|Genealogy Reports||Surname Reports||Militia Rosters||Census Records||Acadian Exiles & Prisoners||Genealogy/History/Food Books & Music CDs||Ship Records|
|Attakapas - History||Coushatta Nation||Tunica or Tunica History|
|Bayougoula - History||
See the GENEALOGICAL REPORT ON THE UNITED HOUMA NATION, INC - from the original at the Bureau of Indian Affairs
|Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana: Official Site|
|Caddo - History||Jena Band of the Choctaw - History||Yazoo - History|
|Chitimacha Nation||Opelousas - History||Natchez - History|
Natchitoch - Moved from Natchitoches, LA in 1858 to Indian Territory - now Oklahoma. Link is to a Handbook of Texas Online article. Image is a plaque in Natchitoches, LA. Click on it for a larger view.
|Indian Chiefs in SW LA Records||Indians Mentioned in SW LA Records|
See the Books and Publications Page for the following books:
The American Heritage Book of Indians - tribal history and great photos. 1982 Hardbound edition of book that was 1st published in 1961. The Foreword is by President John F. Kennedy.
Indians of Arkansas
The History of the Five Indian Nations
The Wichita Indians
First Native North American Saint
On Sunday, Octoer 21, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI canonized Kateri Tekakwitha, the first Native North American Saint.
Known as the "Lily of the Mohawks," Kateri was born in 1656 to a pagan Iroquois father and an Algonquin Christian mother in what is today upstate New York. Her parents and only brother died when she was 4 during a smallpox epidemic that left her badly scarred and with impaired eyesight. She went to live with her uncle, a Mohawk, and was baptized Catholic by Jesuit missionaries. But she was ostracized and persecuted by other natives for her faith, and she died in Canada when she was 24.
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