Connecting sites and places with Indigenous histories on Long Island
Native American-owned and operated museum dedicated to promoting awareness, understanding, and an appreciation of Shinnecock history and culture
These materials were written and complied by the Shinnecock Curriculum Writing Committee. The Committee included representation from Southampton School District and the Shinnecock Indian Nation. These lessons and activities are appropriate for students in grades K - 4.
Indigenous Research Division of the Montaukett Indian Nation
Website of the Matinecock Tribal Nation showcasing aspects of Matinecock history and culture
Historical society dedicated to preserving the history of Eastville, a 19th-century/early 20th-century free Black and Indigenous multi-ethnic community.
A grassroots Native American organization, including Freedom Councils across Turtle Island and the East Coast
Keep up to date on the latest news and issues impacting Native Nations
Native-run and operated podcast on discussions in academia and the arts focused on Indigenous communities
New-York City-based grassroots organization
A community-based organization mandated to improve the status of Native Americans and to foster inter-cultural understanding
Music and humanities-based programs to promote the histories and presence of Lenape people
An Indigenous-led resource for North Americans (and others) to find out more about local Indigenous territories and languages
A comprehensive list designed to bring awareness to the many issues that affect Native Americans and how to solve them