American Indian Information
- Being 1/8 Native American I thought of the of using my heritage to
use for the SCA, but with no other Native American personas in my
area I decided against it.
But, if you seriously want to find language and history of the
different tribes than I thought I would help you out a little here.
Almost every tribe had a story about `The Three Sisters', `Mother
Earth and Grandmother Moon" and most called this country `Turtle
Island' There is also a story of how turtle island came about or was
Several books that I have read show that the Templar Knights came to
Canada/America before America was discovered by the main Europeans.
i.e. "The Knights Templar In The New World" by William E. Mann
Vikings also visited this area. My Viking books are in storage atm.
Other resource books:
"The Oxford History of The American People Volume 1 Prehistory to
1789" By Samuel Eliot Morison
"The Education of Little Tree", by Forrest Carter Will give you a
reference to the `Hunter & Gathers' lifestyle of the Native Americans
and their thoughts on the `white people'.
"Grandmothers Of The Light A medicine woman's sourcebook", by Paula
The rest of NA collection is on loan atm. When I get them back I will
send a list to you if you like. I have NA cookbooks, Fables,
reference books, children's resources for homeschooling, Wild edible
plants and how to harvest them and several others.
I have added modern day websites that contain link sections and
Indian History Sourcebook
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
U.S. Department of Health And Human Services Indian Health Service
Indian Country Today
Cherokee North Carolina
Indian Law Resource Center
American Indian College Fund
National Congress Of American Indians
Indian Summer Festival
United States Senate Committee On Indian Affairs
American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council
The Library Of Congress Omaha Indian Music
American Indian Environmental Office
California State University American Indian Studies
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
PBS Indian Resource Bank Starting with information in 1450'
Delaware Tribe Of Indians (Lenape)
WWW Virtual Library American Indians
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
American Indian Clothing and Regalia
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico
By Frederick Webb Hodge, Smithsonian Institution
Key words: American Indian, Wild Edible Plants of North America,
Harvest/gather in the wild, survival in the wild, spirit guides
You may want to look at state school systems, Boys and girl clubs and
the national foundation or school programs.
You may want to check MIT Opencourseware college classes for North
American Indian studies.
Have a blessed day,