The Links on this page are to both friends of OTHRP and to some of the institutions with whom OTHRP has worked over the years. The Umonhon (Omaha) are one of the most studied tribes in North America and there is a rich heritage that spans across the collection of many institutions besides OTHRP and New Moon Moving.
A classic anthropological book by Robin Ridington and Dennis Hastings.
A linguistic expert on the Omaha language, specializing in grammar.
Professional photographer who has spent time photographing the Omaha and photographed the takeover of Alcatraz Island.
The collection of music from the original wax recordings taken by Frances Densmore and others.
State historical society which is currently housing the Omaha Tribal collection.
Located in Chicago, the Newberry houses an outstanding Native American collection much of which can be purused through their online catelog.
Official site of the Omaha Tribe.
A portion of the Omaha Collection online.
The official site for the public schools in Macy NE.
The official site for the college which Dennis Hastings helped found and where he got his MA and where Margery Coffey received her MA. Hastings and Coffey are currently enrolled at WISR to work jointly on their PhDs.
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