Tell people where you are located and what you have to offer in order to assist them with the search for their heritage.

One Reference Librarian's review states, "Jeff Bowen's works are an indispensable resource in the field of Native American genealogy. He has painstakingly transcribed various difficult to locate sources into convenient, accessible volumes for genealogists to easily access. The volumes of his works are must haves for any library's genealogy collection, and offer an incredible wealth of knowledge to patrons seeking to discover their Native American ancestry."

Heard Museum
​Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives
2301 North Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1323
Monday to Saturday:
9:30 am - 5 pm
11 am - 5 pm

Sarah A. V. Kirby
Genealogy and Archives Librarian
B. Joan Keefer Genealogy and
​Local History Center
Huntington City Township Public Library

255 West Park Dr.
Huntington, IN 46750

We have resources related to the members of the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana, especially the places and families who live/lived in or near the area now called Huntington County, Indiana, such as Chief John Baptiste de Richardville and Kil-so-quah (granddaughter of Chief Little Turtle).


Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library
7 Spruce Street
Gallipolis, OH 45631

Monday thru Friday:
9 am - 8 pm
9 am - 5 pm
1 pm - 5 pm



​Waco McLennan County Library -
Genealogy Center
5301 Bosque Blvd. Suite 275
Waco, TX USA 76710
See website for current hours

The Waco McLennan County Library's Genealogy Center has a collection that covers 32 states, heavily focused on Texas, the Mid-States, and the Southeastern United States. This includes a section specifically dedicated to Native American resources including all of Jeff Bowen's publications, transcriptions of the Chickasaw and Choctaw National records, and number of Native American enumerations. Our number one resource, is our staff and volunteers who provide excellent knowledge and research assistance to our library patrons. Give us a call!