This guide will help you with locating and researching information in books, e-books, periodical articles, databases and websites pertaining to Native American material.
If you have any questions, please contact the Reference Librarians at 505-566-3256.
Libraries Worldwide is the default search setting. It is not necessary to change this setting. Search results will always display SJC Library holdings first. It is more important to filter/ narrow search results by Format (book, article, video, eBook, etc.).
Search Google Scholar for additional academic/ scholarly articles.
e.g., E98.A7 = Art, E98.2 = Economic Conditions; E98.R3 = Religion, Mythology; E98.S7, Social life and customs; E98.W8, Women
e.g., E99.C6 = Chippewa (Ojibway) Indians; E99.N3 = Navajo Indians; E99.A6 = Apache
Remember to note the location of materials e.g. SJC Library, SJC SW Lock Case, SJC West, Southwest Rm and Salmon Ruins.
Some suggested terms/phrases to search:
Indians of North America
Search by individual tribe, for example, "Jicarilla Apache" or "Southern Ute." For individuals, use their names.