    Providing employment and recruitment services for Native Americans and employers interested in maintaining a diversified workforce. Whether you are looking for a great new job or are recruiting for highly qualified Native Americans. The Tribal Employment Newsletter. It's where you find them!
    The Zapatista
      United States
    The information revolution is leading to the rise of network forms of organization, whereby small, previously isolated groups can communicate, link up, and conduct coordinated joint actions as never before. A RAND Institute report views the Zapatista movement in Mexico as a seminal case of "social netwar."
    This Week in American Indian History
      United States
    maintained by Phil Konstantin
    tipis-tepees-teepees
      United States
    A comprehensive web site on tipis. Covers historical to modern uses of the lodge. Goes into material, transportation, construction, living in, decoration etc. Large picture heavy site on tipis.
    Tiyospayas : An Oglala Genealogy Resource.
    Lakota United States
    suggested nation: Oglala Tiyospayas is dedicated to preserving Oglala Genealogy. The purpose of this site is to keep the stories and histories of our families alive. A place for our elders to reminisce, a place for our youth find out about where they come from and who they're related to, and a place for relatives to find themselves again. All queries and submissions are Welcome although the webmaster reserves the right to post information or not.
    Traditional Native American Flutes & Music by Troy De Roche
    Blackfeet United States
    Expressing the traditional values and spiritual nature of Native American people through music is the goal of Troy De Roche, an enrolled member of the Blackfeet Nation.
    Traveling Horse Art Gallery
    Kiowa United States
    Traveling Horse Art Gallery presents Woodblock Prints by artist Tennyson Reid. This site also features beadwork art by Marilyn Yeahquo. This site is Indian owned by Marilyn Yeahquo, Kiowa.
    Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
      United States
    A national public interest law firm dedicated to using trial lawyers' skills and resources to create a more just society. Includes a searchable database of contacts and resources for American Indians' and Indigenous Peoples' rights.
    Tribal Boy Design
    Ojibwe United States
    Dedicated to providing Native American culture through dynamic apparel, graphic design, web design, and traditional art to Natives world wide
    Tribal Child Care Technical Assistance Center
      United States
    Since January 1998, Native American Management Services (NAMS), a Native American women-owned small business, has operated the Tribal Child Care Technical Assistance Center under contract to the US HHS Child Care Bureau. Technical assistance under this contract supports Indian Tribes and Tribal organizations in their efforts to enhance the quality, affordability and supply of child care.
    Tribal Court Clearinghouse
      United States
    devoted exclusively to providing information to people working in Native American tribal courts
    Tribal Sovereign Tees
    Navajo United States
    Tribal Sovereign Tees is a native owned and opereated apperal business. Our designs are contemporary, innovative, and original. Our entire product line is intended for native or indegenous communities. We are proud of a our line and those who wear them are proud people as well.
    Tribal Unity
      United States
    Welcome to Tribal Unity! Native American Pictures, Links, Stories, Wisdom and explanation to 'What is a Pow Wow,' some Native Item Meanings, and so much more! Please stop in for a visit with us!
    Tribal Women
      United States
    Welcome and don't be shy....this is the place to meet, greet, and even find love if you can with stand the heat to seek the one that makes your life just a little bit better. So take a chance to find romance, we all need a little love. I just ask that you have fun and feel free to add emails or just messages that tell us about you. We are a group dedicated to helping the real Native American Romance singles find their mates for romance and friendship!
    TribalCourts.com
      United States
    The official gateway to the VersusLaw Tribal Court Database - believed to be the first national database dedicated to tribal court opinions. The Tribal Court Database is being developed in cooperation with the National American Indian Court Judges Association
    TribalNet
      United States
    TribalNet is an organization with the goal of helping all tribes make well informed decisions on the use of technology in their organizations. We do this primarily through information in the website and through our annual conference. The conference and website provide information and a support network to technology decision makers in tribes across the country that never previously existed.
    Turtle Island Project TV
    Lakota United States
    Midwest - Michigan's Upper Peninsula These are videos from new non-profit Turtle Island Project. The Turtle Island Project in Munising, MI (Upper Peninsula along Lake Superior) promotes respect for all Indigenous Peoples and the environment. The TIP promotes First Nations peoples heritage - and we believe all mankind can learn about respect for nature by learning the traditions and teachings of Indigenous peoples. We fight http://turtleislandtv.blip.tv/overty, racism, intolerance, domestic violence, teen suicide, sexual assault and many other social ills.
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
      United States
    The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is an independent, bipartisan agency established by Congress in 1957 to investigate discrimination or denial of equal protection of the laws under the Constitution because of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin, or in the administration of justice and issue reports of these investigations.
    U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1873
      United States
    maintained by The Library of Congress National Digital Library Program and the Law Library of Congress; historic records for research in law, history, genealogy, and other areas
    U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) Report on Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Schools
      United States
    In 2001, the U.S. Congress directed GAO to examine the adequacy of Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) school funding. This report shows that expenditures in selected schools are comparable to similar public schools, but data are insufficient to judge the adequacy of funding. The link above is to a highlight document. The full document, GAO-03- 955, is also available from the GAO site. [These are PDF documents. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view them.]
    U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library -- Indian Nations and Tribes
      United States
    U.S. Indian Law Materials
      United States
    maintained by Cornell Law School
    U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
      United States
    includes hearing schedule, briefing papers, legislation, live hearing webcasts and other information about the work of the committee
    UCLA Extension
      United States
    UCLA Extension offers a online course in Legal Research, Analysis and Writing in a Tribal Context beginning January 14 through March 25, 2003. Presented in cooperation with Project Peacemaker, UCLA American Indian Studies Center and the Tribal Law and Policy Institute.
    Ulali Official Home Page
      United States
    Home of the First Nations female a capella trio Ulali. Featuring tradional and contemporary Native American Music. Tour schedule, sound clips, photos,links, cds for sale.
    Under-representation of Native Americans in the Mainstream Media
      United States
    by Franki Webb
    From the beginning of cinema, Native American culture has been represented stereotypically: Indians are portrayed as proud, independent and honourable peoples or as blood thirsty savages. Hollywood tends to ignore the historical perspective of Indian cultures and rarely offers a well-grounded understanding of Indian identity.
    Understanding anti-Indian Prejudice: Test Your Native IQ
      United States
    A 10-item test will probe your knowledge of Native American issues, Native American history and contemporary life. The site was developed by Professor Scott Plous of Wesleyan University.
    United Indigenous Sovereignty Organization
    Choctaw United States
    UISO is a grassroots human rights organization. Our main objective is to spread correct information on every issue concerning Indigenous people world wide. Our focus will be on culture, politics, environment, education, philosophy & religion, judicial matters, history; and to attempt to better and/or remedy existing situations on/in the indigenous communities: land & treaty rights, fishing/hunting & gathering rights, freedom of religion, exploitation of natural resources, anti-defamation, repatriation of artifacts & human remains; and to form a bridge between people of different cultures.
    United South and Eastern Tribes
      United States
    Official website of the United South and Eastern Tribes of the United States, Inc. This organization is dedicated to enhancing the development of Indian Tribes, to improving the capabilities of Tribal governments, and assisting the member Tribes and their governments in dealing effectively with public policy issues and in serving the broad needs of Indian people.
    United States Code
      United States
    all federal laws
    United States Code, Title 25, Indians
      United States
    federal laws pertaining specifically to American Indians
    Unity Healthnet
    Ojibwe United States
    Health Services: Grant Writing Grants Management Health Planning Telemedicine Medical Supplies
    Unratified US-Indian Treaties and Agreements, 1792-1883
      United States
    Selected documents from Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Vol. II. (Treaties.) Compiled and Edited by Charles J. Kappler, LL. M., Clerk to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1904.
    Upper Midwest Rock Art Research Association
      United States
    The Upper Midwest Rock Art Research Association is dedicated to publicizing the petroglyph and pictograph research being conducted in the Upper Midwest of the United States, including - but not limited to - Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota.
    US Dept. of Energy: Indian Issues and Points of Contact
      United States
    USDA, NRCS, National Plant Data Center
      United States
    The National Plant Data Center (NPDC) focuses resources on the acquisition, development, integration, quality control, dissemination and access of plant information; NPDC incorporates new plant technology into the agency's automated tools. The NPDC is responsible for the PLANTS database, which focuses on the vascular and nonvascular plants of the United States and its territories. The PLANTS database includes checklists, distributional data, crop information, plants symbols, plant growth data, references and other plant information. PLANTS reduces costs by preventing the duplication of efforts and by making information exchange possible across agencies and disciplines.
    USGW Census Project Native American
      United States
    Our website recruits volunteers to help us get the Native American (as well as all other) census records transcribed, proofread and then uploaded to the internet for research by all at no cost. We have listed on our website all "known" records that are available for transcription and several are already online as we strive to reach our goal of ALL the records eventually available to all. Our Native American records cover all tribes that we "know" about all across the United States.
    USP Atlanta Native American Prisoners
      United States
    USP Atlanta Native American Prisoners is the page for the Native inmates of the Atlanta Federal Prison. The purpose of the site is to foster contact and communication for the inmates with the outside. Let them know they are NOT forgotten. Very new, the site currently contains the applications submitted by the participating inmates, and some artwork. As contributed, additional artwork, information, stories, will be shared.
    Walk to Remember
    Anishinaabe United States
    The Walk to Remember, Summer 2000, was lived as a sacred journey around Lake Superior to bring forth community visions to protect the air, land and water for the Seven Generations yet to come. Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, is an important source of food, livelihood and drinking water. Lake Superior is also an important part of the spirituality of the Anishinabeg. It is now threatened due to contamination, global warming caused by over-development, and a growing,global water crisis that further threatens the sanctity of its waters and many life forms that depend on clean waters.
    Walker River Boxing Club
    Paiute United States
    Official Site of The Walker River Boxing Club. Native American Amateur Boxing Club. Schurz, Nevada. Boxing Links. Native American Links.
    Walking a Mile: A First Step Toward Mutual Understanding
      United States
    This new study is one of the most in-depth examinations ever made of the thinking of American Indians and non-Indians about each other. The research--based on 12 focus groups conducted in 2006 and 2007--explores Indians' perceptions of their own place in contemporary American society and how non-Indians view American Indians, what they know (or think they know), the generalizations they make and stereotypes they hold, how their perceptions were formed and their interest in learning more. The research was made possible by a grant from The Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation.
    Walking Spirit Pottery
    Apache United States
    Fine Museum Quality Micaeous Pottery. Conducting demonstrations, lectures, workshops, private lessons, and pottery for sale.
    Warriors for Christ:discipleship training for American Indians
      United States
    Christian ministry for urban and reservation American Indians/Native, set up to encourage and strengthen spiritual growth of Native Americans through evangelism and discipleship training and to strengthen and plant Native churches on Indian reservations and urban areass throughout North America.
    Water law: selected cases
      United States
    Web of Life Enterprises
      United States
    Web of Life Enterprise seeks to bring some justice and comfort to those who are suffering on the Indian reservations in South Dakota. Money, goods and services are all required to bring change there, to better the housing, to bring warm clothing and blankets to the elderly, to provide boots and coats to children in a place where winter seems to begin just only after it has ended. Your contribution of money or of the goods that are so hard to come by in these often remote places will not only alleviate discomfort but can also provide the means for the people on these reservations to work towards bettering the future for their children. Deliveries are FREE to the recipients. Thank you for your generosity.
    Welcome to iBead
      United States
    We are a large importer and wholesaler of swarovski crystals. Glass Beads, Findings, Bali Silver, Alphabet Beads, Tools and just about anything you need for your beading.
    Western American Indian Chamber
      United States
    Provides support for Native business and economic development. Emphasis on community-based Native tourism enterprise start-up and marketing. Advocates values of cultural preservation, community cooperation and land stewardship.
    White River Cherokees - Arkansas Cherokees
    Cherokee United States
    Information website for the Arkansas Cherokee Nation who lived in the Arkansas Territory. Old Settler Cherokees, Census Lists!
    Who stole the teepee? NMAI
      United States
    Reflections on Native Realities: "Who stole the tee pee?" is a question posed by artist George Littlechild. It's another way of asking, "What happened to our traditions?" Missionaries, soldiers, teachers, government officials, and social reformers took away much of what our ancestors had. Did they steal the tee pee? Or did they create a situation in which some of our relatives were more than willing to give it up?
    Wicked Hatchets
    Lumbee United States
    Lumbee Indian making it "BIG" in music career
    wildhorse production
    Metis United States
    Theresa Ducharme from the Metis Nation of Manitoba, Conducting self-esteem seminars and workshops for adults and youths.
    Wisdom of the Elders
      United States
    Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. is an American Indian not for profit corporation whose mission is the cultural preservation and sharing of the indigenous elders' oral history and cultural arts.
    WISDOMKEEPERS
      United States
    This website is devoted to bringing their message, their voices, their stories, their visions to all of humanity. They share with us the Original Instructions that show each of us the personal path we need to follow as spiritual human beings in order to perform that task.
    Woihanble Yuwita Habitat for Humanity
    Sioux United States
    Volunteers helping to build decent affordable housing for people in need on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
    Wolfs Robe aka Flute Man
    Shawnee United States
    Traditional Native American flute performer and Educator.
    Working Effectively with Tribal Governments: EPA Training Resource Guide
      United States
    This document is designed to inform U.S. Environmental Protection Agency personnel about the EPA Indian Program and its implementation.
    worldlinktv
      United States
    Thursday nights on direct tv and Dish network tv---- 9:pm check out the program listings it is called "First people's TV" every week great documantries and stories of our people!
    Wotanging Ikche
    Cherokee United States
    Wotanging Ikche is a weekly news e-zine featuring editorial content, news relating to idigenous peoples from both mainstream and original sources, events listings, obituaries, poetry and some historic documents.
    Wotanin Wowapi Online
      United States
    The Wotanin Wowapi is North America's oldest Indian weekly newspaper.
    WOUNDED KNEE: A Campaign to Rescind Medals
      United States
    Twenty U.S. soldiers received Medals of Honor for their actions in the Wounded Knee massacre. Trying to correct history, Native Americans want the medals rescinded.
    www.airsoilwater.com
    Ponca United States
    ASW Associates, Inc. is an American Indian Owned and managed environmental and engineering consulting firm with headquarters in Lincoln, Nebraska.
    www.lakotatimes.net
    Lakota United States
    A weekly Lakota newspaper and online edition that covers westeran South Dakota Indian country.
    www.nativeresearch.com
      United States
    Comprehensive Tribal Directory software featuring tribes as well as tribally oriented government agencies, service organizations, and enterprises. Contemporary Native America Map Displays
    www.whitecloudindustries.com
    Ioway United States
    Furniture, office, pool,restaurant, lodging Fabrics, commercial and residential. Native American prints Lamps/lighting Native American Decor'Wolf, bear, moose, deer, elk, buffalo tapestry wallhangings beautiful home decor and more
    Ökwanyääshâôt - Mingo Nation Southern Band
    Mingo United States
    Dedicated to the revitalization of the Mingo Language and Culture.




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