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View Resource Camping With the Sioux: Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher

Anthropologist Alice Fletcher lived with Dakota Sioux women on reservations in Nebraska and South Dakota for six weeks in the fall of 1881 and recorded her experiences in two journals. This digital version of her diaries made available by the National Anthropological Archives at the Smithsonian Institution includes her daily entries, 26 drawings, and 36 photographs that can be viewed alongside the...
View Resource New Glarus and Green County Local History

Green County, Wisconsin is known far and wide due to its tremendous cheese production, breweries, and the emigration of Swiss people to the town of New Glarus in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This remarkable digital collection from the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections group brings together 214 items that tell the story of this corner of Wisconsin. The collection was funded in part...
View Resource Every Culture: Multicultural America

The Acadians, French-speaking settlers more commonly known as "Cajuns," first took up residence in what is now Eastern Canada's Maritime provinces, part of Quebec, and present-day Maine in the 17th century, only to be driven down the coastline to Louisiana by the British. Readers may find a long article about the "Acadians" under "A-Br" in the Multicultural America section of