Aboriginal (General Subject)
28 Sources.

Aboriginal Peoples in the Archives
A Guide to Sources in the Archives of Ontario.

Aboriginal Resources (U. Sask)
The first phase of Resources for Aboriginal Studies project began in June 1995. During this phase the University Libraries and the University Archives began indexing and digitizing archival and published materials relating to aboriginal and metis studies. The project team was able to create four databases with 2900 records, digitize 500 photographs, 60 documents and 50 law cases. Since 1995 work has been ongoing and half of the cases in the Canadian Native Law Cases multi-volume set have been digitized. In 1998 the digitization of all nine volumes will be complete and work will begin on the Canadian Native Law Reporter.

Aboriginal Youth Network
The AYN was brought about due to the social and health issues that Aboriginal youth face due to the break down of Aboriginal Culture in Canada. With this website, we are attempting to unite youth and bring cultural identity to youth across the country.

A Line in the Sand
This site is offered as a place where the debate over where to draw the "Line in the Sand" on the issues of cultural property, Native American sovereignty, Native American identity, ethnic stereotypes, the commodification of Native American culture, and all related issues, can take place. The issue of cultural property includes both real property, the land, the burials, the "ruins", etc., and intellectual property, the writings, the languages, the images, the culture itself.

AMMSA - Your source for Aboriginal news and information!
Alberta Sweetgrass has been published monthly since 1993 and has grown to be Alberta's most widely circulated Aboriginal newspaper. Current circulation is more than 7,100 per month. Alberta Sweetgrass's community focus and grassroots appeal has made it extremely popular with rural Aboriginal readers.

CESO SACO - Welcome
CESO (pronounced KESSO), also known as the Canadian Executive Service Organization is a Canadian, volunteer-based, not-for-profit organization founded in 1967.

Cherokees of California, Inc.
The Cherokees of California, Inc., is a non-profit tribal organization. It is not affiliated with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, nor is it a federally recognized tribal entity. We are banded together as descendants of a common Cherokee heritage. Our primary purpose is to preserve and pass on to the next generation our traditions, history and language. We invite all interested people who want to re-new ties with their Cherokee heritage to come and join us.

CMSA: California Missions Scholars
For the Study and Preservation of the California Missions, Presidios, Pueblos, and Ranchos and Their Native American, Hispanic, and Early American Past.

First Nations dot Com - The Village of First Nations
First Nations dot Com -- Home of the 1997 North American Indigenous Games and the Village of First Nations. A starting point for information on First Nations Peoples, native art, native life and culture. First Northern Arts Interactive is proud to bring Native issues, peoples and culture to the Internet in a way that allows us to educate, understand and promote Native ways.

Great Lakes Powwow Tour
Native American Celebrations of the Northeast.

INAC Indian and Norther Affairs Canada
Working together to make Canada a better place for First Nations and Northern peoples.

Index of Native American Resources on the Internet - WWWVL American Indians
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet - WWWVL American Indians. 8/17/99 The old server in Massachusetts has been unceremoniously taken offline. Unfortunately 2/3 of the links to this site are still to the old server. If your link, or any other link that you know of, is still to the old server at the Univ. of Massachusetts, please update your link and tell all others who have outdated links to update theirs. Also, please realize that the volume of email and other work that I am doing makes immediate response impossible.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Cochiti, Jemez, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, Acoma, San Juan, Santo Domingo, Taos, Isleta, Nambe, Picuris, Pojoaque, Laguna, Sandia, San Felipe, Santa Ana, Tesuque, Zia, Zuni.

Kaho`olawe Home Page
The official site for the Protect Kahoolawe `Ohanav.

Labriola American Indian Data Center
The Labriola National American Indian Data Center, part of the ASU Libraries, is a research collection international in scope that brings together in one location current and historic information on government, culture, religion and world view, social life and customs, tribal history, and information on individuals from the United States, Canada, Sonora, and Chihuahua, Mexico. It disseminates this information through the use of the Internet, computer databases, and CD-ROM.

Native American Document Project
All transcriptions of documents are imperfect, and the documents presented here are not exceptions. They are suitable for educational use, and should be acceptable sources for most undergraduate papers. More exacting and complex research will necessarily involve examination of the documents themselves, or exact facsimiles.

Native American Home Pages
WELCOME to my page of Native American Sites on the WWW. I am a mixed-blood Mohawk urban Indian, formerly a librarian for 14 years at the University of Pittsburgh. As of August 2000, I am now the Social Sciences Subject Editor for anthropology, history, and sociology for CHOICE Magazine, the premiere academic book review journal for libraries. My goal is to provide access to home pages of individual Native Americans and Nations, and to other sites that provide solid information about American Indians.

Native American Political Issues Home
Exploring the continuing political and legal clashes between the Native American Indians and the U.S. Government.

Native American Resources at the Smithsonian
The Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum, research and education complex, is committed to offering opportunities to study and learn about the cultures, arts and history of Native Americans from its unparalleled resources. Extensive collections of objects, photographs, films and archival material, as well as fellowships, internships and seminars, are among the possibilities available to those who want to learn about and help preserve native culture.

Native American Rights Fund
The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is the non-profit legal organization devoted to defending and promoting the legal rights of the Indian people.

Native American Women on the WWW
Multi-Purpose Sites on Native Americans.

Native American Women Playwrights Archive
The Native American Women Playwrights Archive is a collection of original materials by Native women playwrights of the Americas. NAWPA hopes to identify playwrights, collect and preserve their work, try to make it widely known, and encourage performances and continued creativity. Plays in manuscript, disk, videotape, or other format are cataloged, given appropriate preservation treament, and made available to anyone who wishes to read them in the library. NAWPA welcomes playwrights at any level of development.
(From MiamiLINK: Miami University Libraries Information Network.)

NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art
Native American Technology & Art: A topically organized educational web site emphasizing the Eastern Woodland Indians region, organized into categories of Beadwork, Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery, Leather & Clothes, Metalwork, Plants & Trees, Porcupine Quills, Stonework & Tools, Weaving & Cordage, Games & Toys and Food & Recipes. Instructional information about these materials, and background on the history and development of Native technologies. Dedicated to disconnecting the term primitive from perceptions of Native American technology and art.

NativeWeb
NativeWeb: Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the world.

Oneida Indian Nation - Culture & History - Lacrosse: An Iroquois Tradition
Played throughout the world today, the sport of lacrosse is derived from a Haudenosaunee game of great antiquity called, in Oneida, Ga-lahs.

Ontario Native Affairs Secretariat: About the ONAS Web Site
The Ontario Native Affairs Secretariat (ONAS) supports the Minister Responsible for Native Affairs. The Secretariat provides corporate Aboriginal policy development and management support, and negotiates and settles land claims.

The American West - Native Americans
This web-site will try to present as true and accurate a picture as possible of the past, but not dwell on it. However, it is important for one sole reason and that is to learn from the past and move into the 21st century as better human beings. After all, we are ONE people under God and we can only look back to the past as what it is - history. Now we attempt to cooperate to the best of our ability in the present and we are looking forward to the future for a better world. Let us once again cross the Bering land-bridge and sail the Mayflower, but this time together for the common goal of building up mutual respect and trust.

Xwi7xwa Library Home Page
First Nations House of Learning, Longhouse, Xwi7xwa, NITEP Tutorial.



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