Aboriginal Culture
15 Sources.

American Indian Studies
This world wide site is a developing site supervised by Professor Troy Johnson and is dedicated to the presentation of unique artwork, photographs, video and sound recordings which accurately reflect the history, culture and richness of the Native American experience in North America and has been expanded to include Indian people of Central America and Mexico.

Arctic Studies Center - The National Museum of Natural History - Smithsonian Institution
The Arctic Studies Center works with Native groups to foster cultural preservation in several ways. For example, world class museum exhibitions are being assembled from international collections and brought to northern native communities.

Bill's Aboriginal Links: International
Latin America - Australia - New Zealand - International - Human Rights and the Environment.
(This site hasn't been updated for some time.)

Can Tourists and Indigenous Communities Be Coexisting? : A Case Study on A Hawaiian Indigenous Community
Hayato Yamanaka, Ph.d. Professor, Tokyo Keizai University.

Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston
"The purpose of the Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston is to build community, to preserve Cherokee heritage, to perpetuate the Cherokee culture, and to build the future of our people."

Civilization.ca - First Peoples
Explore by subject.
From: Société du Musée canadien des civilisations / Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation

Code Talk
Code Talk is a federal inter-agency Native American website designed specifically to deliver electronic information from government agencies and other organizations to Native American communities. Code Talk is hosted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Native American Programs.

Compact Histories
Geographic Overview of First Nations Histories, Compact Histories Bibliography & Native Tribes of the US and Canada.

Cultural Survival Home Page
Currently Cultural Survival is developing new strategies for responding directly to the critical needs of the world's indigenous populations. It is analyzing and publicizing examples of how indigenous peoples have successfully responded to the serious crisis, as have, for example, the Secoya of Ecuador, the James Bay Cree of Quebec, the Maori of New Zealand or the Bininy of Australia. These case studies are now the central issues of Cultural Survival's research, education and advocacy program. They are discussed in Cultural Survival's conferences, in its publications and on its web site. Above all, they are analyzed by indigenous leaders and specialists as well as by others who have made a special study of the situations of indigenous groups. In this way Cultural Survival seeks to use the resources of the new information age to benefit the indigenous peoples who might otherwise be its victims.

Hawai'i Independent & Sovereign
(Be sure to check out the link To Hawaiian Sovereignty and Culture Resources on the Web too.)

MRC Library Internet Subject Guide - Native Studies, First Nations, Aboriginal Peoples
(Check out Mount Royal College Library Internet Subject Guides too. Loaded.)

National Archives of Canada - Archives nationales du Canada
The National Archives of Canada's mandate is to acquire, preserve and make accessible private and public historical records of national significance. Le mandat des Archives nationales du Canada est d'acquérir, de préserver et de rendre accessibles les documents historiques, privés et publics, d'importance nationale.

Province of Manitoba | Hudson's Bay Company Archives
The Hudson's Bay Company Archives represent a rich documentation of three centuries of history as the Company grew and expanded in the vast territories of Rupert's Land, which eventually became part of Canada. The Company insisted on meticulous record-keeping and ensured most records remained in its possession. It is an extraordinary collection of books, letters, ledgers, ships' logs, pictures, photographs, maps and reports.

Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre helps to maintain the cultural identity of the five cultures of the province. The fundamental aim of the Centre is to encourage people to maintain a proud and positive self-image. The Centre can do this by developing Indian education, which teaches us about ourselves, spiritually, emotionally, psychologically, and intellectually.

Woodland Cultural Centre - Home Page
The Woodland Cultural Centre, is a unique First Nations organization located on Six Nation's land in Brantford, Ontario. We provide a variety of services which reflect our community values in respect to culture, history and heritage. Our mandate is educational in nature and we offer programs to our member First Nations and to the general public. We take an integrated approach to culture and heritage, recognizing that contemporary life styles are rooted in ancient traditions. These traditions recognize the importance of the spiritual and the natural as well as human history and social arrangements.




Home
This page gets updated frequently.
Copyright © 1999 - 2003. All Rights Reserved.
You are at http://www.myacademiconlyhomepage.com