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Native American & Indigenous Resources

Guide to help find resources on Native American and Indigenous Women's resources.

Media & Communication; Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Librarian; Women's & Gender Studies Librarian; Mexican American & Latina/o Studies

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Esther Medina De León
Texas Tech University Libraries
2802 18th Street, MS0002
Lubbock, TX 79409

General Library Info

About Native American & Indigenous Women's Resources

This guide will help you with research in Native American & Indigenous women! The guide identifies research tools, materials, resources, and information relevant to research in this area.

For more information about the program, please view the current TTU catalog.

Helpful Search Terms & Tips

Find books and other resources on Native American and/or Indigenous peoples.

The following can be useful since "Native American" or "Indigenous" is a ethnonym that can be sometimes used as a catch-all.

Indigenous peoples include, but not limited to:

Lakota, Inuit, Aleutians, Mayas, Aymaras, Nguni, etc.

You can find more names of Indigenous peoples if you do a quick search on the internet, if you are looking for more specific tribes.

Use these terms in context of what you are searching within your area of research. For example: Kenyans and ancestral homes.

Use AND, OR, or NOT to limit results to include specific geographic areas, years, or other demographic.

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