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    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Birds, Birds, Birds
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal Federal agency charged with protecting and enhancing the populations and habitat of more than 800 species of birds that spend all or part of their lives in the United States. Portal to Education and Research Bird I.D., Grants and Partnerships Urban Conservation, Laws, Regulations, and Policy Permits, Migratory Treaty Act, Management and Recreation and more.
    Árran Blog
    Sami Europe & Russia
    English language Sami news and culture blog.
    Circuits of Culture: Media, Politics, and Indigenous Identity in the Andes   <Book Center>
    by Jeff D. Himpele
    Paperback: 240 pages
    Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press (November 23, 2007)
    Circuits of Culture: Media, Politics, and Indigenous Identity in the Andes   <Book Center>
    by Jeff D. Himpele
    Paperback: 240 pages
    Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press (November 23, 2007)
    Communicating Across Cultures
    by Steve Newcomb, Director of the Indigenous Law Institute in Eugene, OR.
    Communicating across cultures can be as difficult as it is rewarding. This is certainly true when it comes to encounters between Native and non-Native people working in the environmental movement.
    How to make moccasins - instructions provided by Judy Kavanagh
    Metis Canada
    This page shows you how to make a pair of woodlands style moccasins with fur trim. A free pattern in a woman's size 7 is available as a PDF file. You need the free Adobe Acrobat reader to view it.
    Shung Ye Museum Formosan Aborigines
    Austronesian people began to arrive in Taiwan around 6,000 years ago, giving rise to the indigenous culture that still exists in the Central Mountain Range and along the eastern coastal areas of the island. Among the 19 tribes remaining nowadays, nine have managed to preserve their distinct customs and languages relatively well. These nine tribes are the Saisiat, Atayal, Tsou, Bunun, Ami, Rukai, Puyuma, Paiwan, and Yami. The brand-new Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines houses a refined collection of 1,000 artifacts, mainly from these nine tribes. First of its kind in Taiwan, the museum is also dedicated to preserving indigenous culture and enhancing understanding among the different ethnic groups.
    The Feathered Heart : Poetry & Art   <Book Center>
    by Mark Turcotte
    Paperback (May 1995) March Abrazo; ISBN: 1877636126
    The Raven and the Totem : Traditional Alaska Native Myths and Tales   <Book Center>
    by John Smelcer, Vienneau, Larry, Susie Bevins (Illustrator)
    Paperback 2nd edition (May 1992) Salmon Run Pub; ISBN: 0963400002
    Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, 1780--1880   <Book Center>
    by Daniel R. Mandell
    Hardcover: 344 pages
    Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (December 28, 2007)
    "Bear" Lincoln Murder Trial - news coverage
    Wailaki US - Northwest
    comprehensive coverage by The Albion Monitor
    "No Child Left Behind" and its effect on AI/AN children
    This is a PowerPoint presentation of a paper presented at the National Indian Education Association in October 2005, by Nicky Bowman (Mohican), Student, U of WI-Madison; Owner, Bowman Performance Consulting, LLC.
    Scroll linked page to locate download link for .ppt file.
    "Relocation" vs "Removal": simply another example of "Institutionalized Bigotry"?
    by Michael McLaughlin
    The Library of Congress' cataloging practice regarding "removal" vs. "relocation" is a contemporary example of institutionalized bigotry towards American Indians.
    "Walking with steady steps"
      America - South
    Following is a synthesis of resolutions from recent meetings which have been organized by and for Indigenous women. We have come together to share experiences and solidarity, and to strengthen our organizational process. 1991.
    '1491' Explores the Americas Before Columbus
    PBS Radio Interview: "All Things Considered," August 21, 2005 · Our founding myth suggests the Americas were a lightly populated wilderness before Europeans arrived. Historian Charles C. Mann compiled evidence of a far more complex and populous pre-Columbian society. He tells John Ydstie about 1491.
    'Exterminate Them : Written Accounts of the Murder, Rape and Enslavement of Native Americans During   <Book Center>
    by Clifford E. Trafzer (Editor), Joel R. Hyer (Editor)
    Paperback - 220 pages (January 1999) Michigan State Univ Pr; ISBN: 0870135015
    (Re)Invention And Contextualization In Contemporary Native American Fiction
    By Wendy J. Rohrbacher, 1999. Masters Thesis presented to the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alaska, Anchorage. "Contemporary Native American authors and critics are retelling, reorganizing, and re-evaluating traditional tribal stories in order to assert a communally ascribed identity that accurately portrays today's Indian. These new stories seek to break down the signs and artifacts of the white man's Indian and replace them with signs of a vibrant and thriving culture."
    (Re)Invention And Contextualization In Contemporary Native American Fiction
    by Wendy J. Rohrbacher; Masters Thesis presented to the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alaska Anchorage.
    Contemporary Native American authors and critics are retelling, reorganizing, and re-evaluating traditional tribal stories in order to assert a communally ascribed identity that accurately portrays today's Indian. These new stories seek to break down the signs and artifacts of the white man's Indian and replace them with signs of a vibrant and thriving culture.
    ..::ATOPIA :: polylogic e-zine ::..
    Ilois Chagos Archipelago
    In the issue `Signatures of the vanishing` ATOPIA (http://www.atopia.tk), the polylogic e-zine for literature, philosophie, arts and politics, focuses on vanishing identities. One article is dedicated to the Chagos Islands in the Indian Ocean, where the inhabitants (the Ilois) were driven out of their land because of military interests.
    1491 : New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus   <Book Center>
    by Charles C. Mann
    Hardcover - 480 pages (August 2005) Knopf: ISBN: 140004006X
    1492 exhibit- Incursions in North America
      US - Southeast
    Incursions in North America The French, Spanish, Portuguese, and English arrived in North America in the 16th century, sporadically and in small numbers. Fishermen plied their trade off the Newfoundland coast from around 1500. Some Europeans hoped to find an alternative route to Asia (the Northwest Passage), wealthy civilizations, or precious metals, but few found what they sought. They did not however, confront an untamed wilderness but rather people who often lived in villages and towns. [(16th century) Library of Congress]
    16 puntos (1990)
    Quechua America - South
    The 16 Demands proposed by the CONAIE in the 1990 Uprising.
    1815 Map of Cherokee and Creek lands
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    University of Georgia Rare Map Collection
    Lakota US - Central
    The 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie of September 17th, 1851, ratified 1853. Last legal (Oyate Omnicye-mandated, female inclusive) document of N/DN/D/Lakota Nation. Protected from violation through Article VI, U.S. Constitution, "Treaties made with Indian Nations shall be the supreme law of the land."
    1868 Fort Laramie Treaty (Black Hills)
    Sioux US - Central
    images of the entire original treaty, from the National Archives and Records Administration
    1992 All People's Network Conference
    March 1991
    1996 articles on Brazil Decree 1775/96 from NATIVE-L
      America - South
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    2002 North - American Indigenous Games
      Canada - Western
    Official site for the 2002 North American Indigenous Games - 2002 NAIG - in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Contains news items, a description of aboriginal culture, links, venues, and sports coverage.
    2008 Fostering Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship in the Americas (FIBEA) Conference
      America - South
    All indigenous peoples welcome. Fostering Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship in the Americas Conference FIBEA 2008 Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil July 22-25, 2008 Indigenous nations and communities are under increasing pressure to develop long-term sustainable economic development strategies. The FIBEA Manaus 2008 theme, Fostering Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship in the Americas Conference, is timely given the importance and variety of business issues that need to be addressed for the development and fostering of business alliances, trade, and investment amongst Indigenous business in North, Central, and South American countries.
    500 Nations : An Illustrated History of North American Indians   <Book Center>
    by Alvin M. Josephy
    Paperback - 464 pages (November 1998) Knopf; ISBN: 0375703209
    51st International Congress of Americanists
      America - South
    Santiago, Chile -- July 14 - 18, 2003
    "Rethinking the Americas at the threshold of the 21st century" + "Repensando las Américas los umbrales del siglo XXI" + Repensando as Américas nos umbrals do século XXI"
    The organizers and the sponsors extend a cordial invitation to participate in this academic event to be hosted by the University of Chile, one of the oldest American universities. + Los Organizadores extienden la más cordial invitación a participar en este evento académico a celebrarse en la Universidad de Chile, una de las más antiguas universidades americanas. + Os Organizadores dirigem a vocês o mais cordial convite a fim de participarem neste evento acadêmico a se realizar na Universidad de Chile, uma das mais antigas universidades americanas.
    612 Designs & Hosting
    Chippewa US - Central
    612 Designs & Hosting is a Native American owned web design company. We provide quality web design, web hosting and domain name registration, logo creation, search engine placement, and Stellent content management consulting.
    7th Generation Community Services Corporation
    Mohawk US - Southeast
    suggested nation: Upper Mohawk 7th Generation Community Services Corporation is a nonprofit organization founded by successful Native American business owners who now desire to use their expertise and experience helping Native American communities and individuals with their economic growth and expansion opportunities. 7th Generation’s philosophy, which is based on the traditional belief (of many tribes) that everything we do or say will continue to have an effect for seven generations, is reflected in our mission to work collaboratively with Native Americans to achieve their self-determined goals for economic and community growth.
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    US - West
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    A Second Century of Dishonor : Federal Inequities and California Tribes
      United States
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    A Barrel of Genealogy Links
    A list of bookmarks for access to various genealogy related WWW resources, sites and homepages.
    A bill to acknowledge a long history of official depredations...
      United States
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    A Boy Called Slow : The True Story of Sitting Bull   <Book Center>
    by Joseph Bruchac, Rocco Baviera (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8
    Paperback - 32 pages Reprint edition (March 1998) Paper Star; ISBN: 069811616X
    A Breeze Swept Through   <Book Center>
    by Luci Tapahonso
    Paperback (October 1987) University of New Mexico Press; ISBN: 0931122457
    A Brief History of the Ainu People (Japan)
    Ainu Asia
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    A Call to Indigenous People
      America - South
    Quito, Ecuador, April 1989 There is an urgent need to organize an indigenous response to the celebration of the so-called "Discovery of America," now officially called by some governments "the Encounter of Two Worlds."
    A Circle of Nations : Voices and Visions of American Indians (The Earthsong Collection)   <Book Center>
    by John Gattuso (Editor), Joy Harjo, Leslie Marmon Silko
    Hardcover - 128 pages (September 1993) Beyond Words Pub Co; ISBN: 0941831906
    A Companion to Latin American Anthropology   <Book Center>
    Deborah Poole (Editor) Hardcover: 560 pages Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (May 27, 2008)
    A Concise Dictionary of Indian Tribes of North America   <Book Center>
    Barbara A. Leitch, Keith Irvine (Editor)
    Hardcover 2nd rev edition (October 1999) Reference Pubns; ISBN: 0917256484
    A Confluence of Cultures: Native Americans and the Expedition of Lewis and Clark
      US - Northwest
    The entire length of the Corps of Discovery’s journey was Indian Country. On many occasions, Lewis and Clark’s survival and success depended on Indian people and the cultural lessons shared. Any complete commemoration of the bicentennial must prominently feature the perspectives of both the people native to the North American continent and President Jefferson’s explorers. This national conference was scheduled for May 28-30, 2003 at The University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. The Proceedings and Conference Digest DVD are available.
    A Conversation with Phillip Deere
    Muscogee US - Southeast
    A 41 minute interview of Phillip Deere, influential and respected Native American Indian (Muskogee-Creek) elder and Medicine Man, offering insightful and provocative views of American history and culture. Recorded in 1979 at the Mashpee Wampanoag Sovereignty Conference. Digitally salvaged in 2005
    A Dance of Deception
    Lakota US - Central
    A leading Native American scholar and educator says the federal raid on Alex White Plume's hemp crop is yet another manifestation of the US government's two-faced policy toward Indians.
    by Don Trent Jacobs, in Mother Jones magazine, February 20, 2001
    A Decade of Rhetoric for Indigenous Peoples
    by Gerald Taiaiake Alfred and Jeff Corntassel - Indigenous Governance Program (IGOV) at the University of Victoria (Canada) - 12 January 2004
    Few people may realize that we are living in the United Nations' International Decade of the World's Indigenous People (1995-2004). As the Decade comes to a close this year, it is apparent that the Decade has been remarkable only in the emptiness of the UN's rhetoric and in how so little has been done.
    A Dime A Dozen: Essays by Jordan Dill
      US - Northeast
    A collection of essays on contemporary news and historical events related to or involving First Nations peoples, by Jordan Dill, the author of the award-winning website, First Nations / Issues of Consequence.
    A Distant Enemy   <Book Center>
    by Deb Vanasse
    Reading level: Ages 9-12
    Paperback - 192 pages Reprint edition (January 1999) Puffin; ISBN: 014038670X
    A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants : Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guide Series)   <Book Center>
    by Steven Foster, Roger T. Peterson, James A. Duke
    Paperback Expanded edition (April 1998) Houghton Mifflin Co (Pap); ISBN: 0395920663
    A Field Guide to Rock Art Symbols of the Greater Southwest   <Book Center>
    by Alex Patterson (Compiler)
    Paperback - 256 pages (July 1992) Johnson Books; ISBN: 1555660916
    A Final Promise; The Campaign to Assimilate the Indians, 1880-1920   <Book Center>
    by Fredrick E. Hoxie
    Paperback - 350 pages (January 1989) Cambridge University Press; ISBN: 0521379873
    A Gallery of Porcupine - Christy's Rock Garden
    Although I'm not native, I've been doing quillwork for almost 30 years. My approach to this artform is contemporary, using modern materials and dyes. As an artist, I feel a responsibility to future generations to keep this medium vital and relative to an ever changing world. With this in mind, most of my jewelry is at much at home at the opera as it is at a rodeo. To encourage the evolution of quillwork, I teach the methods of quilling and promote a fresh look to where this artform could be taken. ---- Christy Ann Hensler's quillwork is *truely* amazing ----
    A Gathering of Spirit : A Collection by North American Indian Women   <Book Center>
    by Beth Brant (Editor)
    Paperback - 248 pages Revised edition (April 1989) Firebrand Books; ISBN: 0932379559
    A Gathering of Spirit : A Collection by North American Indian Women   <Book Center>
    by Beth Brant (Editor)
    Paperback - 248 pages Revised edition (April 1989) Firebrand Books; ISBN: 0932379559
    A Grammar of Misantla Totonac: Studies in Indigenous Languages   <Book Center>
    by Carolyn J. MacKay
    Hardcover - 350 pages (October 1999) Univ of Utah Pr (Txt); ISBN: 0874804558
    A Graphic Muse; Prints by Contemporary American Women   <Book Center>
    by Richard S. Field, Ruth Fine (Photographer)
    Hardcover - 163 pages 1 edition (November 1987) Hudson Hills Press; ISBN: 0933920792
    A Guide to the Indian Tribes of Oklahoma (Civilization of the American Indian Series, Vol 33)   <Book Center>
    by Muriel H. Wright, Arrell M. Gibson (Designer)
    Paperback - 300 pages Reprint edition (September 1987) Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd); ISBN: 080612041X
    A Handbook of Native American Herbs   <Book Center>
    by Alma R. Hutchens
    Paperback - 256 pages (October 1992) Shambhala Pubns; ISBN: 0877736995
    A Historical Look at Native Resistance in South America
      America - South
    The following is excerpted from a position paper written by CONAIE for their National Program.
    A Hopi Social History : Anthropological Perspectives on Sociocultural Persistence and Change   <Book Center>
    by Scott Rushforth, Steadman Upham (Contributor)
    Paperback - 312 pages (May 1992) Univ of Texas Pr; ISBN: 0292730675
    A Key into the Language of America   <Book Center>
    by Rosmarie Waldrop
    Paperback - 66 pages (February 1997) Small Press Distribution; ISBN: 0811212874
    A Lesson to Dye For
      US - Northeast
    An Integrated Science - History - Art Unit On Plant Dyes -- This unit introduces students to plant dyes and their history and highlights investigative skills as they explore variables in their own plant dyeing.
    A Line In The Sand
    This site is offered as a place where the debate over where to draw the "Line in the Sand" on the issues of cultural property, Native American sovereignty, Native American identity, ethnic stereotypes, the commodification of Native American culture, and all related issues, can take place.
    A Man Called Raven   <Book Center>
    by Richard Van Camp(Dogrib), George Littlechild (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 9-12
    Hardcover (April 1997) Childrens Book Pr; ISBN: 0892391448
    A Maori health site - Hapai Te Hauora
    Maori Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Ko te putake...as a Regional Maori Public Health Provider, Hapai co-ordinates and delivers a range of health promotion messages and events in the Tamaki Makaurau rohe (Auckland area). Hapai is committed to the development of positive messages by Maori for Maori and of Maori.
    A map of that part of Georgia occupied by the Cherokee Indians [n.a. 1831] [225kb]
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    University of Georgia Rare Map Collection
    Kanaka Maoli US - Hawaii
    A video about Cultural and Spiritual Traditions of Moloka'i, Life Giving Knowledge of Peace; with Nãlani Minton and John Ka'imikaua; composed and produced by Nãlani Minton
    A Message from the Huaorani
    Huaorani America - South
    The following letter was sent to Conoco by the Huaorani organization in the Ecuadoran Amazon (ONHAE). 1991.
    A Mixed Medicine Bag: Original Black Wampanoag Folklore   <Book Center>
    by Mwalim Paperback: 156 pages Publisher: Talking Drum Press; 2 edition (February 9, 2007)
    A Most Indispensable Art : Native Fiber Industries from Eastern North America   <Book Center>
    by James B. Petersen (Editor)
    Hardcover - 212 pages (August 1996) Univ of Tennessee Pr; ISBN: 0870499157
    A Native American Odyssey: Inuit to Inca   <Book Center>
    Audio CD (November 10, 1998) Original Release Date: 1998 Number of Discs: 1 Putumayo; ASIN: B00000DFED
    A Papago Grammar   <Book Center>
    by Ofelia Zepeda
    Paperback (May 1983) University of Arizona Press; ISBN: 0816507929
    A Papago Grammar   <Book Center>
    by Ofelia Zepeda
    Paperback (May 1983) University of Arizona Press; ISBN: 0816507929
    A Photo Record of Heritage North Musuem's Birch Bark Canoe: Introduction
      Canada - Western
    In 2001, Heritage North Museum contracted Mike Camp to build a birch bark canoe on the museum’s grounds as a public programming activity. The museum’s Executive Director Paul Legault and Mike conducted extensive archival, oral, and museological research to ensure that the canoe’s design was representative of northern Manitoba. Canoe styles and construction processes vary from tribe to tribe, region to region, and the materials at hand.
    A Pima Past   <Book Center>
    by Anna Moore Shaw (Pima)
    Paperback - 262 pages Reprint edition (October 1994) University of Arizona Press; ISBN: 0816504261
    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
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    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.
    A Song to the Creator : Traditional Arts of Native American Women of the Plateau   <Book Center>
    by Lillian A. Ackerman (Editor), Washington State University Museum of Art
    Hardcover - 132 pages (October 1996) Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd); ISBN: 0806128763
    A Song to the Creator : Traditional Arts of Native American Women of the Plateau   <Book Center>
    by Lillian A. Ackerman (Editor)
    Paperback - 132 pages (October 1996) Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd); ISBN: 0806128771
    A Time of Little Choice : The Disintegration of Tribal Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area 1769-18   <Book Center>
    by Randall Milliken
    Hardcover (July 1995) Ballena Pr; ISBN: 0879191325
    A to Z of Native American Women (Encyclopedia of Women)   <Book Center>
    by Liz Sonneborn
    Hardcover - 256 pages (June 1998) Facts on File, Inc.; ISBN: 0816035806
    A Tortured People : The Politics of Colonization   <Book Center>
    by Howard Adams (Metis)
    Paperback (February 1996) Orca Book Publishers; ISBN: 0919441777
    A Visit with Henry Mitchell, Indian Canoe Maker
    Life history of Henry Mitchell, written by the staff of the Folklore Project of the Federal Writers' Project for the U.S. Works Progress (later Work Projects) Administration (WPA) from 1936-1940. Life histories of other people from the 30's is available from the main page of this site at http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/wpa/
    A Walk to the Great Mystery   <Book Center>
    by Virginia A. Stroud
    Reading level: Ages 4-8
    Hardcover - 1 pages (May 1995) Dial Books for Young Readers; ISBN: 0803716362
    A Web of Online Dictionaries
    dictionaries in over 130 languages, many of them bilingual
    A Whale Hunt : 2 Years on the Olympic Peninsula With the Makah and Their Canoe   <Book Center>
    by Robert Sullivan
    Hardcover - 352 pages (October 2000) Scribner; ISBN: 0684864339
    A Woodsplint Basket
    Algonquin US - Northeast
    Displayed in the "Hall of the North American Indian" at Harvard University's Peabody Museum, the basket looks like many others made in New England in the early nineteenth century. It is a lidded storage basket, woven from ash splints that have been swabbed with dye, then stamped on alternate wefts with simple designs cut from a potato or the top of a cork. The surprise is inside.
    A Yupiaq Worldview: a pathway to ecology and spirit   <Book Center>
    by A. Oscar Kawagley
    Paperback - 166 pages (1995) Waveland Press; ISBN: 0881338591
    A&S Diversified
    Sioux US - West
    We are the only Native Amercian Machining company in Montana, 8(a) certified, HUBZone, Small Disadvantaged Business. We do Precision machining, Assembly, Welding, and Metal Fabrication. Currently for the DOD and with Warner Robbins. We have a large range of sic codes and NAICS codes. Come visit us.
    A, B, C's : The American Indian Way   <Book Center>
    by Richard D. Red Hawk
    Reading level: Ages 4-8
    Paperback - 55 pages (February 1992) Scb Distributors; ISBN: 0940113155
    A-Ta-Ga-Hi's Gift (Blevins, Wade, Cherokee Indian Legend Series, 6.)   <Book Center>
    by Wade Blevins
    Reading level: Ages 9-12
    Library Binding (April 1996) Ozark Publishing; ISBN: 1567631355
    A.D. 1250 : Ancient Peoples of the Southwest/Includes Indian Travel Guide & Map   <Book Center>
    by , Lawrence W. Cheek
    Hardcover - 176 pages (September 1994) Arizona Highways; ISBN: 0916179451
    A.I.M. San Diego Chapter
      US - West
    American Indian Movement - San Diego, Ca. Chapter. Our New Approach Is "Positive Activism" In Support Of Indian Heritage, Culture & Sovereignty. Get To Know The American Indian Movement From The 70's To The Positive Changes Taking Place Today
    Enjoy the beauty of original art from one of Canada's great Aboriginal Artists. Mr. Isbister's works are a combination of contemporary and stylized art. Much of his works are based on Aboriginal Folk Lore.
    A.N.N.A Foundation
    Assembly for Northern Native Americans, an International fund in memory of the late Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash.
    Aang Serian
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    Ababda Bedouins of the Eastern Desert (Egypt)
    Ababda Beduins are the nomads of the Eastern Desert in Egypt - photographs and text by Zbigniew Kosc
    Abacci Atlas
    The Abacci Atlas is a collection of maps and flags of countries around the world along with facts about their geography, demography, economy, politics and transport & telecommunications infrastructure.
    Abalone: The Native American Cultural Center of California
      US - West
    Abalone ~ The Native American Cultural Center of California offers a variety of online art galleries, education and curriculum materials, stories, maps, events, and information about their annual Native Spring Festival. An urban cultural center in San Francisco, NACC also maintains extensive connections throughout California and the west coast.
    Abbe Museum
      US - Northeast
    Celebrating Maine's Native American Heritage. Discover 10,000 years of Indian culture, history and art through changing exhibits, hands-on programs and workshops taught by Native artists, at this award-winning trailside museum.
    ABC, Incorporated
    Navajo US - Southwest
    100% Navajo-owned Management Consulting Firm. Offering Business and Organizational Development, Economic Development Planning, Marketing, Grantsmanship, Quality Management, Tourism Development, and Professional Development Training.
    Abenaki Associates
    Providing professional training and computer-based services to communities and organizations.
    Abenaki Covered Basket
    The Vermont Historical Society is currently working with Abenakis to determine how best to use the Abenaki items in its collections; we hope that in a future exhibit we have more objects that tell the history of Vermont's native people.
    Abenaki Museum Ndakinna Cultural Center
    US - Northeast
    Ndakinna Cultural center & Museum is a non profit that is Abenaki run. We offer many cultural activities such as language classes, talking circles and drumming.
    Abenaki Stories
    Our oral history is intertwined with our storytelling. We have been able to keep our traditions alive and to teach valuable lessons through the use of examples that occur within our traditional stories. The use of non-violence in raising children has remained a central aspect of child rearing, and our stories emphasize learning from example rather than through punitive means.
    Abenaki Warrior : The Life and Times of Chief Escumbuit, Big Island Pond, 1665-1727   <Book Center>
    by Alfred E. Kayworth, Adolph Caso (Editor), Rob Cline (Illustrator)
    Hardcover (May 1998) Branden Publishing Co; ISBN: 0828320322
    US - Northeast
    Black Ash Baskets, Hand made by Abenaki Indian Jesse Larocque
    Ablaya's Gallery - Sioux and Plains Beaded Art-.
    Dakota US - Central
    On-line store and gallery. Here you will find the finest hand-made items. Use of traditional patterns and of the same natural materials used in the former Plains Indian culture: Beaded bags, pouches, necklaces, dolls, hatbands, knife sheath, bracelet... and a lot of other unique creations. If there's something special you want, if you have a particular idea in mind, get in touch with us. We are happy to take commissions.
    Ableza Native American Arts and Film Institute
    Ableza is a Native American Arts and Film Institute in San Jose, CA, with branch offices in Santa Barbara and Calistoga, CA. We are dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting traditional and contemporary arts by Native American Peoples. Native Americans do more than "Indian" art; we are active in all areas of the modern arts world. As we "take back our images" from Hollywood stereotypes, Ableza helps make sure the world is aware of Native America's vast professional activities.
    Abolish Columbus Day Petition
    Petition asking governments, organizations, businesses, to Abolish the Columbus Day Holiday and re-name it "First Americans Day" in honor of the First Nations and peoples.
    Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Corporation (Q.E.A) for Legal Services
      Australia - Torres Strait
    Aboriginal Adventures with Safari Expeditions Panama
      America - Central
    Indigenous Tribes & Aboriginal Groups tours & eco tours in Panama, Visit the Kuna Indian community, Guaymi Tribes & Knobe Bugle, ecotours to the Primitive Embera Tribes comunity. Learn about their culture, way of life, art and religion with our specialized team.
    Aboriginal American Basketry : Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution   <Book Center>
    by Otis Tufton Mason
    Hardcover reprint edition (September 1984) Rio Grande Pr Inc; ISBN: 0873800125
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
    The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission is Australia's main Indigenous agency. ATSIC's site is an important international resource for information on Indigenous programs, activities and issues.
    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).
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Australian Archives
      Australia - Torres Strait
    All offices of the National Archives hold some material about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, but the most extensive holdings are in Canberra, Melbourne and Darwin. This fact sheet provides information about the administration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs during the twentieth century and provides a context for the records held by the National Archives.
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts Conference
      Australia - Torres Strait
    Co-sponsored by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Fund of the Australia Council.
    Masonic Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, 5-7 March 2002
    Aboriginal art and culture centre - Australia
      Pacific - South
    We are a Southern Arrernte Aboriginal tribal group whose homelands are situated 100kms south of Alice Springs in Central Australia. Our community operates the award winning Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre in Alice Springs.
    Aboriginal Art Gallery
      Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Aboriginal paintings are the oldest living art tradition in the world and yet represents one of the most fascinating and popular art investments to date. The Australian Aboriginals see themselves as the custodians of this country. Their dreaming is not just of the land, but of the song, dance and mythology of the land. The paintings we see on canvas today were originally painted in the sand and only lasted until the wind blew. Canvas is durable and has given the world a chance to learn about the Aboriginals' 'dreaming', their way of life and values.
    Aboriginal Canada Portal
    Canadian Aboriginal on-line resources, contacts, information, and government programs and services; maintained by the Government of Canada
    Aboriginal Canada Portal
    The Aboriginal Canada Portal, your single window to Canadian Aboriginal on-line resources, contacts, information, and government programs and services
    Aboriginal CKCU
    Anishinabek Canada
    Aboriginal CKCU is a weekly radio program aired on www.ckcufm.com Sundays at 9 am EST - raises the profile of Aboriginal music to increase learning, appreciation and understanding of Aboriginal people in Canada.
    Aboriginal Comedian
    Ojibwe Canada - Western
    Aboriginal stand up comedy with attitude! Gerry "The Big Bear" Barrett is a status, Ojibwe comedian from the Saugeen First Nation in Ontario, Canada. You may have seen him on CBC-TV, or APTN. He is available for conferences, speaking engagements.
    aboriginal community cybre centre
    Anishinaabe Canada
    We are a non-profit, community computer drop-in centre. We offer free training programs for those interested in learning about computers
    Aboriginal Connections - An Indigenous Peoples Web Directory
    A comprehensive web directory presenting categorized information to Canadian Aboriginal, Native American Indian and International Indigenous sites on the world wide web.
    Aboriginal Connections - An Indigenous Peoples Web Directory: Law
    Cree Canada
    links to Canadian sites primarily; maintained by Rob Wesley, Cree and a member of the Constance Lake First Nation Reserve.
    Aboriginal Constitutional Issues
    Publication of the John Howard Society of Alberta, 1992. Presented by the Access to Justice Network (ACJNet), an electronic community that brings together people, information, and educational resources on Canadian justice and legal issues.
    Aboriginal Cultural Eco-Resort Spa and Wellness Centre
      Canada - Eastern
    I am pleased to introduce you to a very unique and special opportunity to partner with my First Nation in the development of a high quality destination resort spa and wellness centre in our traditional lands of Northwestern Ontario.
    Aboriginal Digital Collections
    This pilot program is a unique opportunity for Aboriginal Canadians to preserve, celebrate and communicate their heritage, languages and contemporary life by developing and accessing materials over the Information Highway.
    Aboriginal Education and Training Strategy
    The Aboriginal Education and Training Strategy is an initiative to increase access for aboriginal students in Ontario’s universities and colleges. Through support received under the Strategy, aboriginal academic programs and content across the curriculum were designed, developed and implemented, to increase enrolment, retention and completion rates of Aboriginal students studying in the mainstream. As part of this initiative, a culturally sensitive environment for Aboriginal students was enhanced at Lakehead. Culturally relevant academic and support services programs have increased in the past six years as has the total number of Aboriginal faculty and staff working within the institution.
    Aboriginal Elders Teachings
    Ojibwe Canada - Western
    Our Native American Aboriginal Elders have been an integral part of our society for hunderds of generations. Ever since the creator placed the first person on mother earth, they have been given wisdom and direction.
    Aboriginal Experiences
      Canada - Eastern
    Turtle Island Tourism Company's mission, simply put, is to provide authentic Aboriginal experiences to visitors to Canada's capital region. Canadian and American Aboriginal culture is a source of much fascination to many world-wide, yet to many, it is as mysterious as it is fascinating.
    Aboriginal Genocide Litigation Resources
    On 26 September 2002 legislation enacted by the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia outlawed genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity: Division 268, Criminal Code Act. Australia is demonstrably "unwilling and unable" to investigate and prosecute Aboriginal Genocide claims and thus the International Criminal Court has jurisdiction. This site contains genocide charges against top government officials-- including the Attorney-General, who is the only person under the legislation who can bring such charges. Notification to the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: Monday 16 June 2003. Director: Robert Thorpe, Gunnai Cases: included Kevin Buzzacott, Arabunna; Wadjularbinna Nulyarimma, Gungalidda; Isabel Coe, Wiradjuri; and others.
    Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia
      Canada - Western
    Aboriginal Head Start (AHS) is an early intervention program for First Nations, Inuit and Métis children. The primary goal of the initiative is to demonstrate that locally controlled and designed early intervention strategies can provide Aboriginal children with a positive sense of themselves, a desire for life long learning, and opportunities to develop fully as successful people. Aboriginal Head Start directly involves parents and the community in the design and implementation of preschool projects. Projects include the promotion of cultures and languages, education, health, nutrition counselling and improved social supports.
    Aboriginal Healing Foundation - Fondation Autochtone de Guérison
      Canada - Eastern
    Our mission is to encourage and support Aboriginal people in building and reinforcing sustainable healing processes that address the legacy of Physical Abuse and Sexual Abuse in the Residential School system, including intergenerational impacts.
    Notre mission est d'appuyer les peuples autochtones et de les encourager à concevoir, développer et renforcer des démarches de guérison durables qui s'attaquent aux effets des abus sexuels et physiques subis dans les pensionnats, y compris les répercussions intergénérationnelles.
    Aboriginal Human Resource Council of Canada
    The council's vision is to create partnerships resulting in career opportunities for Aboriginal People leading to full participation in the Canadian economy and enhance aboriginal opportunities.
    Aboriginal Human Resource Council of Canada
    The Aboriginal Human Resource Council of Canada was established in 1998 to work on a national scale with Canadian corporations, industry sectors and Aboriginal Employment Centres in partnerships that translate into more skills, training and employment solutions for Aboriginal people. It is our mission to see full participation of Aboriginal people in Canadian labour markets. See More: Guiding Circles:an Aboriginal guide to finding career paths www.guidingcircles.com . Join iN the InclusionNetwork; Find current job and training opportunities with Inclusive employers!
    Aboriginal Hunter
    Aboriginal Hunter is a gateway or protal site for the indigenous people of the Hunter Valley to access the world and also a gateway for the world to access the rich culture of the Awabakal, Worimi & Wanaruah tribes of the Hunter Valley in NSW, Australia.
    Aboriginal Infrastructure Development
    Harmonizing modern veterinary infrastructure with aboriginal values and life styles will reverse the global cycle of poverty for all Indigenous Nations and Native Peoples.
    Aboriginal Journeys
    Kwagiutl Canada - Western
    Aboriginal Journeys is a wildlife and cultural tour operator, located in the Discovery Harbour Marina in Campbell River, BC, Canada. We offer wildlife adventure and cultural tours on a 24-foot zodiac, which include whale watching, bear viewing, First Nations dancing, traditional salmon barbecues and more.
    Aboriginal Languages of Australia
      Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages There are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages, most of which have been destroyed; all the others are endangered. This site has annotated links to 140 resources for nearly 40 of these languages. About 30% of these resources are produced by Indigenous people.
    Aboriginal Law
    A searchable index of legal information on the Internet. Maintained by CataLaw.
    Aboriginal Law and Legislation
    Maintained by Bill Henderson, an Ontario lawyer providing a range of services to clients from several provinces, including general litigation and advice on issues of Aboriginal, Treaty and other rights and concerns of First Nations.
    Aboriginal Leadership and Management
    The Aboriginal vision of self-reliance and independence will become a reality in the 21st century with the true acknowledgement of Aboriginal and treaty rights. Therefore, successful Aboriginal Nations must assert their right to govern themselves and must exercise that right effectively by building capable governing Nations that match their cultures and traditions.
    Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc. (South Australia)
    Nungas (Australia) Pacific - South
    legal services information and Internet resources for ALRM solicitors and aboriginal field officers.
    Aboriginal Links: Canada & U.S.
    Aboriginal Mapping Network
    The Aboriginal Mapping Network is a collection of resource pages for First Nation mappers who are looking for answers to common questions regarding mapping, information management and GIS. It is a network where First Nation mappers can learn about what other native mappers are doing, and share their own experiences throughout the aboriginal community.
    Aboriginal Media Program
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    This three-year post-secondary program leads to either a diploma in print or broadcast journalism. Upon completion of the program learners will also receive a certificate in specialized Aboriginal Media Studies from First Nations Technical Institute.
    Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada
    ANAC is a non-governmental, non-profit organization whose membership works mainly in First Nations Communities. An affiliate group of the Canadian Nurses Association, it is the only Aboriginal professional nursing organization in Canada.
    Aboriginal Peoples - Recent Trends
    2001 Census Consultation Guide - The census questions on Aboriginal and First Nation peoples provide information that is used to administer legislation and employment programs under the Indian Act of Canada and the Employment Equity Act.
    Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
    The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, or APTN, is Canada's First Nations, Inuit, and Metis national television network. APTN was launched nationally on September 1, 1999 to over 8 million homes via cable television, direct-to-home and wireless service viewers. APTN represents a significant milestone for Aboriginal Canada -- for the first time in broadcast history, First Nations, Inuit and Metis people have the opportunity to share their stories with the rest of the world on a national television network dedicated to Aboriginal programming. Through documentaries, news magazines, dramas, entertainment specials, childrens' series, cooking shows and education programs, APTN offers all Canadians a window into the remarkably diverse worlds of Indigenous peoples in Canada and throughout the world. More than 90% of APTN's programming originates in Canada, with 60% of the programs broadcast in English, 15% in French and 25% in a variety of Aboriginal languages.
    Aboriginal Policing Directorate: Canada
    An office of the Solicitor General of Canada; site in English and French [La Direction gŽnŽrale de la police des Autochtones, le Solliciteur gŽnŽral Canada]
    Aboriginal Resource Guide
    This user friendly tool is designed to aid Aboriginal people's search for information they require to develop or enhance administrative and financial skills in order to increase their capacity to successfully use the services of financial institutions. The "Resource Guide" is a database containing information and programs related to the above mentioned objective. It is organized under the following categories: Training, Business Plan, Sources of Funds, Business Environment and Help with Running Your Business.
    Aboriginal Rights -- Cosmopolitan Party of Canada
    Cosmopolitan is Canada's aboriginal rights inspired federal political party. We are commited to affirming aboriginal rights across Canada; but we can only do this, with your support, assistance, direction, and participation. Aboriginal rights in Canada can be redressed in a timely manner, if we come together via Cosmopolitan, with other Canadians who also support our treaty, cultural, and other rights.
    Aboriginal Rights Coalition - British Columbia
      Canada - Western
    Aboriginal Rights Coalition of BC
      Canada - Western
    The Aboriginal Rights Coalition is a coalition of aboriginal organizations, the major churches of Canada, and local community groups. This web-site provides topical and historical information on aboriginal issues in British Columbia and Canada, including the BC treaty process, Supreme Court decisions such as Delgamuukw and Marshall, and local First Nations.
    Aboriginal Services & Programs in Saskatchewan
    The Aboriginal Services Kiosk has information on services, programs and people to support First Nations and Métis People. Right now the information is only for services in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, but at a later date, we hope to expand this site to include information on aboriginal services from all across Saskatchewan.
    Aboriginal Single Window Initiative
    This initiative is intended to provide one-stop-shop service to organizations and individuals (First Nations, Inuit and Metis Canadians) who need access to government funded Aboriginal programs, to make information about these programs easier to obtain, and to foster improved cooperation and information sharing between the various levels of government and Aboriginal organizations.
    Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive
      Pacific - South
    The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies holds computer-based (digital) materials about Australian Indigenous languages in the Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA). ASEDA has materials including dictionaries, grammars, teaching materials, and represents about 300 languages. ASEDA offers a free service of secure storage, maintenance, and distribution of electronic texts relating to these languages.
    Aboriginal Studies WWW Virtual Library
      Pacific - South
    Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC)
      Canada - Western
    The Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC) is the voice of Aboriginal tourism throughout BC. Aboriginal Tourism of British Columbia visions a healthy, prosperous, proud, strong, and dynamic Aboriginal tourism industry offering high quality products that exceed visitor's expectations.
    Aboriginal Tourism Opportunities
    As an advocate for First Nations People, Aboriginal Tourism Opportunities hopes to link government, community and cultural organizations, and serve as a promotional tool for developing not just tourism, but locally owned and operated tourist destinations.
    Aboriginal Veterans Canada's Warriors
    Honouring our Aboriginal Veterans and seeking Veteran's Rights and equal treatment under the law from Canadian Veterans Affairs.
    Aboriginal Voices : Amerindian, Inuit, and Sami Theater (Paj Books)   <Book Center>
    by Per K. Brask (Editor), William Morgan (Editor)
    Hardcover - 145 pages (September 1992) Performing Arts Journal Pubns; ISBN: 0801843766
    Aboriginal Voices Magazine
    A Native North American Magazine of News, Arts & Culture.
    Aboriginal Ways
    Ioway US - Central
    Aboriginal Ways website is a site documenting aboriginal plains indian ways of life as seen through the eyes of an Ioway indian.
    Aboriginal Youth Network
    Aboriginals Gallery
    A mix of authentic tribal art offerings from Africa, Aboriginal Australia, Native America and the Arctic (Inuit). Masks, carvings, jewelry, paintings, pottery, textiles are included. Satisfaction guaranteed. IACA member for Native American items.
    Aboriginals in New Brunswick - Using Symbols to Communicate Messages
    Maliseet Canada - Eastern
    Illustration of a Wampum Bias Weave Collar - Wampum was used by many Indian peoples in the northeastern part of North America as a way of recording and sending messages. It consisted of purple and white beads made from the shells of quahog clams. The beads were strung in single strands or woven into 'belts', much like those made on bead-looms today. The design on each string or belt indicated the type of message being sent and helped the messenger remember the specific contents.
    Canadian Aboriginial Website show-cases both in French and English current events, issues and information.
    Cree Canada
    Abormedia is a multimedia facility with the highest forms of print and video technology in the industry. We understand the needs of our customers and provide them with the latest technology that increases quality and lowers the cost of our services. Abormedia is the one stop shop for all of you video and printing needs.
    Abotech.com - The Cyber Shelter for Primitive Living Skills
    Man (Homo sapiens) has been successful as a species, not because he has mastered modern technologies but because he mastered the skills necessary to compete for daily survival. Each epoch in the history of man has identified at least one major skill in man's ability to change and improve his environment. These skills were basic to those beings who lived thousands and thousands of years ago and are practiced by everyone today with technical refinements and modern adaptation to fulfill our own requirements.
    Abourignal Youth Achievement Awards
    About South Africa
    Bantu Africa
    A guide to the four main Bantu language and ethnic groups (Nguni,Sotho-Tswana, Venda and Thonga) of South Africa.
    About Sweetgrass
    By Talzhemir. Sweetgrass (Hierochloe odorata) is grown for its use in Native American and other rituals, as an incense.
    About Tibet
    Information on visiting Tibet. Embassies, Health, Language, Visas, Weather, News and 1,000's of links.
    About.com Native American Genealogy Resources
    Native American ancestry can be one of the most challenging areas of genealogy research. Learn how to research your Native American ancestry, search through Native American records and online databases, and discover great genealogy resources for your specific tribe!
    Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma
    Shawnee US - Central
    Abuelita's Heart   <Book Center>
    by Amy Cordova, Virginia Duncan (Editor)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8
    School & Library Binding - 32 pages (October 1997) Simon & Schuster (Juv); ISBN: 0689801815
    Abuses Against Natives in Asylum in S. Dakota
    Lakota US - Central
    Did you know...that Drapetomania - the insane urge of a slave to run away from a slavemaster - was thought to be the only type of mental illness affecting slaves? Did you know... that the federal government established a fully segregated asylum for "insane Indians" in Canton South Dakota? Pemina Yellow Bird is a psychiatric survivor activist who has begun to explore the history of Native People in U.S. mental health systems. Download her manuscript: "Wild Indians: Native Perspectives on the Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians."
    Abya Yala Fund
      America - South
    The mission of AYF is to increase the control and self-reliance of Indigenous Peoples of the original nations of Abya Yala by supporting the priorities, initiatives and processes of indigenous self-development.
    Abya Yala Net
      America - South
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    Abya Yala News
      America - South
    A quarterly journal which presents a unique source of news and analysis relating to Indigenous issues in Meso and South America from Indigenous peoples' perspectives.
    ABYA YALA NEXUS: an Indigenous wiki sharing information images ideas resources
    The Abya Yala Nexus is a site for Indigenous peoples and their allies to share information, images, connections, and ideas in the struggle for self-determination and cultural continuance. El Nexo Abya Yala es un sitio dedicado a los pueblos y personas Indígenas y sus aliados para que intercambien información, imágenes, conexiones, e ideas en la lucha a favor de la auto-determinación y la continuidad de sus culturas.
    Academic information on Native American Studies
    Academy for Educational Development
      United States
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    Las comisiones de Turismo y Extensión Cultural tienen el gusto de invitarle a visitar la cabecera municipal con motivo de la realización de la tradicional feria anual y en todo y cualquier momento y siempre.
    An extensive collection of links and information about the Zapatistas.
    Accohannock Tribe Living Village
    Accohannock US - Northeast
    Accusation by the Mapuche community of Jose Jineo
    Mapuche America - South
    This declaration, made by the Mapuche of Jose Jineo, Chile, gives an example of the kind of land-grabbing which is attempted on indigenous territory, with the connivance of the military junta - even though the community has legal title, and no single member has requested sale or division of the land.
    ACES MUSEUM Honoring Black & Minority Veterans of World War II & Their Families
    ACES MUSEUM Honoring Black and Minority Veterans of World War II & Their Families is home to Parker Hall, a functioning U.S.O. for black soldiers during WWII. Asian, Hispanic & Latino, Native American Exhibits highlight the efforts of this multicultural museum. Parker Hall was certified historical in 2002 by the Germantown Historical Society. ACES’s motto: Respect The Past, Nurture The Future.
    Acimowin Cree Nations Art and Designs
    Cree Canada
    To sell superior quality Indian Nations artwork, designs and services to tourists, local clients, and Internet clients, while providing educational information, training opportunities for Aboriginal peoples, community support through art fundraising projects, value and excellent customer service as a profit and growth oriented business.
    ACKCO, Inc. American Indian Professional Services
    ACKCO, Inc. is an Indian owned small business firm established in 1972 with corporate offices in Phoenix, Arizona. ACKCO's approach to project implementation is predicated on the following philosophy. "To acquire, utilize and teach the best of available technology, yet root our judgment and recommendations on the value system and experienced realities of the Native American way of life."
    ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
      United States
    Acoma & Laguna Pottery   <Book Center>
    by Rock Dillingham, Melinda Elliott, Joan Kathryn O'Donnell (Editor), Rick Dillingham
    Paperback - 241 pages (August 1992) School of Amer Research Press; ISBN: 0933452322
    ACQTC -- Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council
    Algonquin US - Northeast
    The official website of the Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council, Inc.; representing the Algonquian-speaking peoples originally inhabiting southwestern Connecticut.
    Action for Aboriginal Rights
      Pacific - South
    "designed for students (and other researchers) looking for information on current Australian Indigenous issues"
    Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration
      America - South
    ETC group, formerly known as Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI), is dedicated to the conservation and sustainable advancement of cultural and ecological diversity and human rights. To this end, ETC group supports socially responsible developments of technologies useful to the poor and marginalized and it addresses international governance issues and corporate power.
    Adarshila is a nonprofit school for Adivasi children in Madhya Pradesh. Adivasis are India's indigenous people and the majority do not have access to a good education, if any.
    Adela Diyatsodi Ageyv -
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    Adherents.com lists over 11,000 adherent statistics for over 1000 different faith groups.
    Administration for Native Americans (Alaska Region)
      US - Alaska
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    Administration for Native Americans (ANA)
    The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) promotes the goal of social and economic self-sufficiency of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other Native American Pacific Islanders, including Native Samoans.
    Administration for Native Americans (Eastern Region)
      US - Northeast
    The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) has three program areas in which a prospective applicant can apply: Social and Economic Development Strategies (SEDS), Environmental Regulatory Enhancement and Native American Language. In the process of completing an application for federal assistance, eligible applicants can receive training and technical assistance (T/TA). Short term T/TA that support efforts in achieving greater self-sufficiency for Native communities is offered free of charge.
    Administration on Aging
    National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, 2005 The Administration on Aging is pleased to join in the celebration of National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month in recognizing the intertribal cultures and to educate the public about the heritage, history, art, and traditions of the American Indian and Alaska Native people.
    Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program exists to create a bridge of hope between Native Americans and other cultures. It allows us to reach out to one another, share our gifts, and mend the broken circle of our relationship with the Land and the Native Americans who hold it in sacred trust.
    Adoros Handmade Unique Gifts
      US - West
    Retails/wholesales handmade shawls, jewelry, dolls and other artisans wares from Colombia.
    Advocacy for Native Adoptees
    The Advocacy for Native Adoptees is an non-profit organization responsive to the needs of First Nations peoples, who as children were removed from their community and adopted or put in foster care in non-Native homes. We are committed to helping Native adoptees overcome personal identity crises, rediscovering their roots, and building links with their original community.
    Advocates for Leonard Peltier
    Official site of Leonard Peltier's legal team. Contains information on cases and current actions
    Affaires Autochtones . Com
    Wendat-Huron Canada
    Affaires Autochtones - a site in French, from Quebec, including "informations démographiques, économiques, politiques et socioculturelles portant sur chacune des Premières Nations et Inuits du Québec."
    Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
      US - Northwest
    ATNI is a nonprofit organization representing 43 Northwest tribal governments from Oregon, Idaho, Washington, southeast Alaska, Northern California and Western Montana. The ATNI calendar of events and a listing of powwows and cultural gatherings is also available, plus web sites that may be of interest to the various tribal groups associated with ATNI. The sites are well-researched and will be regularly updated.
    Affiliated Tribes of NW Indians - Economic Development Corporation
      US - Northwest
    For over 40 years, ATNI has been an advocate for regional collaboration and communication between Northwest Indian Tribes. With over 50 member Tribes in a six-state region, ATNI created the ATNI Economic Development Corporation (EDC) in 1996 to develop programs that strengthen and expand regional cooperation between Northwest Indian Tribes related to expanding financial services and economic development to Northwest Indian Country.
    Affordable Native American Flutes and Flute Kits
    Cherokee US - Northwest
    Ancient Vision Native American Flutes by traditional native american flute maker, Charles Littleleaf. Offered exclusively through this site... traditional "Eagle Flute Series" native american flutes, handcrafted in 400 year old cedar, for the flute collector or recording artist. Littleleaf, native american flute maker, and Native American artist, in music, bronze and various other art media, is now creating stunning, precisely tuned quality Native American flutes for you to enjoy. The number one recommended native american musical instrument for spiritual meditation and healing release. Gallery Flute Portfolio included. A healing remedy... spiritual, theraputic, meditational woodwind instruments.
    Africa   <Book Center>
    Audio CD (July 13, 1999) Original Release Date: 1999 Number of Discs: 1 Putumayo; ASIN: B00000JG1L
    Africa Archaeology
      Europe & Russia
    The Internet directory about african archaeology, listing all the web sites or pages on the matter.
    African - Native Genealogy Homepage
    Researching Black Indian Genealogy of the Five Civilized Tribes It is known that many Africans intermarried with Native Americans. Less widely known is the fact that many Native Americans also owned African slaves, and fathered children with African slave women. In addition there were smaller numbers Free People of Color who lived in many of the nations and who also lived and married persons from the same nations, and whose descendants claim ancestry from the Oklahoma Black Indian people. As a result, thousands of Americans have African and Indian ancestry.
    African Archaeology Internet Resources
    African Ceremonies   <Book Center>
    by Carol Beckwith, Angela Fisher, Malidoma Patrice Some
    Hardcover - 744 pages Two Volume edition (November 1999) Harry N Abrams; ISBN: 0810942054
    African Documents at Fourth World Documentation Project
    Since 1991 the Africa section of the Prehistory Departement of the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-University at Frankfurt am Main, Germany, is engaged in research in Northeastern Nigeria, specifically Borno and Yobe States.
    African Drumming (1993)   <Book Center>
    Edition Details: • NTSC format (US and Canada only) • Color, HiFi Sound, NTSC • ASIN: 6303975739
    African Indigenous Science and Knowledge Systems
    In this site we present various perspectives on African Indigenous Knowledge Systems(AIK) from a wide range of scholars. We publish brief extracts from scholarly works on the subject and focus on several areas. We are proud to say that this site has been listed by the United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as one of the top 50 of African websites.
    African Palm And Indian Ethnocide
      America - South
    SAIIC recently received the following press releases from the Confederation of Indian Nations in the Ecuadorian Amazon (CONFENIAE).
    African Tribes
    Visual Anthropology website for photos, videos, and information on African tribes and natives from Subsaharan Africa, including indigenous tribes from South Africa, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Chad, and the Congo with an emphasis on the Afar, Himba, Hamer, Mursi, Arbore, Surma, Zulu, Dassanach, Karo, Nyangatom, and Hammer Tribes.
    Africana : The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience   <Book Center>
    by Kwame Anthony Appiah (Editor), Henry Gates (Editor)
    Hardcover - 2144 pages (November 1999) Basic Civitas Books; ISBN: 0465000711
    It is the continuing mission of AfricaWrites to inspire, uplift and educate viewers about traditional African culture through our online presentation. We hope to give a sense of real heroes,fascination in those wonders those yet undiscovered,and to bring back those myths and legends thought forever lost to the pages of history. Information about our multiple community outreach programs may also found on our site.
    Afro-Latino   <Book Center>
    Audio CD (May 19, 1998) Original Release Date: 1998 Number of Discs: 1 Putumayo; ASIN: B0000064WX
    Afsaes, La expresión de los Pueblos Indígenas Urbanos
      America - South
    Publicación sobre los Pueblos Indígenas y sus organizaciones asentados en el área urbana de la Zona Central de Chile: Aymara, Mapuche, Rapa Nui.
    After King Philip's War : Presence and Persistence in Indian New England (Re-Encounters With Colonia   <Book Center>
    by Colin G. Calloway (Editor)
    Paperback - 288 pages (July 1997) Dartmouth College; ISBN: 0874518199
    After the Trail of Tears : The Cherokees' Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839-1880   <Book Center>
    by William G. McLoughlin
    Paperback (January 1994) Univ of North Carolina Pr; ISBN: 0807844330
    After the Trail of Tears : The Cherokees' Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839-1880   <Book Center>
    by William G. McLoughlin
    Hardcover (December 1993) Univ of North Carolina Pr; ISBN: 080782111X
    Against the Winds: Traditions of Native American Running
    Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Harvard University: Running in the Past | Spiritual Traditions | Introduction | Timeline | Running Today - Peabody Museum
    Agard Family Quilts-Native American Made
    Lakota US - Central
    Native American Made Star Quilts from Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota. Four members of the Agard family make the star quilts. We are all enrolled members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Our Grandmother, who is 89 years old, still sews everyday and is our inspiration for for this craft.
    Agave Galleria
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Agave Galleria mission is to inspire future traditional legacies by providing an array of hand-made gifts from around the world. Our goal is to provide information that will foster an awareness of the importance of family traditions. We are honored to be an authorized retailer of (Navajo) Lawrence Vargas and Sons Art, Bill & Traci Rabbit Art (Cherokee)and the art of Amado Pena (Yaqui).
    Agayuliyararput: Kegginaqut, Kangiit-Ilu = Our Way of Making Prayer   <Book Center>
    Yup'Ik Masks and the Stories They Tell
    by Marie Meade (Translator), Ann Fienup-Riordan (Editor)
    Paperback - 236 pages Eng/Yup'ik edition (January 1996) University of Washington Press; ISBN: 0295975091
    Agency MABU
    Metis US - West
    MABU is an Indian-owned marketing & advertising agency specializing in planning, research, graphic design, writing, digital printing, commerical photography and website development. From Turtle Mountain.
    Agreement on Identity and Rights of Indigenous Peoples
    Maya America - Central
    Peace Accords (1995)
    Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, California
      US - Southwest
    Welcome to the home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the historic Palm Springs-based tribe with more than 400 members and a community base that includes families, businesses and civic organizations. As a Sovereign Tribal Government, the Tribe stewards more than 31,500 acres of ancestral land which includes cities, county and protected Bighorn sheep habitat.
    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.
    Ah-Mut Pipa Foundation
    Quechua US - Southwest
    The mission of the Ah-Mut Pipa Foundation is to educate the Quechan community, the Tribes of California, and the general public, in order to increase understanding of Native American ethnohistory, culture, and art. The Foundation will maintain facilities for research, publication, instruction, performance art, film and television production. It is the intention of the Foundation to promote the history and culture of Native California through the voices of the people themselves; sharing Native American methods of storytelling and research that will enrich the lives of all people.
    Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew
    Metis Canada
    Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew is Métis from northern Alberta. He is editor of the ConunDrum Online Aboriginal Arts Magazine that premiered in July 2005 produced by Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery. He has exhibited internationally and his writing has been published in Fuse, MIX and the anthologies "The Multiple and Mutable Subject, and Caught in the Act. New articles will be appearing in the anthologies Transmission, Technology and Tradition, INDIANacts and Tiré à part/Off Printing.
    Ahnisnabae Art
    Ojibwe Canada - Northern
    Roy Thomas is an Ahnisnabae-born Artist. Roy has devoted his time learning about the ways of his people, their teachings and the ways of nature. While he is basically a self-taught artist, Roy is guided by the memories of his grandparents who taught him what to paint. Today Roy is a painter in the Ojibway Woodland style. This style uses symbolisms and imagery inspired by the pictographs that Roy also seen as a child. The spirit of art and his elders have taught him what to paint. When he paints the visions of the traditional teachings it’s for his people, for his family, for the community and for his nation.
    Ahupua`a Action Alliance
      US - Hawaii
    A coalition of grassroots and Hawai'ian organizations, focused on protection and restoration of Hawai'i's natural, cultural, and spiritual resources.
    Ahwaz Studies Center
    This website is dedicated to the study of Ahwaz (Khuzestan), a province in southwestern Iran. Educating the public and publicizing the cause of the Ahwazi Arab people is our top priorities. We are advocating freedom and democracy and support the cause of national self-determination for the Ahwazi Arab people.
    AIM Motivational Seminars
      US - Southwest
    Serves Native American organizations and communities with seminars, workshops, retreats, and special training programs for Native American youth and adults, presented by Native American facilitators.
    AIM Seminars
    Navajo US - Southwest
    AIM (Attitude, Insight, Motivation) Motivational Seminars provides trainings through the use of seminars, retreats, workshops, and conferences for adults and youth that are tailored to the specific needs of each Native American Indian Organization.

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