Native American Studies Resources
Below are resources that are available for research in American Indian history and culture. Some resources may only be available at Sitting Bull College or with a password. Contact a librarian at 701-854-8008 or send an email to email@example.com if you need assistance.
Below is a listing of ebooks that are available online. Titles without links can be found at the NetLibrary link below.
Dakota Place Names: Geographical Names on 18th and 19th Century Maps
Lakota Dakota Electronic Texts Available Online
A comprehensive list of online links featuring full text versions of Lakota materials available online.
The history of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, 1800-2000
A free downloadable e-book in multiple formats available from the Internet Archive
Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region
All resources below are available on campus through any Sitting Bull College network. For remote and off campus access contact Sitting Bull College Library for a user name and password if applicable.
Full text access to the journals of the American Antropolical Association (available at this link on Sitting Bull College campus)
Ella Deloria Archive
A full text collection of the papers and documents of Ella Deloria
Native American Ethnobotany Database from the University of Michigan
A searchable database of "… Foods, Drugs, Dyes and Fibers of Native American Peoples, Derived from Plants."
Index to James E. Emery Recordings
Index to a collection of over three hundred CD recordings of traditional Lakota stories, music and history recorded by James E. Emery in the 1950's through the 1970's. This collection is available at Sitting Bull College Library.
Resources for Information on treaties between the United States, various colonial powers and American Indian nations.
Documents Relating to the Negotiation of Ratified and Unratified Treaties with Various Indian Tribes 1801-1869
Includes a collection of ephemera surrounding treaties such as: instructions to treaty commisioners, reports, letters and in some cases treaties.
Early Recognized Treaties with the American Indian Nations
A companion to Kappler that provides access to treaties between American Indian nations and colonizers between 1722 and 1805.
Kappler's Indian Affairs Laws and Treaties
The classic resource for accessing American Indian treaties online. Contains treaties, laws and executive orders pertaining to American Indian tribes.
United States Papers regarding Indian Affairs
Legislative and executive documents dealing with Indian Affairs from 1789-1838.
Lakota Winter Counts Online Exhibit
Minnesota Place Names
Plains Indian Ledger Art
A useful website dealing with Primeau family genealogy
Standing Rock History from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
The History of Standing Rock from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Teaching Indigenous Languages
A collections of links and information on the teaching of indigenous languages