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Woksape Tipi - Academic/Public Library and Archives: AMERICAN INDIAN RESOURCES


Our Stories

AIHEC - American Indian Higher Education Consortium Now 37 tribal colleges strong

American Indian Report  American Indian Report News Blog

Indian Country Today Media Network Serving the Nations/Celebrating the People American Indian news aggregate and reporting source

KILI RADIO The voice of the Lakota Nation!

NATIVE AMERICA CALLING  Your National Electronic Talking Circle - Currently airing on KILI at 11am, Monday-Friday

Native American Writers Early Native American Literature (18th & 19th centuries)

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE.NET Celebrating Native Voices

NATIVE TIMES News from the crossroads of Indian Country

Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education Check out the annual TCJ Student Writers Competition

Wordcraft Circle Native writers and storytellers collective


Tribal Histories



American Indian Experience   Contact the library for the username and password to this database. Full-text digital resource exploring the histories and contemporary cultures of the indigenous peoples of the United States. Contact the library for the username and password to this database. 

American Indian Histories and Cultures Contact the library for the username and password to this database.Our newest database showcasing unique source material from the Newberry Library. 

North American Indian Thought & Culture   Your Library Card Number Publisher of scholarly databases in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.



Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS)

WOLAKOTA PROJECT Oceti Sakowin Resources


Their Stories

War-path and bivouac : or, The conquest of the Sioux : a narrative of stirring personal experiences and adventures in the Big Horn and Yellowstone expedition of 1876, and in the campaign on the British border, in 1879 University of Wisconsin Digital Collections

Welch Dakota Papers Extensive collection of oral history, notes, and transcriptions of Col. A.B. Welch as "the first white man adopted by the Sioux Nation."