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Indians of North America -- Archival resources

View Resource C. Szwedzicki: The North American Indian Works

The University of Cincinnati Libraries has compiled a digitized collection of work by 20th Century American Indian artists that was originally published from the years 1929 to 1953 in Nice, France. The digitized collection is composed of 364 images and six texts. There are a few ways to search or browse the collection, including utilizing an introductory essay written by Janet Catherine Berlo,...
View Resource American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection

Created by the University Libraries of the University of Washington, this remarkable digital archive presents a vast collection of materials related to the Northwest Coast and Plateau Indian cultures. Along with these primary source items, the site also contains essays written by anthropologists, historians, and teachers about particular tribes and cross-cultural topics. Additionally, the site...

View Resource Native American Manuscript Collections

Based at the University of Oklahoma's Western History Collection, the Native American Manuscript Collections contain over 200 documents relating to Native Americans in Oklahoma, Indian Territory, and the southwestern United States. On the homepage, visitors can browse the manuscripts, which are listed by nation. The Creek Nation area is quite fascinating, as there are over 35 documents here...

View Resource The John Peabody Harrington Collection

John Peabody Harrington was an ethnologist and linguist at the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American Ethnology between 1915 and 1955. During that time, Harrington was dedicated to recording Native American languages throughout North America. Today, the Institute's remarkable J.P. Harrington Collection documents over 130 languages across North America via written notes and sound recordings....