Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The American Indian Oral History collection contains recorded interviews with and about Native Americans. There were 904 recordings collected by the University of New Mexico between 1967-1972. The bulk of the interviews contain oral traditions and recollections from Navajos and Pueblos. Transcripts are available for most of the recordings.
Abstract Photographs of Hispanic and Indian peoples, landscapes, and cultural life of New Mexico from the 1920s to approximately 1945.
Scope and Content Collection consists of a broad range of materials from Hagerman's tenure as an Indian Commissioner. Includes congressional hearings and bills, speeches, reports, government publications, minutes of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, and annual reports of the Secretary of the Interior, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, the Board of Indian Commissioners, and the Board of Directors of the Indian Rights Association. Most of the materials concern the Pueblo and Navajo Indians and issues such as...
Abstract This collection contains photographs taken by Lee Marmon throughout his life. These include images of elders and community members from Laguna and Acoma Pueblos, visual documentation of uranium mines and mills throughout New Mexico, photos of fashion and social life in 1960s and 1970s Palm Springs, CA, among other things.
Abstract The Steck Papers contain correspondence and business records relating to Steck's tenure as Indian Agent and Superintendent of Indian Affairs for New Mexico. Also contains records of his involvement with the New Mexico Mining Company and with railroad operations in Pennsylvania.
Dates: 1839-1933 (bulk 1852-1880)
Abstract Collection comprises materials from the Circle of Light Navajo Educational Project’s traveling exhibit entitled “Our Fathers, Our Grandfathers, Our Heroes; the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II”.
Dates: ca. 2001-2011
Abstract The collection consists of an audio interview with Richard Wetherill II, conducted by Richard Sandlin in December 1977. The interview gives insight into the Wetherill family, relationships with the Navajo, and life in the Southwest during the early-mid 20th century.
Dates: 1977 December 1-4
Identifier: MSS -1003-BC
Abstract Collection comprises a range of materials collected by Gallup, New Mexico educator and historian Sally Noe related to the history of Fort Wingate, New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains records of the Tonantzin Land Institute, an indigenous peoples advocacy organization founded in 1982. The records deal with a number of social and political issues relating to land, water, and community organizing, as well as administrative aspects of the Institute.
Dates: 1911-2000; Majority of material found within 1981-1997
Scope and Content The Soil Conservation Service Records consist of twenty-two boxes which were originally part of the Soil Conservation Service's Southwest Region library in Albuquerque. The Southwest Region, Region 8, covered Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. Original library catalog numbers appear in the contents list under each entry. The collection contains reports, maps, photographs, soil surveys, and diagrams for areas in the Southwest Region. Work plans and programs for the soil...
Scope and Content The content of this collection is held within ten (I to X) series. Series I contains personal correspondence from all aspects of Zimmerman's life. Series II is made up of official correspondence from his tenure at the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Bureau of Land Management. Series III contains subject files in chronological order, beginning with files which did not have dates. Series IV has information regarding Tribal and Reservation issues, in alphabetical order. The end of...