A major source for listings of information on American Indian and Alaska Native groups, the first section of the book contains the source listings, presenting names, addresses, and often leaders of the tribal organizations (both federal and other) across the United States, as well as education, health, research, audiovisual, business and events directories. The resource provides similar information for Canada. The third section is the bibliography, which contains citations for 4500 in-print titles. Separate lists by subject follow, and there is also a listing of publishers of Indian titles. Information included in the biography section is provided by each biographee and varies in length and currency. A list of the approximately 2500 biographees follows.
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