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Best of the Web: Community Information » Women
Links to a variety of reference and primary sources.
Exhibit from the Peabody Museum, Harvard.
Biographical information about this Cherokee woman tribal leader who was given the title Ghighua,or Beloved Woman, after showing bravery in battle.
"This gallery explores daily life for late-19th-century Native American women of the plains and the desert southwest. Multiple tribes are pictured, illustrating a composite of early Native American life. Similarities in daily activities for women across tribes are presented."
Website of the first health resource center located on a reservation in the United States.
A one-stop shop of city agencies and nonprofit organizations providing services for women and families.
Written by Meldan Tanr?sal, this essay examines the European characterization of Native American women from the time of Columbus. The author contrasts this view with the image of women's role as expressed in Native American culture. character in Indian culture
The site presents biographical information about this important Native American activist.
Special Issue of The Wind River Rendezvous on early Plains Indian women.