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E 11-29 - America: General

E11-E29 are reserved for works that are actually comprehensive in scope. A book on travel would only occasionally be classified here; the numbers for the United States, Spanish America, etc., would usually accommodate all works, the choice being determined by the main country or region covered

Call Number Subject
E 11-12 Periodicals. Societies. Collections
E 16-18.85 History
- E 16 - Historiography
- E 18 - General works
Including comprehensive works on America
- E 18.82-18.85 - By period
- - E 18.82 - - 1492-1810
See E101+ Discovery & exploration of America
See E141+ Earliest accounts of America to 1810
E 20 Social life & customs. Civilization. Intellectual life
E 27-27.5 Description & travel. Views
- E 27 - 1811-1950
E 29 Elements in the population
- E 29.A1 - General works
- E 29.A2-Z - Individual elements, A-Z
- - E 29.F8 - - French
- - E 29.J5 - - Jews
- - E 29.N3 - - Negroes. Blacks

E 31-49.2 - North America

The numbers "E31-46" like "E11-29" are to be assigned to works actually comprehensive in scope; for example, a book dealing  principally with British America with a few pages at the end on  the United States would be classed in F1001-F1035,  regardless of title. Most works having United States in the title  relate so largely to this country that they are classed in E151-E839

Call Number Subject
E 35 Dictionaries. Gazetteers. Geographic names
E 38 General works
E 40 Social life & customs. Civilization. Intellectual life
E 40.5 Geography
E 41 Description & travel. Guidebooks
E 45-46.5 History
- E 46.5 - Military history
E 49-49.2 Elements in the population
- E 49.2.A-Z - Individual elements, A-Z

E 51-74 - Pre-Columbian America. The Indians

Call Number Subject
E 51-54 Periodicals. Societies. Collections
E 54.5 Dictionaries. Directories. Guides to tribes
E 56 Museums. Exhibitions
E 57 Theory. Methods of investigation
E 58 General works
E 59.A-Z Topics, A-Z
See also E98.A-Z
- E 59.A35 - Agriculture
- E 59.A67 - Architecture
- E 59.A68 - Arms & armor. Weapons
- E 59.A7 - Art
- E 59.B3 - Baskets
- E 59.C25 - Cartography
- E 59.D58 - Diseases
- E 59.E3 - Economic conditions
- E 59.E75 - Ethnic identity
- E 59.F53 - First contact with Europeans
- E 59.F63 - Food
- E 59.G6 - Government relations
- E 59.M58 - Migrations
- E 59.M66 - Mixed descent
- E 59.P42 - Petroglyphs. Rock paintings
- E 59.P75 - Population
- E 59.P89 - Public opinion. Popular attitudes toward Indians
- E 59.R38 - Religion. Mythology
- E 59.W8 - Women
- E 59.W9 - Writing. Picture writing
E 61 Archaeology of the Americans. Origin of the Indians in general
E 65 Latin America (General)
For special, class in local history, usually under the country
For Spanish treatment of the Indians see F1411
E 71-74 North America (north of Mexico)
- E 71 - General works
For works on Indians only see E77+
- E 73-74 - Mound builders. Mounds
For mounds in a particular state, province or region see E78.A+
- - E 74.A-Z - - By state, province, or region, A-Z
- - - E 74.F6 - - - Florida

E 75-98 - Indians of North America

Call Number Subject
E 75 Periodicals. Societies. Collections
E 76.2 Dictionaries. Directories. Guides to tribes
E 76.4-76.45 Biography of Indianists
E 76.6-76.7 Study & teaching
E 76.8 Historiography
E 76.85-76.86 Museums. Exhibitions
E 77-77.6 General works
- E 77 - Comprehensive works
- E 77.2 - Addresses, essays, lectures
- E 77.4 - Juvenile works
- E 77.5 - Pictorial works
E77.8-77.94 Archaeology
E 78.A-Z By state, province or region, A-Z
- E 78.A28 - Alabama
- E 78.A3 - Alaska
- E 78.A34 - Alberta
- E 78.A7 - Arizona
- E 78.B9 - British Columbia
- E 78.C15 - California
- E 78.C2 - Canada (General)
Including the Canadian Northwest
- E 78.C6 - Colorado
- E 78.C63 - Columbia Plateau
- E 78.C64 - Columbia River Valley
- E 78.C7 - Connecticut
- E 78.E2 - Eastern North America. Woodlands
- E 78.F6 - Florida
- E 78.G3 - Georgia
- E 78.G67 - Great Basin
- E 78.G7 - Great Lakes
- E 78.G73 - Great Plains
- E 78.I3 - Illinois
- E 78.I5 - Indian Territory
Including the five civilized tribes before 1907
For the five civilized tribes after 1907 see E78.O45
- E 78.I53 - Indiana
- E 78.K16 - Kansas
- E 78.K3 - Kentucky
- E 78.L8 - Louisiana
- E 78.M4 - Massachusetts
- E 78.M6 - Michigan
- E 78.M7 - Minnesota
- E 78.M73 - Mississippi
- E 78.M75 - Mississippi Valley
- E 78.M8 - Missouri
- E 78.M82 - Missouri Valley
- E 78.M9 - Montana
- E 78.N3 - Nebraska
- E 78.N4 - Nevada
- E 78.N5 - New England
- E 78.N65 - New Mexico
- E 78.N7 - New York
- E 78.N74 - North Carolina
- E 78.N77 - Northwest (Pacific)
- E 78.N78 - Northwest coast of North America
- E 78.O3 - Ohio
- E 78.O4 - Ohio Valley
- E 78.O45 - Oklahoma
Including the five civilized tribes after 1907
- E 78.O5 - Ontario
- E 78.O6 - Oregon
- E 78.P4 - Pennsylvania
- E 78.S65 - Southern States
- E 78.S7 - Southwest, New
- E 78.T3 - Tennessee
- E 78.T4 - Texas
- E 78.U55 - Utah
- E 78.V7 - Virginia
- E 78.W3 - Washington (State)
- E 78.W5 - The West
- E 78.W8 - Wisconsin
- E 78.W95 - Wyoming
E 81-83 Indian wars
- E 82 - Wars of the colonial period (General)
- E 83 - Individual wars
Arranged chronologically
- - E 83.63 - - Pequot War, 1636-1638
- - E 83.67 - - King Philip's War, 1675-1676
- - E 83.76 - - Pontiac's Conspiracy, 1763-1765
- - E 83.775 - - Indian Wars, 1775-1783
- - E 83.79-.794 - - Northwestern Indian wars (Ohio Valley), 1790-1795
- - E 83.812-.813 - - Indian Wars, 1812-1815
- - - E 83.813 - - - First Creek War, 1813-1814
- - E 83.817 - - First Seminole War, 1817-1818
- - E 83.83 - - Black Hawk War, 1832
- - E 83.835 - - Second Seminole War, 1835-1842
- - E 83.84 - - Pacific Northwest Indian wars, 1847-1865
- - E 83.86 - - Dakota Indian 0r Sioux War, 1862-1865
- - E 83.863 - - Indian wars, 1862-1865
- - E 83.866-.895 - - Indian wars, 1866-1898
- - - E 83.869 - - - Washita Campaign, 1868-1869
- - - E 83.87 - - - Modoc War, 1872-1873
- - - E 83.875 - - - Red River War, 1874-1875
- - - E 83.876 - - - Black Hills or Dakota Indian or Great Sioux War, 1876-1877
- - - E 83.877 - - - Nez Percé War, 1877
- - - E 83.879 - - - Ute War, 1879
- - - E 83.88 - - - Apache War, 1882-1886
- - - E 83.89 - - - Dakota Indian or Sioux War, 1890-1891. Messiah War
E 85-87 Captivities
Including adventures & experiences of those taken captive by the Indians
E 89-90 Biography
- E 89.5 - Individual & collective biography as a literary form
- E 90.A-Z - Individual, A-Z
E 91-95 Government relations
- E 92 - Canada
- E 93 - United States
E 96-97.65 Education
- E 96.2-96.65 - Canada
- E 97-97.65 - United States
- - E 97.5-97.6 - - Indian schools
- - - E 97.55 - - - Tribal colleges. Indian community colleges
- - - E 97.6.A-Z - - - Individual schools. By name, A-Z
- - E 97.65.A-Z - - By region or state, A-Z
E 97.8 Indian libraries. Library service to Indians
E 98.A-Z Other topics, A-Z
- E 98.A3 - Agriculture
- E 98.A55 - Anthropometry
- E 98.A63 - Architecture
- E 98.A65 - Arms & armor. Weapons
- E 98.A7 - Art
- E 98.B3 - Baskets
- E 98.C3 - Census
- E 98.C5 - Children
- E 98.C7 - Commerce
- E 98.C8 - Costume. Adornment
- E 98.C87 - Crime. Police
- E 98.C89 - Cultural assimilation
- E 98.D2 - Dance
- E 98.D9 - Dwellings. Furniture
- E 98.E2 - Economic conditions
- E 98.E85 - Ethnic identity
- E 98.F39 - First contact with Europeans
- E 98.F6 - Folklore. Legends
- E 98.G18 - Gambling
Including gambling on Indian reservations
- E 98.G2 - Games. Recreation. Sports
- E 98.L3 - Land tenure
- E 98.L7 - Liquor use. Alcohol use
- E 98.M34 - Material culture
- E 98.M4 - Medicine. Medicine men
- E 98.M6 - Missions (General)
Including biography of missionaries
For Jesuit missions in New France see F1030.7+
- E 98.M63 - Mixed descent
- E 98.N2 - Names
- E 98.O7 - Oratory. Speeches, addresses, etc.
- E 98.P23 - Painting
- E 98.P5 - Philosophy
- E 98.P74 - Poetry
For poetry by Indians in non-Indian languages, see PR, PS, etc.
For poetry in Indian languages see PM 151+
- E 98.P76 - Population
- E 98.P8 - Pottery
- E 98.P86 - Powwows
- E 98.P95 - Psychology
- E 98.P99 - Public opinion about Indians. Popular attitudes toward Indians
- E 98.R28 - Relations with African Americans
- E 98.R3 - Religion. Mythology
Including creation, future life, katcinas, occultism, revivalism,
rites & ceremonies, shamanism, etc.
- E 98.R4 - Removal
- E 98.S48 - Sexual behavior
Including homosexuality
- E 98.S5 - Sign language
- E 98.S6 - Slavery
- E 98.S67 - Social conditions
- E 98.S7 - Social life & customs
- E 98.T35 - Textile fabrics. Weaving
Including blankets, rugs, etc.
- E 98.T6 - Tobacco pipes. Smoking
- E 98.T65 - Totems
Including totem poles
- E 98.T7 - Trails
- E 98.T77 - Tribal government. Politics & government
- E 98.U72 - Urban residence
- E 98.W2 - Warfare. Scalping
- E 98.W8 - Women

E 99 - Tribes & cultures, A-Z

Call Number Subject
E 99.A13 Abnaki. Abenaki
E 99.A16 Acoma
E 99.A34 Aleuts
E 99.A35 Algonquian
E 99.A4 Alibamu
  Anasazi culture
See E99.P9
E 99.A6 Apache
E 99.A62 Apalachee
E 99.A7 Arapaho
E 99.A84 Assiniboin
E 99.A86 Athapascan
E 99.A87 Atsina. Gros Ventre (Montana)
E 99.B37 Basket-Maker
E 99.B8 Brulé
E 99.C12 Caddo
E 99.C18 Calusa
E 99.C24 Catawba
E 99.C37 Chaco culture
E 99.C5 Cherokee
E 99.C53 Cheyenne
E 99.C55 Chickasaw
E 99.C6 Chippewa
E 99.C68 Chiricahua
E 99.C8 Choctaw
E 99.C815 Chumash. Chumashan
E 99.C832 Clovis culture
E 99.C85 Comanche
E 99.C88 Cree
E 99.C9 Creek
E 99.C91 Croatan. Lumbee
E 99.C92 Crow
E 99.D1 Dakota. Sioux
E 99.D2 Delaware
E 99.E7 Eskimos
Including Inuit
  Five civilized tribes
See E78.I5; E99.C5; E99.C55; E99.C8; E99.C9; E99.S28
E 99.F7 Fox
E 99.H2 Haida
E 99.H68 Hohokam culture
E 99.H69 Hopewell culture
E 99.H7 Hopi
E 99.H75 Hualapai
E 99.H9 Huron
Including Wyandot Indians
  Inuit
See E99.E7
E 99.I7 Iroquois
E 99.K5 Kiowa
E 99.K9 Kwakiuti
  Lakes Indians
See E99.S546
  Lakota
See E99.T34
  Lumbee
See E99.C91
E 99.M2 Mandan
E 99.M433 Mayas
See also F1435+ Central America
See also F1445+ British Honduras
See also F1465+ Guatemala
E 99.M44 Menominee
E 99.M47 Métis
E 99.M6 Micmac
E 99.M615 Mikasuki
E 99.M6815 Mississippian culture
E 99.M76 Mogolion culture
Including Mimbres culture
E 99.M8 Mohawk
E 99.M83 Mohegan
E 99.N3 Navajo
E 99.N5 Nez Percé
E 99.O3 Oglala
  Ojibwa
See E99.C6
E 99.O4 Omaha
E 99.O45 Oneida
E 99.O8 Osage
E 99.P2 Paiute
E 99.P25 Papago. Tohono O'Odham
E 99.P3 Pawnee
E 99.P53 Pequot
  Piscataway
See E99.C873
  Plains Indians
See E78.G73
E 99.P85 Powhatan
Including Pocahontas
E 99.P9 Pueblo
Including Anasazi culture & cliff dwellings
E 99.S2 Salish
E 99.S21 Salishan
Including Coast Salish & Puget Sound Salish
E 99.S28 Seminole
E 99.S3 Seneca
E 99.S35 Shawnee
E 99.S4 Shoshoni
E 99.S54 Siksika
  Sioux
See E99.D1
E 99.T325 Tequesta
E 99.T34 Teton. Lakota
E 99.T35 Tewa
E 99.T55 Timucua
E 99.T6 Tlingit
E 99.U8 Ute
E 99.W7 Winnebago
E 99.Y3 Yaqui
See also F1221.Y3
E 99.Z9 Zuñi

E 101-139 - Discovery of America & early explorations

Call Number Subject
E 101 General works
E 103-109 Pre-Columbian period
- E 103 - General works
- E 105-109 - Special
- - E 105 - - Norse. Vinland
Including biography of Leiv Eiriksson, Kensington rune stone
For Greenland see G725+
- - E 109.A-Z - - Other, A-Z
- - - E 109.A35 - - - African
- - - E 109.W4 - - - Welsh
E 111-120 Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo)
- E 111 - General works
Including biography
- E 112 - Special
Including autographs, birthplace, canonization, celebrations, coat of arms,
education, friends, iconography, landfall, language, marriage, monuments,
name, relics, ships, tomb
For bibliography of Columbus see Z8187
- E 114-117 - Writings of Columbus
- E 118 - Voyages. Journal of Columbus
E 121-135 Post-Columbian period. El Dorado
- E 121 - General works
- E 123-125 - Spanish & Portuguese
- - E 123 - - General works
See also E141+ Descriptive accounts of America before 1607
See also F314 Spanish settlement in Florida before 1821
See also F1230 Spanish settlement in Mexico before 1810
See also F1411 History of Spanish America before 1600
See also F3442 Spanish settlement in Peru before 1820
- - E 125.A-Z - - Individual explorers, A-Z
- - - E 125.C4 - - - Casas, Bartolomé de las
- - - E 125.N9 - - - Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar
- - - E 125.P7 - - - Ponce de León, Juan
- - - E 125.S7 - - - Soto, Hernando de
- - - E 125.V3 - - - Vázquez de Coronado, Francisco
- - - E 125.V5-V6 - - - Vespucci, Amerigo
- E 127-129 - English
- - E 127 - - General works
- - E 129.A-Z - - Individual explorers, A-Z
- - - E 129.C1 - - - Cabot, John and Sebastian
- - - E 129.D7 - - - Drake, Sir Francis
See also G420.D7 Voyage of circumnavigation
- - - E 129.H8 - - - Hudson, Henry
See also F127.H8 Hudson
- - - E 129.R2 - - - Raleigh, Sir Walter
See also DA86.22.R2 Biography
See also F229 Raleigh's Roanoke colonies, 1584-1590
- E 131-133 - French
- E 135.A-Z - Other

E 141-143 - Descriptive accounts of America. Earliest to 1810

Call Number Subject
E 141 Earliest to 1606
Including 16th century travels
See also E101+ Discoveries
See also F1411 History of Latin America to 1600
E 143 1607-1810. Latin America
For English colonies see E162
For New France, 1603-1763 see F1030
For Latin America since 1810 see F1409