Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
Internet-based archive provides free access to
quantitative data sets (polls, surveys, denominational reports, membership
records, etc.) from the leading studies on American religion (Penn State U).
Critically acclaimed project for
publication of electronic mss. in American religions has sections on regional,
studies, American religious
history & access to the Journal
of Southern Religion (Briane Turley, West Virginia U).
Guide designed to help high school
teachers of American history give students a better understanding of the role
religion has played in development of the U.S. On-line resources arranged by
century & topic. On the National Humanities Center's interactive
Karen Strom's comprehensive catalog of websites
includes indices devoted to culture,
& other sites related to indigenous Americans (WWW Virtual Library).
This chapter of Richard Hooker's collaborative World
Cultures Anthology includes native
American stories of creation,
of death, religion
& medicine, as well as historical
documentation of relations with European Americans. Researchers invited to
submit material (copyright).
Text of 1993 congressional bill introduced by
Senator Inouye & eventually passed as American
Indian Religious Freedom Act Amendments of 1994.
Sacred Texts Archive's portal to ethnographic classics on the
lore & ritual of native Americans.
Paula Giese's award-winning graphic rich meta-site provides more than 300 web pages linked to 500+ websites
of north American indigenous peoples (Native
Nations), with extensive maps
of native lands, indices of on-line stories
myths & legends), native languages,
painting, and unbiasing
materials on Columbus Day & Thanksgiving.
Pedagogical guide for introducing secondary
school students to native American spirituality (posted by Teacher
Overview of native beliefs & practices by
the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance.
Laura Brooks' essay advocates the religious
rights of native Americans in prison.
North America - General
North America - East
North America - West
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This page was revised
04 March 2008