Multicultural, nonprofit organization offers Living History presentations for educational and environmental awareness to preserve the history, culture and traditions of Florida's original native peoples. Photo gallery, member information.
Historical reenactment organization portrays Native Americans of the eastern woodlands of North America during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries. Events schedule, photo gallery, member information.
West Virginia based historical reenactors portraying the Shawnee, Delaware, and Native American tribes. Features group news, photo album, and calendar of events.
Searchable database of links pertaining to Native Americans and First Nations peoples. List includes Nation and approximate location involved.
Features photos, description, and participant interviews from the portrayal of the uprising led by the Ottawa chief, Pontiac, in the spring of 1763 in Pennsylvania.
Features reenactment photos, descriptions, and studies by fourth grade students recreating an Eastern Woodland Native American Village of 400 years ago.
Highlights the weeklong Native American Living History gathering featuring the recreation of a Cheyenne camp from the mid-1800s. Loveland, Colorado.