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This digital collection features textual and visual materials on the First (Indian) Nations of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Sources include treaties, dictionaries, books, articles, and government publications. The collection is designed to show the impact of the First Nations on the history, culture, and ecology of the region.
From 1907 to 1930, Edward S. Curtis recorded his research and observations related to traditional North American Indian cultures. Comprised of twenty volumes of text and a wealth of images, Curtis’ work is an ambitious effort to document one American’s perspective on Indian life during the early twentieth century.
This digital project consists of over 550,000 pages from 22 different newspapers published in the cities and towns of Northern New York. The project includes local newspapers as well as Native American publications. The collection is full-text searchable and was scanned from microfilm versions of the newspapers.
This site provides access to a number of collections related to the history and culture of Oklahoma. While the collections span a wide range of subjects, the coverage of Native-American and natural history is especially strong.
This collection of documents consists of Native American constitutions, legal codes, and agreements with the U.S. government. The documents trace Native Americans’ struggles to maintain their sovereignty.
This collection includes photographs of Native American life in the Southwest during the twentieth century. The photographs highlight the interactions between Native peoples and various individuals of Euro-American descent, including scholars and missionaries.