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Native American and Indigenous Studies

A compilation of Library and other resources at Brown that allow for exploration of the Indigenous experience of native peoples in North America and around the world

INTRODUCTION

The Brown University Library has in its holdings a wealth of material for research on Indigenous peoples in North America and around the globe.  Uncovering this material can be something of a challenge.  Some formats (books, databases) are more readily discovered and user-friendly than others (microform). 

 

See, also, Anthropology

                 Finding and Using Images

                 HIST1978O:  Enslaved!  Indians and Africans in an Unfree Atlantic World

                

 

 

KEY BIBLIOGRAPHIES FOR SECONDARY RESEARCH

CATALOGS

MAPS AT BROWN

Map of the Panama Canal

DIGITAL MAPS

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION