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Indian Summer Festivals Education Day Classroom Resources for Educators: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction-American Indian Studies: http://dpi.wi.gov/amind Information on Act 31 and resources for educator professional development. Classroom Films and Curriculum from Wisconsin Media Lab http://theways.org http://wimedialab.org/biographies/bresette.html http://wimedialab.org/biographies/oshkosh.html Recently released and updated materials that teach American Indian culture, tradition, history and treaty rights of Native Communities. Excellent classroom resources and discussion guides. Clan Teaching information from Ziibiwing Center http://www.sagchip.org/ziibiwing/aboutus/pdf/%20Clans.pdf Lacrosse Film with Accompanying Comprehensive Educational Guide (9-12) http://www.visionmakermedia.org/films/sacred-stick Wisconsin Public Television http://video.wpt.org/program/wpt-documentaries/ Videos featuring tribal elders and spokespersons telling the history of their Nation. Montana Office of Public Instruction: Indian Education http://www.opi.mt.gov//pdf/IndianEd/Resources/americanindians101.pdf American Indians 101 provides a great Q & A about common questions often asked by students and their teachers. While it is specific to Montana tribes, a lot of straightforward answers that apply to all tribes is available. Milwaukee Public Museum https://www.mpm.edu/wirp/ Indian County Wisconsin is a site designed to assist teachers in meeting the requirements of Act 31, which mandates K-12 instruction in culture, history, sovereignty and treaty rights of Wisconsin Indian Tribes. Wisconsin Historical Museum http://historicalmuseum.wisconsinhistory.org/Explore/Woodlands/AztalanHouse.aspx People of the woodlands online and on site exhibit National Museum of the American Indian http://www.nmai.si.edu/explore/educaiton/resources/ The museum provides a variety of materials for use in the classroom. Development of the content has been done in collaboration with American Indian community members. These materials offer rich Native perspectives on the history and contemporary life of many different Native American tribes. Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission:
http://www.glifwc.org/publications/index.html The Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) is an inter-tribal agency committed to the implementation of off-reservation treaty rights on behalf of its eleven Ojibwe member tribes. The link above has many educator resources for teaching treaty rights, ojibwe culture and ways of living. UW-Stevens Point http://www4.uwsp.edu/museum/menomineeclans/ Menominee Clan information. Oyate: www.oyate.org "...a native organization working to see that our lives and histories are portrayed honestly, and so that all people will know our stories belong to us." This is an EXCELLENT source to order kids' books. The site is maintained by Doris Seales and Beverly Slapin, the editors of Through Indian Eyes and the sequel A Broken Flute. This site sets the standard for Indigenous literature. American Indians in Childrens Literature: americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com A blog maintained by Debbie Reese, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. She is enrolled at Nambe Pueblo, a small Indian pueblo in northern New Mexico. This web site offers teachers a chance to ask questions and get responses from Indian educators. It is an excellent informational source for childrens literature.
Wisconsin Indian Nations
Stockbridge-Munsee Nation: www.mohican-nsn.gov Official website of the Stockbridge-Munsee Nation of Wisconsin Menominee Nation: www.menominee-nsn.gov The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin official website. Here you will find information on our culture, history, government, tourist attractions, upcoming events and other information about the Menominee Nation. Mole Lake Sokaogon Band of Lake Superior Chippewa: www.sokaogonchippewa.com We are the Sokaogon Chippewa Community of Mole Lake, Wisconsin. We are proud of our Heritage, our People and our Community. We invite you to take a look inside our community to meet our people to see how we're working and how we're growing. We acknowledge with gratitude the dedication of our tribal members and the guidance of our tribal council, whose efforts and support have made our accomplishments of the past decade possible. Oneida Nation:
www.oneidanation.org Official website of the Sovereign Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Forest County Potawatomi Community: www.fcpotawatomi.com Welcome to the Official Website of the Forest County Potawatomi The place to find Past and Present News, Events, Jobs, and History of the Forest County Potawatomi Ho-Chunk Nation: www.ho-chunknation.com Official website of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa: www.redcliff-nsn.gov Official web site of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa: http://www.badriver-nsn.gov A Brief Bad River History/Description Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa: www.ldftribe.com The official web site of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The place where you can learn the Ojibwe Language, find a Job, see Ojibwe Art, read the LDF News, find your Native Ancestry and more! St. Croix Chippewa Indians http://www.stcciw.com 24663 Angeline Avenue Webster WI, 54893 Telephone: 715-349-2195 or (800) 236-2195 Fax: 715-349-7602 Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe: www.lco-nsn.gov Official website of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe Brothertown Indian Nation: www.brothertownindians.org Official website of the Brothertown Indian Nation of Wisconsin. The Brothertown (Brotherton) are descendants of the Pequot and Mohegan (Algonquin-speaking) tribes in southern New England !!