Cherokee National Museum
Located in the capital of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, OK,
the objective of this facility is the preservation of the heritage
of the Cherokee. They maintain a living museum at
The Tsa-La-Gi Ancient Village.
Edward S. Curtis Collection (Library of Congress)
The Library of Congress holds many of the more than 1600 photographs
of North American Indians produced by Edward Curtis during the early 20th
Frisco Native American Museum
This museum has exhibits featuring the natives of Hatteras Island, NC,
and of other cultures across North America. Photos
Iroquois Indian Museum
Located at Howe's Cave, NY, the Museum features the art of the Iroquois
Native Americans, past and present, as a window into their culture.
Lenni Lenape Historical Society http://www.lenape.org/
Museum of Indian Culture at Allentown, PA, is a nonprofit all-volunteer
organization. It is still operated by local Lenape descendants, who
designed their Web site to be friendly for elementary school students.
Unavailable: September 2003. :o(
Makah Cultural and Research Center
Located in Neah Bay, WA, housing a collection of artifacts 500 years
old from a mudslide buried village, this museum is recognized as the nation's
finest tribal museum.
Mid-America All-Indian Center Museum
This museum in Witchita, KS, features permanent and rotating
exhibits of both traditional artifacts and contemporary art depicting
Native American cultures.
The Minnesota History Center
The Minnesota History Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, has a permanent Ojibwe
wild rice exhibit. There are branch museums at the Lower Sioux Reservation in
Morton, Minnesota, and on the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation in Cass Lake,
This is a neat, easily navigated site, holding interesting and important
information. Founded in 1956, it
serves as a repository for sacred relics, historical artifacts, genealogical records
and the history, folklore and traditions of the Muskogee Creek
Indian community of North Florida.
National Museum of The American Indian
This Smithsonian Institution museum was designed in
consultation with Native people. This page features images as links to the online exhibitions in The American Indian Museum collection.
Pipestone (MN) Museum
All of the Native American made items are hand-crafted, by many different
Powhatan Renape Nation's
American Indian Heritage Museum is the only Indian owned and operated
museum in New Jersey.
The purpose of this museum on the Kamloops Indian Reserve, B.C., Canada,
is preserving the Shuswap culture.
Sequoyah Birthplace Museum
This museum in Vonore, TN, tells the history of the Cherokee,
and of Sequoyah, the only man known to have
perfected a system for reading and writing a language.
The Virtual Keeping House
The Keeping House Project, maintained by The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC)
is "a step towards the future for showcasing our First Nations creative talents."
Woodland Cultural Centre Museum
This Centre, started in 1972, and managed by First Nations has
over twenty-five thousand artifacts.
Visit the Gift Shop for some very nice handcrafted items.