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This guide will help you in locating archival resources, books and book reviews, reference works and scholarly articles related to Native American history in the 20th Century.

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Books, Journals and More

Books, journals, and archival collections documenting the Native American experience from various perspectives are in the University Libraries.  One such example is the manuscript "Why I am a Pagan" by Zitkala-Sa.  The full manuscript is in Archives and Special Collections (305 I.D. Weeks) and digitally available in the Digital Library of South Dakota

The manuscript was later published in the Atlantic Monthly 90 (1902).

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