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Native American Studies

The guide for researching Native American topics.

The Library & Native American Studies

   Welcome!

On Russian River - Pomo (Library of Congress)

This is just a peek into what the library has to offer your program. Click around, and if you think something is missing, let us know!

Primary Sources: Check here for tips on finding primary sources, as well as databases and websites that might help in your search.

Books & Articles: This section of the guide will help you determine how to earch for books, and which databases will best support your research. 

Media: Looking for images or videos? Try the resources under this tab.

Local Interest: There are some great local institutions that might provide valuable resources for your projects.

Project Tips: Basic information about writing, presentations, and more!

Citations: Depending on the documentation style you choose, we have you covered.

       (Photo from the Edward S. Curtis collection: The North American Indian.)

Special thanks to Megan Kinney for creating this research guide!

Related Guides

Depending on your research, you may find that you need to consult resources in other fields of study / other disciplines. Here are several related subject guides for you to check out: