Links & Resources

NDN Links & Resources

Official Tribal Websites 

Abenaki Nation

Abenaki-Nulhegan Band

Apache Tribe

Blackfeet Nation

Cherokee Nation

Cheyenne River Lakota Nation

Chickasaw Nation

Choctaw Nation

Comanche Nation

Cowasuck Abenaki

Eastern Cherokee – North Carolina

Ho-Chunk Nation

Hopi Tribe

Houma Nation

Kaw Nation

Kumeyaay Tribe

Lumbee Tribe

Muscogee Nation

Mikah Nation

Mohawk Nation

Navajo Nation

Nez Perce Tribe

Oneida Nation

Onondaga Nation of New York

Osage Tribe

Pawnee Nation

Red Lake Nation

Rosebud Sioux Tribe

Southern-Ute Tribe

Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa

Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe

Seminole Tribe of Florida

Six Nations

Standing Rock Sioux

Tribal Leaders Directory – Spring/Summer 2005 (PDF – 930 KB)

Civil Rights

ACLU: American Civil Liberties Union

Defending Sacred Sites

Protect Sacred Sites as Indigenous People, One Nation

Protect Bear Butte!

Save the Peaks Coalition – Protect America’s Cultural & Natural Heritage

Native Lawsuit Websites

Cobell ~vs~ Norton Case

Native Dis-enrollment Websites

Pechanga ~ California

The Mixed-Blood Uinta’s of Utah.

ONYOTA’A:KA ~ People of the Standing Stone ; Oneida

Tribal Colleges

Bay Mills Community College, 12214 W. Lakeshore Drive, Brimley, MI 49715 (800) 844-BMCC Blackfeet Community College, P.O. Box 819, Browning, Montana 59417 (406) 338-7755

Chief Dull Knife College, P.O. Box 98, 1 College Drive, Lame Deer MT 59043, Phone: (406) 477-6215

College of the Menominee Nation, P.O. Box 1179 Keshena, WI 54135 (715) 799-5600

Cankdeska Cikana Community College (Little Hoop CC), P.O. Box 269 Fort Totten, ND 58335 (701) 766-4415

D-Q University, P.O. Box 409,  Davis, CA 95617 (530) 758-0470

Diné College, 1 Circle Dr, Tsaile, AZ 86556 (928) 724-6800

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, 2101 14th Street, Cloquet, MN 55720 (218) 879-0800

Fort Belknap College, P.O. Box 159, Harlem Montana, 59526, (406) 353-2607

Fort Berthold Community College, P.O. Box 490, New Town, ND 58673 (701) 627-4738

Fort Peck Community College, P.O. Box 398, Poplar, Montana 59255

Haskell Indian Nations University, 155 Indian Avenue, Box 5030, Lawrence, KS 66046 (785) 749-8404

The Institute for American Indian Arts, 83 Avan Nu Po Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (505) 424-2300

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College, 409 Superior Ave., P.O. Box 519, Baraga, MI 49908 (906) 353-8161

Lac Courtes Oreilles Ojibwa Community College, 13466 West Trepania Road, Hayward, WI 54843 (715) 634-4790

Leech Lake Tribal College, P.O. Box 180, Cass Lake, Minnesota 56633 (218) 335-4200

Little Big Horn College, 1 Forest Lane, Crow Agency, MT 59022 (406) 638-3104

Little Priest Tribal College, 601 E. College Drive, Winnebago, Nebraska 68071 (402) 878-2380

Nebraska Indian Community College, College Hill P.O. Box 428, Macy, NE 68039 (402) 837-5078

Northwest Indian College, 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226 (360) 676-2772

Oglala Lakota College,490 Piya Wiconi Road, Kyle, SD 57752 (605) 455-2321

Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College, 2274 Enterprise Drive, Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48858 (989) 775-4123

Salish Kootenai College, P.O. Box 70, Pablo, MT 59855 (406) 275-4800

Sinte Gleska University, PO Box 105 150 E. 2nd St. Mission, SD 57555 (605) 856-8100

Sisseton Wahpeton Community College, BIA Rd 700 PO Box 689 Sisseton, SD 57262 (605) 698-3966

Sitting Bull College, 1341 92nd Street,  Fort Yates, ND 58538 (701) 854-3861

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, 9169 Coors Rd. NW ~ P.O. Box 10146 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87184  (505) 897-5347

Stone Child College, RR1, Box 1082, Box Elder, MT 59521 (406) 395-4313

Tohono O’odham Community College, P.O. Box 3129, Sells, AZ 85634 Sells Phone: (520) 383-8401 Tucson Phone: (520) 623-6175

Turtle Mountain Community College, P.O. Box 340, Belcourt, ND 58316 (701) 477-5605

United Tribes Technical College, 3315 University Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504 (701) 255-3285

White Earth Tribal and Community College, 202 South Main Street, Mahnomen, MN 56557 (218) 935-0417


Government Resources

U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Representatives Committee Offices and Local Representatives Offices. “Write your Representative”, See Directory, House schedule, etc

Congressional Native American Caucus
The Congressional Native American Caucus serves as an organization to educate Members of Congress on the issues affecting Native American. Some of the issues the caucus seeks to address include sovereign rights of tribes; changes in welfare laws, the Indian Child Welfare Act, Indian gaming issues, education and housing, and the treatment of tribal trust lands. The Caucus also convenes briefings, forums and prepares background position papers on legislative proposals that impact Native American Tribes

U.S. Senate
U.S. Senators Contact Offices, Committees, Legislation and Records.

Library of Congress
Library of Congress, Research Center with Catalogs & Archives, Indian issues & Law Researches, etc

Government Accountability Office
Government Accountability Office, Reports & Testimony. The agency that works for Congress and the American people. Congress asks GAO to study the programs and expenditures of the federal government. GAO, commonly called the investigative arm of Congress or the congressional watchdog, is independent and nonpartisan. It studies how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. GAO advises Congress and the heads of executive agencies about ways to make government more effective and responsive. GAO evaluates federal programs, audits federal expenditures, and issues legal opinions. When GAO reports its findings to Congress, it recommends actions. Its work leads to laws and acts that improve government operations, and save billions of dollars

U.S. Archives & Records Administration
The National Archives is a public trust. They enable people to inspect the records of what government hs done. They enable officials and agencies to review their actions and help citizens hold them accountable. They ensure continuing access to essential evidence and documents. Recover documents; Research room, Records Management, Federal register, connects thousands of archives and records repositories dedicated to preserving and publishing

Government Printing Office
The GPO is the Federal government’s primary centralized resource for gathering, cataloging, producing, providing 7 preserving published information in all its forms. Centralized services to enable easily & cost effectively produce printed documents. GPO offers these publications for sale to the public 7 made them widely available at no cost through the Federal Depository Library Program

Executive Branches of Government
The White House & Executive Offices
President & VP Offices, History, President’s Cabinet Federal Agencies, Contact the President & VP, News & Policies, Government Councils & Offices, i.e., Office of Budget & Management, National Security Council,, etc.

First Government
Access to all Government Agencies & Resources. Benefits & Grants; Consumer Protection; Defense & Foreign Relations; Education & Jobs; Health & Nutrition; History, Art, & Culture; Public Safety & Law; Science & Technology; Environment, Energy & Agriculture; Taxes;

U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division,
Special Litigation Section; is an office within the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice, charged with enforcing federal civil rights statutes in four major areas; Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons, Conduct of Law Enforcement Agencies, Access to Reproductive Health Clinics and places of Religious Worship, and Religious Exercise of Institutionalized Persons. The Section undertakes investigations and litigation through the United States and its territories. Also to file a Complaint.

Judicial Branch of Government
Federal Judicial Center
The Federal Judicial Center is the education and re search agency of the federal courts. Access to, U.S. Sentencing Commission; Federal Judiciary, General Information, etc.

U.S. Supreme Court
Supreme Court, Dockets, Oral Arguments, Case Handling Guidelines, Opinions, Public Information, etc.

State/Local Governments
State & Local Government Information
Access to all State & Local Government; National Conference of State Legislatures; National Association of Counties; National City Government Resource Link, State Libraries, etc


Alaska Native Movement | A N M

Alcatraz: The Story of American Indian Inmates

American Indian Genocide Museum Website

Buffalo Field Campaign

Canunpa  The Protection of the Sacred Red Stone

Crazy Horse Memorial

Defend the Black Hills

First Nations Site Index – Dick Shovel

Friends of Pine Ridge Reservation

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Indigenous Peoples Literature

KOLA International Campaign Office

Lakota Action Network

Lakota Fund – Pine Ridge

Lakota Mall

Link Center Foundation

Native American Support Group of NYC 

Native American Veterans Resources

NDN Sports

Indian People Are Not Mascots

Indian Voices Newspaper

NCAI – National Congress American Indian

Native California Indian Development Council

NTEC – Tribal Road to Environmental Protection

National Museum of the American Indians

National Native American Veterans Association

Native American Directory

Native American Scholarships Program

Native American Languages

Native Web

Native Youth Magazine

Native American Nations

Nez Perce Trail Foundation

Oglala Lakota College

Pow Wow’ – Locate Pow Wow’s in your area

Redwebz, Your Native Home on The Web

Reznet News~online news from Native American Students

Save the Peaks Coalition – San Francisco Peaks

Scholarships for Native American Students

Sweet Grass Traditions

Native American Mortgage Program

Twilight Spirit – Sacred Lands

Wounded Knee Museum

Native Artists 

Lakota Sioux Indian Dolls: Diane Tells His Name

Native Government Resources

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Department of Commerce – Census Bureau – American Indian Data

Indian Health Service

Indian Trust

Office of Tribal Justice

Tribal Resource Guide

U.S. Senate – Committee on Indian Affairs

U.S. Representatives Internet Library – Indian Nations and Tribes

Native Health Issues

American Indian Herbalism

Association of American Indian Physicians

Indian Health Service

Indian Health Service National Diabetes Program

National Indian Health Board (NIHB)

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC)

TCRHCC Health Promotion Program – Navajo Nation

The Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center

Native Library Association

American Indian Library Association

Native Radio & Television

American Indian Radio on Satellite (AIROS)

Native America Calling

Native American Public Telecommunications

GON Radio

Native Voices Radio

Native Teen Suicide Prevention

Turtle Island Native Network – Teen Suicide Prevention

Yellow Ribbon International

Native Youth Programs  

Native American Children’s Alliance

National Indian Child Welfare Association

Politics & Activism

ACLU: American Civil Liberties Union

AIM Governing Council

Indigenous Democratic Network

KOLA International Campaign Office

The NDN Rights Project

A Gallery of Nations, Jewelry

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