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Digital Library of Georgia

The Digital Library of Georgia contains manuscripts, photographs, governmental records, and other documents. Among its resources on Native Americans are fully searchable, digitized issues of the Cherokee Phoenix.

http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu

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Search The Cherokee Phoenix:

http://neptune3.galib.uga.edu/ssp/cgi-bin/ftaccess.cgi?_id=7f000001&dbs=ZLGN

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Southeastern Native American Documents Collection

Located within the Digital Library of Georgia, Southeastern Native American Documents is a collection of 2000 documents and images relating to the Native peoples of what is today the Southeastern United States from the collections of the University of Georgia libraries, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville library, the Frank McClurg Museum, the Tennessee State Museum, and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.

http://www.galileo.usg.edu/express?link=zlna

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The New Georgia Encyclopedia

The New Georgia Encyclopedia, edited by NAS faculty member John Inscoe (and with the participation of other NAS faculty), provides an authoritative source of information about the people, places, events, institutions, and many other topics related to the state.

http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/

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Georgia Museum of Natural History

The Archaeology Laboratory houses over 3 million artifacts and specimens covering 12,000 years of human settlement in Georgia and the southeast. This collection is the most comprehensive in the State and is one of the largest and most important in the Southeast. In addition to artifacts, the collection maintains extensive data files and records, including the largest and most complete archaeological site inventory in the state. The Georgia Archaeological Site Files are associated with this collection.

http://museum.nhm.uga.edu/

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Carl Vinson Institute of Government

The Institute has extensive information related to the history of Georgia, including the indigenous inhabitants, at its website.

http://www.cviog.uga.edu/

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The Invasion of America:  How the English took over an Eighth of the World.

This exciting research tool funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the American Council of Learned Societies was developed by Claudio Saunt. Spearheaded by the Wilson Center for Humanities and Arts and the UGA Libraries' Digital Humanities Initiative, this project exemplifies the potential of the state-of-the-art digital humanities lab and an innovative undergraduate certificate in the digital humanities.

http://invasionofamerica.ehistory.org/ 

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Turtle Goes to War

Turtle Goes to War: Of Military Commissions, the Constitution and American Indian Memory by INAS Director Jace Weaver was originally published in a small limited edited in 2002. The book's original preface and main text are reprinted here. Copyright by Jace Weaver, 2002, 2004. All rights reserved.

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