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Native Americans: Books & Reference works

ebrary e-books

ebrary e-books: an academic e-book collection spanning all subject areas.  For more info on ebrary, such as downloading books,

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Reference books

A few of the reference books at Walker library.  Most are under the call number 970.00497 

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Library Search

Click on Library Catalog to begin a search for books at Walker Library. You can search by subject using Indians of North America as a search term.  You can search by keyword.  Books on Native Americans may be searched using the terms, Native Americans, Amerindians, Indians, American Indians, First peoples, or by the name of a tribe.  You can add additional search terms such as, Sioux and culture or North American Indians and music. 

The library has over 10,000 resources on Native Americans.  If you cannot find what you need, please contact the librarian at the reference desk, or use the Chat with a Librarian on the library web page.

eBook Collection (EBSCO)

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Books by subject

Look for books about religion under the call number 299.7

Native American Literature 810.9897

Native American History 970.0049 and 970.1

Biographies 970.2

Society, culture, myths, 970.3



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American Memory

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian

The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis is one of the most  significant and controversial representations of traditional American  Indian culture ever produced.

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