" Minds are like parachutes,
they only function when they are open. "
Sir James Dewar
These photographs from the last century, capture
the true grace and beauty of Native Americans.
This group assists Indian communities and
offers medical education and cross-cultural training.
Founded to encourage the education of Native Americans
in the fields of science, technology, engineering and business.
A good list of resources for American Indian studies research.
Although not recently updated, there are still some
excellent resources listed here for Anthropology students.
Who is the new Head of the BIA?
We finally have a new leader at the helm.
One of the most sacred places in American Native History,
Cahokia Mounds is like no other place in this country
for discovering who our real First people were.
A massive collection of Native American reference
and educational resources from USC.
This government resources web site lists many
agencies and is a very good place to find help.
If your studies include the First People of Florida,
this page has an extensive Resource list.
An outstanding collection of links to everything
American Indian from Endicott College.
The Peabody Museum of Ethnology
and Archaeology on-line exhibitions.
Official web site of the Intertribal Agricultural Council
"founded in 1987 to pursue and promote conservation, development
and use of our agricultural resources for the betterment of our people".
The finest collection of literary works on the Internet.
An outstanding reference resource, the National Archive
and Records Administration, offers some excellent
information about our people and our history.
An organization dedicated to assuring decent,
clean and safe housing for Native Americans.
The Yale University library research
guide for Native American studies.
Excellent Native American reference resources
from the library of Stanford University.
Another fine place to begin or enhance
your search for your Indigenous roots.
A comprehensive UC Berkeley collection of data
about the Indigenous California people.
These first-hand accounts, reveal the mind set of much
of the country at this time and expose the shameful
behavior of the US Government towards its Indigenous people.
Very reminiscent of the chilling must read book by Robert F. Heizer,
The Destruction of California Indians.
PBS examines the history of the people, places
and treaties that helped shape the American West.
These beautiful Native American photographs are
from the Pitt Rivers Museum at Oxford University.
The Mother of all Native American genealogy resources online.
Your personal search for ancestors should begin here.
This unparalleled reference resource from the fine minds
at Stanford is an archive of the Human Language
with nearly 2,400 languages represented.
A complete guide to Native American languages,
from the UC Davis Native American Studies Department.
A good starting place for learning more about Indian languages.
A wealth of historical data of particular importance
for those seeking information about Indian history:
Pre-Colonial/Native American Resources.
Two extraordinary collections of photographs and biographies,
from America's premier Native American photographer.
Edward Sheriff Curtis
The University of Indiana has created a beautiful
collection of American Indian photographs.
This rare web resource of Indigenous people, issues,
articles, papers and news stories, is nicely
sorted by issue and geographical location.
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