BOY SCOUTS AND INDIANS
William C. Powers
Rutgers University

THE WOOD BADGE BEADS OF DINZULU
Elwyn Jenkins
Pretoria, South Africa

 

 
"May You Walk In Sunshine"
From the Album Sacred Spirit II: More Chants And Dances Of The Native Americans

NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE & CULTURAL RESOURCES

TRIBES OF THE INDIAN NATION - MAP 

 

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
4th St. and Independence Avenue,
SW MRC 590 PO Box 37012
Washington, DC 20013-7012
202-633-1000

 
Navajo Code Talkers Of World War II

 

 
American Indian Scouting Association
AISA
109 Tam-O-Shanter Drive
Blythewood, SC 29016
(803) 754-7037
Charlotte Barker
kaybarker1@earthlink.net  



 
The Baltimore American Indian Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 6171
113 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
(410) 675-3535 (Voice)
(410) 675-6909 (FAX)
John Simermeyer, Executive Director
Email:
info@baic.org

The Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs (MCIA)

Maryland Indigenous Tribes Contact Information



AMERICAN INDIANS IN MARYLAND
 

The original inhabitants of the area that is now Maryland included:

  • The Lenape tribe
  • The Nanticoke tribe (including the Piscataway and Conoy)
  • The Powhatan tribe (including the Accohannock)
  • The Ohio Valley Tribes (including Shawnee)
  • The Susquehannock tribe
  • The Tutelo and Saponi tribes

Source: Native Languages of the Americas website