Welcome. Below are links useful to librarians and other providers of information who serve North American Indian populations. Please email your comments and questions regarding this site to Elaine Cubbins, MA-IRLS at firstname.lastname@example.org
American Native Press Archives
Since 1983, " . . .collecting and archiving the products of the Native press and materials related to Native press history, collecting and documenting works of Native writers, and constructing bibliographic guides to Native writing and publishing."
The Angie Debo Papers, OSU Library Online
Physically located at Oklahoma State University, Edmon Low Library, Stillwater, OK
Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures Archives (1977-87)
CLIO -- The National Archives Information Server
CLIO provides information for accessing U.S. archived Federal Records. The Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States (NARA) details the organizational scheme of the documents, their locations, and access procedures. The Introduction to the online gopher listing for this site explains how documents are organized, and reading it is strongly recommended prior to spending time and resources searching the Indexes. NARA records are organized by the originating agency and further arranged based upon the agency's filing system. Try different search terms to find information. For instance, the general term "Indian claims" brought up documents in six different record groups; variations on this search term could bring up records in additional record groups. The following are examples of record groups:
National Archives and Records Administration (The Genealogy Page): American Indians: A Select Catalog of NARA Microfilm Publications
Native American Women Playwrights Archive
South Dakota State
Historical Society: State Archives American Indian Resources
Manuscript holdings, photographs, and the Indian Archives Project.
Tribal Historical Research Center: Oglala Lakota College Archives
American Indian Library Association
American Library Association
National Indian Education Association
Native American Archives Coalition
Te Ropu Whakahau: Maori Library and Information Workers Association
The Tribal College Librarians Professional Development Institute
American Indians on
Film & Video: Documentaries in the Library of Congress
Compiled by Jennifer Brathovde
Bibliographic Guide to Documents Scattered Throughout the U.S. Code Relating to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians
Bibliographies of Northern and Central California Indians
ERIC/EECE Resource List - Native Americans: Recommended Books and Resources
of Native People of North America: An Annotated Mediagraphy, Part I
(1993) and Health
of Native People of North America: An Annotated Mediagraphy, Part
These mediagraphies are published online courtesy of the MC Journal: The Journal of Academic Media Librarianship. The site allows a keyword database search for other articles and mediagraphies relating to Indian peoples.
Provided by the Makah Nation with the note that not all materials contain accurate information.
Native Americans in Film and Television
Reference Material: Bibliographies, Dictionaries, and Maps
Direct linking to items, or full-text document search.
New Indian Books received at the University of Pittsburg's Hillman library. Monthly bibliographies begin March 1994.
University of Arizona American Indian Studies General Reading List
Oyate book reviews.
Native American Books: Reviews by and about Native Americans
American Library Association (ALA) Awards, Grants, and Scholarships
New Mexico Library Association (NMLA) Awards and Scholarship Opportunities
Special Library Association (SLA) Scholarship Program and the SLA Awards and Honors
Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
Makah Cultural and Research Center
Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution
Osage Tribal Museum
Powhatan Renape Nation's
Indian Heritage Museum
Also, access the tribal response to the Pocahontas Myth.
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural
This site includes full text articles, library database with search access to the First Nations Periodical Index and the Alternative Press Labor Index, museum, and digital art gallery.
Shako:Wi Cultural Center of the Oneida Indian Nation
Tamastslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation
Turtle Mountain Chippewa Indian Heritage Center
First Perspective Online: Canada's Source for Aboriginal News and Events
First Nations Periodical Index
"...a joint project of the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Saskatoon Campus, the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre and the Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples committee." Searching is within each selected journal by author, title, keyword, or subject. Search results provide bibliographic information for articles.
Indian Country Today Online
Journal of American
Provides full-text articles for Volumes 1-33, covering over 30 years of publication.
American Print Media Resources
Listing of print media materials, including addresses, phone and fax numbers, email and Web addresses. Some subscription information is also available.
Free for one year for Native students. Information at the site.
Native Peoples Magazine Online
Ojibwe'Anishinaabe Biidaajimo: An Ojibwe'Anishinaabe Online Newsletter
Oklahoma Indian Times
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Quarterly Journal
Tribal College Journal
"A quarterly publication of Native American Public Telecommunications."
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