November is American Indian Month: Jump-start your research at the Stone Center Library!

November is American Indian Heritage month and UNC’s own American Indian Center  is hosting a series of events , including one TODAY at Wilson Library:
American Indians in 21st-Century North Carolina
Wednesday, Nov. 10
Wilson Special Collections Library
3:30 p.m. Pottery-making demonstration (outside)
5 p.m. Reception and exhibit viewing (North Carolina Collection Gallery)
5:45 p.m. Program (Pleasants Family Assembly Room)
Free and open to the public
Information: North Carolina Collection, (919) 962-1172
Interested in learning more about American Indian culture?  Doing research on related topics?  Don’t forget to come by the Stone Center Library!  For example, here are just a few of our more recent items on relations between American Indians and African Americans:

Looking for something broader?  Dr. Clara Sue Kidwell, Director of the American Indian Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has overseen and contributed to a variety of texts available at UNC libraries, including: Native American Studies.  2005. Lincoln [Neb.] : University of Nebraska Press. Or if you’re looking for more events to attend, UNC’s own professor Malinda Lowery recently published Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South : race, identity, and the making of a nation, which will be featured at a reading next Tuesday.  Enjoy!

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