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Indigenous Resources


Four Faces of the Moon
FIve Little Indians
Working Effectively With Indigenous Peoples
God and the Indian
A Girl Called Echo
Elements of Indigenous Style: A Guide for Writing by and about Indigenous People
Theres' Something in the Water
The Water Walker
Heart Berries
Sixties Scoop
Moon of the Crusted Snow
21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act
Indian Horse
All Our Relations Finding the Path Forward
Talking Back to the Indian Act
Son of a Trickster
Deer Woman
Seven fallen feathers : racism, death, and hard truths in a northern city
Structures of Indifference
Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation
Research is ceremony : indigenous research methods
Strong helpers' teachings : the value of Indigenous knowledges in the helping professions
Go Show the World
Fatty Legs
Determinants of Indigenous Peoples Health
Take Us to Your Chief
No Home  in a Homeland

Indigenous Resources DVDs

Rabbit Proof Fence
The Lesser Blessed
Smoke Signals
Sami Blood
Rumble The Indians Who Rocked the World
Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Reel Injun
Angry Inuk
Native America
Muffins for Granny
Life on the Reserve
Indian Horse
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Atanarjuat Fast Runner
Empire of Dirt
Dance Me Outside
Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

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Aaniin, Sago, Boozhoo, Waachey, Tansi!


We would like to acknowledge that we are in the 1850 Robinson Huron Treaty territory, and the land that we are gathered on is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe people. Library Services acknowledges and affirms our commitment to Indigenous education by providing Indigenous resources and supports for our learning community.



Where to find Indigenous resources

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Our circulating books and videos are found on the 3rd floor.  Most Anishinaabemowin related materials can be found in the PM 1-999 call number range, although additional resources can be found some other areas.

E 51-99 Native peoples-North America
KE 7702-7749 Native peoples-Canada-Law & Legal status
PM 1-999 Native Peoples-Language
PS 153-508 Native peoples - Fiction
PS 8089-8235 Native peoples-Authors
RA 449 Native peoples-Health


Use the subject headings listed below to search the Sault College Library Catalogue for books, e-books, and videos. Library staff are available to help with your search. 


Ron Doyle Library
Sault College
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6B 4J3
(705) 759-2554 ext. 2711

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