Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) contains Native artifacts found within the Western Hemisphere, making up one of the largest collections in the world. Housed in Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Suitland, Maryland, the museum is located in three different areas, and also conducts traveling exhibitions and other outreach events. This information and more can be found on the About page on the NMAI website.
Provided by the National Library of Medicine, American Indian Health provides information on traditional healing, health conditions, available programs and services, and research affecting Native Americans. In addition the "NLM Native Voices" iPad app, with interviews from traditional healers and elders, can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes store.
A bureau of the U.S. Department of the Interior, the National Park Service provides this page with information on preserved locations, people, and stories of Native Americans, along with more resources.
Provided by The Library of Congress, Native American Heritage Month occurs every November. This page provides information on exhibits & collections, images, and audio/video material. It also includes lesson plans for teachers.
A non-profit organization, Trail of Florida's Indian Heritage brings together local and national parks, museums, archaeological sites, and more. These groups work to educate the public on Indian heritage in Florida.
This website is the Seminole Tribe of Florida's official homepage. There is information on the tribe's history, culture, and government, among other resources. Issues of the Seminole Tribune are also available on this website.