Related Links

  • Native American Artists Home Page
    Native American fine art exhibit. Only Native American artists are presented at this site. The variety and quality of their work speaks for itself. This is a juried collection of works. The art work may be downloaded and posted on other sites, if credit is given to the artist and a link provided back to the artist’s exhibit.
  • The Native American History Archive
    The Native American History Archive is designed for use by K-12 students using the Web for classroom projects, in the spirit of the Native American History Archive Inquirer, a model for collaborative group projects in History, offered as a starting point for teachers seeking authentic uses of the World Wide Web in their classrooms.
  • This Day In American Indian History
    Site provides over 3000 events which happened to or affected the indigenous peoples of North America. A History Channel recommended site.
  • Native American Languages
    Information and links for Specific languages, preservation of specific languages, language family and regional sites, general Native American language sites, books, and endangered languages discussion.
  • Native Languages Page
    Links to various pages of individual native languages – continually updated.
  • Native American Art
  • Native American Artist Resources
  • Native American Related Media
  • Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra
  • Coeur d’Alene Art Association
  • Red Earth Museum and Festival
  • The History of Potlatch and Native American Currency
  • NativeTech
    An internet resource for indigenous ethno-technology focusing on the arts of Eastern Woodland Indian Peoples, providing historical & contemporary background with instructional how-to’s & references.
  • Center for Multilingual, Multicultural Research
    The Center is an organized research unit at the University of Southern California, facilitating the research collaboration, dissemination and professional development activities of faculty, students, and others across School of Education, university and outside organizational lines.
  • Julyamsh Pow Wow
    Coeur d’Alene Tribal Encampment and Pow Wow.
  • The Official Coeur d’Alene Website
    Because there was always a commitment to the future, so will there always be a commitment to the past. The modern Coeur d’Alene Tribe is the sum of uncounted centuries of untold generations. In the tribe’s own ancient language, it is called Schi’tsu’umsh, meaning “Those who were found here” or “The discovered people”.
  • Bureau Of Indian Affairs – U.S. Department of the Interior
    The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ mission is to enhance the quality of life, to promote economic opportunity, and to carry out the responsibility to protect and improve the trust assets of American Indians, Indian tribes and Alaska Natives. The site contains the mission statement, strategic plan, services and opportunites for the BOIA’s population.
  • NativeWeb
    NativeWeb is a project of many people. Our vision touches ancient teachings and modern technology. Our purpose: to provide a cyber-place for Earth’s indigenous peoples.
  • Canku Ota (Many Paths)
    Canku Ota is a free, bi-weekly, online Newsletter celebrating Native America, its traditions and accomplishments. Also includes many wonderful items including a kids page, coloring book, biographical and historical items from a Native American View.
  • Indian Country Today Online
    Indian Country Today, a weekly newspaper that covers national news and events, is currently distributed in all fifty states and in seventeen foreign countries. Indian Country Today is America’s largest Indian newspaper.
  • Index of Native American Resources
    A tremendously comprehensive hypertext index of Native American resources, including art, education, history, government, cultural, commercial, personal and employment sites.
  • Society of Native American Culture – North Carolina State University
    This organization was formed to create a community among the Native American Students here at NCSU. Our aim is to focus on the cultures of our ancestors and to enrich awareness of others on the campus and the surrounding community.,/
  • Author Yellowpages is a searchable directory of author websites.
  • Epicenter Press
    Since its founding in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1988, Epicenter has become the largest publisher of books about Alaska. In that time, Epicenter has published more than 100 titles covering a broad range of nonfiction touching on history, memoirs and biographies, adventure, aviation, humor, true crime, mystery and the unexplained, sled dog mushing, women’s stories, Native American culture, and more.