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  • Mother Earth’s Creations
    The Name of our Business is, “Mother Earth’s Creations”. SmilesAlot & Spirit Eagle Proprietors. We may come from many different aspects of life today, but our main focus should be the teachings of “Honor and Respect for all of our Relations” for we are all creations of your Mother, the Earth..

  • Mi'kmaq Online
    Mi'kmaq Online - Pjila'si, welcome to the Mi'kmaq-Mi'gmaq Online Talking Dictionary Project.

  • The Mi'kmaq language
    Language: The Mi'kmaq language, Mi'kmawi'simk or Mikmawisimk, is an Algonquian language spoken by about 7000 Indians in the Canadian Maritimes, particularly Nova Scotia..

  • Mi'kmaq Clothing and Personal Items:
    From time immemorial the Mi’kmaq have developed processes and technologies that enabled them to make clothing. .

  • Mi'kmaq language
    Mi'kmaq language. Produced by Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk.

  • Hidatsa Mandan Arikara Earth Lodges
    Hidatsa Mandan Arikara Earth Lodges George Gillette, Council chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes -- Hidatsa (called Gros Ventre by whites), Arikara, Mandan -- of Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, weeps as the US Secretary of the Interior signs the 1948 papers confirming the forced sale of 155,000 acres of the North Dakota reservation to flood them by the Garrison Dam and Reservoir. .

  • Powhatan Renape Nation
    Welcome to the Powhatan Renape Nation, an American Indian Nation located at the Rankokus Indian Reservation in Westampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey..

  • Wacipi PowWow
    Wacipi PowWow. This KTCA documentary special first aired in early October 1995. .

  • Totem Poles
    Totem Poles: An Exploration .

  • Ojibwe Links
    Ojibwe Links to Culture, Art, History, Language & People.

  • Resources for Kids & Teachers
    Native American Resources for Kids & Teachers.

  • The Pow Wow Trail
    "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.

  • Government of the Jatibonicu Taino People
    Government of the Jatibonicu Taino People. This Is An Official Tribal Government Web Site.

  • FourWinds Entertainment
    Welcome to - Our primary purpose is to share and present modern Native American dance and tradition, as described throughout this site.

  • Passamaquoddy Tribe
    Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point.

  • Wikwemikong Tipi Company
    The tipi or "dwelling place" was at once a "dwelling place" for man and an artistic statement of form and function..

  • Native American Authors
    This website provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal websites..

  • Native American Genealogy
    Native American Genealogy - 1890 Cherokee Nation census has been released for prepublication.

  • Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
    At NMAI, we think of our new museum on the National Mall, set to open in 2004, along with our other sites (the Cultural Resources Center in Suitland, Maryland, and the George Gustav Heye Center in New York), as Native places of a kind..

  • Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
    Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project. Coordinated by, The University of Oklahoma Law Library.

  • Native American Times Newspaper
    The official website of the Native American Times newspaper. The largest independently owned Indian newspaper in America...

  • Native American Public Telecommunications
    NAPT fosters the creation of authentic Native American progamming for public television. NAPT ANNOUNCES HEALTH NEWS!.

  • Native Shop
    Native Shop is a project of the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center. .

  • Native American Music
    Native American Music on Line - Native American Music Awards.

  • National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
    The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center's (NNAAPC) mission is to stop the spread of HIV and related diseases among American Indians, Alaskan Natives, Native Hawaiians, and to improve the quality of life for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

    LONG BEFORE the white man set foot on American soil, the American Indians, or rather the Native Americans, had been living on this land. When the Europeans came here, there were probably 10 million Indians north of present-day Mexico and they had been living here for quite some time..

  • Native-American-Online.Org
    Welcome to Native-American-Online.Org! The official members site for NativeChat.Net. This site exists to serve the Native American and First Nations community..

    AIROS - providing you with authentic Native American music, news, entertainment, interviews and discussions of the current issues in Indian Country and the world. AIROS is an international distributor of Native American programming through the Public Radio Satellite System.

  • Native American Shelters
    Native American Shelters - Northwest Coast - Great Basin and West Coast - Southwest - Subarctic and Arctic - Plains - Northeast - East and Southeast.

  • Native American Health
    Native American Health Information - Latest News - Nutrition - Prevention/Screening.

  • Native American fish & wildlife resources
    The Society is a non-profit membership organization. It exists for the protection, conservation and enhancement of Native American fish & wildlife resources. The Society's purposes are charitable, educational, scientific and cultural..

  • Native American Documents Project
    There are three sets of data at this site: Indexed Published Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and the Board of Indian Commissioners for 1871, two appendices to the board's report, and a map from the 1875 report.

  • Repatriation & Reburial
    Native American Repatriation & Reburial: A Bibliography Compiled by Barb Bocek Stanford Archaeologist.

  • World Flutes International Native American Flute Association
    World Flutes International Native American Flute Association. An organization whose goal is to foster the preservation, appreciation, and advancement of the Native American flute.


  • Native Sites
    Native American web pages, and net links.

  • Native American Women Playwrights Archive
    The Native American Women Playwrights Archive is a collection of original materials by Native women playwrights of the Americas. NAWPA hopes to identify playwrights, collect and preserve their work, try to make it widely known, and encourage performances and continued creativity. .

  • Native American actors, singers and other artists
    Native American actors, singers and other artists. Perhaps the biggest linklist for native actors on the net..

  • Native American Bedtime-Story™ Collection
    Bedtime-Story For the Busy Business-Parent. Whimsical Bedtime Stories for Children of All Ages. Special Section: The Native American Bedtime-Story Collection - Courtesy of Home Office Mall .

  • (NNABA)
    Northwest Native American Basketweavers Association (NNABA)

  • Great Falls Native American Art Association
    Annual Native American Art Show in Great Falls, Montana. Featuring the Artwork of Native American Artists from Montana and the West..

  • Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)
    The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) was founded in 1982 by a small group of Tribal Finance Officers who recognized a need for a forum to share financial information. .

  • Native Americans in the Military.
    20th Century Warriors: Native American Participation in the United States Military.

  • Native American Prophecies
    Native American Prophecies.

  • New Mexico Taos Drums
    My drum is full of dreams; full of voices. These voices speak always of olden things. Yet, in the same breath they seem to speak of youth and more youth to come..

  • American Indian Environmental Protection Agency
    American Indian Environmental Office, ... November 2002, National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month, Regions, Programs, Tribal Grants, Tribal Contacts,.

  • Taos Drums
    We see it in the coming and going of the day and night.The ebb and flow of tides. The swaying of the trees in the wind. We hear it in the patter of rain. The repetition of footsteps. The beating of the human heart. We respond to rhythm when we sense it-and seek it out when it is not present for it is invariably pleasant. Little wonder that throughout the history of mankind, people from all over the world have prized drums-the instrument of rhythm.

  • Spanish Exploration and Conquest of Native America
    Conquest trails among Native American villages in 14 States are presented here. What Happened to the Indians?

  • Native American Resource Center Web Site
    The Native American Resource Center's web page includes information about American Indian history, culture and art..


  • Native American Studies.
    Academic Info Native American Studies. Area & Country Studies Native American Studies. ... The Native American Studies Gateway.

  • Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA)
    Training Resource. Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA). Resource Partner and Advocate of the Native American Business Community..

    This page is a gateway to information concerning approximately 80 western Native American tribes, visited and photographed by Edward S. Curtis from 1890 to 1930, taken from The North American Indian, Curtis' massive lifework. .

  • Native American Treaties and Information
    Documents of American Indian diplomacy : treaties, agreements, and conventions.

  • Marilee's Native Americans Resource
    Marilee's Native Americans Resource. Excellent resource for children and teachers learning about Native North American tribes, including culture groups, clothing, crafts, legends, recipes, songs.

  • American Indian and Alaska Native Populations
    Population Estimates Population by race for current and past dates may be found among our Population Estimates offerings. Annual and monthly estimates are available by race at the national level, and for selected dates at the state and county levels..

  • Programs and Resources for Native American Elders
    The Indian Health Service (IHS), an agency in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), in partnership with the Administration on Aging (AoA) and the National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA), has issued a report on long-term care for American Indian and Alaska Native elders.

  • Reconnecting With Your American Indian Heritage
    Native American Genealogy: Reconnecting With Your American Indian Heritage

  • Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center
    Located on Hatteras Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center is a non-profit educational foundation created for the purpose of preserving Native American artifacts, art, and culture..

  • Native American Culture
    Native American Culture Annotated Links: and Articles:.

    NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES - NOTICE: Listing on this page does not constitute endorsement or approval of a site's content. The links provided here are for the convenience of those who wish to find tribal cultural and language resources. .

  • Native American Flutes and Art
    Unique Native American flutes and art handcrafted by Lee LaCroix. The video, Crafting Your Own Native American Flute..

  • Grade Schoolers First Americans
    About the site. This site was produced by Karen Martin, MA in Education and member of the Muscogee Nation. Many people have offered ideas and feedback including Ms. Casey, a 3rd grade Teacher at Cabello Elementary School, Stephanie Fryberg, a Phd. student in sociology. .

  • Compact First Nations Histories
    These Compact Histories are presented here to provide information to those interested in learning more about the First Nations. .

  • Welcome to RecipeSource! Native American Recipies.
    North & South American Recipes : Native American Recipes.

    ONABEN: A Native American Business Network. Created by Northwest Indian Tribes to increase the success of private businesses owned and operated by Native Americans.

  • Native American Women
    Native American Women. This gallery presents daily life for late-19th-century Native American women of the plains and the desert southwest.. Multiple tribes are pictured, so the story is a composite of early Native American life. Similarities in daily activities for women across tribes are presented.

  • Indian Summer Native Art & crafts
    Our site features fine Native American Art & crafts and Indian Jewelry, by local southwest Native American Artists from various Native American Tribes.

    A Community Based Multisport Member of the United States Olympic Committee.

  • Native American EMS
    The National Native American EMS Association .

  • The Native American Anthology: Internet Resources
    The Native American Anthology: Internet Resources .

  • Native American Scholarships
    Native American Scholarships On Line.

  • The Cooking Post
    The Cooking Post - Traditional Native American Recipes.

  • National Native American Law Students Association
    The National Native American Law Students Association was founded in 1970 to promote the study of federal Indian law and to support Native American students in law school. .

  • National American Indian Housing Council
    National American Indian Housing Council - "A Tradition of Native American Housing".

  • American Folklore
    Welcome to American Folklore. This folklore site contains retellings of American folktales, Native American myths and legends, tall tales, weather folklore and ghost stories from each and every one of the 50 United States. .

  • Native American Arts Humanities and Culture
    Native American Arts Humanities and Culture, music, books, videos, incense and sweet grass. To promote awareness and increase knowledge.

  • Eiteljorg Museum
    Eiteljorg Museum Site Development.

  • Native American Crafts Unit
    Children in the American colonies frequently learned how to make toys and other crafts from the Native American children who lived nearby..

  • Native American Flutes by Cedar Spirit
    Native American flutes and totems by Cedar Spirit. We hand-craft ... tone, right away. What makes Cedar Spirit Native American flutes unique?.

  • Native American Genealogical Research & Publishing Company™
    Native American Genealogical Research & Publishing Company™ "Proud to promote the heritage of the Native people". .

    Women In Military Service For America Memorial.

    Native American Flutes~ handcrafted by Tom, Erika, Matt and Lily Stewart in Shelton, Washington. As you browse through the Stellar web pages you will see beautifully hand made wood flutes that are called Native American flutes because they were originated in America by Indians hundreds of years ago.

  • Celebrate Native American Heritage
    Activities to Celebrate Native American Heritage! November is National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month..

  • The North American Native Fishes Association
    The North American Native Fishes Association is dedicated to the appreciation, study and conservation of North America's native fishes .

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    Pow Wow Information Web Pages

    This link takes you to my Pow wow and Gathering, Dates and Information page.

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    This takes you to my next index/links page when you click on it.. There are well over 250 links to other Native American web pages here in total now. And I need more than one page to house them all on. If there are any problems with any of these links please inform me, so I can fix them... Thank you.

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