Find more links, books, and other sources about Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest History guide linked below. While this guide focuses on the states that make up the PNW, many of the websites and resources there may be useful resources when searching other tribes and topics.
Once in the guide, click on the tab People Groups & Immigration to find a page of resources for Native Americans.
by Christina DelliSante TCC
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The library has many resources to help you find what you need.
Remember to use the "Find Articles" tab at the top of this guide to see a list of suggested databases that are useful for your research into America's history. Here, below, is just one of the databases linked on that page that is especially useful for finding articles from ethnic, minority, and Native press publications.
"Established in 2006, American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL) provides critical perspectives and analysis of indigenous peoples in children's and young adult books, the school curriculum, popular culture, and society. "
"This website highlights the Census Bureau's relationship with tribal governments and provides important AIAN and tribal resources. The Census Bureau collects data for the AIAN population and publishes specific counts, estimates, and statistics."
Read short articles in this interactive module about Immigration and the United States. Includes sections such as Destroying the Native American Cultures, Removing Native Americans from their Land, Civil War Years, 19th Century Perceptions, Custer's Last Stand ... Aftermath, Losses, Disaster at Wounded Knee, United States Citizenship for the Native American, The Future for Native Americans? and Native American place names
This is a great website that offers information on a variety of history topics, as well as images of primary source materials such as physical artifacts. Enter a simple keyword into the search box at the top right of the website. Search example: Revolutionary War, Vietnam War, or Suffrage.
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