WorldCat is a global catalog which itemizes the collections of 71,000 libraries in over 112 countries. In the event that there are books you wish to borrow but are not part of the Mary Livermore Library's collections, you may search WorldCat to find them. When you find a book in WorldCat that you would like to borrow, record the bibliographic information about the item and request the material through the Interlibrary Loan service.
This resource will assist you in researching topics in Native American Literature. In this guide, you will find listings for print reference sources, article databases, and subject terms for searching Primo and other resources.
ABC-CLIO eBook Collection contains the Native American studies titles listed below. Access the titles by clicking Subject category in ABC -CLIO eBooks and then Multicultural and Gender Studies. Click Native American Studies.
Physical books can be located in the reference collection on the first floor or within the call number ranges provided here.
Subclass PM - Hyperborean, Indian, and artificial languages
Subclass PS - American literature
The following databases should be searched first when looking for journal articles on Native American topics. (For a link to SAIL, Studies in American Indian Literature, see Websites.)
Remember not all databases have full text. To locate articles that are not full text in a database, use the "Check for full-text availability" feature in the database.
Any article that is not available in print or electronically can be requested via InterLibrary Loan. Click Request Materials to begin this process.
The following databases should be searched first when looking for journal articles on Native American topics.
These websites may assist in you learning more about Native American literature.
Google Scholar can be searched to finding scholarly article citations through Google. Use keywords as you would in any other article database. When available, article citations can be linked to the full-text record in the library's collections as long as the user is on campus.