|1. General||5. South West|
|2. Arctic and Sub-Arctic||6. Great Basin|
|3. North-West Coast||7. Plains|
|4. Eastern Woodland||8. The West|
Use the links on the left-hand side near the top of the page to research the Tlingit, Hopi, Iroquois and Lakota.
Useful map with links to several tribes across America.
More links to tribes across the USA.
Tube films of Native American dances
Click on each of the links in the "Gallery" section to see different pictures.
The top of this page gives information about the Plans Indians. Scroll to the bottom for lots of links to different Native American tribes.
Well worth a look for many topics - not just the Native Americans. The links below will take you to exact information pages and videos. Use the link above to browse generally for information.
Aimed at GCSE students. Worth a look.
Different artwork and history. Just select links on the page to navigate around the site.
Detailed and informative site about different aspects of Inuit life. Great site but some annoying pop-ups!
From the Library and Archives of Canada about Inuit stories. All three pages can be accessed from the menu on the left.
Information page on North-West Coast Indians by Mr Leech. An informative page to start your research.
Read the information page and then find more information from the links on the left-hand side.
- Spirits of the Sea
and Tsimshian - Virtual tour
Canadian Museum of Civilisation
Detailed site by the Cherokee Nation. Lots of links here to investigate - underneath the picture and on the right-hand side.
Read the page and follow the links for
lot of information about the Iroquois.
images of Indians
of the Hopi (2)
This link takes you to the history of the trabes in this area. Explore the site to find more information about modern-day Native Americans.
An information page with some links down the left-hand side to research more aspects of the Hopi.
Look at the "19 Pueblos" and the "Museum" tabs in particular. You will have to dig around a bit to find the information but well worth a look.
Plains Indians (Saskatchewan History)
Luxton Museum of the Plains Indian
An information page with some links down the left-hand side to research more aspects of the Lokata.
indians - quizzes & games
as an Indian child
History Channel .
Cree People: A Virtual Gallery Learn
Cree hand signals Cree
Cree People: A Virtual Gallery
Cree hand signals