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Online Resources for Research on Native American History and Culture
November is National Native American Heritage Month! UNL Libraries provides access to a range of online resources to support research on the histories and cultures of indigenous peoples in the U.S. and elsewhere, including:
Full text publications:
- American Indian Histories and Cultures: Documentation of Native American history in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, from the 16th century through late 20th century. Includes manuscripts, artwork, photographs, treaties, speeches, diaries, historic maps, travel journals, and rare books.
- American Indian Newspapers: Digitized Native American newspapers covering the years 1828-2016.
- Independent Voices: Native American publications: Alternative press newspapers, magazines and journals from the late 1960s and early 1970s. (Open Access)
- Native American Music: A selection of recordings of traditional and contemporary music, mainly from releases on the Smithsonian Folkways label (note: this page may take some time to load).
Online Collections at UNL (Publicly Accessible):
Other Freely Available Resources: