Center for Native American Studies
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Learn about the history of the Center for Native American Studies. From the creation of the Nishnawbe News to the official inception of the Center of Native American Studies in 1996, there has been sustained growth in preserving Native American history on campus and throughout the nation.
News & Information
Come visit our photo gallery on Flickr. This extensive photo gallery includes pictures from our events and activities.
Visit our Archives to review past presentations, workshops, classroom projects, conference highlights, and other information about the Center. Students attending the Anishinaabemowin Teg Conference created a blogspot to share their experience: Blog A-Teg.
If you are looking for information on upcoming local, regional and national conferences and events in Indian Country, visit our resource room. There you can find links of interest, news relating to Indian Country and scholarships and internships.
The Center for Native American Studies has tote bags available for purchase. The bags are 15" x 19" and made of durable polyester. They are a great alternative to plastic shopping bags. Check out our Center Store for other items available.
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We are located at 112 Whitman Hall on the campus of NMU.
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