Indians.org – This website is managed by the American Indian Heritage Foundation. The group was established in 1973 “to provide relief services to Indian people nationwide, to build bridges of understanding and friendship between Indian and non-Indian people.” The website has resources including books, articles, and resource directories.
Chippewa Tribe in Minnesota – This site hosts a variety of resources and information points about the Chippewa Tribe in Minnesota including educational, financial, election, employment, and environmental services offered by the tribe.
Native American Cradleboards – This site explains the history and purpose of cradleboards as used by American Indians. There is even a craft listed at the end of the site, teaching how to make your own mini cradleboard!
Minnesota Indian Affairs Council – The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council has a mission to “protect the sovereignty of the eleven Minnesota tribes and ensure the well-being of all American Indian citizens throughout the state of Minnesota.” This website is a central location of information, resources, events, and legislation to work toward attaining these goals.
Twin Cities PBS – The Public Broadcasting System station in the Twin Cities has a collection of videos available for public consumption. Linked here are the search results for American Indians. These videos will add further depth to your knowledge of this Minnesota cultural group, especially the more current events and issues the various American Indian communities face.