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    Resources: 14 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library and Information Resource Network
    The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library Resource Network (ATSILRN) originated in November 1993. It was one of the recommendations to come out of the Gathering and Sharing Workshop held at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. In 1995 the name was changed to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library and Information Resource Network, ATSILIRN. In November 1999 ATSILIRN acquired an Australian Business Number (ABN) and registered for GST. Then, in September 2000 ATSILIRN became incorporated in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
    More sites on home.vicnet.net.au
    American Indian Library Association
    AILA is an affiliate of the American Library Association (ALA). We plan to gradually add information about what we do as well as highlights from our Newsletter and links to other Native and minority library organizations.
    More sites on www.ailanet.org
    Books on Images & Stereotypes of Native Americans
      US - West
    Compiled by the University of Southern California Library.
    More sites on www.usc.edu
    Boundary & Territorial Issues
    Compiled by the International Boundaries Research Unit of the Politics-State-Space research cluster in the Department of Geography at the University of Durham (UK).
    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.
    Digital Librarian Native American Resources
    Native American Resources compiled by Digital Librarian, a librarian's choice of the best of the Web. An excellent resource page maintained by Margaret Vail Anderson, a librarian in Cortland, New York.
    Early Canadiana Online
    Early Canadiana Online (ECO) is a digital library providing access to over 1,145,000 pages of Canada's printed heritage. It features works published from the time of the first European settlers up to the early 20th Century.
    Indigenous Peoples of Australia
    This is a web-site on the Indigenous People of Australia, the traditional owners of the land, which we call "Australia".
    More sites on www.ldb.org
    MicMac US - Northeast
    "I felt I should set up a web-page about the beautiful people I worked with, and here's one on the Mi'kmaq." This is not the official page of the Mikmaq.
    More sites on www.ldb.org
    Native American Records: Introduction and Links to Resources
      United States
    Information on Native American Research in the National Archives, Washington, D.C.
    More sites on www.archives.gov
    illustrations of the use of indigenous knowledge in cost-effective and sustainable survival strategies; a co-product of the Centre for International Research and Advisory Networks and UNESCO
    More sites on www.unesco.org
    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.
    More sites on memory.loc.gov
    WWW Virtual Library - American Indians
    An Index of Native American Resources on the Internet, maintained by Karen Strom.
    More sites on www.hanksville.org
    WWW Virtual Library: Circumpolar Peoples.
    Links to a wide range of information about Indigenous Peoples in the Circumpolar Region
    More sites on www.ldb.org

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