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Native American Relations in Texas
An exhibit compiled by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC).
The North American Indian
Digital archive of this journal, published by Edward Sheriff Curtis between 1907 and 1930 with the intent to record traditional Indian cultures. Hosted by Northwestern University.
In studying the indigenous people of the Americas, you can focus on particular eras in American history and add those eras or significant events to your searches. Possible keywords for use in the Advanced Search in the SMU Libraries catalog:
- Settlement of the Americas
- European exploration and/or colonization
- Early republic
- Westward expansion
- American Revolution
- Civil War
Finding Books at Fondren Library
We organize books by Library of Congress (LOC) Call Numbers, so when you find one book on your topic, the books around it are also on a similar topic. The Library of Congress Subject Headings below can also be used in the Advanced Search for our library catalog.
Sample Library of Congress Subject Headings:
- Indian art North America
- Indians of North America - Education
- Indians of North America - Washington - Education
- Indians of North America -- Newspapers
- Indians of North America -- New York (State)
- Six Nations
- Iroquois Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
- Iroquois Indians -- History -- 17th century
- Iroquois Indians -- Government relations
- Iroquois Indians -- Social conditions
- Iroquoian Indians
Fondren Library Red Stacks
Items in the Fondren Stacks are located on different floors, based on call number. Ranges E1-E100 are on Fondren Library Red, Level 2.