This category is for sites devoted to the first peoples of North America: Native Americans, American Indians, or First Nations. It is especially for those sites created by and for Native Americans, though scholarly sites about Native Americans may be accepted. The category is not meant for sites marketing and selling Native American arts, crafts, and other goods, as there are several appropriate categories in the directory devoted to those sites.
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.
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.
Online collection of Native American and Canadian legends, treaties, photographs, and artwork.
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.
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.
Articles, essays, educational materials, and a newsletter concerning contemporary Indian life. With photos and links.
Gender, sex, and societal roles in Native American and Inuit tradition. Summaries and suggested readings.
A starting point for information on First Nations Peoples, native art, life and culture.
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.
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