American Indian Higher Education Consortium Now 37 tribal colleges strong
American Indian Report American Indian Report News Blog
American Native Press Archives Tribal Writers Digital Library Sequoyah Research Center, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Indian Country Today Media Network Serving the Nations/Celebrating the People
indianz.com American Indian news aggregate and reporting source
KILI RADIO The voice of the Lakota Nation!
NATIVE AMERICA CALLING Your National Electronic Talking Circle - Currently airing on KILI at 11am, Monday-Friday
Native American Writers Early Native American Literature (18th & 19th centuries)
NATIVE NEWS ONLINE.NET Celebrating Native Voices
Native Sun News American Indian reporting from Rapid City, SD Archives available on campus only 2015-
NATIVE TIMES News from the crossroads of Indian Country
REZNET Reporting from Native America
Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education Check out the annual TCJ Student Writers Competition
VISION MAKER MEDIA Native Stories for Public Broadcasting
Wordcraft Circle Native writers and storytellers collective
RESOURCES AT WOKSAPE TIPI
AMERICAN INDIAN DATABASES
American Indian Experience Contact the library for the username and password to this database. Full-text digital resource exploring the histories and contemporary cultures of the indigenous peoples of the United States. Contact the library for the username and password to this database.
North American Indian Thought & Culture Contact the library for the username and password to this database. Publisher of scholarly databases in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
American Indian Histories and Cultures Our newest database showcasing unique source material from the Newberry Library.
Native Daughters Collection of stories, profiles, and multimedia projects about American Indian Women from the University of Nebraska. No login required.
Studies in American Indian Literatures (SAIL) Project MUSE provides full access to this journal published by University of Nebraska Press (2004-Present)
Carlisle Indian School Online Resource Center Fully searchable database of all students who attended Carlisle Indian School
BEYOND WOKSAPE TIPI
AREA RESOURCES & PARTNERS
WOLAKOTA PROJECT Oceti Sakowin Resources
American Memory Project Library of Congress
Carlisle Indian Industrial School History Library of Congress
Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies Check out their online Great Race Exhibit here as well as the schedule for second round of receptions at the Journey Museum in May-June
Current & Upcoming Exhibitions @IAIA Check out the past BFA exhibition featuring Lakota students
Edward S. Curtis North American Indian Photographic Images Library of Congress
Edward S. Curtis North American Indian Digital Book Northwestern University
History of the American West Denver Public Library
Horse Nation Exhibition 80+ works by artists of the Oceti Sakowin interpreting the historical and cultural connection with the horse
Lakota Wintercounts: An Online Exhibit Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Continually developing new online exhibitions of American Indian material culture and arts
Native Fashion Now Peabody Essex Museum
Photographs of the American West: 1861-1912 Library of Congress
Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains National Museum of the American Indian
Wiyopiyata: Lakota Images of the Contested West Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
After Columbus: Four-hundred Years of Native American Portraiture The New York Public Library
Traders: Voices from the Trading Post Northern Arizona University, Cline Library, Special Collections and Archives Department
War-path and bivouac : or, The conquest of the Sioux : a narrative of stirring personal experiences and adventures in the Big Horn and Yellowstone expedition of 1876, and in the campaign on the British border, in 1879 University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Welch Dakota Papers Extensive collection of oral history, notes, and transcriptions of Col. A.B. Welch as "the first white man adopted by the Sioux Nation."