Various lists of Famous Native Americans
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Find information and news stories on Native Americans, including recommendations for teachers and spotlights on events around the country during NAHM.
The American Indian Heritage Foundation was established in 1973 to provide relief services to Indian people and to build bridges of understanding and friendship between Indian and non-Indian people. Through Tribal and Ancestral search, this website provides positive and proper representations of contemporary Indian culture as well as preservation of the old and treasured.
Search the U.S. Library of Congress webpage to find a wealth of information on the ancestry, culture, and traditions of Native Americans.
Founded in 1944, the NCAI is a non-profit organization that advocates for a bright future for generations to come. The website describes the organization’s policy issues and initiatives and features news and events about Native Americans and Alaska Natives.
An active and visible component of the Smithsonian Institution, the NMAI cares for one of the world's most expansive collections of Native artifacts. The next best thing to visiting the museum is exploring the website for photos and facts on Native Americans.
Pow Wows are the Native American people’s way to meet and join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships, and making new ones. Visit PowWows.com to explore Native American life, culture, and history through photos, videos, forums, Pow Wow Calendar, Native American Information, and more.
This website is the final project of the student-run course class Indigenous Communities and the Lands They Belong To at SWARTHMORE COLLEGE. The students contributing to this project are Matthew Chen, Sky Deswert, Nora Kerrich, Daniel Orr, Julia Wakeford, Sarah Welz Geselowitz, and Ciara Williams.
Selections from the Friends Historical Library, located in McCabe about the Lenni Lenape tribe.
Native Knowledge 360° (NK360°) provides educators and students with new perspectives on Native American history and cultures. Most Americans have only been exposed to part of the story, as told from a single perspective through the lenses of popular media and textbooks. NK360° provides educational materials and teacher training that incorporate Native narratives, more comprehensive histories, and accurate information to enlighten and inform teaching and learning about Native America.