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Electronic Resources for American Indian, First Nations & Indigenous Studies

The purpose of this research guide is to focus on key Electronic Resources for American Indian, First Nations & Indigenous Studies, with an emphasis on the Native American experience in the United States.

American Indian Report (Falmouth Institute)

Online magazine. Last updated 2016.


Print and online. Bi-monthly Secwepemc newspaper. Established 2004.

The Circle

Print and online. Publishes monthly.

Media Indigena

Multimedia magazine dedicated to Indigenous news, views, and creative expression.

Muskrat Magazine

Online Indigenous arts and culture magazine.

Mixed Bag Mag

Independent magazine published in Ottawa with Indigenous content. Last updated in 2018.

Nation Talk

Aboriginal newswire service which offers employment, events, and tender listings.

The Footprint Press

Based in Mission, BC, Footprint Press is a non-profit community magazine published by the Citizens Against Urban Sprawl Society. Features content about nature and environmental issues, sometimes written by Indigenous activists.

CBC News- Aboriginal

Native peoples news from Canada


Nuu-chaa-nulth news and perspectives.

Native Times

Independent Indian News

Native News Online

Independent and Indigenous-led newsroom.

Indian Country Today

United States news

National Indigenous Times

Australian news

Raven's Eye (AMMSA)

News from British Columbia and the Yukon. 1997-2016.

Salish Sea Sentinel

Published by the Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council since 2004. Available online since 2014.

Chronicling America: Newspapers of Indigenous Peoples of North America

Searchable digitized copy of newspapers produced by native peoples of North America between 1829 and 1921 (13 titles currently available). Part of the Chronicling America newspaper project at the Library of Congress.

The Narragansett Dawn (Narragansett Tribe)

Original newsletter edited by Princess Redwing and Ernest Hazard and published by the Narragansett Tribe of Indians in 1935 and 1936. It includes short articles by a variety of writers on the culture, history, and politics of the Narragansett Indians. It also includes religious and poetic writing, lessons in the Narragansett language, advice from community leaders, and a "milestones" section documenting births, deaths, and other life transitions. Digitized by the URI Library for its Digital Commons from original copy in URI Special Collections.

Digitized Historical Periodicals

Indexes digitized Canadian historical newspapers and magazines. Includes some First Nations, Inuit, and Métis publications and many small, regional papers. Ongoing project as of Fall 2018.

American Periodicals (1740 - 1900) 

Digitized page images from over 1000 American magazines from the 18th and 19th centuries, including special interest and general magazines, literary and professional journals, children's and women's magazines and many other historically-significant periodicals.