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American Indian History and Related Issues (annotated links) (Troy Johnson, Cal State U., Long Beach)
American Historical Images on File: The Native American Experience ("comprehensive collection of images of Native American people"; "arranged chronologically from the prehistoric period and the Paleo-Indians to 1990") (Troy Johnson, California State U., Long Beach)
The American West (links arranged by topic, within the WWW Virtual Libray site) (Lynn H. Nelson and Nancy Sween, U. of Kansas)
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
Books about Cultural and Biological Impact  (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian (e-text of multi-volume work, along with background information) (Northwestern U. Library, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Tad Beckman (Harvey Mudd C.) Indians of the Great Basin (articles on historical eras of Western Native Americans)
H-AMINDIAN: New Media for Native Studies (program description, archives, and more) (Dept. of History, Arizona State U.)
Images of Native Americans (virtual exhibits, relating the history of such representations) (Bancroft Library, U. California, Berkeley)
Index of Native American History Resources on the Internet (links, arranged by topic, within the WWW-Virtual Library) (Karen M. Strom)
Indian Congress Tribal Delegates (includes historical overviews of numerous tribes) (Omaha Public Library)
Indian Wars (chronology of "named campaigns," followed by descriptions) (Center for Military History, US Army)
Native American History (links, arranged by subject) (Will Karkavelas, Osaka U.)
Maps of the Americas (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, U. Texas, Austin)
National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC)
Native American History (annotated links, arranged by region and by document type) (U. Washington Libraries)
Phil Konstantin This Day in North American Indian History (description of book; includes numerous annotated links in history section)
Against the Winds: Native American Running Traditions (virtual exhibit) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Smithsonian Institution: Native American Resources (links and exhibits) (Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman First Nations Histories (historical articles, arranged by tribe)
U. S. History Maps (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, UT Austin) 
US-Indian Treaties and Related Documents
Andrew Jackson Indian Removal: Extract from Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message to Congress (in the Archives of the West) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Kappler Project: Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (links to primary sources, in multi-volume edition begun by Charles J. Kappler, extending to 1971) (Oklahoma State U.)
Native Americans Constitution and Law Digitization Project (numerous legal documents archived within) (U. of Oklahoma Law Library and The National Indian Law Library)
Statutes of the United States Concerning Native Americans (primary sources, arranged by period) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
Treaties Between the United States and Native Americans (primary documents) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
U.S. Indian Policy, 1830-1890 (links to info and resources relating to Native Americans "designed as a resource for all those teaching and studying in France. The title of this page is the topic for the civilization subject of the agrégation [exam] for 1997") (J
World History Archives: The History of Native America ("world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)

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