NOTE: When searching the library catalogue please keep in mind that library classifications and historical library materials contain many outdated terms such as "Indian". We are working to improve and update these terms. You can also try more current keywords such as "Native peoples" or "Indigenous" in keyword searches.
NOTE: When to use "Indians of North America" vs. "Native Peoples" as a subject
Within the OISE Library catalogue, there is a useful distinction between the subject terms "Indians of North America" and "Native Peoples". "Indians of North America" is largely used to describe Indigenous materials mostly from the United States and Mexico, where as "Native Peoples" is used to describe First Nations, Métis and Inuit materials from Canada.
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From the catalogue record, note the:
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