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Manuscripts, artwork, and rare print books from indigenous peoples' first contact with Europeans up to photos and newspapers from the mid-twentieth century. You must log in to your Chatham account in order to access this resource
The Doris Duke Oral History collection provides access to transcriptions of interviews conducted between 1967 and 1972 with indigenous peoples in Oklahoma. Broadly speaking, the people interviewed speak about the history and culture of their respective nation or tribe.
The Indigenous Digital Archive is here to help you explore the history of US goverment Indian boarding schools in the 19th and 20th centuries. Explore, annotate and learn from over 500,000 archival documents about Santa Fe Indian School and others, all kinds of boarding school records, yearbooks, and letters.
A joint project between the University of Oklahoma Law Center, the National Indian Law Library, and Native American tribes, this collection provides access to Constitutions, Tribal Codes, and other legal documents.
Described as a "transitional form" of art from the Plains indigenous people, this collection houses ledgers from 1860 - 1900, which is during the time period that the Plains people were moved to reservations.