Searching for information on Native American tribes and Native nations? These big web sites may be able to help you.
Whose land are you on? Native Land is an interactive website and an app that allows you to search any location and see who are the original inhabitants of the land, worldwide. The website also features a blog with updates and a page for Territory Acknowledgements, with the ability to search specific locations to get tribal affiliation, language, and treaties associated with that area.
You can search tribes alphabetically to learn about them, and learn about native languages as well as native culture. Try putting the name of the tribe you are looking for in the search box to see what other information they list, or scroll down to find the names of tribes listed alphabetically.
If you would rather search by location using a map, you can find state-by-state information, covering historic and contemporary information, languages, culture and history.
Many resources about Indigenous people include biased information, so please also read How to Evaluate Native American and American Indian Websites, which provides help evaluating books too.
If you still need more help, contact a librarian to be sure you get what you need.