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Presidential Proclamation for American Indian Heritage Month, 2007:

Federal Government and Government Associated Type Sites: – Denver Federal Executive Board American Indian Program Council. – Kansas City Federal Executive Board NA Council. – American Indian/Alaska Native Employees Association for the NRCS. – Bureau of Indian Affairs. – Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. – Health and Human Services – Administration for NA. – Census Bureau – NA data. – National Park Service – Tribal Preservation Program. – Housing and Urban Development – Indian Health Services. – Department of Justice – Office of Tribal Law. – Department of Labor – Workforce Investment Act (WIA). – USDA programs for Native Americans. – AOA – Administration on Aging’s Compendium of Grant Resources for Native American Elders’ Programs. – Code Talk is a federal inter-agency Native American website that provides information for Native American communities. Code Talk is hosted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Native American Programs. – National Indian Gaming Commission – Environmental Protection Agency – AI Environmental Office. – DOD NA Heritage Month. – Census Bureau web site on American Indians for 2000. – Fact sheets released by the Bureau of Census about American Indians. – Web site about the Iroquois Nation. – Edward S. Curtis photos of American Indians. – The National Park Service has historical information in The National Register of Historic Places which promotes awareness of and appreciation for the history and culture of American Indians and Alaska Natives during National American Indian Heritage Month. This month is dedicated to recognizing the intertribal cultures, the events and lifeways, the designs and achievements of American Indians and Alaska Natives. As part of the observance, this site showcases historic properties listed in the National Register, National Register publications, and National Park units. – Army Corps of Engineers Tribal Issues. – The U.S. Geological Survey has an American Indian/Alaska Native Coordinating Team to establish policy and to coordinate USGS activities.

Tribal Government Type Sites: – National Congress of American Indians – NCAI serves as a forum for consensus-based policy development among its membership of over 250 tribal governments from every region of the country. – NCAI site devoted to Development of Technology in Native America. – Inter-Tribal Environmental Council (ITEC). – link site for Native American Tribes. – Official site of the Cherokee Nation. – Official Choctaw Site. – Navajo Nation Site. – Official Blackfeet Nation site. – Seneca Nations of Indians – One of six Iroquois Tribes. – Powhatan Renape Nation, NJ. – Seminole’s of Florida site. – White Mountain Apache Tribe. – Prairie Band of Potawatamie – (Kansas area). – Prairie Band Language site. – Official web site of the Mohawk Nation.

Educational Sites: – Haskell Indian Nations University – Lawrence KS. – Smithsonian Institute – Museum of the Native American. – American Indian Science Engineering Society. – Center for World Indigenous Studies. – Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native American in Science.

MISC. Non-Governmental Sites – (for information only not connected in any way with the federal government) American Indian website – Phil Konstantin has a website with many links–especially to books on American Indians. – Heart of America Indian Center a Kansas City area local Non profit agency providing services to the Native peoples.– Local (KC) NA Community Events and Information – Site with info on AI happenings and links to other AI interests (Tribal Names meanings, etc.) – Alaska Native Arts Foundation – Alaska Native Heritage Month. – Native and First Nations communities. – The Gathering of Nations is a NPO for NAI culture and tradition and dispel stereotypes. – The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is a NPO that provides legal representation and technical assistance to Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide. – Native American website to promote NA Businesses. – Private site devoted to Native American Issues. – Website for Native American Resources – Iroquois Links – Black Indians Site – NA Symbols – NA Art and Education Center – recommended by the History Channel. – NA Music resources on the web. – African Native American site – Native American fish and wildlife Society – Native Arts website. – General site. – General site. – NA Graphics. – Native foods. – Cherokee language and lore. – English/Cherokee dictionary. – Official site of the Oklahoma Cherokee Nation. – List of web sites of Tribal histories. – History of Lakota winter counts. – Web site about famous American Indians. – Chronological history dealing with American Indians set by calendar date. – Web site dealing with several items about American Indians. – Association of American Indian Physicians. – The Diversity Store has posters for special observances. Their posters for American Indian Heritage have several different themes. American West – This site has sections on General Native American Resources, Education, Leaders of the Past, Messages & Personal Home Pages, Native American Nations Homepages, Images, Organizations & Government Resources, Ghosts from the Past, Native Peoples’ Web Ring, Native Languages, and Movies. For a listing of Federally recognized American Indian Tribes and a listing of Native entities within the state of Alaska (there are 227 of them!). – Association of American Indian Affairs is an 80-year-old organization with offices in Maryland and South Dakota, with an active cultural preservation program. AAIA was an integral part of the advocacy effort that led to the enactment of NAGPRA, has facilitated repatriation of almost 2,000 human remains to the Dakota people, plays a leading role in sacred sites preservation, and operates a small Dakota language program in South Dakota. AAIA’s other programs focus on tribal sovereignty, sacred lands protection, youth, scholarships, and health. – Activities to Celebrate Native American Heritage! November is National American Indian Heritage Month. This week, Education World offers 12 lessons to help students learn about Native American history and cultures. Included: Activities that involve students in dramatizing folktales, learning new words, preparing traditional foods, and much more! – Journal of Indigenous Policy. – Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs. – PowWow Calendar is the most comprehensive listing of Native American Pow Wows online. The calendar features thousands of events. You can search by date, location, or by the map. You can also look for the events most recently added or events occuring in the next few days. – For information on different Native conferences being held around the United States: – Native American Women’s History — Women’s role and women leaders in Native American communities. Resources for reading and research. Includes notable Native American women, from Pocahontas and Sacagawea (Sacajawea) to Zitkala-Sa to Wilma Mankiller, and many more.

Media – Newspapers, Magazines, etc. – Site with many links for NA media. – Indian Country Today. – Native American News. – Native American Television. – Yahoo’s NAI on news section. – Native American Journalists Association website. – Native American News and Radio online. – Native Youth Magazine.

Genealogy Sites: – Premier Genealogy Link Site – Lists many 1000’s of genealogy resources. This link it to the Native American resources Section. – Native American Site – Dawes/Miller indexes, etc. –’s Native resource links. – Cherokee Messenger. – NA genealogy. – Kansas Native American Genealogy sources site. – African Native American Genealogy. – General genealogy site. – US genealogy site – all info on site is free (or should be).

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