Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on the aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere, including Eskimos. Works on the inhabitants of India in general are entered under: East Indians. For convenience, the Western Hemisphere has been divided into five basic geographical regions: North America, Mexico, Central America, West Indies and South America. Works pertaining to Indian groups located within the confines of one of these regions are entered under Indians of the pertinent region, e.g.: Indians of North America; Indians of Mexico. INASH display term (pending): Indigenous peoples -- America. Prefer the most specific natural geographic region applicable; avoid the use of colonially imposed boundaries, unless the work described is explicitly limited to a specific state, county, etc., and covers more than [provisionally 7] named nations, tribes or bands.
Found in 181 Collections and/or Records:
Indian Arts-Basketry; silversmithing; blanket weaving; dress; painting; (food plants) (symbolism); quill and bead work; tomahawks; textiles, 1946-1959
Indian language-lecture notes from Joseph Greenberg's lectures on linguistics (CU); Underhill's notes on spoken Navajo, 1931-1962
Indian Tribes--Menominee--The Status of Termination of the Menominee Indian Tribe(1965): A Study of the Termination Policy, 1965