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Trial Access for Electronic Resources & Databases: 2013: September 2013

American Indian Histories and Cultures: Description and Access


Explore manuscripts, artwork and rare printed books dating from the earliest contact with European settlers right up to photographs and newspapers from the mid-twentieth century. Browse through a wide range of rare and original documents from treaties, speeches and diaries, to historic maps and travel journals.  

Time periods include:  

Pre-contact, Early contact between American Indians and Europeans settlers, The first days of the New Republic and the emerging Federalist Era, Relocation policy and the ensuing Indian Removal Act of 1830, Indian Wars, the War of Independence and the American Civil War, Turn of the century politics and the Progressive Era, The impact of the Indian New Deal, The Red Power Movement and the occupation of Alcatraz, and more.

Price Info:

$ 12,000 one time cost                                                                             

This price is completely tailored to Austin Peay State University and includes full institutional access and no limit to concurrent users.  The only additional charge is an annual hosting fee of 0.5%, which is required to renew the license.  

Dates Available:

9-25-2013 to 10-23-2013



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