Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1934-
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains papers of Carol Sullivan, an anthropologist, who did extensive research on the American Indian Movement (AIM), especially the 1973 occupation of Wounded Knee at Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Other topics include AIDS, Amazon region (Brazil), Chiapas, corrections and mental health, Grants and Gallup area mining and general history.
Dates: 1923-2014; Majority of material found within 1973-2000
Identifier: MSS -229 -BC
Scope and Content This collection consists of 131 items in three folders. The first folder contains printed material including Christmas cards and postcards, resort and publicity brochures from New Mexico, Arizona, Indiana and Florida, as well as miscellaneous programs. Most of the correspondence, articles and other papers in the second folder relate to Faris' career with the United States Office of Indian Affairs and the Indian Rights Association. There is also material about Chief Washakie and Sacajawea, whom...
Scope and Content The Glenn L. Emmons papers primarily document Emmons' tenure as Commissioner of Indian Affairs (1953-1961). The collection also contains biographical background, personal miscellany, and a small amount of banking-related materials. The collection is divided into the following series: Personal Papers Indian Affairs - Appointment correspondence and speeches Indian Affairs -...
Dates: 1922-1983; Majority of material found in 1953-1960
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...