NATIVE AMERICAN (K-12 all)

http://www.kstrom.net/isk/food/recipes.html  Native American Foods INTERACTIVE

http://www.kstrom.net/isk/mainmenu.html  Native American Indian Resources.  

http://www.nativetech.org/poetry NativeTech INTERACTIVE  Native American Technology, Art, Poetry and Stories.

http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/  Index of Native American Resources on the Internet.

http://www.nativeweb.org The Native Web. NativeWeb is an international, nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to using telecommunications including computer technology and the Internet to disseminate information from and about native or Indigenous nations, peoples and organizations around the world; to foster communication between native and non-native peoples; to conduct research involving native peoples' usage of technology and the Internet; and to provide resources, mentoring, and services to facilitate native use of this technology.

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http://www.si.edu/Encyclopedia/Search/History%20and%20Culture  Smithsonian Institute National Museum of the American Indian.

Native American Tribe Sites

http://www.cherokee.org/ The Cherokee Nation Web Site. They are located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

http://www.chitimacha.com  Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana’s Web Site.  They are located in Louisiana, near New Orleans and have approximately 1,000 tribal members.

http://www.ho-chunk.com/   Ho-Chunk Indian Nation.

http://www.innu.ca  Innu Nation/Mamit Innuat. Approximately 16,000 Innu (formerly known as Montagnais or Naskapi) inhabit Nitassinan (eastern Quebec and Labrador). They are based in 13 different communities - Utshimassit, Sheshatshiu, Pakuashipi, La Romaine, Natashquan, Mingan, Uashat, Maliotenam, Betsiamites, Les Escoumins, Mashteuiatsh, Schefferville, and Kawawachikamach.

http://www.sni.org  The Seneca Nation Indians. Welcome to the home page of The Seneca Nation Of Indians. The Seneca Nation of Indians (SNI) is one of the six tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy who occupy aboriginal lands in New York State set aside by the Treaty of Canandaigua of 1794. The Seneca Nation of Indians has a total population of over 6,700 enrolled members and holds title to three reservations in New York, one of which includes the City of Salamanca.

http://www.mohegan.nsn.us/ The Mohegan Tribe.  Our Mohegan Reservation is located on the western bank of the Thames River, adjacent to the village of Uncasville in the town of Montville, Connecticut.

http://www.muwekma.org  Muwekma Ohlone.  Welcome to the official website of the Muwekma Ohlone Indian Tribe. We are the aboriginal inhabitants of San Francisco, California, USA.  We were formerly a Federally recognized Indian tribe, but in 1927 a local agent of the Bureau of Indian Affairs arbitrarily and unjustly decertified us. The Department of the Interior is about to rectify this injustice.

http://www.kbic-nsn.gov Keweenaw Bay - Ojibwa.  Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Superior (Kitchigami), the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (L'Anse Reservation) is the largest federally recognized "Indian Tribe" in the State of Michigan.

http://www.pbpindiantribe.com/  Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indian Tribe.  Since its inception in 1867, the Prairie Band of the Potawatomi has been one of the predominant Indian tribes in Kansas. Rich in cultural tradition, the Prairie Band Tribe currently resides on 77,000 acres in Jackson County, Kansas. The Prairie Band Reservation is 20 miles north of Topeka on Highway 75, 80 miles northwest of Kansas City, Missouri and one mile west of the small town of Mayetta, Kansas. 1997 tribal membership totaled over 4,800 members with 480-500 living on the reservation, another 1,000 within state boundaries, and the remainder living across the U.S.

http://ctsi.nsn.us/   Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. The Confederated Tribes of Siletz is a federally recognized confederation of 27 bands originally ranging from N. California to S. Washington.  We occupy and manage a 3,666 acre reservation located in Lincoln County, Oregon. Resources managed include timber, water and fish.

http://www.rosebudsiouxtribe-nsn.gov   Rosebud Sioux Organization.  Situated in the flat, sparse plains of South Dakota, you'll find the Rosebud Reservation -- home to thousands of Lakota Sioux Indians, as well as Little Sioux, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Lakota Indians. Our Lakota history is as rich and celebrated as any culture on this earth, but, through years of struggle and oppression, we have suffered painful losses and heartbreaking tragedy. Yet we refuse to give up.

http://www.standingrock.org/  Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.  The Standing Rock Sioux Reservation is thirty-four miles south of Mandan, North Dakota. The reservation straddles the North Dakota and South Dakota border. The largest land base is on the South Dakota side of the reservation.  The total land area of the Standing Rock is 2.3 million acres and of that 503.607.50 acres is tribal owned. Our aboriginal land covers the James River North Dakota to the Platte River in Nebraska, to the Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming in the west, to the Missouri River in the east. The Black Hills is the center of our aboriginal lands. There are approximately 12,000 registered members.

http://www.tachi-yokut.com/  Tachi-Yokut.  The Tachi Yokut Indians have inhabited the San Joaquin valley for centuries. Our forefathers made their living peacefully through farming, hunting, fishing, and gathering grains, nuts and fruits. Our lands consisted of fertile valleys, marshlands and rolling foothills. With the arrival of the American settlers, we gradually lost the land where we once lived. Our land was given away by the government or sold to farmers and ranchers, sometimes as bounty for killing our people. By the end of the 19th century, the Tachi Yokut Tribe was split across the central and southern parts of California.  They have approximately 500 registered members. 

http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~ammon/tsnungwe/council.html  TsnugweCouncil.  The Tsnungwe Council is currently one of the many California Indian tribes going through the Federal Acknowledgment Process of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior, United States Government. The United States does not currently recognize the Tsnungwe as a tribe, meaning a political sovereign entity. This however does not mean that the Tsnungwe are not a tribe, nor does it mean that the Tsnungwe no longer exist

http://www.cowcreek.com  Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians.  The Cow Creek Umpqua Indians lived in Southwestern Oregon in the Western United States.