Note: In academic library catalogues, the most common subject term for finding Aboriginal resources is Indians of North America. While this is a standardized subject term, this terminology does not accurately represent the diversity of Aboriginal culture and its peoples. For a more detailed history of Aboriginal terminology in Canada, see the article "Words First: an evolving terminology relating to Aboriginal Peoples in Canada," written by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada in 2002.
Here are some suggested Subject Headings to use when researching Aboriginal Peoples in Canada at Humber Libraries and beyond.
|Indians of North America--Canada||Native Peoples||Indians of North America--Politics and government|
|Indians of North America--Social life and customs||Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc.--Canada||Indian philosophy--North America|
|Indian Authors--North America||Ojibwa Indians.||Indians, treatment of|