This webpage features North America before the Europeans, and during the ensuing four centuries (1500-1900) of European dispossession of the native populations by violence and deceit, euphemistically termed "the clash of cultures", and with modern information on tribes and cultures.The collection of Google Maps contains about 15,000 feature-rich placemarks with live links to web resources organized topically and usually with dates, and the Google Earth viewer .
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As another example, there is a "Bibliography of Bibliographies" in the NAP Library that currently contains 887 titles, compared to standard academic bibliographies that contain perhaps 100 or fewer titles.
A related collection in the NAP Library is Place Names in the United States and Canada of Indian Origin, currently containing about 300 titles and soon to grow to over 1,500. The ACTUAL place names or original Indian names for towns and villages and counties and states and rivers and streams and mountains and the like is another on-going compilation locating each place name on the Google Map series and making them available on the Google Earth collection: for this, as an example, Long Island, New York, alone has nearly 500 identified Indian place names that are being located, with the original meaning of the Indian word(s) for the locality.
In addition to the Google Maps, the Google Earth collection, and the Facebook page Native America Project, I have compiled a massive research library that is accessible online for research, with over 14,000 titles categorized along lines similar to the Google Maps (and I am adding to this collection steadily).
The Native America Project Online Library is best used by selecting one of the main categories from the drop-down menu at top left, and then searching inside that category using the lower search window at top right ("search your library", not the "search site" window above it, which searches all libraries in the website).