- Charles Curtis American Indian Vice-President
"Charles Curtis (Kansa /Osage) - Vice-President of the
United States (1929 - 1933), born Jan. 25, 1860 North
Topeka, Kansas died Feb. 8, 1936 Washington D.C.
- Line Camp ~*~ Welcome to linecamp.com "Stage Coach into American Western History Museums (AWHM), through the History and Commerce and The Great American West Past, Present and the Future." Museums ~*~ Campfire at Linecamp
- Frontiersmen, Pioneers, Explorers, Trappers
- United States Cavalry and the Indians "The U.S. Army, the long arm of the United States Government had a job to do. Monitor and promote the orderly expansion of the West. The U.S. Cavalry was the army unit of choice in the west. The Indians' resistance to being a conquered people and their later reluctance to being prisoners on reservations presented many problems to the westward expansion. Problems the Cavalry took in an aggressive stride to solve."
- Little Bighorn Battlefield 'Archaeology & History of Custer's Last Battle' "Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, site of Cuser's last battle, is located in southeastern Montana near the towns of Crow Agency and Hardin on Interstate Highway 90."
- Dennis Holloway, An Architect In Northern New Mexico "Dennis R. Holloway is a New Mexico architect living and working in Albuquerque. These pages present a broad overview of his professional career, including his pioneering passive solar sustainable architecture, ground-breaking architecture for Native American tribes and pueblos done in traditional native idioms, virtual reality and QTVR reconstructions of archaeological Anasazi sites in the Southwest US, his early student and apprenticeship works, and information on links to other Internet sites he considers important."
- Archaeological Sites of the Southwest: This is a catalog of prehistoric archaeological sites in the "Four-Corners" states (Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico) of the American Southwest that are on public land and are legally open to visitation.
- The Curtis Collection ~*~ Index of "The North American Indian"
"This page is a gateway to information concerning approximately 80 western Native American tribes, visited and photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis from 1890 to 1930, taken from "The North American Indian", Curtis' massive lifework. "The North American Indian" consists of 20 volumes of text, describing, in detail, all aspects of each Native American tribe's life and customs."
- Ohio History Central ~ Online Encyclopedia ~ Ohio Kids
- The Orb of History "The year was 2000 and the internet was filled with links pages and soon to be dot.bomb shopping sites. On the subject of history there was precious little information. Academic jealousy and snobbery were robbing the internet and thus the world of the information it craved. HistoryOrb.com was born to fill this gap."
- The American Cherokee Confederacy WebSite "We are currently undergoing renovations. Please check back soon for updates."
- Media Resource Center "University of California, Berkeley"
- On The Trail of "The Last Of The Mohicans": A Guide Booklet to the Film's Locations
- BlackHills.org "Black Hills Links and Information"
- Black Hills Internet Gateway "Pahasapa" Web Site!
"Known to the Sioux as... "Paha Sapa" or, the place of Gods."
- Oklahoma Native America the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
- John Caruso Homepage ~*~ Chattanooga, Tennessee
- John Ross Principal Chief of the Cherokee (1790 - 1866)
- Ricardo J. Salvador Associate Professor of Agronomy
- Mountain Man Graphics, Australia Web: Publications Index... Southern Spring - 1996 "Sourced from both the East and the West, you will find that some of these articles are not more than a moon old, while others were ancient at a time two millenia ago."
- Online Highways "Guides are now available for four states and one province; Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia.
- Planet Hawaii ~*~ Culture "For a small chain of islands, Hawaii sure doesn't lack for cultural diversity. Let's see who's here: mostly Hawaiians, Caucasians, Japanese, Koreans, Chinese, Filipinos, Vietnamese, Samoans, and Hmongs. Many families are multi-ethnic, with two and even three cultures influencing the way of life. Happily, there's also a culture that everyone can embrace. It's called Hawaiian Style."
- The Australian Internet Menu "Allows you to quickly find the Australian information that you are seeking on the Internet."
- Arizona Guide 'The Official Site of the Arizona Office of Tourism' "Arizona Guide and Arizona Central have teamed up to bring you news and information on topics ranging from the world famous Grand Canyon to Arizona's deserts, trails, mountains and waterways."
- Land of Ledgends - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. * Native American Culture "The Native American culture is probably the most deeply rooted of the many branches that make up the diverse ethnic and cultural environment of New Mexico. The Anasazi Indians were virtually the first identifiable inhabitants of the Southwest. They have bestowed upon us a breathtaking legacy of kivas, cliff dwellings, traditional crafts."
- Etiquette "It is vital to remember a few points about visiting pueblos. If it is not possible to check in at the tribal office in advance, at least call the pueblo governor's office or the tourist center prior to visiting. This is not simply a matter of etiquette, it is rather a matter of basic human respect and acceptable behavior."
- General Information (Hours, Fees, Feast Days, etc...)
- Annual Calendar of Dances and Events
- The Illini Confederation: Lords of the Mississippi Valley "When you visit Illinois remember that others walked here first."
- Mardi Gras Indians "Tradition and History Mardi Gras is full of secrets and the Mardi Gras Indians are as much a part of that secret society as any other carnival organization. The Mardi Gras Indians are comprised, in large part, of the blacks of New Orleans' inner cities. They have paraded for well over a century...yet their parade is perhaps the least recognized Mardi Gras tradition."
- Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston "...to build community, to preserve Cherokee heritage, to perpetuate the Cherokee culture, and to build the future of our people." Houston, Texas
- Excerpts from The Cherokee Messenger
- The Cherokee Nation (Information) "The Cherokees called themselves the Ani-Yun' wiya meaning leading or principal people. The original Cherokees lived early times in Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia."
(**Note: Visit the Official Site of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.)
- Cherokee National Historical Society "Founded In 1963, by a group of distinguished Cherokees, a private non-profit corporation designed to preserve the history and culture of the Cherokee people - past, present, and future." Tahlequah, Oklahoma
- Welcome!--O'SiYo!--Fàilte! "John Francis Technician/Lecturer for the Department of Geological Sciences, California State University at Long Beach."
- StoneE's WebLodge: "With the help of all my visitors here I hope to make this the best Lore & Legends site on the web for Native America, and also have the largest collection of Native Quotes." Visit the Native American Lore Index Page
- Kachina Doll Collection "This collection started with a single gift from my son's grandmother when he was 6 years old." Master Brandan Pierce, Age 8 - Collector
- Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada - ITCN Network: From this page you may link to information for each of the Nevada Tribes and Community Organizations that serve the Indian People living in Nevada.
- The UTE Tribes: Reported by Mark Ellsworth Hickman, a Ute descendant.
- Arctic Circle
- Arizona ThemeMall: Featuring information concerning Southwestern Indian Tribes and also features WebBoard for conferencing with others of similar interests!
- NativeNations.Com ~ Native Nations Press "The Information Source on Native America. Home of the online classic Native Nations of Iowa, since 1995. The home for all things Native American in the Midwest." Site by Lance M. Foster Native American Owned and Operated.
- AnotheR BytE, Inc.
- Computor Non-profit Recycling AND Hopi Information Network
- American Indian College Fund: 'Educating the mind and Spirit.'
"A person's wealth is measured by what he gives away not by what he keeps." Lummi belief
- Welcome to the Costanoan Ohlone Indian Canyon Resource "A Resource of Information about Costanoan (Ohlone) and other Indigenous Californians: History, Current Events, Contacts, Native American experience."
- The Great Sioux Nation: "A Guide from South Dakota Executive Tourism." Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Oglala Sioux Tribe, Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota Nation, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Yankton Sioux Tribe
- Chebucto Community Net Home Page ~*~ Heritage Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Native People 'Native People & First Nations'
Mi'kmaq, Crees of Northern Quebec, Mi'kmaw Kina'masuti (Mi'k maw Education Authority), Union of Nova Scotia Indians...
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center: "The Pueblo people are settled in nineteen communities, some of which have been continuously inhabited since long before the discovery of America. Still retaining their ancient and largely secret ceremonial life, they neverless welcome visitors from all over the world."
- Welcome to Hanksville! Site by Karen Strom
- The Native American Net Server: A free service to the Internet Community, thanks to the computer facilities of the University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee.