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Native American Heritage Month Library Guide

This guide brings awareness to celebrate, and recognize the many contributions made by Native people in the United States—Alaska Natives, American Indians, and Native Hawaiians—along with other Indigenous peoples in our country from across the globe.

Use the Online Library Catalog to Find Books @ Mesa

Use the Online Library Catalog to Find Books @ Mesa
Access and read ebooks online.

If you are looking for a specific book title ... or if you need to track down books on a particular subject for a research project, search the online Library Catalog

Our collection includes both electronic books that you can access and read online 24/7, and print books that you can borrow from our library (when it is open) to read at home.

You will need the actual ID card to check out print books from the library, and you will use your ID# to log on to e-books. Note that you are also eligible to request print books from the City and Miramar campuses.

We have created a short video that will walk you through finding a physical and electronic book using our One Search Tool just click here to have a look. 

Suggested Native American Heritage Books & eBooks

Suggested  eBooks

You can access the Mesa College Library eBooks from any computer.  For eBooks in your area of interest, search the catalog above.  Check out this sample of a few eBooks that are available from the library to get you started:  

Suggested Books in Print 

The Mesa College Library has a large collection of African American History and Black experiences in print which are located on the 3rd floor.   Please check out this sample of a few print books that you can check out from the library through the library's  contactless service  to get you started: