Supporting, Documenting, and Preserving Tribal Cultural Lifeways: Library Services for Tribal Communities in the United States
Online article from World Libraries VOL. 12, NO. 1
SPRING 2002. This article presents a  snapshot of library services today in tribal communities. Tribal communities are populated by independent sovereign nations of indigenous peoples residing within the contemporary boundaries of the United States.
Author: Loriene Roy and A. Arro Smith
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