IAIA sponsors traveling exhibitions to other museums, as well.
Located in Schoharie, New York, The Iroquois Indian Museum is dedicated to fostering understanding of Iroquois culture and Iroquois arts.
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Go Native American (gonativeamerican.org) Web resources on native American topics have been classified in the following categories There are a wide variety of public and private museums devoted the Native American history, and current culture.
In an effort to maintain traditions and recover heritage stripped from contact with colonizing Europeans, Pojoaque Pueblo is revitalizing their traditions in part through the efforts of the Poeh Center's mission to teach their native language, traditional song and dance, and material culture.
Located at a 1,500 year-old Hohokam village ruins, the museum has been dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Hohokam culture.
In DIG IT: Explore Archaeology, visitors will explore how archaeologists study clues from ancient and historic sites. The museum blends a recounting of history and traditional items with modern artistic production and education.
It hosts rotating exhibits from its huge collection, sponsors events, and sends travelling exhbitions to other museums acros the country and around the world. Also serves as a resource for helping teachers and students comply with the Wabanaki Initiative, state legislation that requires the teaching of Wabanaki cultures and history in Maine schools. Located on the big Cypress reservation of the Seminoles, the museum is a teaching center about Seminole history and culture. Currently undergoing relocation, the future Museum project describes the collections and planned facility.
Unfortunately the website, while attractive is a difficult to use flash application which provides little information. The Southwest collection contains more than 240,000 objects including: 11,000 pieces of pottery; 13,000 baskets; 1,000 Katsina dolls; 1,300 Navajo textiles; 600 Pueblo textiles; and beadwork, costumes, clothing, tools, and paintings from the Great Plains, Plateau, and Eastern Woodland Nations.