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Native American Tribal Websites

Eric L. Miller

The burgeoning of the World Wide Web has allowed Native American tribes to express themselves to the world as never before. Many tribes and nations, both federally recognized and non-federally recognized, have staked out a claim to their places on the web. Their websites deal with topics that range from tribal history, news and arts and crafts to tourism, entertainment and commerce. Here is a list of some websites maintained by Native American nations:

 

Acjachemem

Juaneño Band of Mission Indians Acjachemem Nation

sun3.lib.uci.edu/~m2martin/juaneno.html

 

Apache

San Carlos Apache Tribe

www.primenet.com/~itca/Tribes/sancarl.htm

 

Blackfeet

Blackfeet Nation

blackfeet.3rivers.net

 

Brothertown Indians

Brothertown Indians of Wisconsin

www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~astephen/bro.html

 

Cabazon

Cabazon Band of Mission Indians

www.cabazonindians.com

 

Cherokee

Cherokee Indian Reservation

www.cherokee-nc.com

 

Cherokee Nation

www.cherokee.org

 

Northern Cherokee Nation of Missouri and Arkansas Homepage

www.cstp.umkc.edu/personal/agriggs/home.html

 

Northern Cherokee Nation of the old Louisiana Territory

rosecity.net/cherokee

 

Cheyenne/Arapaho

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma

www.cheyenneandarapaho.org

 

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe

208.234.16.78

 

Chippewa

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

www.sootribe.org

 

Chitimacha

Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana

www.chitimacha.com

 

Creek

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Web Page

www.ocevnet.org/creek/myfile.html

 

Delaware

Delaware (Lenape) Tribe of Indians

www.cowboy.net/native/lenape/index.html

 

The Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma

www.westerndelaware.nsn.us

 

Thunder Mountain Lenape Nation

www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/4438

 

Edisto

Edisto Tribe

www.pride-net.com/native_indians/edisto.html

 

Ho-Chunk

Ho-Chunk Indian Nation

www.ho-chunk.com

 

Innu

Innu Nation/Mamit Innuat

www.innu.ca

 

Iroquois

Mohawk Nation Office—Kahnawake Office

www.cyberglobe.net/users/mnation

 

The Seneca Nation of Indians

members.localnet.com/~sni

 

The Six Nations of the Grand River

www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/3808

 

Lumbee

Lumbee Tribe

www.lumbee-tribe.org

 

Mattaponi

Mattaponi Indian Reservation

www.baylink.org/Mattaponi/index.html

 

Metis

Nation of Acadian Metis

www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/9196/main1.htm

 

Mohegan

The Mohegan Tribe

www.mohegan.nsn.us

 

Muwekma

Muwekma Ohlone

www.muwekma.org

 

Navajo

The Navajo Nation

crystal.ncc.cc.nm.us/~vino/NN

 

Ojibwa

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community

www.ojibwa.com

 

Osage

Osage Nation

www.northrim.net/osage-nation

 

Potawatomi

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

www.mich.com/~pokagon

 

Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indian Tribe

www.pbpindiantribe.com

 

Quapaw

The Official Quapaw Web Site

www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/1388

 

Sandy Lake Band

Sandy Lake Band

www.lapratt.com/sandy_lake_band

 

Seminole

Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

www.cowboy.net/native/seminole/index.html

 

The Seminole Tribe of Florida

www.seminoletribe.com

 

 

Shawnee

United Tribe of Shawnee Indians HomePage

www.sunflower.org/~hdqrs

 

Siletz

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

ctsi.nsn.us

 

Sioux

Little Sioux Organization

www.littlesioux.org

 

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

www.indian.com/srst

 

Spokane

Spokane Tribe of Indians

members.aol.com/spokanetr/index0.html

 

Tachi-Yokut

Tachi-Yokut

www.tachi-yokut.com

 

Tlingit and Haida

Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indians

www.tlingit-haida.org

 

Tsalagiyi Ugadohi Ayeli

The Tsalagiyi Ugadohi Ayeli

members.tripod.com/~anitsalagi/index.html

 

Tsnungwe

Tsnungwe Council

www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~ammon/tsnungwe/council.html

 

Umatilla

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

www.ucinet.com/~umatribe/main.html

 

Umpqua

Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians

www.cowcreek.com

 

Warm Springs Indians

The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indians

www.orst.edu/dept/wsext/wscom.htm

 

Eric L. Miller is a Ph.D. candidate at American University in Washington, D.C., and specializes in Native American studies of the eighteenth century. He welcomes correspondence and may be reached via e-mail at dreric@flashcom.net.