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  1. Apache (Tribes of Native America Series)
  2. Directory of Native American tribes of the United States by Jess Lujan, 1995
  3. The Jicarilla Apache Tribe: A History by Veronica E. Velarde Tiller, 1992-12-31
  4. The Western Apache: Living With the Land Before 1950 (Civilization of the American Indian) by Winfred Buskirk, 1986-11
  5. Western Apache-English Dictionary: A Community-Generated Bilingual Dictionary by White Mountain Apache Indian Tribe, 1998-10
  6. Kiowa, Apache, and Comanche Military Societies: Enduring Veterans, 1800 to the Present by William C. Meadows, 2003-04
  7. An Apache Life-Way: The Economic, Social And Religious Institutions Of The Chiricahua Indians by Morris Edward Opler, 2008-06-13
  8. Myths and Tales of the Jicarilla Apache Indians by Edward Morris Opler, 1995-01-09
  9. Western Apache Language and Culture: Essays in Linguistic Anthropology by Keith H. Basso, 1992-07-01
  10. The Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War: Fort Sill 1894-1914 by John Anthony, Jr. Turcheneske, 1997-09-01
  11. The Jicarilla Apache: A Portrait by Veronica E. Velarde Tiller, 2006-11-15
  12. They Sang For Horses: The Impact of the Horse on Navajo & Apache Folklore by LaVerne Harrell Clark, 2001-05-15
  13. Putting a Song on Top of It: Expression and Identity on the San Carlos Apache Reservation by David W. Samuels, 2006-09-15
  14. Apache Odyssey: A Journey between Two Worlds by Morris E. Opler, 2002-05-01

1. Links To Indian Pages
Wea Indian Tribe Painting Teton Sioux by Diana Stanley Vision Quest Studio WisdomKeepers White Mountain apache tribe native american Culture Halito Chi
Links to indian pages
Painting: "Out Of The Mist" by Diana Stanley - Vision Quest Studio
Her I have listed links to some interesting and important indian sites. Have already visited all of this sites. They are great.
The Links
Tribal INDEX - The Curtis Collection ( A MUST ! ) NativeWeb (here you find everything !! GREAT RESOURCE Native American languages Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma ... Wea Indian Tribe
Painting: "Teton Sioux" by Diana Stanley - Vision Quest Studio
Wisdom Keepers
White Mountain Apache Tribe Native American Culture ... Native Americans

2. ArtNatAm - Links To Other Sites
Explore this compilation of sites specializing in native american art, music, and products. Includes genealogy resources. Links to native american Artists. Abraham, Ayap'run Jack Yup'ik (Alaska). Argon, Arnold - Crow tribe Ioway tribe. Smith, Kevin - Mescalero apache tribe. Stacey, Patricia J.

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Native American Sites Art Sites Artists Trading Posts Products ... Tribal Additional Sites Art Related Artist Sites Collectibles Web Malls ... Personal Pages To exchange links please e-mail:
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Links to Native American Art Sites
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3. Native American Constitutions
Head (Aquinnah); Constitution of the White Mountain apache tribe of the Constitutionof the Yavapaiapache Nation. Go to native american Constitutions Main Page
Archive Codes Cohen's Handbook ... Main Page

Bo Young Seminole tribe of Florida; David Bray - Iroqouis Nationals native AmericanRecreation 116 West Osage Greenfield, IN 46140. Wild apache Internet.
Indianapolis, Indiana: The NARSI ) offers the best youth recreation and sport directors and coaches training programs in America. The emphasis is on training adults to work with children ages 5 - 14 and the overall well-being of these youths. The emotional, physical, spiritual, and cultural development of the children is of prime concern. The classes are recommended for personnel of recreation, youth, drug elimination, housing, health, wellness, and health departments. Tribal Council Members who oversee these departments are encouraged to participate.
The origin of NARSI is rooted in the recreation directors education conference programs planned and produced by Judith G. Shepherd in Indianapolis in 1994 and 1995. The ongoing development is due to the popularity and growth of those conferences.
Native American Youth Recreation and Sport Administration NAYRSA ) is appropriate for recreation administrators and directors, assistant directors, and financial officers of recreation departments. The session of Level I is a full eight hours of training. The fee includes an inclusive guide, textbooks, and meals. This is a program which gives details on the "how-tos" and the "whys" of each step necessary in the development and advancement of an excellent recreation department. To be able to direct a recreation program, the administrator needs to know the details of the youth coach program of study, therefore, NARSI requires the administrators/directors to take the

5. Native Americans - Internet Resources.
Internet Public Library resource allows visitors to search for native american writers by tribe. the Internet Public Library. native american Authors Index by tribe. A Algonquin. Anishinaabe. Anishinabe. Anishnabay. apache. Arapaho. Arikara. Assiniboine. AssiniboineSioux
Native Americans - Internet Resources
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Native American page. You will find bibliographies, directories to pages of individual tribes, history and historical documents, periodicals and general links. The ISLMC is a preview site for teachers, librarians, students and parents. You can search this site, use an index or sitemap . The following sites have useful information on Native Americans. This page revised 1/22/00. NOTE: The Internet is being overwhelmed by viruses and spam. Please protect your computer with appropriate software. Also, many worthwhile sites have "pop-ups" which may change to include content unknown to me. Use preview sites before using with children.

Directories Author Pages History ... Periodicals See Also: Virginia's Indians The Cherokees Native American Authors
Selected Bibliography on Native American Writers and Their Writings
A Wallace library guide
Native Americans. Bibliography. Juvenile Books

Native Americans. Bibliography. Young Adult Books

Fiction; biography; poetry; drama by and about Native Americans.
A Critical Bibliography on North American Indians, for K-12

6. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Official Home Page
The webpage of the Cheyenne River tribe. Tribal information, statistics, government, and historical Category Society Ethnicity tribes, Nations and Bands S Sioux...... cgi Index.htm HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date Sat, 15 Feb 2003 014518 GMT Server apache/1.3.27 NativeAmerican Links. Copyright © 1999 Cheyenne River Sioux tribe.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
Contact Us
Tribal Administration
  • Tribal Chairman 605-964-4155 Tribal Treasurer 605-964-4426 Tribal Secretary 605-964-8311 Administrative Officer 605-964-4155
P.O. Box 590 Eagle Butte, SD 57625
  • Tribal Chairman: Tribal Treasurer: tba Tribal Secretary: Administrative Officer: tba
General Information
  • Tribal Secretary: Webmaster:
Welcome to our website. We are currently redesigning our website. Please bear with us and check back in the near future for added pages.

7. Native American Authors: Apache Tribe
the Internet Public Library native american Authors Browsing by tribe Online resources about the apache tribe Geronimo His Own Story Author The american Revolution
the Internet Public Library
Native American Authors: Browsing by Tribe
Apache Tribe
Apache Authors
Lou Cuevas
Michael Lacapa

Anna Price

Mrs. Andrew Stanley
Online resources about the Apache Tribe
Geronimo: His Own Story
Author: The American Revolution
Type: tribal
URL: The Handbook of Texas Online: Apache Indians
Author: Jeffrey D. Carlisle
Type: tribal
Description: An article about the Apache Indians from The Handbook of Texas Online , a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association. URL: The Handbook of Texas Online: Kiowa Apache Indians Author: J. Gilbert McAllister and H. Allen Anderson Type: tribal Description: An article about the Kiowa Apache Indians from The Handbook of Texas Online , a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association. URL:

8. Native American Culture In The White Mountains
The White Mountain apache tribe. Today, the White Mountain apache tribe, residentsto the Fort apache Reservation, are an integral part of the White Mountains.
The White Mountain Apache Tribe
The word "Apache" is derived from the Yuma word for "fighting-men." Indigenous to the southwest, the Apaches were known throughout history for their superior strategy, strength, and courage in times of conflict. Upon the arrival of European settlers from the 17th to 19th centuries, the Apache carved their place in the history of the old west through such famous tribal leaders as Cochise and Geronimo. Today, the White Mountain Apache Tribe, residents to the Fort Apache Reservation, are an integral part of the White Mountains. While maintaining their traditional and social structure, the Apache have deep spiritual ties to the beauty of the forested White Mountains. Recent changes in the socio-economic structure of the tribe finds them as hosts to some of the most popular attractions in the region, most notably historic Fort Apache Hon-Dah Resort and Casino , and Sunrise Ski Resort , one of the premiere skiing facilities.

9. War Stories: American Warrior Tribute Pages: Stories, Photos, Native American Fl
native american Flags. Jamestown S'Klallam Nation, Jicarilla apache tribe Seal, KialegeeCreek Confederacy, Leech Lake Ojibwe Chippewa, Lytton Band of Pomo Indians,
American Warrior Series
Native American Flags

Abenaki StFrancis Sokoki Band
Affiliated Tribes NW Indians Alabama Quassarte Tribal Town Arapaho ... Yosemite Miwok American Warrior Series

10. War Stories: Native American Flag Of The Jicarilla Apache Tribe Seal
Flag of the Jicarilla apache, tribe Seal.
Flag of the Jicarilla Apache, Tribe Seal

11. Native American
Comanche Census List, 18791901. native american Resources on the Internet. 1903-1904.apache tribe PO Box 1220, Anadarko, OK 73005 405/ 247-9493.
Lawton Public Library Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Collection This special collection is aimed at providing research material concerning the history and genealogy of the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache and Ft. Sill Apache tribes of Southwest Oklahoma. Found in the collection are histories, biographies, genealogies, theses and microfilmed records. Of special and unique importance are the following records:
Frank Bosin, Sr
Resources in the Family History Room: Family Record Book: Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Tribes, 1901 , maintained by the Kiowa Agency. Kiowa Agency Census Rolls, 1869-1939 Kiowa Agency Birth and Death Rolls, 1924-1932 Kiowa Agency Births, Marriages, Divorces, Deaths, Wills, and Related Records, 1869-1925 Kiowa Agency Estate Records, 1872-1925 Fort Sill Apaches: Their Vital Statistics, Tribal Origins, and Antecedents , by Gillett Griswold Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache Obituaries
compiled by Sam DeVenney. 4 vols. Schedule of Land Allotments Indian cemetery records Miscellaneous material in the Indian Vertical Files: a collection of news clippings, articles, pamphlets, genealogy sheets, pictures, etc.

12. Index Of Native American Nations On The Internet
Indians Washoe tribe of Nevada and California White Mountain apache tribes Wichitaand Button Return to the Index of native american Resources on the Internet.
WWW Virtual Library - American Indians
Index of Native American Nations on the Internet
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General Resources
The International Personality of Indigenous Peoples by David Schneider and Dr. Louis Furmanski United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Blackfeet Nation Cabazon Band of Mission Indians Cherokee Nation Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma ... Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation - Colville Tribe [Can't connect 3/28/03] Updated Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Coquille Indian Tribe Costanoan-Ohlone Indian Canyon Resource Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana ... Kanatak, Native Tribe of

13. WWWVL: American Indians - Cultural Resources
Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma Yavapaiapache Nation Tachi Yokut tribe Heritage Software,Tribal Repatriation Database native american Ethnobotany by
WWW Virtual Library - American Indians
Index of Native American Cultural Resources on the Internet
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Multi-Cultural Sites
A Line In The Sand , issues of cultural property and cultural sensitivity Assembly of First Nations Center For World Indigenous Studies
Fourth World Documentation Project:
Indigenous Peoples' Information for the Online Community
... American Indian Art and Ethnographica Magazine
Tribe/Nation Sites
United States
Iroquois Confederacy [Including Canada]
Haudenosaunee Lacrosse: An Iroquois Tradition Mohawk Council of Kahnawake ... St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Environment Division

14. EMOL: Arizona Native American Reservations
Yavapaiapache Nation PO Box 1188 Camp Verde, AZ 86322 520 cultural center, guidedhorseback riding Yavapai-Prescott Indian tribe 530 E native american Home Page.
EMOL SW Culture
Native American
Reservations and Indian Nations
Ak-Chin Indian Communlty
Maricopa AZ 85239
520-568-2227. Fax 602-254-6133
Casino and museum with tribal crafts, exhibits and photographs of Ak-Chin peoples.
Cocopah Tribe
Somerton, AZ 85350
520-627-2102. Fax 520-627-3173
Gaming facility, museum, cultural center, RV resort and golf course.
Colorado River Indian Tribes Route 1, Box 23-B Parker, AZ 85344 520-669-9211. Fax 520-669-5675 Gaming facility, tribal museum, water sports facilities for fishing, boating, water, skiing, jet skiing. Hunting, canoe rentals. Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Tribal Council PO. Box 17779 Fountain Hills, AZ 85269 602-837-5121. Fax 602-837-1630 Gaming facility Fort Mojave Indian Tribe 500 Merriman Ave. Needles, CA 92363 619-326-4591. Fax 619-326-2468 Gaming facility, museum, mini-golf course,hotel and casino, golf course. Fort Yuma Quechan Tribal Council P.O. Box 1899 Yuma, AZ 85364 619-572-0213. Fax: 619-572-2102 Gaming facility Gila River Indian Community P.O. Box 97

15. Native American Studies: Organizations
Wea Indian tribe of Indiana White Mountain apache tribe Wiyot tribe Wyandot Nation IndianMovement Grand Governing Council native american Arts Allaince
Voyager (Library Catalog) Sage Research Guides Ask A Librarian ...
Print Resources

Native American Tribes, Nations, and Organizations
List of Federally Recognized Tribes
Blackfeet Nation

Cayuga Nation

Cherokee Nation
Wyandot Nation of Kansas

Organizations American Indian Film Institute
American Indian Movement

American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council
Native American Arts Allaince ... Native American Rights Fund Questions and comments can be addressed to Daisy Benson Last updated 2/24/2000

16. HHS Awards New Native American Grants For Tribal Elders And Caregivers - HHS Pre
24,460. native Village of Gambell. 12,230. native Village of Point Hope. 12,230. 30,580.Quechan Indian tribe. 18,350. San Carlos apache tribe. 24,460.
Home Quick Index Site Index Press Room ... E-Mail AoA For Immediate Release: April 25, 2002
Contact: AoA Press Office
HHS Awards New Native American Grants for Tribal Elders and Caregivers
HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson today announced $27.6 million in grants to support vital community programs and services for tribal elders and their caregivers. This amount reflects an 8.5 percent increase in funding for fiscal year 2002 and includes 10 tribal organizations receiving federal funds for aging services for the first time. “The services provided through these grants are helping to improve the lives of our most revered citizens. We know that serious health disparities continue to plague Native American communities, and lack of access to health and social services remains a challenge,” Secretary Thompson said. “This program is a vital component of our prevention and education efforts to reach out to vulnerable communities.” Administered by HHS' Administration on Aging (AoA), the 236 grants awarded to tribal organizations will provide nutrition and supportive services to Native American elders to help them to remain independent and healthy. In addition, 177 Native American Caregiver Support Grants, available under the new National Family Caregiver Support Program, will support the caregivers of American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian elders.

17. Native American Tribe - Apache
nomadic nature, that several names were used to identify the same tribe. finallytaken into captivity and most of the apache renegades were native Americans.
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Apache Tribe
by Todd Underwood The word "apache" comes from the Yuma word for "fighting-men" and from the Zuni word meaning "enemy." The Apache tribe consists of six subtribes: the Western Apache, Chiricahua, Mescalero, Jicarilla, Lipan and Kiowa. Each subtribe is from a different geographial region. It is possible, due to their nomadic nature, that several names were used to identify the same tribe. The Apaches are commonly known for their incredible endurance and warfare skills. First arriving in the Southwest sometime between A.D.1000 and 1400, the Apaches carved out a home on the south side of the Rocky mountains. As early as 1540, the Apaches confronted Coronado in eastern New Mexico and were called "vaqueros." By the 1600's, they were also living in Arizona. Between 1656 and 1675, the Apaches continuously raided Spanish Settlers and Pueblo Indians in what is now known as New Mexico. In 1680, their population was approximately 5000. In 1692, the Spaniards reconquered New Mexico and the Apaches were starting to make enemies. In 1723 the Comanche defeated the

18. DOE-Fossil Energy: Native American Tribes In New Mexico, Utah To Join DOE's Oil
Jicarilla apache tribe in New Mexico, and the Ute Indian tribe in Utah will be partof two new projects to be added to the Energy Department's native american
U.S. Department of Energy
Issued on May 18, 2000
Native American Tribes in New Mexico, Utah to Join
Energy Department's Oil Technology Program
Two Native American tribes - both with large tracts of virtually unexplored land that could hold millions of barrels of crude oil - will join a U.S. Department of Energy program to apply high-tech innovations to help locate these energy resources.
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about DOE's
Native Tribes Initiative

U.S. Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson announced today that the Jicarilla Apache Tribe in New Mexico, and the Ute Indian Tribe in Utah will be part of two new projects to be added to the Energy Department's Native American oil technology assistance program. The department will provide a total of $695,000 to the projects. "Our goal is to provide tools for Native Americans to develop and manage their mineral resources by providing them access to the latest technological innovations," Richardson said. "This effort can return economic dividends to the tribes at the same time it helps to strengthen our country's energy security." The New Mexico Project In the New Mexico project, Advanced Resources International, headquartered in Denver, will work with the Jicarilla Apache Tribe. The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation in north-central New Mexico has a rich history of oil and gas production, however, most of the producing wells have been drilled in the southern half of the Reservation. The unexplored northern part holds significant potential for future oil production because it lies in the same geologic trend as oil-producing fields surrounding the Reservation.

19. Office Of Native American Programs
OKLAHOMA, apache tribe, OK95B128002, 0, 20, 0, 0, 30Apr-1991. OKLAHOMA, apache tribe,OK95B128003, 0, 10, 0, 0, 30-Nov-1990. OKLAHOMA, apache tribe, OK95B128010, 0, 0,0, 37, NULL!
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OFFICE TRIBE PROJECT LR MH TK DEV DOFA OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1982 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Jun-1981 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Oct-1981 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Apr-1982 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1979 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Oct-1979 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Sep-1982 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Dec-1980 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Sep-1979 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Aug-1982 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1984 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Jun-1984 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1986 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Nov-1984 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Jul-1984 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Sep-1987 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Aug-1986 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-May-1987 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1989 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Nov-1989 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Mar-1990 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Dec-1990 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Jul-1992 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Jul-1995 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Dec-1993 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Nov-1995 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 30-Nov-1996 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee 31-Jan-1995 OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee #NULL!

20. Office Of Native American Programs
OKLAHOMA, apache tribe, KiowaComanche-apache-Fort Sill apache, OK, +. OKLAHOMA,Fort Sill apache tribe, Kiowa-Comanche-apache-Fort Sill apache, OK, +.
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OFFICE TRIBE STA OLAP OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee OK OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee Absentee Shawnee-Citizens Band Pottawatomi OK OKLAHOMA Absentee-Shawnee Balance-Lincoln County OK OKLAHOMA Alabama-Coushatta Alabama and Coushatta Reservation, TX TX OKLAHOMA Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town Creek TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Apache Choctaw, LA (state) Apache Choctaw TDSA, LA (state) LA OKLAHOMA Apache Tribe Kiowa-Comanche-Apache-Fort Sill Apache OK OKLAHOMA Caddo Tribe Caddo-Wichita-Delaware TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Cherokee Nation Cherokee TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes Cheyenne-Arapaho TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Chickasaw Chickasaw TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Chitimacha Tribe Chitimacha Reservation, LA LA OKLAHOMA Choctaw Nation Choctaw TJSA, OK OK OKLAHOMA Citizen Band Potawatomi Tribe Absentee Shawnee-Citizens Band Pottawat OK OKLAHOMA Clifton Choctaw, LA (state) Clifton Choctaw TDSA, LA (state) LA OKLAHOMA Comanche Tribe Kiowa-Comanche-Apache-Fort Sill Apache OK OKLAHOMA Coushatta Tribe Coushatta Reservation, LA LA OKLAHOMA Delaware Tribe Caddo-Wichita-Delaware TJSA, OK

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