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Indian Territory
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A Potluck Stew of Good Sites





recommended Indian Territory as a "notable personal page" in the May issue!
All I can say is...Ya-hoo! (what a surprise!) Visit them online!


A quick note from Kokopelli:


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 more than 60 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!)


Here's a variety of resources I've found especially valuable!


Listen online to American Indian Radio on Satellite


Askwitteachik: Legislative Watch by Karen J. Gould
Legislative Watch for American Indian Issues
The legal realities of being Indian
Native American Political Issues
The excellent NativeWeb
The U.S. House of Representatives Law Library for Indian Nations and Tribes
The Native American Rights Fund - Essential work for Indian Country



and don't miss Arlie's excellent traditional page
Thanks to Arlie for the flute songs


Native Peoples Magazine --beautiful and truly representative of native cultures.
Indian Country Today --excellent investigative reporting.
The Oklahoma Indian Times --the voice of Indians in Oklahoma.
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
The Cherokee Observer --stay up-to-date with events in Tahlequah,OK
Larry Kibby: A Wiyot Indian activist and poet
Linden Gilbert, NA poet, artist,and activist
"Little Warrior Dreaming" I'm especially fond of this one--thanks, Linden!

Rick Powelson's "Indian 101" offers a wry, witty counterpoint to "Internet Pan-Indian spirituality."
BeadedWeb:this Shoshone-Bannock artist has worthwhile things to say about "native spirituality" and the realities of being Indian.
Sondra Ball's collection of links , plus information on Chiapas
American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma

Academic Multi-cultural Resources by Will Karkavelas

Native American Indian The late Paula Giese's extraordinary site
66th annual Indian Exposition,dedicated to the memory of Mildred Cleghorn, Apache leader
American Indian Science and Engineering Society -- also see my spaceflight & science pages






Please visit and support Gabrielle Davis' new literary journal:

I'm proud to say that my poetry appears in the Indian Summer issue.




The following two sites feature "Star Child", a poem I wrote several years ago for the Children's Home Society of Rockledge,FL. Please, take care of our children!

Ken Scully's child advocacy site
The Rainbow Garden




Learn about Hawai`i & native concerns there at `Onipa`a, a beautiful site. Aloha!


Museums, Exhibits, Galleries & Special Collections

National Museum of the American Indian
Heard Museum
Southwest Museum
Museum of Westward Expansion : good presentation of multi-cultural history



FootnotesFootnotes

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.



Page updated: Aug 1 1998




Head to The Delaware Tribe of Indians Official Website
Table of Contents (low graphics) Text-only Table of Contents
Indian Tribes in Oklahoma, Native Languages,
Journal of Indian Justice, Termination by Appropriation
Journal of Environmental Justice or the index.







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