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Indians of North America:
Selected Resources

Overview

This guide is a compilation of many of the resources on the Indians of North America available at the Library of Congress as well as selected resources outside the Library. They are organized by format. The purpose of this guide is to present researchers with selected sources through which they can begin and expand their scope of study of the Indians of North America. It is not meant to serve as an exhaustive source for Indians of North America sources accessible through the Library of Congress.

For further exploration of this topic, see our Search Tips on Indians of North America.

Jay Sweany
Head, Local History and Genealogy Reading Room

Humanities and Social Sciences Division

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Deer dancer: Color silk-screen print depicts an Indian male figure, in traditional dress, performing traditional dance

Table of Contents

Overview
Digital Resources
     Maps
     Music and Sound Recordings
     Photographs
     For Teachers & Young Audiences
     Text
     Webcasts
External Resources
Selected Bibliography
Search Tips

Image: (Above)
Deer dancer: Indian male figure, in traditional Native American dress, performing a traditional dance
Artist: Woody Crumbo.
Prints and Photographs Division
Library of Congress
Digital ID: LC-USZC4-2633
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