National American Indian Heritage Month, as defined by the Law Library of Congress, "celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the United States." For legislation, Presidential Proclamations, and Executive Orders pertaining to this commemoration, visit the Law Library of Congress' National American Indian Heritage Month page.
Indigenous Law Library Archive "a collection of constitutions, codes, executive orders, and court forms and information of sovereign Indigenous governments and courts of 578 federally recognized nations, communities, and tribes in the United States, as well as some Indigenous legal information from Canada, published online" by the Law Library of Congress
Association on American Indian Affairs "the oldest non-profit serving Indian Country protecting sovereignty, preserving culture, educating youth and building capacity."
American Indian Heritage Foundation "The American Indian Heritage Foundation was established in 1973 to provide relief services to Indian people nationwide, to build bridges of understanding and friendship between Indian and non-Indian people."
National American Indian Heritage Month official site
Stories about Native Americans Articles, videos, and podcasts from NPR
Maria Tallchief: America's Prima Ballerina
Obituary, New York Times, April 12, 2013
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