Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Association
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains pamphlets related to Albuquerque and New Mexico. Topics range from political campaigns to national parks and monuments, and conferences convening in this area. Many pamphlets are aimed toward prospective residents, tourists, and health-seeking visitors to New Mexico.
Abstract Photographs of Hispanic and Indian peoples, landscapes, and cultural life of New Mexico from the 1920s to approximately 1945.
Scope and Content This collection contains 36 sound tapes of ceremonial dances recorded in the field during the 44th Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial, held in Gallup, N.M., August 12-15, 1965. The tapes contain music from Native American peoples from Mexico and across the United States, including the Southwest, Plains, Pacific Coast and Southeast. Twenty eight tribes are represented in the collection which has been arranged alphabetically by tribe. Also on the tapes there are descriptions of the types of dances...
Dates: August 12-15, 1965
Identifier: AC 002
Scope and Content Ralph H. Anderson was a photographer and employee of the National Park Service. The collection includes correspondence, business records, programs, articles, clippings and publications. The collection was transferred from the Photo Archives and includes material from the 1930's to the 1970's.
Scope and Content Included are ten photocopied volumes, all prepared by Herbert C. Stacher around a specific theme. Most of the volumes are either autobiographical, or contain information about his father, Samuel Franklin Stacher. They include family recollections, photographs, genealogical information, and copies of original documents relating to the Stacher family. Three of the volumes relate to coal mining in the Gallup, New Mexico area. Included is a history of the Gallup Southwestern Coal...
Dates: 1940-1982; Majority of material found in 1980-1982
Abstract The collection focuses on Sterling Fluharty's research and writings on Native American student movements, particularly the National Indian Youth Council. Fluharty's time as a Mormon missionary on the Navajo Indian reservation is also documented.