Other Resources



Videos

Honoring Tribal Legacies, 2014
Documentary by Emily Afanador, on YouTube

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail: Partnerships for the Future
16-minute documentary that includes the National Park-Tribal Community partnerships, among others

Essays

James D. Fox, “Archiving Tribal Legacies,” OLA Quaterly 18:3 (Fall 2012), 7–9.

Audio Recordings

Webinar, 5 June 2017, with Stephanie Wood, University of Oregon, and Carol Buswell, National Archives.  Slides with commentary, broken into downloadable segments:
Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV

HTL PowerPoint Slide Sets (without the audio)

Presentation for Turtle Mountain Community College teachers-in-training
PowerPoint, 9 November 2017, by Stephanie Wood (forthcoming)

Webinar, 5 June 2017, Stephanie Wood, University of Oregon:
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Webinar, 5 June 2017, by Carol Buswell, National Archives
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Presentation for Classroom of Michelle Jacob, University of Oregon
PowerPoint, 15 November 2016, by Stephanie Wood

Educational Materials Offered by Other Institutions

National Museum of the American Indian, Washington D.C. and New York
Education page

Smithsonian Education
American Indian Heritage Teaching Resources

Library of Congress
Classroom materials

Teachinghistory.org
Resources on Native American History

Teaching Indigenous Languages (with links to additional resources)
Hosted by Northern Arizona University

Primary Source Collections

Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition
(searchable journals, plus books and articles, images and maps, audio and video; be sure to listen to the audio from the Salish people)
Hosted by the University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Southwest Oregon Research Project (SWORP) Collection, 1850-1950
Hosted by Archives West: Orbis Cascade Alliance

Native American Documents Project
(19th-century reports of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs)
Hosted by California State University, San Marcos

Legal Information

Laws and Regulations: Tribal, Federal, State
Hosted by the National Indian Law Library

Native American Land and Water Rights
Hosted by the National Indian Law Library