Cascade Middle School: Ms. Marten’s Project on Native American Tribes and Culture
Library Online Resources
In the “Online Resources” section of the Deschutes Public Library website (www.deschuteslibrary.org/onlineresources
check out the databases in the Homework category! Use your library card (including Library Linx cards) to log in, or use them at a public library. Do a keyword search or browse the categories in these databases for magazine and journal articles covering your topic.
University of Washington Libraries: Native American History
A digital collection of primary and secondary source material related to Native Americans.
Lewis and Clark and the Native Americans
Learn about the tribes that had the most impact on the journeys of Lewis and Clark.
Library of Congress: Pre-contact America
Learn about indigenous life in the Americas before the arrival of Europeans.
The Oregon History Project: As Long as the World Goes on, the Land and People of Southwestern Oregon
Explore topics that cover the early days of this region in Oregon.
America’s History in the Making
Check out the units that cover Pre-Columbian America and Mapping Initial Encounters; click on the units and view downloadable text book articles and primary source documents.
Four Directions Institute: Tribes Index
Find a tribe in the list, and learn a little of the tribe’s history and current standing.
University of Saskatchewan: Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal)
Journal articles, photographs, and more information covering all aspects of Native life and culture.