Music, interviews, accounts, language lexicons, maps, treaties, and more – the images below are just a tiny portion of hundreds of resources dealing with the Iroquois and, more specifically, the Seneca, Tuscarora, and other local native peoples, in Milne’s Special Collections. The Special Collection page provides an overview, hours, access and borrowing information, and links to finding aids for each collection, as well as an easy way to schedule in-depth research assistance with the Special Collections librarian.
Maybe you’ll just want to browse the shelves in the “Glass Cases” of the Special Collections on the lower level! Either way, a library staff member will unlock the room for you and let you browse, select, and read to your heart’s content. For digging deeper into the collection, or for going beyond Milne, use the indexes and other sources listed in the Local History LibGuide.