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  1. American Indian Journals. Added 5/23/05

  2. American Indian Resource Center - at the Huntington Park Library in Los Angeles Added 12/7/02; updated 1/31/09

  3. American Indians in Children's Literature is a blog maintained by Debbie Reese, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. She is enrolled at Nambe Pueblo, a small Indian pueblo in northern New Mexico.

  4. American Library Association Office for Diversity, featuring information on ALA's Spectrum Initiative, offering library school scholarships for Native and other underrepresented graduate students seeking the MLS degree. Added 6/5/02; updated 1/31/04

  5. American Library Association Office for Literacy and Outreach Services Subcommittee on Library Services to American Indians Added 6/25/01

  6. American Native Press Archives - "... collecting and archiving the products of the Native press and materials related to Native press history, collecting and documenting the works of Native writers, and constructing bibliographic guides to Native writing and publishing." Added 4/2/04

  7. ATSILIRN - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library and Information Resource Network (from Australia) Added 2/2/96; update 4/1/98

  8. Bibliographies of Northern and Central California Indians Added 8/29/96; updated 3/15/00

  9. Books - New Indian books received by the University of Pittsburgh Library System, March 1994 - April 1999 Added 4/6/99

  10. Children's Books to Avoid - from Oyate Added 12/7/93

  11. Children's & YA Books by Native Authors & Illustrators; and Children's and YA Books With Contemporary Native Themes - from Muskogee Creek children's author Cynthia L. Smith - Added 11/9/98; updated 3/15/00

  12. Christianity and Native Americans - at Marquette University Library, "over two dozen collections including extensive photographic holdings...". Added 4/23/05

  13. Circle of Aboriginal Heritage and Knowledge of Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Added 3/27/05

  14. College of Menominee Nation Library Added 6/18/00

  15. A Community Guide to Protecting Indigenous Knowledge, by Simon Brascoupe and Howard Mann, for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Added 7/23/01

  16. A Critical Bibliography of North American Indians, For K-12 - from the Anthropology Outreach Office of the Smithsonian Institution. Added 3/21/99

  17. Culturally Responsive Guidelines for Alaska Public Libraries - from the Alaska Native Knowledge Network Added 6/5/02; updated 12/7/03

  18. D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History, featuring the Edward E. Ayer Collection for American Indian History - at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Added 7/5/00

  19. Digital Technologies and Indigenous Communities - a special issue of D-Lib Magazine Added 6/5/02

  20. Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - the entire digitized text from the 20-volume set. (See next entry for the accompanying photographs.) Added 11/1/04

  21. Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian: The Photographic Images - an online collection of the photographs from the entire 20 volume set. Added 11/1/04

  22. Electronic Texts on Native Americans at the University of Virginia Libraries Added 12/16/02

  23. "Examining Multicultural Picture Books for the Early Childhood Classroom: Possibilities and Pitfalls" - an article from the journal ECRP - Early Childhood Research & Practice Added 6/5/02

  24. FCC Tribal Initiatives - "A resource for tribal governments, organizations and consumers in expanding telecommunications services in Indian Country." - Added 4/17/04

  25. First Nations Collection at the Southern Oregon University Library Digital Archives. Added 4/23/05

  26. "From Oral Tradition to Digital Collectives: Information Access and Technology in Contemporary Native American Culture" - an article by Kari R. Smith of Columbia University, that appeared in the December 15, 2002 (vol. 6, no. 6) of the RLG DigiNews. Added 3/30/03; updated 12/7/03

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  28. Guide to Catholic-Related Native American Records in Midwest Repositories - at Marquette University Library, "lists of archival holdings to 282 institutions in 12 Midwest states". Added 4/23/05

  29. Honouring Words - International Indigenous Authors Celebration Tour Added 2/21/03; updated 12/7/03

  30. Huntington Free Library and Reading Room, in the Bronx - extensive collection of Native American materials, and the former library of the Museum of the American Indian. Added 7/31/00

  31. If I Can Read, I Can Do Anything - to assist the libraries serving Native American children in increasing reading skills while preserving Native identity through a family literacy program, from Laguna Pueblo. Added 10/14/99; updated 4/17/02

  32. Index of Native American Electronic Text Resources on the Internet - Added 4/8/99

  33. Institute of American Indians Arts (IAIA) Library - Added 4/23/05

  34. Labriola National American Indian Data Center - a special collection at Arizona State University Added 3/19/97; update 4/1/98

  35. Lakota Electronic Texts - full-text of books etc. by Charles Eastman, Zitkala-Sa, and others. Added 3/8/99; updated 4/17/02

  36. Library & Information Technology - A Library Tech Program for First Nations Students - from the Continuing Studies Program at University College of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia Added 2/21/03

  37. Library Services To Indigenous Populations: A Bibliography - from AILA member Kelly P. Webster at the University of Michigan and ALA OLOS Subcommittee on Library Services to American Indians member. Added 6/25/01; updated 1/31/04

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  39. Maori Electronic Resources - Nga Matatiki Rorohiko - originally compiled by Robert Sullivan, and now part of the Te Puna Web Directory from the National Library of New Zealand. Added 7/10/00; updated 12/7/03

  40. Mashantucket Pequot Research Library and Tribal Archives at the Mashan tucket Pequot Museum & Research Center Added 7/28/99; updated 12/7/03

  41. Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center Library Added 10/9/96; updated 4/17/02

  42. NCLIS - National Commission on Libraries and Information Science. Our good friends at NCLIS now have their own home page, which contains the text to the 1992 publication on Indian libraries entitled Pathways to Excellence : A Report on Improving Library and Information Services for Native American Peoples Added 11/8/96

  43. NICWA - National Indian Child Welfare Association Library Added 2/28/98; updated 12/7/03

  44. National Indian Law Library Updated 11/19/96; updated 4/17/02

  45. Native American Authors Project - a great resource, searchable by author, book title, or tribe, from the Internet Public Library Project at the University of Michigan's School of Information. Added 6/11/97; updated 12/7/03

  46. Native American Children's Literature in the Classroom - An Annotated Bibliography - from AILA member Joan Berman. Added 6/30/01

  47. Native American Studies Collection at UC Berkeley's Ethnic Studies Library. Added 12/7/03; updated 1/10/04

  48. Native Americans and Library Services - a bibliography from the Center for the Study of Rural Librarianship at Clarion University. Added 6/5/02

  49. The Native Book Centre - a Canadian book vendor with a wide stock of Native titles - and it is searchable. Added 2/28/98

  50. A Native Bridge to Webjunction - "WebJunction is an online community of libraries and other agencies sharing knowledge and experience to provide the broadest public access to information technology. The mission of the Native bridge to is to provide an interface to WebJunction content tailored for Native users." Added 5/27/04

  51. Native Health Database - "bibliographic information and abstracts of over 5000 health-related articles and resource documents," from the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center. Added 4/1/05

  52. Native Writers Circle of the Americas - the only literary awards given by Native people to Native people. Added 5/4/99

  53. New Mexico State Library's Tribal Libraries Program Added 10/3/01; updated 9/24/04

  54. New Mexico Digital Collection of Native American Children's Books Added 3/16/12

  55. Nunavik Bibliography= La Bibliographie sur le Nunavik Added 12/7/03

  56. Oyate - "...a native organization working to see that our lives and histories are portrayed honestly, and so that all people will know our stories belong to us." And an EXCELLENT source to order kids' books...Added 11/16/98

  57. REFORMA - The National Association to Promote Library Services to the Spanish Speaking Added 2/6/96; updated 12/7/03

  58. The Rupert Costo Library of the American Indian - at the University of California - Riverside. Added 6/19/98; updated 4/17/02

  59. Storytellers - Native American Authors Online Added 1/8/99

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  61. Te Ropu Whakahau - Maori Library and Information Workers. Added 6/22/99; updated 9/30/99

  62. Techniques for Evaluating American Indian Web Sites - takes book evaluations and applies them to web sites - from Elaine Cubbins at the University of Arizona. Added 5/20/98

  63. Telling the Stories - Native American Language and Cultural Resources in New Mexico's Libraries, Museums, and Monuments Added 3/27/05

  64. Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums: Preserving Our Language, Memory and Lifeways - an IMLS National Leadership Grant awarded to the Arizona State Museum and the Arizona State Library. Added 4/23/05

  65. Tribal Library Service and Needs Assessment - for the Tierra del Sol Native communities in southern California. Added 5/23/01

  66. Web Resources for Tribal Libraries - great site from Elaine Cubbins at the University of Arizona Added 5/20/98
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