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National Native American Heritage Month: Welcome

Welcome to the Native American Heritage Month Research Guide!

From November 1-30, National Native American Heritage Month is a time to "recognize the invaluable contributions of Native peoples that have shaped our country and honor the hundreds of Tribal Nations who continue exercising their inherent sovereignty as vital members of the overlapping system of governments in the United States." (Source: A Proclamation on National Native American Heritage Month, 2023)

The OCC Libraries welcome you to explore this guide's resources to learn and celebrate the cultures, history and achievements of Indigenous people of North America!

Se-Quo-Yah, half-length portrait, seated, facing right, holding Cherokee alphabet.

"Se-Quo-Yah " by John T. Bowen et al.Library of Congress is in the Public Domain.


Related Research Guide: Diversity, Equity, Justice, and Inclusion
Guide Editors: Nadja Springer-Ali 

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