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Pow Wows
Pow Wows

Char-Koosta News Pow Wow Calendar - Upcoming Pow Wows - Where's it going
on? Find out when and where the next pow wow will be in an area near you!

Council Tree Pow Wow - 5th Council Tree Pow Wow & Cultural Festival
September 24, 25, & 26 1999. Council Tree Pow Wow & Cultural
Festival celebrates the traditions and heritage of the Ute people and all
American Indian people with contest dancing, Indian Arts Market and more!

Join the People's Dance - Powwows - A list of major powwows that occur
annually throughout the state. Please call ahead to verify time and
location. http://www.state.sd.us/state/executive/tourism/sioux/powwows.htm

Links to American Indian PowWow & Events; Smaller; and Miscellaneous Sites
- A long list of web sites about Indian PowWow & Events.

Native American Indians - Pow-Wow Information - Below is an informational
resource to help you understand what a powwow is and also to help you enjoy
them more if you get an opportunity to go to one. There is also a connecting
page with a listing of powwows, and a photo album of a recent powwow.

Native American Sites - Powwows - Following are links to sites that
maintain listings of upcoming powwows, as well as provide information on
powwow dancing and customs. http://info.pitt.edu/~lmitten/powwows.html

Pow Wow Dancing - Men's Dance Styles, Women's Dance Styles, Pow Wow
Information, Pow Wow Calendar. http://www.powwows.com/dancing/index2.html

Prairie Band Potawatomi Pow Wow 1999 - June 11th, 12th & 13th, 1999.
Contest and Drum Money Grand Entry Friday - 7:00 p.m., Saturday - 1:00 p.m.
& 7:00 p.m., Sunday - 1:00 p.m. http://www.kcwebsites.com/powwow/

The Pow Wow Trail by Julia White - A Native American Pow Wow is a wonderful
experience, but little information is available to the general public on
this ancient custom. That is why this book has been written - so that
everyone may understand and enjoy the spectacle of the dancing, and the
activities going on both in the arena, and on the grounds around them.


American Indian Records on Microfilm - A Select Catalog of NARA Microfilm
Publications. http://www.nara.gov/publications/microfilm/amerindians/

Ancestry.com - the largest collection of family history data online. We add
new databases and reference materials to our library every day to provide
the web's fastest, simplest and most complete resource for family history

Bureau of Indian Affairs: Establishing American Indian Ancestry - How do I
begin the search for my ancestors? Where do I look for information?
Enrollment in a federally recognized tribe. What are the benefits &
services provided? Contacting a Tribal Entity.

Cherokee Messenger - So Your Grandmother Was a Cherokee Princess? - More
and more frequently, more and more people are discovering their Cherokee
ancestry. The first step is tracing your lineage. I have compiled
information here to help you get started. You will need access to a
genealogy library. Some church libraries also have these records. I hope you
find this information useful.

Cyndi's List of Geneology Sites on the Internet: Native American General
Resource Sites, History & Culture, Libraries, Archives & Museums,
Mailing Lists, Newsgroups & Chat, People & Families, Professional
Researchers, Volunteers & Other Research Services, Publications,
Software & Supplies, Records: Census, Cemeteries, Land, Obituaries,
Personal, Taxes and Vital Societies & Groups, Specific Tribal or Nation
Resources, USGenWeb Project ~ Native Americans.
URL: http://www.cyndislist.com/native.htm

DOI, BIA, Native American Ancestry - Native American Ancestry: Ancestry,
Genealogical Research, Cherokee Ancestry.

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site - The online site of Family Tree Maker.
Find your ancestors in the 171 million-name FamilyFinder Index, use our
1200-page How-To Guide, message boards, and more!

Genealogical Research for Native Americans - Our staff in the Department of
Anthropology receive many inquiries on how to conduct genealogical research
on Native American ancestry. The following text has been compiled by our
staff to assist you in locating sources of information. Please note that the
Smithsonian Institution is not a source for genealogical research and has no
records relating to Indian census or Indian tribal rolls.

How to Find Native American Ancestry - Searching for information about a
Native American ancestor? You may find the following sources in the Special
Collections Department useful as you compile your research. The General
Sources include basic information on how to start your research as well as
descriptions of the types of records available. The Tribal Sources provide
information or records related to specific tribes.

Index of Native American Genealogy Resources on the Internet-Use the
resources above to trace your own roots and to find help in doing so.

Native American Family History: The Source Guidebook of American Genealogy
- Employment of sound research methodology, fine attention to detail with
complete and accurate recording of all relevant and associated data, and a
willingness to search for all possible data from a multiplicity of
information sources-these are the keys to successful Native American
genealogical research. The following sections provide numerous vital details
useful for identifying extant records, becoming familiar with the historical
and genealogical data included in those records, and accessing the specific
materials needed to further research endeavors. MAKE SURE TO CLICK THE "Next
Page" Button! Pages: 521-569. http://www.ancestry.com/home/source/src441.htm

Native American Genealogy - There are many unique problems encountered when
researching American Indian genealogy. The traditions, naming customs and
kinship systems varied widely among different tribes; and so, it is usually
necessary that the researcher become familiar with those that pertain to a
particular tribe. http://www.system.missouri.edu/shs/nativeam.html

Native American Genealogy - Osiyo - We now have pages up on Cherokee,
Choctaw, Lakota with lots more coming for Native American Genealogy. We are
hoping to build sites for all the different Indian Nations as time
progresses. http://hometown.aol.com/bbbenge/front.html

Native American Heritage: Genealogy, Tribal Membership & Dawes Roles - You
are about to embark on a journey of courage and discovery. For the thousands
upon thousands of people in the United States who have Indian blood,
"Tracing Your Native American Heritage" is a step-by-step guide to
connecting with that American Indian ancestry.

Native Genealogy Webring -
http://members.tripod.com/~kjunkutie/natvrng.htm" > Native Genealogy

The People's Paths - Genealogy Information Links - Links to Genealogy
Information Concerning Native American Indian Ancestry!

The USGenWeb Project - The USGenWeb Project. We are a group of volunteers
working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in
every county and every state of the United States.

Health Care

American Indian and Alaska Native Health (CBM 96-6) - This publication is
intended to serve as a useful resource for those interested in gaining a
better understanding of health issues of special concern to American Indians
and Alaska Natives. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/cbm/amindhlt.html

American Indian Health Resources - Governmental Links, National Public
Health Education and Research Facilities, National Public Health Networks /
Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO's) / Private Associations, Publications.

Challenges of Native American Health and Welfare for next the Millennium -
American Health and Welfare Conference, Tucson, Arizona. OCTOBER 23, 1998.

Health Information Resources - Toll-Free Numbers for Health Information -
Health Information Resources - National Health Information Center's (NHIC)
web site with links to various health care, medical, and institutional web
sites. This document lists toll-free numbers organizations that provide
health related information. The numbers do not diagnose or recommend
treatment for any disease. Some numbers offer recorded information; others
provide personalized counseling, referrals, and/or written materials. Unless
otherwise stated, numbers can be reached within the continental United
States Monday through Friday, during normal business hours, and hours of
operation are eastern time. Numbers that operate 24 hours a day can be
reached 7 days a week unless otherwise noted. This information is in the
Public Domain. Duplication is encouraged.

Health of Native People of North America: An Annotated Mediagraphy, Part I
- The purpose of this mediagraphy is to provide as comprehensive a listing
as possible of the current audiovisual materials on native health that exist
in the United States and Canada.

Health of Native People of North America: An Annotated Mediagraphy, Part II
- This update primarily covers the period from 1993 to 1997, but older
sources that were not included in the previously published mediagraphy are
included. http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v6n1/native.html

If you knew the conditions... Health Care to Native Americans - "If you knew
the conditions...": Health Care to Native Americans. The Online Version of
an Exhibit Held at the National Library of Medicine National Institutes of
Health. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/if_you_knew/if_you_knew_01.html

Index of Native American Health Resources on the Internet - Organizations
and Resources for Teachers and General Web Resources.

State of Native American Youth Health - Between 1988 and 1990, nearly
14,000 American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents living in rural areas and
on reservations participated a survey at their school on health and risk
behaviors. Although the findings may not be representative of Native
American adolescents nationally, as a convenience ample was used, the
comprehensive information provided by this study gives insight into the
lives and health habits of these youth. February, 1992.


American Indian or Alaskan Native Health Research - Impact on American
Indian or Alaskan Native (AIAN) Health Research.

Bureau of Justice Statistics - American Indians and Crime - Reports the
rates and characteristics of violent crimes experienced by American Indians
and summarizes data on American Indians in the criminal justice system. The
findings include involvement of alcohol, drugs, and weapons in violence both
against and by Indians; victim-offender relationships; the race of persons
committing violence against Indians; the rate of reporting to police by
victims; and injuries, hospitalization, and financial loss suffered by
victims. Sources include the National Crime Victimization Survey, the FBI
Supplementary Homicide Reports, and BJS surveys of offenders on probation or
in local jails or State and Federal prisons.

Detail statistics for all federal and state tribes - Profile listings of
Summary Information, Housing, Income, Labor, and Social reports.

Drug Statistics Master Page - IPRC INFOsite - Statistics about use and
consequences of use of ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, and OTHER DRUGS from the Indiana
Prevention Resource Center and other servers.

Fedstats: One Stop Shopping for Federal Statistics - More than 70 agencies
in the United States Federal Government produce statistics of interest to
the public. The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains
this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and
information produced by these agencies for public use.

Info-Nation - InfoNation is an easy-to-use, two-step database that allows
you to view and compare the most up-to-date statistical data for the Member
States of the United Nations. Compare data within the countries of the
United Nations like urban growth, top exports, and threatened species.

National Center For Education Statistics: American Indian Education -
Characteristics of American Indian and Alaska Native Education. March 1997.

National Center For Education Statistics: Student Records Questionnaire -
Student Records Questionnaire: School Year 1993-94, With Special Emphasis on
American Indian and Alaska Native Students.

USCB - American Indian and Alaska Native Populations - Population
Estimates, Population Projections, The 1990 Census, Statistical Briefs,
Issues for 2000 census, and Related Topics.

USCB - American Indian and Alaska Native Populations - Population
Estimates, Population Projections, The 1990 Census, Statistical Briefs,
Issues for 2000 census, Related Topics.

USCB - American Indian/Alaska Native Areas - Cartographic Boundary Files -
American Indian/Alaska Native Areas Cartographic Boundary Files.

USCB - Census Facts For Native American Month - The numbers, Where They
Live, Households and Families, Businesses, Farms, Persons With Disabilities.

USCB - Disability - 1990 Census Table 1: American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut
- Table 1. Selected Characteristics of Civ. Noninst. Persons 16 to 64
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut.

USCB - Disability - 1990 Census Table 2: American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut
- Table 2. Selected Characteristics of Civ. Noninst. Persons 65 and over
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut.

USCB - Population, Land, & Poverty Data for AI & AN Areas - The information
contained in the documents on this site were extracted from the 1990 Summary
Tape Files (STF) 1C and 3C. The names of the American Indian Alaska Native
Areas reflect those as used in the 1990 census. American Indian Reservations
and Trust Lands, Tribal Jurisdiction Statistical Areas, Tribal Designated
statistical Areas, Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas.

USCB - The American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut Population - In the last two
decades, the American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut population grew rapidly. In
1970, this population numbered 827,000; it reached 1.4 million in 1980 and
nearly 2 million in 1990. The 1990 census counted 1,878,285 American
Indians, 57,152 Eskimos, and 23,797 Aleuts. Census Bureau estimates and
projections suggest that on July 1, 1994, the American Indian, Eskimo, and
Aleut population numbered 2.2 million, and that it will reach 4.3 million
and just over 1 percent of the population by 2050.

World Health Organizaton Statistical Information System (WHOSIS) - Health
and health-related statistical information from the World Health

Native Organizations

AAIP-Association of American Indian Physicians - AAIP mission is to pursue
excellence in Native American health care by promoting education in the
medical disciplines, honoring traditional healing practices and restoring
the balance of mind, body, and spirit.

Index of Native American Nonprofit Resources on the Internet - Links to
non-profit Funding sources and Non-Profit Organizations.

National Congress of American Indians - NCAI serves to protect the rights
of Indian Nations and Native Governments, to enhance the quality of life of
Indian and Native people, and to promote a better understanding among the
general public about Indian and Native governments, people and rights.

Native American Sites - Native Organizations and Urban Indian Centers -
Links to Native Organizations and Urban Indian Centers.

The Montana Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council - The council has recently
merged with the Montana Wyoming Indian Health Board. Thei site will start
placing a substantial amount of Indian Health information on the web site.

United National Indian Tribal Youth - UNITY is a national network
organization promoting personal development, citizenship and leadership
among Native American youth.

Maps and GIS

ALASKA Tribes - Contact info, organized links, tribal and regional maps.
Click on the regional label or use this list: Ahtna, Inc; Aleut Corp.;
Arctic Slope; Bering Straits; Bristol Bay; Calista; Chugach Alaska; Cook
Inlet; Doyon Ltd; Koniag Inc.; NANA Inc.; Sealaska Corp.

BIA/GDSC - Indian Tribes and Reservations - The BIA Geographic Data Service
Center (GDSC), located in Lakewood, Colorado, supports Indian Tribes and BIA
personnel in the design, development and maintenance of Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) and other spatially oriented databases. In
addition, the GDSC builds and maintains spatial information, on a national
level, for the BIA.

CALIFORNIA Tribes: Main Access Map and tribes listing - California map
shows counties in pale colors for reference. The listing is of California
recognized tribes as published in November 1996 in the Federal Register.

EPA - National Map of Federally Recognized Tribes and EPA Regions - EPA
Regional Indian Program Managers and Coordinators. List of Regional Tribal
Program homepages and General Regional homepages.

ESRI - GIS & Mapping Software - ESRI is the world leader in GIS (geographic
information system) software and technology. This site features free GIS
software, online mapping and GIS training, demos, data, product and service
information, user scripts, and much more.

Federally Owned Lands - U.S. Map - This map -- which can only indicate the
larger reservations, National parks and forests, etc. -- is still a good
overview of the U.S. native land situation.

Indian Land Areas Judicially Established 1978 - The maps in this project
were published in a June 1992 report for the Legacy Resource Management
Program as part of the Native American and Settler Communities Project. 1.
Northwest and 1.a. Inset; 2. North Central; 3. Great Lakes; 4. Northeast; 5.
Southeast; 6. South Central; 7. Southwest

Indian Land Cessions by Tribe-Study Guide - Map of Indian Land Cessions by

Links to North American Indian Map Pages - A long list of North American
Indian Map Pages! http://members.tripod.com/~PHILKON/links7.html

Map of American Indian Nations - Map Features: 24"x 36" laminated map. 11
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Area Office boundaries. Location of 311
federally-recognized reservations. Roster on map lists the size &
population of each reservation. Dimished land base graphics.

Map of Indian Country - Map Features: Full-color 24" x 36" map. (Rolled or
folded.) Historical graphics and text about Indian lands and people. 11
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Area Office boundaries. Location of all 312
federally-recognized reservations. Reservation Roster lists the size and
population of each reservation on the map.

Map of Indian Removals - Jacksonian Democracy - Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw,

Maps of Native American Nations, History, Info - MAPS: GIS Windows on
Native Lands, Current Places, and History.

Native American Tribes, Culture Areas, and Linguistic Stocks - Click on a
colored area for exploration. To find specific tribe locations, use the
Tribe Finder. Links to information on tribes are identified with black
rectangles and tribe names. William C. Sturtevant, Smithsonian Institution,

NEW MEXICO Indian Tribes: BIA Contact Info & Web Links - Click on numbered
list for contact info, links about tribe.

North American Pre-Contact Native Culture Areas Map - This map shows
culture areas of more than 500 tribes of North America before first contact.
To learn about a culture in materials prepared by the Canadian INAC, click
on the red dots.

Remote Sensing and GIS Links - This page provides links to WWW resources
useful in remote sensing/Earth observation and GIS, including image
processing, digital elevation models, computing and algorithms, data
sources, space centres and other relevant organisations, neural net
applications, satellites and sensors ...

Spin-2 - SPIN-2 is the worlds highest resolution, commercially available
satellite imagery. SPIN-2 Imagery has a resolution of 2 meters (1.56 meter
pixel size). This panchromatic digital imagery is ortho-rectified and
geo-referenced to very precise accuracy. SPIN-2 Imagery is a cost effective
alternative to conventional aerial photography.

TopoZone - The Web's Topographic Map - The TopoZone is the Web's center for
topographic map users and outdoor recreation enthusiasts. We've worked with
the USGS to create the Web's first interactive topo map of the entire United
States. If you're looking for maps that don't leave big blank spaces between
the highways, welcome!

U.S. Indian Tribes -- Index by State - Federally non-recognized tribes
follow the recognized lists. State recognition indicated if known.

U.S. State Native American Populations - 12K map from the 1990 census, can
be downloaded and printed for classroom handouts (will print OK in black and

U.S. Tribes-by-States Map Index - Click Postal abbreviation if State is
active; BIA Area office dot for contact info only. State-clickable
alphabetic list of tribes follows map.

US Census Bureau - Geography Topics - An index to the U.S. Census Bureau's
major geographic programs, geographic concepts, geographic information, and
geographic products.

USEPA - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Spatial Data Sites - Center
for environmental Statistics.


American Indian Language Resources - Listing of and links to: General
American Indian Language Resources, Language Issues, and Dictionaries, Fonts
and Specific Languages According to Family.

Endangered Native American Languages - What Is to Be Done, and Why? The
Crisis, What Causes Language Death? Is There a Cure? Why Should We Care?
Notes, and References.

Index of Native American Language Resources on the Internet - United
States, Iroquois Confederacy, Cherokee, Navajo, Sioux/Lakhota/Dakota, Other
U.S. Tribes/Nations, Canada, Latin America, Other Indigenous Languages, More
General Amerindian Language Resources, General Language Resources.

Native American Language Act of 1992 - US Code : Title 42, Section 2991b-3.
Sec. 2991b-3. Grant program to ensure survival and continuing vitality of
Native American languages.

Native American Language Center - UC Davis - Department of Native American
Studies, UC Davis. The Native American Language Center is an initiative of
the Department of Native American Studies at UC Davis. The purpose of the
center is to encourage linguistic research on American Indian languages, and
to foster the intergenerational transfer of language knowledge in Native
American communities.

Native American Language Links - Links to Specific languages, Preservation
of specific languages, Language family and regional sites, General Native
American language sites, Books, Conferences and workshops, Endangered
languages discussion, Legislation and position statements, Teacher training,
and Computer resources.

Native American Language Software - In an attempt to use computer
programming skills to benefit the teaching and preservation of American
Indian languages and customs; we offer the following software programs for
free download (see download page) on this site: Lakota Language Teaching
Software, English-to-Lakota/Lakota-to-English Computerized Translation
Dictionary, Lakota_Kids Play Language Software, Shoshone Language Software,
American Indian Pictograph/ Petroglyph Writing Software.

Native American Sites - Native Languages - Numerous links to sites which
focus around Native American languages.

SSILA - Internet Links - Directories & General Reference, Other
Organizations, Journals, Publishers, Academic Departments and Programs,
Research Centers/Collections/Archives, Bookstores, Resources for Specific
Languages, Concern for Endangered Languages.

SSILA - Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas -
About the Society, SSILA Bulletin, Journal Contents, Dissertation &
Thesis Index, Book Announcements, Learning Aids, Internet Resources,
Upcoming Events.


Index of Native American Art Related Exhibits on the Internet - Theater
Groups, Exhibits Available for Travel, Online Exhibits, Other Native
American Art Related Sites.

Index of Native American Commercial Galleries on the Internet - Listing of
Non-profit Galleries and Commercial Galleries.

Index of Native American Museum Resources on the Internet - Listing of
Museums in the United States, Caribbean, Canada, Latin America.

IPL: Pueblo Pottery Exhibit - There are several ways to browse the
collection. You can browse by Pueblo or you can also browse thumbnails of
the entire collection.

Native American Indian Art - Various types of Native American Indian Art.

Native American Sites - Native Arts Organizations and Individuals - Links
to Native American Web Sites focusing on Native Arts Organizations and

NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art - Across this vast Turtle
Island, different Peoples developed and expressed their own complex
technology. Often, the degree of craft specialization is influenced by the
different environments people live in, or by trade and information networks
-- these technologies are the product of thousands of years of expertise,
oral traditions and continuity.

NAVAJO RUGS: Styles on The Reservation - The map, showing where different
designs of rugs were produced at different communities on the Navajo
reservation, was prepared by the late Tom Bahti, in a large-format bookfirst
printed in 1966, and reprinted many times thereafter.

Powersource Native American Art & Education Center - The Powersource
Gallery, a collection of Native American artistic symbols portraying
powerful people, powerful places and powerful objects.

RT Computer Graphics - Featuring Native American, Western, & Petroglyph
clip art designs. Santa Fe, Plains, Petroglyph, Wild West Collections.

WETA: Native American Potters & Weavers - Experience the art and culture of
Native American potters & weavers. Featuring: The Legacy of Generations
- Pottery by American Indian Women. Featuring: Woven by the Grandmothers -
19th Century Navajo Textiles.


American Indian History Resources - Listings of and links to: General
American Indian History Resources, New England Texts and Native Americans,
Bibliographies, Texts and Reviews, Code Talkers, Oral Histories,
19th-Century Native and Non-Native Commentary, The West: A PBS Documentary
1996, Wounded Knee, The Battle of the Little Bighorn: Two Perspectives,
Documents, Timelines, Maps, Tribal Histories and Statistics.

First Nations Histories - Lee Sultzman, First Nations Historian has done a
wonderful job, she is adding a large amount of information on each of the
different tribes.

HSU: Native American History - History is the most crucial part of
understanding Native peoples. Therefore, I have tried to accumulate an
extensive list of resources on this page.

Index of Native American Archaeology Resources on the Internet -
Participatory Opportunities, Conferences, Archaeology and Anthropology
Resources, Southwest, Great Plains, Southeast & Mississippian, West
Coast, Northeast, Canada & Alaska, Mexico, Central America & the
Caribbean, South America, Rock Art.

Index of Native American History Resources on the Internet - Links to
resources on Oral History, Written History, Northeast, Southeast, Midwest
including Northern Plains, Southwest, Great Basin and California, Northwest,
Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Timelines, Photographs & Photographic Archives

Native American Resources at the Smithsonian - The Smithsonian Institution,
the world's largest museum, research and education complex, is committed to
offering opportunities to study and learn about the cultures, arts and
history of Native Americans from its unparalleled resources. Extensive
collections of objects, photographs, films and archival material, as well as
fellowships, internships and seminars, are among the possibilities available
to those who want to learn about and help preserve native culture.

Smithsonian: Native American History and Culture - Selected links to sites
hosted by Smithsonian Institution museums and organizations. Native American
Resources, Selected Exhibitions, Recommended Reading.

Stereotypes of Native Americans - We are so used to seeing the Land o'Lakes
Indian maiden, the various school mascots, mascots of professional sports
teams, etc. that we forget what effect these images have on the ideas we
have of the people they represent, or on the personal image of the children
of these people as they must learn to live in this society. The portrait on
the Indian Head nickel was largely responsible for the fact that Indians
could not get jobs in Hollywood to play Indian parts. They did not look
Indian enough!

The National Portrait Gallery: Native Americans - Tenskwatawa, Ute
Treaty-making Delegation of 1868, Geronimo (Goyathlay), Chief Joseph, Billy
Bowlegs (Holata Micco, Black Hawk (Makataimeshekiakiak), Little Crow
(Tahetan Wakawa Mini), Osceola, Peter Pitchlynn, Lewis Bennett (Deerfoot),
Sitting Bull (Tatanka Yotanka), Chief Thundercloud.

The Native American History Archive - A New Center for Native American
Studies in Internetworked Classrooms.

American Indian Issue Resources - Listing of and links to: General American
Indian Issue Resources, Native American Law, Gaming, Cultural Protection,
Environmental Issues, Multi-Racial Issues, Wannabe Issues.

Index of Native American Resources on the Internet - Links to resources on
Culture, History, Education, Language, Health, Indigenous Knowledge, Native
American Art, Artists, Galleries, Art Related Sites, Museums, Archaeology,
Electronic Texts, Genealogy, Legal, Books, Non-Profits, Government, Music,
Nations, Other, Video & Film, Commercial, Jobs, Announcements,
Organizations, Activist Sites, Gaming, Home Pages, Bibliographies and Other
Indices, Media, Movie Stars, WWW Virtual Libraries.

Index of Other Native American Resources on the Internet - Clip Art for Use
on Websites, Christian Sites with Native American Concerns, More Specialized
Information Sources, Webboards for Discussion, UseNet News Groups and List
Archives, Non-Native pages relevant to Native concerns (not-otherwise

Judy's Native American links - Native American links of general interest
and Women's Issues.

Links to American Indian Sites by Phil Konstantin - In an effort to make
these links easier to find, I have sorted them into 16 groups. Reference:
Tribal: Smaller: Art: General: Personal: Rings: Language: Media: Map:
Genealogy: History: Powwow: Misc.: Biography: Information: Commercial:

National Native Information Center - Links to Native Organizations across
the country.

Native American Directory - Links to Native American web sites.

Native American HIV/AIDS, Health & Health Policy, Media, and General Links -
Native American AIDS Links, Native Health & Health Policy Links, Native
Media Links, General Native Links.

Native American Indian Resources - 300+ web pages of Native American
resource materials, original publications and organized links.
Reservation/Indian country maps; original Native literature, Native art.K-12
Native schools contacts page.

Native American Information Links - Web sites that offer native american

Native American Links - Minority Links, General Links, Scholarships, Law
Programs & Links, Colleges & Educational Links, Organizations,
Environment, Native American Studies, Health, Periodicals and Media.

Native American links: Your Body - Food and Herbal Remedies, Gardens
Gardens, Medicine, Substance Abuse.

Native American Sites - General Indian Oriented Home Pages - Lots of links
to General Indian Oriented Home Pages.

Native American Web Sites - General

Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples Links - Links to resources on Native
Americans and Indigenous Peoples.

NativeWeb - Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the world.

Other Native American resources - Tribal sites (official and unofficial),
Other sites featuring specific tribes, General resources sites, News,
Literature, Music, Foods, Native American genealogy, Internet Web searches.

The Indigenous Circle - Very comprehensive listing of Native American

The Native American Education Ring - This webring is dedicated to educate
people about the Native American Culture as well as provide a center of
information and resources.