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  • Archaeologists Discover Tomb Of Mayan King(100 clicks)
    A team of archaeologists led by Stephen Houston has discovered a royal tomb in Guatemala, filled with materials that have been preserved for approximately 1,600 years
  • Chile Indigenous People Portal(105 clicks)
    "In our Portal, available in English and Spanish, we have include useful information, like historical and cultural information about Aymara's, Kolla's, Rapa Nui's, Diaguitas's, Mapuche's, Selknam's etc., Native Languages Dictionaries, Digital Books, Music, Video and a interesting directory of web links."
  • Cultures of the Andes(103 clicks)
    Lots of resources
  • Essays in Population History, Vol. III: Mexico and California(119 clicks)
    Seminal work by Sherburne F. Cook and Woodrow Borah
  • Fourth World Documentation Project(108 clicks)
    This site is dedicated to the nations of the Fourth World and our elders. Our goal is to present the online community with the greatest possible access to Fourth World documents and resources. The Fourth World Documentation Project is an online library of texts which record and preserve our peoples' struggles to regain their rightful place in the international community.
  • Incas(106 clicks)
  • Journey Through Tikal(96 clicks)
    Welcome to Journey through Tikal, brought to you by Studio360. This interactive site explores the ancient Mayan ruins of Tikal, a city that flourished over 2,000 years ago in Central America.
  • Latin American Prehistory(111 clicks)
    General in scope
  • Loife and Death: Mesoamerican Ball Game(108 clicks)
  • Lords of the Earth(157 clicks)
    The Maya/Aztec/Inca of the Lords of the Earth, a Web site, which deals with the Archeology and Anthropology of the Americas.
  • The Aztec(125 clicks)
  • The Sport of Life and Death: The Mesoamerican Ballgame(117 clicks)
    Traveling exhibition of the Mint Museum. Need Shockwave Flash to view this site.