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NAS 101: Native American Cultures: Selected Library Resources

Selected Resources

On this page you'll find books, e-books, reference sources, and government documents that might help you with your project. This is just a VERY SMALL SAMPLE of what the library has. You can find more sources by visiting the SOUTHcat catalog. Click the link below to find more books!


Books / E-Books

Selected Resource

This is an excellent resource provided by the U.S. government. This multi-volume set is divided as follows (note Vol. 1 and Vol. 16 were never published).

The Marx Library holds two sets of volumes, one in the Reference Collection and one in the Bookstacks. Partial volumes are available online via Google Books. To access, click on the hyperlinks below.

2. Indians in contemporary society
3. Environment, origins, and population.
4. History of Indian-White relations
5. Arctic
6. Subarctic
7. Northwest coast
8. California
9.-10. Southwest
11. Great Basin
12. Plateau
13. Plains (2 v.)
14. Southeast
15. Northeast
17. Languages

Government Resources

These sources can provide you with demographic and population information for Native Americans. Information provided by the U.S. government and GPO.

Selected Atlases and Maps

Selected Reference Materials

The following list is not intended to be exhaustive.  For more reference materials, search SOUTHcat or contact a friendly reference librarian here.