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General Mexican and South American Indian Links

Text Translators
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General Anthropology/Archeology/Indian Sites
A Guide to Internet Resources in Anthropology – Richard H. Robbins at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh
Aboriginal Arts and Culture
Anthropology & Archaeology on UT-LANIC
Anthropology Internet Resources from Western Connecticut State University Department of Social Sciences
Anthropology on the Web – links
Ethnologue – the Americas
Center for Indigenous Studies – links
NativeNet – numerous people in all parts of the world using computer-based electronic communications technology to share information and ideas about indigenous peoples
NativeWeb – Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
Indian Web Sites
Athena Review Guide to Archaeology on the Internet
Internet Resources on Native Americans – Washington State University
Stiching Vada – Your Portal to the Multicultural World
History of Biomedicine – Indigenous Cultures
Useful Web Sites for Tribal Libraries
Americanindian.net – links
Native American Studies
Native American Histories from USA People Search

North American Tribes
rednation.org – RedNation of the Cherokee

Meso and Latin American Indians
Abya Yala Net – presents information on Indigenous peoples in Mexico, Central, and South America
Amazon Search – Michigan State University web search
Books about the Native Peoples of the Amazon – Smithsonian
Cultures of the Andes
Latin America Network Information Center (lanic) – Social sciences in Latin America
Indigenous People in Colombia
Ethnologue Brazil
Ethnologue – Nearly Extinct Languages
Indigenous people of Brazil
Indigenous Peoples – Lanic
Lucy.ukc.ac.uk/Sonja/RF/Ukpr/Report33 – Setting up an inventory of the different populations living in Greater Amazonia
Uncontacted Ethenic Groups
South American Languages
Bibliography – Amazonia
Bibliography – Ethnobiology and Conservation in Guyana
Socioambiental – Brazil’s Indigenous People
SIL International (formerly known as the Summer Institute of Linguistics)
Languages of Venezuela
Vocabularies and dictionaries of Brazilian Indians languages
Palmas.org – Indians of the Tocantins
Atlas of Amazon Native Americans
Avenir des Peuples des Forets Tropicales
Ethnography and Folk Culture
Inventory of the different populations living in Greater Amazonia
Jogos dos Povos Indígenas – Etnias
Meso and Latin American Links
Amazon Indian Resources
Dia do índio: faça sua pesquisa pela internet
Lanic – Indigenous Peoples
The Amerindians of Guyana
Kims Brasilianska Laenkar
Folklore videos
Indian Languages
Origin Myths
Indígenas en Venezuela
Books about the Native Peoples of the Amazon
The Spirit Cries: Music from the Rainforests of South America & the Caribbean
Orinoco Online
Aboriginal Links International
Gerhard Prokop paintings
Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation of Puerto Rico: We are part of a greater Arawakan family of tribes who are geographically located stretching from South America, Caribbean, Florida and New Jersey. Our Jatibonicu Taino Tribal Nation presently in the US Commonwealth State of Puerto Rico, in the region of the central mountains range. We are better known as the VERY FIRST Native American Indian nation to meet and greet Christopher Columbus in the year 1492.
Amazon-indians.org is a resource for photos and videos of native indigenous people of the Amazon Rainforest. It is an educational resource and an introduction to the cultures of Amazon native tribes from the South American Amazon River Basin. In addition, this website is a resource for information and geographic maps of the native indigenous tribes of the Amazon Rainforest.

Tribal and Regional Issues
Deforestation and Development in Amazonia – Smithsonian
Human Rights in Latin America
South and Meso America Indian Rights Center (SAIIC) – exists to ensure that the struggles of Latin America’s Indigenous peoples for self-determination and respect are heard in the US and internationally
Still Waiting
Mahogany Extraction from Indian Reserves in Brazil
The Last Tribal Battle
Commission on Human Rights – United Nations
Amanaka’a – works directly with Amazon leaders in support of their projects for survival, human rights, the environment, health, sustainable development, education, and more
The Amazon Alliance – works to defend the rights, territories and environment of indigenous and traditional peoples of the Amazon Basin.

Native American Arts and Crafts
Hands Around the World – Mexican and South American handmade Indian crafts
Aboriginal Arts and Culture
Indian Arts and Crafts Association – supports the ethical promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture
Native American Arts Alliance
PreColombian Art Research Institute – purpose to support and carry on research and exploration of Mesoamerican civilizations, their art, archaeology and glyphic texts
The Rankin Museum – newest exhibit contains Amazonian artwork and tools used in everyday life in the rainforest
The first Brazilian artists

Maps and Rainforest
Amazonia from space
Clickable Map of South America
Venezuela Map
Map – Indian Tribes of Brazil
Amazon Medic
Atlas of Amazon Native Americans
Les ethnies de la Grande Amazonie