Tribal Nations

 


Red Cloud delegation pre-1876


Mandan - Arikara 1874

Photo credit: National Archives

 

These represent just a few of the many

official and non official Tribal Nations

web sites that may be found on the Internet.

 

 

The New BIA Web Site

BIA Logo

There are now 562 Federally recognized Tribal Nations.

Federally recognized Tribal Entities as of April 4, 2008

 

 

Appalachian American Indians of West Virginia

AAIVW


The official web site of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana

The Blackfeet Nation


The official web site of the Cherokee

Nation of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

The Cherokee Nation


The official web site of the Chickasaw

Nation of Ada, Oklahoma.

The Chickasaw Nation


The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma


A beautiful, thoughtful introduction to the culture

of a most unique Southern California Tribe.

Haku! and welcome to Chumash Indian life.

The Chumash


The Citizen Potawatomi Nation


The Creek Nation

Muscogee Creek Nation of Oklahoma

Poarch Band of Creek Indians


People Building a Long House

The Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, 

Mohawk and Tuscarora Nations.

The Haudenosaunee


The Ho-Chunk or Winnebago,

the People of the Big Voice.

The Ho-Chunk Nation


The official Hopi web site

The Hopi Tribe


"We are the Klamath Tribes, the Klamaths,

the Modocs and the Yahooskin."

The Klamath Tribes of Oregon


The Ojibwe People of Leech Lake

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe


The Lumbee People of North Carolina

Lumbee River Pathways

The Lumbee Tribe


" We call ourselves Kwih-dich-chuh-ahtx, or

people who live by the rocks and seagulls."

The Makah Nation of Washington


These fascinating mixed bloods are probably the

least understood of all American Native People.

The Melungeons


The Miccosukee Tribe of Florida


Although each description is quite brief, this site has

most Native Nations in one place for easy reference.

Native North America


The massive geographical area of the great Southwest

gives host to a remarkably resilient people.

The Navajo Din'e Nation


The Utes were the first to get horses from the Spanish

and the state of Utah was named after them.

Noochew - the Ute People


The Traditional People of the Oneida Nation:

Oneidas for Democracy


The Pawnee Nation of Pawnee, Oklahoma.

The Pawnee Nation


The first to see the sun rise each day.

The Passamaquoddy Tribe of Maine


One of the first American Native peoples of

Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio

The Potawatami


Truth is often not as fascinating as an exaggeration,

 or an outright lie, read about the real Pocahontas.

Powhatan Renape Nation


The culture and history of the

Seminole Nation of Florida.

Seminole Tribe of Florida


One of the six tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy

 who occupy aboriginal lands in the state of New York.

The Seneca Nation of New York


There are few web sites about the Shawnee people,

and most of them are either biased or flawed,

this is one that may be considered to be fairly accurate.

The Shawnee of many places


The Tribal Government representing over 24,000

Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide 

from their headquarters in Juneau, Alaska.

The Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska


A very good list of Tribal Nations web sites.

Tribal Nations Home Pages


An historical and informative look

at the eight tribes of Virginia.

Virginia's Indian Tribes


Learn about the Indigenous or

First People of Florida.

Walking with the Alligators


The Wyandot Nation of Kansas

 

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