American Indian Experience Online

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American Indian Experience Online
REFERENCE ARTICLES and MORE: Includes thousands of reference articles, hundreds of primary documents and thousands of images. The Perspectives sections pose historic quandaries that invite learners to examine issues from all angles. [View extended description.]
Titles Indexed:
Cultural, Ethnic & Area Studies · History ·
Types of Materials
Citations & Abstracts · Full Text · Primary Sources · Image Resource · General Reference Source · This resource provides access to multiple databases.
Scholarly Articles
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Extended Description
  • Content includes hundreds of primary documents and media, including treaties, speeches, and captivity narratives as well as traditional storytelling, a wealth of maps, photographs, and video
  • Exclusive Perspectives sections support student inquiry into cultural and historical dilemmas, posing questions such as "How did white settlers depict Native Americans during the 19th century?" and "Should the use of Native-themed mascots be banned?"
  • Faceted searching allows for fast and powerful refinement of results
  • Ongoing content updates enrich the site throughout the school year—at no additional cost
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