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    First Nations Histories - An ongoing web project that aims to provide extensive histories of all major tribes of Native Americans.

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

    Why Did You Kill My People? - Information about a presentation on Chief John Logan, sponsored by the West Virginia Humanities Council and presented by Huntington native, Dan Cutler.

    Looking Back - Historical essays on the indigenous people of America, describing their society, culture, and traditions, to honor the past and preserve the future.

    The Wampum Chronicles - New research into Mohawk history, based on historical documentation, secondary sources, and Mohawk oral tradition.

    American Indian Policy Center - Provides government leaders, policy makers, and the public with accurate information about the legal and political history of American Indian nations, and the contemporary situation for American Indians.

    A Positive Light - Code Talkers, America's Secret Weapon - The Marines might never have taken Iwo Jima and World War II might have ended differently without the indecipherable language of the Navajo Code Talkers.

    On This Date in North American Indian History - 3,000+ historical events, tribal name meanings, alternate names, Indian moon names, and over 6000 links to other sites

    Narragansett Indian Tribe - Official web site of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island provides accurate history of the tribe's past and the outlook of its future.

    New Mexico's Pueblo Indians - History of the Pueblo Indians over the 400+ years since the coming of the Spaniards, with news items, links, and pictures by San Juan/Hopi.

    American Indian Kids - Historical look at Native Americans for kids, ages 6-10. Emphasizes Indian family and community life.

    The Te-Moak Shoshone - Commemoration of the 1863 signing of the Ruby Valley Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the Western Shoshone Indians and the United States Government. Includes a speech made by Chief Frank Te-Moke Sr (1903-1994) in 1965 and a link to the original treaty.

    Town Creek Indian Mound - Information and historic site resources for the Pee Dee Culture at Town Creek, a regional expression of South Appalachian Mississippian Tradition, A.D. 1200-1400.

    Native American Conquest - These articles, written for teens, serve as a guide through North America before its Indian cities were destroyed by foreign diseases.

    Native American Religion in Early America - Essay with teaching suggestions from a scholar in American religious history. In "Divining America: Religion and the National Culture" from the National Humanities Center.

    First American Forefathers - Biographies, pictures and quotations from Native American leaders. Also has a message board and a selection of quizzes and puzzles.

    Voices from the Trading Post - Oral history interviews with over fifty Indian traders of the southwest United States. Contains slide shows, with a focus on Navajo, Hopi, Zuni reservations, culture, and artifacts.

    Indian Occupation of Mother Bedford - History of indigenous peoples of south central Pennsylvania.

    Miami Circle - Photographs, articles and links about the 1998 archaeological discovery of a mysterious stone circle on the banks of the Miami River, thought to be built by the ancient Tequesta Indians.

    Cankpe Opi: Wounded Knee Massacre - Comprehensive historical accounts, Congressional testimony, and editorial comments on the December, 1890, massacre in South Dakota.

    Trail of Tears - History and maps of the infamous forced removal of Cherokee, Choctaw, and other peoples from the southeastern region to Oklahoma.

    Unseen Neighbors: Native Americans of Central Massachusetts - A collection of historical documents and critical essays on the history and descendants of the Nipmuc and Wampanoag Indians of New England.

    The Indian Fur Trade - Effects of the fur trade and interaction of explorers, traders, and mountain men on Native Americans between 1804 and 1843.

    Native People of North America - Photographs of Anasazi, Cherokee, and Alaska native sites with historical commentary.

    Remember Wounded Knee - Endeavors to "mend the Sacred Hoop that was broken" at the massacre in 1890. Provides historical records and links to additional information.

    Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux History - Series of articles, with timeline, about the eastern Montana reservation. Includes an annotated roster of Sioux and Cheyenne participants in the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

    Chickasaw Historical Research Page - Contains primary source material and historical documents in the history of the Chikasaw people.

    The American Indian in Tennessee - Traces the last 15,000 years of Native American occupation of Tennessee, using artifacts from the McClung Museum's extensive collections. Includes the Duck River Cache, considered the greatest find in Tennessee archaeology, dating from the Late Mississippian period (ca. AD 1450).

    Paths to Living History - North American Indian and Indigenous People: A collection of historical documents, essays, and articles on various topics of Native American history.

    History of the Northwest Coast - Significant events and history of the people of the northwest, from 1774 to present day. Includes journal entries from fur traders, Indian prophets, and ethnographers.

    American Indian History and Art - Biographies and portraits of several historic Native Americans including Sitting Bull, Quanah Parker, Chief Joseph.

    Brain-Box Digital Archives - Native American narratives on history and the contemporary culture. Ojibwe perspectives and resources combine in an important new media audiovisual archive. Curriculum materials for teachers available online.

    The Elkus Indian Papers - The California Academy of Sciences Library's collection of over 3,300 documents related to Indian affairs over the period 1922-1963, from the estate of Charles de Young Elkus.

    Anadarko Festival - Historical photographs taken by John C. Chapman during the 1947 Anadarko, Oklahoma, Indian Festival.

    NPS Tribal Preservation Program - The United States National Park Service assists Indian tribes in preserving their historic properties and cultural traditions with training, grants, and publications. Links to tribal information.

    A Brief History of Oklahoma - A series of articles dealing with all aspects of the state's history, including the prehistoric native tribes, as well as those who were compelled to migrate and settle the Indian Territory.

    Ancient American - Archeology of the Americas Before Columbus. Magazine dedicated to prehistory artifacts and petrogliphs of the American Continent. A public forum for certified experts and nonprofessionals alike.

    Charles Lummis's Crusade Against Indian Boarding Schools - A reporter in New Mexico, Charles Fletcher Lummis won an precedent setting legal battle in 1892 against a government policy that permitted Indian children to be taken from their parents.

    Carlisle Indian Industrial School - Respectfully honors those students and their descendants who lived the experiment, celebrates with those who prospered from it, and grieves with those whose lives were diminished by it.

    Paugaussett Indians - Collection of articles on the history and culture of the Connecticut Indians, from 1630 to the close of the Indian Wars.

    Native American Participation in the US Military - Naval Historical Center's tribute to the contributions of Native Americans in 20th Century military operations, including the Code Talkers and other decorated members of the armed forces.

    American Indian Tribe - Portal site intended to aid web users in research on the historical background of many Native American tribes.

    North: Landscape of the Imagination - A history of the indigenous people of the Canadian North, as recounted by historical literature and artistic artifacts.

    The Wampanoag - The Children's Museum, Boston, and Wampanoag Indian Advisors offer teacher's resources on Wampanoag Indian culture, history and heritage. Includes suggested activities, readings, and examples from the Museum's collection.

    Southwest Web Ring - Essays related to southwestern Native American history, pre-history, and contemporary issues. Includes photo galleries of ancient southwest ruins.

    Mound and Effigy Building Cultures of North America - Provides a single point summary of online resources for all those interested in native American cultures, with an emphasis on mounds and archaelogical sites.

    Lakota Noon At Greasy Grass - Lakota commentary about the Battle at Little Big Horn, with annotated battle map.

    Chinook Indian - Enigmatic Tribe of the Columbia River - Master traders and fishermen, who are now almost gone from the face of the earth, once enjoyed a peaceful existence along the banks of the Columbia River.

    Plains Indian History - Portal to American West history sites, with emphasis on the native tribes such as Lakota, Cheyenne, and Arapaho, and their chiefs, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Black Kettle, and others.

    Straight Arrow Publications - Eastern Native American history and research - American Indian nations include Shawnee, Cherokee, Delaware, Wyandot, Miami, Seneca, Mohawk, Chickasaw, Seminole, Choctaw. Indian blood traditions.

    American Truths - Dramatic audio presentations quoting historic documents that contrast the values, beliefs, and behaviors of indigenous and immigrant cultures, and reveal the roots of today's controversies.

    Indian Removal - On May 26, 1830, the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was passed by the Twenty-First Congress of the United states of America. After four months of strong debate, Andrew Jackson signed the bill into law.

    Plains Indians - A short essay describing the culture and rituals of Plains Indians.

    Forgotten Native American History - Neglected historical facts based on the book "Lies My Teacher Told Me".

    Native History - An educational resource for individuals and teachers, with an emphasis on primary source materials. Includes articles, historical maps, current events, links, and published resources.

    An 'Unvanished' Story - The National Park Service's article on the 5,500 year history of San Francisco Bay, including the Costanoans, Ohlone, and other native Californians.

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