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Native American Project
Start with An Encyclopedia Article
Make your first stop
World Book Online
Use this number to enter the database -
If you don't have background knowledge about a topic, it is helpful to read an Encyclopedia article.
(I found all but Hohokam. For Pueblans - search Pueblo Indians)
- from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
- Another school librarian made this collection of resources all about the Iroquois.
- great article from the Arizona Museum of Natural History that goes through nearly all the areas on your assignment!
Hohokam Encylopedia Brittanica
- an article from EB. You can also click the links to websites and other content.
from the Hewitt Foundation - the article has different sections you can navigate to on the left menu bar or just read through the article and click next links on bottom of the page.
Who Were the Anasazi?
(Ancient Pueblo People) - US Department of the Interior has a FAQ format that asks and answers the same type of questions you are being asked for this assignment.
- short history from prehistoric to modern times from the University of Newfoundland.
The Inuit from Canadas First Peoples
- Helpful information. Be sure to scroll down for the pictures!
Apache Peoples from Ducksters
- from the University of Texas at Austin. A nice selection of images goes along with this article.
- resource guide from the Indian Health Service.
- from a nonprofit group Indians.org
Cherokee Peoples from Ducksters
History of the Cherokee Nation
- from the official Cherokee Nation website.
About the Cherokee
- from the Texas State Historical Association.
Algonquin Tribe Facts
- from the Facts4Me website.
- from Historic Canada.
Want some cool primary source pictures for your project?
Library of Congress' Native American History Collection
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to cite those sources.
There is a way you can SHARE a project with a classmate so you can both contribute to the bibliography!
Ask Dr. Wyatt if you need help.
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