Mezodan Research Library
Under the administration of the Archive and Research Division is the Mezodan [family] Research Library, created to unite the archive and literary collections with the Tribal population and community at-large to facilitate the edification of culture, history and heritage. With more than 7,000 mixed-media resources, the Mezodan Research Library houses and makes accessible one of the most diverse collections of Eastern Woodland American Indian ethnology, language and ethnohistory in both the region and among tribal libraries nationwide. Emphasizing Potawatomi, Neshnabek (Ojibwe; Odawa; Potawatomi) and Algonquin cultures, resources we provide include books, manuscripts, maps, periodicals, audio/video and genealogical material as well as digital access to the holdings of various academic and research institutions.
*Mezodan Research Library is a non-lending library