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What is Native American History?

Native American history is the study of the indignious peoples of the Americas, particularlly North America. Included in this study is the history, culture, religion, dress, and food of these people, and their interaction and evential assimiliation (for some) into the dominant white society.  In this guide you will find many resources in the Library and on the Internet that pertain to Native American History.



How Can You Use This Research Guide?

This Research guide is intended to identify for you resources that will help in doing research on Native Americans. Many of these resources are what is called Primary Resources, which forms the backbone of historical research.

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Kicking Bird (Tene'-angp6te), a Kiowa chief and grandson of a Crow captive;three-quarter-length, seated. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1868-74. American Indian Select List number 103.

Eskimo mother and child in furs, Nome, Alaska; bust-length, with child on back. Photographed by H. G. Kaiser, ca. 1915. American Indian Select List number 52.

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