Тема: Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

MARS : the MSU Article Retrieval Service. This new service provides copies of non-electronic journal articles and individual book chapters that the MSU Libraries own to MSU faculty, staff, and graduate students for personal research. If the article cannot be scanned, a photocopy will be sent. Allow two to three days for delivery.

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules . (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player .) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

In 2013 a joint project was undertaken by the National Park Service s Harpers Ferry Center, by Sitka National Historical Park, and by the Historic American Landscapes Survey to document the eighteen standing totem poles and house posts along the Totem Trail, in order to enhance the park s interpretive efforts and provide documentation for future preservation planning.
Take the Virtual Tour »

Kiowa photographer Horace Poolaw began recording Native visual history in the mid-1920s and continued for the next fifty years. This exhibition is based on the Poolaw Photography Project, a research initiative established in 1989 at Stanford University and carried on by Native scholars Nancy Marie Mithlo (Chiricahua Apache) and Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk) of the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Exhibition preview »

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

In 2013 a joint project was undertaken by the National Park Service s Harpers Ferry Center, by Sitka National Historical Park, and by the Historic American Landscapes Survey to document the eighteen standing totem poles and house posts along the Totem Trail, in order to enhance the park s interpretive efforts and provide documentation for future preservation planning.
Take the Virtual Tour »

Kiowa photographer Horace Poolaw began recording Native visual history in the mid-1920s and continued for the next fifty years. This exhibition is based on the Poolaw Photography Project, a research initiative established in 1989 at Stanford University and carried on by Native scholars Nancy Marie Mithlo (Chiricahua Apache) and Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk) of the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Exhibition preview »

*It is believed that as early as 30,000 B.C. the Paleo-Indians crossed from Siberia to Alaska which began their move to North America.

*One of the saddest events in Native American history is when, in 1838, the Cherokee Indians were forced to move to Oklahoma. The march was called the " Trail of Tears ". Thousands of Cherokee died due to the cold weather and diseases.

The fourth Friday in September is Native American Day and the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed this Paper Bag Native American Vest so everyone can have fun  learning more about Native Americans.

Trivia:   Within the geographic boundaries of the United States there are more than 566 Indian tribes and Alaska Native groups that speak more than 250 languages. Each tribe has its own culture, history and identity

Just don t write it in the first person. I don t even understand how you could write in the first person for a paper.

You should see if your nearest library has a copy of the Handbook of North American Indians. It s described at this site: http://www.mnh.si.edu/anthro/handbook.html The Handbook is usually shelved with Government Publications in most libraries. If not there, then in the Reference section. Also, reference books might be a good start. There are many encyclopedias of Native Americans that will give you easy-to-use (i.e. not too in-depth) coverage of tribes, persons, topics, etc.) Here are just a few suggestions. Look for these in your nearest library (using the online catalog) Notable Native Americans, Sharon Malinowski, editor ; George H.J. Abrams, consulting editor & author of foreword. Gale Publications, 1995 American Indian Tribes, edited by the editors of Salem Press ; project editor, R. Kent Rasmussen. Salem Press, c2000. A Native American encyclopedia : history, culture, and peoples by Barry Pritzker, Oxford University Press, 2000. Here are some other collections of links to Native American information resources: http://www.americanwest.com/pages/indians.htm http://www.nativeculturelinks.com/nations.html http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAlanguage.html

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Consider reading Lise and Louise Erdrich for your project. Liselotte Erdrich and her sister Louise Erdrich are wonderful authors. Both women are from a North Dakota Ojibwe bad, I can t remember which. Louise and her sister Heid own a wonderful bookstore in Minneapolis which features books by Native authors and other lovingly selected books.

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The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules . (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player .) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

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The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

The MSU Libraries home page is your gateway to the extensive resources and services of the Main Library and its branches. Search the online catalog or explore our electronic resources pages and discover online indexes, full-text journal articles, e-books, and much more.

Research Basic Modules. (Note: Requires Adobe Flash Player.) A series of Camtasia tutorials by Sara Miller to help undergraduates understand the basics of library research, including:

In 2013 a joint project was undertaken by the National Park Service s Harpers Ferry Center, by Sitka National Historical Park, and by the Historic American Landscapes Survey to document the eighteen standing totem poles and house posts along the Totem Trail, in order to enhance the park s interpretive efforts and provide documentation for future preservation planning.
Take the Virtual Tour »

Kiowa photographer Horace Poolaw began recording Native visual history in the mid-1920s and continued for the next fifty years. This exhibition is based on the Poolaw Photography Project, a research initiative established in 1989 at Stanford University and carried on by Native scholars Nancy Marie Mithlo (Chiricahua Apache) and Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk) of the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Exhibition preview »

*It is believed that as early as 30,000 B.C. the Paleo-Indians crossed from Siberia to Alaska which began their move to North America.

*One of the saddest events in Native American history is when, in 1838, the Cherokee Indians were forced to move to Oklahoma. The march was called the " Trail of Tears ". Thousands of Cherokee died due to the cold weather and diseases.