The Labriola National American Indian Data Center was officially dedicated on April 1, 1993. The Center was made possible by the vision of Frank and Mary Labriola, whose generous endowment gift supports its work. It is their wish that "the Labriola Center be a source of education and pride for all Native Americans."
The Labriola National American Indian Data Center, part of the ASU Libraries, is a research collection international in scope that brings together in one location current and historic information on government, culture, religion and world view, social life and customs, tribal history, and information on individuals from the United States, Canada, Sonora, and Chihuahua, Mexico.
The Labriola Center is located on the second floor of Hayden Library on the Arizona State University Tempe campus.
The Labriola Center provides a facility that responds to the unique issues and needs of its users. Its reference personnel are prepared to research, answer questions, or make referrals to other research centers on all topics dealing with North American Indian Tribes.
View Labriola Center collections, course and subject guides at Labriola LibGuide
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