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Native American Heritage

Native American Heritage Month

Collage of Historical Texas Native American Faces

Angelo State University is proud to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. This Research Guide serves to honor Native Americans and inform the ASU community about them, emphasizing the indigenous Texas Peoples. The above graphic depicts the faces of various Native Americans, as well as the names of Native Nations who once lived in this area of what we now call Texas. It comes from Texas Beyond History, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, University of Texas at Austin.

Resources in the Spotlight:

Indian Nations in Texas - From the Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Native American Heritage Month 2021 - Resources From the Library of Congress

Native American Heritage Month 2021 - Resources From PBS

History of Native American Heritage Month (Watch the video included in #5!)

Newly Added links in "Other Web Resources of Interest"

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month at ASU, November 9th, 11:30 AM -1:00 PM, UC Multicultural Lobby

Image of Native American resources display located at the Porter Henderson Library, November 2021.

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