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Pre-columbian art, architecture, and history: Find Web Sites

Links and resources for research on pre-columbian art and architecture; art history, anthropology, and other disciplinary approaches

Beyond Google

Even though Google is capable of finding a great many Web sites, the task of wading through and evaluating these sites can be quite daunting. This page is meant to save you time by presenting recommended Web sites that have been evaluated by librarians.

Click the link below for more information about evaluating resources, including explanations of Web site domains, such as .edu, .gov, .org, .com, .net, and so on.

Pre-columbian art and architecture sources

Listed below are websites you can use to get started in researching Pre-Columbian cultures. Some are specific, some are more general.

Click the drop-down menu from the "Find Web Sites" tab above to access Pre-Columbian Web Resources organized into specific categories.

(See the libguide on Art History for general web resources.)

Ask a Librarian

Listed below are options available for you to contact a reference librarian and ask for help with your research.