Below are resources related to the “Native North Americans of the USA, Canada, and Greenland (Denmark)” chapter of Native Nations: The Survival of Indigenous Peoples, 3rd Edition, edited by Sharlotte Neely and Douglas W. Hume.
Agencies & Organizations
- Alaska Native Heritage Center
- Canadian Museum of History
- Greenland National Museum and Archives
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
- National Museum of the American Indian
- Native American Studies at Northern Kentucky University
- Museum of the Cherokee Indians
- Navajo Nation Museum
- Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
- U’mista Cultural Centre
- What do the concepts of self-determination and sovereignty mean to Native North Americans?
- Give examples of self-determination or sovereignty for native peoples in Canada, Greenland, and the United States.
- Acorns (Pomo)
- At the Winter Sea Ice Camp (Netsilik)
- Box of Treasures (Kwakiutl)
- Contrary Warriors (Crow)
- Cree Hunters of Mistassini (Cree)
- Dancing on the Moon
- Dark Wind
- Hopi: Songs of the Fourth World (Hopi)
- Lakota Woman
- Rabbit Boss (Washo)
- Seasons of the Navajo (Navajo)
- Snowbird Cherokees (Cherokees)
- Spirit of Crazy Horse (Lakota Sioux)
- Tecumseh’s Vision (Shawnee)
- The Place of the Falling Waters (Kootenai)
- Neely, Sharlotte. 1991. Snowbird Cherokees. University of Georgia Press.
- Sutton, Mark Q. 2016. An Introduction to Native North America. Routledge.
Contemporary Native Americans
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