- Comanche Divisions and Bands
- Chickasaw Clans
- Truman Washington Dailey,last native speaker of the Otoe-Missouria dialect of Chiwere
- Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s foundation offers to build skate park on Fort Yuma Quechan Reservation
- Native American Day One Step Closer as an Official State Holiday in California
- Cherokee Nation to offer tribal photo IDs in Colorado
- Nooksack Place Names
- Cheyenne Principal Divisions and Bands
- What is an Indian Colony?
- Mountain Spirits
- Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation
- Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe Reservation
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium reaches landmark contract settlement with IHS
- Chipewa Cree tribal leader indicted on multiple charges
- Redskins Stripped Of Trademarks
Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma
The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is a federally recognized indian tribe which split off from the main Iowa Tribe now located in Kansas and Nebraska in the late 1800s.
Copper Inuit Subgroups
The Copper Inuit lived within geographically defined subgroups or villages.
Native American super foods
On American Indian reservations, the traditional diet of wild plants and game for food is increasingly being replaced with a far less healthful diet of predominantly high-carb, high-sugar foods.
Lower Brule Sioux ReservationThe Lower Brule Sioux Reservation is located in the central portion of South Dakota, 15 miles southeast of Pierre, SD and 16 miles north of Reliance, SD on Interstate 90.
Siouan -> Western Siouan -> Mississippi Valley -> Chiwere–Winnebago -> Chiwere
Iowa and Otoe Genealogy
Ioway heritage (also known as Iowa heritage) is a mixture of not only Ioway blood, but also Otoe, Omaha, Missouri, and other tribes, as well as Ma'unke (whiteman), especially French.
Nooksack Indian Tribe of Washington
The Nooksack Tribe is a federally recognized Salish tribe near the Northwest Coast in northern Washington State located about 15 miles from the Canadian border. Their oral history says they have resided there since time immemorial.
Cheyenne Warrior Societies
Soldier societies provided martial training, socialization, and preservation of tradition among the men who joined the groups.
Algonquian Bands and Clans
The Algonquian Family adapted its name from the Algonkin tribe. This is a linguistic stock which formerly occupied a more extended area than any other language in North America . Their territory reached from the Eastern shore of Newfoundland to the Rocky Mountains.
European Explorers and US Government Timeline 1492-1999This is a timeline of European explorer's interaction with north American indian tribes beginning with Columbus' voyages in 1492, along with US Government actions taken in the 19th and 20th century.
Mayan Spiritual MythologyHere is a list, hopefully reasonably complete, of known Mayan God-forms. The information here is necessarily brief; a full accounting of all these entities would be a massive book in its own right.
Haudenosaunee Spiritual Mythology
These Haudenosaunee spiritual concepts are intended as a general reference guide for students of Eastern Woodland mythology. The format will consist of a Name (and occasionally a translation in the Seneca or Seneca-Mingo dialects) with a description of the divinity.