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A modest database of websites pertaining to Native American history, culture, and research organized by the MCPS Teaching American History grant and Center for History and New Media at George Mason University
The Library of Congress, American Memory, and University of Washington present more than 2,300 photographs and 7,700 pages of text illustrate the everyday lives of American Indians in the Northwest Coast and Plateau regions of the Pacific Northwest on this website. The materials illuminate the American Indians' housing, clothing, crafts, education, employment, transportation, and other aspects of everyday life
This website features an online exhibit displaying, explaining, and interpreting the Lakota pictorial histories known as winter counts. The website features a searchable database of images, a documentary about Lakota history and culture, video interviews with Lakota people, and a teacher's guide.
Video of a lecture given by Buck Woodard of the College of William and Mary's American Indian Resource Center. A lecture on Native American history and culture given for the Teaching American History grant in Loudoun County, VA
Video of a lecture given by Professor Paula Petrik of George Mason Univeristy for the Teaching American History grant. Dr. Petrik discusses the use of film to teach about Native Americans.
The home page of William and Mary's American Indian Resource Center with many different resources and links to past projects
European interpretations of Native Americans, images of popular culture, literary and political observations, and artistic representations are reflected in the more than 60 items available on this website from the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley
A National Park Service: Archeology Program website dedicated to Native American people, culture, and history including landmarks, a timeline, and resources organized by region
An online exhibit and museum designed to "protect, promote, interpret, and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishinaabe and Onkwehon:we"
Maps, images, and documents relating to the first encounters of the English settlers and explorers with Native Americans
An extensive listing of Native American sites
A small database of resources pertaining to aboriginal studies on the World-Wide-Web Virtual Library