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The following web-based resources may be of particular interest to K-12 teachers. This list is by no means comprehensive, but these sites should prove excellent starting points for further research on North Carolina’s American Indian history. General sources of information are offered first, followed by broad historical overviews, a chronological list of secondary sources on numerous topics, and a chronological list of primary sources suitable for classroom use. Also included are dramatic performances and field trip opportunities and additional teaching resources.