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Access Individual Adam Matthew Digital Collections

Click on the links below to access the Adam Matthew resources. Both American West and American Indian Histories and Cultures are cross-searcheable

About American Indian Histories and Cultures Collection

The American Indian Histories and Cultures Collection features a wide range of materials including:

  • Manuscripts (treaties, speeches, petitions, diaries, travel journals, ledger books)

  • Artwork (illustrations, sketches, watercolours, oil paintings, American Indian art)

  • American Indian Newspapers covering the 1960s to 1990s

  • Rare Printed Books

  • Photographs

  • Maps

 

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About the American West Collection

The American West Collection includes 

  • Over 300 manuscripts – ranging from the original manuscript journal and papers of James Audubon, and a twelve page letter of General Custer, to the logbook of a cattle trail driver and the Hinman papers describing the overland trail to California and the Gold Rush.
  • Broadsides – a host of extremely rare or unique ephemeral material including advertisements, claim certificates, cheques, photos, wanted notices and news-sheets – all of which are superb visual resources.
  • Maps – an important and underutilised resource for teaching the American West – partly due to their size and unwieldy nature – partly due to their rarity.
  • Rare printed works – the Graff collection includes many unique or extremely rare items – ranging from extra-illustrated volumes and association copies to city directories and pamphlets and leaflets.

 

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