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Welcome to the Native American Studies Subject Guide!
Meyer Library Information
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American Indian Experience This link opens in a new windowThe American Indian Experience provides in-depth historical accounts and cultural information about the indigenous peoples of North America. It includes full-text books, hundreds of primary documents and media, treaties, speeches, and captivity narratives as well as traditional storytelling, a wealth of maps, photographs, and video.
America: History and Life This link opens in a new windowAmerica: History and Life provides citations and abstracts to research on the history of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present, with coverage dating back to 1954. This database covers all key English-language historical journals, selected historical journals from major countries, state and local history journals, and a targeted selection of hundreds of journals in the social sciences and humanities.
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