New library resources

The Library has recently subscribed to two new resources that we’d like to let you know about!

The Bibliography of Indigenous Peoples in North America is a bibliographic database covering all aspects of Indigenous Peoples in North American culture, history, and life. It contains citations for newspapers, magazines, academic journals, books, reviews, and trade publications from the United States and Canada. The earliest indexed publication is from 1890. There is some coverage throughout 20th century; the majority of the collection was published after 1990. This is not a full text database but we may have links to some of this content in our other collections. If you find an article that you need that we don’t have access to, please contact our interlibrary loans department.

We also have a new multidisciplinary ebook collection! The EBSCO Comprehensive Academic eBook Collection contains ebooks in many subject areas including business, education, literature, philosophy, political science, social sciences, technology, health, history, and more. Many books in this collection are published by major academic publishers or university presses. You can read these books online, download chapters as DRM-free PDFs, or download whole books.

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