Native American Studies - Religions and Spirituality Resources
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Aboriginal Star Knowledge
Native American Astronomy
Las Casas News
Dominican ministry among the Cheyenne and Arapahoe
Imaging and Imagining the Ghost Dance
James Mooney's Illustrations and Photographs, 1891-1893
- Kateri, Our Sister
"Christianity among the Indians of the Americas is exemplified in the religious lifestyle of Kateri Tekakwitha, a Mohawk Indian woman now regarded as a saint by her followers. Her importance to Native American Catholics, past and present, is illustrated with photographs and quotations from interviews."
Myths and Legends of the Sioux
Online version of the 1916, 1st ed. by Marie L. McLaughlin
"Under the auspices of the Pluralism Project at Harvard University, to which Michael McNally is a Research Affiliate, this site explores the intersection between law, religion, and Native American traditions in historic and recent cases -- many of them pending -- where Native American communities have sought protection for 'sacred' lands, practices, objects, and human remains that are arguably, if not solely or plainly, matters of religious freedom."
Pathways to Freedom
"Here at the Northlight website you will find information on participating and learning about the Native American Culture and Ancient Essene Processes...We also offer art works, reproduction artifacts, youth group retreats, various jewelry work and repairs, and also professional sign painting."
Roger Clark, Eaglewolf, is a certified firewalk instructor/FIREWALK INSTITUTE of RESEARCH and EDUCATION. He is also a Sundancer with the Lakota Sioux.
The Soul of the Indian
Electronic version of the 1911 ed. by Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa)
The Sun-Dance of the Sioux
Electronic version of the Century Magazine article by Frederick Schwatka published 1889-1890
tahtonka.com - Religion, Rituals, Myths and Legends
A nice annotated collection of resources
War Against Exploiters of Lakota Spirituality
"Statement adopted by various Lakota/Dakota/Nakota organizations concerning the misappropriate of Lakota Traditional Practices."
Maintained by Raymond A. Bucko, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Le Moyne College
Maintained by Mike Madin, a graduate of the Univ. of Washington's Comparative Religion program.
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