The following sites relate to birch bark canoes, lving history, the fur trade, canoeing and Native American culture. 'center'>
American Canoe Association - The ACA Serves the Nation's Paddlers by Helping Ensure Safe, Enjoyable, and Quality Recreation Opportunities on America's Waterways . Top ACA News Groups Join Forces Against Jet
Canadian Recreational Canoe Association now known as Paddle Canada - The official website of paddling in Canada
Canadian Canoe Museum - Visit the Canadian Canoe Museum, in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada - home of the world's largest collection of canoes and kayaks. Featuring bark canoes from every part of the continent
Minnesota Historical Society - Visual Resourse Database featuring photographs, art, posters and fine art photographs.
Wolastoqiyik, Mi'kmaq and Passamaquoddy Peoples - First Nations Cultures in Atlantic Canada. This site provides a photographic archive of Native birchbark canoes from the Atlantic Northeast. This is a real treasure and a delight to see.
The National Film Board of Canada - Films On First Nation Peoples of Canada.
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness - An entry point map for the wilderness as well as a list of permit issuing stations and regulations.
Wooden Canoe Heritage Association - A Non-profit group interested in the use of traditional style canoes, with 1,500 members nation-wide. Links to builders, suppliers, graphics and related websites.
Native American Reenacting - Native American Reenacting is the on-line home of historical reenacting and living history!
NativeTech - A topically organized educational web site emphasizing the Eastern Woodlands region, organized into categories of Beadwork, Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery, Leather & Clothes, Metalwork, Plants & Trees, Porcupine Quillwork
North American Voyageur Council (NAVC) - The North American Voyageur Council (NAVC) is a nonprofit educational organization for individuals interested in various aspects of the fur trade era, whether researchers, reenactors and living historians, history buffs, or the curious and interested.
Canoe Roots Magazine. - The media source for Canadian paddle sports.
Muzzleloader Magazine - The publication for traditional blackpowder shooters.
Smoke and Fire Company and Newspaper - The marketplace for living historians. If you want to know what is happening and what is available for living historians this is the place.
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