Aboriginal Tribes, Chiefs & Councils
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Passamaquoddy Tribe, Pleasant Point Reservation, Wabanaki Sipayik
Passamaquoddy Tribe, Pleasant Point Reservation, Wabanaki Sipayik, is 1 of 2 reservations in downeast Maine.
People of the Three Fires Native Genealogy
(A web page done by Rose Edwards who is responsible for Native Genealogy in Michigan.)
Powhatan Renape Nation - Rankokus American Indian Reservation
The Powhatan Renape Nation is an American Indian Nation located at the Rankokus Indian Reservation in Westampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.
The Port Madison Indian Reservation is located on the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State. Situated on the waterfront across the Puget Sound from Seattle, the reservation is home to the Suquamish people, a fishing tribe whose leader was Chief Seattle, after whom the city took its name.
"Spokane Tribe of Indians"
The Spokane Indians are of the Interior Salish group which has inhabited northeastern Washington, northern Idaho, and western Montana for centuries. The native language spoken by the Spokanes is common to other Salish tribes with only a slight variation in dialect. Generally speaking, the Spokanes can converse easily in their native tongue with the Kalispels, Coeur d' Alenes, and Flatheads.
"The Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States"
The North American Vexillological Association recently published Don Healy's "Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States" as the sole topic of its third/fourth issue of RAVEN - NAVA's scholarly journal of vexillology, the study of flags, their history, and symbolism. The limited edition book covers 142 tribes and associations and documents some 172 flags. It is no longer available from NAVA. What follows is a selection of segments from that publication. It is hoped that you find the information, different, informative and interesting.
The Huichol of Mexico, Their Culture, Symbolism and Art - Mexico Connect Feature Section
The Huichol of Mexico, Their Culture, Symbolism and Art - a feature section in Mexico Connect - Mexico's monthly ezine / magazine devoted to informing about and promoting Mexico, her people, culture, history, arts, business and spectacular areas and beaches as a place to visit, live and travel.
The Inca Trail and Macchu Picchu
Starting point for the Virtual Inca Trail, a short illustrated guide to the Inca Trail. The Inca Trail is a hiking route through the mountains near Cuzco, Peru, which ends at the Inca city of Machu Picchu.
"The North American Indian"
This page is a gateway to information concerning approximately 80 western Native American tribes, visited and photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis from 1890 to 1930, taken from "The North American Indian", Curtis' massive lifework. "The North American Indian" consists of 20 volumes of text, describing, in detail, all aspects of each Native American tribe's life and customs.
(Personally, I spent nearly an hour perusing the beautiful images and reading the historical material contained in this site - of which they are many, quite detailed and very enlightening. It is well worth a look.)
The Official Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
The Hopi are a diverse group of people who vary in their attitudes and beliefs. The information and views expressed within these pages may not be uniformly held by all Hopis.
The Oneida Nation - Proud and Progressive
A proud and progressive sovereign government of the Oneida people. The Nation is constantly striving to develop economically, socially, and spiritually into the next seven generations.
The Osage Tribe's Official Homepage
This is the Official Osage Tribe's WebSite...Sponsored fully by the Osage Tribal Council.
The Other Métis - Front Page
The site title The"Other" Métis was chosen with deliberate irony. When prairie Métis were struggling in the 1970's to achieve national recognition of themselves as Aboriginal people, the Manitoba Métis Federation published a series of three books called "The Other Natives -- The Métis." Having achieved a significant degree of recognition by joining with other Métis all across Canada, some of the leadership of some of those same prairie organizations have since attempted to exclude those other Métis in the same way many status Indian groups excluded unregistered Indians in the late 1960's and early 1970's.We hope The Other Métis will do as well for the excluded Métis as The Other Natives did for prairie Métis.
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
The Sault Tribe is located throughout the state of Michigan, mostly in Sault Ste. Marie. The tribe services 7 counties in the upper peninsula of Michigan and employs 3,000 employees and operates over 30 different businesses, including 5 casinos, and numerous govermental services. The tribe is the largest employer in the upper peninsula. The pages within this website provide information about the Sault Tribe and employment opportunities that currently exist.
Tim Roufs - Department of Sociology - Anthropology - Criminology - Humanities / Classics at the College of Liberal Arts of University of Minnesota - Duluth.
(When you get inside be sure to look for 'Paul Buffalo Research' as it has a great deal of information.)
travelsd.com -- Guide to the Great Sioux Nation Home
South Dakota is the home of the Great Sioux Nation, which consists of Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota tribes. You'll find many opportunities to learn about their culture in South Dakota.
Union of BC Indian Chiefs Welcomes You
The UBCIC was formed in 1969 by delegates from Indian communities around the province, partly in response to the federal government's 1969 White Paper, which was a blueprint for assimilating Canada's First Peoples, and partly as an inevitable outcome of a growing conviction of many of our people that our survival in the face of such policies depended upon our ability to work together.
(Check out the UBCIC Links for a huge listing.)
Unpo (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation)
Founded in 1991, UNPO today consists of nearly 50 members and observer nations and peoples who represent over 100 million persons. UNPO offers an international forum for occupied nations, indigenous peoples, minorities, and even oppressed majorities who currently struggle to regain their lost countries, preserve their cultural identities, protect their basic human and economic rights, and safeguard the natural environment.
UWEC Geog188 Vogeler - Map of Indian Reservations
(I suggest you check out some of Professor Ingolf Vogeler's other material which you will find at the bottom of this page.)
Welcome to the Innu Nation/Mamit Innuat WWW Site
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.
WMAT, White Mountain Apache Tribe (AZ)
"Dago Te" Hello , and Welcome from the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Our beautiful home abounds in wildlife, tradition, outdoor recreation and resources unparalleled in the Southwest. Home to Historic Fort Apache, the White Mountain Apache Reservation offers something for everyone!
Wyandot Nation of Kansas Website
The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is made up of those formerly known as "absentee" or "citizen class" Wyandot Indians. The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is currently petitioning the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs for federal recognition and was incorporated in 1959. The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is dedicated to the preservation of Wyandot history and culture and the preservation, protection, restoration and maintenance of the Huron Indian Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas.