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Book Displays @RMClib: Native American Heritage Month

Digital book displays that follow themes that are being promoted by the library.

November is Native American Heritage Month

"The month of November is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people." - National Congress of American Indians

Events and Studies in U.S. History

Title: Why You Can't Teach United States History Without American Indians
cover art for Gale brochure Man on pony
Title: 1491
Title: An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States
Title: First Peoples in a New World
Title: Nation to Nation
Title: Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Title: American Apartheid
Title: We Are Still Here
Title: Plundered Skulls and Stolen Spirits
Title: This Benevolent Experiment
Title: American Carnage
Title: The World of Indigenous North America
Title: The Oxford Handbook of American Indian History
Title: Land Too Good for Indians

Events and Studies in the U.S. South

Biographies, Autobiographies, and Memoirs

Fiction, Poetry, Oratory, and Folktales

Arts and Entertainment

Walrus ivory carving

Children's Books

Research Materials

Films

Archeology at Werowocomoco [Virginia]

 

Films on Demand

Native American Studies

Spend some time getting to know the indigenous populations by watching a few of these 669 films depicting many facets of Native America.

PBS Native America North America with indigenous people

PBS - Native America four-part series

Web Links

Participate!

Playlist for Native American Heritage Month

If you don't already have a Spotify account, you'll need to create one (free) and log in to play the full songs.