Aboriginal Heritage : Library and Archives Canada- Aboriginal documentary heritage found in the holdings of Library and Archives Canada reflects the exemplary contributions of Aboriginal peoples to this country’s political, social, economic and cultural development. This material is available in all types of media and can be accessed on site or through online databases, virtual exhibitions and digitized documents.
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Carolyne's Native American Genealogy Helper- Finally, a Native American genealogy site with tips and how-to articles addressing the stumbling blocks that affect this complicated category of research. The site also includes maps, historical data, and links to online searchable census data for various tribes. Well written data with tidbits of history, daily Native quotes, and even some Native stories.
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Chief Peguis and his descendants- The story of the famous Chief Peguis and a band of Saulteaux who came from Sault Ste. Marie to the Red River country in the 1790s.
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Chief William McIntosh Jr.- A History and Genealogy of Creek Chief William McIntosh Jr. and his know descendants
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Chinook Texts- by Franz Boas, U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin no. 20, 1894. The Chinook tribes inhabited the salmon-rich lower Columbia river area in the Northwest culture region, in what is now upper Oregon and lower Washington state. These unfiltered stories, translated by Franz Boas, one of the founders of modern Anthropology, reflect a rich storytelling tradition.
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Creek Indian Researcher- A collection of records and links for those researching their Creek - Muskogee Indian ancestors.
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Darlene Gadley's Nez Perce Genealogy Page- My site includes a Nez Perce GEDCOM with over 2200 tribe members going back to the early 1800s. Surnames include, Chief Joseph, Looking Glass, Craig, Blackeagle, Lawyer, Rueben, Redheart, Yellow Wolf, and Three Feathers.
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Edward S. Curtis's North American Indian- This digital collection presents the 2226 illustrations from
The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis.
Many of the striking images from The North American Indian have
been reproduced widely, especially since the 1970s. While there is
controversy about how Curtis romanticized American Indian culture, the
intention of this digital collection is to present all of the published
images in their entirety, with comprehensive identifying data including
plate numbering, dimensions, and the original captions by Curtis.
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Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee- Our mission is to help and assist people of Cherokee descent and the general public in learning about and preserving the history, culture, and traditions of the Cherokee people, especially in Georgia.
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Grandma? She probably wasn't Indian princess- So you think your great-grandmother was a Cherokee Indian princess? Daughters of Cherokee chiefs had no such designation. But that doesn't stop many persistent people from spending futile hours trying to prove their lineage to American Indian royalty. An article published in The St. Petersburg Times (Florida), August 15, 2002.
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Indian Bounty Land Applications- A source for the difficult task of tracing Indian ancestors back to the early nineteenth century. An article published in the Fall 1993 issue of Prologue Magazine, Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration.
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Indigenous Peoples of the North- A collection of articles on the Indigenous Peoples of Alaska, Northern Canada, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, and Northern Russia.
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Lead the Way- Researching U.S. Army Indian Scouts, 1866–1914. An article by Trevor K. Plante published in Prologue, Summer 2009, Vol. 41, No. 2.
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