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Native American Studies

Introduction to Library Research

LD 291: Public law that requires the teaching of Maine Native American history and culture in Maine schools

Basic Reference Resources

*REF indicates a print resource located in the Reference stacks on the 1st Floor of the Fogler Library.

Finding Books and Articles

Use the following online catalogs to find books, videos, microforms etc. on your topic:

Identifying scholarly journals vs. popular and trade magazines

Use the following databases to find articles on your topics.

Use the following Fogler databases to find primary documents on your topics:

Article Linker - find out how to locate full texts of articles retrieved from online databases that have this icon (turn on your audio)

Fogler Library Special Collections

Wabanaki Studies

Health Resources Online

Digital Libraries, Archives, and Collections

Policy Resources Online

Additional Online Resources

RefWorks

RefWorks is a citation management tool that allows you to

  • Create lists of citations of resources from your research.
  • Insert citations in your paper from your lists of citations
  • Create a list of references at the end of your paper

Where to go for assistance


Revised: Jen Bonnet | Revised: 06/23/2014
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