The National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center supports the mission of the museum to collect, organize, preserve and make available papers, records, images, recordings, and ephemera that accurately reflect the historical and contemporary lives of Native peoples throughout the Western Hemisphere, specifically regarding Native art, culture, knowledge, politics, events, and social movements and developments. The collections also complement the museum’s artifacts and are used for scholarly research, exhibitions, journalism, documentary productions, and other research and educational activities. The Archive Center provides reference, research, and services to Native Americans, publishers, scholars, museum staff, and the general public.
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- Indian American – Not – American Indian (longislandbuilders.wordpress.com)
- Future of American Indian Cultural Center to be announced Thursday (newsok.com)
- Smithsonian Exhibit to Highlight Indian-Americans (voanews.com)