- American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Data and Links
Links to demographic information and tables prepared by the U.S. Census Bureau.
- American Indian Health: National Library of Medicine
"An information portal for and about the health of Native Peoples of the U.S."
Governments: Indian Tribes and Resources for Native Americans
- Indian Country Today
A major source of news in Indian Country, they recently turned their media assets over to NCAI, the National Congress of American Indians.
Native American news, information and entertainment. Owned and operated by Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe.
Intellectual Property and the Safeguarding of Traditional Cultures
Law Library of Congress: Indians of North America
Native American Rights Fund: National Indian Law Library
- Native American Studies Collection, UC Berkeley
See the Native American Studies Collection from UC Berkeley's Ethnic Studies Library for many links to full text documents.
- Native Health Database of the University of New Mexico
This database of articles can be searched by tribe name as well as by topic.
- Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Check their frequent news releases and newsletter.
Protocols for Native American Archival Materials
- Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World
The TeachRock RUMBLE lessons introduce students to important Native American musicians including Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Salas, Redbone, Buffy St. Marie, Robbie Robertson, and the Black Eyed Pea’s Taboo.
Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples
- Shenandoah Films
A Eureka-based distributor of educational videos and DVDs.
Teaching Indigenous Languages
- Vision Maker Media
Mission statement: Vision Maker Media empowers and engages Native People to tell stories.
American Indian Center (Chicago)
Mission is to promote fellowship among Indian people of all Tribes living in metropolitan Chicago and to create bonds of understanding and communication between Indians and non-Indians in this city; to advance the general welfare of American Indians into the metropolitan community life; to foster the economic advancement of Indian people; to sustain cultural, artistic, and avocational pursuits; and to perpetuate Indian cultural values.
- American Library Association (Indigenous Tribes of Chicago)
The Chicago area is located on ancestral lands of indigenous tribes, such as the Council of the Three Fires--comprised of the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations--as well as the Miami, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Sac, Fox, Kickapoo, and Illinois Nations. These tribes had thriving trade networks in the Great Lakes area prior to European contact. Post-European contact, the tribes maintained trade arrangements with both the French and British. Some roadways in Chicago reflect the trade roads followed by these tribes.
Founded in 1944, it is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organizations serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
Honoring Native American achievements in contemporary society 1860's -Present Day
Native American LibGuide from The College of the Redwoods, created by Librarian Susan Gehr and used with permission.
Native American Heritage Month LibGuide from the Garrett-Evangelical theological Seminary, created by Librarian Mary-Carol Riehs and used with permission.