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Utah Tribal Libraries

Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation

Confederated Tribes of the Goshute

Ms. Elvira Murphy, Director
Education Department
P.O. Box 6104
195 Tribal Center Road
Ibapah, UT 84034
435-234-1140
elviriamurphy@goshutetribe.com


Great Seal of the Navajo Nation

Navajo Utah Commission

Clarence Rockwell, Executive Director
P.O. Box 570
Montezuma Creek, UT 84534
435-651-3508


Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation of Utah

Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation

Mrs. Patty Timbimboo-Madsen, Library Coordinator
707 N Main St
Brigham City, UT 84302
435-734-2286 ext 13
ptimbimboo@nwbshoshone.com


Paiute Indian Tribe

Paiute Tribes of Utah

Ms. Jeanine Borchardt
Education Department
440 N Paiute Drive
Cedar City, UT 84721
435-586-1112
jeanine.borchardt@ihs.gov


Skull Valley Band of Goshute

Skull Valley Band of Goshute

Lori Bear
1198 N Main St.
P.O. Box 448
Grantsville, UT 84029
435-882-4872
loribear219@live.com


Ute Indian Tribe Uintah and Ouray Reservation Seal

Ute Indian Tribe

Ronne Wopsock, Director
Education Department
435-725-4096
roneew@utetribe.com

Cheryl Lonebear, Librarian
Uintah River High School Library
P.O. Box 190
Fort Duchesne, UT 84026
435-725-4248
cheryll@utetribe.com

 


Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Seal

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

Griselda Rogers, Director
Education Department

Shannon Grayhair
White Mesa Library
P.O. Box 7096
33 Mesa View Dr.
White Mesa, UT 84511
435-678-3621


For more information contact:

Juan Tomás Lee
Phone Number (800) 662-9150 x56769 (Utah toll-free) or (801) 715-6769
Email address jtlee@utah.gov
 

Tribal Library Resources

2013 Navajo Calendar Poster2013 Calendar Poster & Bookmarks

The Utah State Library Division created a poster and bookmarks to help you promote libraries, life-long education, knowledge, and wisdom.

Proudly display the beautiful calendar poster in your building and add to the bookmarks your library’s address, phone, hours of service or URL to help in your outreach efforts.

Each set of bookmarks contains 4 pieces: (1) Birth, (2) Adolescence, (3) Maturity, and (4) Wisdom. Each stage of life is associated with the growth of knowledge and the role of libraries in it.

If you would like some posters and bookmarks, contact the Library Consultant below.

Project Details

Recommended Titles

Book Sellers

For more information contact:

Juan Tomás Lee
State Data Coordinator
Phone Number (800) 662-9150 x56769 (Utah toll-free) or (801) 715-6769
Email address jtlee@utah.gov
 

Tribal Libraries

Library Outreach

There are 567 federally recognized tribes and villages in the United States. Each tribe or village is its own sovereign nation that holds a relationship with the United States government through treaties. Tribal sovereignty means that policies and laws that impact members of a tribe and their property are made within each tribe’s jurisdiction. The U.S. Department of the Interior houses the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) maintains the government to government relationship between the United States and the 567 Federally Recognized Tribes. To learn more about this relationship and for a list of all 567 federally recognized tribes, see this FAQ, developed by the BIA.

See the American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States map developed by the US Census Bureau.

See the U.S. Census Bureau My Tribal Area data tool to access selected demographic and economic statistics in tribal areas.

Resources:

For more information contact:

Juan Tomás Lee
Phone Number (800) 662-9150 x56769 (Utah toll-free) or (801) 715-6769
Email address jtlee@utah.gov