A printable brochure guide is available here.

A printable Tribal Historic Preservation brochure guide is available here.

Would you like to set up a research appointment with a librarian? Call Jani Costilla (275-4874) to schedule one!

    • Books and other library materials can be searched by keyword or subject by using the SKC library catalog. In general, books for Native American Studies are categorized under sections E 75-99 in the Library of Congress Classification System. Look at Library posters or brochures for more information about the collection.


    • The Reference Section of the library is also a great place to look for information. Some helpful titles:


      • Encyclopedia of American Indian Costumes| Ref. E 98 .C8 P37 1994
      • Encyclopedia of Native American Healing| Ref. E 98 .M4 L96 1996
      • Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes | Ref. E 76.2 .W35 2006
      • Encyclopedia of Native American Religions| Ref. E 98 .R3 H73 2000
      • Native American Flags | Ref. E 98 .M34 H43 2003


  • InterLibrary Loan is a convenient way to obtain materials not available at the SKC Library.
Scholarly Journal Articles
  • In Print at SKC Library
    American Indian Art E 98 .A7 A437
    Newest issue in Commons
    American Indian Law Review K 1 .M437
    American Indian Quarterly (AIQ) E 75 .A657
    Beadwork TT 860 .B43
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    Cultural Survival Quarterly GN 380 .C847
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    Journal of American Indian Education E 97.1 .J68
    Newest issue in Commons
    Journal of Northwest Anthropology GN 1 .N677
    National Museum of the American Indian E 77 .A6
    Newest issue in Commons
    Native American Report E 75 .I53
    Native Peoples E 75 .N398
    Newest issue in Commons
    Tribal College Journal E 97 .T72
    Newest issue in Commons
    WicazoSa Review (Journal of Native American Studies) E 96 .W5
    Newest issue in Commons
    Winds of Change E 77 .W56
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  • Online Journals via SKC Databases
    • SKC subscribes to two Native American Studies specific databases. They are great places to begin academic research projects.
      • American Mosaic – The American Indian Experience Electronic encyclopedia that provides historical and cultural information about the indigenous peoples of North America. Includes photos, maps, timelines, and commentary on controversial subjects
      • Ethnic NewsWatch Searches for full text articles from newspapers, magazines, and journals of Native American and other ethnic publications
    • EbscoHost – Academic Search Complete provides online access to several Native American and multicultural research publications.