Department of Interior
 Department of Interior
National American Indian and Alaska Nstive Heritage Month
 National American
Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Housing and Urban Development, Office of Native American Programs
 Housing and Urban Development, Office
of Native American Programs


National Museum of
the American Indian


 Library of Congress
Code Talkers Use of the Native Indian Tongue for Secure Communications
Delicious Foods and Recipes from Native American Indian Tribes
National Park Service
Native American History and Culture
Items of Interests

Department of Interior
 
Work Place Diversity
Indian Resources

National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month
"Honoring Life, Honoring Elders, Honoring Heritage"
Welcome to the Indian Health Service and Partners-In-Celebration Year 2002 website for National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month November 2002.
Housing and Urban Development
Office of Native American Programs : Code Talk
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 communities.
Library of Congress
 Indian 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.

The Cooking Post
Delicious Foods and Recipes from Native American Indian
Tribes

The Art of American Indian Cooking is a sensuous journey of color, scent, and flavor through five North American regions. Using the bounty of ingredients available — such as avocados, sweet or Idaho potatoes, pineapples, pumpkins, wild game, and seafood, the American Indian first combined these gifts of the earth into what many of us now consider to be traditional American cooking. Offering such delicacies as Zuni green chili stew and roast pheasant stuffed with grapes and nuts, plus simple favorites such as baked acorn squash with honey and Chippewa wild rice, The Art of American Indian Cooking presents some of the best-loved dishes our continent has to impart.

National Park Service
 Tribal 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 Act. Among the responsibilities assumed by these tribes are conducting historic property surveys, maintaining permanent inventories of historic properties, nominating properties to the National Register of Historic Places, and reviewing Federal agency undertakings pursuant to Section 106 of the Act.
Native American History and Culture
 National Museum of the American Indian
Native American Resources

















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