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Make sure that your students know not all Native Americans lived in tipis or hunted buffalo. [...] »

Online exhibit of more than 65 objects from Native cultures in North and South America. [...] »

A collection of resources and educational information regarding Native American environmental issues. [...] »

The Native Americans predated the colonists. Read an entire 48-page book about the Hohokam Indians. [...] »

Kiowa artwork from buffalo hide canvases to university art training. [...] »

How do Native Americans preserve their heritage in the world of today? [...] »

What would it be like to live with the Dakota Sioux? [...] »

Listen to a century of Omaha speeches and songs. Hear the influences of Native American music on contemporary tunes. [...] »

Meet the Oneida, and discover their role in the Revolutionary War and War of 1812. [...] »

View 179 images of Catholic missionary and Native American life in Arizona. [...] »

 
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