Selected resources on Native American art

Russell, Marilyn; Young, Thomas E.
April 2008
Art Libraries Journal;Apr2008, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p34
Academic Journal
The article explores various electronic resources of Native American art and visual works made by indigenous people of the said region kept in the U.S. Their artworks are housed in several facilities in the area including Haskell Indian Nations University Library and Archives, Institute of American Indians Arts Library and Archives (IAIA) and the Heard Museum Library and Archives. Haskell is a facility located in Lawrence, Kansas wherein it keeps 70,000 volumes of books about American Indians and provides access to various online databases. The AIAI is in Santa Fe, New Mexico and holds a collection of approximately 31,000 volumes of fine arts college. The Heard Museum located in Phoenix, Arizona houses more than 23,000 information on Native American artists.


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