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Save Our American Raptors (Exclusive to MSF Pow Wows)

Native American Coalition of the Quad Cities

The mission of the Native American Coalition of the Quad Cities is to promote the affiliation of Native Americans of all nations residing in the Quad Cities area and Non-Native friends into an educational, civic, and cultural organization with their office location in Moline, Iowa.

Native American Public Telecommunications

Jim Denomie along with Barbara Jersey, started a Sunday night radio show strictly devoted to Native Americans in Milwaukee. The show, Voices from the Circle, has been a place for Natives to connect in the western Great Lakes area for eleven years now. This show has been carried by NAPT for the last nine years and has quite a following.

American Indian Association of Illinois

The American Indian Association of Illinois (AIAI) is an educational non-profit that provides an accredited 4 year college degree initiative through the Medicine Shield College Program and Eastern Illinois University.AIAI provides scholarships, tutoring and other support for American Indian students and offers cultural celebration and preservation activities through the Chicago American Indian Mueseum, Barclaw Multimedia and the Black Hawk Performance Company.

The Sundance Gallery

Providing authentic Native American jewelry, arts and crafts: New - Old - Buy - Sell - Trade as well as professional programs, collection appraisals and collection disbursement.

Naper Settlement Museum

Naper Settlement is a family friendly outdoor history museum with twelve acres of learning and interactive exhibits located in downtown Naperville.

Schingoethe Center at Aurora University

Maintains an extensive Native American resource library housed on the campus of Aurora University and a small museum with award winning exhibits including Native People's of Illinois: 1673-1835.

Pilcher Park Nature Center

Pilcher Park offers playground areas, picnic grounds, scenic hiking trails, bicycle trails, and cross country ski trails. Over 640 acres of land provide a habitat for wildlife and the perfect environment for outdoor recreation.

Elgin Public Museum

The Elgin Public Museum of Natural History and Anthropology features collections, exhibits, and educational programs and is located in beautiful Lords Park.

Save The Prairie Society

The 80 acre Wolf Road Prairie Nature Preserve is co-owned by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) and the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPDCC). The Illinois Nature Preserves Commission (INPC) oversees management and protection of the site where the historic Franzosenbusch Prairie House is located.


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