Please use this directory to help find stores, cultural reference material, radio stations, galleries and businesses. Contact us to let us know about Native American related sites missing from our directory, or to inquire about advertising or sponsorship opportunities. Go Native American (gonativeamerican.org)
Web resources on native American topics have been classified in the following categories
Site of the month
Located on the Warm Springs reservation of the Wasco and Paiute Native American Tribes, the Museum at Warm Springs in Central Oregon preservse, advances and sharse the knowledge of the cultural, traditional and artistic heritage of the Confederated Tribes. Collections inclulde baskets, beaded bags and tribal treasures.
In Montana, an Indian reservation’s children feel the impact of sequester’s cuts
March 21, 2013
According to the Washington Post, the sequester is already having a devastating impact on the public schools at the Fort Peck reservation. The system must contemplate closure of its summer school program, which is also an important nutritional program. The article quotes the school principla, students, reservation officials and community members. Altogether a very depressing picture of the impact of sharp budget cuts on a school system already in difficulties due to high rates of poverty on the reservation. Read more at the Washington Post
an Internet Resources Directory
Resources related to Native Americans, their culture, their history, and their activity in today is widely available on the internet. The resources are not, however, always easy to find. This directory was developed to make it easier to find these resources, and to categorize them in such a way that “like” sites could be found in one place. A sort of “Go To” list to help people interested in a particular topic relating to North American Indians begin to scratch the surface of the treasures available freely on the internet.
The developers of this site are not all knowing or all seeing. If you are aware of resources which should be listed in the site, contact us and let us know. We are also by no means experts. Our casual knowledge is far exceeded by the experts whose sites are listed herein. If you have questions about the aboriginal peoples of North America, their art or culture, their history or the businesses they are engaged in today, you would be far better served by addressing your questions to the very knowledgable people who have created the resources we are privileged to be able to lift up for your consideration.
Go Native, American
In addition to finding these resources, we encourage Native Americans and those descended from immigrants, and all others to “Go Native” in many ways.
Choose Native American businesses as your vendors, learn about these rich cultures, choose Native American art in your decor, listen to the music of the American Indians of the past and present. Go Native, all you Americans, in recognition of the place of honor these ancient traditions hold and should hold in this beautiful continent.
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