Ethnic Studies Library
Some of the books you find in OskiCat or Melvyl may list their location as "Native American Studies Collection." This means that they are located in the Ethnic Studies Library, on the first floor of Stephens Hall (map).The Ethnic Studies Library is organized into collections focusing on specific ethnic groups, to make browsing easier; look for the "Native American Studies" area when you enter the library, or ask a library staff member to point you in the right direction.
The Ethnic Studies library has more limited hours than Doe or Moffitt (open 9-5 M-F, 1-6 on Sunday) and their borrowing periods are shorter, but they have a very specialized collection and helpful librarians who are experts in their fields. The Native American studies librarian is John Berry, and he has put together a useful guide on doing research in Native American studies.