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*Indicates North Carolina connection

About History
*Time Line: American Indians in North Carolina

About American Indian Tribes and Organizations
*American Indian Center, UNC–Chapel Hill
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
*Cumberland County Association for Indian People
*Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
*Guilford Native American Association
*Haliwa-Saponi Tribe
*Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina
*Meherrin Tribe
*Metrolina Native American Association
*Museum of the Cherokee Indian
*Native American Resource Center, UNC–Pembroke
National Indian Education Association
National Museum of the American Indian
*N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs
*Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
*Sappony Tribe
*Triangle Native American Society
*United Tribes of North Carolina
*Waccamaw-Siouan Tribe

About Music and Artists
Arbor Records Ltd.
Canyon Records
*Dark Water Rising
*Guilford Native American Art Gallery 
*Karen Lynch Harley
Indian House
*Jana 
*Jessica Spaulding Dingle
*Joel Queen Gallery Inc.
Joel Queen: From Clay to Cooking Pot
*Lloyd Arneach
*Pura Fé
*Qualla Arts and Crafts
*Arnold Richardson
*Senora Lynch
Senora Lynch- Native American Pottery
*Sheila Epps Wilson
*Southern Sun Singers (intertribal)
*Stoney Creek (intertribal)
Tabitha Jacobs-Polanco

About Educational Resources
UNC Chapel Hill American Indian and Indigenous Studies
UNC Pembroke, American Indian Studies
UNC Wilmington, Native Studies Minor
NC State, Native American Studies Minor
Western Carolina, Graduate Program in Cherokee Studies
Oyate
Learn NC: Teaching about Thanksgiving 
NativeWeb

About Books and Bibliographies
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie
Battlefields and Burial Grounds: The Indian Struggle to Protect Ancestral Graves and Human Remains in the United States, by Roger C. Echo-Hawk and Walter R. Echo-Hawk
*Cherokee Americans: The Eastern Band of Cherokees in the Twentieth Century, by John R. Finger
*Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700–1835, by Theda Perdue
*Children of the Longhouse, by Joseph Bruchac
*The First Strawberries, by Joseph Bruchac
The Game of Silence, by Louise Erdrich
*Herbal Remedies of the Lumbee Indians, by Arvis Locklear Boughman and Loretta O. Oxendine
*James Mooney’s History, Myths, and Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees
*Keeping the Circle: American Indian Identity in Eastern North Carolina, 1885–2004, by Christopher A. Oakley
*Living Indian Histories: Lumbee and Tuscarora People in North Carolina, by Gerald Sider
*The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography, by Glenn Ellen Starr Stilling
*The Only Land I Know, by Adolph L. Dial and David K. Eliades
Skeleton Man, by Joseph Bruchac

About Films
American Indian Film Institute
Bullfrog Films 
*In the Light of Reverence
NativeCelebs
Native Networks
Vision Maker Media
We Shall Remain

About Publications and Media
American Indian Art Magazine
*Cherokee One Feather
The Cherokee Phoenix 
Indian Country Today
Native Peoples Magazine
*The Robesonian
*Tar Heel Junior Historian magazine, American Indian issue (Contact the Tar Heel Junior Historian Association program coordinator at thjhaclubs@ncdcr.gov or 919-807-7985 for more information or to obtain copies for $2 each.)