New to Center's Resource Room

Now available at the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives : Seven reels of microfilm from Records of the Michigan Superintendency of Indian Affairs that contain the correspondence of Governor Lewis Cass to Henry Schoolcraft, 1814-1835, and the letters sent by the agent at Sault Ste Marie, 1822-1833.  These reels correspond to the Henry Schoolcraft Correspondence papers on 69 reels which also document his time as US Indian agent for the tribes of the Lake Superior region, 1822-1841.

  • Gidakiiminaan (Our Earth) atlas and CD -- donated by the Great Lakes Wildlife & Fish Commission

  • Indinawemaaganidog (All My Relations) Anishinaabe language CD -- donated by the Great Lakes Wildlife & Fish Commission

  • Tribal Nations: The Story of Federal Indian Law

New to Olson Library

  •  Doctors, Lawyers, Indian Chiefs
    by Tom Benjey
    Call number is GV958 U33 B46 2008 

  • Native American Women's Studies: A Primer
    by Stephane A. Sellers
    E59W8 S44 2008

  • The Tiny Warrior: A Path to Personal Discovery and Achievement
    by D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas
    BF637 S4 V37 2003