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 Families of Religions  Native American   Religions             
 
Native American Religions are many. Because of the  local focus of these traditions, each brings the unique experience and knowledge of that group of people. The nomadic practices of many Indian groups means no buildings and few artifacts can be used today for study the past. Natural sites offer the greatest insight in Native spirituality.. We honor the traditions and respect the wishes of  spiritual elders who have asked to not give public attention to sacred days and observance.

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Links: The following web sites offer information on how selected Indian Nations are living today and how spiritual observations happen.
Pluralism Project Native Religions site

The Red Lake Indian Nation   

The Quinault Indian Nation
First Nations observations in Canada 
Internet Sacred Text Archive
including Native texts
Inuit Mythology
Wikipedia Native American Religion
Update May 10, 2011 See Combinations page as well  
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