Center's Resource Room
The Center for Native American Studies Resource Room is available for NMU faculty, staff, students and community members. We have books, dvds, cds, cassette recordings, and other miscellaneous documents. The list of available items can be found below along with links to other resources.
Books can be checked out for up to two weeks.
All DVD, VHS and audio compact disc and cassette resources are to be used at the Center. A TV, VCR, and DVD player are available for use.
NMU faculty can check out these materials for class purposes.
Olson Library on-line Native American government documents (updated April. 2009)
Available for Purchase at the Center Store
Cherokee History video series (Please note that CNAS is not endorsing this information for sales, but we do get questions regarding Cherokee ancestry)
- Native American Educational Series
- Walking a Mile: A First Step Toward Mutual Understanding [A Qualitative Study Exploring How Indians & Non-Indians Think of Each Other
- Understanding Michigan Indian Sovereignty and Treaties Curriculum
- University of Minnesota Duluth Center for Indigenous Knowledge Revitalization
- Minnesota Department of Education K-12 Curriculum