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DURING CLASS TIME IN THE LIBRARY:
Books about your nation Your group may take these books to your workspace on the Library main floor. Return all your books to a library staff member either at the Circulation Desk or in the Reading Room.
General books and Primary Source books Your group may sign out 2 of each at a time. Return all your books to a library staff member either at the Circulation Desk or in the Reading Room.
OUTSIDE OF CLASS TIME, you may come to the Circulation Desk and sign out up to 2 books at a time for use in the library only. When you return those books, you may sign out up to 2 additional books. (Note: the limit to the number of books is to ensure equitable availability of materials among the 5 sections of US History.)
American Indian Removal and the Trail to Wounded Knee / Kevin Hillstrom, Laurie Hillstrom et al. ISBN: 0780811291
Apache Reservation: Indigenous Peoples and the American State / Richard John Perry. ISBN: 9780292762732
Bureau of Indian Affairs / Donald Lee Fixico. ISBN: 0313391807
Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains / Loretta Fowler. ISBN: 9780231507370
Diné: a History of the Navajos / Peter Iverson. ISBN: 9780826327147
The Great Father: the United States Government and the American Indians / Francis Paul Prucha. ISBN: 9780803287341
The Indian Frontier, 1846-1890 / Robert M. Utley. ISBN: 9780826354143
Legends of American Indian Resistance / Edward J. Reilly. ISBN: 0313352100
Native American Boarding Schools / Mary A. Stout. ISBN: 978-0-313-38677-0
Oxford Handbook of American Indian History / ed. by Frederick E. Hoxie. ISBN: 9780199983162
The Return of the Native: American Indian Political Resurgence / Stephen Cornell. ISBN: 9780198020820
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