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About the Algonquin Indians __ "Algonquins were once one of the most influential aboriginal tribes in all of North American history. Their people played decisive roles in the fur trade, in several wars and in the creation of the modern-day nations of Canada and the United States."  A general overview. - From -

Algonkin History __ Good look at history, tribal culture and more. - From - 
Algonquin __ "...are an aboriginal North American people speaking Algonquin, an Algonquian language. Culturally and linguistically, they are closely related to the Odawa and Ojibwe, with whom they form the larger Anicinàpe grouping." an encyclopedic article with links to related material. - From wikipedia - 

Algonquin __ An extensive look at the Algonquin including history, culture, past and current events, communities and references. - From -

Algonquian Culture Lesson Plan __ Learn about the Algonquian culture of North America.  Goals, materials, procedure. - From -

Algonquin Indians sell Island of Manhattan to Dutch colonist Peter Minuit for Sixty Guilders __ Actually worth about a thousand dollars and not just the $24 so popular in the stories. - From -

Algonquian (Algonkin) Tribe __ A good resource for kids with many links to related material - From -

Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council __ Learn about the council, its activities and goals. You will also find information about the communities making up the council. - illustrated - From -

The Algonquian and Great Lakes Tribes __ "The Algonquins and Great Lake tribes lived in villages which usually had eight or nine hundred Indians. In the village the Indians built dome-shaped wigwams which they made from saplings covered with birch, chestnut, oak, or elm." A good web site for kids by kids. - illustrated - From - 

The Algonquin Indians ___A very good overview of Algonquin history and traditional customs. "The Algonquin Indians are the most populous and widespread North American Native groups, with tribes originally numbering in the hundreds and speaking several related dialects." - Illustrated - From Norm Léveillée -

Algonquian Indian Tribes ___Get general information about the Algonquian tribes from this page. Facts are provided in question and answer format. There is also a good definition of what and who the Algonquins are. This site was designed to be useful for kids. Tons of links to relevant information. Some Algonquian photos. - Illustrated - From Native Languages of the Americas - 

Algonquin Language and the Algonquin Indian Tribe __ Algonkin language information and introduction to the culture of the Algonquins (or Algonkins) of Ontario and Quebec. - From - 

Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn  __ "Welcome to a proud and progressive Algonquin community. Pikwàkanagàn is situated on the beautiful shores of the Bonnechere River and Golden Lake." Official tribal web site. - illustrated - From -  

Algonquin Place Names ___A short English introduction is followed by it Algonquian translation, and following that is a list of Quebec colonial places, also translated. - Text only - From Norm Léveillée -  

Algonquin Tribe ___"... it is likely that the Algonquin group had its origin, or at some remote time had established itself, in the vicinity of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania... The essay you'll find here is much too advanced for younger students. It would be more appropriate for upper secondary school classes. - Text only - From Norm Léveillée -  

The Algonquin Tribe __ An introduction to the Algonquin for the younger student. - From -

Algonquin Tribe and Nation __ "The Algonquin Indians are the most populous and widespread North American Native groups, with tribes originally numbering in the hundreds and speaking several related dialects."  A general overview. - From -   

Facts for Kids: Algonquin Indians (Algonquins) ___"How do you pronounce "Algonquin?" How do you spell it, and what does it mean? How is the Algonquin Indian nation organized? How do Algonquin Indian children live, and what did they do in the past?" The answers to these (and many other questions) are here in easy-to-understand language. Highlighted words within the text lead you to further information about, and pictures of, the topic at hand. - Illustrated - From Native Languages of the Americas - 

First Peoples: Algonquins __ An archived article containing  brief cultural and demographic information about the nine Algonquin nations of Quebec. - From - 

Golden Lake Algonquins __ A brief look at this people. - From - 

Location of the Algonquin Groups __ A map of the 17th-century territory of the Algonkin tribe. - From - 

Native American Indian Legends - Algonquin Creation Myth __ An Algonquin creation tale. - From - 



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