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Sites listed here will provide information on the arts or folk arts of the Native American culture.
Please submit only sites dealing with historical content. Sites which cover a variety of topics on a particular tribe, or biographies of individuals, should be submitted to the appropriate category in Society: Ethnicity: Indigenous People: Native Americans: Tribes Nations and Bands.

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Sites in this category provide specific information and editorial comment on the history of Native American tribes, nations, and regions, from prehistory to the present.
Please submit websites about specific Native American casinos to the more appropriate category under this branch of the directory.

This category is for discussion of the various issues facing contemporary Native American Indians and suggestions for positive actions to take on those issues.

Please submit information regarding historical or modern legal and political actions and treaties.
For sites related to Native American Nations' dealings with governments and each other.
Sites listed here are for news services, newspapers, books, magazines and e-zines, and journals that are sources of information related to the cultural aspect of the ethnicity rather than the geographic area.
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Appropriate content areas include: 

  • Protection 
  • Advocacy
  • Youth and Family
  • Housing
  • Welfare
  • Health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Health
  • Employment Assistance

 

Native American organizations' web sites
Submissions may include historical figures, athletes, actors, etc. Artists, artisans, singers, and dancers should be listed under the appropriate topical category.
Sites related to specific Native American individuals, or groups of individuals.
Includes links to sites related to sports resources focused on Native Americans, including but not limited to news and media, athletes and teams, history, and issues.
There are three different kinds of political unions between different American Indian tribes.

1) Federations, where each tribe has (or had) its own leadership, but those leaders all answer to a greater federal government. The United States is such a federation. So is the Iroquois Confederacy. These federations belong in this category.

2) Intertribal organizations, where different politically distinct tribes convene to make treaties, deal with other nations, or achieve another goal. The United Nations is such an organization. So is the Assembly of First Nations. Please submit those organizations to Society/Ethnicity/Indigenous_People/Native_Americans/Organizations/Intertribal, even if they have "Federation" as part of their name.

3) Groups from originally distinct tribes who have banded together into a new nation with a single government. There are multiple ethnicities in France, but they all share the same country and government. Similarly, the Alabama-Coushatta, though they have two ethnicities, share a reservation and a single tribal government. Please submit these nations to Society/Ethnicity/Indigenous_People/Native_Americans/Tribes_Nations_and_Bands, even if they have "Federation" as part of their name.

Thank you.

To add a site to this category, please first go and find the category for your tribe or nation. Then add your site. This category is for sites relevant to all tribes, nations or bands in North America. It is not for sites relevant to individual nations. For individual nations, click on the letter to find the nation.
Sites to announce and forms to join Native American web rings.
Please submit information on womens'' groups, adolescent rites of passage, and the treatment of women. Sites about specific personalities should be submitted to

Society/Ethnicity/Indigenous_People/Native_Americans/People

Sites related to the lives of Native American girls and women.
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