I often get requests for general information about this or that group of Native Americans. There are fifty encyclopedia-like histories here of Native American peoples that provide this kind of informationmaybe the people you are interested in can be found there. (Lee Sultzman).
A very active source of environmental information from the Institute for Global Communications.
A very good encyclopedia article. (David R. Lewis, In Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encyclopedia. Mary B. Davis ed. New York: Garland Publishing, 1994).
Environmental Organizations Web Directory
Very comprehensive list of environmental organizations, either giving an address or internet site. I don't think it's being updated anymore.
Fourth World Documentation Project
A key site on the internet, the FWDP archives numerous native government documents from around the world. However, the FWDP stopped adding documents some time in 1997.
An excellent daily roundup of environmental news in the Rocky Mountain region, from British Columbia to Arizona. They cover Native American news quite well.
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
If not the most, then one of the most complete indices of Native American resources. (Karen M. Strom).
Native American Home Pages
Lisa Mitten maintains one of the two best general directories of Native American resources on the Internet.
This is another very good index of Native American resources on the Internet, organized a little differently than the Index.
Natural Resources Research Information Pages
Focused on natural resources and not the environment, but very thorough. Includes links to general environment catalogues.
An excellent daily roundup of environmental news along the Pacific coast, from northern California to Alaska. Gives good coverage to First Nations issues such as fishing and land rights.
This e-mail newsletter (available via the WWW as well) has become an institution of the Internet, IMHO. It is an entertaining place to get general news about Native America.