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"Any serious Native American collection needs this reference."
- Midwest Book Review
Midwest Book Review
"a unique reference that should draw serious attention from academic libraries collecting in this area. Larger public libraries might consider it as well."
- Against the Grain
Against the Grain
"Extraordinary may be overused, but it is the aptest term available to describe this compilation, which belongs in academic and public libraries with clientele interested in Native American matters and is also suited to collections dealing with American studies."
- Library Journal
"This impressive set has a place in any academic library that supports a Native American studies or American history curriculum. It also would be useful in public libraries where patrons are interested in the subject. It is the most comprehensive source of information on Canadian-Indian treaties and U.S.-Indian treaties."
"Highly recommended. Lower- and upper-level undergraduates; general readers."
"…highly recommended for all undergraduate and school libraries, and public libraries serving interested readers and researchers."
- Reference & User Services Quarterly
Reference & User Services Quarterly
"The three-volume reference set may initially look like it is a source intended for academic libraries or specialized libraries. I think that a closer look will show it belongs in all high school library media centers as well as middle school and upper elementary schools library media centers where students research native peoples, the states, or American history. Students should not have to wait until they are in college to learn about American government treaties and treatment of Native peoples. . . . An approach undertaken without this comprehensive tool would deny students access to the rich collection of information about treaties with American Indians."