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You can start your research searching the phrase "native american*" to find books about Native American artistis broadly, but the official Library of Congress subject heading is "Indians of North America." I recommend you search using both phrases, using quotation marks to ensure the systems searches by phrase.
Here are some samples of Library of Congress subject headings to keep in mind:
Indians of North America
Indian Art -- United States
Indian Art -- Great Plains
Indian textile fabrics -- North America
Indian Pottery -- North America
Indian Art -- Southwest New
When you find a relevants book in the library catalog, examine the subject headings in the full record to find additional keywords to search.
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Oxford Art Online searches across several Oxford art resources, including Grove Art Online, the standard, scholarly encyclopedic dictionary for art, plus more than 6,000 images. Entries comprise signed essays with bibliographies. Also includes The Oxford Companion to Western Art, the Concise Dictionary of Art Terms, and The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics.