Native American Heritage Resources and Studies

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Nov. 6, 2019, 3:34 p.m.
Syracuse University Libraries acknowledge the Onondaga Nation
Haudenosaunee flag: purple with geometric shapes in reverse white

by Bonnie Ryan, librarian for Social Sciences

Syracuse University Libraries supports the curriculum and research needs of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program’s faculty, students and staff, including students of the Haudenosaunee community.  The Libraries have also partnered or collaborated with programs such as the Ska.Nonh Center – Great Law of Peace Center and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Center for Native Peoples and the Environment.

Here are some examples of SU Libraries’ resources on Native American and Indigenous studies:

Research Guide:

Databases of primary and secondary sources including:

New books on Native American and Indigenous Studies in print format, located on the 3 floor of Bird Library include:

New books located on the New Book Shelf, 1st Floor include:

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