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Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with BadgerLink Resources

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

November is Native American Heritage Month, making it a great time to explore resources and publications on American Indian culture and heritage available through BadgerLink. To access the following resources from home, please login at


EBSCO’s NoveList

EBSCO's MasterFILE Complete

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  • Native Peoples Magazine 01/01/1992 to 11/01/2016
  • American Indian Quarterly 01/01/1990 to present
  • Windspeaker 01/01/2000 to 12/15/2016
  • News from Native California 01/01/2002 to present

EBSCO's Academic Search Premier

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  • American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal Of The National Center 11/01/2003 To Present
  • Tribal College Journal 03/01/2000 To Present

EBSCO’s Education Research Complete

  • American Indian Higher Educational Experiences: Cultural Visions & Personal Journeys 02/01/2008
  • Examining American Indian Perspectives In The Central Region On Parent Involvement In Children's Education 08/01/2008
  • National Indian Education Study: Part II: The Educational Experiences Of Fourth- & Eighth-Grade American Indian & Alaska Native Students 10/01/2006

BadgerLink partner, PBS Wisconsin Education

American Indian Studies in Wisconsin: A rich collection of educational videos, teacher professional development resources, lesson plans for all grades, and learning tools for your classroom and library.

Stories on culture and language from Native communities around the central Great Lakes.

Walter Bresette passionately worked to educate others on issues of tribal sovereignty, American Indian treaty rights and environmentalism. A member of the Red Cliff Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa (Ojibwe), Bresette was a leader during the Northern Wisconsin spearfishing controversies of the 1980s.