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General Resources for Native North American Nations and Cultures
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet (index of resources includes indices for art and artists, museums, history, culture and more) (WWW Virtual Library, Karen Strom)
American Indian Resource Center (extensive online resource for American Indian culture and history, focuses on Indian communities in Virginia) (College of William and Mary)
Native American Indian Art (extensive information on Native American art includes museum collections and exhibitions, contemporary and historical art techniques and more) (Paula Giese)
American Indian History and Related Issues (website offers extensive overview of online resources for American Indian history, includes art information and many good images) (T. Johnson, California State U. Long Beach)
Native American Arts and Technology (site explores the art of the Eastern Woodland Indians from historical and contemporary perspectives, includes images, articles and other resources) (Native Tech)
The Official Hopi Cultural Preservation Office (homepage includes information on contemporary and historical Hopi arts and crafts, research guidelines, grant information and more)
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Woven by the Grandmothers: 19th century Navajo Textiles (extensive introduction and images) (WETA)
A Nampeyo Pottery Showcase (introduction, good images, timeline, bibliography and other resources on the museum's pottery collection of Hopi-Tewa artist Nampeyo) (Arizona State Museum)

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