Useful Links Pertaining to Idaho Tribes & Native Americans

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail of Historic Photo of Two Fort Hall Chiefs

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail of Historic Photo of Logan Apenay, Bannock Tribe

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail Historic Photo of the Daniel Girls, Skitswish Tribe

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail of Historic Photo of the Simon David Family, Kootenai Tribe, Bonners Ferry

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail of Historic Photo of a Young Nez Perce Boy

Click Here to Enlarge Thumbnail of Historic Photo of Jack Edmo Family, Shoshone-Bannock Tribe, c. 1898

Idaho Tribes 

Coeur d'Alene Tribe -- Schitsu' Umsh, "The Discovered People"
Kootenai Tribe

Nez Perce Tribe

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes

Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation - Nevada & Idaho


Other Native American-Related Links  

American Indian Heritage Foundation

Includes a Tribal Directory, Resource Directory, Indigenous Peoples' Literature (and Art), various programs supported by AIHF, and more.  

American Indian Science & Engineering Society Native American Student Association (AISES)

Includes information about upcoming events, education, national chapters, internships, and more.

National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)

Its mission is “To develop and expand an American Indian private sector which employs Indian labor, increases the number of tribal and individual Indian businesses, and positively impacts and involves reservation communities, by establishing business relationships between Indian enterprises and private industry.” Includes information about Native American Business Development Centers, the American Business Indian Connection (a database), the Marketing & Procurement Assistance Program, the Native American Business Consultant, and more.  

National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)

"As the preeminent national Indian organization, NCAI is organized as a representative congress aiming for consensus on national priority issues. NCAI continues to strengthen its foundation and organizational capacity to meet today's challenges." Includes Issues in Indian Country, a Tribal Directory, and a National Calendar of Events.  


Indian Country's business news and social network.


Native American Indian Business Development Web portal working in conjunction with NCAIED. The web portal works to facilitate a sustainable economic development within American Indian and Alaska Native communities through linking NCAIED, federal agencies, educational institutions, organizations, and other business and informational resources through a single web portal. Through this website, you can search for specific resources for business development and other resources, browse through publications on economic development, and catch up on what's new that affect Native businesses, procurement opportunities and other resources related to Native American Indians throughout the world.

Organization of Native American Business & Entrepreneurial Network (ONABEN)

A Native American Business Network which is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation created by Northwest Indian Tribes to increase the success of private businesses owned by Native Americans. ONABEN offers training and support focused on developing entrepreneurship in Indian communities.

Small Business Administration (SBA)'s Office of Native American Affairs

Ensures that American Indians, Native Alaskans and Native Hawaiians seeking to create, develop and expand small businesses have full access to the necessary business development and expansion tools available through the Agency’s entrepreneurial development, lending and procurement programs. 

Snake River Basin Business Association, Inc. (SRBBA) The Snake River Basin Business Association, Inc., supports Native American small businesses, Native entrepreneurs and a strong reservation economy on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.