25 years after the Black Hack War
Fort Boise Bead Trader
interesting pictures and stories about beading
Fort Louis de la Mobile, as illustrated by Nathan Glick
Fort Phil Kearny
"depicts Fort Phil Kearny as it was in June of 1867"
Free Spirit Gallery
"exquisite Inuit art (Eskimo art carvings) from the Arctic north amd magnificent Northwest Native art treasures"
Amelia Frost & the Presbyterian Mission
pictures of Indians in Idaho at the turn of the century
gallery of southwestern turtle island timeless land
great pictures from the Four Corners area
Images of Glen Canyon
includes rock art
Å Glîmpsê ât Mÿ Hêrîtâgê
some art & links
his jewelry & how he makes it
GRAVE CREEK MOUND
info on this area
lots of artwork here
a short page
samples of her batik work
Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment
detailed study with pictures
The Heard Museum
the big place in Phoenix
his paintings and about him
Hieroglyphs, Petroglyphs, Cave Art, Cave Paintings by PHOTOVAULT
lots of samples
High Noon Singers
"They have the honour of being this year's World Champions of drumming and singing. A title achieved at Schemitzun 1995"
Hollister Collection of Southwestern Native American Pottery
lots of pictures
info on this artist and his work
Ronald Honyouti & Family, Hopi Katsina Doll Carvers
excellent work...when you look at a specific carving, you can make it turn around
Rance Hood Gallery
lots of artwork
an excellent looking site with many sculptures
The Oscar Howe Collection
"Oscar Howe (1915 - 1983), a Yanktonai Sioux born on the Crow Creek Reservation in South Dakota, was one of the first and most distinguished graduates of the Santa Fe Indian School's art program in the 1930s"
her site, her work: weaving, robes, carvings, silkscreens, etc.
Doug Hyde, Nez Perce/Chippewa/Assiniboine
Images for Eternity
West Mexican Tomb Figures from the Hudsom Museum
Images of sites in California
Imaging and Imagining the Ghost Dance
James Mooney's 1891-1893 pictures and descriptions
Index of Native American Art Related Exhibits on the Internet
very detailed links page
Index of Native American Artists on the Internet
Links to LOTS of artists, by Karen Strom
Index of Native American Commercial Galleries on the Internet
Links to LOTS of galleries, by Karen Strom
Index of Native American Music Resources on the Internet
Links to LOTS of musicians, by Karen Strom
The Indian Art Centre
"is a longstanding cultural centre that supports and promotes the visual arts of the First Nations in Canada."
Indian Arts & Crafts Association
"non-profit organization...to support the effective protection & ethical promotion of authentic Native American art & material culture"
from the Smithsonian
a chuckle or two
"NOTES BY ES CURTIS"
"American Indian Stunt Performers for film and television, Horse training, Sales, and Educational Workshops"
about this group
Indigenous Mexican Images
some really good pictures in Mexico
Institute of American Indian Arts
Art & more
Institute of American Indian Arts
lots of work here
Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
"home to the National Collection of Contemporary Indian Art, the most comprehensive collection of contemporary Indian art presented from an Indian perspective"
VARIOUS SELECTED PHOTOS OF ISHI AND THE EARLY MUSEUM
The Journey Museum Home Page
some pictures & descriptions of their exhibits
Judy's MOCCASIN and MUKLUK page
"I will share with you photographs of some of the footwear I have designed and made"
the Kroeber collection
"As an abstract artist, my inspirations come mostly from the Navajo female weavers in my family."
The Kimbell Art Museum Collection
about his music
Koshare Indian Museum
I visited the nice museum in La Junta, Colorado
"Spiritual, Cultural and Environmental Personal Adornment" by Nathan J Lefthand
from the Ohio Historical Society
about Hawk and flutes
Little Island Cree
"participated at the World Championships of Song and Dance in Connecticut where they had the honours of being this years Hand Drum Champions."
Charles Littleleaf - Native American Flute Player
very nice with music samples
Living in Balance: The Universe of the Hopi, Zuni, Navajo & Apache
"The culture and cultural perspectives of four Native American peoples of the Southwest are the focus of this exhibition"
Merle Locke - Lakota Sioux
very nice artwork
The Patricia Logie Collection
photos by Alfred Kroeber