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Arizona Commission of Indian Affair __ "The Commission of Indian Affairs was established in 1953 by the 21st Legislature to consider and study conditions among the Indians residing within the State of Arizona."  Learn about the organization, accomplishments and goals. - From -

Arizona Indian Communities __ List of Indian communities with direct links to the webpage of each. - illustrated - From -

Arizona Indian Reservations Arizona Indian Tribes __ Use the links at the left of the page to access an overview of each tribe. - From - 

Arizona Indian Tribes ___"Arizona is home to 21 federally recognized tribes." Click on the labels... for more information about these reservations." There is contact information and, when available, links to websites. - Good map - From the Economic Development Research Program -

Arizona Indian Tribes, Communities, and Nations __ List of organizations and direct links. - From -

Arizona Indian Tribes and Languages __ This page lists original inhabitants, current recognized tribes, and "other Indian tribes, bands and communities remaining in Arizona today..." - Text only - -  

Arizona Native American Tribes ___Several tribes are listed here with contact information and links to websites where applicable. - Text only - From 500 Nations Native American SuperSite -

Arizona Native Americans __ You will find a collection of books, manuscripts, and websites relating to the Native Americans of Arizona. - From Jeffrey Scott -

Arizona Tribes ___A list of this state's tribes with links (where applicable) to tribal websites. Text only - From the Bauu Institute -

Arizona Tribes __ "There are 21 indian tribes in Arizona. Nineteen of these Arizona Indian tribes are federally recognized. Arizona state has the second highest total native American population in the United States."  Some background and history. - From -

Category:Native American tribes in Arizona __ Index of wikipedia articles relating to Arizona Native Americans. - From wikipedia -

Havasupai Tribe __ Learn about the Havasupai tribe of the Grand Canyon from their official website. - illustrated - From -


Health Profiles of Mothers and Newborns, 1992-2002 ___This page is a PDF file, which means that you'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view it. "Live births according to selected maternal, prenatal care and delivery characteristics, birth weight, plurality, child's sex, birth order and birth complications, Arizona, 1992-2002" for American Indian mothers." - Text only - From the Arizona Department of Health Services - 

Indian Tribes of Arizona ___Nineteen tribes can be found here. Tribe names which are in color and underlined are links to further information. - Text only - From AccessGenealogy -

Indigenous peoples in Arizona __  A list of tribes and Indian associations in Arizona - From Wikipedia -

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas __ How to produce a lesson plan and not just for Indian tribes either. - From -

Map of Arizona's Indian Reservations __ "If you are curious which lands are held by the various Native American tribes, this black and white map of Arizona will help. This map will make an excellent addition to your state report on Arizona. To download a full sized version of the map in PDF format, simply click on the image or the link..." - From -

Native Americans - Arizona Genealogy __ Information about history and genealogy along with several resources. - From -    


Tribal Government Sources: Nations by State: Arizona ___"The listing of tribes in these pages have been compiled in order to allow for easier access to information on the culture and history of the Native American tribes of the United States. Some of the links will have an icon next to them designating them as either Federally recognized or State recognized." - Text only - From Evergreen State College - 

Tribes and Villages of Arizona ___A list of native tribes, councils and communities with contact information and links to their websites. - Text only - From Karen M. Strom -

Zuni Tribe __   Official site of the Zuni Pueblo jam-packed with information, - illustrated - From -


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