Historians, like Alice in her Adventures in Wonderland, tend to fall down rabbit holes. At least that’s what it feels like sometimes, getting lost in research into one period or people or historical event. In this episode of the Confluence podcast, we hear from a group of historians musing on their experiences going down rabbit holes in their study of Indigenous history. The conversation was moderated by historian Emily Washines, a member of the Yakama Nation, along with Gonzaga University Native American Studies Director Laurie Arnold and Coll Thrush, Professor of History at the University of British Columbia. This conversation was originally held at the Pacific Northwest History Conference in 2022, at the Confluence Story Circles.