Because Yahoo!Internet Life used this page as a URL reference, you may have started here rather than at the Table of Contents or the index page . There are 80 pages on this site, so please take time to check out the Table of Contents. To make things easier, I've put links to all major Indian Territory sections at the bottom of this page. (p.s. when you do go off-site, please bookmark Indian Territory--and come back soon!)
It doesn't get better than this--Arigon Starr, setting the world on fire with her own hard-drivin', hard-rockin' personal blend of pop, rock 'n roll, and indelible images from Indian Country! A fullblood Kickapoo/Creek, Arigon's got a voice and a vision.
Ceremony Season, by Wickapi:a "must-read!"
National Congress of American Indians
Native Law at Humboldt--extraordinary!
Indian laws in The Internet Law Library, expanded (former U.S. House of Representatives Law Library for Indian Nations and Tribes)
Findlaw -- another essential
This Week in American Indian History a one-of-a kind resource by Phil Konstantin (Cherokee) Also check out Phil's links organized in useful categories
Ronald Roybal, musician : Nominated for two Native American Music Awards for Best Native Flutist of the Year and Best Instrumental Album
Earth Impressions fine art by sculptor Randy Cox and artist Deborah Bell
The Cherokee Observer --stay up-to-date with events in Tahlequah,OK
Red Bear's cyber-trading post: visit this talented artist and his gifted family! BeadedWeb:this Shoshone-Bannock artist has worthwhile things to say about "native spirituality" and the realities of being Indian.
American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma
National Museum of the American Indian
Museum of Westward Expansion : good presentation of multi-cultural history
This site honors the unique voices of the differing Indian peoples. There are about 500 U.S. continental tribes, bands, and rancherias (the latter primarily in California), each with its own language and culture. Despite what TV, movies, and some "experts" would have you believe, there is no one, single, definitive "Indian" or "Native American" belief system or culture. The distinctive voices of these peoples are too beautiful and of too much strength and value to merge into one large "melting pot" of indistinct pan-Indian Hollywood stereotypes. Hence, this site offers valid, factual information that combines history and culture with current activism issues. It does not offer "Native American spirituality,*" online teaching, or other items that may be popular on the Internet, but that don't relate to the reality of everyday Indian lives. We strive to link to pages that offer information suitable for younger students; should you find a link that offers bad or obscene language or unsuitable topics,please notify us. As much as possible, we also strive to link to sites maintained by persons of known good character and those whose websites offer a positive approach to education and information.