Native Americans were living in North and South America for thousands of years before Christopher Columbus reached the so-called "New World." At this time, Connecticut was inhabited primarily by the Mahican, Mohegan, and Pequot tribes.
In support of Native American Heritage Month, EBSCO is providing complimentary access to their Native American Archives for the month of November. Whether tracing your heritage or learning about Native American history, original records shed new light on the people and events of the past. Over 1.5 million images are available for the first time on the Internet.
In addition, the library has a broad collection of books on Native American crafts, food, religion, history, and titles written by contemporary Native American authors. Check out the list for these fascinating reads.