Horse Dancer Designs My Native American inspired crafts include handmade masks, drums, jewelry, gourds; also handwoven items, yarns, and antiques.
Life Paths Animal Totems & Earth Medicine Exploration of the Animal Totems & Earth Medicine. Journeying beside us on our Earthwalk, the Animal Spirits shed their
wisdom & light as we travel the Sacred Hoop of Life. Twice a month, a new Animal Spirit is featured.
Indian Gifts Southwestern & Native American gifts,crafts & home decor. Dreamcatchers,medicine wheels,dance sticks & much more.
Piita's Drums Owned and operated by Peter Vanderkooy, Piita's Ceremonial Drums and Rattles are custom made for many uses. They are primarily used for Sweat Lodges, Sundances and also used at Pow Wows. Piita's Drums and Rattles are also great for decoration use, wall hangings and great conversations pieces.
Southwest Silver Gallery Unique and Authentic Native American Indian jewelry and fetishes from Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Santo Domingo artists. We feature high-grade, rare and natural turquoise from the American Southwest. Coral, lapis, amethyst, ammonite, onyx, malachite, sugilite, charoite, and more. Watches, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings, concho belts, pendants, ranger belt buckles in a variety of gems.
Ancient Storytellers Native-Owned Organization that is committed to educating visitors about Northern New Mexico and the history of the Pueblo People. Offering pueblo tours and cultural events.
Institute of American Indian Art The Institute of American Indian Arts is committed to the post secondary education of native american indians. We offer degrees in creative writing, studio arts, visual communications and museum studies. Our campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico features a museum of contemporary native american fine art, tribal jewlery and gifts.
Adopt-A-Native Elder Program The Program supports the traditional Elders who live in the cultural and spiritual traditions of The Dine' (Navajo) People. Most live in remote portions of the Dine's (Navajo) reservation. Many live in traditional hogans, and some raise sheep as a means of maintaining themselves. The Program provides food, simple medicines, clothing, fabric and yarns to help these Elders live on the Land in their traditional lifestyle. As they have become elderly, it has become more difficult for them to support themselves on the Land in their traditional ways.
Klamath Tribes Website We are the Klamath, the Modoc, and the Yahooskin Band of Snake Indians of Oregon. Treaty of 1864
Native Peoples Magazine Native Peoples Magazine captures the spirit of Native America. Its purpose it the sensitive portrayal of the arts and "lifeways" of the Native peoples of the Americas, their art, spirit and history rendered in facinating articles and photography.