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The Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs serves the interests Native American communities in Maryland by: Aiding in the process of obtaining State and/or Federal recognition; Promotes awareness and better understanding of the historic and contemporary contributions of Native Americans to Maryland by: Assisting in the protection of Native American burial sites and other culturally significant sites; Organizing and maintaining a database of resources specific to Native American history and culture in Maryland; Publishing information and giving presentations on the culture and accomplishments of Native American groups in Maryland; Serving as a statewide clearinghouse of information for and about the Native American communities of Maryland; Assists state, local, and private agencies provide resources to address the educational, social, and economic needs of Native American communities in Maryland by: Identifying and providing recommendations on unmet social and economic needs; Bringing awareness of and support for physical and mental health programs for Native Americans; Encouraging and promoting economic development in Native American communities.
Text from the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs website.
Maryland State Archives Documents for the Classroom project provides images of original documents, maps, and drawings relating to Native Americans as well as a suggested reading list and a listing of Maryland museum and historic sites.
The Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC) is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1968 with a mission to “assist and support American Indian and Alaskan Native families moving into an urban environment and adjusting to the culture change they will experience”.
Maryland Tribal Web Sites
Accohannock Native American Living Village
Accohannock Indian Tribal Museum
Bending Water Park, 28325 Farm Market Road, Marion Station, MD 21838
mailing address: c/o Accohannock Indian Tribe, Inc., P. O. Box 404, 28380 Crisfield-Marion Road, Marion Station, MD 21838 - 0404