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  1. The Native American Sun Dance Religion and Ceremony: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History)
  2. Native North American Religious Traditions: Dancing for Life by Jordan Paper, 2006-11-30
  3. Encyclopedia of Native American Religions: An Introduction (Facts on File Library of American History) by Arlene B. Hirschfelder, Paulette Molin, 1999-12
  4. Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions by National Museum of the American Indian (U. S.), 1993-03
  5. Peyotism and the Native American Church: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History) by Phillip M. White, 2000-09-30
  6. Native American Healing by Howard Bad Hand, 2001-08-31
  7. Appropriation of Native American Spirituality (Continuum Advances in Religious Studies) by Suzanne Owen, 2009-02-21
  8. The Spirit World (American Indians)
  9. Circle Of Life: Traditional Teachings Of Native American Elders by James David Audlin, 2004-11
  10. Prophets of the Great Spirit: Native American Revitalization Movements in Eastern North America by Alfred Cave, 2006-06-01
  11. Spirits of the Plains (Library of Native Peoples) by Thomas E. Mails, 1997-04-01
  12. Hopi Snake Ceremonies/Revised by Jesse Walter Fewkes, 2001-04-01
  13. Native American Mythology by Page Bryant, 1991-07
  14. An Eliadean Interpretation of Frank G. Speck's Account of the Cherokee Booger Dance (Native American Studies, 14) by William D. Powers, 2003-10

1. Indigenous Peoples Of New Mexico
Provides links to sites involving the history of the native peoples of New Mexico.Category Regional North America History native americans...... Ceremony Apache Female Puberty ceremonies Through Apache Tribal Indian Ceremonialnative american Images Casa Navajo Nation religion Navajo Creation Ceremony
Indigenous Peoples of New Mexico Chaco Canyon
The Past
Folsom, Clovis Points
and information about PaleoIndian points in NM. Pueblo Bonito.
Chaco Canyon.

The Anasazi Emergence into the Cyber World
Casa Rinconada
1995 Site Guide in Chaco Canyon.
Anasazi Pueblos and Kivas
Anasazi Images

Anasazi Site Planning:
Historic Precedents, Modern Constructs, and Multi-cultural Dynamics The Great Kiva in Chaco Canyon.
Anasazi System of Roads
Prehistoric People of the Desert Southwest Evaluation Models of Chaco Indian Ruins in the Four coners Area Sandals of the Anasazi Anasazi Country Road Trip Great House Masony Mysteries of Chaco - The Aerial Prespective Anasazi Diaspora Navajo Myth Aztec Monument, Northern San Juan Basin. Chaco Canyon Picture Gallery Anasazi Archaeology at Mesa Verde The Mogollon Mibres Mimbres Archaeology The Mogollon ... Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument and Prehistoric Peoples of the Desert Southwest Centuries of Zuni Agriculture The legendary walls of Acoma Acoma and Zuni Pottery New Mexico's Pueblo Indians - offers history

2. Religious Movements Homepage Native American Religion
origins of contemporary native american religion, and that of to embrace ceremonies or portions of ceremonies that provided power injustice to the indigenous peoples of North America.

3. Native American Authors - Teacher Resources
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY religion DEPARTMENT Note Some texts are buried deep in earchives. If title link does not work, click source. of north american indigenous peoples (native Nations), with extensive Navajo religion A Sacred Way of Life. Overview of traditional Navajo views on sacred land ceremonies of
Native American Authors - Teacher Resources
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Native American Author Page. You'll find biography, bibliography, lesson plans, online etexts and critical reviews of selected authors whose works are taught in the public schools or at the university level. Literature includes both adult and juvenile. For general information, see Native Americans - Internet Resources
The ISLMC is a preview site for librarians, teachers, students and parents. You can search this site, use an index or sitemap . Check your local public or school library to obtain titles. You'll find a good selection for purchase at . Page revised 1/22/00.
General Sites


Unit/Lesson Plans

Paula Gunn Allen
Ray Young Bear
General Sites
Using Literature by American Indians and Alaska Natives in Secondary Schools. ERIC Digest ERIC document ED348201
Erasing Native American Stereotypes Criteria for evaluation of materials; from Smithsonian Institution, Anthropology Outreach Office Selective Bibliography and Guide for "I"Is Not for Indian : The Portrayal of Native Americans in Books for Young People From; Discusses selection of materials

origins of contemporary native american religion, and that of to embrace ceremonies or portions of ceremonies that provided power injustice to the indigenous peoples of North America.
TO BE OF THE MOTHER TRIBE When I lay down this morning, I found myself on top of a high hill, standing behind a woman with long black hair. We were looking over a huge green meadow in the valley. It was so awesome, I felt like I was going to fall right off the hill. Simultaneously, all the way across the country, my friend Michele who has long black hair and is of Candian Huron descent had a vision of an Indian Guide and this is what he said: It is not blood that makes an Indian. It is the soul.
Too many with little soul and no vision walk in our skin.
Too many with fire of Indian blood walk ignored.
Do not say I am Apache or Kickapoo.
Say I am of the Mother Tribe
This is the pain of our children.
To return from the stars without a home or country
A tribe lost returns scattered in the wind.

5. Indigenous Peoples Of NM Links
Four Corners Post Card Origin, history, religion, culture, and ceremonies ofthe native american Indians of the Four Corners Region.
Indigenous Peoples of New Mexico
The Past
Pueblo Bonito.

Chaco Canyon.

Chaco Canyon National Monument

The Anasazi Emergence into the Cyber World
Casa Rinconada
1995 Site Guide in Chaco Canyon.
Anasazi Site Planning:
Historic Precedents, Modern Constructs, and Multi-cultural Dynamics
The Great Kiva in Chaco Canyon.
Anasazi System of Roads
Prehistoric People of the Desert Southwest Evaluation Models of Chaco Indian Ruins in the Four coners Area Agriculture Societies of the SW United States Anasazi Tasholiiwe - A game of the ancient Anasazi Sandals of the Anasazi Anasazi Country Road Trip Great House Masony Mysteries of Chaco - The Aerial Prespective Chaco Canyon National Monument has photos and information Aztec Monument, Northern San Juan Basin. Bandelier National Monument. Anasazi Archaeology at Mesa Verde The Mogollon Mibres Mimbres Archaeology The Mogollon ... Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument Centuries of Zuni Agriculture The legendary walls of Acoma Virtual Reality Native American Architecture. Acoma and Zuni Pottery Tracing the Art of Pueblo Pottery Petroglyph Park American Encounters Exhibits at the Smithsonian

6. Mythology's Mythinglinks: Indigenous Peoples Of North America -- Pueblo & Athaba
The polytheistic religion of the Through numerous sacred ceremonies, dances, songs,and enactments to Apache, Navajo, and other native american websites, books
28 August 2002 - 13 November 2002:
this page is still a work-in-progress many links remain unannotated please be patient! MYTH*ING LINKS
Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D.
Department of Mythological Studies

Pacifica Graduate Institute
From the Smithsonian at: This is a brief page for Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo specialists about the Peabody Museum Collection of Ethnological sound recordings, 1890s-1910s. These include: The first documented use of mechanical recording equipment for ethnological research was by Jesse Walter Fewkes, an anthropologist affiliated with the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of Harvard University.... He took the device on subsequent expeditions among the Zuni and Hopi Indians of Arizona in 1890 and 1891 and published an influential series of articles on his work, beginning with "On the Use of the Phonograph in the Study of the Languages of American Indians," in Science (Ql.S35), v. 15, May 2, 1890, p. 267-69.... The collection also contains...recordings made by Washington Matthews approximately ten years earlier among the Navaho. The 264 wax cylinders have been duplicated on tape (AFS 14,737-14,754) and are described in notes and a concordance. The Peabody Museum has received tapes of the collection through exchange.... THE PUEBLO PEOPLES
Pueblo Villages in New Mexico

in life cycle ceremonies (births, deaths, marriages, puberty rites) and religion. NATIVEAMERICA. indigenous peoples of the Americas to North american natives.
Music M5337
World Music
Texas Tech University School of Music
Summer Session I 2002
About M5337 Schedule Reserves The Journal ... Research Project Topic 9: NATIVE AMERICA AND NATIVE AUSTRALIA Background Information: This is the first time in our semester when we have intentionally discussed two widely separated ethnic musics in the context of one unit. In past sections, we have been interested in linking related music styles: by similar musical traits, by historical connections, and/or by geographic proximity. In the case of Native peoples from America and Australia, we are exploring a different kind of connection: one which results from similar but separate social, political, and historical developments. The two ethnic groups under discussion are both examples of sophisticated, nature-oriented societies, with a strong connection to tradition, ancestors, and orality, who have been suppressed, relocated, devalued, or against whom genocide has been practiced, by colonial settlers. In both cases, rooted indigenous cultures with very long musical traditions were confronted by aggressive colonialism, whose attitude toward native peoples ranged from reluctant tolerance to quite intentional, explicit, and brutal attempts at genocide: the wiping out of whole peoples. As a result, when we discuss these two parallel musical traditions, we are going to pay particular attention to ways in which these musicians from these two cultures, after such a history, are attempting to use music as a means of reconstructing ethnic identity. In the modern period, after the break in their musical traditions which resulted from colonialism, Native American and Native Australian musicians have had to ask themselves very hard questions: what is "our" music? what was "our" music? do we want to return as close as we can to the old styles? do we want to draw from modern elements? how will we combine these elements? This is not the ONLY information or insight to be gleaned from these two historical situations, but it is material which in these cases is very complex and rich.

8. Taino Forum #51 - Washington State GOP Votes To Eliminate Tribal Governments
religion and ceremonies, ethnic and group names native american archaeology, ethnology,art, language. History of Contact between native peoples and Europeans.
Note that we are in a learning process, if you think something is incorrect, let us know. We are going by what information available to us. If you have comments, suggested topics, articles, or websites of interest, or wish to receive the FORUM please e-mail
Taino ti! Resources Poems Artwork Photos ... E Biaraku Taino Forum #52 1. Dead Languages? 2. The Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois 3. Juan Luis Guerra's Album - "Areito" 4. New Taino websites Dead Languages? Have you ever wondered how much influence that the indigenous people of the Americas have had on the cultures with which they came in contact after 1492? According to Native American Professor Jack D. Forbes (Powhatan), "As many as 5,000 Native American words are said to be in use in the Americas in several dialects of Spanish and there has been considerable acknowledgment, and study, of this phenomenon in Latin America. Similarly, in Brazil the large number of native words used in Luso-Brazilian speech is recognized and analyzed. In North America little attention has been given to the native impact on English." At least 1,000 to 1,500 Native American words are in use in dialects of English and "there are likely hundreds more still left to be identified and verified." There are especially many words dealing with plants, herbs, drugs, insects, and fauna. These findings were made in a study of American words by the author and comprise lists of items which include the following:

9. Native American Studies, UMOmana, Course Offerings
Study of the sacred stories, symbols, ceremonies, and belief systems of selectedNative american peoples, representing the religion 3030 Shamanism
Native American Studies Courses Native American Studies 1100 Introduction to Native American Studies: Anthropology 3220 - Peoples and Culture of Native North America
A survey of the native peoples and cultures of North America, past and present. Topics covered include: economics, religion, social organization, kinship, political organization, material culture, gender and culture change through time. Prerequ.: sophomore or above with one three-hour introductory social science course, or permission of instructor. Anthropology 4220/8226 - Archaeology of North America: Utilizing the archaeological record, this course explores more than 20,000 years of Native American culture and lifeways in NOrth America, from Paleo-Indian big game hunters to complex, agricultural socieities, anthropoligical theories and methods of study. Prereq: For ANTH 4220: ANTH 1050 or 4210. For ANTH 8226, permission of instructor. Anthropology 4260 - Topics in Ethnology: Ethnomedicines of the Americas and Native Peoples and Cultures of the Great Plains. Anthropology 4920/8926 - Seminar in Anthropolgical Problems: Asphalt Rez and Native Americans and Health.

10. North American Independent Indigenous Community
of native american culture, religion, traditions and NAIIC shall participate in nativeamerican cultural and religous celebrations and ceremonies, will support
N.A.I.I.C. North American Independent Indigenous Community WHO WE ARE native,american,community,indigenous,peoples,education,good,red,road We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(C)3 organization consisting of Native American, N.A.-mixed blood peoples, and others who simply wish to follow our traditions and live with us. We honor the traditions of all people, as we are an intertribal community. We are open to Native Americans, to mixed bloods, and to non-Indians who wish to associate with us. THE DREAM What we are truly trying to create is a space where many of us can be ourselves, be Native Americans, be of our own tribes while away from them, and try to help each other. There are as many traditions as there are People, and we will always face the problems of our different customs. This is not, however, a "come one-come all" community; it is a community which allows N.A. Peoples, as well as those who wish to associate with us, to be together in mutual support. There are no restrictions as to who is or is not allowed. Just that the N.A. Peoples have a place to live together if they wish, away from the restrictions of mainstream society. There is no rent; no fees to join or to belong. You provide your own housing and pay your own utilities. Other than that, the only requirement is that residents work together for the benefit of the community. Since there are many facets to Native Americans, then there must be many facets to N.A. culture. But overall, there is a certain specific commonality with us that is a desire to follow a spiritual path that honors Mother Earth and respects the traditions of all people. Traditions of course vary between families, clans, and tribes/nations. Our hope is to allow each person's tradition to be honored. Those of us who are Dineh will follow those ways; the Hopi and the Zuni will follow their own ways. The ways of each individual are to be learned by that individual through the teachings of his/her own Elders. We hope to have various Elders come live with and teach those in the communities who wish to learn.

11. Native American Studies UCSC Reference Guide Viewport
Primary focus of this guide is Indians of North America the indigenous peoplesof the religion/ceremonies, Encyclopedia of native american religions, Ref E98
List of Topics UCSC Libraries Native American
This guide is designed to help you do research on social, cultural, political, economic, literary, and historical topics related to Native Americans, or American Indians. Primary focus of this guide is Indians of North America - the indigenous peoples of the contiguous United States, Canada and Alaska. Sources listed below represent a sampling of the library's collection. Note that the cross-disciplinary nature of Native American studies means that relevant titles are often dispersed throughout the collection. Background Info
Taking a few minutes to read about your topic in a specialized encyclopedia, dictionary or handbook may be one of the most effective and time saving research tips in this guide. These can help you define unfamiliar terms, locate quick biographical information, verify dates and events. Encyclopedia articles are often followed by carefully selected bibliographies or lists of references to other works, useful items to have as you begin looking for additional information. The following are located on the Reference shelves behind the Reference Desk area. If you'd like learn more about research and online resources stop by the Reference Desk, or take a

12. NativeWeb Resources: Religion & Spirituality
coverage of native american and indigenous news. Books Documenting native americanreligion Mythology. for gathering food, for healings and for ceremonies.
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    American Indian Church - Official Site Sioux US - West
    Originally established to promote respect among native people for their own traditions, the American Indian Church has blossomed into an all-inclusive community. Also known as The Gathering the AIC is both a church and a way of life, honoring the sacredness of each human being while recognizing our connection and accountability to all things.
    Ayibobo to the Vodoun Culture
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    Biaraku - First People of a Sacred Place Taino
    Dedicated to promote and expand cultural awareness of ancient and modern Taino spirituality, culture and lifestyle.
    More sites on

    13. Indigenous Peoples Of North Central America Videotapes In The
    and culture of the native americans who on the Incas of the South american Andes,covering achievements, inventions, political struggles, religion and mythology

    14. NATIVE-L (July 1993): Intl. Year Of Indigenous Nations
    the many issues american Indians face when it comes to their freedom of religion.Because most native american religions and ceremonies hold certain
    Intl. Year of Indigenous Nations
    Human Rights Coordinator
    Fri, 30 Jul 1993 14:09:00 PDT Fri Jul 30 14:03:37 1993
    Glenn H. Welker 2822 Atlanta Drive Silver Spring, MD 20906
    Home: (301) 949-1639 Work: (301) 320-7214 Fax: (301) 320-7518
    TO: Whom It May Concern
    SUBJECT: 1993 - International Year of Indigenous Nations
    Tappan, NY ICC) - The following statement was produced during
    the opening of the International Year of the World's Indigenous
    Peoples at the United Nations on December 10, 1992. These statements were agreed to by Indigenous leaders from all parts of the world as statements of their interests and concerns "Gucumatz, Condor, Father Sun, Eagle, Anahuac, Mother Earth" Invoking the spirits of our ancestors and acting in our tradition of resistance in the defense of Mother Earth

    15. Indigenous Peoples: Newspaper, Magazine And Web Articles
    and their right to practice their religion. have documented harassment of native AmericanIndians attempting to family members or to attend tribal ceremonies.
    Home International Boundary NAFTA Environment ...
    Indigenous Peoples: Newspaper Articles
    Jerry Kammer, Tribal lands at border turned into 'war zone, ' San Diego Union Tribune, June 16, 2002.

    The author details damage at the Tohono O'odham Reservation in Arizona caused by immigrant and narcotics smugglers who have been driven away from San Diego, El Paso and Nogales. Available on Lexis and Westlaw and at:
    Chet Barfield, Baja Indians seek help with border documents , San Diego Union Tribune, January 17, 2002.
    Discussion of efforts by the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians and the Kumeyaay border task force to obtain border-crossing documents for members in Baja California. Available on Lexis and Westlaw and at:
    Stephanie Innes, Tribe hopes citizenship to stretch across border , Arizona Republic, June 18, 2000, at B6 Describes Tohono O’odham efforts to obtain U.S. citizenship for members of their tribe residing in Mexico. Available on Westlaw. Stephanie Innes

    am not speaking of skin color or religion. indigenous Theatre Center for native AmericanStudies Center Cherokee Companion The Seven ceremonies Cherokee Moons
    O THRU Z - PAGE 2
    Mitakuye oyasin! We are all related! It isn't too late. We still have time to recreate and change the value system of the present. We must! Survival will depend on it. Our Earth is our original mother. She is in deep labor now. There will be a new birth soon! The old value system will suffer and die. It cannot survive as our mother earth strains under the pressure put on her. She will not let man kill her. The First Nation's Peoples had a value system. There were only four commandments from the Great Spirits: 1.Respect Mother Earth

    17. DQ University [catalog :: Indigenous Studies]
    from one generation to the next through language and ceremonies. (UC) IS 251 A B (3 units) native american PHILOSOPHY AND religion 48 Lecture
    2001-2002 Online Catalog Indigenous Studies home online catalog academic programs :: indigenous studies
    In the area of Indigenous Studies, D-Q University Offers an Associate of Arts Degree. This program is designed to meet the special needs of Native peoples as well as to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university.
    To earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Indigenous Studies, all students are required to complete an Indigenous Studies core of 18 units (see the following paragraphs for more details), and the graduation requirements of D-Q University.
    Associate of Arts Degree in Indigenous Studies
    The Indigenous Studies concentration major is designed to affect the lives of Indigenous peoples as directly as possible. In order to accomplish this, the major prepares persons:
  • To work with Indigenous peoples as community service personnel, i.e. teachers and administrators. To understand Indigenous ethics, values, and problems.
  • 18. Penn College Library: Events: National Native American Heritage Month
    to or affected the indigenous peoples of North nature symbols, stories, and ceremoniesLakeThom native american religion in Early America Designed for students
    Stereotypes Selected Penn College Library Resources*
    • Team spirits : the Native American mascots controversy
      edited by C. Richard King and Charles Fruehling Springwood
      GV714.5 .K56 2001 LRC-CIRC
      Dancing at halftime : sports and the controversy over American Indian mascots
      By Carol Spindel
      In whose honor? [videorecording]
      Written and produced by Jay Rosenstein.
      E98 .E85 I52 1997 LRC-MEDIA
      Fantasies of the master race : literature, cinema and the colonization of American Indians
      By Ward Churchill LRC-CIRC Native Americas : Akwe:kon's journal of indigenous issues. Ithaca, N.Y. : Akwe:kon Press, American Indian Program, Cornell University, c1995- Current frequency: Quarterly General note: "Akwe:kon" is a Mohawk word meaning, "all of us." Location: PERIODICAL Library Holdings: Main Library/Paper: V.12- (1995-)

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    from the calm celebration of native american culture amidst at the oppression ofnative americans which special insights into tribal ceremonies or religion.
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    20. American Religions
    on interaction between the Russian church native american cultures during NavajoReligion A Sacred Way of Life. views on sacred land ceremonies of blessing
    Home Academic Sites American Studies Ancient Near East ... What's New?
    Note: Some texts are buried deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source. General Resources The American Religious Experience Critically acclaimed project for publication of electronic mss. in American religions has sections on regional ethnic women 's studies, American religious history Journal of Southern Religion (Briane Turley, West Virginia U). Teacher Serve Native Americans General Index of Native American Resources on the Internet Karen Strom's comprehensive catalog of websites includes indices devoted to culture history archaeology Native American Anthology This chapter of Richard Hooker's collaborative World Cultures Anthology includes native American stories of creation , the origin of death Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act American Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments of 1994 Native American Indian Resources Paula Giese's award-winning graphic rich meta-site provides more than 300 web pages linked to 500+ websites of north American indigenous peoples ( Native Nations ), with extensive

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