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HIST 200: Historians for Hire

Prof. Tony Adler, Fall 2021

The Land We Stand On Now

We stand on the homelands of the Wahpekute band of the Dakota Nation. We honor with gratitude the people who’ve stewarded the land through the generations and their ongoing contributions to this region. We acknowledge the ongoing injustices that we have committed to the Dakota Nation, and we wish to interrupt this legacy, beginning with acts of healing and honest storytelling about this place.

Repositories of Indigenous primary sources

There are hundreds of small collections, usually centered around a particular region or nation. These are a few of the broadest and most topical collections, but don't feel limited to them!

 

Connecticut Indian Deed, 1727, from the Edward E. Ayer Digital Collection

Indigenous Newspapers

Other Sources

MN Archaeology Reports