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.
The cultures of First Nations and Inuit peoples are rooted in their oral tradition. An oral tradition is a culture's collection of spoken words that have been handed down for generations. ... The words are heard many times throughout a person's life. Stories are told and retold.
An oral history collection spanning from 1861 to 1926 that includes typescripts of interviews conducted by government workers during the 1930s, regarding the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories and the condition and conduct of life there.