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Facts for Kids: Omaha Indians (Omahas) __ "Information about the Omaha Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Omahas." - From bigorrin.org - http://www.bigorrin.org/omaha_kids.htm

History of Omaha Indian tribe __ "The Omaha Indian nation were the inhabitants of a large territory to the west of the Missouri river, between the Platte and the Niabrara Rivers. It appears that the Omaha originally lived on the Atlantic coast . Over time they migrated west until, by the 17th Century, the had settled in Missouri." A general overview of Ohaha Indian history. - From essortment.com - http://www.essortment.com/all/omahaindianshi_rjom.htm

Omaha Indian Heritage __ "In an effort to make Omaha artifacts and photographic images more available, this project is creating an online catalogue of tribal resources drawn from international sources. Partners in the project are the University of Nebraska State Museum, which houses some important Omaha artifacts; the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, and the Nebraska State Historical Society." Information about the project and images. - illustrated - From omahatribe.unl.edu - http://omahatribe.unl.edu/ 


 
Omaha Indian Tribe History __ "Omaha ('those going against the wind or current' ). One of the 5 tribes of the so called Dhegiha group of the Siouan family, the other 4 being the Kansa, Quapaw, Osage, and Ponca." A general look at Omaha Tribe history. - From accessgenealogy.com - http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/omaha/omahahist.htm

The Omaha Indians __ A general history. "The Omaha tribe began as a larger woodland tribe comprised of both the Omaha and Quapaw tribes. The original tribe inhabited the area near the Ohio and Wabash rivers, near present-day Cincinnati, Ohio." - illustrated - From legendsofamerica.com - http://www.legendsofamerica.com/NA-Omaha.html

Omaha-Ponca Language and the Ponca and Omaha Indian Tribes __ "Ponca-Omaha language information and introduction to the culture of the Ponca and Omaha Indians." Many resources. - From native-languages.org - http://www.native-languages.org/omaha-ponca.htm 
 
The Omaha Tribe __ "The Omahan, or Omaha, have given their name to the exposition city. The word signifies 'up stream'. They are also the originators of the picturesque Om aha dance, now common to most of the plains tribes. They reside on a reservation about sixty miles northward from Omaha and within the limits of their original country." A brief overview of the Omaha Indians. - illustrated - From omahapubliclibrary.org - http://www.omahapubliclibrary.org/transmiss/congress/omaha.html

Omaha Tribe of Nebraska Overview -Native American Indian Tribes __ Good overview including statistics, recreation, community services and much more. - From aaanativearts.com - http://www.aaanativearts.com/article309.html

 

 

 

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