Native American Studies - Local and Tribal History and Resources
Native American Studies
Tribal & Local History and Resources
Native American Studies> Tribal Histories
American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
"This digital collection integrates over 2,300 photographs and 7,700 pages of text relating to the American Indians in two cultural areas of the Pacific Northwest, the Northwest Coast and Plateau. These resources illustrate many aspects of life and work, including housing, clothing, crafts, transportation, education, and employment. The materials are drawn from the extensive collections of the University of Washington Libraries, the Cheney Cowles Museum/Eastern Washington State Historical Society in Spokane, and the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle."
- University of Washington Libraries & American Memory, Library of Congress
California Indian Heritage
Sections include: In the News ; Putting a Face on the Past ; Historic Timeline ; Tribal Groups ; Directory of California Tribes ; Links
- Official Website of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer.
Camping with the Sioux
Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher
"The following text is based on two journals kept by Alice Fletcher during a six-week venture into Plains Indian territory in 1881."
- National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Indian Peoples of the Northern Great Plains
"Images of the Indian Peoples of the Northern Great Plains is a searchable online photograph database...Images were digitized and drawn from the library collections of three of the Montana State University campuses ( Bozeman, Billings, and Havre), the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, and Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency, Montana...The digital collection was created in consultation with Native Americans, educators, librarians, and historians. The overall organization of the database is by tribe, including: Crow, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Salish (Flathead), Kutenai, Chippewa-Cree, Gros Ventres (Atsina), and Assiniboine. The collection consists primarily of images, but includes some text to give context. Most of the images are photographs, but there are also stereographs, ledger drawings, and other sketches."
University of New Mexico School of Law Library - American Indian Law
"These web pages are designed to assist the researcher in obtaining appropriate resources dealing with Native American law. Brief descriptions of the contents of each resource will guide the researcher in selecting material."
Sections include: Federal Materials ; Federal Agencies ; Tribal Materials ; Native American Organizations ; Law School Native American Websites ; Law Reviews & Other Publications ; Sandia Pueblo Land Controversy ; International Indigenous Issues.
Lakota na Dakota Wowapi Oti Kin
Lakota Dakota Information Home Page
"This page deals with Lakota and Dakota peoples. These distinct but related groups are sometimes referred to as Sioux or Siouan peoples. This page does not represent an officially sanctioned voice for any of these peoples either as individuals or as corporate groups."
By Marin Broken Leg, Augustana College and Raymond Bucko, S.J., Creighton University.
The Official Website
[Mississippi] Indian Mounds of Mississippi
"This guide to the publicly owned, visitor-accessible American Indian Mound sites of Mississippi provides a compact source of information on these impressive landmarks of the ancient past."
- National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service
Suquamish Tribe - Chief Seattle
The United Confederation of Taino People (UCTP)
"Home Page of the UCTP Affiliated Taino, Carib and Arawak Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean Islands and the United States."
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