Anne M. Smith Collection
Identifier: AC 213
Scope and Content
Collection contains records, interview transcripts, brochures, studies, and writings pertaining to public health and other aspects of Native American tribal lives.
Language of Materials
Duplication allowed for research purposes. User responsible for all copyright compliance.
History of Collection
Anne E. Smith, Ph.D., played a dominant role during the middle years of the Twentieth Century in the development of the Public Health Nursing program in New Mexico and adjacent states, and in exposing and correcting misconceptions on the part of many Native Americans as to the nature and home treatment of tuberculosis and diseases of childhood.
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- Fray Angélico Chávez History Library
- The Palace of the Governors
- P.O. Box 2087
- Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-2087, U.S.A.
- Phone: (+)505.476.5090
- Fax: (+)505.476.5093
- Email: email@example.com
- URL: www.palaceofthegovernors.org
- Alcoholism -- New Mexico -- Gallup
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Economic conditions
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Education
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Health and hygiene
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Social conditions
- Public health -- New Mexico
- Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Economic conditions
- Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Education
- Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Health and hygiene
- Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Social conditions
- Guide to the Anne M. Smith Collection, 1961-1965
- Edited Full Draft
- Processed by Library Staff
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid is in English
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