Native American Bibliography Series | Rowman & Littlefield
Native American Bibliography Series
This series provides comprehensive annotated bibliographies of published and archival works on the various Indian tribes of North America. For the major tribes, where there is a large body of literature, single volumes are devoted to individual groups. In other cases, several regionally-related tribes are covered in one volume. Other topical volumes address major aspects of federal Indian law, languages, spirituality, government policies, fiction, poetry, and similar concerns within Native American life. Each volume is annotated and ranges from 2,000 to 4,000 entries. While primarily intended for students, scholars, librarians and Native American communities, the bibliographies are also of great value to anyone seriously interested in the study of a particular tribal group or topical arrangement.

Editor(s): General Editors: Jack W. Marken and Michael L. Tate
American Indian Sovereignty and Law: An Annotated Bibliography
EDITED BY WADE DAVIES AND RICHMOND L. CLOW
Scarecrow Press • February 2009 • Reference
The Pawnee Nation: An Annotated Research Bibliography
JUDITH A. BOUGHTER
Scarecrow Press • March 2004 • Reference
The Native American in Short Fiction in the Saturday Evening Post: An Annotated Bibliography
PETER G. BEIDLER; HARRY J. BROWN AND MARION F. EGGE
Scarecrow Press • January 2001 • Reference
Native Americans in the Saturday Evening Post
PETER G. BEIDLER AND MARION F. EGGE
Scarecrow Press • December 1999 •
Dine Bibliography to the 1990s: A Companion to the Navajo Bibliography of 1969
HOWARD M. BAHR
Scarecrow Press • June 1999 •
Indian Slavery, Labor, Evangelization, and Captivity in the Americas: An Annotated Bibliography
RUSSELL M. MAGNAGHI
Scarecrow Press • March 1998 •
Bibliography of the Indians of San Diego County: The Kumeyaay, Diegueno, Luiseno, and Cupeno
PHILLIP M. WHITE AND STEPHEN D. FITT
Scarecrow Press • December 1997 •
Health of Native People of North America: A Bibliography and Guide to Resources, 1970-1994
SHARON A. GRAY
Scarecrow Press • August 1996 •
The Native American in Long Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography
JOAN BEAM AND BARBARA BRANSTAD
Scarecrow Press • April 1996 • Reference
Indigenous Languages of the Americas: A Bibliography of Dissertations and Theses
ROBERT SINGERMAN
Scarecrow Press • March 1996 •
A Biobibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1925: A Supplement
DANIEL F. LITTLEFIELD JR. AND JAMES W. PARINS
Scarecrow Press • June 1995 •
A Guide to Cherokee Documents in the Northeastern United States
PAUL KUTSCHE
Scarecrow Press • May 1995 •
Bibliography of the Osage
TERRY P. WILSON
Scarecrow Press • May 1995 •
Indians of Texas: An Annotated Research Bibliography
MICHAEL L. TATE
Scarecrow Press • May 1995 •
The Seneca and Tuscarora Indians: An Annotated Bibliography
MARILYN L. HAAS
Scarecrow Press • May 1994 •
Yakima, Palouse, Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla, and Wanapum Indians: A Historical Bibliography
CLIFFORD E. TRAFZER
Scarecrow Press • February 1992 •
The Upstream People: An Annotated Research Bibliography of the Omaha Tribe
MICHAEL L. TATE
Scarecrow Press • April 1991 •
Bibliography of the Blackfoot
HUGH A. DEMPSEY AND LINDSAY MOIR
Scarecrow Press • January 1989 •
Kinsmen Through Time: An Annotated Bibliography of Potawatomi History
DAVID R. EDMUNDS
Scarecrow Press • November 1987 •
Bibliography of the Languages of Native California: Including closely related languages of adjacent areas
WILLIAM BRIGHT
Scarecrow Press • March 1982 •