A 40-foot vertical file contains, among other riches, an extensive collection of bibliographies.
Check their "websites" link for a list of useful web sources.
The web interface is not well designed, and the search form is very challenging.
Search by name of tribe and major topic (do not attempt "American Indians" or "Native Americans").
Includes free abstracts and ability to order full-text for a fee.
UCLA American Indian Studies Center Library (AISCL)For Los Angeles area students, this is a small but rich library of historical and contemporary materials.
Unfortunately, a glitch in the university's current OPAC makes it impossible to limit searches to the AISCL, but this should be resolved soon.
For now, one must use the card catalog onsite, and it is a non-circulating library.Of special interest is access to an online database Bibliography of Native North America,not found many places.Also rare is the collection's Hopi and Zuni katsina reference index.For conducting research from remote locations/ unable to come in to the ESL library.Some resources may require university or library log-ins for access, like proquest and ERIC databases (Ethnic Newswatch, Educator's Reference Desk).All-Purpose Resources Arts & Literature California Culture & Ethnology Demography Education Genealogy Geography/ Environment Health & Medicine History Language Law & Politics Tribes, Nations, and other Organizations WWW Virtual Library-American Indians: Index of Native American Resources on the Internet. This comprehensive source works for every category of interest as an all-around "Best" website.