This guide contains library resources on Native American History as well as links to internal and external sources on the topic including additional sources in Spanish. Each November, Native American Heritage Month celebrates the rich histories.
Kenekuk the Kickapoo ProphetAn open access book that tells the story of Kenekuk, an “unsung patriot” who was the leader and lesser known warrior among Native American tribes.
Making the White Man’s WestAn open access book on the expansion of whiteness into the West and the lives of those who inhabited this land before.
Mapping Indigenous Knowledge in the Digital AgeAn open access book that discusses the growing field and study of indigenous mapping. Indigenous mapping allows for a greater understanding of Indigenous communications through sharing of stories, histories, and cultural heritage.
The Prison of DemocracyAn open access book that examines the Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary at the crossroads of race, crime, and punishment. This book discusses the relationship between Native Americans and the carceral state.