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About - Tribal Legacies

The Tribal Legacies digital collection presents a first step in providing extended access to materials pertaining to Native American ethnography and history in the University of Oregon Libraries. The digital collection brings together information from UO Libraries’ documents, maps, photographs, and manuscript collections. Focusing on the Pacific Northwest, the collections feature archival materials that contain either brief references to indigenous people or are completely dedicated to their coverage.  In the spirit of document accessibility, Tribal Legacies highlights relevant collections, from nineteenth century Alaska Native ethnography to Klamath Restoration, to provide a comprehensive source for academic research and Native American documentation.

Honoring Tribal Legacies in Pursuit of Diversity and Academic Excellence

Debra Carver, Dean, University of Oregon Libraries
CHiXapkaid, Professor of Native American Studies in Education, College of Education, University of Oregon

An Introduction to the Tribal Legacies Projectat the University of Oregon Libraries

James Fox, Head, Special Collections & University Archives
Linda Long, Manuscripts Librarain, Special Collections & University Archives



Last revision: 07/13/2012
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