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Featured Bookshelf: Native American Heritage

Featured Bookshelf: Native American Heritage

This November take the time to introduce yourself to breadth and depth of indigenous cultures that have existed on the American continents for thousands of years. 

November in the United States is Native American Heritage Month, also referred to as American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. It celebrates the rich history and diversity of America’s indigenous peoples and educates the public about historical and current challenges they face. Native American Heritage Month was first declared by presidential proclamation in 1990 which urged the United States to learn more about their first nations.

Click on the link below to see the full list, descriptions, and catalog links for the featured Native American Heritage titles suggested by UCF Library employees. These books plus many more are also on display in the 4th floor Reading Room of the John C. Hitt Library.

Featured Bookshelf: Native American Heritage

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The UCF Library Subject Librarians are here to help your students! Students can call, email, or request a Zoom session to inquire about assistance with their research topics, searching library databases, finding the best resources and so much more. Refer to the page below to find the contact information for each subject librarian. Librarians are available at the John C. Hitt Library, Curriculum Materials Center, Rosen Library, Downtown Library and UCF Connect Libraries.

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