Links to American Indian PowWow; Smaller; and Miscellaneous Sites by Phil Konstantin - PAGE 10

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PowWow & "Events" Sites

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  • Affliliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
    about an art event
  • Arctic Calendar
    check back each month for events in Canada
  • Arlee Pow Wow
    "Arlee Fourth of July Celebration -- One of the largest and oldest Native American pow wows in the U.S."
  • Powwows in Montana
    info from Travel Montana
  • Arlee Powwow in Montana
    Info on this powwow
  • Bitterroot Valley Good Nations Pow Wow
    info and a picture
    scheduled events
  • Buffalo Bill Historical Center Events Calendar
    events near them
  • Building Bridges
    "A conference on integrating cultural values into the academic environment."
  • Calendar of Major Public Events of Lumbee Tribe
    all kinds of things
  • National Aboriginal Day
    about this Canadian event
  • National Aboriginal Day
    Wikipedia page
  • Canyon Creek Battlefield Pipe Ceremony
    info from Events in Montana
  • Charley's 16 Powwow Rules
    what to do & not do
  • Choctaw Indian Fair
    "held annually in July, is the great gathering for Mississippi Choctaws"
  • Circle of Nations - Local Pow-wow Schedule
    "This year's Pow-wow Schedule"
  • Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians P O W W O W
    "a listing of all of the Pow-Wows that the Tribe or Tribal programs sponsors throughout the year."
  • Crazy Horse Walk
    " The Crazy Horse Volksmarch will take you along selected trails around and up the granite mountain from which Crazy Horse is being carved"
  • Crow Fair
    "The Crow Fair Powwow, Rodeo and Race Meet is the largest Northern Plains Indian celebration in Montana, and one of the biggest powwows in the country."
  • Crow Fair and Rodeo
    info from Visit Montana
  • The Annual Dance For Mother Earth Powwow
    in Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Denver March PowWow
    about this event
    "A Pre-1840 Living History Encampment
    rules and locations and a long list of dates
  • Explorer Post 20 - American Indian Dance Team
    about their group in Toledo
  • Delwin Fiddler, Jr.
    video of him in his regalia
    "will be held July 28-31, 1998 in Guatemala City"
    info about it
  • Four Winds Intertribal Society Powwow
    from Kileen, Texas
  • The Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial
    "Over 100 tribes participate in the various events; Ceremonial dances, traditional arts, contemporary arts, native music, rodeo, marathon, and much more. "
  • Gathering of Nations Summer Web Site
    info on the annual event in Albuquerque, New Mexico, + other stuff, too
  • Guelaguetza (The last two Mondays in July)
    event in Mexico - Wikipedia page
  • ĄGuelaguetza!
    Oaxaca's very own festival
  • La Guelaguetza
    info on this event in Oaxaca in Spanish
  • Indian National Finals Rodeo
    info and pictures
  • Chief Joseph Days
    about this event in Oregon
  • Last Chance Community Pow Wow
    info on this Montana event
  • Makah Days
    info on their annual event
  • 2004 Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow
    set for Tanana Valley Fairgrounds, Fairbanks, Alaska
  • Milk River Indian Days
    info from Visit Montana
    "Dedicated to Healing Our Spirit"
  • Mr.Mistic's Powwow list
    descriptions and photos
  • National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month Website
    The Indian Health Service has created a page to celebrate this event.
    November 1999 "Co-Link of the Month"
  • National American Indian Heritage Month
    White House page
  • National American Indian Heritage Month
    A copy of the proclamation in 2009 by the President
  • Nations in Sobriety
    Native American Open A.A. Sobriety Pow-wow and Campout
    government site
  • Native American Student Association: North Carolina State University
    about events in their area
  • Native American Student Association: Rice Univeristy
    my alma mater!
  • Native American Student Association: Univeristy of Michigan
    about events in their area
  • Native Events Calendar
    list of events, conferences, exhibits, etc.
  • Navajo Nation Fair
    more info on this event
  • North American Indian Alliance Pow Wow
    info from Visit Montana
  • North American Indian Days
    pictures of the event
  • North American Indian Days
    on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana
  • Northern CA Native Events and News
    a Yahoo group with postings
  • Northern Colorado Intertribal Pow-wow Association
    about the group & about powwows
  • Shiprock Northern Navajo Nation Fair
    "The Oldest of Navajo Traditional Fairs"
    as proclaimed by the US President
  • ODAWA Native Friendship Centre Events
    shows what they are planning
  • Commemoration of the Battle of the Big Hole
    info from Travel Montana
  • Otsiningo Pow Wow
    Binghamton, NY, sponsored by the Iroquois Studies Association
  • Chief Plenty Coups Day of Honor
    info from Visit Montana
  • Powwow
  • Poplar Indian Days
    info from Travel Montana
  • Powwow: A Collection of Photographs and Video
    nicely done
  • Powwow Dance Styles
    Leslie's Page
  • Powwow Dance Styles
    lots of info
  • Pow Wow Dancing
    lots of details
  • Powwow Trail
    list of events from the Sho-Ban News
  • Powwows
    LOTS of information
  • Red Bottom Celebration
    info from Travel Montana
  • OKC's Red Earth Festival
    "more than 1,500 Native American Dancers representing tribes from across North America assemble for the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City, the second weekend each June"
    "will primarily focus on the daily life activities of the different peoples (Europeans & Native Americans) that inhabited the Great Lakes region during the mid 1700's"
  • Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival
    info and pictures
  • Siksika Nation Powwow Page
    basic info
  • South Dakota Powwows
    listed by month, also has tribal addresses and phone numbers
  • Southern Native American Pow Wows
    place to find powwows and to learn about them, too
  • Standing Arrow Pow Wow
    info from Travel Montana
  • Stony Brook University Annual Pow Wow
    Stony Brook University
  • "Trail of Tears 1998"
    "(April 27 through August 2) We are a totally informal group who share a desire to walk the Trail of Tears. Our goal is not to re-enact but to symbolically undo and to honor our ancestors. Consequently, we intend to walk the trail from west to east"
  • Triangle Native American Society (TNAS) Pow Wow Site and Photo Album
    LOTS of info - in the Triangle area of North Carolina
  • Valley of The Chiefs Pow Wow and Rodeo
    info from Travel Montana
  • Wacipi PowWow
    a KTCA production...lots of info and pictures
  • Wallowa Band Nez Perce Pow Wow
    "helps to bridge cultural gap"

  • Smaller Sites with almost nothing but links

    1. AIRPI Links
      it has descriptions of the links
    2. Crazy Horse Memorial
      "A tribute to the Native American"
    3. Links to Information on Native Americans
      from The Office of Tribal Justice
    4. Dr. Maude Wahlman
      still-in-progress Webpage of Dr. Maude Wahlman, Art History Professor at UMKC
    5. Native American Links
      links and banners
    6. Native American Resource Guide
      links by catagory from USC
    7. ONABEN - A Native American Business Network links
      some northwestern sites
    8. Pages to visit
      from the American Indians at the University of Michigan,
    9. The Powwow Edition-Other Links
      from Ben Marra's photography site
    10. Reference Links
      from the Oglala Lakota College
    11. Tribal Preservation Program, National Park Service
      "Where Else to Go..."

    Miscellaneous Links

    Not necessarily American Indian Related, but worth a visit

    1. Whales4U Whale Watching Tips
      a page on whale watching tips
    2. The History Ring
      This is the Web Ring I started dedicated to internet sites on history
    3. Building Your Own Web Page Help
      Lots of links to people & places where you can get help to making your own web page
    4. History News Network
      tons of historical information!
    5. Hotsheet
      a comprehensive list of links to 400 sites by catagory
    6. NorthWestIndianFisheriesCommission Links
      an extensive list of links to this subject, other environmental area, and other subjects
    7. The Info Service
      a great resource guide for most anything on the web (not just Indian stuff)
    8. Martindale's The Reference Desk
      an absolutely massive general reference site
    9. My Virtual Reference Desk
      massive reference site
    10. The History and Research Area
      "This area provides a means to access various Revolutionary War related documents, mailing lists, and newsgroups available via the Internet."
    11. American Revolutionary Links
      a long list of links
    12. ANYDAY Today-in-History Page
      like this site (except not Indian-oriented), what happened on this date
    13. Malaspina Great Books Home Page
      access 1000s of "Great Books"
    14. A Web of On-line Dictionaries
      dictionaries in over 100 languages
    15. WWW Virtual Library: US Government Information Services
      access to government web sites
    16. THOR+: The Virtual Reference Desk
      another great reference source, @ Purdue University
    17. Search Engines -- Beaucoup!
      lots of search engines, all in one place -- great "list your URL" section, too
    18. World Heritage List
      lists places all over the world that people should/do cherish (some Indian)
    19. Repositories of Primary Sources
      "A listing of over 2700 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar."
    20. Site du Jour of the Day
      Edward Pelegrino's great page of unique & Interesting sites on the web! You can sign up for his daily e-mail or view the archives here
    21. Making of America
      "a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. "
    22. Camera Obscura
      "to facillitate easy and immediate access to the wealth of etextual resources on the internet to blind and visually handicapped individuals using speech-synthesis and/or refreshable-braille"
    23. CGRER: Maps and Reference
      "intended to be an introductory guide to some of the map and reference resources available via the World Wide Web"
    24. Internet Public Library
      historical reference section
    25. NEA's Education Links
      "a showcase for the best World Wide Web links about Teaching, Learning and Technology"
    26. Great Websites For Kids
      from the American Library Association
    27. Anthropology.Net
      nice research site
    28. Creative Writing for Kids
      very nice reference site

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