May 23, 2022

A New Multimedia Web Resource from the Newberry Library: Indians of the Midwest, Past and Present

Direct to Indians of the Midwest, Past and Present: (via Newberry Library) The Newberry Library announces the launch of a multimedia educational website supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, titled “Indians of the Midwest, Past and Present.” The website focuses on Native people of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio to explore […]

Reference: New from U.S. Census: American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States Wall Map

New from the U.S. Census: The “American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States” wall map shows the American Indian and Alaska Native Areas reported or delineated for the 2010 Census. The map contains related graphics that reflect 2010 Census data. The printed map is 48 by 36 inches with a map of the […]

New Digital Archive Will Preserve Historic Images, Documents of Virginia Indian Tribes

From a News Release: The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH) will receive a grant of $150,000 from energy company, Dominion Resources to build the Commonwealth’s only online historical and cultural archive about Virginia’s Indian communities. The grant matches an additional award from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation of $75,000. Virginia Indian Heritage Online will […]

New Resource From UC Berkeley: California Language Archive Offers Web Accessible Materials

From the UC Berkeley News Service: As of [yesterday], much of the University of California, Berkeley’s vast language resources is accessible, free of charge, to anyone with Internet access via the new California Language Archive (CLA) website and its catalog of UC Berkeley materials – the largest indigenous language archive at a U.S. university. The […]