American Indian Newspapers (Adam Matthew Digital)

American Indian Newspapers (Adam Matthew Digital)
Sourced from the Sequoyah National Research Center (University of Arkansas at Little Rock) and the Newberry Library in Chicago, this newspaper archive covers nearly two hundred years of American Indian history in North America from 1828 to 2016 and offers American Indian perspectives on federal and tribal politics, self-representation, environmental activism, the American Indian Movement, tribal schools and colleges, and many other topics. It also features a series of topical essays.


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"Making Sense of the Sixties"
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African American Women's History Through Emancipation
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African-American History During Slavery
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American Environmental History
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History
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Husserl
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Investigating U.S. History
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News
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Newspapers & Magazines
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Newspapers: Current & Recent News
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Political Violence and Revolution in the Modern World
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