November 2013: Native American Heritage Month

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November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the history of Native American Indians, their great contributions to the establishment and growth of the United States. Come to see what Highline Community College Library has to offer by browsing our recommended reading list. The following is only one part of it. You can also find these materials on our Recommended Reading display rack on the Plaza Level of the library. Please check them out and enjoy them!
Book
 
301.45197 W279L 1975 
 
305.897 K93c 1963 
323.1197073 U581 1970 
390 H193c 
704.0397 D146n 1993 
810.808997 M478t 1973
970.00497 A512 1972 
970.00497 A512 1978
970.00497 C365L 1973
970.00497 F612 1954 
970.00497 G213 1976 
970.00497 H355 1974
970.00497 H936g 1983 
970.00497 K26 1981 
970.00497 L653i 1976 
970.00497 M357 1974 
970.00497 O86 1973
970.00497 O971 1967 
970.00497 P132 1979 
973 H155 2003 
973 M315 
Ebook
 
Video
 
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
970.00497 N278 1999 
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
362.29208 R312 1995 
Online Videos – Films on Demand Collection
 398.208997 T143 1998
970.00497 W361 2009 
 
Website
The Library of Congress—Native American Heritage Month
The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in presenting the list of material related to Native American history available from the Library of the Congress and other partner agencies.
 
It is the individual tribes who set tribal enrollment requirements. Additional information on tracing American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry can be found in the website.
 
It shows the history of the European settlement of North America and the fate of the indigenous
 
Indian Country Today Media Network is your essential Native American news and information site offering superb online services in the areas of education, business and events.
 
During November we celebrate Native American/Alaskan Native Heritage Month. Indian Census Rolls: NARA’s web site features and holds information about American Indians who maintained their ties to Federally-recognized Tribes (1830-1970). Most records are arranged by tribe.
 
Operated by a small non-profit, this site has online materials for over 800 indigenous Native American languages across the Western Hemisphere.
 
Very comprehensive resource with links to major native American authored sites. Including: stories, herbal knowledge, art, astronomy, first nations, native schools, food, and a large page linking to other native sites on the web.
 
Are you interested in the legends and traditional stories of Native American tribes? This site is for you! Here you will find over 100 tales from the Cherokee, Cheyenne, Hopi, Seneca, and many more!
        
This website provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal websites. Site is browsable by authors …
 
“NativeTech is an educational web site that covers topics of Native American technology and emphasizes the Eastern Woodlands region. The web site is organized into categories of Beadwork, Birds & Feathers, Clay & Pottery, Leather & Clothes, Metalwork …
 
This helpful site lists over 300 websites that relate to Native American culture. The author also describes them so you’ll know which ones will be most helpful to you.
 
“This project was begun in 1992 by Prof. E.A. Schwartz to develop methods for making documents of federal Indian policy history accessible by computer.”
 
Pictures, history, and explanations of over 60 Native American flags and the increasing use of flags among Native tribes. Scroll down the page to get to the list of flags available.
 
Contains general information on methods used by American Indians to locate, harvest, and prepare various plant and animal fibers for making ropes and cords. An animated demonstration of thigh-spinning is included. From NativeTech: Native American Tec …

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