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Selected resources on Native American art

  • Marilyn Russell (a1) and Thomas E. Young (a2)


This review of selected paper and electronic resources on Native American art describes what is available at the Haskell Indian Nations University Library and Archives in Lawrence, Kansas; the Institute of American Indian Arts Library and Archives in Santa Fe, New Mexico; the H.A. & Mary K. Chapman Library and Archives at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and the Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives at the Heard Museum Library in Phoenix, Arizona. These four institutions develop and maintain resources and collections on Native American art and make the information they contain about indigenous groups available not only to their users and other scholars but also to the wider world.


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1. Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2007, s.v. ‘Native American art,’
2. Ortiz, Simon J. and Rinehart, Frank A., eds., Beyond the reach of time and change: Native American reflections on the Frank A. Rinehart Photograph Collection (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2005).
3. Institute of American Indian Arts,
4. WWW virtual library - American Indians: index of Native American resources on the Internet,
6. National Anthropological Archives, Human Studies Film Archives,
7. Native American web sites,
8. Edward S. Curtis Collection: photographs of Native Americans,
9. National Museum of the American Indian,
10. American Indian Library Association,
11. Ethnic newswatch,
12. Bibliography of Native North Americans,
13. North American Indian biographical database,
14. North American Indian thought and culture,
15. ‘Native American art and culture from the National Anthropological Archives,’ ARTStor,
16. Heard Museum,


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