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American Indigenous Studies Resources: Home

Your guide to Native American Studies at Yale University

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Welcome to the research guide to American Indigenous Studies. This guide is a curated selection of databases, Yale collections, primary sources, reference titles and more all related to Native American and Indigenous Studies. Click on the tabs at the top to take you to the best resources for your research.

Key words: Native, Native American, American Indian, Indian, First Nations People, Alaskan Native, Indigenous

For more assistance, the Librarian for the Latin American, Iberian & Latinx Collections is available for consultations and provides reference services to studies and faculty by appointment. 

This guide would like to acknowledge that Yale University is located on the traditional and ancestral land of the Quinnipiac - The People of the Long Water Land , the original inhabitants of what is now known as New Haven, Connecticut. We pay respect to the people of the Quinnipiac Tribe, past and present, and honor the land itself which remains sacred to the Quinnipiac People.

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