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Abbe Museum
UNITED STATES
The website of the Abbe Museum in Maine, USA. The museum is oriented strongly towards education of the public and school students about the Native American history of the northeast United States and parts of Canada. 
http://www.abbemuseum.org/ 

 

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN)
CANADA
The website  of a commercial television station for Aboriginal Canadians.  Although the station is a largely commercial enterprise, there is a strong indigenous theme in its content and programming.  The site also explores the issues and concerns of contemporary Aboriginal Canadians.
http://www.aptn.ca

 

Lost Worlds Online Museum
CANADA / UNITED STATES
An online museum detailing the fascinating culture and history of the Native American people of the south-eastern part of the United States – particularly Florida and Georgia.  The site includes interactive maps, videos and graphics demonstrating the remnants of an ancient civilisation.
http://www.lostworlds.org/

 

Maori Television     
NEW ZEALAND
The main site of a New Zealand television station for the original people of Aotearoa.  The site is multimedia heavy and includes online streaming of popular programmes.  Some programmes are archived and may be downloaded or streamed at any time.
http://www.maoritelevision.com/

 

Mashantucket Museum and Research Center
UNITED STATES
The website of a museum outlining the history and culture of the Mashantucket Pequot people in the north-eastern part of the USA (present day Connecticut).  In addition to the museum, a research centre has been established on the site.  The web page includes detailed summaries of all of the exhibits, including explanations of artefacts, outlines of history and culture, and timelines of natural and cultural events.  The site also provides information of available (education) resources, a searchable library catalogue, and details of ongoing programmes and events.
http://www.pequotmuseum.org/

 

Smoki Museum
UNITED STATES
An online representation of a museum dedicated to the cultural history of the Native American people of the South-western United States.  The web site details an extensive collection of artefacts and provides detailed summaries of events and programmes.  Education themes are also presented in detail and include a history of Native American technological innovation, the craft of basket weaving, and a photographic history of southwest Native American cultures in the early 20th century. 
http://www.smokimuseum.org

 

See also:

ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDERS

MULTICULTURALISM

 

 


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Updated:  20 July, 2014/Responsible Officer:  Freilich Foundation/Page Contact:  Freilich Foundation