Native American-related Resources

Firesite drum photoThe Center for Native American Studies serves as a source of teaching about the culture and lives of Native Americans, in particular about the Anishinaabe people.  The Center has many resources to share, such as the Anishinaabe News, a newsletter that comes out two-four times a year and has been produced by the Center since 1971; Anishinaabe language sites, and other Native American news and information sources. The Center also has Native American-specific books, videos, CDs and DVDs in its resource room.  

We offer a number of activities each semester.  You can visit our CNAS Archives to see past presentations, workshops, classroom projects, conference highlights, student activities, and other information about the Center. 

We have information to share on upcoming Native American events: conferences or events in Indian Country.  

If you are looking for a particular source that isn’t listed here, please contact us and we’ll do our best to assist you. We can be reached at 906-227-1397 or