Native American

After Columbus: 400 Years of Native American Portraiture.  New York Public Library Digital Collection.

American Indian Made in North Carolina. Showcasing artisans and their handmade arts and crafts.

American Indians of the Pacific Northwest. University of Washington Libraries site.Traditional Navajo Hogan in Monument Valley, Arizona, 20th century.

Amerinda Inc.: "American Indian Artists, Inc. works to empower Native Americans...supports Native artists who embody the traditional practices and values that define Indian culture."

Art of the Americas Source Page: compiled by Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Whitcombe of  Bryn Mawr College. 

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University: Native Americas Collections.                                                                                     

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian.  Northwestern University Digital Library Collection.

George Catlin and His Indian Gallery. Smithsonian Institution site.

History of the American West: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library.

Home & Away Gallery. Carries Native American arts and crafts for sale. Site includes artist biographies.

Indigenous Cultures Institute. "Preserving and promoting the cultures of Native Americans indigenous to Texas and northern Mexico."

Institute of American Indian Arts. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center. Located in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Located in Cherokee, North Carolina.

Native American Art: Artwork Prints, Pottery, Sculpture, Kachinas, Leatherwork, Collectibles, Clothing.

N.A.T.I.V.E. Project: Support for Native American Artists, Artisans & Cultural Entrepreneurs.

Nunavik Art Alive. Works by contemporary Inuit artists on the east coast of the Hudson Bay.

Oconaluftee Indian Village. Located in Cherokee, North Carolina.

Pitseolak Ashoona: Life and Works. Free online book by Christine Lalonde about the 20th century Inuit artist. From the Art Canada Institute. : Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the Colorado Plateau (Rock Art Photo Blog).

Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. Located in Salamanca, New York.

Shumup Ko Hup: California Indian Arts & Crafts, San Diego, Artists Directory.

Tomaquag Museum. "Rhode Island's only museum entirely dedicated to telling the story of the state's Indigenous Peoples."

VIRCONA: A Catalog of Native American Artists. Database of Native North American visual artists from the Bunting Visual Resources Library, University of New Mexico.