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A History of American Indians in California 
from National Park Service

American Indian History and Related Issues
from California State University Long Beach



American Indian Health - from the National Library of Medicine

Native Health Databases - from the University of New Mexico

American Indians/Alaska Native Center - from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Diabetes in American Indians - from National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health


A Good Place to Start

Native American Heritage Month from Library of Congress

Tribal  Nations from U.S. Department of the Interior

Indian Affairs from U.S. Department of the Interior

Index of Tribal Native American Resources on the Web from WWW Virtual Library


Legal Resources

Native American Legal Resources - University of Oklahoma College of Law (last updated in 2008)

U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs

Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project - University of Oklahoma Law Center Library and the National Indian Law Library


Other Resources

Digital Images Database
The Native Peoples of Northern Great Plains Online Digital Images Database - from Little Big Horn College, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Museum of the Rockies and Montana State University

Authors and Literature
Storytellers:  Native American Authors Online

Tales of the North American Indians - anthologized by Stith Thompson

Notable American Indians
- From InfoPlease

American Indian Science and Engineering Society



American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2012 
Facts for Features and Special Editions from U.S. Census Bureau



Some information used for this guide was originally created by Connie Fly, a former COS librarian.


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