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ASU Open Access Scholarship

ASU Open Access Scholarship

The ASU Scholarship Showcase contains open access, scholarly materials from ASU authors – free and unrestricted. Read more at the Open Access Resources Libguide.

Chicano/a Research Collection Films and Videos

Chicano/a Research Collection Films and Videos

El Chicano / a Research Collection es la colección más grande de archivos mexicano-americanos en el estado de Arizona.

The Chicano/a Research Collection is the largest Mexican-American archival collection in the state of Arizona.

Dr. Peterson Zah and Dr. Peter Iverson Interviews

Dr. Peterson Zah and Dr. Peter Iverson Interviews

Dr. Peterson Zah and Dr. Peter Iverson recorded a series of interviews in the Labriola National American Indian Data Center about their book "We Will Secure Our Future: Empowering the Navajo Nation".

McCulloch Brothers Inc. Photographs, 1884-1947

McCulloch Brothers Inc. Photographs, 1884-1947

Commercial photographs showing city scenes, architectural views, building construction, commercial activities, water development projects, landscapes, and agriculture in and around Phoenix, Arizona.