Native Americans, Sacredness and Sacred Places
http://www.iupui.edu/~mstd/narep/sacredness.htm

WEB RESOURCE This brief outline overview of sacred places and concepts of sacredness among native peoples is a good place to begin learning. One take away is the recentness of the suppression of the religious ideas, practices, and place of native peoples in the United States.

Native American Rituals and Ceremonies
https://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-ceremonies/

WEB RESOURCE This site provides an important concept about Native beliefs and practices in America. "Ceremony and rituals have long played a vital and essential role in Native American culture. Often referred to as 'religion,' most Native Americans did not consider their spirituality, ceremonies, and rituals as 'religion,' in the way that Christians do. Rather, their beliefs and practices form a integral and seamless part of their very being." The focus is mythology, rituals and ceremonies, dances, and specific traditions.

Native American Spirituality
https://www.thoughtco.com/native-american-spirituality-2562540

WEB RESOURCE This rich web source has materials and descriptions of elements of Native American spirituality. It includes discussions of: Creation Stories; Deities and Spirits; Vision Quests and Spiritual Journeys;The Medicine Man and Shamanism; and Reverence for the Ancestors. The last section about the "Dangers of Cultural Appropriation" is becoming a larger and larger problem.

Native America - Sacred Stories
https://www.pbs.org/native-america/extras/sacred-stories/

WEB VIDEO Explore the cultural sacred stories featured in the PBS series 'Native America' through animation. These short animated videos include Sacred Stories: Hopi Creation Story; Haudenosaunee's Legendary Founding; A Gift of Corn to the Choctow; The Comanche and the Horse; The Teotihuacan Fire Ceremony; and Inca Origins

Native American Netroots: Religion
http://nativeamericannetroots.net/diary/tag/Religion/

WEB RESOURCE This history site has a set if short articles about Native American sacred sites, ceremonies, prophets, religious practices, etc.

What Makes a Mountain, Hill or Prairie a 'Sacred' Place for Native Americans?
https://observer.com/2017/02/what-makes-a-mountain-hill-or-prairie-a-sacred-place-for-native-americans/

WEB RESOURCE What Native American leaders mean when they say that certain landscapes are "sacred places" or "sacred sites"? What makes a mountain, hill or prairie a “sacred” place? This article describes the traditional answers to these questions in Blackfeet tribal territory. It was the basis of the protest between the Blackfeet and the owners of the pipeline being built in that region in 2017.