TRIBAL NATION CASE STUDIES

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# Tribal nation Other tribal name(s) (and language family)

Lands in states/ provinces

Book/chapter sources (check in library) Native website sources and current issues
1 Lake Superior Ojibwe

Chippewa, Anishinaabeg

(Algonquian language family)

N. WI, N.E. MN, U.P.

Loew (pp 54-83)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp10-11, 14-15)

Walleye Warriors

Paths of the People

Ojibwe bibliography

Native American Communities in Wisc.

GLIFWC

Midwest Treaty Network

Understanding the Conflict

Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa

Mille Lacs

2 Other Ojibwe

Chippewa, Ojibwa, Anishinaabeg, Anishinabek

(Algonquian language family)

N.W. MN, S. MI, ND, S. Manitoba, Ontario

Same as above

LaDuke, Ch. 6

Culture/history

Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa

White Earth Land Recovery Project

Union of Ontario Indians

Nawash (Lake Huron)

3 Potawatomi

Pottawatomie,
Bodewadmi, Nishnawbe

(Algonquian language family)

WI, MI, Ontario, KS, OK

Loew (pp 84-99)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 12-15)

Potawatomi bibliography

Native American Communities in Wisc.

Forest County Potawatomi

Potawatomi Web

Culture/language

4 Menominee

Omaeqnominnewwuk

(Algonquian language family)

WI

Loew (pp 24-39)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 6-7, 14-15)

Menominee bibliography

Sustaining the Forest

Freedom with Reservation

Native American Communities in Wisc.

Siege & Survival

Menominee Treaty Rights

Menominee Clans Story

Midwest Treaty Network

College of the Menominee Nation

Sustainable forestry (pdf)

5 Oneida

Onyota'a:ka

Part of Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy)

(Iroquoian language family)

WI, NY, Ontario

Loew (pp 100-112)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 6-7, 14-15)

Oneida Land Claims

Oneida secondary sources

Oneida bibliography

Native American Communities in Wisc.

Oneida Nation WI

Oneida Nation NY

Oneidas for Democracy

Degiyagoh.net

Museum

Natural World

6 Mohican

Muhhekaneok

Stockbridge- Munsee Band (WI)

(Algonquian language family)

WI, NY, NJ, MA

Loew (pp 113-123)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 6-7)

Mohican history & bibliography

Native American Communities in Wisc.

Mohican Nation

Stockbridge-Munsee

7 Dakota

Santee Sioux, Mdewakanton Dakota

(Siouan language family)

MN, NE, E. SD

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 8-9)

History of Santee Sioux

Through Dakota Eyes

Lakota/Dakota Bibliography

Prairie Island Community

Prairie Island Coalition

Mendota Community

Mendota oaks

Midwest Treaty Network

8 Lakota

Teton Sioux

(Siouan language family)

W. SD, ND

Lakota Woman

Ohitika Woman

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

Black Elk Speaks

Crow Dog

Lakota/Dakota Bibliography

Black Hills Defenders

Yankton burials

Lakota Journal

Lakota Mall links

Teton Sioux Treaty Council

Rosebud hog farm

Stronghold

Natural World

White Clay alcohol

9 Ho-Chunk

Winnebago, Hocak, Hochungra, Hotcak

(Siouan language family)

WI, NE

Loew (pp 40-53)

Wisconsin's Past & Present (pp 8-9, 14-15)

Ho-Chunk bibliography

Mountain Wolf Woman

Ho-Chunk Chiefs

Native American Communities in Wisc.

Ho-Chunk Nation (WI)

Winnebago Tribe (NE)

Midwest Treaty Network

Ho-Chunk links

Winnebago books

10 Navajo

Diné

(Athabascan language family)

AZ, NM, UT

Book of the Navajo

Diné: A History

Navajo bibliography

Navajo Atlas

The Wind Won't Know Me

Navajo sandpainting

Four Corners

Black Mesa

Coal slurry protests

Navajo Nation

Diné CARE

Uranium mining

Uranium links

11 Hopi

Moqui

(Aztec-Tanoan language family)

AZ

Book of the Hopi

Fourth World of the Hopis

No Turning Back

Hopi migrations

Hopi Survival Kit

Four Corners

Hopi bibliography

Navajo-Hopi land dispute

Hopi Cultural Preservation office

Black Mesa

Natural World

12 Pueblo tribes Taos, Picuris, San Juan, Santa Clara, Nambe, San Ildefonso, Pojoaque, Tesuque, Jemez, Sandia, Isleta (Aztec-Tanoan family); Laguna, Acoma, Cochiti, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo, San Felipe, and Zia (Keresan family); Zuñi (Penutian family) NM

Pueblo Nations

Pueblo Indians

Pueblo partial bibliography

Zuni Atlas

Archaeology sources

Visitors' Guide

Pueblo Indian overview

Cultural Center

Zuni Salt Lake

Search for Pueblo tribes listed at left

13 Apache

Jicarilla, Mescalero, Chiricahua, San Carlos, White Mountain

(Athabascan language family)

AZ, NM

Wisdom Sits in Places

Apache bibliography

History & Culture Portrait

Eagles of the Southwest

Once They Moved Like the Wind

Apache links

Mount Graham & case

Mescalero nuclear waste

14 Tohono O'odham

Papago

(Aztec-Tanoan language family)

AZ, Mexico

Of Earth and Little Rain

The Desert Smells Like Rain

Desert Indian Woman

Sharing the Desert

Citizenship bill

A nation divided

Tohono O'odham Today

Community Action

Mexican office occupation

15 Tlingit and Haida (Na-Dené language family, also including Athabascan) AK, BC

Images of a People

Haa Aani, Our Land

Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands)

Memory Eternal (Russians)

Against Culture

Tlingit-Haida Council

Haida Gwaii forests

Natural World

AK Native Knowledge Network

ANCSA Resource Center

AK Federation of Natives

16 Northern Athabascan

Dené

(Athabascan language family)

AK, Yukon, NWT

Arctic Refuge: Circle of Testimony

Under the Arctic Sun

We Traveled from Place to Place

Two Old Women

Northern Athabascan Survival

Gwich'in & ANWR

ANCSA & Alaska Federation of Natives

Alaska Native Knowledge Network

Chickaloon village

Subsistence rights

Gwich'in Environmental Knowledge

 17 Inuit

Eskimo

(Eskimo-Aleut language family)

AK, Yukon, Nunavut, Quebec, Russia, Greenland

Alaska to Nunavut

The Road to Nunavut

Inuksuk Book

Arctic Crossing

Gift of the Whale

Inuit Circumpolar Conference

Nunavut (Canada)

Inupiaq (AK)

ANCSA & Alaska Federation of Natives

Alaska Native Knowledge Network

 18 Cree

Eeyou

(Algonquian language family)

Alberta, Sask., Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec

 Defending the Land

The Eeyou

Never Without Consent

Religious Persistence

Plot to Drown the Northwoods

James Bay Memoirs

Quebec dams

Manitoba dams

Quebec referendum 1995

Saskatchewan uranium mining

 19 Seminole

Simanoli

(Muskogean language family)

FL, OK, TX

LaDuke, Ch. 2

Seminoles of Florida

Seminole bibliography

Black Seminoles

Seminole Nation (OK)

Seminole Nation (FL)

Traditional Seminole (FL)

Everglades land acquisition

 20 Western Shoshone

Newe

(Aztec-Tanoan language family)

NV, CA, UT

LaDuke, Ch. 5

Road on Which We Came

The Way It Is

Shoshone Mike

Shoshone-Paiute bibliography

Western Shoshone Defense Project

Nuclear issues1 2

Western Shoshone sovereignty

Western Shoshone history

 21 Blackfeet

Siksika

Pikuni

Blood and Piegan (Alberta)

(Algonquian language family)

MT, Alberta

 Blackfeet bibliography

Rebirth of Blackfeet Nation

Tales of Glacier Park

The Sun Came Down

Blackfeet Nation

Blackfeet Reservation

Badger-Two Medicine

 22 Nez Perce

Nimiipu

(Penutian language family)

ID, OR, WA

Salmon & the People

Yellow Wolf

Hear Me My Chiefs

Nez Perce bibliography

CRITFC

Lewis & Clark

Nez Perce Tribe (ID)

Columbia-Snake dams

 23 Puget Sound tribes Lummi, S'Klallam, Klallam, Muckleshoot, Upper Skagit, Squaxin I., Nisqually, Nooksack, Puyallup, Swinomish, Sauk-Suiattle, Tulalip, Skokomish, Stillaguamish, Suquamish, Quinault (Salish language family); Makah (Wakashan family); Quileute (Chimakuan family) WA

Treaties on Trial

Salmon resources

Messages from Frank's Landing

Comanagement

Indians in the Making

NWIFC

Makah Nation

Makah whaling conflict

For the Sake of the Salmon

Washington treaties

Tulalip Natural Resources

Search for tribes listed at left

 24 Mohawk

Kahniakehake

Part of Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy)

 

(Iroquoian language family)

NY, Ontario, Quebec

LaDuke, Ch. 1

Akwesasne Notes

In Defense of Mohawk Land

Heeding Voices of Our Ancestors

This Land is Our Land

Entering the War Zone

White Roots of Peace

Debating Democracy

Iroquois Constitution

Basic Call to Consciousness (parts 2, 3)

Mohawk Nation

Council of Chiefs

Akwesasne Environment

Natural World

Degiyagoh.net

Oka Crisis 1990

 25 Innu

Montagnais-Naskapi

(Algonquian language family)

Quebec, Labrador

LaDuke, Ch. 3

Nitassinan

Way of Life That Does Not Exist

People of Sheshatsit

Canada's Tibet

Innu bibliography

Innu Nation

Low-level flights

Voisey's Bay mine

Innu Nation land claim

 26 Choctaw

Chata

(Algonquian language family)

 OK, MS

Removal of the Choctaw

Rise & Fall of Choctaw Republic

History of the Choctaw

Choctaw Nation

Roots of Dependency

Choctaw bibliography

Choctaw Nation (OK)

Choctaw links

Choctaw Indians

 27 Northern Cheyenne

Tsitsistas

(Algonquian language family)

MT

LaDuke, Ch. 4

Morning Star Dawn

Tell Them We Are Going Home

Northern Cheyenne & Energy Crisis

People of the Sacred Mountain

Northern Cheyenne Net

Social Preservation Project

Environmental Justice

Sand Creek massacre

Northern Cheyenne links

History bibliography

 28 Crow

Absaroka,

Apsaalooke

(Siouan language family)

MT

Parading Through History

From the Heart of Crow Country

History & Culture of Crow

Crow Nation

CrowNations.net

Crow bibliography

 29 Micmac

Mi'kmaq

(Algonquian language family)

ME, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec

Resistance, Accommodation, & Cultural Survival

Our Lives in Our Hands

Red Earth

On the Trail of Elder Brother

Burnt Church news

Burnt Church fishery

Atlantic Policy Congress

Mikmaq.net

Mikmaq links

 30 Yakama

Yakima

(Penutian language family)

 

 Empty Nets

Time of Gathering

Powwow & other traditions

Columbia River bibliography

Hanford nuclear legacy

Kennewick Man & Skull Wars

CRITFC

Yakama Nation

Columbia-Snake dams

Hanford nuclear dump

Alcohol ban conflict

Recalling Celilo Falls

 31  Cherokee

Tsalagi

Ani-Yun'wiya

(Iroquoian language family)

 NC, OK

Cherokee Nation bibliography

Books on Cherokee

Blood Politics

Trail of Tears

Eastern Homeland

Legal Ideology of Removal

Cherokee History

Cherokee Nation (OK)

Eastern Cherokee (NC)

Cherokee Indian links

Cherokee National Historical Society

 32  Creek

Muscogee

(Muskogean language family)

 OK

Creek Indian bibliography

Destruction and Regeneration

The Only Land They Knew

A Sacred Path

Muscogee Creek Nation

Muscogee (Creek) History

Creek Indian Researcher

Creek links & Intro

Study of Creek Indians

 33 Yurok

Olekw'ol

(Algonquian language family)

 CA

The Fisherman's Problem

Standing Ground

Reminiscences of a Yurok Woman

Basket Weavers

Restoring the Klamath Basin

Yurok homepage

Yurok Tribe

Klamath fishing

Salmon controversy

Basketweavers Assoc.

 34  Osage

Wasash

(Siouan language family)

 OK

Invasion of Indian Country (Chapter 2)

The Underground Reservation

Osage & the Invisible World

Earth People/Sky People

Hegemony on the Prairie/Plains

Osage Nation

Osage Indians

Archives of Oklahoma

Osage in Indian Territory

 35  Flathead

Salish and Kootenai

(Salish language family)

 MT

Meat for My Salish (buffalo)

Flathead Indians of Montana

Hell Gate Treaty

Libby Dam

Salish & Kootenai Tribes

Char-Koosta News

People's Center

Salish & Kootenai links

Salish-Kootenai College

 

 

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