Use databases to find citations (and sometimes full text) to articles and other materials. There are specialized databases for various subjects. Listed in the boxes below are some selected database starting points for finding articles on topics in Native Americans.
Note: some databases use different truncation symbols (* is most common; others include !, $,
Find full-text articles
[UW restricted], these databases are accessible remotely by UWNetID.
E-Journals are online, full-text scholarly (academic, peer reviewed, refereed) publications to which the library subscribes.
If the full-text of an article is not available directly in a database such as America: History and Life, then click on the Check for Full Text UW button to find out if the UW has an electronic or print copy of the journal article you need. If there is no button, then check UW Libraries Search for the title of the journal to determine if the UW owns a copy.