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Native American Heritage @ SWIC Library

SWIC Librarian

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Samantha Rogers
Contact:
Research Center
Belleville Campus Library
IS Building, First Floor
(618) 222-5236

SWIC Librarian

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Jennifer Bone
Contact:
Research Center
Belleville Campus Library
IS Building, 1st Floor
(618) 222-5597

SWIC Librarian

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Teri Terranova
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Contact:
Granite City Campus Library
(618) 931-0600, ext. 7353

What's Happening @ SWIC Library

SWIC Library joins with the campus community in celebrating diversity!
During the month of November, the Library's Books on Parade highlights the history, culture, and contributions of Native Americans. 

 

  • Browse a sampling of our books BELOW and in the TABS outlined to the left.
  • Take advantage of our Library Pick UP Service Watch this QUICK VIDEO on how to place a book request. Once requested, library staff will pull your item from the shelf and email you that it's ready for pick up at the library's front desk. You will need your SWIC ID to check items out of the library. The typical loan period for library items is 4 weeks. See our current library hours.
  • Finally, be sure to scroll down this page for a curated list of great Web Resources including Facts & Figures, History, Arts & Culture, Literature, Health & Medicine, Education, Legal Resources, Crime Prevention, Archaeology  & Historic Preservation, and Native American Organizations.

 

RUNNING STRONG, Dr. Lydia Jennings follows her true course.
See more from  (AISES) American Indian Science and Engineering Society, WINDS OF CHANGE

Browse and Request Books @ SWIC Library

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Web Resources

Facts and Figures
History
Arts and Culture

National Museum of the American Indian

Google Arts and Culture

Literature
Health and Medicine
Education
Legal Resources

Crime Prevention

Archaeology and Historic Preservation

Native American Organizations

Native American Heritage Month