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Native American Internet Resources
For additional links, see Native American Links.

Quaboag Regional Middle-High School Virtual Classroom Early America and American’s page.

This site is attempting to catalog early Native American families and other Early American families. Search for your family ancestry.

This site contains indian history, biography and genealogy pertaining to the Good Sachem Massasoit of the Wampanoag Tribe and his descendants.

This site looks at the survival of Wampanoag culture and the dynamics of a living culture.

Plimoth Plantation’s Web Site looks at the history of the Wampanoag people and their live’s today.

mvy.com/mvhistory.html
Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce’s history the Martha’s Vineyard.

This site links to indigenous people’s literature.

This site is a virtual library dedicated to American Indians.

This site contains Pilgrim Hall Museum’s material on the Wampanoag People.

This site contains brief histories of different Native American tribes.

This site discusses Native American Technology. It is not as “primitive” as often portrayed.

This site provides links to Native American sites that provide solid information about different tribes.

This site contains information about the Wampanoag people (News & Events, History & Culture).

This site tells the story of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag of Southeastern Massachusetts.

New England Indians has links to Wampanoag sites on the internet, a Microfilm card index of Native American’s, a dictionary of Algonquin language, and more.

jupiter.lang.osaka-u.ac.jp/~krkvls/history.html
Contains exhaustive links to government documents, oral histories, treaties and other important historical information about tribes across the U.S.

 
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