Washington State University

Native Resources at WSU

American Indian Collections at WSU Library

American Indian Studies has partnered with the WSU Libraries to develop this web based listing of collections and resources at WSU that relate to American Indian Tribes.

American Indian Studies
American Indian Studies offers both a minor and certificate in American Indian Studies.  Reflecting a variety of specializations, courses in the American Indian Studies program are drawn from the departments of Anthropology, Comparative Ethnic Studies, History, Music, and Fine Arts.

Center for Mestizo and Indigenous Research and Engagement
The Pacific Northwest Center for Mestizo and Indigenous Research and Engagement focuses on the generation, transmission, and application of knowledge to serve the needs of Latino/Mestizo and Native/Indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest.

Clearinghouse for Native Teaching & Learning
The Clearinghouse on Native Teaching and Learning's mission is to identify effective curriculum resources, high-quality professional development materials and disseminate useful information and products to improve PreK-12 teaching and learning for American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Museum of Anthropology
The Museum of Anthropology at Washington State University rehabilitates and curates archaeological and ethnographic collections. The Museum also houses a collection of objects representative of the culture of Native American tribes in the Inland Northwest since contact with Europeans.

Native American Culture House
The Native American Culture House is an historic home acquired by WSU in 2007, to be used as a place for gathering, learning, and building community. It plays host to many events for the WSU Native community.
Native American Programs, PO Box 641046, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1046, 509-335-8618, Contact Us