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  • A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center - The museum features past and present Zuni art and culture through exhibits, programs and film archives.
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  • Abbe Museum - Focus on Maine's Native American history, culture, art and archaeology.
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  • Agua Caliente Cultural Museum - A non-profit tribal museum representing the history and culture of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other Cahuilla peoples. Located in Palm Springs, California.
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  • Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Seminole Tribe of Florida - Museum about Seminole life and culture with exhibits and tours located on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.
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  • Akta Lakota Museum & Cultural Center - As an outreach of St. Josephs Indian School the museum is located in Chamberlain, SD and offers cultural information and tours.
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  • Alutiiq Museum and Archeological Repository - Alaskan museum dedicated to exploring 7,500 years of Kodiak’s cultural history. Information about the museum, archaeology and the people of Kodiak.
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  • American Indian Genocide Museum - Has documents, photographs and information on events and stereotypes. Located in Houston, Texas.
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  • Amerind Foundation Museum and Archaeological Research Facility - Mission is to educate and inform the public about American Indian prehistory and history. Exhibits range from anthropology and archaeology to fine arts.
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  • Anasazi Heritage Center - A federal repository for artifacts and museum of archaeology in the Four Corners area of the USA.
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  • Angel Mounds State Historic Site - A center which preserves a prehistoric site located in Evansville, Indiana. Has information on events, exhibits, programs and a gift shop.
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  • Antelope Valley Indian Museum - A state park facility which preserves artifacts from Southwestern, California and Great Basin cultures is located in Lancaster, California.
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  • Ataloa Lodge Museum - Native American artifacts on display at Bacone College in Oklahoma. Site features information about the museum and its collections and its store.
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  • Barona Cultural Center and Museum - Preserves the native cultures in San Diego County with a collection dating back thousands of years. Has exhibits, workshops and speakers and is located in Lakeside, California.
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  • Burke Museum of Natural and Cultural History - Located at the University of Washington in Seattle, it features archaeological and ethnographic collections of Northwest Coast cultures. Offers exhibits, tours, events and research.
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  • California Indian Museum and Cultural Center - The museum is being developed by the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC), Indian owned and operated nonprofit corporation.
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  • Cherokee Strip Museum - General information, events, and exhibits. Located in Perry, Oklahoma.
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  • Chiefswood National Historic Site - The home of Pauline Johnson, daughter of a Mohawk chief and poetess. Includes hours, admission, events, gift shop, photos, map and directions. Located in Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada.
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  • Choctaw Museum - Located in Choctaw, the museum offers tours, artifacts and information on the Mississippi Band.
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  • Chumash Indian Museum - A museum dedicated to the Chumash People native to southern California it offers nature hikes, exhibits, events and educational programs.
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  • Davistown Museum - Located in Hulls Cove, Maine it has exhibits on Native American history and culture.
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  • Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art - Offers exhibits, events and festivals and is dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of native and western art. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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  • Five Civilized Tribes Museum - Calendar of events, visitor information, genealogy, history, tours, and tribal information. Located in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
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  • Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center - A non-profit educational foundation preserves artifacts, art, and culture and is located on Hatteras Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
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  • Grace Hudson Museum - Located in Ukiah California it offers events and exhibits on California tribes and features a collection of Pomo basketry.
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  • Grand Village of the Natchez Indians - The village features a museum, a reconstructed Natchez Indian house, and three ceremonial mounds and is located in Natchez, MS. Has information about the culture and Indian mounds.
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  • Hauberg Indian Museum - Located in Black Hawk Park in Illinois, the museum features the collection of Dr. John Hauberg, largely consisting of artifacts from the Sauk and Mesquakie people.
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  • Indian Museum of North America History - Located at the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota, the museum features artifacts and art from Native American tribes from all over North America.
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  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center - Museum features exhibits on the culture and heritage of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico.
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  • Institute of American Indian Arts Museum - General information, exhibitions, calendar, and the collections. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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  • Iroquois Indian Museum - Iroquois art, past and present, located in Howes Cave, NY.
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  • Karl-May-Museum - Contains over 850 items depicting the life and culture of the Indians of North America. Includes hours, guided tours and directions. Located in Radebeul, Germany. [English and German].
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  • Kaw Mission, Kansas State Historical Society - Located in Council Grove, Kansas and was built in 1850 as a mission school for children of the Kansa Tribe.
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  • Koshare Indian Museum - Preserves and interprets Native American culture, with a primary focus on art and artifacts of the Southwest and Plains Indians.
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  • Lost City Museum - Built by the National Park Service to exhibit artifacts that were being excavated from Pueblo Grande de Nevada of Anasazi Indian sites.
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  • MacCallum More Museum & Gardens - Houses a permanent exhibit of Native American artifacts, along with a botanical garden, arboretum, and wildlife sanctuary. Chase City, Virginia.
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  • Malki Museum - Located on the Morongo Indian reservation in Banning, California, with information about its annual fiesta, book press, and planned exhibits and research center.
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  • Marin Museum of the American Indian - Located on an ancient village site in Novato, California it’s devoted to the Pomo and Miwok.
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  • Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center - Owned and operated by the tribe the center offers the story of their culture though dioramas, live performances and exhibits. It is located in Mashantucket, CT.
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  • Maturango Museum - A Museum of the cultural and natural history and geology of the Northern Mojave Desert emphasizing Indian Wells Valley.
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  • Mid-America All-Indian Center Museum - Located in Wichita, KS the center has exhibits of artifacts and contemporary art and is located in Wichita, KS. Has online information on artist and major cultures.
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  • Mille Lacs Indian Museum - General and visitor information and events. Located near Onamia, Minnesota.
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  • Millicent Rogers Museum - Display of collections of silver and turquoise jewelry made by Pueblo, Navajo, Zuni and Hopi silversmiths, and the brilliantly-colored Navajo weaving.
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  • Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum - Located on the side of Mt. Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire and dedicated to increasing public awareness of American American traditions, philosophy, and art.
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  • Museum at Campbell River - First Nations and northwest native American Indian art exhibits, particularly reflecting the culture and history of North Vancouver Island. Includes virtual tour and Archives Research Center. Canada.
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  • The Museum at Warm Springs - A museum dedicated to the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon which offers educational programs, exhibits, events and a gift shop.
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  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture - Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, its exhibits and programs foster understanding of Southwestern tribes. Has artifacts of Anasazi, Mogollon ceramics and prehistoric baskets.
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  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture - A museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, public education, interpretation and exhibition of the arts, cultures, and histories of the American Southwest.
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  • The Museum of Indian Culture - Offers information on the Lenni Lenape people, history and culture. Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.
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  • Museum of Inuit Art - Southern Canada's public museum devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture.
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  • Museum of Native American History - Located in Bentonville, Arkansas the museum displays artifacts from various Native American groups from 12000 BC through 1900 AD.
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  • Museum of New Mexico - The museum houses a collection of art, history and culture in four museums and five monuments statewide.
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  • Museum of Ojibwa Culture - The museum offers indoor and outdoor exhibits demonstrating Ojibwa culture and traditions and a gift shop with native art, books and crafts.
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  • Museum of the Cherokee Indian - Located in Cherokee, NC with museum information.
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  • Museum of The Red River - Display of Native American art and artifacts of the Caddo and Choctaw peoples.
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  • The Natick Historical Society and Museum - Founded in 1870 and located in South Natick, MA features artifacts of Archaic and Woodland as well as Christian Indian cultures.
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  • National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian is dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans.
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  • Native American Museums and Monuments of New Mexico - Provides a directory of resource links for the state.
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  • Native American Resource Center - Includes information about history, culture and art.
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  • Oneida Nation Museum - A museum dedicated to the cultural heritage of the People of the Standing Stone offering information, exhibits and education about Iroquois culture.
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  • Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site - Offering an excavated Pawnee earthlodge, lodges and a walking trail the museum is located in north central Kansas.
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  • The People's Center - Museum presents oral histories and material culture of the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai tribes.
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  • Pocono Indian Museum - Features displays of artifacts, weapons, and tools used by the Delaware Indians. Includes a gift shop and directions to the location in Bushkill, Pennsylvania.
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  • Poeh Museum - Includes online exhibits, an online museum collection catalog, and a video of traditional Pueblo speakers.
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  • Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park - Located in Phoenix, Arizona and is a National Historic Landmark and the site of a Hohokam Indian ruin.
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  • Red Earth - Center preserves native arts and culture through exhibits, events and festivals and is located in Oklahoma City, OK.
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  • Red Earth Museum - Oklahoma City museum exhibiting Native American art and historical artifacts and the Deupree Collection of cradleboards. Includes admission fees, memberships, educational programs, and resource links.
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  • Red Rock Museum - New Mexico museum featuring the arts and crafts of Native Americans of the Southwest from pre-contact times to the present.
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  • Seneca-Iroquois National Museum - Information on museum and the history/culture of the Seneca and Iroquois. Located in Salamanca, New York.
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  • Sequoyah Birthplace Museum - Located in Vonore, Tennessee to display the history of the Cherokees in the southern Appalachian area.
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  • Sioux Indian Museum - A museum with exhibits of past and present cultures of Lakota and other American Indian and Alaskan Tribes, it is located in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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  • Sky City Cultural Center - Museum has exhibits, tours, events, dances and feast days celebrations of the culture and living history of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico.
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  • Smoki Museum - Museum of pre-history and history of the American Indian in the Southwest with particular emphasis on the Prescott Arizona area. With museum guide and collection information.
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  • Southern Plains Indian Museum - Exhibits the creative achievements of artists and craftsmen of the United States.
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  • Southern Plains Indian Museum - Visitor information and current exhibitions. Located in Anadarko, Oklahoma.
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  • Southwest Museum of the American Indian - Devoted to the arts and culture of native peoples the center offers dioramas, artifacts and exhibits and is part of the Autry National Center located in Los Angeles, CA.
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  • State Indian Museum - Located in Sacramento it offers displays,exhibits and artifacts that illustrate California Indian life, spirit, family and culture.
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  • Suquamish Museum and Cultural Center - Museum in Suquamish, WA documents the heritage and culture of the Suquamish people through exhibits and education.
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  • Three Tribes Museum - Located in New Town, ND on the Lewis and Clark Trail, the Museum offers historical displays of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara. Site offers visitor information.
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  • Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum - Programs and activities, classes, tours, publications and news, and directions. Located in Exeter, Rhode Island.
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  • UBC Museum of Anthropology - Displays of Northwest Coast art and has stories and traditions documented with photographs, maps and quotations. Located on the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
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  • Wanapum Heritage Center - Museum provides exhibits of Wanapum History and way of life beginning in the prehistoric era and ending with the construction of Priest Rapids and Wanapum Dams.
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  • Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center - Located in Wenatchee, WA it offers exhibits, events and programs on the arts, sciences and history of people in the region, including the tribes of the Columbia River plateau.
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  • The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian - Changing exhibitions in the main gallery include contemporary and traditional American Indian art, with an emphasis on the Southwest.
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  • Wounded Knee Museum - Located in Wall, South Dakota it is has narrative exhibits about the Lakota and the Wounded Knee Massacre. The site has visitor information, online video and documents the massacre. [Requires Flash]
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  • Yakama Nation Cultural Heritage Center - Located in Toppenish, WA and offering exhibits on the history and art of the Plateau People. Site is one page with basic visitor information.
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  • Ziibiwing Center - Tells the story of the Saginaw Chippewa and the Great Lakes Anishinabek and has online resources with details of events, tours and collections which are located in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
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