Temporary new library hours are in effect until further notice.

Celebrate Culture Anytime, Anywhere: Native American Heritage Electronic Resources

Eileen Ybarra, Librarian III, Electronic Resources,
a pow wow in liberty park
A pow wow at Liberty park in Salt Lake City, Utah for pioneer day, a yearly celebration

Looking for a new way to increase your knowledge of Native Americans' rich cultural traditions? You can access several electronic resources 24/7 for free with your library card. Enjoy a variety of award-winning literature by Native American authors available on eBook and audiobook on Overdrive and Libby. Explore the premium online resource, American Indian Experience which offers historical and contemporary insights on Native American cultures. Additionally, you can learn over a dozen Native American languages with our free online language learning resource, Transparent Language Online. Below is a list of available indigenous language courses on Transparent Languages Online, and some suggested Native American authored eBooks and audiobooks.


a horizontal logo of transparent language online

a young navajo girl sitting on the grass being instructed in arts and craftrs from a Navajo woman

Native languages of the Americas on Transparent Language Online

Cree
Dakota
Dakotah, Sisseton
Hawaiian
Koasati
Koyukon
Nahuatl
Oji-Cree
Ojibwe
Ojibwe, Central
Ojibwe, Northwestern
Quechua, Ecuadorian
Tohono O’odham


Notable Native American Literature


Code Talker: A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two
Bruchac, Joseph

LaRose
Erdrich, Louise

#NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women

The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn
Philbrick, Nathaniel

The Pueblo Revolt
Roberts, David

One Native Life
Wagamese, Richard


 

 

 

Top