Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month. Participate in this tribute by checking out these recent titles and other online resources celebrating Native American heritage.

On Our Shelves

Place these titles on hold and pick them up from your favorite branch library. Don’t have a library card? Visit our Start Here page to get started!

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Libby e-Books / e-Audiobooks

Browse the Native American Heritage Month book list in Libby to access e-Books and e-Audiobooks for all ages. Start reading right away!

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A Snake Falls to Earth

Join the #BigLibraryRead digital book club! Borrow the ebook or audiobook of ‘A Snake Falls to Earth’ by Darcie Little Badger from Libby with no waitlists or holds November 2-16.

Other Online Resources

world book ebooks

World Book eBooks is a collection of online books accessible immediately by any number of people without the need to check out. Great for student situations where everyone can access the same title at the same time. Here are direct links to relative titles:

Native North American Series

  • The Aztec – Explore the history and culture of the Aztec people. The Aztec ruled a mighty empire in Mexico during the 1400’s and early 1500’s.
  • The Blackfeet – Explore the history and culture of the Blackfeet people. Blackfeet people live in the Great Plains of Montana and Alberta.
  • The Cherokee – Explore the history and culture of the Cherokee people. The Cherokee are one of the largest groups of Native Americans in the United States.
  • The Hopi – Explore the history and culture of the Hopi people. Most Hopis live in villages on or near three high mesas in Arizona.
  • The Inuit – This volume of Native North Americans explores the history and culture of the Inuit. The Inuit are a people who live in and near the Arctic.
  • The Iroquois – Explore the history and culture of the Iroquois people. The Iroquois lived in most of what is now New York state.
  • The Ojibwa – Explore the history and culture of the Ojibwa people. The Ojibwa form one of the largest tribal groups in North America.
  • The Osage – Explore the history and culture of the Osage people. The Osage once gathered food and hunted buffalo throughout a vast region of what are now Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
  • The Pomo – Explore the history and culture of the Pomo people. The Pomo lived on the west coast of North America, just north of what is now San Francisco Bay, California.
  • The Tlingit – Explore the history and culture of the Tlingit people. The Tlingit live mainly along the coast of southeastern Alaska.

native american heritage month

November is National American Indian Heritage Month. The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans.