Read brief summaries of recent books in Native American Studies and then listen to interviews with their authors. This site is part of the New Books Network
A Guide to books, government documents, lcongressional reports, laws and treaties, published by the U.S. government about native american indians. Many of the suggested resources are primary sources from government documents.
“The archive includes extensive monograph, manuscript, newspaper, periodical and photograph collections.” It “sources collections from across Canadian and American institutions, providing insight into the cultural, political and social history of Native Peoples from the seventeenth into the twentieth century.”
This database contains citations to books, journal articles, essays, conference papers, and US and Canadian government documents about native peoples of North America published from the sixteenth century to the present.
This full-text collection documents “interactions between American Indians and Europeans [in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico] from their earliest contact, . . .[through] the civil rights movement of the mid- to late-twentieth century.” The documents are drawn from Edward E. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library. Also includes maps and images, scholarly essays to provide context and bibliographies to suggest further reading.