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Assiniboin Indian Tribal Records __ Cree Indian genealogy, culture, and history information. - From -

Assiniboine __ "The Assiniboine, also known by the Ojibwe name Asiniibwaan "Stone Sioux", and the Cree as Asinpwt are a Siouan Native American/First Nations people originally from the Northern Great Plains of the United States and Canada,..." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

The Assiniboine Indians __ A general overview of the Assiniboine in essay format. - From -


Assiniboine Language and the Assiniboine Indian Tribe __ Here is information on the Nakota language and introduction to the culture of the Assiniboine tribe. - From -

The Assiniboine Tribe __ A brief overview including some historic photos. - illustrated - From Omaha Public Library -

Facts for Kids: Assiniboine Indians (Assiniboines) __ You will find information about the Assiniboine Indians for students and teachers covering food , homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life. Lots of links to related materials. - From -

Folklife Resources for Educators - Materials Related to Assiniboine Indians __ Resources and access to lesson plans. - From - 

Fort Belknap Indian Community Official Website __ "Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is homeland to the Gros Ventre and the Assiniboine Tribes. Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is located forty miles south of the Canadian border and twenty miles north of the Missouri River, which is the route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Fort Belknap Indian Reservation is the forth largest Indian reservation in Montana." Official website. - illustrated - From -

History of the Assiniboine People from the Oral Tradition __ "The name Assiniboine was derived from the Chippewa words usin i and upwawn, which literally means "stone boilers." Others of our tribe are called Stoney, a name derived from the same source."  A first person narrative of Assiniboine history. - From -

NYPL Digital Gallery | Results - Assiniboine Indians __ Gallery of historic images of Assiniboine Indians. - illustrated - From -


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