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HELP US APPRECIATE NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH AT ARCHBISHOP IRELAND MEMORIAL LIBRARY. Check out some good dvds, and books by native authors: Sherman Alexie N. Scott Momaday Louise Erdrich James Wilson Jim Northrup Peter Razer Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve Linda Hogan

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Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

HELP US APPRECIATE NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH AT ARCHBISHOP IRELAND MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Check out some good dvds, and books by native authors:

  • Sherman Alexie

  • N. Scott Momaday

  • Louise Erdrich

  • James Wilson

  • Jim Northrup

  • Peter Razer

  • Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve

  • Linda Hogan

  • Leslie Marmon Silko

  • Black Elk

  • Zitkala-Sa

  • Lame Deer

    Drop in at Archbishop Ireland Library on South Campus and get a free Native American History Month Bookmark – seen on the left (published by the American Library Assn.) We will hand out ones depicting every Ethnic Heritage Month, and Women’s History Month, as the year progresses… So start building your collection… 

Materials listed here are suggestions by Curt Le May, Director of Ireland Library,

and do not necessarily represent those of the University of St. Thomas


Dances hoop dance jingle dance

Dances: Hoop Dance; Jingle Dance

Men: Fancy Dancer

Women: Shawl Dance

Drums….


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

Minnesota Department of Minnesota Department of Human Rights web sitehttp://mn.gov/mdhr/public_affairs/events_nativeamerican_month.html

November is

Native American

Heritage Month

Indian Tribes in Minnesota

In Minnesota, there are seven Anishinaabe (Chippewa, Ojibwe) reservations and four Dakota (Sioux) communities.

A reservation or community is a segment of land that belongs to one or more groups of American Indians. Find an overview of Indian Tribes in Minnesota on the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council web site.


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

New Book at Ireland LibraryLily of the Mohawks on St. Kateri Tekakawithaby Twin Cities author Emily Cavins

Book held in Ireland Library

Stacks; Call Number:

E90.T2 C38 2013


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

Book held in

O'Shaughnessy-Frey Stacks

Call number:

PR9199.3.K4422 Z477 2005


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

Portuguese Colonialism –

interacting with native peoples.

DVD held at

St. Thomas-O'Shaughnessy-Frey

Library Media-DVDs

Call number:

PN1997 .M57 2003 c.2


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

French Colonialism –

interacting with native peoples.

Held at

St. Thomas-O'Shaughnessy-Frey

Library Media-DVDs

Call number:

PS8526.O62 B53 2007


Help us appreciate native american history month at archbishop ireland memorial library

Here you can find digitized historic images from the Archbishop Ireland Memorial Library's Rare Book Collection concerning missionary work with Minnesota’s Native Americans, which includes catechetical materials used for religious instruction, New Testament selections, and printed music and hymns in Native languages common to Minnesota; published from 1850 to 1925..

Click on the blue hyperlink below to see this collection featured in the Minnesota Digital Library’s Minnesota Reflections Project

http://reflections.mndigital.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/iml


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