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General Sites about Native Americans

Grolier Online
The Curtis Collection Index of the North American Indian -- describes tribal life & customs -- 80 different tribes
Index of Native American Cultural Resources on the Internet -- links related to various tribes
Native Languages of the Americas: Facts for Kids  -- Great information!
US Tribal Websites Sub-Categories

Links to official and unofficial web pages of Native American tribes.
Northeast Southeast Great Basin Southwest
Great Plains Plateau California Pacific Northwest

 Northeast
Abenaki

Abenaki Home Page  -- Abenaki history and information about the people.

Shawnee

Menominee

Micmac

Narragansett

Mohawk -- The Iroquois of the Northeast -- Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Iroqouis Indian Museum  -- the Mohawk are one of the Iroqouis tribes

 

Southeast

Caddo --  There are links at the bottom of the page for history, language & culture.

 

Native Americans in North Georgia (Cherokee & Creek)   Detailed history of the people and culture.

 
The Cherokee Nation  -- Includes history, from treaties and important dates to the Trail of Tears, dress, language and legends. Click on Culture to find this information.

 
Chickasaw Nation  -- Information about heritage, history, and culture.

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma  -- Official page of the Choctaw nation, with sections on history & culture.

 

Choctaw Vision

 
Creek Indians  -- Creek nation in Georgia, treaties related to them, Chief William McIntosh, Creek War of 1836 and more.

 

Seminole -- Seminole nation of Florida

 

Great Basin


Paiute/Shoshone Cultural Page

 

Southern Ute Indian Tribe  -- History, maps  culture and more.

 

Shoshoni -- Section from PBS special on Lewis & Clark

 

Southwest

 

Apache -- Culture & Religion

 

White Mountain Apache History

Hopi: The Real Thing  -- This site presents the tribe's origins, language, religion, and more.
 

The Hopi of the Southwest  -- from Carnegie Museum of Natural History

  

Mojave   -- Mojave National Preserve

 

The Navajo  -- The Navajo (Dineh)

 

Navajo Nation -- History, legends & beliefs

 

Pueblo

 

Great Plains 

Arapaho -- History, culture & links

 

Cheyenne Tribe Overview  -- All about how the Cheyenne tribe lived.

 

Comanche History -- History, maps and images, and more.

 

The Lakota (Sioux) of the Great Plains -- from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

 

The Great Sioux Nation -- wonderful information from the History Channel.


Wichita & Affiliated Tribes  -- Includes the Wichita, Waco, Tawakoni, and Keechi tribes.  Go to the "culture" section.

 

Plateau

 

Modoc
 

Nez Perce
 

Umatilla -- Information about the tribes on the Umatilla reservation.

 

 

 

California

Cahuilla Cultural History --  from the Agua Caliente band of Cahuilla Indians

 

Luiseno -- information from the Soboba Band of the Luiseno Indians

 

Maidu Indians

 

Maidu

 

Miwok   -- A gateway to numerous sites about the Miwok

History of the Coast Miwok at Point Reyes

Yahi and Yana (Yanan Tribes)

Pomo -- A brief history of the Pomo People

 

The Kayasha Pomo

 

Pacific Northwest

A History of the Northwest Coast  -- Early Northwest, its native people and western expansion.

 

Chinook Tribe of Then and Now  -- This comprehensive site from Edwards Elementary in Newberg Oregon presents the history of the tribe's lifestyle, ceremonies, transportation, food, shelter and more.

 

Haida Culture & Ocean --  totems, fishing, food, art

 

Haida Culture -- history, potlatches, myths


Makah -- Culture, history & language.

 

Shokomish Tribe of Indians Washington State -- A brief history of the nation.

 

Tlingit --  Site with information about land, clothes, food, etc.

 

The Tlingit of the Northwest Coast -- From the Carnegie Museum of Natural History

 

 

        

Anne Mangels, Library Media Teacher
Updated March 20, 2013