Answered By: Professor Janet Ward, MLIS
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2016     Views: 23

To address your research topic, you need to search our library research databases. Start at the library homepage at, and click on the Research Databases link (center of page). The databases are listed A-Z (see tabs at the top), or you can begin searching all the databases by using the search box in the center of the page.  You will want to make certain the Full Text box is checked, and you may also want to check the box for Peer Reviewed if you need scholarly articles. 

You can also search individual databases such as Academic Search Complete, Academic Search Alumni Edition, Art Full Text, and Humanities Full Text. Select the appropriate alphabetical tab on the Research Databases page to choose individual databases. 

We also have a large collection of e-books that you may want to search. From the library homepage, select the Find Electonic Books link. Search Ebsco e-books or ebrary. 

Suggested search terms you may want to try in addition to "Pueblo Indians" could include:

Pueblo Indians AND United States

Pueblo Indians AND New Mexico

Pueblo Indians AND architecture OR arts

Pueblo Indians AND southwestern states AND social classes

Pueblo Indians AND government relations

Your search terms will depend upon what aspect of Pueblo Indians you want to research. You can combine multiple search terms by including the Boolean terms AND, OR, NOT as shown above. 

Also, I would recommend that you also view our Library Guides Browse by Subject area to locate a course guide for your class, such as ID 201, or EN 102, etc.   The guide for your course will list subject relevant library resources.

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