Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with five library resources about Indigenous histories. November is Native American Heritage Month, an annual time to commemorate and reaffirm Indigenous cultural legacies and histories.
1) Rifkin, Mark. 2011. When did Indians Become Straight?: Kinship, the History of Sexuality, and Native Sovereignty. Cary: Oxford University Press.
2) Boxberger Flaherty, Anne. 2013. American Indian Land Rights, Rich Indian Racism, and Newspaper Coverage in New York State, 1988-2008. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 37, no.4: 53-84.
3) Hauptman, Laurence. 1981. The Iroquois and the New Deal. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press. 3) Hauptman, Laurence. 1981. The Iroquois and the New Deal. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press.
4) Banks, Dennis and Richard Erdoes. 2004. Ojibwa warrior: Dennis Banks and the rise of the American Indian Movement. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
5) Hauptman, Laurence. 1995. Tribes & tribulations: misconceptions about American Indians and their histories. Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press.
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