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This sections contains e-Books on topics such as: tribal ethnography, biographies, Aboriginal crafts and customs, history, and more
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Overview of Aboriginal Non-Fiction

The links on this page are PDF versions of classic non-fiction works primarily focused on the historical, ethnographical, and anthropological disciplines which are now in the public domain with full text made available by Project Gutenberg. Aboriginal peoples represented in these selected works are primarily within North America (Canada and the U.S.). Note: only text is reproduced. Any accompanying illustrations published in previous editions are not included and does not include the original pagination. To find a brief summary of each book, hover your mouse over the individual links.

Note that most of these books were written and published prior to 1923. Some were written by Indigenous people and others were written by settlers of European ancestry told on behalf of the Indigenous peoples they were chronicling. As these works were products of their time, they may contain language or depictions of Indigenous people that are antiquated by today's standards. As always, read with a critical mind.

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