A comprehensive Native American web directory presenting categorized information to Canadian Aboriginal, Native American Indian and International Indigenous sites on the world wide web.
Find-Beads.com gives you quality Bead related web links. Finding the Bead web site you are after is easy at FIND-BEADS Web Directory.
Every weekday, Indianz.Com publishes two to three features on news worthy issues and/or other topics of interest. You can read stories on a wide range of topics, including legislation, court decisions, health issues, and politics. They also feature a summary of reporting by other news media. You’ll find a quick summary of stories being covered by other reporting agencies, along with relevant information about the story. Finally, they gather resources and links on Native American sites on the web.
Established by Indians for Indians. This Native American Web Community is maintained by an all volunteer staff. No one connected with this site receives compensation or reimbursement. Includes: Job Opportunities, Pow Wow Calendar, Native Links, Members, Chat, Pow Wow Etiquette, Stories & Poems, Books Online, Food (Indian recipes), Federal Tribes
Native Culture.com is a “portal of communication*dedicated to making the world a better place through understanding.” The site contains numerous links to Native resources.
Native American web site brings together NativeWeb’s relations on the internet, providing tools and resources you need to communicate with others interested in Native American culture. Includes: News, Events, Jobs, and other community oriented resources, email lists (archives too), chat boards, and more. Includes numerous articles and links related to craftwork.
PowWows.com is an Native American internet portal for news, information, and resources related to Native American powwows. The site features a strong community of users. Join over 4,000 members in the Virtual Gathering or for live chat visit the PowWows.com Chat Room. Learn about Powwows, Dance Styles, Singing and more – visit the Singing and Dancing sections: Powwow Information Dance Styles, Etiquette, Men’s Fancy, Giveaways, Men’s Grass, Singing, Men’s Straight, Men’s Traditional, Drum Group Database, Women’s Buckskin, Women’s Cloth, Women’s Fancy, Women’s Jingle & Gourd Dancing. View pictures of beadwork and ribbonwork, watch videos of dance styles, listen to powwow songs or upload your pictures to the Galleries: Crafts, Dancing & History.
The forums are particularly interesting, with some very informative discussion threads on many interesting topics.
Wonderfully organized historic website. Select the period to review, then select from tabbed categories about the period across the top of the navigation. The materials on this Web site include a U.S. history textbook; over 400 annotated documents from the Gilder Lehrman Collection, supplemented by primary sources on slavery, Mexican American, Asian American, and Native American history, and U.S. political, social, and legal history; succinct essays on the history of film, ethnicity, private life, and technology; multmedia exhibitions; and reference resources that include a database of annotated links, classroom handouts, chronologies, glossaries, an audio archive including speeches and book talks by historians, and a visual archive with hundreds of historical maps and images.
HISTORY ERAS INCLUDED: The First Americans, Colonial Era, American Revolution, Early National Period, Pre-Civil War Era, Slavery, Civil War, Reconstruction, Gilded Age, America Becomes a World Power, Progressive Era, World War I, 1920s, Great Depression, World War II, Post-War Era, 1960s, Vietnam War, 1970-2000, The 21st Century.