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1. Use "Indigenous" for original peoples in all areas. In Canada, Indigenous refers to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit collectively. Use First Nations, Métis or Inuit for materials about those groups specifically and individually.Greater Victoria Public Library (GVPL) Interim Subject Headings - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qWWY5549qnS69_LpHEL7_XeiuyrX3onr58I4u3jrj5c/edit#gid=416984343
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2. While there is no standard way to implement these headings in MARC, CRKN has chosen to use 650 with a second indicator 4. Other possibilities are 650 with a second indicator 7 and a $2. Association of Manitoba Archives (AMA) Subject Headings - https://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/c.php?g=455567&p=3278374
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3. Use LCSH "Indian(s)" headings as pattern examples and examples of geographic subdivision.Updated CSH headings related to Indigenous peoples (September update) - https://www.marc21.ca/CSH/index-e.html
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4. Whenever possible, add a geographic subdivision, broad (North America) or narrow (British Columbia--Victoria). Add even if not in original heading (if one can be determined).Indigenous Librarianship (UBC) - https://guides.library.ubc.ca/c.php?g=307208&p=2049510
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5. Yellow highlighted cells need more research. Indigenous resources (CFLA) - http://cfla-fcab.ca/en/indigenous/
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6. Some bible related SH are coded in the 630National Indigenous Knowledge and Language Alliance (NIKLA-ANCLA) - https://www.nikla-ancla.com/
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Indigenous knowledge organizaton (X̱wi7x̱wa Library) - https://xwi7xwa.library.ubc.ca/collections/indigenous-knowledge-organization/
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Needs additional research/community inputWikipedia - Oftentimes, the Wikipedia article will have a list of relevant websites at the bottom of the article in the "External Links" section. These include websites of individual communities, bands, museums, councils, etc. Some are archived web content and some are current.
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Canadian Encyclopedia - The Canadian Encyclopedia often has a further reading section and an external links section that point to up to date websites about individual topics, communities, languages, etc.
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Disclaimers
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*This list is not exhaustive, a work in progress, and is meant to aide cataloguers pursuing work in equity, diversity, and inclusion by removing hamful terminology from library catalogues. The list is a living document and will be updated as language changes and/or an updated national vocabulary is established. If you find anything that you would like to discuss please email me at nmacdonald@crkn.ca
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**Although I have tried my best to double check my work, there are definitely errors in this spreadsheet. If you find anything that you would like to discuss please email me at nmacdonald@crkn.ca
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