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Preferred Vendors: Publishers and Book Distributors

Adam Matthew Digital
Adam Matthew Digital publishes unique primary sources from archives around the world. We believe that at the heart of education is the freedom to think critically. We reimagine primary sources, to empower current and future generations to challenge, analyse and debate. Our award-winning collections span the humanities and social sciences, from medieval manuscripts to 20th century global politics. We enhance our content through the innovative use of technology, inspired by the unique nature of the material we work with.
Visit our website for details on our latest collection: American Indian Newspapers. This digital primary source collection presents the publications of a range of communities, with an extensive list of periodicals produced in the United States and British Columbia, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Nevada and Oklahoma, from 1828 to 2016. Representing a huge variety in style, production and audience, the newspapers include national periodicals as well as local community news and student publications. American Indian Newspapers provides exciting research opportunities into a range of subjects from an Indigenous perspective, including the civil rights era and American Indian Movement (AIM), education, environmentalism, land rights and cultural representation.

Christopher Cardozo Fine Art
Edward Curtis and his 10,000 Native collaborators /co-creators produced an extraordinary and unique record of Native American culture and history at the turn of last century. Christopher Cardozo Fine Art and a team of over a dozen artisans have invested nearly four years and 40,000 hours in recreating Curtis’ iconic publication The North American Indian. Each Set of our Republication contains 2,500,000 words of ethnographic text, 2,234 photographs, extensive transcription of Native language and music and other important cultural information often found nowhere else. Content in the Republication is identical to Curtis’ original. Cardozo Fine Art owns the world’s most comprehensive archive of Edward Curtis material, please contact us for more information.

Great Oak Press
Pechanga established Great Oak Press in order to provide an avenue by which Native voices and topics of significance and of importance to Native Americans could find their way into the contemporary discourse and become both a growing and permanent part of recorded knowledge.
As a publisher of scholarly and academic books, Pechanga's Great Oak Press is dedicated to working with the leading experts and also the up and coming experts in a wide range of fields, ranging from the arts to the sciences and from history to languages. Our focus, though broad in topics, is finely centered on publishing works of great importance that preserve and expand knowledge as well as encourage creative thought and intellectual exploration.
For a complete list of publications and online book orders, please visit our website at For inquiries and acquisitions, email or

Minnesota Historical Society Press
The Minnesota Historical Society Press is a leading publisher of the history and culture of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. The Press advances research, supports education, serves the local community, and expands the reputation of the MNHS through the publication of books and e-products, the Minnesota History journal, and the free, digital encyclopedia, MNopedia.

National Museum of the American Indian Publications
The publishing program of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) seeks to augment awareness of Native American beliefs and lifeways, and to educate the public about the history and significance of Native cultures. The museum’s widely acclaimed publications have been distinguished by their successful synthesis of Native perspectives, first-rate scholarship, and compelling design. To learn more about our books, recordings, DVDs, and specialty print products, visit our online Bookshop at