Indigenous Nations Studies: Books & eBooks
Search for books at the PSU Library
Selected Faculty Works
Find Books Using Subjects
Find books on your topic by using a keyword search to find relevant subject headings. For example, search the keyword, Sustainability, in the PSU Library catalog. Under the details for the book entitled, Sustainability, the subject headings lead to other relevant books on this topic. The Subject links in the left-hand column provide pertinent results too.
*Subject headings are the terms libraries use to organize materials. Try using them as search terms in the catalog:
Indians of North America -- Oregon
Indians of North America --West
Indians of North America--Southern States
Indians of South America -- Andes Region
Indians of Mexico
Northern Paiute Indians
Canadian literature -- Native authors
Indians -- History
Indians of North America -- Agriculture
Note: these are just a few examples. When you find a useful book, look under the Details tab in the catalog record for additional subject headings.
*Subject headings use "Indians" rather than "Native American."
Find Books and Ebooks in the Library Catalog Video
Narrow the search results to show available eBooks by selecting Resource Type, eBooks.
Once you find a relevant eBook, then select the title to go to the full record.
Click on Online Access to navigate to the full text eBook.
Requesting Books from Summit
When you find an item in the catalog that has a Find & Request link, then the book or video is checked out or not in our collection.
- First, sign in to the catalog for borrowing privileges at Summit;
- You can request the book by clicking on Find & Request, then select Request from Summit (a partnership of academic libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho);
- It takes approximately five days to receive an item through Summit;
- When your item is available for check out at the 1st floor Circulation Desk, you will be notified by PSU email.