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You can find eBooks in two ways:
If you can't find the books you need at the UW or through our Summit partner libraries (Summit material can be found in UW Libraries Search), use the following catalogs. Books not available at the UW can be requested through Interlibrary Loan.
The UW Libraries arranges books by Library of Congress call numbers. When searching for books use the search term "Indians of North America" rather than Native American, Indigenous Peoples or First Nation -- this is the official subject term that UW Libraries and other catalogs use. You can also search by the names of specific tribes such as the "Dakota Indians" or "Nez Perce." Though Native American history is covered in under various subjects (e.g., there will be Native American history in the women's history call numbers, the urban history call numbers, etc.) the major section for Native American history is listed below.
|E51-E73||Pre-Columbian America. Indians||Suzzallo 3|
|E75-E99||Indians of North America||Suzzallo 3|
For a more specific breakdown of the call numbers see the Library of Congress Classification Online.