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Native Americans: Books

When to Use Books

Books, whatever their format, are a good source for:

  • detailed background or historical information on a topic
  • detailed analysis of a topic
  • providing a perspective of change over time
  • putting the topic into context with other issues, such as politics, society, or the economy.

WNC Library Books on This Topic

Clicking on the links below will perform a search for WNC Library books on these topics. Most  books can be checked out for 3 weeks and renewed.

Find books at WNC Library
(Classic Catalog)

 


To only find books on the library shelves, take the following steps after searching for your terms:

  1. Click on "modify search"
  2. Select Format "BOOK"

A Sampling of Books on this Topic

Finding books on the library shelves

All  college libraries in Nevada use the Library of Congress Classification System to organize their books. Books are arranged A - Z, with each letter corresponding to a subject. To find books on this topic, go to the following areas:

E75 - E99 Indians of North America
   
   
   

Finding Books on the Library Shelves Tutorial

Look at the video below for a short explanation of how to locate a book on the library shelves.

Contact the Library:

Carson City Campus Library
 2201 W. College Parkway, Carson City, NV 89703
Main: (775) 445-3229

refdesk@wnc.edu

 Beck Library, Fallon Campus
160 Campus Way, Fallon, NV 89406
Main: (775) 423-5330