See also Gateway Sites
American Indian Occupation, 1969-1971. Collection of photographs.
American Centuries: A View From New England
Memorial Hall Museum, Deerfield MA focusses on three past "turns of the centuries", 1700, 1800 and 1900. In the exhibit, five themes are explored across these time periods: Native Americans, African Americans, Newcomers (settlers, and immigrants), the Land, and Family Life. There are five areas of study: Children, Eating, Military, Rituals and Work.
Documents for the Study Of American History
Extensive collection of documents, writings, letters for the study of American history, 15th century through present.
Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties
Documents from the years 1778 to 1913; from the National Indian Law Library of the Native American Rights Fund and the University of Oklahoma Law Library.
Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
Tribal documents of over 500 federally recognized tribes.
"Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World."
WAAW: Women Artists of the American West
Although this is actually an online course, it offers resources for the study of women, art, the west and the Native American culture.
Organized and Maintainted by
Ann B. Perham Ann_Perham@needham.k12.ma.us
Needham High School, Needham, Massachusetts
Updated: January 2012