Government Sources Used in Native American Historical Research

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No sessions currently scheduled.

Description

Government Information: the Most Interesting Information in the World

Join Minitex and the University of Minnesota Libraries Regional Depository Library in a unique webinar series that highlights the exciting government information available to you and your patrons for free. Learn to determine the best starting points for your government information searching and be informed, my friends, through these free webinars.

Three librarians from Michigan, Minnesota, and South Dakota will highlight documents and websites on both the state and national level. The presenters have years of experience working with Native American history and cultural resources.

Presenters:

Jon Harrison
Social Sciences Collections Coordinator
Michigan State University

Jodi Carlson Grebinoski
Reference & Government Documents Librarian
University of Minnesota Duluth

Vickie Mix
Government Documents Librarian
South Dakota State University

Who Should Attend?

Any library staff interested in learning about government sources used in Native American historical research.