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Native American Links

Here is a sampling of useful links, always be aware of unforeseen problems in any website. There are many more on the Home page on Native Links, Wampanoag Way. Please send missing valuable links, questions, and problems to

Indian Country Today, read the current news from Indian  country

Vision Maker – Native American Public Telecommunications

If I can Read, I Can Do Anything
A National Reading Club for Native American Children

International Children’s Digital Library

WWW Virtual Library - American Indians

Tribal College Journal

Native e-periodicals

Curriculum -
Plimoth Plantation homework help and links to Wampanoag research

Gladys Widdiss presents clay pottery from Gay Head Cliffs

Diplomacy in New England:  The First Thanksgiving?  new from Smithsonian

PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide
An Ongoing Online Project © Paul P. Reuben
Chapter 3: Early Nineteenth Century: William Apes or William Apess (Pequot) (1798-1839)

New Trade Winds Artists Gallery, generally Wampanoag resources through the museum program at Peabody-Essex

Deconstructing the Thanksgiving Myth

Hot links for American Indian Libraries

A Professional Development Bibliography for Librarians Serving American Indians

American Indian Library Association

Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners  

SouthEast Massachusetts Library System

Aquinnah Public Library

Other Links
National Indian Education Association

Native American Women Playwrights Archive

Cranberry Day Report from the Vineyard Gazette 

Sovereignty and Indian Gaming in the United States By Keith Slack
October 31, 1994 | Cultural Survival Quarterly | Issue 18.2

Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness programs

Native Americans in the Movies- UC Berkley connection

Harvard connection- needs update

Massachusetts Native Artists and resources       
And Pictures of  Gladys, Linda and Eddie This website provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal websites. Currently the website primarily contains information on contemporary Native American authors, although some historical authors are represented. The website will continue to expand, adding additional authors, books and web resources.

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