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Oklahoma links
Oklahoma Indian Nations
A list of Oklahoma tribes and information about origins from the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Native American Times
Site includes, stories, opinion, events, links, tribal news, events and jobs.
Oklahoma Tribal Officials
Click on the tribe to get Information about tribal officials from Oklahoma via the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum.
Oklahoma and Other Tribal Officials
Information about tribal officials from Oklahoma and other states from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Oklahoma Indian Health Service
IHS's district office with information about other offices in the state and medical programs.
Native American Cultural and Education Authority
Board promotes American Indian culture and education.
Native Americans and Public Policy
Guide to the Carl Albert Congressional Archives at the University of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Indian Legal Services
Not-for-profit group provides legal assistance to low-income Native Americans.
Cherokee
Site includes history, culture, election results, health, community development, tribal constitution, government and court system.
Cheyenne and Arapaho
Site includes culture, government, education, health, development, social services and safety.
Chickasaw
Site includes cultural heritage, newspaper, lineage research, tribal constitution, government and court system.
Comanche
Site includes history, art, photos, stories, timeline, chat, treaties, genealogy, songs and book reviews.
Creek
Muscogee (Creek) Nation site includes information about tribal history, artists, festivals, agrculture, education, government, marketplace and volunteering.
Delaware
The site includes history, culture, audio language and bird names, and humor.
Iowa
The site includes history and movement, tribe today, repatriation, amd business committee.
Kaw
Information includes history, culture, greenhouse, weather, medical services, and enterprise.
Miami
Information includes the history of the Miami tribes of Oklahoma and Indiana, treaties, language, and individual tribe pages.
Osage
Site includes tribal government, educational opportunities, tribal museum, and news releases.
Pawnee
Information includes history, associations and activities, programs, Tribal Council and links to other sites.
Peoria
Site includes tribal government, cultural activities, programs, and services.
Potawatomi
Information includes link to history, art gallery, news releases, HowNikan, programs, and enterprises.
Sac and Fox
Information includes history and links to other site of interest to Native Americans.
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
Information includes history, culture, religion and schools, tribal government and economy, and horsemen.
Shawnee
Information includes history, treaties, lawsuits, links to other sites.
Wichita and Affifiliated Tribes
Information includes culture, programs, organizations, officers and news releases.
OSU Native American Student Organization
Site includes information about the group, meetings, events and links.

National Links

Organizations
Native American Journalists Association
Association of Native American journalists.
American Indian Movement
Site includes history, policy stands, speeches, chapters, and archives.
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
Site includes demographic and population figures by state for tribes in Alaska, California, Idaho,.Montana, Washington and Oregon, resolutions, committees, and calendar of events.
American Indian Research and Policy Institute
Think tank's goal is to foster better-informed and culturally sensitive responses to the challenges of Native American life; sites includes forums and a examination of issues about U.S. tribal relations, sovereignty, enrollment and treaties.
Indian Defense League
Group fights for Indian rights, particularly in the Northeast.
Intertribal Buffalo Council
Works to assist tribes in re-establishing buffalo herds. Membership includes 56 tribes in 19 states.
National American Indian Housing Council
Group supports housing and site includes legislative news, tribal housing entities, resources and research, and training and technical assistance.
National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development
Site includes a database on Native American businesses, business services, links to regional offices, and scholarship information.
National Congress of American Indians
Site includes issues in Indian Country, tribal directory and national calendar.
National Indian Child Welfare Organization
Site includes policy statements, Pathways magazine, and membership information.
National Indian Gaming Association
Site includes gaming statistics, regulation, history and studies.
National Tribal Development Association
Site includes tribal development studies, handbook on incentives, resources and links.
Native American Rights Fund
Site includes archives, press releases, education law, profiles of corporate officers and key attorneys, and links to laws and treaties.
United National Indian Tribal Youth
National group promoting personal development, citizenship and leadership among youth.
Other Organizations
Extensive list of Native American Organizations via Yahoo!

Publications and Broadcasting
American Native Press Archive
An archive of the Native American press at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock.
Native Stories for Public Broadcasting
American Indian Satellite Radio Live on the Web; Native American Talking live forum; site also includes policy positions and a newsletter.
News from Indian Country
Independent news with print and radio reports.
Native American Times
Site includes, stories, opinion, events, links, tribal news, events and jobs.
Cherokee Messenger
Current and back issues of the officials Cherokee publication.
Cherokee Observer
Independent Cherokee newspaper.
Chickasaw Times
Official newspaper of the Chickasaw nation with back issues.
The Circle
Includes briefs from around the nation, editorials and opinion, tribal elections, arts, calendar and health care.
Indian Country Today
Billed as "nation's largest Indian newspaper," the site includes national and regional headline stories and a history of the publication.
Native Peoples Magazine
Focuses on a "sensitive portrayal of the arts and lifeways of Native American peoples."
Navajo-Hopi Observer
Online version includes news, sports, opinion, arts and community.
The Seminole Tribune
Official newspaper of the Seminole tribe of Florida.
Navajo Times
Includes stories, resources about Navajos, message board, chat room, newsletter.

General Reference
Native Americans Library
American Indian resources from the WWW Internet Library.
Tribal Government and Native Americans
U.S. government links to tribal government and Native Americans from USA.gov.
Federally Recognized Tribes
The Bureau of Indian Affairs' list of recognized tribes.
Federally Non-Recognized Tribes
List of tribes by state, including non-recognized tribes, from 500 Nations.
Native Tribes of the U.S. and Canada
List of tribes, including federally and state recognized tribes, and their addresses from dickshovel.com.
Tribal Leaders List
BIA's list of tribal leaders.
Trace Ancestry
Information about how to trace your Native American ancestry from the Department of the Interior.
Native American Authors
Information about American Indian authors by name, title or tria via and title via the Internet Public Library.
American Native Press Archive
An archive of the Native American press at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock.
Laws affecting Native Americans
The Internet Law Library's section on Indian nations and tribes.
Native American Constitutions and Laws
Native American constitutions, charters, codes, land titles and Supreme Court rulings.
Libary of Congress Law Links
Extensive links to laws and treaties from the Library of Congress.
FindLaw Links
Extensive links to laws and treaties from FindLaw.
Treaties and Laws
Digitized treaties from 1778 to 1883 and laws to 1913 from Oklahoma State University.
National Archeological Database
National database of archeological sites that also includes legal mandates and guidance.
Native American History
Index of Native American History on the Internet.
Native American Heritage
National Archives' page on Native American genealogy.
Native American Businesses
A database on Native American businesses via National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, business services, links to regional offices, and scholarship information.
Native American Art
Index of Native American art on the Internet.
Native Web
Links to a wide variety of tribal and cultural information.
Native American Resources on the Internet
Comprehensive site of Native American Web links.
Native Search
Resources for learning more about Native Americans.

Government Agencies
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Federal government's top site for Native American matters. Site includes recognized tribes, how to obtain recognition, tribal leaders list, statistics, education, housing and social services,
Federal Program Links for Tribal Government
Extensive links for federal programs to assist tribal government for FirstGov.
Office of Tribal Justice
Site includes Indian Country law enforcement, sovereignty policy, presidential statements and congressional testimony, and news releases.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Site includes legislation, upcoming hearings, briefings schedule, and news releases.
Indian Health Service
Information about Native American health programs.
HUD Office of Native American Programs
Information housing and community programs for American Indians from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
HHS's Administration for Native Americans
Program promotes economic and social self-sufficiency.
Office of Speical Trustee for Native Americans
Special trustee for Native American trusts.
EPA's American Indian Environmental Office
Site includes tribal contacts and grants, policies and initiatives, regulations and laws, and publications.

Languages
Native American Languages
Map with the major Native American language groups from John Rehling of Indiana University.
Native Languages of the Americas
Links to Native American language sites.
Native Language Page
Comprehensive list of Native American language sites from Lisa Mitten.
Original Tribal Names
Original tribal names and their meanings, along with other links about the tribe.
Tribal Names
The meanings of tribal names.

Tribes
Apache Tribe of Oklahoma
Information about the Apache tribe of Oklahoma. http://www.chiricahuaapache.org/
Chiricahua Apache Tribe
Information about the Chiricahua Apache tribe.
Jicarilla Apache Tribe
Information about the Jicarilla Apache tribe.
Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas
Information about the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas.
Ndeh - San Carlos Apache Tribe
Information about the Ndeh - San Carlos Apache tribe.
White Mountain Apache Tribe
Information about the White Mountain Apache tribe.
Yivapai Apache Tribe
Information about the Yivapai Apache tribe.
Blackfeet
Information includes history, the tribe today, culture, government, phone directory, government, tourism, and economic development.
Cherokee
Site includes history, culture, election results, health, community development, tribal constitution, government and court system.
Cheyenne and Arapaho
Site includes culture, government, education, health, development, social services and safety.
Chickasaw
Site includes cultural heritage, newspaper, lineage research, tribal constitution, government and court system.
Choctaw
Site includes history, news releases, program, events, tribal constitution, government and court system.
Comanche
Site includes history, art, photos, stories, timeline, chat, treaties, genealogy, songs and book reviews.
Creek
Muscogee (Creek Nation) site includes information about tribal history, artists, festivals, agrculture, education, government, marketplace and volunteering.
Delaware
The site includes history, culture, audio language and bird names, and humor.
Haida and Tlingit and of Alaska
The site includes history, gallery, services, and news releases.
Hopi
Information includes history, art and culture, position papers on current issues, bibliography, links to other sites.
Iowa
The site includes history and movement, tribe today, repatriation, amd business committee.
Iroquois Confederacy
Links to information about the Cayuga , Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Mohawk, Seneca, and Tuscarora.
Kaw
Information includes history, culture, greenhouse, weather, medical services, and enterprise.
Miami
Information includes the history of the Miami tribes of Oklahoma and Indiana, treaties, language, and individual tribe pages.
Navajo
Information includes history, culture, sacred mountains, leaders, Code Talkers, maps, government and executive platform to 2002.
Osage
Site includes tribal government, educational opportunities, tribal museum, and news releases.
Paiute
Information includes history, traditional life, language, stories and legends, dances and games, the tribe today, children's page and calendar of events.
Pawnee
Information includes history, associations and activities, programs, Tribal Council and links to other sites.
Peoria
Site includes tribal government, cultural activities, programs, and services.
Potawatomi
Information includes link to history, art gallery, news releases, HowNikan, programs, and enterprises.
Sac and Fox
Information includes history and links to other site of interest to Native Americans.
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
Information includes history, culture, religion and schools, tribal government and economy, and horsemen.
Seminole Nation of Florida
Information includes history, culture, government, tourism, Seminole Tribune and marketplace.
Shawnee
Information includes history, treaties, lawsuits, links to other sites.
Sioux -- Yankton
Information includes tribal homelands, members, maps and member accomplishments.
Sioux -- Oglala
Information includes tribal programs and others under construction.
Wichita and Affifiliated Tribes
Information includes culture, programs, organizations, officers and news releases.
Other Tribes
Links to other Native American tribes from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Oklahoma Web Resources

This page was created by Assistant Professor Stan Ketterer on May 3, 1999. It was last update Aug. 16, 2002