Library Resources Provide Information on Indigenous Peoples of North America

New! The Library offers American Indian Histories and Cultures and Indigenous Peoples of North America — complementary resources providing information on how, for five centuries, Native Americans have continued to define themselves in the face of colonization and genocide. American … Continue reading

Library resource American Indian Newspapers: nearly 200 years of Native American journalism

From the earliest existing issue of the Cherokee Phoenix (1828) to present-day news about education, environmentalism, land rights, and cultural representation, researchers now have access to nearly 200 years of print journalism by and for Indigenous peoples of the United … Continue reading

The Library’s New Online Civil War Database Opens Vast Collection of Primary Sources

The new Library online resource Confederate Military Manuscripts and Records of Union Generals and the Union Army offers researchers the most comprehensive documentary picture available of the American Civil War. Documents include courts-martial case files; papers related to courts of … Continue reading