Collection Access Update:
While the museum remains closed to the public through May 11, the Native American Languages Collection remains committed to assisting students, researchers, and donors with their work and inquiries during this time.
Throughout the Spring 2020 semester, we will continue to respond to research requests, provide access to copies of collection files, and accept donations electronically, so please contact us using this form with your questions and we’ll get right back with you right away.
The Native American Languages Collection is comprised of analog and digital print-based materials, audio recordings and video footage relating to the diverse languages of the Americas. Researchers can discover our collections by selecting a title from the menu below or by searching our online database. Information on depositing and accessing collection materials, department services and public programs, making a donation and volunteer and employment opportunities can be found in the menu on the left hand side of this page. Still have questions? Contact us at 405-325-3332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Billy Waters Rice Collection
Breath of Life, Silent No More Collection
Chiwere Language Project Archives Collection
David Rood Collection
Jiwere-Nut’achi Language Program Collection
Robin Dushane Collection
Wichita Hymn Collection by Rev. Marvin Delaware