MISSION STATEMENT: The Colorado River Indian Tribes Library/Archives promotes intellectual freedom, inspires ideas to the community at large, enriches tribal life by satisfying the desire of understanding personal heritage; supports cultural awareness; and advocates the preservation and documentation of the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Navajo, and Hopi cultures for future generations.
All events will be held at the CRIT Library and all community members are welcome to participate
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CRIT LIBRARY LENDING POLICY
*4. In the event books or audios are not returned within fifteen (15) days after the due date, borrowing privileges including computer usage will be automatically suspended until the material (s) is returned or cost of the book/audio is paid. Replacement of book/audio under another title is not acceptable.
Renewals are allowed by telephone.
To read the entire *Lending Policy, click the "New Policies" button located on the left sidebar
Are you interested in conducting research on the Colorado River Indian Reservation?
Please read the CRIT Human Research to find out more information, or download the following.
*Application for Use of
*Application for Research
Student Learning Center™
at the CRIT Library
The Student Learning Center (SLC) from AWE provides
children with a
self-directed, intrinsically motivated learning environment—which has been
proven through scientifically-based research to effectively engage children in
learning activities for extended periods of time. The SLC helps
students learn how to learn and to learn heuristically.
Parents are encouraged to come to the library with their children at and experience a whole new way of learning.
Some programs available are:
The Cat in the Hat
Millie's Math House
My Amazing Human Body
Flash Action Phonics Made Easy
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The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records received federal grants in 2008 and 2010 to participate in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP) to provide public access to selected Arizona newspapers published between 1859 and 1922. The public can browse over 100,00 digitized images in the Arizona Digital Newspaper Program. To visit their website click here.
Online Reference Databases
Read digital issues of your favorite magazines FREE
from the Library
View magazines on your computer or mobile device.Click the image above or here to view the User Guides.
Tribal libraries directory
Library Yearbook Collection
High school yearbooks are available on a walk-in basis. If you would like to donate a academic yearbook please call us or just drop by the library. We currently have Parker High School, Phoenix Indian School, and others.
To browse national yearbooks online go to E-YEARBOOK.COM.
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