Department of Defense's Native American Environmental Tracking
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
For Installations and Environment (DUSD(I&E)) developed
this system to track information regarding environmental impacts
on tribal lands. Assessments of the initial reports of impacts
on tribal lands identified in the Report to Congress on Environmental
Impacts to Native American Lands have been conducted to further
characterize the environmental effects. (DUSD(I&E)) created
American Environmental Tracking System (NAETS) to maintain
information on past, present and future reports of DoD impacts
and additional activities at these sites.
American Portraits in the Library
American Heritage Commission
For the preservation and protection of Native American Human
Remains, Associated Grave Goods and Cultural Resources.
Americans and Work
American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month
Welcome to the Indian Health Service and Partners-In-Celebration
Year 2003 website for National American Indian and Alaska Native
Heritage Month November 2003.
and Urban Development
of Native American Program
Creating Housing Opportunities for Native Americans, alaska
Natives and Native Hawaiians
Code Talk is a federal inter-agency Native American website
designed specifically to deliver electronic information from
government agencies and other organizations to Native American
Museum of the American Indian
American History and Culture
Native American Resources
the Native American Cultures
When European settlers arrived on the North American continent
at the end of the fifteenth century, they encountered diverse
Native American culturesas many as 900,000 inhabitants
with over 300 different languages.
Scouts at Huachuca in the 1920s and 1930s
In 1922 the scouts were moved to Fort Huachuca which would become
their permanent home until the remaining few retired in 1947.
At Huachuca they patrolled the boundaries of the military reservation
and took part in ceremonial functions, stirring memories of
a proud past.
Culture National Historical Park
Chaco Canyon: 100 Years of Archaeology salutes a century of
archaeological excavations and research in Chaco Canyon and
the subsequent publications.
Mammoths to Missiles
Archeological Investigation and Interpretation at Warren Air
Force Base, Wyoming.
Long before military families pulled their travel trailers
into F.E. Warren Air Force Base's FamCamp Recreation Area,
Native American families pulled their travois into similar
Historic Preservation Program
In 1996 the national historic preservation program entered
a new era, as fourteen Indian tribes were approved by NPS
to assume national program responsibilities on tribal lands,
pursuant to Section 101(d) of the National Historic Preservation