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As a complement to our
Illinois-Miami language information,
we would like to share our collection of indexed links
about the Miami people and various aspects of their society. The emphasis
of these pages is on American Indians as a living people with a present and future as well as a past. Miami history is
interesting and important, but the Miami are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as
well as traditional folklore, contemporary artwork as well as archaeology exhibits, and the issues and struggles of
today as well as the tragedies of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always
Miami Tribal and Community Links
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma:
Official homepage of the Oklahoma Miami Nation.
Miami Indians of Indiana:
Official homepage of the Indiana Miami Nation.
Wea Tribe of Indiana Wea Indian Tribe:
Descendents of the Wea constituents of the original Miami Confederacy.
Miami writers, their lives and work.
Oklahoma Miami Nation Flag:
Miami License Plates Miami Tribe License Plate:
Oklahoma Miami license plate.
Maps of Miami Lands
Illinois Indian Maps Indiana Indian Map Michigan Indian Map:
Tribal maps showing the original territory of the Miami Indians and their neighbors.
Virtual Museum of New France: Southern Algonquians:
Historical maps and articles about the Miami, Shawnee,
Potawatomi, and other tribes.
Miami Lifestyle and Tradition
Miami Indians Piankeshaw Indians Wea Indians:
History of the Miami Indian tribes of Ohio, with a map of Miami Ohio settlements.
Miami history and culture.
Collection of Miami Indian legends and folktales.
Native American Art:
Information, photographs and links about Miami and other native art.
Mihsihkinaahkwa Powwow Miami Pow Wow Photos:
Picture galleries and videos from Fox and Sauk powwows.
Midwest Indian Costume Miami Regalia Native American Wear Headdress Indian Haircuts:
Traditional Illini and Miami clothing, jewelry, and hairstyles.
Native American Religions:
Advice for people researching traditional Miami religion and other American Indian spirituality.
Tribal history of the Miami Indians.
Indians of Indiana:
History of tribal migrations through Indiana, with a map showing the Miami, Wea, and Piankashaw journeys.
The Miami Indians:
Miami timeline and links.
Little Turtle Meshekinoquah/Little Turtle Little-Turtle (Michikinqua) Little Turtle: Kekionga: The Worst Defeat in the History of the US Army Little Turtle:
Miami chief Little Turtle (Mishakinaquah) and his defeat of American General St. Clair.
Frances Slocum, White Rose of the Miamis Frances Slocum Maconaquah (Frances Slocum): The Lost Sister, Frances Slocum Maconaquah's Story: The Saga of Frances Slocum:
Frances Slocum (Maconaquah), a Quaker girl raised as a Miami Indian.
Wea, Piankeshaw, and Miami genealogy services.
Online lookup of Miami and other Indian records through the Archives genealogy service.
Miami Indian Names:
Historical archive of Miami names.
Wea & Miami Indian Surnames:
Wea and Miami names from different time periods.
American Indian Ancestry:
Direction for those seeking Miami and other Native American ancestors.
Handy's Vocabulary of Miami:
Miami dictionary for sale.
The Miami-Illinois Language Elements of a Miami-Illinois Grammar:
Miami-Illinois linguistics books for sale.
The Miami Indians of Indiana:
History of the Eastern Miami tribe.
The Miami Indians:
Little Turtle's defeat of the American army and the unfolding history of Indian-white relations.
Biography of the Miami leader.
Maconaquah's Story: The Saga of Frances Slocum:
Biography of the Quaker girl raised as a Miami Indian.
Miami, Wyandot, and Shawnee folklore.
American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Native Americans in general.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Miami Encyclopedia.com: Miami Indians:
Encyclopedia entries about the Miami tribe.
Pueblo Miami Los Miami:
Information about the Miami tribe in Spanish.
Miamis The Miami Indians Miami Tribe:
Learn more about the Miami Indian tribe
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