- Tribal Contacts
- Native American Resources [Relax! "Cowboy.net" is simply a local internet-access service -- analogous to Atlanta's "Mindspring.com" -- in Stillwater, OK; Stillwater is home to Oklahoma State University, whose sports teams are called "The Cowboys."Lots of good Native American web pages here, up to the homepage for Russell Means, longtime AIM spokesman]
- Bureau of Indian Affairs [Yeah, yeah, yeah; but you can find some useful information here.]
- Maps of Native American Nations
SITES ON CULTURAL APPROPRIATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIONS
- "Techniques for Evaluating American Indian Web Sites" (by Elaine Cubbins, librarian) Detailed and nuanced tips on how to distinguish webpages of authentic native Americans from those of the culture-vultures.
- "Bibliography on Cultural Appropriation" (by Dr. Diane Bell, Luce Professor of Religion, Holy Cross College) Excellent bibliography of readings on the subject.
- "Respect: Wanting to Be an Indian:-When Spiritual Teaching Turns into Cultural Theft" (by Myke Johnson) A good introductory reading.
- "The Official Wanabi Tribe Home Page" (by Michael Two Horses, Sioux [Lakota], Rosebud reservation, South Dakota)
- Another worthy site: The American Indian College Fund. Homepage for the fund that help support tribal colleges throughout the U.S.
SITES ON SPECIFIC NATIONS
Official Websites for Nations of Southeastern Origin (Oklahoma Peoples:"the Civilized Tribes")
- The Choctaw Nation
- The Muscogee (Creek) Nation
- The Seminole Nation
SITES FOR SOUTHEASTERN PEOPLES
- Eastern Band of the Cherokee
- Cherokee Indian Reservation [aimed mostly at tourists]
- Lumbee Tribe
- Website for the Oglala Sioux (Pine Ridge Reservation)
SITES FOR SOUTHWESTERN PEOPLES
- The Navajo Nation
- The Hopi Information Network
- The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
- Other Pueblos
Remember: "The American Indian College Fund"