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Native Peoples Magazine - Each bi-monthly issue brings you American Indian history, contemporary arts, Native film, theatre, music, culture, Native American recipes, pow-wows & events in North & South America in exquisite full-color.

Indian Country Today - The Nation's Leading American Indian News Service. Indian Country Today is an award-winning multimedia publisher of news, information, and imagery relevant to the Indigenous people of the Americas. Our mission is to better the lives of Indigenous peoples by delivering accurate, relevant, and culturally sensitive content.
Lakota Peoples Law Project - Highest rating for Native American non-profit in all categories. Every year in South Dakota the state department of social services removes over 740 American Indian children from their homes, tearing them away from their families, their tribes and their traditions. Since 2006 the Lakota People's Law Project has been waging a comprehensive campaign to stop the state's actions and win the return of these children.

American Indian Art Magazine  For more than 30 years, American Indian Art Magazine has been the premier magazine devoted exclusively to the great variety of American Indian art. This beautifully illustrated quarterly features articles by leading experts, the latest information on current auction results, publications, legal issues, museum and gallery exhibitions and events.

Southwestern Association for Indian Arts - The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), sponsor of the Santa Fe Indian Market, is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to promoting Native American art and cultural heritage.
Santa Fe School of Cooking - Great cooking classes every month and a wonderful store for culinary supplies, cook books and utensils. Highly recommended!
Best of Zuni - A new website (launched in late 2014) featuring 35 years of collecting and trading the “Best of Zuni” - fetishes, jewelry, (vintage and contemporary), Kewa neckwear and many other interesting items. Traveling trader Dr. Harold Finkelstein is based in Capitan, NM
The Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1974 to support the ethical promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture.
Paleobree - a free and confidential information service for collectors of tribal art who purchase on the internet.
Home & Away Gallery, located in Kennebunkport, Maine, carries Native American jewelry, Native American beadwork, Native American baskets and more.
The Pottery House - Beautiful Hand made and hand painted functional stoneware pottery made in Winthrop, Maine
A Gallery of Nations - Native American jewelry, fetishes & pottery directly from Zuni Pueblo's Weahkee family which includes Lena Boone, Evalena Boone, Peter & Dinah Gasper, Debra Gasper, & Lynelle Besselente
Kirby Sattler Native American Art - Powerful portraits of Native Americans. Original paintings and reproductions; giclee fine art prints; limited edition prints and posters.
Bean Tree Pottery - Pottery Mosiacs, Classes & Artist in Residence - Westbrook, Maine
Tribe Azure Jewelry and Art ~ Innovative Native American Jewelry by Ron Henry, Navajo Designer and Contemporary Art by Various Artists.
ArtQuest is an art listing service connecting buyers and sellers of art by email. Special features include thousands of art works for sale, a Portrait Art GiveAway, Links Library, Bulletin Board and many free services. You'll see art listed by artists, galleries and dealers as well as those collectors who are looking to buy and sell paintings, sculpture, prints and more.
"Touch The Soul" Personal Coaching - Embrace change to a more joyful, authentic self.
Navajo Rug Repair Company - Navajo rug repairing, cleaning, tips on care, history, glossary of terms and bibliography.
The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association

School of American Research - A center for advanced study in anthropology, the humanities, and Native American art.

Home & Away - The Home & Away Gallery has a wonderful selection of Native American baskets by weavers of the Micmac, Penobscot, Passamaquoddy and other Northeast tribes - Mary Sanipasa, Pam Outdusis Cunningham, Barry Dana, Jeremy Frey, Clara Keezer, Fred Tomah and more. Located in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Fogler Museum - This is a guide to selected resources concerning Native American People in Maine that are located in the Special Collections Department or are available on the Internet. 
Clay Art Web Guide - Your Internet guide to pottery and ceramic information

First People ~ a web site dedicated to all First People of the Americas - a child friendly, educational site about American Indians and the First People.

 Abbe Museum in Maine - One of the greatest collections of Native American baskets -
a must see.

The Indian Arts and Crafts Board, an agency located in the U.S. Department of the Interior, was created by Congress to promote the economic development of American Indians and Alaska Natives through the expansion of the Indian arts and crafts market. A top priority of the IACB is the implementation and enforcement of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, a truth-in-advertising law that provides criminal and civil penalties for marketing products as "Indian-made" when such products are not made by Indians, as defined by the Act.

Revocation - 20 Medals of Honor given for Wounded Knee Massacre
The Jud Hartmann Gallery - Bronze sculptures of Native Americans and others, historical, Western and fine art. The Jud Hartmann Gallery in the coastal village of Blue Hill, Maine is open from June through the middle of September, and in Grafton, Vermont, you'll find the gallery open from mid-September through the holidays. The remaining six months of the year, the artist is in his studio, and while there's always something in progress in the gallery, most of his work is created during those winter and spring months. Currently there are more than 50 bronzes in the "Woodland Tribes Of The Northeast: The Iroquoians And The Algonkians" series, representing the first and by far the most comprehensive exploration of eastern native peoples ever undertaken.
Welcome to DirectoryMaine.com - Our Maine directory includes Maine Information and more!
Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness - Tribes, Tribal Council, Native American Organizations, Non-profit Organizations and Groups in the New England Area. The MCNAA mission is to develop and implement programs that serve the cultural and spiritual needs of Massachusetts Native Americans; to financially assist needy Native American residents with food ,heating costs, and college related expenses; to increase public understanding, awareness, and appreciation about Native Americans; and to preserve the cultural, spiritual, and traditional ways of the Native American.
The New England Native American Calendar - This calendar begins in the Spring when the plants and the animals give birth to new life. This life cycle is represented in a full color, 32-page calendar featuring a list of powwows, social events and important dates in our history as well as photos and biographies of today’s Native Americans who inspire our youth to keep their traditions and balance the teachings of the past with the present, to insure our future.
Simply Baskets has Artist Signed Hand Woven Collectible Baskets - Simply Baskets offers a wide variety of one-of-a-kind handwoven and artisan signed baskets, including vintage and antique baskets!
Houlton (Maine) Band of Maliseet Indians
Maine Penobscot Indians
The University of Maine's Hudson Museum - Permanent exhibits feature native peoples of Maine, the Arctic, Southwest and Northwest Coast, also Prehispanic Mesoamerica, and Panama.
Native American Art and Collectables
A unique array of handmade Native American gifts, decorated leather goods, willow dreamcatchers, beaded pipe hawks, walking sticks, handmade jewelry including horn and bone chokers, bracelets and earrings by Shirley Dining Fox and Clayton ThreeFeathers.

American Indian Education Foundation - To give Native American students the tools, resources, and opportunities to learn and succeed. By harnessing the power of knowledge, these future leaders can work to bring about positive changes in their own lives and their communities.

The American Indian Relief Council (AIRC) has one proven, successful answer: help Native Americans improve the quality of their own lives by providing opportunities for them to bring about positive changes in their own communities. AIRC offers a helping hand, not a handout.
Sioux Nation Relief Fund - The (SNRF) sponsors programs that address a wide variety of needs, from natural disasters to Elder nutrition, for Sioux Indians on the Northern Plains. We work with Gift-in-Kind organizations and donors who provide items like food, clothing, shoes, blankets, baby goods, personal hygiene products, and cleaning supplies. We store these goods in the SNRF distribution center, process them, match them up with the appropriate programs, and ensure the delivery to the program site.

Agora Gallery, Chelsea - SoHo, New York, NY
Contemporary fine art gallery established 1984. Art consulting services to private and corporate art collectors are provided. Locations in the SoHo and Chelsea art districts. Exhibiting painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and mixed media. Artist portfolios are reviewed. The sponsor of the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition.

Native Tech - An internet resource for indigenous ethno-technology focusing on the arts of Eastern Woodland Indian Peoples, providing historical & contemporary background with instructional how-to's & references.
Art-Mine.com, original art online - Wide variety of original fine art for sale. Personalized art consulting services. Mediums include; paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, mixed media and more. Under the management of Agora Gallery. Established in 1984.
Native American Indian Pottery - A collection of authentic, hand-made Native American pottery, storytellers and nativity sets.

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