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ES 250 Native American Texts and Archives: Home

Welcome

Native American Special Collections contain a variety of different resources including archival materials, rare books, photographs, and published materials. The resources shown in this guide are only an introduction to the hundreds of items available on campus. ​

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Image / Mrs. Ira Henry; Requa; September 1910; 8 prints

Accessing Archives on Campus

Getting Started

Library Special Collections and Archives include items that are rare or unique, relevant to specific research areas, and made available with an interest in preserving and protecting the materials. Some of the items you will find when you visit these special collections and archives are:

  • Manuscript collections
  • Maps
  • Photographs and art
  • University Archives
  • Rare books
  • Microfilm and Microfiche 
  • Posters
  • Oral histories

The best place to begin is the library website:

Archives and Collections on Campus

Accessing items from the Bancroft Library

Native American Studies Librarian

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Melissa Stoner
Contact:
Ethnic Studies Library
30 Stephens Hall #2360
Berkeley, CA 94720-2360
510-642-0941
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