Arctic Natives and Archaeology
- Circumpolar Health Bibliographic Database, a project of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
- ArcticStat Circumpolar Database - public, and independent statistical database
dealing with the countries, regions, and populations of the circumpolar
Arctic. From Canada Research Chair on Comparative
Aboriginal Condition of Universite Laval, it is officially supported by
the Arctic Council and is an official activity of the International
- Inuvialuit Settlement Region Database - over 8400 publications and research projects about the region in Canada's Northwest Territories and Yukon. From the Joint Secretariat Inuvialuit Renewable Resource Committees and the Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS), and funded by Shell Canada.
- Yupik population in Chukotka, their language, occupations, and politics - web site from the Danish Chukotka Expeditions offers 125 brilliant photos from Chukotka, a video on walrus hunting, and an audio file with traditional Yupik song and music.
- The Inuvailuit of the Western Arctic from ancient times to 1902 from the Canadian Museum of Civilization
- Aboriginal peoples of Newfoundland and Laborador (Beothuks, Mi'kmaq, Innu, Inuit, Metis peoples)
- Prologue: Arctic Sketches of Russell Porter from the National Archives and Records Administration
- Ethnographic Portraits from the University of Connecticut
- First Peoples Hall from Canadian Museum of Civilization
- Arctic Investigations Program - Centers for Disease Control
- Archaeology of the Tundra and Arctic Alaska from the US National Park Service
- Archaeology in Arctic North America from the University of Waterloo, CA
- How Inuit live from Library and Archives Canada
- Arctic Circle Anthropology - University of Connecticut Museum
- Snowchange.org - Northern indigenous views on climage change and ecology
- Alaska Native Science from the NSF supported Alaska Native Science Commission
- Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples Secretariat - from the Arctic Council
- Gwich'in - Website of northerly aboriginal peoples of the N.American continent
- Gwich'in Council International - a non-profit organization in 1999 by the Gwich'in Tribal Council in Inuvik, NWT.
- Arctic Athabaskan Council - international treaty organization established to represent the interests of United States and Canadian Athabaskan member First Nation governments in Arctic Council fora, and to foster a greater understanding of the common heritage of all Athabaskan peoples of Arctic North America.
- Nunatsiaq News - from the Nortext Publishing Corporation (Iqaluit)
- Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC) - representing the Inuit people of the Arctic - See also ICC Canada, ICC Greenland, and ICC Chukotka (Russia)
- Saami University College - an indigenous institution that preserves and promotes Sámi language, culture and community lifetraditionally known as Lapland (today called Samiland or Sápmi) and all share an active interest in their heritage.
- Saami Council - promotion of Saami rights and interests in the four countries where the Saami are living, to consolidate the feeling of affinity among the Saami people, to attain recognition for the Saami as a nation and to maintain the economic, social and cultural rights of the Saami in the legislation of the four states.
- Ainu Foundation (FRPAC, Japan) - for the Promotion of the Ainu Culture
- University of the Arctic - network of universities, colleges, and other organizations committed to higher education and research in the North
- Yamozha Kue Society (formerly Dene Cultural Institute) (Northwest Territories, Canada) - protect and promote Dene culture, languages, spirituality, heritage, tradition and customs.
- Aboriginal Links: Canada & U.S. from bloorstreet.com
- Indigenous links from Boreale website in Sweden
- Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Inuit, Saami, and the Indigenous Peoples of Chukotka part of the Arctic Human Health Initiative
- Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association
- Eskimo-Aleut Language Family - from Native Languages of the Americas
- Alaska Native Language Center - documenting Alaska's 20 native languages - from the University of Alaska
- Language families of the north. Pacific region - from Alaska Native Curriculum and Teacher Development Project (ANCTD)
- Native Word of the Day - searchable audio archive of words and phrases in Aleut, Inupiaq, Siberian Yupik, Yupik and several other native Alaska languages - from KNBA radio station
- Eskimo-English dictionary - from wordgumbo.com, an archive of public domain language learning resources
- Maps showing language families of the world - from Shippensburg University
- Peoples according to language groups - from the red Book of peoples of the Russian empire
- Saami language - from Minoriity languages of Russia on the Net
- Saami language resources from Oulu University Library, Finland
- Endangered Languages (Scots Gaelic, Saami, Ainu) - from UNESCO