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Participants

  • User:Chittah Adding info on Indigenous musicians, focus on those from Treaty 6 territory
  • User:Adamant1 Adding details about precolonial cultures to articles about California towns and helping what's already there be less bias. Also, improving the quality of Wintun information.
  • David A. Victor, contribute biographical material on Michigan indigenous peoples (have written entries or stubs on John Okemos, Andrew Blackbird, Shavehead, Mecosta, Shaw-shaw-way-nay-beece and Wosso, and contributed or hyperlinked to others)
  • Phaedriel
  • User:ish ishwar (languages, linguistics)
  • Rockero Culture, history, and Bios. I've got my hands pretty full with the Mex-Am/Chicano wikiproject, but this really needs to be done. Please check my user page for my position on Native American-related articles. Hope I can help.
  • Johntex\talk - pow-wow, Gourd Dance and related.
  • Jouke Bersma Contributions 11:46, 25 November 2008 (UTC) I've been working on Touch the Cloud and Crazy Horse articles. I have some interest in the Battle of Little Big Horn.
  • MONGO I'll help in any way I can.
  • Luiginazasi - with northern issues, especially the Yukon
  • Aaron Walden - archaeology, Cherokee Nation, other matters.
  • pschemp | talk - Whatever I can do.
  • Bookofsecrets - I grew up hearing that our family had ties to Native Americans, but it never went beyond that. After doing genealogy research for the past 27 years I have come to discover that I have a tremendous amount of Native American blood. I'm in the process of learning about my Native American heritage, culture, and language. I'm also in the process of learning about my own nv-wa-ti.
  • Dlayiga
  • James Crippen – I do linguistics, particularly the Na-Dené languages. I also do stuff on northern Northwest Coast, including Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, Eyak, and their neighbors.
  • Donald Albury 12:28, 11 February 2006 (UTC) - I'm working on topics in the history of Florida and the Bahamas, including articles about indigenous peoples of those areas.
  • Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters 19:57, 11 February 2006 (UTC) - I haven't really worked on these topics, but I do have a bit of background knowledge and would be interested in providing help/input on some pages.
  • Jaedglass - I substantially rewrote the page on Chief John Ross from a research paper on his life. I have also contributed to related pages including Pathkiller, Major Ridge, Elias Boudinot, Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, Worchester v. Georgia, and William Wirt.
  • Gflores Talk, won't be active, but am supportive of this project and will check back here occasionally.
  • Bkwillwm I did Economy of the Iroquois, and I'd like to expand Wikipedia's coverage fo Native Americans further
  • This won't be my primary project, and I don't know much but did want to add a little. My wife is part Odawa through her maternal grandmother. I'm impressed at how well organised/structured it is, congrats Phaedriel! ++Lar: t/c 03:44, 13 February 2006 (UTC)
  • Walter Siegmund (talk) 23:24, 16 February 2006 (UTC) — I thought about joining before, in part because I'm so impressed with the organization of this page, but was reluctant to make further commitments. But, then the project came to one of the pages that I already edit, Devils Tower National Monument. So count me in.
  • Ganymead I work mostly on articles relating to theatre, but I have a special affinity for the Mandan and the Cherokee.
  • TriNotch 23:49, 17 February 2006 (UTC) Okay, I'm in. I'm an Eastern United States archaeologist specializing in the Mississippian culture. I'll be focusing on pre-Columbian Native America.
  • Buckboard 11:38, 19 February 2006 (UTC) Not sure how much I can contribute but will be around to add input
  • Tim Q. Wells I will help with linguistics.
  • Skookum1 17:39, 23 February 2006 (UTC) British Columbia and PacNW native languages/groups; knowledgeable in pre-Oregon Treaty history and infra-aboriginal conflicts. Not a linguist but semi-fluent in the Chinook Jargon.
  • cjllw 08:01, 3 March 2006 (UTC). Particularly Mesoamerican and central Mexican peoples, pre-Columbian history, archaeology and palaeoanthropology of the region, indigenous peoples' rights and concerns.
  • Bill 05:11, 5 March 2006 (UTC) I am a linguist who has worked extensively on Dakelh since 1992. The languages that I know best structurally are Athabaskan, but I am also quite familiar with language status, documentation status, language boundaries and so forth in British Columbia. I am the webmaster for the Yinka Dene Language Institute.
  • --Emb021 16:05, 17 March 2006 (UTC) - my interests are in order: Seminole/Creek/Mikasuki tribe(s) of Florida, pre-contact tribes of Florida, pre-contact southeastern cultural groups, southeastern cultural groups, 'mound builder' cultures of the eastern woodland. Have made a few minor edits and additions in this area, and will try to continue. Am also a long-time 'seminole re-enactor'.
  • Asarelah
  • Charon9 History Buff - Indian Rights - Occaneechi Saponi / Ojibwa Indian (Cherokee / Chippewa as a simple translation)
  • Gentgeen - I am a singer on the oldest intertribal drum in Northern California.
  • Mannypr My main emphasis is on tribes, nations, and groups of northern Mexico. Besides that I try to improve articles concerning people of Mesoamerica & the Southwest.
  • Wootking I am always happy to contribute.
  • CJLippert — Issues dealing with Anishinaabe and Dakota Sioux cultures, histories and languages. Geographic emphases on the Great Lakes region. Due to the real world job working for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians, Tribal sovereignty, treaty and constitutional issues are given weight, balanced with oral history common to the region. As one of the editors to the Freelang Ojibwe Dictionary, can often provide insight to Anishinaaabemowin.
  • JuanMuslim 1m 18:27, 29 May 2006 (UTC)
  • User:Rewinn: married into Siletz, hope to get some of the kids interested in the history!
  • User:Vizjim. I've been studying contemporary literature in English by Native Americans for the best part of a decade and will be trying to flesh out the pages related to this topic. I'm particularly proud of my work on the Gerald Vizenor article. On my user page is a huge list of redlinks I would like to turn blue. Anyone fancy doing a Joy Harjo article? Vizjim 08:33, 30 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Kafziel - I live in New York's Hudson Valley, and there's a lot of native history here from the 17th and 18th centuries. I'll help however I can. There's not much left to photograph around here, but pretty good records were kept on a lot of the Indian Wars and I've been trying to fill in some gaps here. Let me know if there's anything I can help you with.
  • RyGuy17 I'm pretty sure I can help with some of the cultural and linguistic stuff, I'm no college graduate or anything but I'm really interested in this subject
  • User:Schwael Although I'm pretty ignorant on the subject, it's an important one, and I'll do my best to help out! Schwael 00:21, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
  • User:James_Possamai In the past I spent around 15 years buying and selling basketry, rugs, beadwork, pottery, jewelry etc. Would like to add to the art aspect. Also to influences ie. art changing from utilitarian to tourist type stuff. by the way, mostly specialize in Southwest tribes
  • CQ • I am 3/16 Cherokee and a founding member of WikiProject Community.
  • Wichitalineman - expertise in language & to a lesser extent culture & cultural history, & also Native American literature.
  • Basser_g - I will try to help edit some articles, mostly historical issues pertinent to Canada
  • Somerset219 - Pascua Yaqui Tribe/ tucson tribes
  • Thε Halo Θ - I'll mostly be putting the NorthAmNative template, and learning a lot :)
  • User:DanArmiger. I am a Native American Studies major with an interest in midwest tribes, though I can help with most in north america.
  • Cuchullain - Mostly historical information, particularly about the East Coast.
  • Himasaram - Flags of Native Americans; both historical and of modern-day tribal entities.
  • Smmurphy(Talk) - Music and current issues dealing mostly with tribes in South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa.
  • Vampyrecat 03:51, 7 September 2006 (UTC) - I will focus primarily on Northern California coastal indigenous groups.
  • Amerique 11:38, 24 September 2006 (UTC): Interested in language and culture, history, activism.
  • Leo1410 01:05, 7 October 2006 (UTC) I mostly work on articles about the Ojibwe and other Anishinaabe peoples.
  • Alarob 18:28, 11 October 2006 (UTC): Mvto! I'm actively studying southeastern American Indian history. Interested in studying the Mvskoke/Creek language.
  • John Hill 23:32, 15 October 2006 (UTC) : I have a particular interest in the "extinct" Beothuk - or original inhabitants of Newfoundland who were among my ancestors and some of the peoples of Alaska with whom I worked and lived many years ago. I am also very interested in the study of ancient migrations to the Americas and Australia. I have contributed to the article on the Beothuk.
  • Canuckman55 18 October 2006 (UTC): I have a great interest in the Aboriginal peoples of Northwestern Ontario. I live in Thunder Bay, Ontario and thus have great access to resources about the peoples in this region.
  • Qyd 16:52, 19 October 2006 (UTC): trying to organise articles related to First Nations in Alberta
  • KenWalker 04:46, 22 October 2006 (UTC): reading, fixing anything I can as I go along.
  • Marialadouce 18:27, 26 October 2006 (UTC) : I can help translate articles to and from English, French and Spanish. I may need help with vocabulary specific to the topic, but I am eager to contribute in any way I can. Please do not hesitate to ask me to translate something!
  • Rcollman 12:41, 18 November 2006 (UTC) :interested in southwest in the 1800s and oral and written history of that time, and cross cultural interaction and perceptions. Another hobby is my families genealogy and contributing to the moodle.org wiki.
  • --Dtwarren 19:46, 24 November 2006 (UTC) - I will help edit some articles, mostly pertinent to the New York nations/tribes
  • BruceHallman 21:32, 4 December 2006 (UTC) - My special interest includes the Northwest Coast, and California.
  • FEastman 16:06, 7 December 2006 (UTC) - New England region
  • Korenyuk 01:45, 12 December 2006 (UTC): As an ethno-linguist, I'm really eager to contribute about Lakhota (a language I learned and still learn), translating articles from/to English, Ukrainian, French, bokmål, Swedish, German... and still impatient to get a Lakhota Wiki edition started!
  • Efrafra 06:31, 19 December 2006 (UTC): I'm not a expert or a scholar, but I'm particularly interested in seeing more well-developed articles on influential Native people in history. This can be tough to accomplish here as so many of the cross-references for various historical entries on wikipedia contain misinformation (or just a serious lack of Native perspective). I'm a professional writer/editor (although remember--I'm not a scholar!), so I can help with style and making sure an article is balanced and communicates the big picture.
  • OldManRivers 02:34, 7 January 2007 (UTC) - Northwest Coast histories, mostly Salishan and Kwakwaka'wakw, both historical, political, and cultural.
  • Richiar I'm very interested in the Native American culture and history, in specific, central plains and southwest, but willing to develop the whole topic.
  • on camera 06:55, 15 January 2007 (UTC) - Can help clean up random pages and remove vandalism, particularly pertaining to the Dakota, Lakota, Nakota tribes articles.
  • Miskwito 03:15, 30 January 2007 (UTC)
  • Al95521 Thanks for the honor of being invited to join. Yurok, Wiyot, Miwok, and other indigenous people of present day Northern California.--al95521 08:44, 18 February 2007 (UTC)
  • --Toussaint 16:07, 21 February 2007 (UTC) - Although I'm currently stuck on writing articles on slavery in specific U.S. states, I hope to contribute towards articles concerning Indigenous Americans and relations between them and Afro-Americans. This WikiProject should be fun to engage.
  • --JStripes 17:49, 6 March 2007 (UTC) Scholar of American Indian history and literature, especially Northern Plains and Pacific Northwest.
  • -- MarcoTolo 04:23, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
  • Yksin 19:11, 14 March 2007 (UTC) - Can do some improvement on articles relating to Alaska Natives.
  • Wiki Raja 08:18, 15 March 2007 (UTC)
  • Lojah 22:36, 3 April 2007 (UTC) - I am a traditional Muskogee Creek Stomp Dancer with training and experience in anthropology. I have a lot to contribute about contemporary and historical Native cultures, especially in the Southeast. I am currently especially engaged in the Stomp Dance and Shadowyze articles. I added a much needed article on Tom Bee and plan to approach the Green Corn Ceremony and Native American Music Award articles soon. Relatively new to Wikipedia, so constructive advice is welcomed.
  • Lisapollison My expertise and field work were in Iroquoian Languages, Culture and Archaeology. I also did some fieldwork in Iroquian Folklore, Folk Medicine and the use of Entheogens, the Pan-Indian movement and the documentation of conflicts over the move towards Gaming. I also studied Nahautl. My interests are pretty varied.
  • Miss Mondegreen talk
  • User:Jeffrey Vernon Merkey Cherokee Nation Citizen, Cherokee Speaker, Aniyvwiya Religious Organization, US Army Veteran, Black War Shield Gourd Society Member.
  • Psdubow 19:20, 25 May 2007 (UTC) I'll help however and where-ever I can.
  • Duff I am a recent reader of Gale Ontko's massive and heavily referenced works on Oregon's indigenous history. I am an avid learner and If I can help in any way, I shall.
  • Murderbike Try when I can to add stuff. Started Upper Skagit (tribe) (to expand when I'm back in Washington) to differentiate from Lower Skagit (tribe) (that's next), and currently working on Yavapai people (while in Arizona) in my sandbox.
  • DieWeisseRose - Started Fred Begay and Skins (film) articles and have worked on Adrian C. Louis, Joy Harjo and other American Indian-related articles. --DieWeisseRose 20:41, 7 July 2007 (UTC)
  • User:Carla - I am researching my own indigenous heritage, and am always driven to correct errors, lies of commission, and lies of omission in our history record.
  • User:Tea and crumpets - I can help. I don't know much about Native Americans, but I am interested. I can help clean up articles and create maps locating reservations.
  • Cgingold 14:59, 15 October 2007 (UTC) Long time supporter of Indigenous Rights; professional writer/editor; most familiar with culture/history/current issues of Sioux/Lakota, Navajo/Dine, and various California tribes.
  • RepublicanJacobiteThe'FortyFive' 15:45, 16 October 2007 (UTC) Long-time supporter of the rights of indigenous peoples everywhere. My interests are varied, but I am particularly intrigued (being of "mixed-blood") by the Métis, Maroons, and other peoples in No. America and the Caribbean that mixed Indian, European, and/or African.
  • PEPSI2786talk -- I am interested in working for the WikiProject due to my own Cherokee heritage.
  • Hyacinth (talk) 01:29, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
  • User:Tillman: I know a fair amount about pre-Conquest SW cultures. Recently wrote Fred Kabotie, and am gradually improving Hopi. Longtime Arizona resident. Pete Tillman (talk) 18:55, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
  • User:BradMajors: North-eastern United States prior to 1783.
  • ·Maunus· ·ƛ· 17:57, 28 February 2008 (UTC) Mesoamerica.
  • User:Shanbhag.rohan
  • Reedmalloy talk
  • Blueelectricstorm talk Aleut from Naknek, Alaska
  • Rob Focus primarily on Choctaw and associated topics. Professional--history, information systems, and writer.
  • Quartermaster, Eastern Washington, the Yakama, Klickitat, Palouse, Yakima War and have been regularly beefing up the Kamiakin article.
  • Ζρς ι'β' ¡hábleme! -- I will help work on articles relating to the Lakota tribe.
  • Swampfire (talk) 02:50, 10 July 2008 (UTC) Okefenokee Swamp, Algonquin and Creek Have been active in Native Americans of the United States Billy Bowlegs and created Sonuk Mikko and the List of notable Native Americans of the United States
  • User:Montanabw Also a member of WikiProject Montana and WikiProject Equine (where I spend most of my time). Interests are Native people of the Northern Plains and Rocky Mountains, western history generally. Contributed several photos to Pow-wow article, made minor tweaks elsewhere from time to time. Probably won't edit a lot on this project, but if you want me to check something in these areas, would be glad to do so.
  • User:epit1 Mi'gmaq researcher
  • User:Kjikaqawej Mi'kmaq and Abenaki by ancestry and culture, with some knowledge of Haudenosaunee cultures, mostly "Mohawk"; also have intermediate knowledge of pow-wow, being a pow-wow chanter/drummer.
  • SMSpivey (talk) 08:06, 21 December 2008 (UTC) Pee Dee, also an archaeologist; have added content to the Pee Dee (tribe) article and hope to make additions to the NAGPRA article and articles about Late Archaic Southeastern archaeology
  • jomeara421 (talk) 22 December, 2008, Eastern Algonquian languages (especially Delaware languages,Munsee language), also Ojibwe (e.g. Anishinini language, Ottawa language), general Algonquian.
  • Dmitri Lytov 31 December 2008, for the time being, I have translated from English into Russian a lot of articles dedicated to Native Americans, their culture and their languages. I hope to participate more actively in this project in the future.
  • Uyvsdi (talk) 03:30, 13 February 2009 (UTC)Uyvsdi. Native American artist, publisher, and art historian. Interested in improving pages about Native American artists, but have mostly been creating pages for federally-recognized tribes in Oklahoma. Most knowledgeable about Southern Plains and Woodlands tribes.
  • Millennium_Twain 15 March 2009, Lived with the Maori in Aotearoa for a year, reside currently in my hometown of Goddess Moon (Ahi, 'Awha'y in the Chumash) California. Focus for the last decade has been on global aboriginal Grandmother's wisdom, our relationship with all our relations, and healing our Mother Earth. Recently created the SpiritWorld article, global ancestral and indigenous, and am planning an article on the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, and creating or editing Chumash- and pre-Chumash-related articles. [1]
  • BillyJack193 (talk) 18:29, 9 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Pmcginty (talk · contribs), 28 May 2009, music (traditional and contemporary), film, and famous people
  • Kathryn NicDhàna (talk · contribs) Only partially active on WP right now, but have the extra buttons. Not Native, but have some experience with what is and isn't appropriate to post on the Internet. Occasionally I try to clean up the misinformation and inappropriate stuff that tends to creep in.
  • Fred Bauder (talk · contribs) Doing some research on the nineteenth century Indian Wars and creating an article on that period while editing articles about the various battles, personalities, treaties, and tribes involved. Fred Talk 22:10, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
  • Til Eulenspiegel (talk · contribs) I have already done a bit of work, and created a couple articles, on East-Coast Algonquian, Siouan and Iroquoian topics. Nemultis
  • Guru42 (talk · contribs) I mostly work on the Cherokee articles, as well as some of the plains and northwest tribes.
  • Shawn in Montreal (talk · contribs) I've done a fair bit of category and article work related Indigenous culture and cinema, particularly as it pertains to Aboriginal film in Canada, as well as some recent work on violence against Aboriginal women in Canada. I did some work on the Métis category structure a while back, as well.
  • Babbage (talk · contribs) I'm a linguist and programmer. I have recently begun working obsessively a lot on California languages, particularly Pomoan and thereabouts.
  • Hochungra (talk · contribs) Improving the accuracy and visibility of Native American literature and journalism.
  • IanCheesman (talk · contribs) By no means an expert, I do, however, have a lot of interest and respect.
  • Anneyh (talk · contribs), I like Aboriginal art. I contribute mainly in the French wikipedia (wp:fr contribs).
  • Whs10 (talk · contribs) I'll do whatever I can, especially in the field of linguistics. I have an interest in linguistics, and am currently learning the Klallam language. I am not an expert my any stretch of the meaning, but I'll do my best!
  • Smallchief (talk · contribs) Member Kaw tribe, also Osage, Potawatomi, and Anglo. I am primarily interested in the Indian tribes and early Spanish and French explorations in the Southwestern United Stats.
  • Carptrash (talk · contribs) Anglo, living in New Mexico, I add content and images where I can.
  • Ramapoughnative (talk · contribs) Ramapough/Nanticoke/Oneida (enrolled Ramapough and one of the Tribal Historians) I have many books on the Munsee/Unami connections in North Jersey/Southern New York/Western Connecticut. I would like to assist. I will focus primarily on Natives American Tribes and people in this area.
  • BGinOC (talk · contribs) Historian
  • Nudecline (talk · contribs) , interested about the preservation of the indigenous environment and forests.
  • Fred Bauder (talk · contribs), I have worked on Cheyenne articles quite a bit, but lately on Navajo history. I am especially proud of Big Spotted Horse.
  • Owen (talk · contribs), Anglo/Metis (Ojibwe/Algonquin), living in Oregon. I have a background in cultural anthropology, and am studying a local language (Chinuk wawa). My focus is naturally on the Pacific Northwest, but I am interested in indigenous issues everywhere.
  • Vihelik (talk) 16:48, 3 October 2010 (UTC)
  • Missvain Working on writing living bios on Native artists and public art. Missvain (talk) 17:34, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
  • Johanna-Hypatia—Algonquian languages, in particular Lenape, and Eastern Woodlands history. Here's a sample of my work: Placenames of indigenous origin in the Americas#Pennsylvania
  • User:PPdd (talk) - I'm only 1/32 Native American (Apache), but I always list it first. I like to run barefoot in desert mountains and chaparral at sunrise each day, where I specialize in the field botany of the plants, and their historic native uses, in western North America. I am interested in Native Clown, Drum, and Dance, and the associated symbolism. My first significant contributions in these areas were in the Desert chaparral and Ridiculous articles. PPdd (talk) 14:58, 9 April 2011 (UTC)
  • Augwp (talk) -- (mainly wikignoming)
  • MinervaK -- I'm in. Main interest is Shawnee, specifically in the Ohio Valley and environs. Amateur genealogist and professional writer. Happy to help.
  • Oosting - Name's Michael. I'm 1/4 NunatuKavummiut, the "Inuit-Métis" people of southern Labrador, Canada. This has always interested me, my heritage. However, I've never been to Labrador. In fact, I live adjacent to a Mohawk reserve, the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Because of this, my main interest is the Mohawk language :)
  • Djembayz -- Cheyenne Wikipedia, wikignoming, Native American languages in Incubator
  • Gobonobo (talk · contribs) - interested in history, self-determination, AIM
  • Karmos - Working on Uranium mining and the Navajo people, primarily the Church Rock uranium mill spill and other mining/milling-related damage. I hope to write the article on the Navajo Nightway at some point.
  • Deflagro (talk · contribs) - Interested in Pow wow articles and helping any way I can.
  • User:Patrick Lavalley - History-wise I specialize in Creation Stories and pre-Columbian migrations. I will be creating a page or grouping of pages detailing the migrations as documented in the Walam Olum and other Midewewin Scrolls, migration stories and supported by relevant histories, wintercounts and oral traditions from other tribes and colonial peoples. I have intuited how to date the scroll images to within +/- of 15-30 years accuracy. I will also be developing a page on the Beaver Wars from its ancient pre-Columbian cause according-to-legend to it's close with the Dish With One Spoon Belt Treaty of 1701. A third effort I will work on is updating the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, and Saugeen First Nation pages, with a possible creation of a new page encompassing both Bands under their Joint title Saugeen Ojibway Nation.
  • Razlem - Working with the Houma Nation to revitalize their language, interested in expanding the existing Houma people article to include a more in-depth description of their history and culture.
  • Taram (talk) 16:49, 21 August 2013 (UTC) --White Mountain Apache, Navajo
  • Amqui I'm from Canada, working to develop the Wikipedias in North American Aboriginal languages Wikipedias as well as other free projects to teach those languages themselves, I have created the Canadian Aboriginal Wikipedias Cooperation and Wikimedia Indigenous Languages and I'm currently working on Wikilang, I'm an administrator on Cheyenne, Cree and Inuktitut Wikipedias as well as some Native language Wikipedias in the Incubator where I did created some Wikipedias myself, I have coordinated school projects in Canada to develop content in Aboriginal languages on Wikipedia and I'm working with Wikimedia Canada to set up more projects with Native communities, I'm not really here to develop Indigenous topics articles on the English Wikipedia, but I have developed some Indigenous-related articles on the French Wikipedia, don't hesitate to contact me for help or support with anything relating to projects in Aboriginal languages, Amqui (talk) 21:36, 22 August 2013 (UTC)
  • Ssenier I teach Native American literature at the University of New Hampshire and have enlisted my students in adding entries on Native American authors, especially those from New England. Ssenier (talk) 16:01, 26 September 2013 (UTC)
  • Cnicholson12 I am working to contribute to articles about reservation inequalities, specifically to do with healthcare and education. Cnicholson12 (talk) 23:28, 8 October 2013 (UTC)
  • WriterArtistDC (talk) 04:39, 7 November 2013 (UTC) Editing Native American mascot controversy and related articles.
  • OR drohowa (talk) 04:55, 16 January 2014 (UTC) WIR at Metropolitan New York Library Council interested in editing about Native American artists and authors
  • Joeystanley (talk) 17:58, 25 March 2014 (UTC) I work on small languages here and there. Some fit into this the scope of this project. Did a fair amount of work on Jemez language.
  • Kaitymh (talk) 21:45, 27 May 2014 (UTC) - Hello! I'm interested in improving the history sections of Native Americans on national or state parks pages. I live in the San Francisco Bay area, California and found these sections to be really lacking, even with so much tourism and interest. Some pages I've been working on or planning to: Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes, Ohlone people, Big Sur
  • Voltaire's Vaquero (talk) 05:26, 4 July 2014 (UTC) I am hopeful to improve upon the history sections of the indigenous of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Susun (talk) Just reworked the Indian termination policy page and added major data for Oregon and California groups, created articles on the Kansas Act of 1940 and Tillie Hardwick and updated substantial information on Same-sex marriage under United States tribal jurisdictions. History, people and policy are my key interests. Most familiarity is with Oklahoma tribes. Predominantly, I am a researcher, not a programmer, and any topic that relates to how people are effected by policy is of interest.
  • Kavindad1 (talk) 17:37, 9 January 2015 (UTC) I am very interested in this project. I studied North American archaeology and have written on indigenous language revitalization. I edited some articles on archaeological sites in Florida and Alaska a few years ago, and am willing to help out now in any way I can.
  • Rationalobserver – I recently created Irataba and would love to collaborate on Native American topics with interested editors.
  • GregJackP Boomer! 14:37, 15 April 2015 (UTC), primarily legal articles on American Indians.
  • GoldCoastPrior
  • - CorbieV 18:27, 30 August 2015 (UTC) I've been here a while. I keep an eye on cultural and ceremonial issues, mainly. What I know varies by Nation, but I know who to call if it's something I don't know.
  • CrazyThunderWolf (talk) 01:17, 13 October 2015 (UTC) - Yáʼátʼééh, I am an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation with close ties to my tribe. I am knowledgeable about my own culture, and I constantly strive to learn more. I am taking Navajo Government and Navajo Language classes, so I will use what I know and what I've learned to improve articles.
  • Denise B-K (talk) 09:09, 12 January 2016 (UTC)Denisebk: Member of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians -- primary contributor to this article. Interested in the tribes/bands in the state of Michigan with numerous edits to articles and templates.
  • Jghampton I'm Chickasaw living in Canada, primarily focusing on Contemporary Artists, but interested in other aspects of this Wikiproject too
  • Netherzone (talk) Working on environmental justice issues in relation to indigenous peoples of North America. Netherzone (talk) 00:50, 4 May 2017 (UTC)
  • [[Naawada2016 (talk) 09:00, 7 May 2017 (UTC)]] Montanabw has kindly directed my attention to this project and I will join. My main interest is the tribes on the Northern Great Plains. I hope I can contribute with new issues and maybe fill in a few gaps in already existing articles.
  • wikisbaldivia (talk) I'm an Archivist at a Northern California state university and I'm looking to have a month-long Wikipedia edit-a-thon for Native American Heritage month. I'm not sure how to create an event page for this, but I have all the prescribed tools for an edit-a-thon: access to reference materials (although I'm open to gathering more sources from the Native perspective), access to computers with internet, and a willingness to learn. White Arabian Filly pointed me to this project and I'm hoping the idea might spark some interest. --Wikisbaldivia (talk) 22:01, 17 August 2017 (UTC)
  • Sydney Poore/FloNight♥♥♥♥ 20:13, 15 October 2017 (UTC) Will be working on articles for Women in Red World Contest.
  • Smallison (talk) 17:59, 7 December 2017 (UTC) I'm a librarian in Toronto, Canada and am Métis/Settler. I primarily work on articles related to music and performing arts.
  • Cherokee line, and believe these articles are in need of vast attention. Coffee // have a ☕️ // beans // 06:29, 19 February 2018 (UTC)
  • Grumblegromit Settler with an interest in contributing. Recently added section to Cherie Dimaline. Happy to do more.
  • Carlstak One of my great grandmothers was Cherokee, and practiced herbal medicine. I'm especially interested in historical subjects, and I've edited quite a few articles concerning American Indians.
  • Barbara    14:17, 14 May 2018 (UTC)