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    Artists' Views of Native Americans
    The Indian was a favorite subject of many European and American born artists during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. There was a wide range of viewpoints ex- pressed in this art, with an idealized image of the Indian as a "noble savage" being a frequent choice. Other artists saw their role as one of documenting an accurate picture of Indians and their society in a time when it was already disappearing.
    Bibliographies & Guides on the Native Americans
      US - West
    One of the most important, but least used, tools of research is the published bibliography on the same subject. Using this type of reference source will often enable a researcher to utilize the work already completed by someone else, thereby speeding up and improving the quality of work being done.
    Compiled by the University of Southern California Library Information Services Division.
    Books Documenting Native American Art History
    A list of some of the many books in the University Library at USC which documents the history of Native American art.
    Books on Images & Stereotypes of Native Americans
      US - West
    Compiled by the University of Southern California Library.
    Dictionaries & Encyclopedias on Native Americans
      US - West
    Compiled by the University of Southern California Library.
    Native American Art
    Native American art is the oldest form of art in this country -- covering some 25,000 years. Yet it has been the last to be recognized as more than historical artifact. Now, thanks to the work of art historians, archeologists, and ethnohistorians, there is a greater recognition of the continuity of Native North American art.
    Native American Literature
    Although it was the first American literature to be created, Native American literature has been the last to be recognized -- and, to some extent, is still waiting for full recognition. Beginning with its first thousand years of oral literature and continuing to the present time with writers in all the genre of literature, Native American is an important element in the literature of this country.
    Native American Religion & Mythology
    Books Documenting Native American Religion & Mythology (University Library at U. Southern California)
    Ur-List Web Resources for Anthropology & Visual Media
    The Ur-List: Web Resources for Visual Anthropology facilitates web searches by cross-indexing three hundred and seventy-five anthropological sites according to the categories of information they contain.

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