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  1. Certain Antiquities of the Florida West-Coast by Clarence b. Moore, 2010-05-25
  2. Indian Wars by Bill Yenne, 2010-10-22
  3. The River People by Kristen N. Bailey, 2009-11-11
  4. House of Rain: Tracking a Vanished Civilization Across the American Southwest by Craig Childs, 2007-02-22

1. Marilee's Native Americans Resource
native americans AND THE FRONTIER west LINKS TO usEFUL SITES foreign travelers in the us from the 1820s through 1840s. A history of the NW coast. Yellowstone western Heritage
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Creation stories teach that Native Americans have been where they are since the world was created. It is also thought that First Americans migrated from Siberia over the Bering Strait about 14,000 years ago, or perhaps even earlier. The land bridge was dry ground for several thousand years before the sea level rose again and stopped migration. The hunters would have followed the migrating herds of large mammals as they moved south. As the glaciers melted, the First Americans spread to the North American coasts and across the entire continent. Native Americans adapted to the climates and terrains in which they lived and used whatever natural resources were available. The arrival of the Europeans in the 1500's began a change in the lives of the Indian people that continued through the next centuries. Sometimes the changes were good. The horses brought by the Spanish made bison hunting much easier and safer. But Vikings, Spanish, English and French explorers, colonists and missionaries spread diseases, made slaves of the people, forced relocations, claimed ownership of natural resources and land, and tried to stamp out the native cultures. Some of the Indian people survived, but not without making drastic changes in their life styles.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The United States of America U.S.A. ) (also referred to as the United States , the U.S. America , or (outside its borders) the States ), is a federal republic in North America with a strong democratic tradition. The US shares land borders with Canada in the north and Mexico in the south and shares a marine border with Russia in the west. Established in as a collection of break-away English colonies, the United States has since eclipsed its mother nation and most other nations in terms of relative economic political and military power and - arguably - cultural importance, to the point that it is being accused of economic, political, military and cultural

3. The American West - History - Native Americans
native americans of the American west General facts about the Indians of North America The first settlers of Northamerica came to the continent about 30.000 years ago, during the last ice age, via the landbrigde from Russia to Alaska. different nature conditions the coast, desert lands and the Valley) covers the modern us States Nevada, Utah, Arizona,
Native Americans Californian Region Southwest
Great Plains ... Great Basin
Native Americans of the American West General facts about the Indians of North America The first settlers of Northamerica came to the continent about 30.000 years ago, during the last ice age, via the landbrigde from Russia to Alaska. They slowly moved south-eastwards, attracted by the warmer climate and forced by further settlers. By the end of the ice age, the large glaciers melted and Alaska could not be reached by other settlers anymore.
When the North American continent was discovered 1492, it was settled by over 1 Million Indians belonging to over 500 tribes. A tribe consisted of 12 up to 1000 people. Nearly all tribes spoke different languages and more than 30 language families were counted. One of the most famous is the Athapascan language family, spoken by the Navajo and Apache. Communication between these tribes was not easy. Some tribes developed a hand sign language, especially typical of the Indians of the great plains, where each tribe had its own sign to identify the members.

4. Caribbean Connection Holiday Beach Resorts & Hotels Honeymoon & Wedding
Comprehensive guide to the islands of the Caribbean Sea.Category Regional Caribbean Travel and Tourism Travel Guides...... or from the earliest Amerindian settlers (cousins of the 'native americans' ofthe us). its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their
Cyber Islands Hopper Antigua Bahamas Barbados Bermuda B.V.I. Cayman Islands Cuba Curacao Dominica Dominican Rep Grenada Grenadines Guadeloupe Haiti Jamaica Martinique Puerto Rico St Lucia St Kitts St Vincent Tobago Trinidad he number one vacation paradise . An abundance of choice for travellers. Here you'll find hidden treasures of beauty and interest. Discover the Caribbean Sea and have fun surfing and plan your best vacation ever. Featuring:- Caribbean Islands Direct Booking On Line: Resorts Hotels Apartments ... Villas , Restaurants, Island Cruises, Honeymoon Car Rentals , Water Activities, Off Shore Banking Paradise, Tax Free Shopping , Sport, Wedding, Daily Weather Report , and so much more... What better a place to relax the body, arouse the mind, and recapture life's spirit.
Sleep in the comfort of a tropical night. Wake to the warm Caribbean sun. Palms whisper and coves beckon. Languid sands of pink and white stretch along the grean-blue

5. Native Americans Of The Northwest Coast
of the native americans of the Northwest coast, visit http// westlake. k12. oh. us/ hilliard/ 3rdgrade/ brown/ org/ cmnh/ exhibits/ north south- east- west/ tlingit/ index.
Native Americans of the Northwest Coast
Donna Ahrens,
Instructional Technology Teacher
McNair School
The Native Americans of the Northwest Coast are members of many great Nations, and they have many things in common. We will explore their similarities with this web-bit.
  • The Northwest Coastal areas begin with the coast of northern California and continue north along the coast to the state of Alaska. To get a better idea of the area, look at a map or visit to see an illustration of the area.
      Draw your own map to show the areas where the Northwest Coastal people live.

    To learn about the types of housing the Northwest Coastal people live in, visit two very interesting sites; and
    • Tell at least 3 facts about the Northwest Coastal houses. How are the houses different from our houses? How are they like our houses? Do you think you would like to live in a Northwest Coastal Native American's house? Why?

    The climate of the Northwest Coastal area is different than the climate we have in Missouri. Go to
  • 6. Native Americans And The Environment: Northwest Coast
    One page review of the us government's position on justice and spiritual concernsfor native americans as they Whales and west coast natives A description of
    Northwest Coast
    A Fact Sheet on Makah Whaling
    (Makan Whaling Commission, July 21. Archive: NAE, 1998). An Open Letter to the Public from the President of the Makah Whaling Commission about the Hunt
    A very good discussion of why whaling is still important for the Makah. (Keith Johnson, Seattle Times, August 23 (Op-ed page). Archive: NAE, 1998). British Columbia Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
    The current treaty negotiations occupy a large portion of this site. Chehalis Department of Natural Resources
    Very short. (1996). Chehalis Tribal Water Resources Department
    Short description. (1996). Chief Seattle (1786 - 1866)
    Includes the most authentic transcription of Chief Seattle's famous 1854 speech, considered "one of the greatest statements ever made concerning the relationship between a people and the earth." (Suquamish Tribe). Chief Seattle's Reply
    Chief Seattle's famous speech. However, this version came into existence around 1972 and bears little resemblance to Chief Seattle's original intentions when he gave his speech before the Governor of Washington Territory. (Archive: NAE). Columbia and Snake River Facts
    Home For The Salmon Campaign. (Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, 1998).

    7. All Links: Native Americans And The Environment
    native americans and the Environment Algonquin Band Works to Protect Forests forestry practices along the west coast of Vancouver Island, BC, has Platform The Greenprogram. The us Greens (related to the Green
    Native Americans and the Environment
    All Links
    Aboriginal Fisheries Management in Canada
    The Deparment of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada, discusses native fishing in its Overview of Fisheries Management.
    Aboriginal Law and Legislation Online
    Bill Henderson has a great set of web pages, including one on aboriginal law and a more general page (which can be accessed from our general resources page).
    cf. Sparrow v. The Queen (1990)
    cf. also The Royal Proclamation of 1763
    cf. also R. v. Howard (1994)
    cf. also St. Catherine's Milling and Lumber Co. v. The Queen (1888)
    Via Bill Henderson's Web Pages
    Aboriginal Overkill and Native Burning: Implications for Modern Ecosystem Management
    Discusses the importance of American Indian burning techniques, and the supposed overkilling of certain game animals, for how scientists think about ecosystems and their stability.
    Alaska Department of Fish and Game Technical Abstracts on Subsistence
    The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Subsistence Division, provides a list of abstracts of its technical papers on subsistence hunting and fishing. Many address native communities. They also provide detailed information about the commercial fishery, via their home page.
    Via Alaska Department of Fish and Game
    Algonquin Band Works to Protect Forests
    The Algonquin of Lac Barrihre in Quebec have been trying for many years to prevent destructive forestry practices, particularly clearcutting, in the forest reserve surrounding their community.

    8. Bill's Aboriginal Links: Canada And US
    Canadian Links us Links. Development ACJ Net Environmental Links west coast EnvironmentalLaw Web Arctic Circle Natural Resources native americans and the
    Canadian Links
    US Links
    Canadian Links
    Assembly of First Nations First Nations Web Site
    First Nations Online
    Resources for Indian Schools: First Nations of Canada ...
    Henderson's Annotated Indian Act
    (180 K)
    Indian Act

    Treaty of 1693
    Nisga'a Treaty AIP (264K)
    and (Highlights)
    Map of Proposed Nisga'a Lands

    BC Treaty Commission Act

    BC Treaty Commission Web Site
    ... Summary Report: Social and Economic Impacts of Claims Settlements in BC or (Full Report - 93K) Eco-Thoughts on Aboriginal Land Issues Aboriginal Rights Coalition (BC) Settlers in Support of Indigenous Sovereignty ... BC First Nations also Directory of Bands and Tribal Councils and Other Organizations Neskonlith (Shuswap Nation) Nisga'a (Schoolnet) Ts'ks'aylaxw First Nation ... Ont. MNR Intent to Impose Two ACF Licences (1996) and Negotiations Continue (1998) Ont. Agrees to Co-Management and Funding for Non-Native Commercial Fishers (1998) Concerns About Ont. MNR Fisheries Management AFS Position: Introduction of Fish Species ... The State of Canada's Forest (1997)
    Note Chapter on Traditional Ecological Knowledge ( Adobe Format) First Nations Forests National Aboriginal Forestry Association First Nation Forestry Program (Can) Canadian Forests Homepage ... Article: A Futures Market in Constitutional Rights?

    9. NativeWeb Home
    Crafts Board (IACB) of the us Department of Eskimo, North west coast, Northern California,Southwest, Plains and sculpture produced by native americans in the, Artisans & Galleries&rid=13

    10. Historic Spanish Point On The West Coast Of Florida In The Osprey, Venice, Saras
    Now is your chance to join us for a Members and volunteers of Gulf coast HeritageAssociation are Morris’ paintings chronicle the native americans who lived
    Spring 2002
    Continuing Our Success - Can We Meet the Challenge?

    By Linda W. Mansperger
    In the museum business, just like so many other industries, success is often measured by growth, be it more visitors, more members, more programs, more exhibits, or any other measurable area of activity. Over the years, Historic Spanish Point has experienced tremendous growth in many ways! For example, before September 11, we were enjoying on average a 10% increase in attendance each year. Visitation is slowing resuming that trend. The number of school children coming to Historic Spanish Point for curriculum-based field trips has grown from around 2,600 in 1996 to over 5,000 children annually. Membership support has also increased from 650 members five years ago to nearly 900 today. Other program activities have expanded tremendously as well, with boat building classes, spring break programs, and specialized tours reaching new audiences every year.
    Our success - capped with Museum Accreditation last summer - has been possible because a quality team of museum professionals, supported by an exceptional corps of volunteers, is dedicating their best energies to Historic Spanish Point. Solid fundraising activities, spearheaded by an equally dedicated Board of Directors, provide the resources for salaries, benefits, and essential supplies and equipment necessary for staff and staff to do their best work.

    11. Chapter Five Notes
    Between the us and Canada is the longest undefended border in the world. SouthwestCanada has marine west coast. Inuit and native americans are main inhabitants
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    SECTION ONE - LANDFORMS OF THE NORTH From Atlantic to Pacific . Between the U.S. and Canada is the longest undefended border in the world. Canada borders three oceans, the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic. It is the second largest country behind Russia. It is made up of ten provinces and three territories. In 1999, Nunavut "our land" was split from the Northwest Territories to be the homeland of the Inuit. Canada's Landforms . Canada is from an Iroquois word meaning "village". The weight of Ice Age glaciers created a large low basin. This is why Canada has more lakes and inland waterways than any other country.
    The Eastern Highlands - Appalachian and Laurentian Highlands are rolling hills and low mountains with forests and deepwater harbors along the rocky coast.
    The St, Lawrence and Great Lakes Lowlands - highly urban area with fertile soil, good transportation, and most of Canada's farms, people, and industries. Niagara Falls is found here.

    12. US Election Preditions
    The native americans always claimed they would return in now has possibly its firstnative American chief So Clinton must take the west coast states, the big

    George W Bush and the 2000 election.

    Will Gore be president?
    The 1996 US Presidential Election -
    An astrological forecast
    The sun makes a perfect sextile to the moon as the polls close in Washington DC, this is an extraordinarily fateful election for America - and the world - destiny calls. The Republican party make a respectable showing, Dole like an old gunfighter strides out to make a fight of it, but it could ruin his health as the superhuman strains of campaigning drain America's oldest ever contender. If his birth time is correct, and there is some debate about this, he could have a tragic end, very likely linked to the breakdown of his health after this campaign. The choice is between Dole's appeal to turn back to a simpler old America - he hates and resists change - and Clinton's 'bridge to the future'. Clinton is a strange amalgamation of an even older America, he has links via his father to the pioneering West Texas mentality and through his mother, I believe, to native American blood. Here are links to an America that existed long ago. The Confederate South and the America of the American tribes with their deep affinity to the land and its ways. The native Americans always claimed they would return in quarter and eighth vestiges, America now has possibly its first native American chief, none other than Bill Clinton!

    13. American Fisheries Society, Native Peoples' Fisheries Section Newsletter
    of Canada in 1987 to the west coast of the us Pacific coast, are being adversely affectedby sudden native americans living on the Olympic Peninsula all along
    The Freshwater Drum
    Native Peoples' Fisheries Section Newsletter
    The American Fisheries Society
    The Cell: Pseudo-nitzschia are large pennate diatoms. Off California, Oregon and Washington at least three species (P.australis, P.pseudodeli-catissima and P.multiseries) appear to be toxic and detection of the toxic species must be done using an electron microscope or tagging with a compound specific for the genetics of the cell.
    R. Horner Distribution: These diatoms are common to most of the world's oceans. Off the US west coast, Pseudo-nitzschia are common from spring to fall but are present in the coastal ocean all year long. History: Pseudo-nitzschia has caused problems from areas as divergent as the Maritime Provinces of Canada in 1987 to the west Coast of the US. The domoic acid produced by some Pseudo-nitzschia species causes neurologic damage and fatalities in humans, marine mammals and seabirds. How Do the Blooms Start? The Juan de Fuca eddy region (cold water) is a site of persistent upwelling (nutrient enrichment) throughout the summer months. Blooms of Pseudo-nitzschia may initiate in this zone. The duration of upwelling and the timing of the first major fall storms are factors believed to influence the levels of toxin that reach coastal razor clam populations.

    14. U.S. History II Notes
    going all the way to the Pacific coast, other times This led to a ranching boomout west. trail and assigned two much larger areas to native americans.
    American History II Syllabus History Links
    American History II
    Notes (The West) The West. As conservative Democratic governments were restored to power in the South, some blacks began to feel that their only hope for achieving equality would be to move west. During the late 1870’s many left the Deep South for places like Kansas. They became known as " Exodusters" after the Old Testament Exodus. You can read the testimony of one of the Exodus leaders, Benjamin Singleton, by clicking here These African-Americans were joined by thousands of whites who migrated westward throughout the second half of the 19 th century. Actually, westward migration had started long before the Civil War. In 1846, Mormons began their famous "trek" from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah. Other trails blazed through the western territory included the Oregon Trail, the California Trail and the Santa Fe Trails. Settlers would follow these trails, sometimes going all the way to the Pacific Coast, other times establishing communities along the way. There were a number of reasons for westward migration. Obviously, the Mormons sought freedom from religious persecution. The discovery of

    15. Nootka Sound
    of their neighbours, they were the only native americans on the pick up our kayaksand provide us with our Trail, also called the wild west coast Trail, was
    Wildwood Adventures Ltd. Your ticket to experience untouched nature! Sea Kayaking Nootka Sound and Hiking the Nootka-Trail Nootka, Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Wakashan branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock. The Nootka proper are a small group on the west coast of Vancouver Island, but the name is also used to refer to the Aht Confederacy, which formerly included more than 20 tribes. Traditional Nootka culture was fundamentally that of the Northwest Coast area; they fished for salmon, lived in long wooden houses, and created elaborate totem poles. In 1991 there were some 4000 Nootka in 15 bands in Canada. The so-called Nootka hats of woven fibre were common among other tribes of this area. With the exception of the Makah and a few of their neighbours, they were the only Native Americans on the Pacific coast who hunted whales. Nootka Sound, inlet of the Pacific Ocean and natural harbor on the west coast of Vancouver Island lying between the mainland and Nootka Island. The mouth of the sound was sighted 1774 by Juan Perez the Spanish explorer. The sound itself was visited by Capt. James Cook 1778, who was the first European to land in that region. John Meares, the British explorer, established a trading post on Nootka Sound in 1778. Its seizure by Spaniards in 1789 became the subject of a controversy between Spain and England over claims in the region. The Nootka

    16. West Indian Manatee (Endangered Species), Wildlife Species Information: U.S. Fis
    the flesh, bones, and hide by native americans and later River National Wildlife Refugeon Florida's west coast, boats are A vital component of the us Fish and
    West Indian manatee, ( Trichechus manatus
    Christopher Columbus was the first European to report seeing a manatee in the New World. To Columbus, and other sailors who had been at sea for a long time, manatees were reminiscent of mermaids the mythical half-fish, half-woman creatures of the ocean. Manatees are not fish, however, but marine mammals. The West Indian or Florida manatee (and sometimes called sea cow) is found primarily along the coast of Florida. Most adult manatees are about 10 feet long and weigh 800 to 1,200 pounds, although some larger than 12 feet and weighing as much as 3,500 pounds have been recorded. These "gentle giants" have a tough, wrinkled brown-to-gray skin that is continuously being sloughed off. Hair is distributed sparsely over the body. With stiff whiskers around its mouth, the manatee's face looks like a walrus without tusks. The manatee maneuvers through the water moving its paddle- like tail up and down and steering with its flippers. It is very agile for such a large animal, sometimes somer-saulting and doing barrel rolls in the water. The manatee often rests suspended just below the water's surface with only the snout above water. It feeds underwater, but must surface periodically to breath. Although the manatee can remain underwater for as long as 12 minutes, the average time is 4 1/2 minutes.

    17. Asian Americans: The Movement & The Moment
    for ethnic studies throughout the us; movements of African americans, native americans,Puerto Ricans, and According to the book's west coast editors, Glenn
    Asian Americans: the Movement and the Moment Home Tell Me More Table of Contents Contributors Information UCLA Publishes Asian Americans: The Movement and the Moment
    A History through Word and Image 1965-2001 The Movement and the Moment, edited by Steve Louie and Glenn K. Omatsu, is a 350-page illustratedoversized book that is a:
    • collective community history through word and image (25 writers, 50 artists/photographers) encyclopedia of visual resource materials (over 430 images) examination of Asian American and U.S. history important addition to labor, comparative ethnic and racial, and American social history
    The 25 writers in the book include journalists, scholars, community activists.
    The Movement and the Moment chronicles the tumultuous decades of the Asian American experience in relation to other U.S. minorities and to societal events and movements worldwide, including: Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement, the assassination of John Kennedy, the lifting of immigration laws restricting Asians; socialist experiments in China, Cuba, and Vietnam, the Free Speech Movement at U.C. Berkeley; the Vietnam War; the movement for ethnic studies throughout the U.S.; movements of African Americans, Native Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Chicanos; women and gay liberation movements, and Asian American literary and cultural trends from New York to Los Angeles.

    18. NativeWeb Home
    Potawatomi Studio, Potawatomi, us Central, 11. A good place to learn the languageof the Nimíipuu native americans (Nez Perce (west coast Vancouver Island).

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    Guarani Renda Guarani South America
    Site about Guarani language. Phonology, grammar and literature. For now, written just in spanish and guarani.
    Tribal Health Connections Navajo US - Southwest
    A gateway to the best free health information on the Internet, with a focus on Native health issues, and issues important to the Navajos and other southwestern tribes.
    World Summit of Indigenous Entrepreneurs Canada
    The Institute for Leadership Development, a United Nations Global Partnership Institute, along with the Aboriginal Banking Division at Bank of Montreal, as well as other distinguished United Nations affiliate programmes, we will be holding the first ever World Summit of Indigenous Entrepreneurs (WSIE) in honour of the United Nations Decade of the World's Indigenous People, which is to take place from May 26 - 28, 2003 at the BMO Financial Group Institute for Learning.
    John Tenasco's Home Page Algonquin Canada - Eastern
    This site profiles the works of John Tenasco. John paints in oil and acrylic producing works with Aboriginal content in as many ways possible.
  • 19. Roads Of Life
    source on the history of the us and its me to experience the culture of native americans,and America Then I visited the west coast, where my concentration was
    Roads of Life, My Fischlowitz Travel Fellowship Experience
    by Lora Ivanova
    A single phone call, seven months ago, made me one of the happiest people on Earth – I was one of the two recipients of the Fischlowitz Travel Fellowship for international students. My proposal was to research the relationship between culture and the environment through topics in theater and film in the United States. Comparing the East and the West, urban and rural settings, I wanted to explore the interaction between international influences, established local traditions and the surroundings. I would make a documentary about my investigation and impressions as I traveled around the country. I didn’t fully conceive the complex net of arrangements and tools I would need to make my idea a reality, nor the impact this trip would have on my life. I was excited about the adventure. Now past, my two months of travel evoke crisp memories from a one of a kind experience. I started my trip at the East Coast, an unquestionable Mecca for theatre. I saw various performances, including The Lion King, Blue Man Group, Streb GO!, and India Ink. I met with actors, dancers, magicians, producers, designers, directors, and was amazed by the variety of nationalities and backgrounds building the performing scene. The closer geographic proximity to European cultures and travelers from different countries clearly influenced the variety of topics and styles.
    The East Coast was also a great source on the history of the US and its founding principles. After Sept. 11, access to certain public spaces was highly limited, which obstructed my appreciation of life in the Sates. My visits to museums and a powwow (a festive meeting of Native American tribes), however, allowed me to experience the culture of Native Americans, and America through the years.

    20. Native Americans
    Come journey with us to meet the first settlers of Lakota of the Plains native Americansof the Plains Northwest) Conical or Tipi (Great Basin west coast).
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    Come journey with us to meet the first settlers of our country. Here you will learn about their homes, culture and history. We hope you enjoy your visit and come away with a better appreciation of their contributions to our modern day society. Cultures Northwest Culture Northwest Chinook Jargon See How They Speak Northwest Indians Totem Poles ... Haida California-Intermountain Culture California Intermountain Pomo Southwest Culture Southwest Mesa Verde Great Kiva Hopi ... Pueblos ( Anasazi ) Zuni Navajo Hopi Culture Anasazi ( Tour of Dwellings ) ... Navajo Culture Plains Indians Culture Plains Indian Indian Uses of The Buffalo Plains Indians2 Lakota of the Plains ... Sioux Culture Eastern Woodland Culture Eastern Woodland Seminole Iroquois of the Northeast The Southeast ... Scenes From Eastern Woodlands Shelters Wooden Lodges Wickiup Adobe Buildings Tepees ... Hogan (Navajo) (Plains) Northwest Indian Cedar Houses Iroquois Clickable Longhouse Plains Tipis Hogan ... Iroquois Longhouse Other Native American Sites Powwows Plains Vocabulary Words First Americans Native American Clipart ... Hopi Blue Corn Mush Native American Art Basketry ( Seminole) Art, Pottery, Baskets (Southwest)

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