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    Alcatraz Indian Occupation
      US - Northwest
    4 page document on the history of Alcatraz, and the 1969-71 occupation, by Dr. Troy Johnson. Hosted by the National Park Service.
    Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Hubbell trading post has served the Navajo and Hopi Nation's people for over 100 years. The trading post continues to operate, buying Native American art from individuals and selling these items to visitors. This operation has been a National Historic Site since 1965. The store is operated by a non-profit organization,the Western National Parks Association. Our Friends group conduct events that raise funds that are donated to Native American college students.
    Knife River Indian Villages - Teachers Guide
      US - Central
    The purpose of this Teacher's Guide is to provide history and social science teachers, at all grade levels, with information and activities about the American Indians of the Northern Plains, who lived in the area of the Knife River where it enters the Missouri. This area is now Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. - History, subsistance, housing, transportation, arts, crafts & clothing, games, illustrations and more.
    National Park Service
    Features Indian historical and archeological elements within the National Park System.
    Pack Basket Dates to 2,900 BP
    Several years ago, during a low snow year, park snow fields retreated considerably. At the edge of one snow field near Obstruction Point, a park visitor found basket fragments and brought them to the visitor information desk at Hurricane Ridge. Park archeologists and curators visited the site and collected numerous fragments that date to around 2,900 BP (before present).

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