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American Indian Library Association - Scroll down to AILA FAQ's to find links to resources for tracing Native roots as well as other Native Library and Literature Organizations and Resources, such as the American Indian Resource Center, with its own long list of annotated websites, the American Native Press Archives, and the Index of Native American ElectronicText Resources on the Internet
First Nations Histories - Tribal histories limited primarily to the lower 48 states of the U.S., but also include those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles. The histories provide information about each tribe’s location, population, names, language, sub-tribes, culture and history. At the end of each history there are links to other tribes mentioned.
George Catlin - Digital images of George Catlin’s paintings at the National Galler of Art that document the Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri River.
Native American Authors - Information on Native American authors, mostly contemporary ones at the moment, with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information and links to other resources including interviews, electronic texts and tribal
Native American Sites - Good information links on individual Native nations, organizations, music and art organizations and businesses as well as to sites about Native languages, the Native media, the mascot issue, and powwows and festivals.
NativeWeb: Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World. - -"Developed by a group of historians, independent scholars, and activists, NativeWeb offers a gateway to more than 4,000 historical and contemporary resources relating to over 250 separate nations." 
Kiowa Drawings - “Works of art on buffalo hide and more recent ones on paper that offer a unique source of information on tribal social and artistic traditions. This collection includes some of the best-known of Kiowa drawings done by Kiowa men imprisoned at Fort Marion in the 1870s and by the Kiowa Five, a group of artists who studied at the University of Oklahoma in the twentieth century.”
Links to American Indian Sites - Be sure to scroll past advertisements to find the links about various aspects of American Indians, such as tribes, history, genealogy, maps and even powwows and related events. There is also a special section with Links of the Month. After the links table, there is an explanation of the Link Page Titles.
National Museum of the American Indian - Part of the Smithsonian Institute, it is “the first national museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history and arts of almost all tribes of the U.S., most of the Canadian ones, and a significant number of those from Central and South America as well as the Caribbean.” There is a very extensive list of annotated links, and some exhibitions are online.
Storytellers:Native American Authors Online - Developed with the collaboration of Native American authors and whose aim is “to make the writing of modern Native American authors, particularly the poets, both more visible and more widely available,” has an alphabetical and tribal listings of the authors’ pages, information about books by other Native American authors, and links to traditional storytelling sites, reviews of books by Native American authors and related sites.
Wampanoag - Part of First Nations Histories, these web pages provide information about the Wampanoag tribe (population, names, culture and history) located in southeastern Massachusetts.
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