When I looked up Lee Francis, the author of this month's non-fiction recommended read, Native Time: A Historical Time Line of Native America, I discovered NativeWiki. In their own words:
NativeWiki is a free, open-to-the-public library of information about indigenous nations and peoples (past and present) of the world. We feature major sections on Nations and Peoples, Documents and Materials, Geographic Regions and a Picture Gallery of selected images. Begun in April, 2007, we currently have 1,309 content pages, 1,177 media files, and 2,305 registered contributors. Watch and help us grow!
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