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Basketry

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California Indian Basketry - Shapes and uses of California Indian basketry.
Hopi Basketry - The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office presents photographs of Hopi baskets, information on the history of Hopi basketry, techniques used to weave their baskets, and how the baskets were used.
Hopi Baskets - Hopi Basketry presentation. Includes: ceremony and symbolism, basket designs, uses of Hopi baskets, and techniques and tools used for making and decorating baskets.

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Dance
Big Sur Natives - Dance and percussion group located in Big Sur California.
Dustyn Medicine Wolf - Traditional Native American dance and music performances, history, stories, and personal artwork.
Native Nations Dance Theater - Upcoming Native American Indian events, photos, news, trading post & store, educational dance presentations for K-12, organizations and clubs.
The Northern Shadow Dancers - A first nations dance troupe from Northern British Columbia. These representatives of native culture have performed in Europe.
Red Earth Dances - Site sponsored by Powersource, a definition page on the dance "styles" of Native America.
Tlanextli Aztec Dancers - Indigenous, traditional dancers from Tacuba (Tlacopan), Mexico City. Offers colorful pictures of the group in full dress and calendar of related events.
Yellow Bird Productions - Authentic Native American Dances including Apache and northern plains dances. Four-time World's Champion Teen Hoop Dancer, Tony Duncan.

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Film
Ableza - Native American Arts and Film Institute is dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting traditional and contemporary arts by Native American Peoples. Site includes links to related areas

American Mystery - PBS - Companion site for the movies of Tony Hillerman's Navajo police novels: Skinwalkers, Coyote Waits, and A Thief of Time. Includes a section about the Navajo nation and its lands as well as Hillerman's commentaries about them and the characters he created.

Native Americans in Film and Television - Annotated Bibliography of Materials in the University of California, Berkeley Libraries

Native Videos - Films and videos on the struggle of native peoples to preserve their land, heritage, culture and way of life; Narrated by Robert Redford and Joanne Woodward.

NativeCelebs - Native American actors and other celebrities. Photos, bios, and interviews.

Turtle Island Produictions - Métis-Ojibwe owned and operated video and web production company with an emphasis on Native American production and content.

Waasa Inaabidaa/We Look In All Directions - Campion website for the Emmy winning 6-hour PBS documentary series about the history, and culture of the Ojibwe people in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

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Folklore

Anishinabe

Algonquin Legends and Customs - Several traditional tribal stories and a song.

How Dogs Came to the Indians - An Ojibwa legend.

Indian Superstitions and Legends - Traditional tales and local stories of the Pokagan Algonquins.

Legends - The Saga of Iyash, in English and Severn Ojibwe (Oji-Cree).

Ojibwe Oral Tradition - Seventeen traditional stories from the Chippewa tribe.

Waganakising Odawa Story Page - Three Ottawa Indian legends.

Apache

Apache Creation Legend - Traditional tribal myth.

Apache Legend - Jicarilla story about the transmission of fire to humankind.

Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache Texts - 1938 collection of legends and traditional songs in Apache and English.

The Jicarilla Genesis - The Southwest Indian creation myth cycle as recorded by James Mooney.

Myths of the Jicarilla Apache - 1898 recording of several traditional legends.

The Slaying of the Monsters - A traditional Indian legend with some cultural commentary

Why the Bat Hangs Upside Down - A Lipan Apache legend.

Blackfoot

Blackfeet Creation Tale - Origin legend told by a tribal elder.

Blackfeet Tales - Five Napi (Old Man) legends from the Piegan and Siksika tribes.

How the Worm Pipe Came to the Blackfoot - A Siksika legend.

Little Friend Coyote - Piegan legend about an escaped Kutenai captive.

Native American Legends - Selection of Blackfeet and Kiowa tales.

Cherokee

Cherokee Legend - The story of how Opossum got his bare tail.

Cherokee Legends - Traditional stories retold by Eastern Cherokee children.

Cherokee Legends, Myths and Stories - Collection of tribal tales and oral history.

Cherokee Myths And Legends - Essay discussing the tribe's oral tradition.

Cherokee Stories - Archive of legends and traditional tales from an Indian cultural organization.

Origin of Disease and Medicine - A traditional Tsalagi folktale.

The Rabbit Goes Duck Hunting - A Tsalagi legend recorded by James Mooney.

Two Snipers Who Fancied Themselves Ducks - Article on two killers' use of an old Indian tale about a duck in a noose.

Uktena - A traditional Indian story told by Appalachian storyteller Gary Carden.

Iroquois

Birch Bark Legends of Niagara - Nineteenth-century collection of Six Nations tales.

De-Ka-Nah-Wi-Da and Hiawatha - Legends surrounding the historic Indian leaders Hiawatha and Dekanawida.

Iroquois Confederacy Stories - Collection of traditional Haudenosaunee legends.

Iroquois Myths and Legends - The Haudenosaunee creation myth and two Oneida tales.

Legend of the Big Dipper - An unattributed Haudenosaunee tale.

Seneca Indians: Stories and Legends - Traditional tales from the Seneca Nation.

Lenape

Looking Back: The Lenni-Lenape and The Red Record - Article endorsing the authenticity of the controversial "Red Record" (considered by others to be a hoax).

Walam Olum - Excerpt from the controversial Delaware "Red Record" of Rafinesque.

The Walam Olum of Constantine Rafinesque - Discussion of the Delaware Walam Olum and whether or not it was a forgery.

Navajo

Anasazi Diaspora - The fate of the ancient Anasazi as told by Dine artist Shonto Begay

The Legend of Spider Rock - Spider Woman and the origin of Shiprock.

The Navajo Creation Story - Unattributed recounting of the Diné origin myth.

Noqoìlpi, the Gambler - Dine myth about a wager between Navajo and Pueblo gods

Spider Woman - Story of the Dineh culture heroine.

Story of the Two Brothers - Dine legend of Nayenezrani and Tobajischini, children of the sun.

Sioux

Camping With the Sioux - Folktales and corrupted Iktomi myths from the 1881 fieldwork diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher.

Dahcotah, or, Life and Legends of the Sioux around Fort Snelling - Scanned-in text of the 1818 collection of Dakota tradition.

A Dakota Legend of Creation - Origin myth with a brief glossary of Siouan gods.

Iktomi and Coyote - An annotated Dakota legend.

Myths and Legends of the Sioux - Collection of tales from the author's Dakota grandmother.

Old Indian Legends - Traditional stories from 20th-century Dakota author Zitkala-Sa.

Wicoh'an Otehike - Lakota mythology, legends, and analysis.

Wabanaki

The Abenaki Perspective on Storytelling - Author Joseph Bruchac on his tribe's oral tradition. Three traditional folktales are also presented.

Acacia Artisans: Stories and Facts - Penobscot legends and miscellaneous Indian oral history.

The Algonquin Legends of New England - Charles Leland's rendition of various Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot tales, including both native and non-native elements.

Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg - A tale of magical little beings in Maliseet folklore.

Malecite and Passamaquoddy Tales - Overview of the oral tradition, the Kluskap cycle, and folktales translated from the original Indian languages.

Mi'kmaq Indian Cinderella and the Invisible One - Micmac-French fusion legend, with critical interpretation by an Ojibwe author.

Of Glooskap's Birth - Deconstruction of a 19th-century folklorist's embellishments to the Glooskap myth cycle.

Storytelling - Folktales of the Micmac and Maliseet Indians.

Teachings from the Medicine Wheel - Five traditional stories in English, Micmac and Maliseet

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Literature

Cherokee

Native American Authors: Cherokee Tribe - Profiles and links about 47 different Cherokee authors.

Tsalagi (Cherokee) Literature - Page includes about 10 traditional Cherokee stories, as well

Uktena - A traditional Cherokee story told by Appalachian storyteller Gary Carden.

Myths

Aadizookaan - Traditional Stories, Legends, and Myths - Extensive collection of annotated links to traditional stories, myths, and legends from many different Native American Nations.

The Encyclopedia of Hotcâk (Winnebago) Mythology - Articles, stories, and histories, edited and compiled by Richard L. Dieterle, with genealogies, bibliography, and links.

Haliksai! This Is How It Was - Hopi myth excerpted from Harry C. James' book "Pages From Hopi History."

Mamit Innuat: Innu Mythology - Overview from the website of the Innu Nation (formerly known as Montagnais or Naskapi) of Nitassinan (eastern Quebec and Labrador).

Many Swans: Sun Myth of the North American Indians - By Amy Lowell (1920), e-text from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library.

The Myth of Hiawatha and Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians - By Henry R. Schoolcraft (1856), e-text from Early Canadiana Online.

The Myths of the New World: A Treatise on the Symbolism and Mythology of the Red Race of America - By Daniel G. Brinton (1868), e-text from Early Canadiana Online.

Notes on Eskimo Traditions - Article by Harlan I. Smith (1893?), e-text from Early Canadiana Online.

Storytelling: the Art of Knowledge - Stories from Canada's First Peoples: the Inuvialuit, the Algonquin, the Métis and Cree, the Nisga'a, the Abenaki and the Mi'kmaq

Tales of the North American Indians - Anthologized by Stith Thompson (1929), e-text from the Internet Sacred Text Archive.

The Thunder-bird Amongst the Algonkins - Article by A. F. Chamberlain (1890?), e-text from Early Canadiana Online.

Traditions of the Hopi - By H. R. Voth (1905), e-text from the Internet Sacred Text Archive.

White Buffalo Calf Woman Brings the First Pipe - A Lakota myth as told by Joseph Chasing Horse.

Yahoo! Groups: Native Ar - Native American mythology, folklore and stories.

Storytellers

Autumn Morning Star - Describes her storytelling and music. Includes biography, links, and calendar of her performances.

Roy Peters - "Ha-ge-o-ta" (he who travels in story and song) tells how he, a non-native, learned to make flutes and music from a Great One.

 
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