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Encyclopedia of North American Indians
Comprehensive articles by native and non-native authors on Indian topics, issues, and history.

Aboriginal Mapping Network
Collection of resource pages to help share information throughout the aboriginal mapping community. British Columbia focus, but resources are not limited to this geographic region.

Native Village
Articles, essays, educational materials, and a newsletter concerning contemporary Indian life. With photos and links.

Aboriginal Peoples: Guide to the records of the Government of Canada
Database of documents relating to native people (Indians, Métis, Inuit, and aboriginal peoples outside Canada) in all relevant Record Groups (RGs) within the custody of the National Archives of Canada (NA).

Native Languages of the Americas
Information, resources and indexed links about hundreds of American Indian languages and the native people who speak them. Includes a booklist and a children's section.

Bibliography of North American Indians
An annotated list of culturally sensitive and historically accurate books for children about American Indians and Alaska Natives. Also contains guidelines for evaluating books and curricula for teaching K-12 students.

Native Data
Map and book by Chippewa author George Russell, with links to Native American resources.

The Village of First Nations
A starting point for information on First Nations Peoples, native art, life and culture.

North American Indian
Complete collection of images contained in E.S. Curtis's The North American Indian, a significant and controversial representation of traditional American Indian culture; from an exhibition by the Library of Congress.

Xwi7xwa Library
Compendium of First Nations resources from the University of British Columbia. Facts about native tribes, languages, women, and organizations, as well as information about the library in Vancouver.

NWIC Virtual Library
Collection of online resources by, for, and about the indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific.

Native American Online
Non-profit organization serving the Native American community with message boards, chat channel, downloadable files, legal and political news, and events. Features also include native links and a search page.

Societies of North America
Gender, sex, and societal roles in Native American and Inuit tradition. Summaries and suggested readings.

Wikipedia: Native Americans
Encyclopedia article on the people's history, culture and political situation.

Resources for indigenous cultures around the world: directory and news.

The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Indigenous Studies
Comprehensive list of indigenous and fourth world resources.

Center For World Indigenous Studies
An independent, non-profit organization; studies and promotes the ideas and knowledge of indigenous peoples and their social, economic and political status. Fourth World Documentation Project online library; information on CWIS sponsored educational programs.

International Indian Treaty Council
An international organization of indigenous peoples from North, Central, South America and the Pacific working for the sovereignty and self-Determination of indigenous peoples and the recognition and protection of indigenous rights, traditional cultures and sacred lands.

Luistxo Fernandez lists place names in minority languages, generally those of native peoples and nations without state, which usually never appear in maps.

Aboriginal Links International
A directory of sites related to indigenous people around the world.
Web portal of information on indigenous people, lifeskills, and art worldwide. Also with sections on sovereignty, neotribalism, and historical reenactment.

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
Representing Canada's Metis, off-reserve and non-treaty Indians.

Dictionaries and Grammars of Indigenous Languages of Mexico
Organized by language family, in alphabetical order, this list includes other related books published by the Summer Institute of Linguistics/Instituto Lingüístico de Verano (Mexico). English/Spanish.

In the Long Run: The Tarahumara Indians of Mexico
Documentary about the Tarahumara of Mexico in real audio format.

International Storytelling Workshops for Teachers
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