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Native Art Gift Shop Flags and Powwow Power Com

Native Art Gift Shop (Native pride caps, bead work, mask art and powwow t-shirts, mouse pads, art prints, rawhide shields  & much more)

Native Expressions (Museum quality clay/mixed Native American inspired masks and art)

Austin Powwow (Texas powwow hosted by Great Promise for American Indians)

Taos Pueblo Powwow (Powwow hosted by one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States)

Native American Activities (Free Tribal Specific Native American art projects and lesson plans for teachers and children)

Denver March Powwow (Known as one of the top 10 the largest powwows in the U.S.)

Wolf Mountain Santuary (Nonprofit organization dedicated to the preserving/protecting/managing wolves in the wild and in captivity.

Snowwowl (Native American information site-articles, comments, stories, artists, powwows and all kinds of things Native American)

United Tribes International Powwow (One of the premier cultural events of North Dakota)

Manataka American Indian Council (History, herbal medicine, art, stories, religion, powwows, trading post, crafts and much more)

History of Masks (Mask history, facts and more)

Native Tech (American Technology & Art)

Native Heritage Project (Document the Native  peoples as they obtained surnames and entered recorded history in the continental U.S.)

Mexican Masks (Mask relevant subjects directed toward both the traveled collector of Latin American ethnic art as well as those interested in Mexican culture.)

Marin Museum of the American Indian (History and culture of Native Americans in California and other regions of the country)

Indians.Org (American Indian tribal directory, articles, literature and more

Cowboys & Indians Magazine (Premier magazine of the West)

Johnny D. Boggs (Multiple award winning western writer)

New Mexico Powwows (Your number one source for powwow related information in the state of New Mexico)

Indian Voices (Multicultural News From An American Indian Perspective)

Hoopa Tribal Radio (KIDE-Hoopa 91.3 FM Tribally Owned and Operated Community Radio)

Native Languages of the Americas (Native Languages of the Americas: Preserving and promoting American Indian languages)

In Tlanextli Tlacopan (Traditional Aztec Fire Dancers from Mexico City)

Micki Free, Warrior Rocker & Gypsy Cowboy (Native American Musician)

Amado Pena’s Art Gallery (Paintings, drawings, limited edition prints by New Mexico artist)

Steve Reevis, Blackfeet Actor (Native American actor)

John Balloue (Cherokee artist with national acclaim for his beautiful and colorful art)

Stanford Powwow (Stanford American Indian Organization sponsors one of the largest powwows in California)

Native Web (Excellent resources for indigenous cultures around the world)

Gathering of Nations (One of the largest powwows in the U.S.; Miss Indian World Traditional Talent Presentations, & art market)

Southwest Cuisine (Free Southwest style recipes, botanical art prints, Southwest style gifts, hot links & botanical remedies)

Native American Art and Collectables (Collectibles and large selection of native art and products)

Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History (Highlights of their collections include Native American baskets, pottery and textiles)

Indian Country Media Network (Native American culture, education, history, news, travel and much more)

Native Times (Native news, culture, business, culture and more)

Native Peoples Magazine (First magazine dedicated to the issues important to Indigenous peoples of the Americas)

Native News On Line (Celebrating Native voices; education, entertainment, health, opinion, travel, etc.)

Native Arts & Cultures Foundation (Native led nonprofit organization dedicated to the perpetuation of native arts and cultures nationwide)

National Museum of the American Indian (Advancing knowledge and understanding of the Native cultures of the Western Hemisphere)

California Indian Museum & Cultural Center (Showcases California Indian cultures to protect serve and protect)

Heard Museum (Presentation, interpretation and advancement of American Indian art)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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