Coverage: Began in 199-?
A bibliographic index to articles in journals and edited works received by Harvard's Tozzer Library. Coverage includes core anthropology and archaeology
journals as well as interdisciplinary resources. Subject areas include anthropological perspectives on economics, ethnology, folklore, human evolution, linguistics, material culture, medicine, museum studies, primatology, psychology, religion, visual studies, and zooarchaeology. Usage info: Licensed for 5 simultaneous users.
Julian Samora Library and Archives Institute for Latino Studies
The Julian Samora Library at the Institute for Latino Studies at Notre Dame collects, preserves, and provides access to rare books, manuscripts, personal
papers, archives, and oral histories related to the Latino experience in the United States with a particular focus on the Midwest.
Native American collection
Mode of access: CD-ROM in Reserve Book Room. Software has been installed on the "Windows XP -- CD Station" computer.
Call Number: HESB RES Electronic E 12 .N38 1998
Includes Dawes Final Rolls with names of citizens and freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indian Territory, Chilocco Indian School Records, 1896 Dawes
enrollment applications, Dawes Rejected Names, microfilm catalog of Oklahoma Historical Society and National Archives Native American and Southwest Regional Archives in Fort Worth, scanned photographs of prominent tribal members and their families, directory of addresses of Native American tribes. The texts of D.C. Gideon's Indian Territory, H.F. and E.S. O'Beines' Indian Territory and Paul W.H. Dewitz's Notable Men of Indian Territory are also included.