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Music Online

Alexander Street Press's Music Online: American Song database contains some excellent resources for Native American Music. Titles include The Promised Land: American Indian Songs of Lament and Protest (Folkways Records), An Historical Album of Blackfoot Indian Music (Folkways Records), Cry from the Earth: Music of the North American Indians (Folkways Records), and many more. (Note: you will have to log in with your WSU Network ID and password for off-campus access). 

Music Online: American Song - Alexander Street Press
Call Number: M1629 .A44 (Electronic resource)

 

Just getting started?

The Smithsonian Institution's Handbook of North American Indians is a great to begin a research project related to a particular tribe. This 20 volume resource is organized according to region and offers excellent introductory essays covering history, traditions, language, culture, and more.

Handbook of North American Indians
Call Number: Terrell Reference E77 .H25

 

Native American Studies

More information on Native American Studies at Washington State University is available through the Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies.

For links to online resources, reference books, and websites related to this topic, please click on the appropriate tab at the top of this page.

To locate books related to your topic, search the Griffin Catalog.

Use WSU WorldCat for a general overview of available monographs, articles, Internet resources, and AV materials to inform your research. 

For research assistance related to Native American Studies, please contact Gabriella Reznowski.

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