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Native American Studies: Native Americans and BYU

Special Collections Inventory

Page Overview

This page contains finding guides related to Native American studies found in the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Library.

Finding aids are tools that help a user find information in a specific record group, collection, or series of archival materials. The finding guides on this page specifically focus on just the things in the archives that deal with Native American and Indigenous studies or Native American alumni. Each guide will tell you where to find the collection it describes and a specific location for each piece of information they found.

 

For more information on Native BYU students and alumni, including video interviews and photos found in the Special Collections, check out our new website:

Special Collections Manuscript Access Instructions

  1. Go to catalog.lib.byu.edu
  2. Switch to "Advanced Keyword" search
  3. Change "Type" to "Archival Manuscript"
  4. Fill out the rest of the boxes according to your desired subject
  5. Perform Search

University Archivist

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Cory Nimer
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