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Veda W. Stone American Indian Reference Collection, 1940-1995, Part 1

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Veda W. Stone American Indian Reference Collection, 1940-1995

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Part 1 (Eau Claire Mss AP, Eau Claire Micro 11, Eau Claire Tape 1, Micro 723, Audio 735A, River Falls Mss BL): Original Collection, 19451976

Physical Description: 20.4 c.f (44 archives boxes), 7 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 4 tape recordings

Scope and Content Note
The papers in the collection are comprised of a variety of materials dealing with American Indians and related topics, in particular with Indians of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Evidence of both Mrs. Stone's activities as a social worker and community services consultant, and of her interests in children, youth, and education, is to be found in her papers. The emphasis of the collection is on education and health and social services topics. Also, her leadership and participation in conferences and meetings, government projects on all levels, and university programs to encourage and aid Indian high school and college students can be seen. Most of the collection is in the form of printed reference material and articles, including a large series of publications (newspapers and magazines) written for, by, and about Indians. Few truly personal papers are present.

The collection is organized into these categories:

Personal Papers, Government Agencies, Organizations, Conferences, Education Reference File, Publications, and Reference Files. A small quantity of additional material of Mrs. Stone's which was presented in 1971 via the University of Wisconsin-River Falls is housed at the Area Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. A listing of that material is at the beginning of the contents list. Mrs. Stone's interest in Indian affairs ranged far beyond her official duties, as the series of PERSONAL PAPERS shows. Her address books and mailing lists include one major list of several hundred individuals and organizations concerned about the American Indian. Although some gaps exist in her file of engagement calendars, they document such activities as her attendance at conferences and organizational meetings, and talks which she gave before other groups. The news clippings deal predominantly with Mrs. Stone's career, the honors and awards conferred upon her, and publicity about her work with various Indian organizations. The list of speeches is incomplete and contains only a portion of those speeches which Mrs. Stone gave in an official capacity, on behalf of the Division of Family Services. Speeches and publications files contain the text of a number of Mrs. Stone's talks, but in varying format, ranging from typescript copy to jottings on notecards.

The GOVERNMENT AGENCIES series has been divided into Federal and State headings, both of which are arranged alphabetically by agency title. Prominent under the federal heading are grant proposals, correspondence, memoranda, and reports which describe the given agencies' programs as they relate to American Indian needs. Mrs. Stone's role in some of these programs is unclear. In others, such as VISTA programs, it is evident that she participated actively in planning and training sessions. Much of the state heading consists of files created by the Division for Children and Youth and its successor, the Division of Family Services.

Correspondence, memoranda, case files, and various program files document Mrs. Stone's day-to-day activities in those divisions.

Material in the ORGANIZATIONS series has been arranged alphabetically by title of organization. Although Mrs. Stone maintained membership in many groups, it appears that she was on the mailing list of a number of additional groups. In the latter cases, files often are limited to promotional literature and requests for funds. As might be expected, materials are more substantial for those organizations in which Mrs. Stone assumed an important role. The files of the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal

Conference (later the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc.), which she helped found, are by far the most voluminous in the series. Minutes and related materials from GLITC meetings also contain informational material prepared in connection with the agenda for given meetings, incoming and outgoing correspondence, memoranda, grant proposals, program reports, and mailing lists. Also prominent among the records of this organization are files of the education committee, and various programs such as alcoholism treatment, community action, human development, nurse recruitment, and youth development.

The series entitled CONFERENCES contains papers from those meetings which Mrs. Stone attended as well as preliminary materials, such as schedules of events and speakers from gatherings which she did not attend. Documents from conferences include timetables; schedules; agenda; copies of proceedings, speeches, and publications; correspondence; and handwritten notes from sessions. From those conferences which Mrs. Stone helped organize, additional materials are present, including reports from planning meetings, lists of invitees, correspondence with speakers, financial files, and participants' post-conference evaluations. The series is arranged alphabetically by conference title.

Materials present in the EDUCATION REFERENCE FILE have been divided into two segments: those dealing with the broad topic of Indian education, which have been further divided into general and school-related headings; and student files. The general Indian education section contains reference material, correspondence, publications and reprints, reports, and notes pertaining generally to Indian education, and of interest to Mrs. Stone in preparation of speeches and new programs. Items have been arranged alphabetically by subject or topic. The school-related heading includes material relating specifically to Wisconsin and national grade and high schools, and colleges which offer American Indian programs, or accepted only Indian students.

Most of the files deal with the Wisconsin State Universities and University of Wisconsin systems and with Wisconsin grade and high schools, and contain correspondence, reports, minutes, and notes. Present in this heading are the records of Mrs. Stone's work with Indian education programs in the universities, recruitment of Indian high school graduates, and the records of WDIEO, Upward Bound, Pride, and PEP programs. This group of materials is also arranged alphabetically, by name of school. The student files, which are restricted and available only by prior arrangement, contain folders of information about individual college and vocational students, almost all of whom attended school in Wisconsin. These files include correspondence and memos, transcripts and school records, financial aid information, photographs, and other personal data.

The PUBLICATIONS series contains published periodicals, including newspapers, and near-print documents such as newsletters, which were either published by Indian groups and organizations, or are devoted to Indian life, concerns, and conditions. Both American and Canadian publications are represented, with local and regional imprints predominating. Most of the publications date from the 1960s and early 1970s, although the files are somewhat fragmentary. Also included in this series, which has been microfilmed for preservation purposes, is a bibliography of Wisconsin authors, 1836-1937, with personal annotations; and a reference publication from the Office of Economic Opportunity.

A variety of subjects are to be found within the REFERENCE FILES. Most of the material is printed or copied, and includes news releases, government documents, essays and theses, and typescript items. Correspondence is also included in many folders. The documents, essays and theses, and typescript items. Correspondence is also included in many folders. The bibliographies and reading lists section contains useful information for further research on American Indians. Items are filed alphabetically by subject, name of individual or tribe, or title of publication or article. Where a particular tribe or individual could be clearly identified, the file was given a specific, rather than general, title.

River Falls Mss BL

Series: Papers at River Falls, 1962-1969

Box 1 Folder 1

Wisconsin Indian Leadership Conference, 1963, 19651967

Wisconsin Indian Summer Project

Box 1 Folder 2

Reports, 1962-1965

Box 1 Folder 3

Resource packet, 1965

Box 1 Folder 4

Harkins - Woods report, 1969

Eau Claire Mss AP

Series: Personal Papers

Correspondence

Box 1 Folder 1-4

1946, 1960-1973

Box 1 Folder 5

Taylor, Walter, 1959-1969

Box 1 Folder 6

Address books and mailing lists, undated

Box 1 Folder 7

Adoption by Bad River Band of Chippewa Indians, 1961, 1971

Box 1 Folder 8

Appreciation dinner, 1970 October 1

Box 1 Folder 9

Class of 1943 (Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire), Alumni Fund Drive, 1967-1969

Box 2 Folder 1-2

Engagement calendars, 1969-1972

Box 2 Folder 3

News clippings, circa 1946-1974

Box 2 Folder 4

Speeches--list, 1959-1963, 1970

Speeches and publications

Box 2 Folder 5

“The American Indian in Today's World...,” 1966 February

Box 2 Folder 6

“Child Abuse,” 1967 April 4

Box 2 Folder 7

“The Development of Identity and Pride in the Indian Child,” undated

Box 2 Folder 8

“Individual Fulfillment in a Changing World,” 1960

Box 2 Folder 9

“The Inter-Agency Committee,” 1964 March 19

Box 2 Folder 10

“Kadushin,” 1962 May 24

Box 2 Folder 11

“Problems and Goals of Wisconsin Indians,” 1963

Box 2 Folder 12

“Responsibility of Education in the Nurturing of Creativity,” 1966 October

Box 2 Folder 13

“Wisconsin Indians--1966-67,” 1967 January

Box 2 Folder 14

“Wisconsin Indians--1968,” 1968 October 2

Box 2 Folder 15

“Wisconsin Indians: Then and Today,” undated

Box 2 Folder 16

“Wisconsin Indians Yesterday and Ladysmith Public Schools--Today,” 1967-1968

Box 2 Folder 17

“Wisconsin Indians--Yesterday and Today,” undated

Box 2 Folder 18

“You and Your Future,” undated

Box 2 Folder 19

Miscellany, circa 1964-1969

Box 2 Folder 20

Miscellany, undated

Box 2 Folder 21

Vitae, circa 1968 - circa 1973

Series: Government Agencies

Federal

Box 3

ACTION, 1971

Folder 1

Box 3 Folder 2

Commerce, Dept. of, news releases, 1973

Box 3 Folder 3

U.S. Congress, American Indian-Policy Review Commission, circa 1975

Health, Education and Welfare, Dept. of

Box 3 Folder 4

Children's Bureau, 1969

Box 3 Folder 5

Equal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program, 1970

Box 3 Folder 6

Headstart Program, 1969, 1972

Box 3 Folder 7

Public Health Service, 1962-1964

Box 3 Folder 8

Task Force on Racially-Isolated Urban Indians, 1970

Box 3 Folder 9

Youth and Student Affairs Office, 1969

Interior, Dept. of

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Box 3 Folder 10

1962-1973

Box 3 Folder 11

Employment Assistance Program, 1964

Box 3 Folder 12

Great Lakes Agency, 1958-1971

Box 3 Folder 13

Minneapolis area office, 1965-1970

Box 3 Folder 14

Nomination of Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1966, 1969

Box 3 Folder 15

Publications, 1961-1967

Box 3 Folder 16

Vocational Rehabilitation to Indians, 1966

Box 3 Folder 17

Indian Arts and Crafts Board, undated

Box 3 Folder 18

Task Force on Indian Affairs, 1961

Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO)

Box 3 Folder 19

OEO Digest, undated

VISTA

Box 3 Folder 20

Correspondence, 1966-1969

Box 3 Folder 21

“Have You Heard,” circa 1966

Box 3 Folder 22

Name List, 1966-1969

Box 3 Folder 23

Orientation Meeting, 1965 October 2-3

Box 3 Folder 24

Project Proposal, Wisconsin State University-Superior, 1966

Box 4 Folder 1

Red Cliff, Wisconsin, 1965-1966

Box 4 Folder 2

Training Project, 1966

Box 4 Folder 3

Wisconsin Judicare, 1970-1973

Box 4 Folder 4

Vice President, Office of, National Council on Indian Opportunity, 1970

State

Box 4 Folder 5

Michigan, Michigan Commission on Indian Affairs, 1968

Wisconsin

Dept. of Public Welfare, Division for Children and Youth

Box 4 Folder 6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1961-circa 1970

Box 4 Folder 7

Adoptive applicants, 1958

Box 4 Folder 824

Case files (alphabetical), 1951-1967

Box 4 Folder 25

Chief, Community Service Section, 1960

Box 4 Folder 26

Community planning with county agencies, 1967

Box 4 Folder 27

Community services, 1949-1959

Box 4 Folder 28

Danbury Indian Village, 1961

Box 4 Folder 29

Director, meetings and correspondence, 1966

Box 4 Folder 30

Indian conference materials, 1962

Box 5 Folder 1

Indian Philosophy Committee, 1962-1967

Box 5 Folder 2

Mole Lake Reservation, Descriptive Survey, circa 1963

Box 5 Folder 3

Project PYCA: Participation of Youth in Community Affairs, 1966

Box 5 Folder 4

Race Relations and Human Relations, 1964

Box 5 Folder 5

Timetable Action for Extending Child Welfare Services in Wisconsin, 1964 February

Box 5 Folder 6

Wausau Survey, 1959

Box 5 Folder 7

Wisconsin Indian report, 1960-1961

Box 5 Folder 8

Wisconsin's Plan for the Extension of Child Welfare Services (excerpts), circa 1962

Dept. of Health and Social Services, Division of Family Services

Box 5 Folder 9

Correspondence and memoranda, 1968-1972

Box 5 Folder 10

American Indian Child Placement and Development Program, 1973

Box 5 Folder 1127

Case files (alphabetical), 1967-1971

Box 5

Community services, 1969

Folder 28

Box 5 Folder 29

Exploratory Project on Outcome of Adoption..., 1969

Box 5 Folder 30

Foster Parent Project proposal, circa 1969-1970

Box 6 Folder 1

Home Economics Project with Wisconsin Indians, 1968

Box 6 Folder 2

Indian Child sponsorship, 1968

Box 6 Folder 3

Indian foster children caseload, 1968

Box 6 Folder 4

Indian Philosophy Committee, 1968

Box 6 Folder 5

Indian population in correctional institutions, 1970

Box 6 Folder 6

Indian Relief Program, 1968-1971

Box 6 Folder 7

Indian statistics--foster care, 1969

Box 6 Folder 8

Juvenile Delinquency Program, 1969

Box 6 Folder 9

Relief Program to Needy Indians, circa 1967-1970

Box 6 Folder 10

Wisconsin Demonstration in Indian Educational Opportunity Programs, 1970-1972

Box 6 Folder 11

Commission on Social Action, Sub-Commission on Human Relations, 1969

Box 6 Folder 12

Governor's Commission on Education, 1970

Box 6 Folder 13

Governor's Commission on Human Rights, 1961-1970

Box 6 Folder 14

State Advisory Committee, Sub-Committee on Migrants and Indians, 1971-1972

Box 6 Folder 15

Wisconsin Indian Affairs Commission, 1965-1967

Box 6 Folder 16

Interdepartmental programs and materials, grant application under the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control Act of 1968

Series: Organizations

Box 6 Folder 17

American Friends Service Committee, 1959-1964

Box 6 Folder 18

American Indian Center, Inc., 1962-1967

Box 6 Folder 19

American Indian Child Placement and Development Program, Inc., 1973

Box 6 Folder 20

American Indian Council, Inc. (San Francisco), 1969

Box 6 Folder 21

American Indian Development, Inc., 1961-1968

Box 7 Folder 1

American Indian Information and ACTION Group, Inc., circa 1969

Box 7 Folder 2

American Indian Movement (AIM), 1970-1972

Box 7 Folder 3

American Indian Student Association (University of Minnesota), undated

Box 7 Folder 4

American Indians-United (AI-U), undated

Box 7 Folder 5

Americans for Indian Opportunity, circa 1970

Box 7 Folder 6

Arrow, Inc., undated

Box 7 Folder 7

Association for the Advancement of the American Indian (AAAI), 1966

Box 7 Folder 8

Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc., 1961-1968

Box 7 Folder 9

The Barrio, Inc. (Eau Claire, Wisconsin), 1970

Box 7 Folder 10

Call of the Council Drums--An Indian Service Organization, 1969

Catholic Church

Box 7 Folder 11

Campaign for Human Development, 1971-1973

Box 7 Folder 12

Diocese of La Crosse, 1968-1971

Box 7

Wisconsin Catholic Conference, 1969

Folder 13

Box 7 Folder 14

Child Welfare League of America, Indian Adoption Project, 1963-1969

Box 7 Folder 15

Chippewa Ojibwa Industrial Foundation, Inc. (COIF), 1970-1971

Box 7 Folder 16

Christian Children's Fund, Inc., 1966-1969

Box 7 Folder 17

Church organizations, miscellany, 1969-1972

Box 7 Folder 18

Coalition of Native Tribes for Red Power (Madison, Wisconsin), 1971

Box 7 Folder 19

Consolidated Tribes, circa 1951

Box 7 Folder 20

Council on Legal Education Opportunity, 1971

Box 7 Folder 21

Delinquency Prevention Project (Menomonie, Wisconsin), 1969

Box 7 Folder 22

Denver Christian Center, 1960

Box 7 Folder 23

Eau Claire Woman's Club, 1963

Episcopal Church

Box 7 Folder 24

American Indian Mission and Ministry, 1963-1964

Box 7 Folder 25

Dept. of Christian Social Relations, 1962-1963

Box 7 Folder 26

Diocese of Eau Claire, 1962-1969

Box 7 Folder 27

Executive Council, circa 1966-1969

Box 7 Folder 28

Good Shepherd Mission, 1966-1967

Box 7 Folder 29

Indian/Eskimo Community Development Fund, 19701971

Box 8 Folder 1-4

National Advisory Committee on Indian Affairs, 19611970

Box 8

National Committee on Indian Work, 1970

Folder 5

Box 8 Folder 6

National Council, circa 1963-1968

Box 8 Folder 7

Project Equality, 1970

Box 8 Folder 8

Foundation for Change, undated

Box 8 Folder 9

Foundation for North American Indian Culture, 1964

Box 8 Folder 10

Friends of the Indian Center (Spokane, Washington), circa 1968

Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Conference (GLITC)

Minutes of meetings and related materials

Box 8 Folder 1112

1961-1963

Box 9 Folder 1-8

1964-1977

Education Committee

Box 9 Folder 9

1967-1968

Box 10 Folder 1-4

1969-1974

Box 10 Folder 5

Alcoholism Treatment Program, 1971-1973

Box 10 Folder 6

Community Action Coordinators, 1967, 1969

Box 10 Folder 7-9

Community Action Program, 1965-1973

Box 10 Folder 10

Financial Support, Episcopal Church, 1966-1967

Box 10 Folder 11

Graphic Arts Center-Print Shop, circa 1968

Box 10 Folder 12

Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Department of Education (GLIDE) Program, 1973

Box 10 Folder 13

Human Development Program, 1972-1973

Box 11 Folder 1

Nurse Recruitment Program, circa 1973-1975

Box 11 Folder 2

Project Transition, circa 1971

Box 11 Folder 3

Voice - correspondence, 1972

Box 11 Folder 4

Wild Rice Coop Committee, 1968

Box 11 Folder 5

Wisconsin Council of Churches file, 1971

Box 11 Folder 6

Youth Development Program, 1969-1972

Box 11 Folder 7

Harvard-Radcliffe American Indian Project, 1961-1968

Box 11 Folder 8

Impact Seven, Inc., 1971-1972

Box 11 Folder 9

Indian Affairs Commission for Wisconsin [Proposed], 1964

Box 11 Folder 10

Indian Council Fire, 1969-circa 1970

Box 11 Folder 11

Indian Rights Association, 1967-1973

Box 11 Folder 12

Indian Upward Bound, 1969

Box 11 Folder 13

Indian Urban Affairs Council, 1972

Box 11 Folder 14

Indians for National Liberation (Denver, Colorado), 1970

Box 11 Folder 15

International American Indian Friendship Association, 1966-1967

Box 11 Folder 16

International Order of King's Daughters and Sons, Inc., 1967-1971

Box 11 Folder 17

Inter-Tribal Fund, Inc., 1969-1970

Box 11 Folder 18

Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, 19711974

Box 11 Folder 19

League of Nations Pan-American Indians, 1970

Box 11 Folder 20

League of Women Voters of Eau Claire, 1965

Box 11 Folder 21

Lutheran Church, 1965-1969

Box 11 Folder 22

Lutheran Indian Mission (Rocky Boy, Montana), 1967

Box 11 Folder 23

Majeeshka, 1971

Box 11 Folder 24

Maple Plain Ojibwa Community, 1970

Box 11 Folder 25

Menominee Action Program (MAP), 1964

Box 11 Folder 26

Menominee Community Action Program, 1968

Box 11 Folder 27

Midwest Indian Association, Inc. (Green Bay, Wisconsin), 1967

Box 11 Folder 28

Milwaukee Educational Opportunity Center, 1971

Box 11 Folder 29

Minnesota Indian Affairs Commission, 1970

Box 11 Folder 30

Mission to Indian Americans, 1964, 1967

Box 11 Folder 31

Mohican Housing Authority, Stockbridge-Munsee Community, 1966

National Congress of American Indians

Box 11 Folder 3233

1959-1965, 1967-1969

Box 12 Folder 1

1969-1976

Box 12 Folder 2

National Council of Churches, 1968

Box 12 Folder 3

National Council of the Churches of Christ, 1967

Box 12 Folder 4

National Council on Indian Opportunity, 1970

Box 12 Folder 5

National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians, undated

Box 12 Folder 6

National Indian Education Association, 1970-1972

Box 12 Folder 7

National Indian Leadership Training, circa 1968-1970

National Indian Youth Council

Box 12 Folder 8

1961-1968

Box 12 Folder 9

Clyde Warrior Institute in American Indian Studies, 1967-1970

Box 12 Folder 10

Native American Church, 1959-1969

Box 12 Folder 11

Native American Research Consultants, Inc., 1971

Box 12 Folder 12

Neighborhood Youth Corps Program, 1968

Box 12 Folder 13

Organization of Native American Students, 1969

Box 12 Folder 14

Project Stop (Eau Claire, Wisconsin), 1969-1971

Box 12 Folder 15

Royce Carlton, Inc., 1971

Box 12 Folder 16

St. Augustine's Center for American Indians--Chicago, 1962-1972

Box 12 Folder 17

St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo, 1962-circa 1965

Box 12 Folder 18

St. Paul American Indian Center, circa 1970

Box 12 Folder 19

Sand Lake Community Hall Project, 1971

Box 12 Folder 20

United Council of University of Wisconsin Student Governments, 1971

Box 12 Folder 21

United Indians of All Tribes, 1970

Box 12 Folder 22

United Methodist Church, 1971

United Scholarship Service, Inc.

Box 12

1962-1965

Folder 23

Box 13 Folder 1

1966-1969

Box 13 Folder 2

Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission Project, 1968

Box 13 Folder 3

Upper Midwest American Indian Center, undated

Box 13 Folder 4

Upper Midwest Regional Educational Laboratory, 1969

Box 13 Folder 5

Wazee Trail Craftsman Cooperative, 1969-1971

Box 13 Folder 6

West Central Wisconsin Community Action Agency, Inc. (WEST CAP), 1966-1972

Box 13 Folder 7

White Buffalo Council of American Indians (Denver, Colorado), undated

Box 13 Folder 8

Wisconsin Association Student Financial Aids Administrators (WASFAA), circa 1972

Box 13 Folder 9

Wisconsin Council of Catholic Women, 1971

Box 13 Folder 10

Wisconsin Council of Churches, 1965-1968

Box 13 Folder 11

Wisconsin Indian Education Association, 1973

Box 13 Folder 12

Wisconsin Indian Scholarship Council, 1962-1964

Box 13 Folder 13

Wisconsin Indian Women's Work-Study Committee, 1961

Box 13 Folder 14

Wisconsin Indian Work-Study Committee, 1965

Wisconsin Indian Youth Council

Box 13 Folder 15

Correspondence, 1961-1970

Box 13 Folder 16

Minutes of meetings, circa 1964-1969

Newsletter

Box 13 Folder 17

Mailing list, 1968-1969

Box 13 Folder 1819

Material for articles and related correspondence, 1967- 1969

Box 14 Folder 1

Eau Claire Branch, 1965

Box 14 Folder 2

River Falls Branch, 1970-1972

Box 14 Folder 3

Wisconsin Indians Research Institute (Oshkosh), 1966

Box 14 Folder 4

Wisconsin Native American Student Association, undated

Box 14 Folder 5

Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WisPIRG), undated

Box 14 Folder 6

Wisconsin Youth Council, 1970

Box 14 Folder 7

Wunk Sheek, 1972

Box 14 Folder 8

Young Audiences of Wisconsin, Inc., 1969

Box 14 Folder 9

Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)--University of Wisconsin, 1964-1965

Box 14 Folder 10

Miscellany, circa 1969

Series: Conferences

Box 14 Folder 11

Aberdeen Indian Health Services Conference, 1972 May 10

Box 14 Folder 12

Administration of American Indian Problems Seminar, 1971-1972

Box 14 Folder 13

Adult Education Association-Wisconsin, Annual Meeting, 1969 May 2-3

Box 14 Folder 14

All American Indian Days, 1964 July 31-August 2

Box 14 Folder 15

All Indian Unity Conference, 1970 October 7-10

Box 14 Folder 16

American Indian Capital Conference on Poverty, 1964 May 9-12

American Indian Chicago Conference, 1961 June 13-20

Box 14 Folder 17

Preparations and progress reports, 1960 December - 1961 June

Box 14 Folder 1819

Proceedings and reference materials, 1961 June 13-20

Box 14 Folder 20

Milwaukee regional meetings, 1961 January-March

Box 14 Folder 21

Reserve (Wisconsin) Meeting, 1961 April 29

Box 15 Folder 1

Wisconsin Dells Meetings, 1961 January-May

Box 15 Folder 2

American Indian Education Conference, 1965 March 1213

Box 15 Folder 3

American Indian Housing Conference, 1961 January 2324

Box 15 Folder 4

American Indian Movement, Indian Week Pow Wow, 19?? May 8-10

Box 15 Folder 5

The American Indian: Rights and Opportunities, 1970 June 19-20

Box 15 Folder 6

American Indian Week, 1971-1972

Box 15 Folder 7

Arizona State University, Joint Session of Conference on Indian Education and the Indian Youth Council, 1963 March 22-23

Box 15 Folder 8

Beloit College and Indian Symposium, 1966 January 1415

Box 15 Folder 9

Bureau of Indian Affairs Conference, 1966 April 14

Box 15 Folder 10

Capital Conference on Indian Poverty, 1964 May 9-11

Box 15 Folder 11

Christian Action Seminar, 1964 Spring Semester

Box 15 Folder 12

Community Services Workshop, 1960, 1962

Box 15 Folder 13

Conference on Indian Affairs: “Indian Art in a Changing Society,” 1962 October 25-27

Box 15 Folder 14

Consultation in Juvenile Corrections and Rehabilitation Services, 1968 November 18-21

Box 15 Folder 15

Contemporary Perspectives: Wisconsin Indians, 1973 September 27-28

Box 15 Folder 16

District 8 Youth Conference, 1953 March 28

Box 15 Folder 17

Earth Week, 1971 April

Box 15 Folder 18

Elementary Education Conference, 1971 February 18

Box 15 Folder 19

Governor's Commission on Human Rights, Annual Conference, 1951-1967

Box 15 Folder 20

Governor's Conference on Children and Youth, 1963 April 19-20

Box 15 Folder 21

Governors' Interstate Indian Council Meeting (Santa Fe), 1965 August 8-12

Box 15 Folder 22

Great Lakes Institute, 1962 July 9

Box 15 Folder 23

Guidance Conference (Stout State University), 19701973

Box 15 Folder 24

“Guidance and the Indian Student” Meeting, 1965 February 3

Box 15 Folder 25

Health Careers Conference, 1972 June 2-3

Box 16 Folder 1

Human Encounter Week on an Indian Reservation, 1971 March 29 - April 12

Box 16 Folder 2

Indian Achievement Award Dinner, 1967-1968

Indian Child Life and Culture Institute, 1962 May 11-12

Box 16 Folder 3

Attendance file, undated

Box 16 Folder 4

Conference goals, undated

Box 16 Folder 5-6

Correspondence, 1961 October - 1963 December

Box 16 Folder 7

Discussion Group I, 1962 May 11-12

Box 16 Folder 8

Evaluations, 1962 May-August

Box 16 Folder 9

Expenditures, 1961 August - 1962 May

Box 16 Folder 10

Mailing Lists, undated

Box 16 Folder 11

Proceedings, 1962 May 11-12

Box 16 Folder 12

Project Proposal, 1962 February-May

Box 16 Folder 13

Indian Education, 1970 April 17

Box 16 Folder 14

Indian Education Workshop (Arizona State University), Summer Session 1961

Indian Leadership Conference

Box 16 Folder 1516

1963-1971

Eau Claire Tape 1/Audio 735A (735A/1- 4)

Recorded proceedings, including speeches and panel discussions, from the “Crossroads in Culture” conference, 1966 June 17-18 Scope and Content Note: Topics were: “The American Indian and Government Policy,” “The American Indian and the Church's Mission,” “Spiritual Heritage of Wisconsin Indians,” and “Indian Philosophy of Life.”

Eau Claire Mss AP Box 17 Folder 1

Mailing and Registration Lists, 1968-1969

Box 17 Folder 2

Indian Spring, 19?? April 18-May 8

Box 17 Folder 3

Indian Youth Conference, 1972

Box 17 Folder 4

Institute for Teachers of Chippewa Indian Children, 1967-1970

Box 17 Folder 5

Institute for Teachers of Indian Children, undated

Box 17 Folder 6

Issues and Concerns of American Indians in Wisconsin (Wingspread), 1973 September 21

Box 17 Folder 7

Juvenile Law Enforcement Training Institute, 1967 February 15-16

Box 17 Folder 8

Leadership Training Session, 1973 March 17

Box 17 Folder 9

Lutheran Church and Indian People (Regional Conferences), 1968

Box 17 Folder 10

Madison Meeting on Indian Affairs, 1965 December 11

Box 17 Folder 1112

Midwest Indian Youth Leadership Seminar, 1962-1965

Box 17 Folder 13

Milwaukee Educational Opportunity Center Workshop, 1971 October 22

Box 17 Folder 14

Minnesota Welfare Association Conference, 1963 March 17-20

Box 17 Folder 15

Minority Awareness and Ethnic Expression Conference, 1972 March 3-5

Box 17 Folder 16

National Advisory Committee on Indian Work, 1967 April 24-27

Box 17 Folder 17

National Conference on Social Welfare, 1964 May

Box 17 Folder 18

National Fellowship of Indian Workers, 1964, 1967

Box 17 Folder 19

National Indian Education Association Conference, 1973 November 14-16

Box 17 Folder 20

National Indian Education Conference, 1969-1971

Box 18 Folder 1

National Indian Urban Consultation, 1968 January 29-30

Box 18 Folder 2

National Indian Workshop on Alcohol and Drugs, 1970 January 29-31

Box 18 Folder 3

National Indian Youth Council Meeting, 1966 August 1820

Box 18 Folder 4

National Youth Council Conference, 1969 September 2527

Box 18 Folder 5

Native American Awareness Week, 1974 April 21-27

Box 18 Folder 6

Native American Days, 1976 May 12-14

Box 18

Native American Workshop, List of Invitees, undated

Folder 7

Box 18 Folder 8

New Careers Tri-Ethnic Conference Workshop, 1970 March 20-21

Box 18 Folder 9

North American Conference on the Protection of Human Rights for Indians and Inuits, 1973 November

Box 18 Folder 10

Northeast Wisconsin Institute on Community Resources, 1963 October 11-12

Box 18 Folder 11

Northland College Indian Youth Conference, 1971-1972

Box 18 Folder 12

Ojibwa Opportunity Conference, 1973 April 5-June 7

Box 18 Folder 13

O-Ka-Wi-Ta, 19?? April 9-11

Box 18 Folder 14

“The Problems of Wisconsin Indians Seen in the Context of Social Work Values,” 1962 May 24

Box 18 Folder 15

“Racial Integration: The Challenge in Minnesota and in Other Parts of the North”, 1963 November 8-10

Box 18 Folder 16

Research-Action Institute on Modern Ojibwa, circa 1968 April

Box 18 Folder 17

School Board Development Workshop, 1973 November 8-9

Box 18 Folder 18

“Smoke Out,” 1970 May 21

Box 18 Folder 19

Social Services District Meeting, 1969 September 9

Box 18 Folder 20

The Southwest Conference for Tomorrow's America, 1964 December 29

Box 18 Folder 21

State Youth Conference, 1964, 1966

Box 18 Folder 22

Statewide Human Relations Conference, 1972 May 5-7

Box 18 Folder 23

Student Teaching Assistant Training Workshop, 1973 Summer

Box 18 Folder 24

“A Talk with the BIA,” 1973 April 3

Box 18 Folder 25

Training Conference in Educational Counseling, 1971 May 8

Box 18 Folder 26

Tribal Leaders Conference, 1965 February 10-11

Box 18 Folder 27

Tri-State Conference on Indian Self Determination, 1976 January 26

Box 18 Folder 28

Upper Midwest American Indian Festival, 1964 October 31

Box 18 Folder 29

Washington Conference on Indian Culture, 1964 December 9-10

Box 18 Folder 30

“We Talk, You Listen,” 1972 November 13-14

Box 18 Folder 31

White House Conference on Children and Youth (Eau Claire Report), 1960

Box 18 Folder 32

“Why Should Eau Claire be Concerned About Race Relations?”, 1964 April 5

Box 18 Folder 33

Wisconsin Consultation on Indian Work, 1965 June

Box 18 Folder 34

Wisconsin Indian Student Conference, 1971 May 7-9

Wisconsin Indian Summer Project

Box 18 Folder 3536

1962-1966

Box 19 Folder 1

Project Director Search, 1965

Box 19 Folder 2

Wisconsin Indians Workshop, 1973 September 27-28

Box 19 Folder 3

Work Conference for Teachers of Indian Children, 1968 April 16

Box 19 Folder 4

Workshop on American Indian Affairs, 1961, 1963, 1964

Box 19 Folder 5

World Day of Prayer, 1970 March 6

Box 19 Folder 6

Youth Congress, 1971 July 6-9

Box 19 Folder 7

Miscellany, 1963-circa 1972

Series: Education Reference File

General

Box 19 Folder 8

American Indian music education

Box 19 Folder 9

American Indian studies programs - general

Box 19 Folder 10

American Indian studies programs - Wisconsin

American Indian teaching units, Workshop for Teachers of Indian Youth, Wisconsin State University-Superior

Box 19 Folder 11

Elementary level

Box 19 Folder 12

General

Box 19 Folder 13

High school level

Box 19 Folder 14

Junior high level

Box 19 Folder 15

Teachers' guide

Box 19 Folder 16

Arrow, Inc.

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Box 20 Folder 1

Education programs and reports

Box 20 Folder 2

Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Box 20 Folder 3

Statistics concerning Indian education, 1961, 1963

Box 20 Folder 4

Counseling Indian students

Box 20 Folder 5

Ethnic Heritage Studies Program

Box 20 Folder 6

Harkins, Arthur M.

Box 20 Folder 7

Health careers programs

Box 20

High school equivalency certificate program

Folder 8

Box 20 Folder 9

Higher education for Indian women

Box 20 Folder 10

The Indian Child in the Classroom Workshop, Keshena, Wisconsin, 1963 December 14

Box 20 Folder 11

Indian education - miscellany

Box 20 Folder 12

Indian Health Employees Scholarship Fund

Box 20 Folder 13

Job announcements

Box 20 Folder 14

Johnson - O'Malley Program, 1967-1972

Box 20 Folder 15

Latter Day Saints' Indian student placement program

Box 20 Folder 16

Legislation

Box 20 Folder 17

Menominee summer education program, 1972

Box 21 Folder 1

Mentally retarded Indian children

Box 21 Folder 2

NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Inc. and Indian education

Box 21 Folder 3

National Indian Education Association

Publications

Box 21 Folder 4

Albers, Patricia, “Generalizations on the Educational Situation of the Low Performing Indian Child in a Rural Public School”

Box 21 Folder 5

“Assert Indian Schools Fail in their Duty”

Box 21 Folder 6

Bakke, Louise S., “Schools and Agency - Partners?”

Box 21 Folder 7

Bryde, John F., “Indian Education and Mental Health”

Box 21 Folder 8

Bryde, John F., “A Rationale for Indian Education”

Box 21 Folder 9

Crow, John, “Schools for the First Americans”

Box 21 Folder 10

Davids, Dorothy, “An Analysis ... of Wisconsin Indian High School Dropouts,” 1963 May

Box 21 Folder 11

Demmert, William, “Indian Education: the Rights of a People”

Box 21 Folder 12

“Educating Minority Groups: an Introduction”

Box 21 Folder 13

“Emotional Problems of the Indian Students in Boarding Schools and Related Public Schools.” Workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1960 April 11-13

Box 21 Folder 14

“A Foundation for Indian, Cross-Cultured Education”

Box 21 Folder 15

Fuchs, Estelle, “Time to Redeem an Old Promise”

Box 21 Folder 16

Gifford, Lorrie, “A Comparison of Cree Indian Boys and Middle Class Boys”

Box 21 Folder 17

“Give it Back to the Indians: Education on Reservation and Off”

Box 21 Folder 18

Havighurst, Robert J., “The Dilemma of the American Indian...”

Box 21 Folder 19

Hoyt, Elizabeth E., “An Approach to the Mind of the Young Indian”

Box 21 Folder 20

“Indian Education - A National Disgrace”

Box 21 Folder 21

“The Indian in Transition - Indian Education”

Box 21 Folder 22

Le Gault, Katherine, “A Prospectus for a School Laboratory of Research”

Box 21 Folder 23

Lesser, Alexander, “Education and the Future of Tribalism in the United States”

Box 21 Folder 24

Meador, Bruce, “The Pupil as a Person”

Box 21 Folder 25

National Study of American Indian Education, “The Education of Indian Children and Youth”

Box 21 Folder 26

Nowlis, Helen H., “Responsibility for Developing Student Maturity”

Box 21

“The Peer Society of Indian School Children”

Folder 27

Box 21 Folder 28

Plath, William J., “Language Problems of Indian Children”

Box 21 Folder 29

“Report...on the Navajo Bordertown Dormitory Program...,” 1965 February

Box 21 Folder 30

Smith, Donald H., “Training Teachers for Ethnic Minority Youths”

Box 21 Folder 31

Southwestern Cooperative Educational Laboratory, Inc., “American Indians and Educational Laboratories”

Stone, Veda W.

Box 21 Folder 32

“The Indian Child in the Classroom”

Box 21 Folder 33

“Some Suggestions for a Wisconsin University Indian Program”

Box 21 Folder 34

“Teaching Indian Children”

Box 21 Folder 35

“Summer School Demonstration Project,” Winnebago Indian Mission, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1964 June- July

Box 22 Folder 1

“Summer School Demonstration Project - Phase II,” Winnebago Indian Mission, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1964 June-July

Box 22 Folder 2

Taylor, Walter, “Education Revolution: a Prerequisite for Delinquency Prevention”

Box 22 Folder 3

“There's an Indian in Your Classroom,” a Guide for Teachers

Box 22 Folder 4

Tyndall, Pauline, “Education - the Foundation for Community Development”

Box 22 Folder 5

Walker, Deward, Jr., “Problems of American Indian Education”

Box 22 Folder 6

Wesley, Clarence, “Indian Education”

Box 22 Folder 7

Whiteman, Henrietta, “Indian Studies”

Box 22 Folder 8

Scholarships and financial aid

Box 22 Folder 9

Scholarships - Ford Foundation Fellowship programs and National Congress of American Indians

Box 22 Folder 1011

School visits reports, 1969-1973

Box 22 Folder 12

“Summer Science 1969” project

Box 22 Folder 13

The Three Feather Education Project

Tutoring Projects

Box 22 Folder 14

Bluewing Community Center, 1973-1974

Box 22 Folder 15

Maple Plain Community, Cumberland Public Schools

Box 22 Folder 16

Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction

Box 22 Folder 17

Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board

Box 23 Folder 1

Wisconsin Indian Education Program '74

Box 23 Folder 2

Wisconsin Indian Scholarship Council

Box 23 Folder 3

Wisconsin Indian Student Handbook

Box 23 Folder 4

Wisconsin Indian Student Weekend, 1966 March 19-20

Box 23 Folder 5

Wisconsin Indian Student Weekend, 1968 November 1-3

Box 23 Folder 6

Wisconsin Indian Student Weekends and “Go to College Days”

Box 23 Folder 7

Wisconsin Indian Youth Council, Indian Student Education Weekend, 1970 May 2-4

Box 23 Folder 8

Wisconsin Native American Teacher Corps

Box 23 Folder 9

Wisconsin Statewide Program for Preparing Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth, 1966-1968

Box 23 Folder 10

Woolman Hill, circa 1970

Schools

Box 23 Folder 11

Antioch College, Washington, D.C.

Box 23 Folder 12

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Box 23 Folder 13

Ashland Public Schools, Ashland, Wisconsin - In Service for Teachers, 1968 October 3-4

Box 24 Folder 1

Ashland Unified Schools, Ashland, Wisconsin

Box 24 Folder 2

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

Box 24 Folder 3

College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota

Box 24 Folder 4

Cook Christian Training School, Tempe, Arizona

Box 24 Folder 5

Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire

Box 24 Folder 6

Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl Nibwaka-Wikamik Universidad Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl DeganawidahQuetzalcoatl University, Davis, California

Box 24 Folder 7

Flandreau Indian School, Flandreau, South Dakota

Box 24 Folder 8

Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania

Box 24 Folder 9

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa School

Box 24 Folder 10

Lakeland Union High School, Minocqua, Wisconsin

Box 24 Folder 11

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Public Schools

Box 24 Folder 12

Mount Senario College, Ladysmith, Wisconsin

Box 24 Folder 13

National Indian Training Center, Brigham City, Utah

Box 24 Folder 14

Navajo Community College, Chinle, Arizona

Box 24 Folder 15

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Box 24

North American Indian Travelling College, Cornwall,

Folder 16

Ontario

Box 24 Folder 17

Oneida Indian Mission School, Oneida, Wisconsin

Box 24 Folder 18

Pine Point Community Experimental School, Ponsford, Minnesota

Box 24 Folder 19

Rough Rock Demonstration School, Chinle, Arizona

Box 24 Folder 20

St. Mary Indian School, Odanah, Wisconsin

Box 24 Folder 21

St. Mary's Episcopal School for Indian Girls, Springfield, South Dakota

Box 24 Folder 22

Shawano, Wisconsin School System

Box 24 Folder 23

Teachers College, Columbia University, New York

Box 24 Folder 24

University of Arizona

Box 24 Folder 25

University of California, Berkeley, California

Box 24 Folder 26

University of California, Los Angeles, Institute of American Indian Studies

Box 24 Folder 27

University of Colorado, Workshops on American Indian Affairs

Box 24 Folder 28

University of Minnesota-Minneapolis

Box 24 Folder 29

University of New Mexico-Albuquerque

Box 24 Folder 30

University of North Dakota, Northern Plains Indian Teacher Corps

Box 25 Folder 1

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Box 25 Folder 2

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Upward Bound Program, 1966-1968

Box 25 Folder 3

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Box 25 Folder 4

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Box 25 Folder 5

University of Wisconsin-Marathon County Campus, ADVANCE Program

Box 25 Folder 6

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Box 25 Folder 7

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Box 25 Folder 8

University of Wisconsin-Platteville

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Box 25 Folder 9

Correspondence and miscellany

Box 25 Folder 10

Human Relations Committee, 1970-1971

Indian Courses

Box 25 Folder 11

“Contemporary Perspectives on American Indian Affairs”

Box 25 Folder 12

“Sensitivity to Indian Culture”

Box 25 Folder 13

International Students, 1970-1971

Box 25 Folder 14

Minority Disadvantaged Student Programs

Box 25 Folder 15

Minority Group Studies Minor

Box 25 Folder 16

Monthly Indian Programs, 1970-1971

Box 25 Folder 17

Native American Council, 1972-1973

Box 25 Folder 18

Parent Education Program, 1972-1973

Box 25 Folder 19

Priorities and Programs for Minority Education, 19711975

Box 25 Folder 20

Search and Screen Committee, Director of Minority Services, 1973

Box 25 Folder 21

Travel Vouchers, 1973

Wisconsin Demonstration in Indian Educational

Opportunity

Box 26 Folder 1

Correspondence, 1968-1973

Box 26 Folder 2

Proposals, 1969-1972

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Box 26 Folder 3

General

Box 26 Folder 4

PRIDE Program

Box 26 Folder 5-6

Upward Bound Program, 1968-1973

Box 26 Folder 7

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Box 26 Folder 8

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Box 26 Folder 9

University of Wisconsin System

Box 26 Folder 10

Webster High School, Webster, Wisconsin

Box 26 Folder 11

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Public Schools

Box 26 Folder 12

Wisconsin Private Colleges

Box 27 Folder 1

Wisconsin State Universities System

Student Files

Box 39 Folder 1

Bureau of Indian Affairs Scholarship Applications and Student Lists, 1962-1972

Box 39 Folder 2

Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, Scholarship Applications, 1966-1969

Student Lists

Box 39 Folder 3

Indian High School Students, 1961-1969

Box 39 Folder 4

Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin, 1973

Box 39 Folder 5

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 1967-1972

Box 39 Folder 6

University of Wisconsin-River Falls, 1970-1974

Box 39 Folder 7

University of Wisconsin-Stout, 1968-1973

Box 39 Folder 8

Vocational Schools, undated

Box 39 Folder 9

Wisconsin Colleges, 1961-1971

Box 39 Folder 10

Wisconsin Colleges-Wisconsin Indian Youth Council, 1966-1969

Box 39 Folder 11

United Scholarship Service, Inc., applications and admissions, 1963-1966

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Box 39 Folder 12

Admissions, 1973

Box 39 Folder 13

Financial Aid and Scholarships, 1971-1973

Individual Student Files Access Restrictions: Student records in the collection are restricted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Use of these records requires permission from the reference archivist.

Box 39 Folder 1435

A-Bur

Box 40 Folder 165

But-Hag

Box 41 Folder 177

Hal-Pas

Box 42 Folder 160

Pem-T

Box 43 Folder 118

U-Z

Eau Claire Micro 11/Micro 723

Series: Publications

Reel 1 Item 1

Akwesasne Notes

Volume 1, Numbers 5-9, 1969 May-October

Volume 2, Numbers 1, 3, 1970 April, June

Volume 3, Numbers 1, 3-5, 7, 8, 1971 January/February-Late Autumn

Volume 9, Numbers 2-4, 1977 Spring-Autumn

Reel 1 Item 2

Albuquerque Progress, Volume XXV, Number 3, 1958 May-June

Reel 1 Item 3

American Aborigine, Volume III, Number 1, circa 1964

Reel 1 Item 4

American Indian Center News

Volume 7, Numbers 1-3, 1961 October 25; November 20; December

Volume 8, Numbers 3, 4, 1962 May 31; August 3

Volume 9, Number 1, 1963 February 23

Reel 1 Item 5

American Indian Culture Center Newsletter (Los Angeles, California)

Volume 2, Number 7, 1971 August

Volume 3, Number 5, 1972

Volume 4, Number 2, 1972 March

Reel 1 Item 6

American Indian Culture Research Center Newsletter (Blue Cloud Abbey, Marvin, South Dakota), Volume 1, Numbers 4, 5, 1970 March, May

Reel 1 Item 7

AID (American Indian Development) Newsletter, Number 1, 1968 July 15

Reel 1 Item 8

American Indian Horizon

Volume II, Number 2, 1963 October

Volume III, Number 6, 1966 Spring

Reel 1

AISA Newsletter (American Indian Student Association)

Item 9

Volume 2, Number 3, 1971 November

Volume ?, Number ?, 1972 November

Volume ?, Number ?, 1973 May

undated

Reel 1 Item 10

American Report, Volume III, Number 19, 1973 June 18

Reel 1 Item 11

ABC: Americans Before Columbus/Americans Before Columbus

Volume 1, Number 2, 1963 December

Volume 2?, Number 1, 1964 May 5

Volume 2, Number 4, 1964 December

Volume 2, Number 5, 1965 June

Volume 2, Number 6, 1965 November

Volume 1?, Number 1, 1966 September

Volume ?, Number ?, 1967 May

Volume ?, Number ?, 1967 November

Volume 1, Number 1, 1969 October-November

Volume 1, Number 2, 1970 January

Volume 1, Number 3, 1970 April/July

Volume III, Number III, 1971 November 4

Volume IV, Number 1, 1972 January-June

Volume IV, Number 2, 1972 July-November

Reel 1 Item 12

The Amerindian

Volume 12, Numbers 4-6, 1964 March-August

Volume 13, Numbers 1-6, 1964 September - 1965 August

Volume 14, Numbers 1-6, 1965 September - 1966 August

Volume 15, Numbers 1-6, 1966 September - 1967 August

Volume 16, Numbers 1-6, 1967 September - 1968 August

Volume 17, Numbers 1-6, 1968 September - 1969 August

Volume 18, Numbers 1-5, 1969 September - 1970 June

Volume 19, Numbers 2-6, 1970 November - 1971 August

Volume 20, Numbers 1-3, 1971 September - 1972 February

Volume 20, Numbers 5-6, 1972 May-August

Volume 21, Number 3, 1973 January-February

Volume 22, Numbers 1, 2, 1973 September-December

Reel 2 Item 13

Anishinabe-Aki

Volume I-II, 1970 October-November

Volume IV-XI, 1971 January-August

Volume 2, Numbers 1-3, 1971 October-December

Reel 2 Item 14

Apache Drumbeat, Number 34, 1965 January

Reel 2 Item 15

Aq-Ua Chamine

Volume II, Number 3, 1974 March 20

Volume II, Number 6, 1975 May 31

Volume II, Number 11, 1975 October 20

Reel 2 Item 16

Blue Cloud News

Volume I, Number 3, 1971 April

Volume II, Number 4, 1971 December

Volume II, Number 6, 1972 February

Volume III, Number 1, 1972 September

Reel 2 Item 17

The Bugle

Volume X, Number 1, 1966 March

Volume XI, Number 1, 1967 March

Volume XII, Number 1, 1968 March

Volume XIII, Number 4, 1969 December

Volume IX, Number 2, 4, 1970 May, December

Volume X, Numbers 1-2, 1971 March-June

Volume XI, Number 4, 1972 December

Reel 2 Item 18

Chicago Warrior

Volume IX, Number 3, 1963 December

Volume X, Numbers 1, 3-5, 7, 1964 January, March-May, August

Volume 11, Number 1, 1965 March 20

Reel 2 Item 19

Citizen

Volume 8, Number 5, 1962 December

Volume 9, Numbers 1, 3-5, 1963 February, June, October, December

Volume 10, Number 5, 1964 December

Volume 11, Numbers 3-5, 1965 June, October, December

Volume 12, Number 1, 1966 February

Reel 2 Item 20

The Cross and the Calumet, 12 issues, 1965-1970

Reel 2 Item 21

Crossroads; the Society of RWF Newsletter, Volume 42, Number 2, 1967 March

Reel 2 Item 22

Dare, 1965 March-April

Reel 2 Item 23

Drums

Volume I, Numbers 3-5, 1972 September 5, October 1, October 16

Volume 2, Number 14, 1973 August 24

Volume III, Number 4, 1974 March 15

Reel 2 Item 24

ERIC/CRESS Newsletter, Volume 4, Number 3, 1969 Fall

Reel 2 Item 25

FIS (Flandreau Indian School) Newsletter

Volume V, Number 4, 1971 June 12

Volume VII, Numbers 1, 2, 1972 November 13, December 26

Volume VII, Number 4, 1973 May 30

Volume VIII, Number 8, 1974 June 3

Reel 2 Item 26

Focus: Indian Education

Volume 2, Numbers 2, 5, 6, 8, 1971 February - March, September 30, October, December 30

Volume 3, Number 5, 1972 May 31

Reel 2 Item 27

Fort Apache Scout, Volume 8, Number 29, 1969 October

Reel 2 Item 28

Great Lakes Agency News

Volume 1, Numbers 1-3, 1964 June 30

Volume 1, Numbers 2-3, 1965 January 30, June 30

Volume 2, Numbers 1, 2, 1965 September 30, December 30

Volume 2, Number 4, 1966 June 30

Volume 3, Number 2, 1967 March 31

Reel 2 Item 29

Great Lakes Indian Community Voice

Volume I, Numbers 1-11, 1967 March 13 - August 21

Volume I, Numbers 13-27, 1967 September 25 -1968 August 26

Volume I, Numbers 30-38, 1969 April 15-November 16

Volume I?, Numbers ?-?, 1970 April 13 - 1971 June 18

Volume II, Numbers 1-3, 1971 October 15-December 13

Volume II, Number 6, 1972 March 17

Volume IV, Number 6, 1974 February

Reel 3 Item 30

Great Plains Observer

Volume I, Numbers 2, 7 (incomplete), 1967 February, July

Volume 2, Numbers 8, 9, 1968 August, September

Reel 3 Item 31

Guts and Tripe, Volume 1, Number 2, 1970 Sore Eye Moon

Reel 3 Item 32

Ho Chunk Wazee Ja Chee Rla, Volume I, Number I, 1962 April

Reel 3 Item 33

Indian Affairs

Number 15, New Series, 1956 March

Numbers 40-46, 1961 February - 1962 June

Number 48 (incomplete), 1962 October

Numbers 50-54, 1963 April - 1964 February

Numbers 56-61, 1964 October - 1965 December

Numbers 63, 64, 1966 May/AugustSeptember/December

Numbers 65-69, 1967 January/March - 1968 January/March

Numbers 71, 72, 1968 June/AugustSeptember/November

Numbers 75, 76, 1969 July/SeptemberOctober/December

Numbers 80-83, 1971 March - 1972 May

Commissioner's Progress Report, 1965, 1966

Reel 3 Item 34

Indian Brotherhood, 1972 February; undated

Reel 3 Item 35

ICAP (Indian Community Action Project) Newsletter, 1969 April 11 - 1971 July 2

Reel 3 Item 36

Indian Education (National Indian Education Association)

Volume 1, Numbers 1, ?, 1971 February; 1971 October

Volume III, Number 1, 1972 September

Volume IV, Number 2, 1974 October

Reel 3 Item 37

Indian Highways

Numbers 97, 103, 1965 March, Summer supplement (unnumbered), December

Numbers 105, 109, 1966 March, September

Number 124, 1968 December

Numbers 126, 129, 1969 May, December

Numbers 130-134, 1970 March, June, August, October, December

Numbers 135-136, 138, 1971 March, April, October

Numbers 140, 141, 1972 March, June

Reel 3 Item 38

The Indian Historian

Volume 2, Numbers 1-3, 1969 Spring, Summer, Fall

Volume 3, Number 1, 1970 Winter

Volume 4, Number 2, 1971 Summer

Volume 5, Number 3, 1972 Fall

Volume 6, Number 4, 1973 Fall

Reel 4 Item 39

The Indian Leader, Volume 80, Number 10, 1977 March 4

Reel 4 Item 40

I-Lids (Indian Legal Information Development Service) Legislative Review, Volume 1, Numbers 1, 4, 1971 August, December

Reel 4 Item 41

Indian Life, Volume 6, Number 4; Volume 8, Number 4

Reel 4 Item 42

Indian News (Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)

Volume 11, Numbers 3-7, 1968 October - 1969 March

Volume 12, Numbers 8-10, 1969 November - 1970 January

Reel 4 Item 43

Indian News (New Mexico Commission on Indian Affairs, Santa Fe, New Mexico)

1961 November, December

1962 January-June, supplement

1963 January-March; June; December

Reel 4

The Indian Progress (Newsletter of the Workshop of

Item 44

American Indian Affairs, Boulder, Colorado)

Number 3, 1961 July 10

Numbers 5-7, 1962 March 30, June 29, July 23

Numbers 8-9, 1963 July 18, July 24

Numbers 9-10, 1964 June 18, July 20

Number 11, 1965 July 15

Reel 4 Item 45

The Indian Progress (American Indian Development, Inc. Albuquerque, New Mexico), Number 13, 1967 July

Reel 4 Item 46

Indian Record

1967 March

1968 February-December, September; Special NCAI issue [November]

1969

1970 January - 1971 February/March

1971 June/July - August/September

Reel 4 Item 47

Indian Record Bulletin

1970 December 16

1971 January 12

Reel 4 Item 48

Indian Times

Volume IX, Numbers 4, 5, 8, 9, 1969 May, June, October, November

Volume X, Numbers 2, 3 (4 issues, misnumbered), 1970 February-June

2 issues, circa 1970 October, November

Reel 4 Item 49

Indian Truth

Volume 38, Number 1, 1961 June

Volume 39, Numbers 1-4, 1962 May, September, Autumn

Volume 40, Numbers 1, 3, 1963 April, September

Volume 42, Number 3, 1965 November

Volume 43, Number 4, 1966 December

Volume 44, Numbers 1, 2, 4, 1967 May, July, Winter

Volume 45, Numbers 1-2, 1968 Spring-Summer, Fall

Volume 45, Number 3, 1968-1969 Winter

Volume 46, Numbers 1, 2, 1969

Volume 47, Numbers 1-3, 1970 February, June, September

Volume 48, Numbers 1, 2, 1971 January, April

Reel 4 Item 50

Indian Voices

1963 April 1, June, September, October

1964 April, June, September, December

1965 February, April [Spring], June, July, August, September, October, November, December

1966 February/March, April/May, June, August, September, October, November

1966 December/1967 January

1968 Winter

Reel 5 Item 51

Indodem, Volume 2, Number 1, 1973

Reel 5 Item 52

IFCO (Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization) News, Volume II, Number I, 1971 March/April

Reel 5 Item 53

The Journal (United Church of Christ - Council for Higher Education), Volume 4, Number 11, 1966 September

Reel 5 Item 54

Journal of American Indian Education, Volume 4, Number 2, 1965 January

Reel 5 Item 55

LCO (Lac Courte Oreilles) Journal American, Volume 1, Number 3, 1977 December

Reel 5 Item 56

Luchip Spearhead (Lutheran Church and Indian People), Volume 1, Numbers 1, 2, 1968 January, June

Reel 5 Item 57

Menominee County and Town Newsletter, 1965 June

Reel 5 Item 58

Menominee Indian Adult Educational Program Informational Bulletin, Volume I, Number 3, 1958 January 15

Reel 5 Item 59

Menominee News

1958 August 20, September 29, October 28, November- December 15

1959 March 4

1961 April 26

Reel 5 Item 60

Menominee Prints

Volume 1, Numbers 8, 13, 1966 August 15, December 19

Volume 1, Number 15, 1967 February 27

Volume 2, Numbers 3, 5, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, 1967 May 1, June 5, July 17, August 14, September 25, October 9, November 13, December 4

Volume 3, Numbers 2-7, 9, 1968 January 15, February 15, March 29, April 18, May 17, June 17, July 16

Volume 3, Number 18, 1969 January 10

Volume 4, Numbers 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15-19, 1969 May 5, June 9, July 2, August 11, September 12, September 29, October 13, November 13, November 28, December 15, December 30

Volume 4, Numbers 20, 22, 1970 January 14, February 15

Volume 5, Numbers 1-3, 5, 23, 24, 8-10, 1970 March 1, March 15, April 1, May 1, May 15, June 1, June 18, July 2, July 20

Reel 5 Item 61

Menominee Tribal News

Volume 1, Number 2, 1976 November

Volume 2, Numbers 2, 4, 6, 1977 February, April, June

Reel 5 Item 62

The Mission Bells (The Winnebago Indian Mission Church, Black River Falls, Wisconsin)

1965 February, September

1966 February

1969 December

Reel 5

NCIW (National Committee on Indian Work) News

Item 63

Volume I, Number 2, 1970 June

Volume II, Numbers 1, 3, 1971 April, August

Volume III, Number 2 (2 issues), 1972 March, April

Reel 5 Item 64

NCIW (National Committee on Indian Work) Newsletter, Volume I, Number 3, 1973 February

Reel 5 Item 65

NCAI (National Congress of American Indians) Bulletin, Volume 28, Numbers 2, 3, 1972 April, June/July

Reel 5 Item 66

NCAI (National Congress of American Indians) Sentinel

Volume IX, Number 1, 1964 February/March

Volume X, Numbers 1, 2 (2 issues), convention issue, 5, 1965 February/March, Summer (2 issues), [September], December

Volume XI, Numbers 2 (2 issues), 5, 6, 1966 Spring, April (special issue), [convention issue, September], Fall

Volume XII, Numbers 2, 3, 5, Late 1967 Winter, Spring, Fall

Volume 14, Number 3, convention issue, 1969

Volume 14?, Number ?, 1969 Summer

Volume ?, Numbers ?, 1970 Spring, July

Volume 15, Number 1, 1970 Winter

Volume ?, Number ?, 1972 Winter

Reel 5 Item 67

The NCAI (National Congress of American Indians) Sentinel Bulletin, 1971 April, June

Reel 5 Item 68

NCIO (National Council on Indian Opportunity) News

Volume 1, Numbers 1-5, 1970 December - 1971 May

Volume 2, Number 2, 1971 October/November 15

Volume 3, Number 1, 1972 July/September

Reel 5 Item 69

National Fellowship of Indian Workers Newsletter

Number 82, 1966 Summer

Number 83, 1967 Spring

Number 84, 1967 Summer

Number 88, 1969-1970 Winter

Reel 5 Item 70

Native American Arts, Number 1, 1968

Reel 5 Item 71

NAC (Native American Church) News, 1971 January 6, 13, 20, 27; March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; April [7], 14, 28; May 5, 12, 19, 26; June 2, 9, 16, 24, 30

Reel 6 Item 72

Native American Review, 1971 July 9

Reel 6 Item 73

Native American Scholar

1971 October

1972 January, November

Reel 6 Item 74

Navajo Community College Newsletter, Volume II, Numbers 6, 7, 1970 June, July/August

Reel 6 Item 75

Neshnabe Gigdowen, Volume 2, Number 3, 1977 March 15

Reel 6 Item 76

New Tribes Bible Institute

Numbers 17-25, First Quarter 1964-Fourth Quarter 1965

Number 32, Fourth Quarter 1967

Reel 6 Item 77

Newsletter in Higher Education (Bureau of Indian Affairs), Number 12, 1971 March

Reel 6 Item 78

The Nishnawbe News

Volume 1, Numbers 1-3, [5], 6, 8-11, 1971 JulySeptember, Kushkudene-Geezis [November]

Volume 1, Numbers 6, 8-11, 1972 Mulneedo-Nuhmabene Geezis [January?], Onabune-GeeziS [March?], Babocquadahgiming-Geezis (April), Wahbegoone Geezis (May), Nibin (Summer)

Volume 2, Numbers 1 (2 issues), 4, 1972 Wahbegoone Geezis (September), Penahque Geezis (October)

Volume 2, Numbers 10/11, 1973 Mulnedoo Geezis [January?], Nibin (Summer)

Volume 3, Numbers 1, 3, 1973 Early Autumn, Kushkudene Geezis [November],

Reel 6 Item 79

North Wisconsin News

Volume 14, Numbers 5, 8, 10-13, 1966 February 18, March 11, June 17, June 24, July 1, July 8

Volume 17, Number 3, 1966 August 12

Volume 15, Number 9, 1966 December 23

Reel 6 Item 80

Northern Community Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 3, 1962 January 31

Reel 6 Item 81

ONAS (Organization of Native American Students) Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2, 1969 July

Reel 6 Item 82

Outlook, 1967 September

Reel 6 Item 83

Point Arrow (Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point)

1969 Summer

Volume 2, Numbers 1 (2 issues), 2, 1970 July 1, 10, 25

Volume III, Number 5, 1971 July 29

1 unnumbered Upward Bound issue

Reel 6 Item 84

The Pointer (Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point), Series VIII

Volume 14, Number 11, 1970 November 19

Volume 14, Number 30, 1971 July 16

Reel 6 Item 85

The Raven Speaks

Volume 2, Numbers 8-9, 1969 November 7, December 7

Volume 2, Numbers 10, 12, 1970 January 7, March 7

Volume III, Number 1, 1970 April 7

Volume III, Number 12, 1971 March 7

Volume IV, Numbers 1-3, 6-9, 1971 April 7, May 7, June 7, September 7, October 7, November 7, December 7

Volume IV, Numbers 10-12, 1972 January 7, February 7, March 7

Reel 6 Item 86

Red Lake Reservation News, 1966 October 28, and supplement, undated

Reel 6 Item 87

The Red Messenger (University of Wisconsin-River Falls)

Number 1, 1971 November 15

Volume 1, Numbers 1, 2, 1973 June 28, July 20

Volume II, Number 1, 1974 March 7

Reel 6 Item 88

Renewal, 1966 February

Reel 6 Item 89

Rough Rock News, Volume IV, Number 10, 1969 November 6

Reel 6 Item 90

Smog Signals (American Indian Information and Action Group, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Volume 1, Numbers 2-7, 1970 [February-July]

Volume 2, Numbers 2, 4, 8, (2 issues), 1971 March, June, September, December 1

Volume 3, Number 3 (3 issues), 1972 April, May, June

Reel 6 Item 91

Smoke Signal (Wisconsin)

II Edition, Numbers XVIII, 1971 August 11

II Edition, Numbers XXIV, XXV, 1972 February 2, 18

11th Edition, 1973 December 20

17th Edition, 1974 June

Reel 6 Item 92

Smoke Signals (Colorado River Indian Tribes, Parker, Arizona), Volume VII, Number VII, 1963 January 18

Reel 6 Item 93

Smoke Signals (St. Paul American Indian Center, St. Paul, Minnesota), circa 1970 June

Reel 6 Item 94

Social Problems, Volume 11, Number 4, 1964 Spring

Reel 6 Item 95

Southwestern Association of Indian Affairs Newsletter, 1958 January

Reel 6 Item 96

(State) University of South Dakota Bulletin, Institute of Indian Studies

Series LXIII, Bulletin Number 4, News Report Number 17, 1963 February

Series LXIV, Bulletin Number 28, News Report Number 19, 1964 February

Reel 6 Item 97

The Swift Arrow, Volume 4, Number 6, 1964 June; 1964 September, October

Reel 6 Item 98

Talking Leaf, Volume 1, 1972 October/November

Reel 6 Item 99

Tepee Smoke

Volume XXXIII, Number 4, 1965 November

Volume XXXV, Number 3, 1967 December

Reel 6 Item 100

Trail

1962 November, December

1964 September-December

1965 January, March, May, November

Reel 7 Item 101

TC Newsletter (University of Minnesota Training Center for Community Programs)

Numbers 3, 7, 8, 1967 May, October, November

Number 12, 1968 April/May

Reel 7 Item 102

Tri-State ICAP (Indian Community Action Project) Newsletter, 1971 August 13 - October 25

Reel 7 Item 103

Twin City Indian News

Volume I, Numbers 1-2, 1964 August 1, November

Volume I, Numbers 3-6, 1965 January, March, May, July

Volume 2, Number 1, 1965 September

Volume 2, Numbers 2-4, 1966 February, April, June

Reel 7 Item 104

United Scholarship Service News

Volume 1, Number 2, 1968 February

Volume 1, Numbers 3, 5, 6, 1969 February, July, November

Reel 7 Item 105

Urban Indian Development Association Reporter, Volume II, Number 4, 1972 April

Reel 7 Item 106

The Ute Bulletin

Volume 1, Number 9, 1961 July 8

Volume 2, Numbers 8, 11, 1962 June 25, October 6

Volume 3, Number 12, 1964 March 21

Reel 7 Item 107

The Warpath, Volume, I, Number 4, 1969 Fall

Reel 7 Item 108

Wassaja

Volume 1, Numbers 3, 6, 8, 1973 April/May, September, November

Volume 2, Numbers 5-7, 1974 June-August

Volume 3, Numbers 3, 9, 1975 May, September 20

Volume 5, Numbers 4, 5, 1977 April, May

Reel 7 Item 109

We-Sa-MI-Dons (We-Sam-I-Dong)

Volumes 18, 19, 22, 1969 May, June, September

Volumes 26-31, 1970 February-July

Reel 7 Item 110

WIDC (Wisconsin Indian Development Corporation) Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1, 1976 January 1

Reel 7 Item 111

Wisconsin Indian Youth Council Newsletter

1963 January 14

Volume II, Number 1, 1963 December 19

Volume II, Number 2, 1964 March 20

1964 December 31

Volume III, Number I, 1965 October

Volume III, Number II, 1966 March

Volume V, Numbers 1, 2 (2 issues), 1966 December 15

Volume V, Number 2 (2 issues), 1967 March, May

Volume 6, Number 1, 1968 November

Volume 6, Numbers 2-3, 1969 April 28, August

Reel 7 Item 112

WIYC (Wisconsin Indian Youth Council) Indian Council Talk, Volume 7, Number 1, 1969 December

Reel 7

Wisconsin Indians Research Institute, Journal, Volume 1,

Item 113

Numbers 1, 2, 1965 March, October

Reel 7 Item 114

Wisconsin Indians Research Institute, Newsletter, Volume I, Numbers 1, 2, 1965 September, October

Reel 7 Item 115

WNASA (Wisconsin Native American Student Association) Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1, 1972 May 1

Reel 7 Item 116

Wisconsin Tribal Women's News - Najinakwe

Volume I, Number I, 1974 October

Volume I, Number II, 1975 July

Reel 7 Item 117

Wood County Inter-Tribal Council Newsletter, Volume 1, Numbers 1, 2, 1965 March 31, April

Reel 7 Item 118

Youth, Volume 24, Number 11, 1973 November

Miscellaneous

Reel 7 Item 119

Hazeltine, Mary Emogene, One Hundred Years of Wisconsin Authorship, 1836-1937 (Wisconsin Library Association, 1937 October). Parts I and II

Reel 7 Item 120

Office of Economic Opportunity, The Quiet Revolution, 1967

Reel 7 Item 121

“Indian Education in Minnesota,” Minneapolis Tribune Picture Sunday Magazine, 1969 March 16, 23

Eau Claire Mss AP

Series: Reference Files

Box 27 Folder 2

Adoption and Foster Care for Indian Children, circa 19611973

Box 27 Folder 3

Agriculture, undated

Box 27 Folder 4

Alcatraz Island, 1969

Box 27 Folder 5

Alcohol Abuse, circa 1970

Box 27 Folder 6

Algonquin Indians, undated

Box 27 Folder 7

American Indian Calendar, circa 1965

Box 27 Folder 8

“American Indian Civil Rights Handbook,” 1972

Box 27 Folder 9

Anderson, Jack--“Broken Treaties” articles, 1972-1973

Box 27 Folder 10

Apache Indians, 1968, 1970

Box 27 Folder 11

Apostle Islands, 1970

Box 27 Folder 12

Arapaho Indians, 1952

Box 27 Folder 13

Araucanian Indians (Chile), 1966

Box 27 Folder 14

Archeological Digs, 1961-1973

Box 27 Folder 15

Artichoker Family, circa 1965

Box 27 Folder 16

Arts and Crafts, circa 1967-1971

Box 27 Folder 17

Ashland County--Indian Relief, 1957-1959

Box 27 Folder 18

Barron County Indians, 1945, 1967

Bibliographies and Reading Lists

Box 27 Folder 19

“The American Indian,” 1966

Box 27 Folder 20

“American Indian Education: A Selected Bibliography, Supplement Number 2,” 1971

Box 28 Folder 1

“Attitudes of the Poor and Attitudes Toward the Poor: An Annotated Bibliography,” 1975

Box 28 Folder 2

“Bibliography of North American Art,” circa 1958

Box 28 Folder 3

Chippewa Indians, circa 1962

Box 28 Folder 4

“Community Development in Urban Areas: A Summary of Pertinent Journal Articles and Book Chapters,” 1969

Box 28 Folder 5

Indian Children Stories, 1972

Box 28 Folder 6

“Indians: References for Young Students,” 1967

Box 28 Folder 7

Ojibwa Indians, undated

Box 28 Folder 8

“Publications Pricelist: Bureau of Indian Affairs,” 1965

Box 28 Folder 9

“Suggested Books for Indian Schools,” 1965

Box 28 Folder 10

“Treatment of Minorities in Published and Locally Developed Instructional Materials,” 1967

Box 28 Folder 11

Urban Migration and Adjustment of American Indians, circa 1968

Box 28 Folder 12

Miscellany, circa 1963 - circa 1972

Box 28 Folder 13

Related Correspondence and Reviews, circa 1965-1971

Box 28 Folder 14

Blackfoot Indians, undated

Box 28 Folder 15

Bureau of Indian Affairs--Articles about, circa 1966-1970

Box 28 Folder 1617

Canadian Indians, circa 1962-1969

Box 29 Folder 1

Capital Punishment, 1968-1969

Box 29 Folder 2

Catlin, George--“Gathering of the Tribes,” undated

Box 29 Folder 3

Cherokee Indians, circa 1962-1969

Box 29 Folder 4

The Chieftones, 1967-1968

Box 29 Folder 5

Chippewa Indians, circa 1951-1970

Box 29 Folder 6

Citizenship, 1961-1965

Box 29 Folder 7

Columbia River Indians, 1970

Box 29 Folder 8

Community Centers, 1969

Box 29

Community Development, 1965

Folder 9

Box 29 Folder 10

Counseling, 1965

Box 29 Folder 11

Cree Indians, 1962, 1966

Box 29 Folder 12

Custer Television Series, 1967

Box 29 Folder 13

Deer, Ada, circa 1967-1973

Box 29 Folder 14

Deer, Constance, circa 1963-1969

Box 29 Folder 15

Eau Claire--Welfare Dept. Study, circa 1965

Box 29 Folder 16

Eau Claire County--Public Child Welfare Program Report, circa 1949

Box 29 Folder 17

Eau Claire County--Social Profile, 1969

Box 29 Folder 18

Eau Claire Indians, 1964

Box 29 Folder 19

Encounter Teams--Indian Information, circa 1970

Box 29 Folder 20

“Equal Opportunity in Wisconsin,” 1965 February

Box 29 Folder 21

Eskimos, circa 1966

Box 29 Folder 22

Farm Security Administration Lands, StockbridgeMunsee, and others, undated

Box 29 Folder 23

Federal Government and the American Indian, circa 1960-1968

Box 29 Folder 24

“Federal Programs for Economic Development of Indian Reservations,” 1973

Box 29 Folder 25

Films and Music, circa 1966-1973

Box 29 Folder 26

Fox Indians, 1957

Box 29 Folder 27

Gokee, Victoria--“Anne Gokee: Cousin of the Legendary Indian Hiawatha,” undated

Box 29 Folder 28

Havasupai Indians (Arizona), 1974

Box 29 Folder 29

Hayward, Wisconsin, undated

Box 30 Folder 1

Health Care, circa 1961-1968

Box 30 Folder 2

Horn, Khan-Tineta, 1964

Box 30 Folder 3

“Indian American Issues,” undated

Box 30 Folder 4

Indian Ceremonials, 1963, 1964

Box 30 Folder 5

Indian Childhood, circa 1963-1966

Box 30 Folder 6

Indian Cultural Center Proposal, 1969

Box 30 Folder 7

Indian Culture and Heritage, circa 1956-1971

Box 30 Folder 8

Indian Dance, circa 1964

Box 30 Folder 9

Indian Economic Development Act of 1967

Box 30 Folder 10

Indian Employment, circa 1966-1968

Box 30 Folder 11

Indian Games, 1965

Indian Health

Box 30 Folder 12

Alcoholism and Drinking, 1964-1969

Box 30 Folder 13

Children and Child Welfare, 1961-1972

Box 30 Folder 14

Delinquency and Prevention, circa 1969-1972

Box 30 Folder 15

Diseases, 1969

Box 30 Folder 16

Government Programs, circa 1964-1973

Box 30 Folder 17

Suicide, circa 1968

Box 31 Folder 1

Miscellany, circa 1972

Box 31 Folder 2

Indian History, circa 1960-1970

Box 31 Folder 3

Indian Housing, 1961-1966

Box 31 Folder 4

Indian Languages, 1962

Box 31 Folder 5

Indian Leadership, 1969

Box 31 Folder 6

Indian Literature, undated

Box 31 Folder 7

Indian Philosophy, 1962-1966

Box 31 Folder 8

Indian Politics, Militancy and Protest, 1948-1973

Box 31 Folder 9

Indian Population Statistics, 1950, 1960-1965

Box 31 Folder 10

Indian Religious Practices, circa 1962-1967

Box 31 Folder 11

Indian Reservations, 1964

Box 31 Folder 12

Indian Resources Development Act of 1967

Box 31 Folder 13

Indian Ricing, 1967-1969

Box 31 Folder 14

Indian Settlements in Wisconsin--Map, 1962

Box 31 Folder 15

Indian Symbols, undated

Box 31 Folder 16

Indian-White Relations, 1952-1970

Box 31 Folder 17

Indian Wilderness Camps, 1965

Box 31 Folder 18

Indian Youth, circa 1967

Box 31 Folder 19

“The Indian and the Great Society,” Series of Articles, 1966

Box 31 Folder 20

Johnson, Lyndon--“The Forgotten American,” 1968 March 6

Box 31 Folder 21

Krueger, Bernard W.--“The Teton Dakota Sun Dance Ceremony...,” M.A. Thesis, 1972

Box 31 Folder 22

Lac Courte Oreilles Indian Reservation (Chippewa), 1961-1969

Box 31 Folder 23

Lac du Flambeau (Chippewa) Indians, 1964-1969

Box 31 Folder 24

Land Ownership, circa 1957-1967

Legislation

Box 31 Folder 25

Indian Issues, circa 1957-1967

Box 31 Folder 26

Indian Poverty and Health, 1964

Box 31 Folder 27

Wisconsin Indians, 1961, 1964

Box 31 Folder 28

Louisa M. Wilcox Memorial Fund, 1969-1970

Box 31 Folder 29

Lund, Henriette, 1970

Box 31 Folder 30

Lurie, Nancy Oestreich--Miscellaneous Publications, 1962-1973

Mailing Lists

Box 32 Folder 1

Indian Mailing List--to 1961 January 16

Box 32 Folder 2-5

Indian Material List, 1965, 1967-1969

Box 32 Folder 6

School Executives Directory, 1969-1970

Box 32 Folder 7-8

Miscellaneous Organizations, 1961-circa 1972

Box 32 Folder 9

A Man Called Horse--Criticisms of the Movie, 1970

Box 32

Maps--Indian Populations, 1954, 1957

Folder 10

Menominee Indians

Box 32 Folder 11

Ames, David W. and Burton R. Fisher--“The Menominee Termination Crisis...,” circa 1961

Box 32 Folder 12

“The Effects of Termination on the Menominee,” (Testimony on Senate Concurrent Resolution 26), 1971 July 21

Box 32 Folder 13

Hilger, Sister M. Inez--“Some Early Customs of the Menomini Indians,” 1960

Box 32 Folder 14

Orfield, Gary--“The War on Menominee Poverty,” 1966 May

Box 32 Folder 15

Report on a Study of Services for Children and Youth on the Menominee Indian Reservation, 1953

Box 32 Folder 16

Termination and Restoration, 1958-circa 1973

Box 33 Folder 1

Miller, Arvid E.--Speeches, undated

Box 33 Folder 2

Milwaukee Indians, circa 1968-1969

Box 33 Folder 3

Minneapolis Indians, circa 1968-1969

Box 33 Folder 4

Minnesota Indians, circa 1961-1969

Box 33 Folder 5

Minority Rights, circa 1971

Box 33 Folder 6

“Minority and Women Referral System,” 1973 March

Box 33 Folder 7

Missions and Ministry to the American Indians, circa 1958-1969

Box 33 Folder 8

Mohawk Indians, 1970

Box 33 Folder 9

Momaday, Al, 1970

Box 33 Folder 10

Moral Re-Armament, 1964

Box 33 Folder 11

Nash, Philleo, miscellaneous speeches and remarks, 1963-1965

Box 33 Folder 12

Navajo Indians, circa 1961-1971

Box 33 Folder 13

“The New Frontier in Indian Affairs,” circa 1960

Box 33 Folder 14

New Mexico Indians, 1965

Box 33 Folder 15

News clippings, 1968-1969

News Releases

Box 33 Folder 16

American Indian Press Association News Service, 19711972

Box 34 Folder 1

Dept. of the Interior, 1969-1973

Box 34 Folder 2

Nixon, Richard M.--“A New Era for the American Indians,” 1970 July 8

Box 34 Folder 3

Nursing Careers, 1961, 1963

Odanah Indians

Box 34 Folder 4

Badger Crafts Cooperative, circa 1960-1961

Box 34 Folder 5

Census Reports, 1960-1961

Box 34 Folder 6

Correspondence and news clippings, 1966-1968

Box 34 Folder 7

Cultural-Religious Center, circa 1971

Box 34 Folder 8

Emergency Waste Disposal Project, 1965

Box 34 Folder 9

Flood Control, 1960-1965

Box 34 Folder 10

“Land Tenure Problems in the Bad River Indian Reservation of Wisconsin,” 1955

Box 34 Folder 11

Odanah Youth Council, 1959-1966

Box 34 Folder 12

St. Mary's Indian School, 1969

Box 34

Miscellany, 1956-circa 1964

Folder 13

Box 34 Folder 14

Ojibwa Indians, circa 1962-1968

Box 34 Folder 15

Oklahoma Indians, circa 1968

Box 34 Folder 16

Oneida Indians--Youth Conference, 1965-1966, 1971

Box 34 Folder 17

Pan-Indian Nationalism, 1969

Box 34 Folder 18

Parent Involvement, 1969

Box 34 Folder 19

Passamaquoddy Indian Reservation (Maine), 1969

Box 34 Folder 20

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (South Dakota), 1970

Plays

Box 34 Folder 21

Gurian, Jay, “Crashing Blood,” 1966-1967

Box 35 Folder 1

“Reverse History of the Coming of the Red Man,” 1961

Box 35 Folder 2

Untitled, undated

Box 35 Folder 3

Polk County Indians, 1963-1964

Box 35 Folder 4

Poverty, 1961-1968

Box 35 Folder 5

Pow-Wows, circa 1961-1975

Box 35 Folder 6

Program Development, 1965, 1969

Box 35 Folder 7

“Project Awareness” Summer Recreation Program, 1962

Box 35 Folder 8

Project Proposals, 1968-1970

Box 35 Folder 9

Pyramid Lake and Blue Lake Indians, 1967

Box 35

Red Cliff Indian Reservation, circa 1960-1970

Folder 10

St. Croix (Chippewa) Indians

Box 35 Folder 11

Cumberland Schools, 1964-1969

Box 35 Folder 12

Developmental Data and Proposed Indian Tribal Center, undated

Box 35 Folder 13

“Lost Tribe” Materials, 1961-1970

Box 35 Folder 14

Seneca Indians, circa 1961-1968

Box 35 Folder 15

Shoshone Indians, undated

Box 35 Folder 16

Sioux Indians, circa 1969

Box 35 Folder 17

Social Welfare, 1950-1970

Box 35 Folder 18

South Dakota Indians, circa 1961-1965

Box 35 Folder 19

Stand Rock Indian Ceremonial, Wisconsin Dells, undated

Box 35 Folder 20

States' Names--Indian Origins, undated

Box 35 Folder 21

Stockbridge-Munsee Community, 1963-1968

Box 35 Folder 22

Termination Issues, 1966

Box 35 Folder 23

Theater, circa 1972

Box 35 Folder 24

Tourism on Indian Reservations, 1965

Box 35 Folder 25

Towley, Louis Heiberg, 1946-circa 1961

Training Center for Community Programs (University of Minnesota)

Box 35 Folder 26

“Attitudes and Characteristics of Selected Wisconsin Indians,” 1969

Box 35

“Attitudes of Minneapolis Agency Personnel Toward

Folder 27

Urban Indians,” 1968

Box 36 Folder 1

“Barrow and Kotzebue: An Exploratory Comparison of Acculturatic and Education in Two Large Northwestern Alaska Villages,” 1969

Box 36 Folder 2

“Characteristics and Attitudes of 1963 Haskell Institute Students,” 1970

Box 36 Folder 3

“Education and the Disadvantaged Child: A Book of Readings,” circa 1966

Box 36 Folder 4

“Education-Related Preferences and Characteristics of College-Aspiring Urban Indian Teenagers: A Preliminary Report,” 1969

Box 36 Folder 5

“Evaluation Report: 1968-1969 University of Minnesota Cultural Education Specialist and Associate Program,” 1969

Box 36 Folder 6

“Indian Americans in Chicago,” 1968

Box 36 Folder 7

“Indian Americans in Dallas...,” 1969

Box 36 Folder 8

“Indian Employment in Minneapolis,” 1968

Box 36 Folder 9

“Indian Housing in Minneapolis and St. Paul,” 1969

Box 36 Folder 10

“The Indian Relief Recipient in Minneapolis: An Exploratory Study,” 1969

Box 37 Folder 1

“Minnesota Indian Resources Directory,” circa 1967

Box 37 Folder 2

“Proposal for a Reservation--Urban American Indian Affairs Center at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,” 1969

Box 37 Folder 3

“The Social Programs and Political Styles of Minneapolis Indians: An Interim Report,” 1969

Box 37 Folder 4

Urban Indians, circa 1953-1970

Box 37 Folder 5

Vocational Opportunities, 1966

Volunteer Programs

Box 37 Folder 6

Papal Volunteers, undated

Box 37 Folder 7

Student Youth Volunteers, 1967

Box 37 Folder 8

Volunteers-Eau Claire Area, 1965-1969

Box 37 Folder 9

Whitehawk, Thomas, murder case, 1968-1969

Box 37 Folder 10

Wind River Reservation, (Arapaho and Shoshone Indians), 1969

Winnebago Indians

Box 37 Folder 11

Campaign for Human Development Committee, 1971

Box 37 Folder 12

Constitution and Bylaws of the Wisconsin Winnebago Tribe, 1963 January 19

Box 37 Folder 13

Dells Indian Club, 1969

Box 37 Folder 14

Lurie, Nancy Oestreich--“Winnebago History and Culture,” 1968

Box 37 Folder 15

Native American Church, 1964

Box 37 Folder 16

Tribal Enrollment, 1963

Box 37 Folder 17

Winnebago Appreciation Day, 1966

Box 37 Folder 18

Winnebago Indian Mission Church, 1962, 1968

Box 37 Folder 19

Wisconsin Winnebago Project Reports, 1963-1966

Box 37 Folder 20

Wisconsin Winnebago Student Conference, 1964-1968

Box 37 Folder 21

Miscellany, 1961-1972

Box 37 Folder 22

Wisconsin Indian Head Country, 1965, 1969

Box 37 Folder 23

Wisconsin Indian Organizations, 1966

Box 37 Folder 24

Wisconsin Indian Place-Names, 1948

Box 37 Folder 25

Wisconsin Indian Population Statistics

Wisconsin Indians

Box 37 Folder 26

1959-1961

Box 38 Folder 1

1962-circa 1969

Box 38 Folder 2

Wood County Indians, 1965

Box 38 Folder 3

Wounded Knee, 1973

Box 38 Folder 4

Yellow River Dam, circa 1966-1968

Box 38 Folder 5

Zuni Indians, 1971

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