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Section 001

 

Assiniboine,

001.001.001

1. "$1 Million In Treaty Money Paid Indian," Fort Belknap, Harlem News, Harlem Montana, 7/26/73.

001.001.002

2. "Misunderstanding Among Assiniboines," letter to the editor, Wotanin Wowapi, Fort Peck, 12/10/82, treaty committee, tribal government, Fort Belknap Reservation.

001.001.003

3. "Assiniboine," Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part I, no date, history.

 

Caddo,

001.002.001

1. "Caddo," Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part I, page 179, no date, history.

 

Cahuilla Agua Caliente,

001.003.001

1. "Indian Question--some proposals," Daily Press Enterprise, Riverside, California, no date, guardianship-conservatorship program, Palm Springs, land, politics.

001.003.002

2. "Palm Springs council, Indians resolve to improve relations," Daily , Riverside, California, 7/7/64, "Grievances to be told by Indians," Desert Sun, Palm Springs, 7/3/64, land use issues.

001.003.003

3. "Indians to open canyons to wider use," Daily Enterprise, Riverside, California, 1/6/65, public use of Indian land.

001.003.004

4. "Lo! The Poor Indian Only a Joke in Palm Springs (They're Rich)," San Francisco Examiner, 11/26/61, Palm Springs, tribal land distribution, land leases.

001.003.005

5. "Right in Your Own Back Yard," Desert Sun, Palm Springs, California, 1/14/65, public use of Indian land.

001.003.006

6. "Guardian plan keeps Indians in dark, complains one rebel," Press Enterprise, Riverside, California, 8/6/67, Pete Siva questions conservatorship- guardianship program.

001.003.007

7. "Indian Business Affairs, Tunney says Congress must hold own probe," Press-Enterprise, Riverside, California, no date, Congressman John V. Tunney, launches congressional investigation of the guardianship- conservatorship program.

001.003.008

8. "Prominent Indian Is Found Guilty,"Press Enterprise, Riverside California, 9/15/28, Lee Arenas convicted of drunk driving.

001.003.009

9. "Indians threaten injunction," Desert Sun, Palm Springs, 7/7/64, "Indian Council to Wait, See," Desert Sun, Palm Springs, California, 7/8/64, threatened litigation over corporate jurisdiction of Indian lands.

001.003.010

10. "Tribe Blocks Decision on Canyon Care," Desert Sun, Palm Springs, California, 10/19/73, Tahquitz flood control project, tribal council control of lands.

001.003.011

11. Blueprint of Hot Springs Reservation, no date, 88 acres lot divisions, lot owner names.

001.003.012

12. Handwritten notes, no date, real estate transaction, Hot Springs.

001.003.013

13. Pamphlet, "National Parks or National Fairness," Palm Canyon, pro- Indian opinion.

001.003.014

14. "Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians," list of conservators, guardians, allotment numbers, names and addresses, no date.

 

Cayuga,

001.004.001

1. "Tribal laws a threat to conservation," Sunday Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York, 8/5/84, Cayuga Indian land claim settlement, opposition from sportsmen.

 

Cherokee Oklahoma,

001.005.001

1. Correspondence, to Wassaja from Dewey Albertz, 12/20/77, Cherokee constitutions, Ross Swimmer, tribal elections.

001.005.002

2. Correspondence to Wassaja/Rupert Costo from Robert J. Conley former proposal writer for Cherokee Nation, no date, political accusations against Ross Swimmer.

001.005.003

3. Correspondence to Wassaja from Sandy Hansen, personnel director, Cherokee Nation, 8/3/82, job search for director of Tribal Service and Community Development.

001.005.004

4. Correspondence to Wassaja from George Wickliffe, no date, concerning lawsuit and Cherokee elections.

001.005.005

5. Correspondence to Nellie Basso from Alene Simpson, librarian, Oklahoma Historical Society, 10/13/65, bibliography of materials printed at Park hill Mission.

001.005.006

6. Correspondence to member from the Cherokee Nation Historical Society, no date, form letter.

001.005.007

7. Correspondence to Muskogee Area Director from Acting Deputy Commissioner, U.S. Department of the Interior, 5/29/79, United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees, recognition and separate funding.

001.005.008

8. Correspondence to Council Members from Ross Swimmer, 2/20/79, memorandum opposition to recognition of Georgia tribe of Eastern Cherokee.

001.005.009

9. Correspondence to James Gordon, Chief of United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees from Area Director, Bureau of Indain Affairs, Department of the Interior, 6/19/79, cover letter for copy of memorandum described in document.

001.005.010

10. Correspondence to Dewey Alberty from Harley G. Little, Area Tribal Operations Officer, BIA, Department of the Interior, 10/27/77, copy of an opinion from the field soliciter concerning Cherokee tribal membership.

001.005.011

11. Correspondence to Wassaja from Rebekah L. Cross, Secretary of the American Indian Movement, 8/8/75, concerning Cherokee election corruption, Ross Swimmer, a list of news articles from Oklahoma papers and an AIM policy statement issued by Cross.

001.005.012

12. Correspondence to Editor from Chief Montzuma, Etowah Cherokee Nation of Georgia, 6/19/75, concerning Levi Walker not being an Uncle Tom.

001.005.013

13. "Cherokee Representatives Support Election Petition," Tulsa World, Tulsa Oklahoma, 1/8/78, dispute over election of Ross Swimmer, actions by Cherokees for Responsible Government, Dewey Alberty, Ross Hair.

001.005.014

14. "Settlement gets Cherokee Council nod," Tulsa World, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1/15/78, northern Arkansas riverbed.

001.005.015

15. "Enthusiastic Worker: Indian Problems Become Her Own," The Local Review, Park Ridge, New Jersey, 1/4/73, Save the Children Foundation and the efforts of Louise Seager and reservation children.

001.005.016

16. "Search for ancestors' burial places leads to major project," Daily Times, Pryor, Oklahoma, 1/9/73, The American Indian Institute at Oklahoma University funding of "Our People and Where They Rest," a multi-volume set of records of grave site in twelve northeastern Oklahoma counties.

001.005.017

17. "Keeler Scouts Business In Behalf of Cherokees," Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 5/24/74, W.W. Keeler, Cherokee investments and acquisitions.

001.005.018

18. Group of copies of news clippings, Oklahoma, 8/3/75-8/7/75, Ross Swimmer, Cherokee elections.

001.005.019

19. Thesis, The University of Tulsa, "The Keetoowah Society in Cherokee History," by Howard Q. Tyner, 1949, 147 pages including bibliography.

001.005.020

20. "The Cherokee, Answers to Questions Often Asked," report prepared by American Indian Historical Society, no date, history.

001.005.021

21. Copy Cherokee alphabet, Cherokee Lord's Prayer, no date.

001.005.022

22. Copy of Cherokee Almananc, c. 1840.

001.005.023

23. Copy of a Complaint, to Tribal election Committee, from Agnes Cowen, candidate for Deputy Principal Chief, 6/19/79.

001.005.024

24. Copy of resolution number 06-02-79-06 regarding United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, 6/2/79.

001.005.025

25. Copy of manuscript, "Epilogue," authors (?) Tucker- Ghigau, includes "Before The Trail of Tears Timeline" and bibliography, no date, history.

001.005.026

26. Publication, "To Live in Two Worlds: An information Bulletin," distributed by Cherokee Bilingual Education Program, November 1974, description of the program.

001.005.027

27. Publication, "Unto These Hills; A Drama of the Cherokee Indian," program for a play, no date, published by Cherokee Historical Association.

001.005.028

28. Publication, "Cherokee Indian Village News," Cherokee museum membership newsletter, no date.

001.005.029

29. Postcard, seal of the Cherokee Nation, no date.

001.005.030

30. The Lord's Prayer in Cherokee, no date.

001.005.031

31. Map of former Cherokee lands and Trail of Tears, no date.

001.005.032

32. Diagram of Cherokee electric typewriter keyboard, no date

001.005.033

33. Pages form Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXXVI, Number 1, September 1977, "Fort Wayne and Border Violence, 1840-1847," by Daniel F. Littlefield and Lonnie F. Underhill, history.

 

Cherokee North Carolina,

001.006.001

1. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry, American Indian Historical Society from "unreadable," dated 2/1/76, a field study course on Cherokee history, syllabus and itinerary.

001.006.002

2. "The Cherokees: Still Proud, Still Protected," The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Georgia, 11/23/75, Cherokee tourism, includes photos.

001.006.003

3. Publication, "The Cherokee One Feather," published by the Tribal council of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, 5/4/73.

001.006.004

4. Publication, "Southeastern Cherokee Confederacy, Inc. News," published by the National Tribal Office, Georgia, 8/81.

001.006.005

5. Map, "Territorial Limits Cherokee Nation of Indians," published by Smithsonian Institute of Ethnology, J.W.Powell, Director, C.C.Royce, mapmaker, 1884.

001.006.006

6. Map, "territory originally assigned the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi, published by Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of Ethnology, 1884, mapmaker, C.C.Royce.

001.006.007

7. Map, "All lands owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians," no date.

001.006.008

8. Thesis, The University of Oklahoma, "A Study of Rhetorical Style in the Messages of Principal Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation Between 1860 and 1880," by Nannie Flo Alien, 1949, 131 pages including bibliogaphy and appendices.

001.006.009

9. Copy of bibliography, no title, no date.

001.006.010

10. Copy of Eastern Band of Cherokee Tribal Government organization chart, no date.

001.006.011

11. Copy of Cherokee Council House Resolution, no number, 1974, naming of peaks for heroes.

 

Cheyenne Northern,

001.007.001

1. Publication, "The Morning Star People," Volume 12, Number 1, March 1975, published by St. Labre Indian School.

001.007.002

2. Publication, "The Circle: Dedication of the Church," no date, program with history of St. Labre Indian School, Montana.

001.007.003

3. Publication, "Newsletter," no date no publisher, cover states "help us help you understand coal matters on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation."

001.007.004

4. Personal correspondence to Rupert Costo from James Spear, June 22, 1975, Billings, Montana, concerns Cheyenne Sun Dance, Kit-Fox Society, tribal government, prison, Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, Title 25, Brotherhood of American Indians, coal, water, mineral issues.

001.007.005

5. Institutional correspondence to Rupert Costo, Wassaja from Joe Little Coyote, Sr., 8/5/75, Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association.

001.007.006

6. Correspondence to Dan Alford, Northern Cheyenee Bi-lingual Education from Reverend Emmett Hoffman, 5/20/75, concerns Joe Little Coyote and a disagreement at St. Labre.

001.007.007

7. Correspondence to Rupert Costo and the American Indian Historical Society from Reverend Emmett Hoffman, Director of St. Labre Indian School, Montana, 5/20/75, concerns Dan Alford and Joe Little Coyote disagreement, bi-lingual program.

001.007.008

8. Correspondence to unknown from Allen Rowland, President of the Northern Cheyenne tribe, Lame Deer, Montana, no date, meeting between tribes and coal companies in Washinton D.C.

001.007.009

9. Correspondence to "All Concerned" from Northern Cheyenne Council of Chiefs and Military Societies, 7/15/75, Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, concerns books, articles about Cheyenne spiritual customs and ceremonial ways by non-Indian authors, resolution by Elks, Kit-Fox, and Dog Soldier Societies against "Blood, Hail and Dragonflies,",manuscript by John H. Moore, original with signatures of headmen and chiefs.

001.007.010

10. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, American Indian Historical Society from Joe Little Coyote, Sr., Executive Director of the Northern Cheyenne Research and Development Association, 6/24/75, thank-you letter concerning peyote ceremony.

001.007.011

11. Correspondence to Bob Baily, Coordinator of Northern Cheyenne Research Project from Rupert Costo, 11/1/73 and correspondence from Bob Bailey to "Human Being," no date. Concerns strip-mining operations and gasification plants for Eastern Montana and the Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Rupert Costo's offer of help.

001.007.012

12. Correspondence to Joe Little Coyote, Executive Director, Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development association from Rupert Costo, American Indian Historical Society, 6/5/75, proposal about Council of Elders, recognition of traditional authority.

001.007.013

13. Correspondence to John from Rupert Costo, American Indian Historical Society, 6/5/75, building of a tribal hall and the Washington D.C. meeting.

001.007.014

14. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, the American Indian Historical Society from John Woodenlegs, Sr., 6/3/75, concerns "Cultural Policy Statement," alcoholism, James Spear.

001.007.015

15. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, from Joe Little Coyote, Northern Cheyenne Research and Development Association, 6/28/73, an invitation to a conference, Native American Church.

001.007.016

16. Correspondence to Allen Rowland from Rupert Costo, 5/24/74, concerns the valididty of the membership in the Cheyenne of John Freesoul McConnell.

001.007.017

17. Correspondence to John Woodenlegs from Rupert Costo, 5/22/72, concerns the disappointment with the Cheyenne in giving preference to whites at a meeting for the Native American Church.

001.007.018

18. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Michael Joseph Raymond, 3 enclosures, copies of news clippings, concerns coal industry, tribal factions, Rosebud Society, Cheyenne Reservation.

001.007.019

19. Correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo from Joe Little Coyote Sr, 3/12/76, concerns the collapse of the Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, threats against the author, through medicine or legally.

001.007.020

20. Correspondence to Harvey Jacobs, Project Officer, Office of Indian Education to Lucille Spear, Former Curriculum Coordinator, 12/31/75, quarterly report, details on the history of the Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, internal problems, John Woodenlegs, Joseph Little Coyote and curriculum based on Cheyenne culture.

001.007.021

21. Correspondence to Harvey Jacobs, Program Officer, from Joe Little Coyote, 2/9/76, concerns Northern Cheyenne Research and Development Association, quarterly technical report, answering accusations by James and Lucille Spear regarding internal problems with association, the Sacred Hat, Kit Fox Society, history of dispute.

001.007.022

22. Manuscripts, "The Cheyenne Women's Sewing Society," by Winfield W. Coleman, no date, history, designs and photo copies of sewn articles, bibliography.

001.007.023

23. Report, "The Cheyenne: some information about the Cheyenne Indians," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history.

001.007.024

24. Transcript, "Meeting of the Northern Cheyenne and the Southern Cheyenne with Douglas Latimer, representative of Harper and Row," 6/21/74, concerns objection to planned publication of book, "Seven Arrows," includes handwritten notes of meeting and typed transcript.

001.007.025

25. Copy, article, "The Battle of Lame Deer: One hundred years after Custer's last stand, American Indians are preparing for a big battle against big government and big business," James Ridgeway, Penthouse Magazine, no date, coal mining on reservation lands.

001.007.026

26. Copy, article, "Suicide Among Cheyenne Indians," Larry H. Dizmang, M.D., no date, Bulletin of Suicidology, National Institute of Mental Health.

001.007.027

27. Copy, news clipping, "Indian coal keeps heat on the BIA," 6/17/73, Billings Gazette.

001.007.028

28. Copy, Northern Cheyenne "Cultural Policy Statement" issued by the Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, 7/75, signed by Joe Tall Bull Sr., Grover Wolf Voice, Charles White Dirt, Alex Spotted Elk, Frank Walks Last, appointing a delegation for Washington D.C. consisting of Joe Little Coyote Sr., George Elk Shoulder, Sr. James Spear, John Wooden Legs, Ernest King.

001.007.029

29. Copy, "Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, Inc. Board of Directory Meeting," 9/9/75, minutes, finances.

001.007.030

30. Northern Cheyenne Research and Development Association Resolution, 7/10/74, concerns manuscript for "Blood, Hail and Dragonflies," by John H. Moore objecting to its publication.

001.007.031

31. Copy of a resolution by the Tribal Council of the Northern Cheyenne, Lame Deer, 3/19/73, signed by Allen Rowland, President Tribal council, resolved to cancel all contracts with coal companies made by the Department of the interior for mining on reservation land.

001.007.032

32. Document, "Tribes Alert: an internal publication for member and for Native American tribes," published by AIH, 5/16/75, concerns publication of "Seven Arrows," by John Moore, signature of Jeannette Dulce Anna Marie Costakiktum.

001.007.033

33. Hearings agenda, handwritten notes, business card, Commission on Civil rights, 5/19/75.

001.007.034

34. News clipping, "Montana ripe for its own Wounded Knee", Helena Independent, Helena, Montana, 5/3/73, Indian militancy, AIM, Fort Peck, Flathead Reservation.

001.007.035

35. News clipping, "Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Meeting Minutes," Sho-ban News, 1/10/79.

001.007.036

36. News clipping, "Tribe confronts BIA Officials," no date, no source, coal leasing, air quality, water rights, oil, gas, litigation, mineral rights.

001.007.037

37. News clipping, "King Coal Is Making a Comeback," no date, no source, increasing coal production in the United States.

001.007.038

38. News clipping, "Busby School Gets Help From Falls Creek Planners," The Missoulian, Missoula, Montana, 9/2/73, education on Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

001.007.039

39. News Clipping, "Indians Challenge Mining," Star News, Washington D.C. 10/12/73, Northern Cheyenne, strip mining, President Nixon.

001.007.040

40. News clipping, "Tribe seeks to regulate use of roads," Register Guard, Eugene, Oregon, 4/30/78, Northern Cheyenne proposes issuing travel permits for access across reservation lands.

001.007.041

41. News clipping, "Plans to Mine Reservation Coal Attacked," The Missoulian, Missoula, Montana, 6/24/73, opposition to strip mining on reservation lands, Ray Spang.

001.007.042

42. News clipping, "Cheyenne won't boot miners," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 2/8/73, Northern Cheyenne want to share in profit from strip mining.

001.007.043

43.News clipping, "Northern Cheyenne Fight for Progress," Wassaja, 10/75, profit from strip mining versus destruction of reservation ecology.

001.007.044

44. News clipping, "Cheyenne Oppose Strip Mine Deals," no source, no date, Indian Council tells federal agency to cancel mineral leases.

001.007.045

45. News clipping, "The American Indian," Holiday, 2/56, photo series in news magazine, numerous tribal histories.

001.007.046

46. 13 photos of Northern Cheyenne delegation to Washington D.C., includes Joe Little Coyote, George Elk Shoulder, James Spear, Ernest King, Rupert Costo.

 

Cheyenne Education Conference,

001.008.001

1. Publication, "The Handbook of the Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association, Inc., Cheyenne Circle of Knowledge," created by the Association, no date, 44 pages cultural information, membership of military societies and tribal organization.

001.008.002

2. "The Fifth Annual Teachers Workshop," Lame Deer, Montana, 9/24/73, compilation of five position papers: "Cheyenne Ways & Traditions" by John Woodenlegs Sr, "Cultural Education" by Joe Little Coyote, "Higher Indian Education," by Alonzo Spang, "Who Benefits From Bilingual Education on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation?" by Dan Alford and "Curriculum Development" by Elsie Wick

001.008.003

3. Correspondence to Joe Little Coyote from Rupert Costo, 10/24/73, regarding the publication of the position papers mentioned above.

001.008.004

4. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Joe Little Coyote, 5/28/74, concerns publication of "Cheyenne Way of Life".

 

Cheyenne Southern,

001.009.001

1. News clipping, "Cheyenne Names That Are Seldom Heard Anymore," no date, no source, by George Harris.

001.009.002

2. Journal article, "Action Anthropology and the Southern Cheyenne," Karl H. Schlesier, Current Anthropology, Volume 15, Number 3, 9/74, anthropo- logical research of Southern Cheyenne from October 1971 to April 1973.

 

Cheyenne Southern Rejected as unauthorized, Lame Deer, 1975;

001.010.001

1. Copy typed manuscript, "Roy Nightwalker, Selling Oklahoma at Arrow renewal sight", 6/27/70, miscellaneous cultural information, ceremonies, oral history.

001.010.002

2. Handwritten copy of same document.

 

Cheyenne Arapaho Oklahoma,

001.011.001

1. Notice of Special Meeting of Tribal council of Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, Howard Goodbear, 11/4/75.

 

Chickasaw,

001.012.001

1. Publication, "The Chickasaw Newsletter," published by the Chickasaw Nation, Volume 1, Number 3, 7/72.

001.012.002

2. Publication, "The Chickasaw Newsletter," published by the Chickasaw Nation, Volume 2, Number 2, 6/73.

001.012.003

3. Publication, "The Chickasaw Newsletter," published by the Chickasaw Nation, Volume 3, Number 1, 1/74.

001.012.004

4. Pamphlet, Chickasaw Motor Inn, Oklahoma.

001.012.005

5. News clipping, "Governor James cites accomplishments during his seven year administration," biographical piece on Governor Overton James, no date.

001.012.006

6. News clipping, "Jobs, Skills, Homes for Oklahoma Indians" sponsored by the Chickasaw Indian Nation, no date.

001.012.007

7. Copy "United States Court of Appeals Number 79- 2127," Noel Morris v Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, 11/18/80, Chickasaw and Choctaw Nation, legitimacy of government and constitution, tribal funds.

001.012.008

8. Copy "United States Court in the Indian Territory, Central District," City of South McAlester versus the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, Number 3293, 1/21/03, fair compensation for Indian lands.

001.012.009

9. Copy "The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma," The Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations versus City of McAlester, 9/10/52, city use of reservation lands.

001.012.010

10. Copy of correspondence to Richard Pyle, U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of Oklahoma from Harold M.Schultz, Field Solicitor, Department of the Interior, 2/25/71, Choctaw and Chickasaw tribal land, McAlester watershed tract.

001.012.011

11. Copy of Memorandum to Superintendent, Talihina Agency from Area Director, U.S. Department of the Interior, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 3/22/73, Choctaw and Chickasaw tribal lands and the city of McAlester.

001.012.012

12. Copy of formal contest and cover letter to Jack Ellison, Area Director, BIA, Muskogee, Oklahoma from Charles Tate of Tate and Tate law offices, contesting the election of Chickasaw governor Overton James, 10/3/75.

001.012.013

13. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Charles Tate, Chickasaw attorney, 3/4/?, concerns the constitution and new elections.

001.012.014

14. Copy of correspondence to Morris Thompson, Commissioner of Indian Affairs from the Ardmore Chapter of he Choctaw-Chickasaw Alliance, Inc., 6/28/74 and copy of the legal analysis of the land problem with the city of McAlester.

001.012.015

15. Manuscript, "Cyrus Harris; First Governor of the Chickasaw Nation," by Harvel E. White, 7/15/74, history, biography.

001.012.016

16. Document by Charles Tate, candidate for Chickasaw governor, no date, a list of Chickasaw-Choctaw lands sold from 1943-1970, voter appeal.

001.012.017

17.Manuscript, "Cyrus Harris Reunion", by Harvel E. White, 7/15/74, an application for Chickasaw voter registration.

 

Chickasaw File #2,

001.013.001

1. Correspondence to Lee Cravatt and Clarence Porter, Carter County Chickasaw Tribal Council from Thomas Ellison, Area Director BIA. , Oklahoma, 9/4/73, concerns land dispute.

001.013.002

2. Correspondence to Thomas Ellison, Area Director, BIA from James Abourezk, U.S. Senator, 1/15/74, order to investigate allegations made regarding recall petitions and legitimacy of tribal elections.

001.013.003

3. Correspondence to Senator James Abourezk from unkown, 2/8/74, concerns the Chickasaw Motor Inn and criminal charges against Governor Overton James.

001.013.004

4. Correspondence to "Chickasaws and Choctaws", 3/1/74, the creation of the Choctaw-Chickasaw Alliance, water and land issues.

001.013.005

5. Correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo from Chuck (Charles ) Tate, 2/26/?, concerns rigged elections in Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations.

001.013.006

6. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tate, 6/18/75, concerns elections.

001.013.007

7. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tate, 7/1075, concerns election issues, land problems with McAlester.

001.013.008

8. Correspondence to "Friend" frm Governor Overton James, 8/1/75, voter appeal, politics.

001.013.009

9. Correspondence to "Chickasaws" from Charles Tate, 8/1/75, voter appeal, politics.

001.013.010

10. Correspondence to Jack Ellison, Area Director, BIA, Muskogee, Oklahoma from Charles Tate, 8/5/75, concerns formal protest regarding a list of absentee voters, tribal election absentee voters, election fraud.

001.013.011

11. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tate, 8/6/75, concerns upcoming Choctaw election.

001.013.012

12. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tate, 9/4/?, concerns an upcoming interview with Overton James and questions regarding Chickasaw Housing Authority, Chickasaw Motor Inn, and misappropriated tribal money.

001.013.013

13. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tate, 9/4/?, regarding the concession of a third candidate, Jerry Imotichey.

001.013.014

14. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Charles Tates, 10/8/?, concerns ACTION, a federal manpower agency.

001.013.015

15. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, Wassaja, from J.Y.Tomlinson, Chickasaw Nation headquarters, 5/14/79, concerns errors in Wassaja.

001.013.016

16. Correspondence and attached news clippings to Jeannette Costo from Juanita Tate, 7/5/79, concerns elections, Overton James, registration materials.

001.013.017

17. Publication, "The Newsletter of the Chickasaws," Volume 4, Number 3, 7/75, official publication of the Chickasaw tribe.

001.013.018

18. Publication, "The Chickasaw Independent: a newsletter of the Chickasaw people for constitutional government," published by Their Four Chickasaw Councils, Ardmore, Oklahoma, 4/79.

001.013.019

19. Publication, "The Chickasaw Times: Official Publication of the Chickasaw Tribe," Volume 8, Number 2, 4/1979.

001.013.020

20. News clipping, "Chickasaw Charges Journal Misuse," The Daily Ardmoreite, Ardmore, Oklahoma, 8/17/75, misuse of Chickasaw newsletter by Governor Overton James.

001.013.021

21. New clipping, "Chickasaws Without Constitution," Cherokee Advocate, 4/78, new constitution.

001.013.022

22. Group of news clippings, 8/6/79, Chickasaw Housing Authority, City of Ardmore.

001.013.023

23. Copy of "District court for the Twentieth Judicial District, Marietta, Love County, Oklahoma," Maymie McKey versus The Chickasaw Nation Housing Auhority, 2/10/76, complaint of fraud against the housing authority.

001.013.024

24. Copy "United States District Court for the District of Columbia," Daria Cravatt versus Cecil andrus, 5/3/79, registration fraud against Overton James.

001.013.025

25. Political advertisement, "The Truth", no date, no author, supports Overton.

001.013.026

26. Press Release, from Chickasaw Nation, Overton James, 8/18/75, concerns elections.

001.013.027

27. Handwritten note with Chickasaw election results, 9/3/?, Charles Tate.

001.013.028

28. Media release from Chickasaw Nation, Overton James, Governor, 9/22/75, federal contract resulting in a training program.

001.013.029

29. Pamphlet, Charles Tate, candidate for Chickasaw governor.

001.013.030

30. Correspondence to "Chickasaw Voters," from Overton James, political pamphlet attached, no date.

 

Chinook,

001.014.001

1. Copy of correspondence to Stephan Meriwether, Secretary, Chinook tribe from Catherine Herrold Troeh, Quinault Reservation, 4/24/76, concerns disposition of tribal funds.

 

Chippewa (Ojibwa),

01.0015.001

1. News clipping, "Indians Challenge DNR Fish Quotas," Sentinel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 4/20/73, fishing rights.

001.015.002

2. News clipping, "Social Call in the Land of the Ojibwas," Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 5/6/73, Lac Courte Oreilles Indian Reservation, history, culture.

001.015.003

3. News clipping, "The Chippewa People; The Many Faces of the Lac Court Oreilles,"The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 5/7/73, photo essay, history, culture.

001.015.004

4. New clipping, "The Chippewa Children; Youngsters Face Two Different Worlds,"The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 5/8/73, photo essay

001.015.005

5. New clipping, "The Chippewa Land; A Place of Quiet Woods and Water," The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 5/9/73, photo essay.

001.015.006

6. News Clipping, "Chippewa Leaders; When You Speak--I Hear You," The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee Wisconsin, 5/10/73, photo essay, tribal council, tribal leadership.

001.015.007

7. News clipping, "The Chippewa Customs; Chippewa Memories Stretch to a Distant Past," The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 5/11/73, photo essay.

001.015.008

8. News clipping, "Michigan marijuana laws, fishing rights; Indian reservation, jurisdiction tested," The Christian Science Monitor, 5/14/73, Sault Saint Marie, Michigan, law, Bay Mills Reservation.

001.015.009

9. News clipping, "Portage Complex Outlined," Duluth New Tribune, Duluth, Minnesota, 6/26/73, tourism, Economic Development Administration.

001.015.010

10. News clippings, "Leech Lake Indians net few fish, dollars," The Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5/23/73, fishing rights.

001.015.011

11. News clipping, "Saganing Indians feel cheated by rest of tribe," Times, Bay , Minnesota, 11/4/73, poverty on reservation, Isabella Reservation, tribal funds.

001.015.012

12. News clipping, "Indians Still Losing Land," Times, Bay City, Minnesota, 11/5/73, Saganing Reservation, Chippewa tribal dispute over land, funds, reservation poverty.

001.015.013

13. New clipping, "Valley Indian group called Saganing's best bet for help," Times, Bay city, Minnesota, 11/15/73, Saganing Reservation, Saginaw Valley Indian Association for non-reservation Chippewa .

001.015.014

14. News Clipping, "Life for Saganing Indians Constant Struggle to Survive," Times, Bay City, Minnesota, 11/11/73, depression, poverty.

001.015.015

15. New clipping, "Saganing: On the Trail of Broken Treaties," Times, Bay City, Minnesota, 11/25/73, as an example of U.S. neglect.

001.015.016

16. New clipping, "Beach cottages burned; 'radical' Chippewas blamed," News, Detroit, Michigan, 10/9/74, Kettle Point Reservation, tourism development near Indian lands met with arson.

001.015.017

17. News clipping, "Tribal Vote Ruled Valid," Minot Daily News, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 5/15/76, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, elections, Fabian Azure Belcourt.

001.015.018

18. New clipping, "Business committee heads chosen on 6 reservations," St. Paul Dispatch, St. Paul, Minnesota, 6/11/76, elections.

001.015.019

19. News clipping, "Tribe Mishandled Funds, Nelson Says," The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 9/14/77, Senator Gaylord Nelson, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Chippewa, audit, investigation .

001.015.020

20. News clipping, "Judge trims Indian rights," Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 3/29/79, Red Lake Band of Chippewa, fishing, hunting rights.

001.015.021

21. News clipping, "Maday will resign as head of Bad River Tribal council," Ashland Daily Press, Madison, Wisconsin, 4/8/78.

001.015.022

22. News clipping, "Clinic funding being sought by Flambeau Tribal Council," Lakeland Times-Minocqua, Madison, Wisconsin, 4/13/78, Lac du Flambeau, Tribal Council, Indian Health Service.

001.015.023

23. News clipping, "Wildcat: doing all possible on alleged misuse of funds," Lakeland Times-Minocqua, Madison, Wisconsin, 6/1/78, tribal funds, report of the investigation committee.

001.015.024

24. News clipping, "Mississippi Band Members Asked to File for Indian Judgement Act Funds," Cass County Independent, Walker, Minnesota, 3/29/79, Indian Judgement Funds Act, Lake Superior and Mississippi Bands of Chippewa, funding.

001.015.025

25. News clipping, "Plan set for dividing Chippewa funds," Enterprise, Park Rapids, Minnesota, 3/31/79, Lake Superior and Mississippi Bands.

001.015.026

26. New clipping, "Indian fishing, hunting face high court test," Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 4/6/79, Chippewa fishing and hunting rights.

001.015.027

27. Series of correspondence between Sanford Berman, Head Cataloger, Hennepin County Library , Jeannette Henry, Editor, Indian Historian Press, Clara Sue Kidwell, Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 4/18/73-8/28/73, concerns correct name use for Chippewa, Ojibwa, Anishinabe.

001.015.028

28. Correspondence to Editor of Wassaja from Harry Boness, President, Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, 7/3/74, resolution regarding inequalities in the administration of credit allowance for Civil Service Retirement.

001.015.029

29. Correspondence and attachments to Jeannette Henry, Editor, Wassaja f from George R. Cardinal, Headman Crane Clan, Legal Services, Lake Superior and Mississippi Bands of Chippewa, 2/13/78, concerns District Court decisions, fishing rights.

001.015.030

30. Publication, "Moccasin Telegraph," Volume 9, Number 2, 8/9/73, Portage, Minnesota,.

001.015.031

31. Publication, "Minnesota History; The Quarterly of the Minnesota Historical Society," Fall, 1971, Chippewa and Minnesota National Forest, land use, lumber rights.

001.015.032

32. Media Release, BIA, "Distribution Plan of Red Lakes Band Approved," 3/20/75, tribal money and distribution.

001.015.033

33. Media Release, Grand Portage Reservation Business Committee," no date, planned law suit against state of Minnesota, hunting, fishing rights.

001.015.034

34. Media Release, U.S. Department of the interior, BIA, "Enrollment Regulations for Chippewas Published," 4/28/78.

001.015.035

35. Legal motion, Minnesota Chippewa versus United States, 11/7/74.

001.015.036

36. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commissions, Order Dismissing Petition," Saginaw Chippewa Indians versus the United States, 10/17/73.

001.015.037

37. Legal document, "The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe versus Frank C. Carlucci,5/8/73, dismissal.

001.015.038

38. Resolution, Grand Portage Reservation, Civil Service Commission, 5/29/74.

001.015.039

39. Legal document, Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, 7/24/79, elections.

001.015.040

40. "United States Department of the Interior, BIA, Turtle Mountain Agency, Belcourt Minnesota, 1970, history, agency list, general information.

001.015.041

41. Manuscript, "Relief Funds Aid Chippewa winter," by Richard G. Kienitz of the Journal Staff, Reserve, Wisconsin, reservation poverty.

 

Chippewa-Red Lake, Minnesota,

001.016.001

1. News clipping, "Court upholds tribal auto license," no source, 2/77, Minnesota Supreme Court uphold Red Lake Chippewa right to issue license plates.

001.016.002

2. News clipping. "Indian suit starts to regain fishing and hunting rights," Sheaf, Warren, Minnesota, 3/28/79, Red Lake Reservation.

001.016.003

3. News clipping, "Judge rules on Red Lake fishing claim," Enterprise, Park Rapids, Minnesota, 3/31/79, judge ruled against Chippewa.

001.016.004

4. News clipping, "Red Lake officials share in over $170,000 in bonuses over 4 years," Bemidgi Pioneer, Bemidgi, Minnesota, 4/11/79, misuse of tribal funds, chart of payments to tribal employees.

001.016.005

5. News clipping, "Indian fishing, hunting rights in area denied by courts," Sheaf, Warren, Minnesota, 4/4/79, court rules against Red Lake Chippewa over hunting, fishing, ricing rights.

001.016.006

6. News clipping, "Red Lake violence caused by Spring Day--Indian Problem Needs to be 'Solved'," no source, 5/5/79, riots at Red Lake, objection to Indian handouts.

001.016.007

7. News clipping, "3 shot, jail burned in Red Lake siege," St. Paul Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 5/20/79, takeover resulting from suspension of tribal treasurer due to financial irregularities.

001.016.008

8. News clipping, "2 felt death was next as gun cocked 2nd time," St. Paul Sunday Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 5/20/79, reporter experience violence during Red Lake riot.

001.016.009

9. News clipping, "Uneasy peace restored; Red Lake dissidents to try to oust Jourdain", St. Paul Dispatch, St. Paul, Minnesota, 5/21/79, tribal council plan new elections.

001.016.010

10. News clipping, "Fires, shootings destroy much of Red Lake," Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5/21/79, photo essay of riot aftermath.

001.016.011

11. News clipping, "FBI agents arrive on reservation," The Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5/22/79, Harry Hanson welcomes investigation of FBI over BIA.

001.016.012

12. New clipping, "Red Lake still tense after late truce," The Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5/21/79, negotiations with FBI.

001.016.013

13. News clipping, "Treasurer bucked system in Red Lake," The Dispatch, 5/21/79, Stephanie Hanson exposes tribal misuse of funds by Roger Jourdain.

001.016.014

14. New clipping, "New reservation agent says federal funds were misused," Minneapolis Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 5/22/79, investigation at Red Lake, and report that Wisconsin Chippewa take over Bad River Reservation.

001.017.015

15. Media release, UPI, no date, details of Red Lake takeover.

001.016.016

16. Media release, "Indian Affairs, Head Issues Guidelines for BIA Red Lake Relationship," U.S. Department of the Interior, BIA, 7/11/79.

001.016.017

17. Media release, "Minnesota Tribe Gets EDA Grant for Job Planning," U.S. Department of Commerce, 8/13/75.

001.016.018

18. Media release, "EDA Approves Grant to Help Create Jobs on Minnesota Reservation," U.S. Department of Commerce, 7/29/75.

001.016.019

19. Correspondence, Jean Kraft to Wassaja, 5/24/79, concerning news clippings from Red Lake. 001.016.020 20. Document, "Summary of physical damage at Red Lake," no source, no date.

001.016.021

21. Document, "Red Lake Reservation", no date, no source, information on Red Lake Chippewa, history.

001.016.022

22. Document, "Indian New Notes," U.S. Department of the Interior, Volume 3, Number 29, 7/18/79, concerns Red Lake Chippewa investigation.

 

Chippewa-Cree, Rocky Boy, Montana,

001.017.001

1. Copy of a petition, 5/75, concerns Chippewa-Cree tribe of the Rocky Boy Reservation, Box Elder, Montana, requesting a formal congressional investigation into misuse of tribal funds.

001.017.0002

2. Correspondence to Boyd Romine, Superintendent Big Sandy Public Schools from Harold E. Gray, Director, Chippewa-Cree Research, Rocky Boy, School, 10/5/76, transfer of lands for school purposes.

001.017.003

3. Publication, "The Chippewa Indians of Minnesota; A Teachers Guide to an Indian Culture Kit for Upper Elementary Schools," by David L. Peterson, 196, published by Duluth Indian Action Council, 1969.

 

Chitimacha,

001.018.001

1. News clipping, "Chief Fear Tribal Heritage is Fading,"Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, 6/2/75, culture, history of the Chitimacha in the lower Mississippi delta and their reservation.

 

Choctwa-Mississippi,

001.019.001

1. News clipping, "Choctaw training as aides in forestry, nutrition, health," no source, no date, Mississippi Choctaw job training program.

001.019.002

2. News clipping, "State Choctaw Indians exempt from sales tax," Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 5/18/73, court declares tribe exempt due to tribal status.

001.019.003

3. News clipping, "Choctaws Freed From Tax," Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, 5/18/73, tax exemption ruling by federal judge.

001.019.004

4. News clipping, "Cenla Indians Battle BIA," Alexandra Daily Town Talk, Alexandra-Pinevile, Louisiana, 6/23/73, tribal recognition attempts by Tunica, Coushatta, Avoyelles, Chitimachas, Houma, and Jena Choctaws.

001.019.005

5. News clipping, "Mississippi Indians victims of economic, minority problems," Northside Reporter, Jackson, Mississippi, 7/26/73.

001.019.006

6. News clipping, "Historical Unit Purchase; Site of Choctaw Capital Acquired," News, Paris, Texas, 6/1/73, site of Choctaw Nation acquired by Oklahoma Historical Society.

001.019.007

7. News clipping, "The Changing Choctaw," Times- Picayne, New Orleans, Louisiana, 9/30/73, photo essay.

001.019.008

8. News clipping, "The Moving of a Nation--The Choctaw Forced Out," The Carthaginian, Carthage, Mississippi, 11/14/74, polemical history.

001.019.009

9. News clipping, "Choctaws Name New Chief," The Carthaginian, Carthage, Mississippi, 7/3/75, Mississippi Choctaw Chief, Calvin Isaac.

001.019.010

10. News clipping, "Loser find new Choctaw election," Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, 7/6/75, Phillip Martin, lost tribal election, but supports the system responsible.

001.019.011

11. Media release, "Indians win One: Headstart fee schedule postponed to 1975", from the Native American Lobby, 1/74.

001.019.012

12. Media release, "Choctaw Indian Fair," no source, no date.

001.019.013

13. Correspondence to Calvin Isaac, Choctaw Tribal Office from Rupert Costo, 8/6/75, congratulatory note.

001.019.014

14. Publication, "Anopa Toklo," 12/74, concerns bilingual education for Choctaws.

001.019.015

15. Transcript of speech, by Calvin Isaac, Tribal Chief, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, Bilingual Education Institute, Pearl River, Mississippi, 7/9/75.

001.019.016

16. Manuscript, "The Choctaws," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

001.019.017

17. Copy of legal document, "Before the Indian claims commission, Joseph Chitto versus The United States", 8/16/54, land issue.

 

Choctaw-Oklahoma,

001.020.001

1. Correspondence to Morris Thompson, Commissioner of Indian Affairs from Charles E. Brown, Edwin A. Anderson, and Will T. Nelson, representing the Choctaw Nation requesting responsible government, with attachments.

001.020.002

2. News clipping, "Missing tribal funds draw FBI investigation," Talihini American, Talihini, Oklahoma, 4/6/78.

001.020.003

3. News clipping, "Choctaw Chief Receives Suspended Prison Term," and "Two Critics of Convicted Chief Re-elected to Choctaw Council," Saturday Oklahoman and Times, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 9/11/82, conviction of Hollis Roberts on misuse of tribal funds.

001.020.004

4. News clipping, "The Choctaw Nation," New York Weekly Tribune, New York City, New York, 8/12/1848, concerns Choctaw publications in Choctaw language.

001.020.005

5. News clipping, "Choctaw Council challenges Department of Interior," no source, no date, Choctaw Nation files suit against Department of Interior over tribal recognition.

001.020.006

6. Manuscript, "The Choctaws; Some Information About the Choctaw Nation," prepared by the American India Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

001.020.007

7. Document, "Hello Choctaw," published by the Oklahoma City Council, 5/4/74, resolution regarding land use.

001.020.008

8. Legal document, "Noel Morris versus Cecil Andrus," concerns legal status of tribe and treaty.

 

Cochiti,

001.021.001

1. Map, Cochiti Lake, New Mexico, development plan.

001.021.002

2. Negatives of Cochiti Lake, New Mexico, development.

001.021.003

3. Media release, "Milestone Reached at Cochiti Lake," by Public Affairs Office, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 10/29/73, diversion of river.

001.021.004

4. Handwritten notes, "SW Water Meeting," no author, no date.

001.021.005

5. Handwritten notes, no author, no date, concern problems that Cochiti Lake development will cause local pueblos.

001.021.006

6. Legal document, "Pueblo de Cochiti versus the United States," 3/27/59, concerns law suit by Pueblo based on Pueblo de Cochiti land grant.

001.021.007

7. Publication, "Cochiti Lake Sun," Cochiti Lake, New Mexico, Volume 5, Number 9, 9/73, published by the corporation that developed Cochiti Lake.

001.021.008.

8. Publication, "Cochiti Lake, One of the Great Western Cities Information Book, published by the developer, 9/17/73.

001.021.009

9. Publication, "Cochiti Lake," promotional brochure, no date.

001.021.010.

10. Publication, "Cochiti Lake," promotional magazine, no date. Cocopah 1 manuscript.

001.022.001

1. Manuscript, "Cocopa," Handbook of the American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part I, page 319. Couer D'Alene 2 News clippings.

001.022.001

1. News clipping, "On Warpath, Tribe Claims Rivers, Lakes," Gazette Record, St. Maries, Idaho, 7/5/73, Couer d'Alene Reservation, water rights, and utility company.

001.022.002

2. News clipping, "Cataldo Pilgrimage Draws Many from Northwest," Idaho Register. Boise, Idaho, 8/31/73, Couer d'Alene, Cataldo Mission of the Sacred Heart, religion.

 

Colorado River Indian,

001.023.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, Colorado River Indian Tribe versus the United States," Docket Number 283-B, 10/30/75, land use, finances.

001.023.002

2. News clipping, "Colorado Indian Tribes' Chairman Retires," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 7/24/73, Pete Homer.

001.023.003

3. News clipping, "Norther Yuma County Section River Tribes Going Into Farming To Raise Variety of Field Crops," Yuma Sun and Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona, 1/28/73, desert reclamation.

001.023.004

4. News clipping, "Desert Lore: Indians Develop Jungleland Into Section of Great Value," Daily News, Indio, California, 11/10/73, desert reclamation by Mojave Indian Reservation for farming.

001.023.005

5. News clipping, "Indians cancel lease on 300 acres of land," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/11/74, Colorado River tribe cancels farmers lease due to non-compliance.

001.023.006

6. News clipping, "Tribe elects BIA engineer as secretary," Phoenix Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 6/28/75, election of Herman Laffoon, Sr.

001.023.007

7. Correspondence to Lewellyn Barrackman, Chairman Fort Mohave Tribal Council from Roger Morton, Secretary of th Interior, 6/3/74, land issue.

001.023.008

8. Miscellaneous document, "Resolution, Confederation of the Colorado River Tribes," 1/5/74, land issues, border disputes.

 

Coalition of Eastern Native Americans,

001.024.001

1. News clipping, "Indians charge U.S. neglect; Tribes in East seek rights," Michigan State News, East Lansing, Michigan, 2/9/73, Coalition argues that most federal Indian funds go to western tribes.

001.024.002

2. News clipping, "Plymouth Thanksgiving plans criticized by Indian leaders," Morning Globe, Boston, Massachusetts, 11/5/73, United Alliance of Indians in New England, Wampanoag, Paasamaquaddy.

001.024.003

3. Media release, "Native Americans Get EDA Grant for Job Planning," U.S. Department of Commerce, 8/1/75.

001.024.004

4. Article, "How the East Was Lost," by Earnest C. Downs, American Indian Journal, 11/75, ineligibility of eastern tribes for federal funds.

 

Colville,

001.025.0001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Seminole Indians of Florida and the Seminole Indians of Oklahoma versus the United States," Docket numbers 73 and 151, 11/19/76, attorney fees.

001.025.002

2. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation versus the United States," Docket number 178-A, 2/24/77, finances.

001.025.003

3. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation versus the United States," Docket number 179, 5/27/52, Joseph Band of Nez Pierce, finances.

001.025.004

4. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation versus the United States," Docket number, 181, 3/5/59, recognition and finances.

001.025.005

5. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claim Commission, The confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation versus the United States," Docket number 186, 10/31/74, finances, compensation.

001.025.006

6. Legal document, "Before the Indians Claims Commission, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation versus the United States," Docket number 264, 6/10/60, tribal recognition and ceded lands in Oregon and Washington.

 

Colville Part II,

001.026.001

1. Media release, "EDA Approves Grant for Job Study on Washington Reservation," U.S. Department of Commerce, 7/18/75.

001.026.002

2. Media release, "Sovereign Immunity From Suit of Colville Confederated Tribes Upheld," 6/20/73, termination, land rights.

001.026.003

3. Legal document, "U.S. District Court of Washington, Counties of Okanogan and Ferry versus Colville Confederated Tribes and the Business Council of the Colville Confederated Tribes and the United States," 5/18/73, dismissal of complaint, termination, land rights.

001.026.004

4. Correspondence to Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians from Earl Old Person, President, Nespelem, Washington, 8/21/69, and reply from Rupert Costo, 8/12/69, invitation to convention.

001.026.005

5. News clipping, "Colvilles slate election," Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 3/29/79, tribal council elections.

001.026.006

6. News clipping, "Colvilles may bring suit on hunting, fishing control," Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 3/29/79.

001.026.007

7. News clipping, "Termination legislation," Colville Statement Examiner, Colville, Washington, 4/24/64, Letter to the Editor, termination bills.

001.026.008

8. News clipping, "Aged Indians needing help," Colville Statement Examiner, Colville, Washington, 4/24/64, Letter to the Editor, timber issues, money for elderly.

001.026.009

9. News clipping, "5 Liquidation Members of Colville Council Act," Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington, 5/18/64, pro-termination tribal council elections.

001.026.010

10. News clipping, "Liquidation forces see election victory," Omak Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 5/14/64, pro-termination tribal council elections.

001.026.011

11. News clipping, "Colville Tribe Sets Conference," Tacoma News Tribune, Tacoman, Washington, 6/10/64, abolish U.S. Indian Bureau.

001.026.012

12. News clipping, "Indians Disagree," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, Washington, 6/10/64, termination.

001.026.013

13. News clipping, "CIA seeks approval of judgement funds," Omak Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 6/11/64, Colville Indian Association, per capita payments to tribe, termination.

001.026.014

14. News clipping, "Indians to sell 63 tracts of land," Colville Statement Examiner, Colville, Washington, 6/11/64, Coulee Dam, sale of reservation land.

001.026.015

15. News clipping, "Indian payments," Spokesman- Review, Spokane, Washington, 6/17/64, per capita payment.

001.026.016

16. News clipping, "Colville's after $350 per capita," Colville Statement Examiner, Colville, Washington, 6/19/64, termination.

001.026.017

17. News clipping, "Indians change leadership," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, Washington, 7/10/64, pro-termination leadership.

001.026.018

18. News clipping, "Timber bid results given," Almira Herald, Almira, Washington, 7/30/64, Colville Indian Agency in Coulee Dam sells timber on reservation land.

001.026.019

19. News clipping, "$350 Payment to Local Tribe," Colville Statement Examiner, Colville, Washington, 7/31/64, per capita payment.

001.026.020

20. News clipping, "Money bill for Colvilles ready soon," Spokesman- Review, Spokane, Washington, 8/13/64, per capita payment.

001.026.021

21. News clipping, "Herder hurt in fight with bear," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, Washington, 8/12/64.

001.026.022

22. News clipping, "Store on reservation to keep selling cigarets," The Seattle Times, Seattle Washington, 6/25/72, tax free cigarets.

001.026.023

23. News clipping, "Tribal candidates certified," Star, Grand Coulee, Washington, 4/26/73, tribal elections.

001.026.024

24. News Clipping, "Colvilles seek end to strained relations," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee Washington, 8/22/73, reopen Omak Lake to non-tribal members.

001.026.025

25. News clipping, "Colville leaders urge youth to seek skills, knowledge," Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 11/1/73.

001.026.026

26. News clipping, "New building symbolizes changes at historic mission," Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 11/29/73, Colville reservation will operate mission school.

001.026.027

27. News clipping, "Proposed mine at Keller will have far-reaching implications," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, Washington, 2/26/78, copper mine on Colville reservation.

001.026.028

28. News clipping, "Colvilles view reorganization," Spokesman- Review, Spokane, Washington, 5/2/78.

001.026.029

29. News clipping, "Tribes seeks money from power sales," Grand Coulee Star, Grand Coulee, Washington, 6/29/78, profits from power plants on Columbia River.

001.026.030

30. News clipping, "Colvilles to pay $1,000 for tribal fire protection," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, Washington, 7/6/78.

001.026.031

31. News clipping, "Tribal chairman mulls running for congress," Chronicle, Spokane, Washington, 7/8/78, Mel C. Tonasket.

001.026.032

32. News clipping, "Tonasket eyeing race," Spokesman- Review, Spokane, Washington, 7/8/78.

001.026.033

33. News clipping, "Colville business council candidates' certification set," Chronicle, Omak, Washington, 4/12/79, council elections.

001.026.034

34. New clipping, "Indian court victory; Tribe can regulate fishing," Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington, 4/17/79, fishing rights.

001.026.035

35. News clipping, "Colville Council; Wanrow Aid Pledged," Chronicle, Spokane, Washington, 4/21/79, tribal council gives financial aid to tribal member on trial for murder.

 

Comanche,

001.027.001

1. News clipping, "Fredericksburg Indian Treaty Signing Recalled," San Angelo Standard Times, 7/15/73, history.

001.027.002

2. News clipping, "Comanche Indians were early inhabitants of county," Democrat, Weatherford, Texas, 7/24/73, history.

001.027.003

3. News clipping, "Meet the people who lived in Comancheria," no date, no source, book review, "The Comanches: Lords of the High Plains."

001.027.004

4. News clipping, "Crowning of Tribal Princess Also Set; Annual Comanche Council To Be Held Tonight," Lawton Morning Press, Lawton, Oklahoma, 4/21/73, American Indian Exposition.

001.027.005

5. Manuscript, "The Comanche; Answers to Questions Often Asked," Prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

001.027.006

6. Manuscript, "Untitled," Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, 4/30/73, political speech, constitution of Comanche, correspondence, resolution, amendments.

001.027.007

7. Article, book review, "United States-Comanche Relation: the Reservation Years," by William T. Hagan, reviewed by Brian W. Dipple, no source, no date.

 

Coushatta,

001.028.001

1. Correspondence to Wassaja from James B. Stradtner, Wag-A-Nuk-Zee, Michigan Indian Reservation, 2/26/75, requesting Coushatta address.

001.028.002

2. Manuscript, "Koasati (Coushatta)," Handbook of the American Indians, Bulletin Number 30, Part 1, history, culture.

001.028.003

3. News clipping, "State Senate passes bill for Texas Indian Commission," Courier, Conroe, Texas, 5/30/7, Coushatta and Tigua Reservation.

001.028.004

4. News clipping, "Livingston's Indians get $2 million," News, Lufkin, Texas, 4/15/73, EDA, tourism.

001.028.005

5. News clipping, "Alabama Coushatta Indian Announcement Is Scheduled," News, Longview, Texas, 4/11/73, possible termination.

001.028.006

6. News clipping, "Texas Indians get $2 Million," News, Port Arthur, Texas, 4/14/73, EDA, tourism.

001.028.007

7. News clipping, "Emerging from melting pot; Louisiana's first people revisited," Sunday Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 9/9/73, Coushatta, history, culture.

001.028.008

8. News clipping, "Texas Indians Detail plans, Tourist Features," News, Texas, 7/24/73, Reservation tourism.

001.028.009

9. News clipping, "End in sight for Indian struggle," News, Port Arthur, Texas, 7/11/73, Alabama-Coushatta self- sufficiency.

001.028.010

10. New clipping, "Coushattas turn attention to getting reservation land," Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, 7/5/73, federal recognition, financial support. .

001.028.011

11. News clipping, "Alabama Coushatta Indians announce last part of reservation development," Post, Houston, Texas, 7/17/73.

001.028.012

12. News clipping, "Daniel on hand for last act opening," News, Port Arthur, Texas, 7/17/73, Coushatta tourism.

001.028.013

13. News clipping, "The Indians," Post, Houston, Texas, 8/11/73, Coushatta photo.

 

Cowlitz,

001.029.001

1. News clipping, "Cowlitz Chiefs' Council to discuss differences," Chronicle, Centralia-Chehalis, Washington, 5/11/73, land claim.

001.029.002

2. News clipping, "Cowlitz tribe accepts $1.5 million settlement," News, Longview, Washington, 3/5/73, per capita settlement, history.

001.029.003

3. News clipping, "Indian's warning came true," Longview Daily News, Longview, Washington, 8/1/64, history.

001.029.004

4. News clipping, "Settlement at last," Longview News, Longview, Washington, 3/6/73, tribal recognition, per capita settlement.

001.029.005

5. News clipping, "Tacoma based Indian unit claims billions in land," no source, no date, Cowlitz claim land in Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

001.029.006

6. News clipping, "Cowlitz Indian group claims vast acreage," Olympian, Olympia, Washington, 5/6/73.

001.029.007

7. News clipping, "Chief's son amongst last of Cowlitz," Longview Daily News, Longview, Washington, 8/8/64, history, culture, religion of Cowlitz.

 

Cree,

001.030.001

1. News clipping, "Cree World of the Spirit," no source, no date, book review, "Flight of the Seventh Moon: The Teaching of the Shields."

001.030.002

2. Manuscripts, "The Cree; Some Information About the Cree Indians," prepared by The American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

 

Creek-Muscogee, Georgia,

001.031.001

1. Correspondence to Wassaja from Chief Neal McCormick, Chief of the Lower Creek Indians, East of the Mississippi, 9/4/75, concerns news clipping.

001.031.002

2. Miscellaneous document, "The State of Georgia Proclamation," Jimmy Carter, Governor, 3/73, commendation.

 

Creek,

001.032.001

1. Publication, "Muscogee Nation News," published by Creek Nation, Oklahoma, 5/13/75.

001.032.002

2. Publication, "Muscogee Nation News, published by Creek Nation, Oklahoma, 9/9/75.

001.032.003

3. Publication, "Muscogee Nation News, published by Creek Nation, Oklahoma, 8/25/75.

001.032.004

4. Publication, Muscogee Nation News, published by Creek Nation of Oklahoma, 8/15/75.

001.032.005

5. Publication, Muscogee Nation News, published by Creek Nation of Oklahoma, Volume Nine, Number 12, 12/81.

001.032.006

6. News clipping, "New council proposed for Creeks," Pensacola News, Tampa, 4/4/78, Florida Creek Indians, National congress of American Indians.

001.032.007

7. News clipping, "Creeks revive ancient culture," Playground News, Tampa, Florida, 6/6/78, Fort Walton Beach, Florida Creek Indians.

001.032.008

8. News clipping, "Creek Indians plan Council installation," Pensacola News, Tampa, Florida, 5/10/78, tribal council election.

001.032.009

9. News clipping, "Gripe aired at Indian celebration," Democrat, Tallahassee, Florida, 6/29/75, Muscogee Creek Nation, green corn ceremony.

001.032.010

10. New clipping, "Creeks file lawsuit against Chief, Government Officials," no source, no date, Oklahoma Cree, Chief Claude Cox, misuse of tribal funds.

001.032.011

11. Media release, "Principal Chief Cox Supports Court Ordered Commission,"12/21/76, sovereign status to Creek Nation.

001.032.012

12. Article, "Coweta Mission: Struggle for the Mind and the Soul of the Creeks Indians," by W. Edwin Derrick, Red River Valley Historical Review, no date, history.

001.032.013

13. Article, "Another Look at General Jackson and the Indians of the Mississippi Territory," by Richard H. Faust, 7/75, The Alabama Review, history.

001.032.014

14. Correspondence to Morris Thompson, Commissioner, BIA from Myrtle Monday, 6/18/75, concerns, Creek Tribe of Oklahoma, election irregularities, federal audit.

001.032.015

15. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, Wassaja, from John Belinod, Director, Native American Defense Fund and Education fund, 7/26/74, Creek Tribal governance case.

001.032.016

16. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, the Creek Nation versus the United States," Docket Number 21, 11/19/58, land issues.

001.032.017

17. Miscellaneous document, "Creek Nation Election Procedures," no source, no date.

 

Crow,

001.033.001

1. News clipping, "Confident of winning, Horn battles charges," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 4/11/79, Crow Tribal Chairman, impeachment charges.

001.033.002

2. News clipping, "BIA proposal for coal negotiating committee rejected by Crow council," Indian News Notes, 2/78.

001.033.003

3. News clipping, "Crows re-negotiate coal leases," Billings, Montana, 6/78.

001.033.004

4. News Clipping, "Crows get rich," Star Tribune, Casper, Wyoming, 9/4/77, strip coal mine on Crow Reservation.

001.033.005

5. New clipping, "Crows win big from coal firm," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 4/14/74.

001.033.006

6. News clipping, "Crow renters put housing in red," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 11/11/73, Crow Housing Authority, HUD.

001.033.007

7. News clipping, "Crow Indian Tribe Sues to Void Coal Contracts Let by U.S. in Montana," Wall Street Journal, no date, Crow agency files suit with BIA mover coal management.

001.033.008

8. News clipping, "Council backs renegotiation of coal royalty," Hardin Tribune-Herald, Hardin, Montana, 1/24/74, Crow Tribal Council, environmental controls.

001.033.009

9. News clipping, "BIA will study law jurisdiction," Poplar Standard, Poplar, Montana, 7/26/74, tribal police, tribal jurisdiction over non- Indians.

001.033.010

10. News clipping, "Crows fear strip-mine bill," Billings, Gazette, Billings, Montana, 8/2/74, Melcher amendment gives white rancher power to block mining.

001.033.011

11. News clipping, "Crows void leases," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 7/16/74, validity of previous strip-mining leases.

001.033.012

12. News clipping, "Quorum loss kills Crow tribal budget," Hardin Tribune- Herald, Hardin, Montana, 7/19/73.

001.033.013

13. News clipping, "Crows debate which meeting valid; Quarterly council "rejected;" new protest filed," Hardin Tribune-Herald, Hardin, Montana, 2/1/73, factions.

001.033.014

14. News clipping, "Crows to hold executive committee election again," Hardin Tribune-Herald, Hardin, Montana, 5/17/73, elections.

001.033.015

15. News clipping, "Crow council meeting held invalid," 2/15/73, U.S. Solicitor's office, Crow constitution.

001.033.016

16. News clipping, "Some Crows threaten court fight over hunting," Billings, Gazette, Billings, Montana, 11/10/73, hunting, fishing rights on reservation land.

001.033.017

17. News clipping, "Crows call special Tribal Council meeting July 24," Hardin Tribune-Herald, Hardin, Montana, 7/19/73, fiscal budget.

001.033.018

18. News clipping, "Space message: BIA may lose all school programs," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, no date, Carter used NASA satellite to convey message.

001.033.019

19. News clipping, "State can't tax Crow coal," Billings Gazette, Billings, Montana, 11/27/77.

001.033.020

20. Congressional Record, 10/8/73, strip mining.

001.033.021

21. Photo group, 4 photos, 1 negative, Crow reservation Youngs Creek area, strip mining proposed, no date.

001.033.022

22. Copy of photo, no date, no source, "Two Belly, Crow Indian."

001.033.023

23. Miscellaneous document, "Existing Coal Leases and Prospecting Permits," no source, no date.

001.033.024

24. Map, Crow Indian Reservation, land ownership, no source, no date.

001.033.025

25. Map, Crow Indian Reservation, Montana, mining references, no source, no date.

001.033.026

26. Correspondence to Tribal Member from Patrick Stands Over Bull, Crow Tribal Chairman, Crow Tribal Council, 9/19/75, coal resource use.

001.033.027

27. Media release, "Show Cause Order Issued To Coal Companies On Crow Leases," Department of the Interior, 1/10/78.

001.033.028

28. Media release, "Crow Indian Leaders Unveil A New Beginning for Tribal Management, Resource Development," Crow Tribal Council, 11/19/82.

001.033.029

29. Publication, "Crow Tribal Coal Survey," 4/6/75, Advertising supplement to the Hardin Herald, Hardin, Montana.

001.033.030

30. Manuscript, "No title," Indian Historian, 5/75, Crow history.

001.033.031

31. Manuscript, "Crows," Handbook of the American Indian, Bulletin 30, Part1, page 367.

001.033.032

Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Crow Tribe of Indians versus the United States," Docket Number 54, 2/12/58, land, mining, timber issues.

 

Delaware Part I,

001.034.001

1. Legal document, "Resolution of the Cherokee Nation,"10/14/78, Cherokee Delaware.

001.034.002

2. Legal document, "Resolution establishing by-laws under which the Delaware Tribal Business Committee shall speak and act in behalf of the Delaware Tribe of Indians," 9/7/58.

001.034.003

3. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Delaware Tribe of Indians versus the United States," Docket Number 202, 3/30/78.

001.034.004

4. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Delaware Tribe of Indians versus the United States," Docket Number 338, 3/30/78, attorney fees.

001.034.005

5. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, Absentee Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma, Delaware Nation versus the United States," Docket Number 337, 9/20/57, treaty law.

001.034.006

6. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Delaware Tribe of Indians versus the United States," Docket Number 27-A and 241, 11/24/71, treaty law, land issues.

 

Delaware Part II,

001.035.001

1. Correspondence to Donald Weaver from Bonnie Rich, no date, concerns San Diego Indian Center Newsletter, books about Delaware Indians.

001.035.002

2. Correspondence to Commissioner, BIA from C.C. Marrs, Acting Area Director BIA, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 4/9/57, concerns Delaware Cherokee tribal affairs.

001.035.003

3. Correspondence to Wyenona Weaver Hawkes from Theodore Krenzke, Acting Deputy Commissioner of Indian Affairs, no date, concerns Cherokee Delaware tribal elections.

001.035.004

4. Correspondence to Rupert Costo, Editor, Wassaja from Chief Little Soldier, Munsee-Thames River Delaware Indian Nation, 11/30/76, history, land, tribal issues.

001.035.005

5. Correspondence to Jim Josephy, Undersecretary, BIA from Wyenona Weaver Hawkes, 7/3/77, tribal constitution.

001.035.006

6. Correspondence to Thomas Ellison, Area Director, BIA, Muskogee, Oklahoma District from Chris White, NEOSU, 10/4/77, finances of Cherokee Delaware.

001.035.007

7. Correspondence to Forrest Gerard, Assistant Secretary of the Interior from Bruce Miller Townsend, Chairman, Delaware Tribal Business Council, 11/16/77, validity of Delaware Cherokee.

001.035.008

8. Correspondence to Duarde Barnes, Esq., from Bruce Miller Townsend, Chairman, Delaware Business Council, 2/14/78, concerns Chris White appeal to Muskogee Area Director.

001.035.009

9. Group of correspondence, 2/26/79-7/19/82, concerns Delaware Cherokee status, funding and recognition issues.

001.035.010

10. News clipping, "Panel Hears suit Question," Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 3/81, Kansas-Delaware, constitutionality of funding.

001.035.0011

11. News clipping, "Programs for Delaware Tribe," Tulsa Indian News, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 4/78.

001.035.012

12. News clipping, "The Delaware Indians: a Vanishing Nation," The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa. 6/6/76, history, language, culture.

001.035.013

13. Article, "Establishment of the Delaware Business Committee," Dewey, Oklahoma, 9/7/58.

001.035.014

14. Series of articles concerning Delaware Tribal Business Council, no date.

001.035.015

15. Article, "Chapter IV, The Indians of Bergen County," Francis A. Westervelt, no source, no date, history.

001.035.016

16. Photo, Gladys and Harold Tantaquidgen, Indian Museum at Uncaville, Connecticut, no date.

001.035.017

17. Miscellaneous document, "Docket 72 and 298 Funds Reserved for Program Purposes," no date, no source.

001.035.018

18. Miscellaneous document, "Constitution of the Delaware Nation," no source, no date.

001.035.019

19. Miscellaneous document, "Ballot, Delaware Tribe of Indians Within the Cherokee Nation," no date , no source.

 

Duck Valley-Nevada/Idaho,

001.036.001

1. News clipping, "Paiva Duck Valley Chairman," no source, no date, Shoshone Paiute Business Council, elections.

001.036.002

2. News clipping, "Interstate problems plague Duck Valley Indians," Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho, 5/12/75, poverty on reservation.

001.036.003

3. Media release, "EDA Approves Grant to Create Jobs on Nevada Reservation," U.S. Department of Commerce, 11/20/75.

 

Section 002

 

Flathead,

002.001.001

1. News clipping, "Broken Promises; A 20th -century battle between whites and Indians rages in Montana," This World, 9/9/84, Salish, Kootenai tribes, water rights, hydroelectric dam.

002.001.002

2. News clipping, "Robbing the Grave, Montana History, The Bitterroot Valley Heist," The Borrowed Times, 3/16/no year, Pend d'Oreilles, Kootenais Flatheads, settlement history.

002.001.003

3. Article, "Correlation of Social Class and Education on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, by C. Thomas Brockman, University of Wyoming, R.M.S.S. Journal, Volume 8, Number 2, 10/71.

 

Fort Belknap,

002.002.001

1. Publication, "Hearing Before The Select Committee on Indian Affairs," U.S. Senate, Ninety-Seventh Congress, S-1986, Distribution of Blackfeet, Gros Venture, and Assiniboine Tribe Judgment Funds, 1/11/82, Great Falls, Montana.

002.002.002

2. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Fort Belknap, Indian Community, sometimes referred to as the Gros Venture Tribe and Assiniboine Tribe versus the United States," docket Number 250, 11/20/62, timber, water, grass, land rights.

 

Fort McDowell-Yavapai,

002.003.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Yavapai- Apache Indian Community versus the United States," Docket Numbers 22-E and 22-F, 5/1/75, ordering attorney's fees.

002.002.002

2. Legal document, Resolution, Fort-McDowell Mohave- Apache Community, Scottsdale, Arizona, 6/5/73, recovering papers, artifacts of Dr. Carlos Montezuma.

002.003.003

3. Legal document, Poll presented to Hearings, U.S. Senate Interior and Insular Affairs, in favor and opposed to Orme Dam, 10/23/75.

002.003.004

4. Article, "Memorial and Papers; Mohave-Apache Indians of McDowell Reservation Arizona, in relation to their removal from McDowell Reservation to the Salt River Reservation, Arizona," published by the Committee on Indian Affairs, Washington, 1911.

002.003.005

5. Publication, "Fort McDowell Community Newsletter," Scottsdale, Arizona, 8/76.

002.003.006

6. Publication, "Fort McDowell Community Newsletter," Scottsdale, Arizona, 7/76.

002.003.007

7. Publication, "Fort McDowell Community Newsletter," Scottsdale, Arizona, 9/76.

002.003.008

8. Correspondence to Larry Burke from Scott Little, 8/22/74, concerns Orme Reservoir Project.

002.003.009

9. Correspondence to Senator Henry Jackson from Andrew Johnson, Fort Belknap Reservation, 10/31/75, concerns Central Arizona Project (CAP).

002.003.010

10. Correspondence to Editors, Wassaja from Denise Ruiz, Tempe, Arizona, concerns articles sent.

002.003.011

11. Correspondence to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wetcher from Barry Goldwater, 3/4/74, concerns Central Arizona Project, Fort McDowell Reservation.

002.003.012

12. Series of correspondence to/from Carolina Butler, 4/73 thru 4/75, concerns Central Arizona Project and flooding of Fort McDowell Reservation lands.

002.003.013

13. Manuscript, "The white people meet the Yavapai," no author, no date, 65 pages, Yuma, Yavapai, Fort McDowell, history, culture.

002.003.014

14. Manuscript, "John Williams," no date, no author, 6 pages, biography.

002.003.015

15. Manuscript, Speeches of Carolina Butler," speaking for the Committee to Save Fort McDowell Reservation, 1/25/75- 7/10/76.

002.003.016

16. News clipping and attached note, "Tribal election settlement sought," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 6/3/73, dispute over tribal elections.

002.003.017

17. New clipping, "Indians cold to U.S. offer on dam land," Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/2/73, Fort McDowell, Yavapai, CPA.

002.003.018

18. News clipping, "Indians seek 3-1 recovery of Dam land," Phoenix Gazette, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/3/73, compensation for flooded reservation land.

002.003.019

19. News clipping, "Indians get eagle-eye view of land," Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdale, Arizona, 5/15/73, photo essay, Orme Dam project, Apache-Mohave Reservation.

002.003.020

20. News clipping, "Treaty time again; Orme Dam Displacing Indians," New Times, Alternative Press, Arizona, Volume 4, Number 31, 5/9/73.

002.003.021

21. News clipping, "Last Stand of the Yavapai," The Times, London, England, 6/25/73, Orme Dam controversy.

002.003.022

22. News clipping, "The Fountain at Fountain Hills," Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, 7/23/73, advertisement for development.

002.003.023

23. News clipping, "Indian evaluate land sale," Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdale, Arizona, 10/5/73, Fountain Hills development near Orme.

002.003.024

24. News clipping, "The Flooding of Fort McDowell," Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 1/27/74.

002.003.025

25. News clipping, "Indians, U.S. near land-appraisal OK," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 4/22/74, land reclamation of Fort McDowell.

002.003.026

26. News clipping, "Fort McDowell Indians get backing," Tribune, Mesa, Arizona, 5/4/74, Carolina Butler, Orme Dam.

002.003.027

27. News clipping, "CAP begins Fort McDowell land appraisal," Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdale, Arizona, 8/15/74, appraiser, Larry Burke and Associates.

002.003.028

28. News clipping, "CAP Dam will flood unique archaeological sight," The Arizona Daily Star, Tuscon, Arizona, 8/13/75.

002.003.029

29. News clipping, "Few remaining Yavapai Indians fight U.S. dam project," The Washington Post, Washington D.C., 4/11/76, last bargaining.

002.003.030

News clipping, "Orme Dam opponent arrested after meeting," no source, 4/29/76, Hiawatha Hood, opponent.

002.003.031

31. News clipping, "Hiawatha Hood wants his land, not money," Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdale Arizona, 4/28/76, opposition to Orme Dam.

002.003.032.

32. News clipping, "Indians hear ways to divide $33.5 million," Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/12/76.

002.003.033

33. News clipping, "U.S. urges Indians to sell dam site," Scottsdale Daily Progress, Scottsdale, Arizona, 4/28/76, meetings with Bureau of Reclamation.

002.003.034

News clipping, "Dam issue needs new approach to tribe," The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 6/4/78, editorial.

002.003.035

35. News clipping, "Arizona Indians win victory over U.S.: refuse $33 million," Wall Street Journal, New York, 12/17/81, alternative plan won't impact reservation.

 

Fort Berthold Reservation-Three Affiliated Tribes,

002.004.001

1. Correspondence to Bertha Stewart from Carl Whitman, Jr. Chairman, Three Affiliated Tribes, Elbowoods, North Dakota, 12/19/49, Garrison Reservoir, flooding lands of Gros Ventre, Arikara, Mandan.

002.004.002

2. Correspondence to Bertha Stewart from Carl Whitman, Jr. Chairman, Three Affiliated Tribes, Elbo Woods, North Dakota, 4/7/50, thanking for intervention.

002.004.003

3. Manuscript, "The Mandan, some information about the Mandan Indians," prepared by the American Indian Historical society, no date, no author, history.

002.004.004

4. News clipping, "$9,555,864 Offered for Oil Leases," Minot Daily News, North Dakota, 4/26/78, Fort Berthold Reservation oil leases.

002.004.005

5. Publication, "Fort Berthold History," published by Four Bears Museum, New Town, North Dakota, no date, culture, history.

002.004.006

6. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold Reservation versus the Untied States," Docket Number 350-G, 12/18/75, finances.

002.004.007

7. Miscellaneous document, "Fact sheets on Fort Berthold, Fort Totten, and Standing Rock Reservation," 11/75, history, culture, tribal government and agencies.

 

Fort Mojave,

002.005.001

1. Legal document, Supreme Court of the United States, "United States versus District Court in and for Water Division Number 5," 4/12/71, Fort Mojave water rights.

002.005.002

2. News clipping, " Indians Block Runway," Needles Desert Star, Needles, California, 4/11/74, Chemeheuvi Tribal Council contest ownership.

 

Fort Peck,

002.006.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The Fort Peck Indians of the Fort Peck Reservation, Montana versus the United States," Docket No. 184, 8/28/70, finances.

002.006.002

2. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Court, The Fort Peck Indians of Fort Peck Reservation, Montana versus the United States," Docket Number 183, 6/8/54, land, termination.

002.006.003

3. Publication, "Wotanin Wowapi," published by Fort Peck Reservation, Poplar, Montana, Volume 14, number 2, 1/21/83.

 

Gila River Pima-Maricopa,

002.007.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, Gila River Pima- Maricopa versus the United States," Docket Number 236-C, 11/17/72, water rights.

002.007.002

2. News clipping, "Reservation officials asked to reconsider hunt case," Tribune, Mesa, Arizona, 5/10/73, Gila River Indian Reservation, hunting rights.

002.007.003

News clipping, "The Relevant Beauty of Komatke Connection,"Republic, Phoenix, 4/20/75 , photo essay.

002.007.004

4. News clipping, "Pima Indian to Grow Alfalfa," Arizona Farmer Ranchman, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/75.

 

Hannahville,

002.008.001

Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, Hannahville Indians versus the United States," Docket number 29-d, 29-E, 10/14/64, recognition, land rights, Ohio, Lake Erie.

 

Houma,

002.009.001

1. Miscellaneous document, "The Houma Indians in 1940," a reprint of a report by Frank G. Speck, history.

 

Havasupai,

002.010.001

1. Manuscript, "Havasupai," no author, no date, history, culture.

002.010.002

2. Media release, "Havasupai," American Indian Press Association, no date, land rights.

002.010.003

3. Article, "The Havasupai," no source, 9/74, history, culture.

002.010.004

4. Article, "The North Rim: Cool, Green, Quiet," Motorland, 7/75.

002.010.005

5. News clipping, "Grand Canyon Expansion; Land Bill Stirs Controversy," Denver Post, Denver, Colorado, 7/15/73, Havasupai land gain.

002.010.006

6. News clipping, "Indian appraises some possible new property," Denver Post, Denver, Colorado, 7/15/73.

002.010.007

7. News clipping, "Bottom of the Grand Canyon, Meet the Havasupais, the ones who are left. Their last hope for survival rests on a bill in Congress," Denver Post, Colorado, 7/15/73.

002.010.008

News clipping, "Parker man treks to Supai to educate 300 Indians," Yuma sun and Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona, 8/12/73, Havasupai, Save the Children Federation.

002.010.009

9. News clipping, "Havasupais oppose Grand Canyon bill," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 11/14/73, land rights.

002.010.010

10. News clipping, "The Havasupai Interest," Daily Star, Tuscon, Arizona, 1/6/74, Supai Village Reservation, land issues.

002.010.011

11. News clipping, "Last chance for the Havasupais," Congressional Record, 5/9/74, Grand Canyon expansion.

002.010.012

12. News clipping, "Park Service Threatens Indian Survival," Grassroots, Berkeley, California, 7/16/74.

002.010.013

13. News clipping, "Grand Canyon Indians, The Isolated Havasupai," Times, Palo Alto, California, 7/24/74, history, land rights.

002.010.014

14. News clipping, "Grand Canyon Storm: Ecologists fret over land plan for tiny tribe," Star Ledger, Newark, New Jersey, 7/25/74.

002.010.015

15. News clipping, "Letter to the Editor, The Indians Park Land," New York Times, New York, 7/27/74.

002.010.016

16. News clipping, "Arizona Indians seek to live on ancestors' remote plateau," New York Times, New York, 8/4/74.

002.010.017

17. Publication, "Legislative Review," published by The Institute for the Development of Indian Law, Volume 2, Number 10, no date.

002.010.018

18. Publication, "Canyon Shadows; Voice of the Havasupai," Supai, Arizona, Volume 6, Number 5, 7/10/73.

002.010.019

19. Publication, "Canyon Shadows; Voice of the Havasupai," Supai, Arizona, Volume 6, Number 6, 8/29/73.

002.010.020

20. Publication "Canyon Shadows; Voice of the Havasupai," Supai, Arizona, Volume 7, Number 1, 2/3/74.

002.010.021

21. Publication, "Canyon Shadows; Voice of the Havasupai," Supai, Arizona, Volume 7, Number 2, 3/10/74.

002.010.022

22. Publication, "Havasupai Tribal Council," Havasupai Reservation, Arizona, 2/15/73.

002.010.023

23. Publication, "Indian Affairs," Newsletter of the Association on American Indian Affairs, Number 86, 3/74.

002.010.024

24. Publication, "Wi Gegaba; Where the Rocks Come Together," Supai, Arizona, Volume 9, number 2, 5/3/76.

002.010.025

25. Publication, "Congressional Record-House," 10/11/74.

002.010.026

25. Miscellaneous document, "Havasupai Indians fight for their lands in Grand Canyon, no source, no date,.

002.010.027

27. Miscellaneous document, "Minutes of the Havasupai Tribal Council Meeting," 12/31/73.

002.010.028

28. Miscellaneous document, "Resolution of the Grand Canyon Sierra Club," 1/26/74, support of Havasupai.

 

Lumbee

002.011.001

1. News clipping, "$6,540 Awarded to Plaintiff's Attorneys in Double Vote Suit ," The Carolina Indian, Pembroke, North Carolina, 6/17/76, double voting. 002.011.002 2. News clipping, "NCAI Supports USET-Sponsored Resolution," The Cherokee One Feather," 11/13/74, opposition to federal recognition of Lumbee.

002.011.003

3. News clipping, "Tuscarora Chief Opposes Measure Offered By Rose," Observer, Fayetteville, North Carolina 4/10/74, recognition of Lumbee.

002.011.004

4. News clipping, "Hearing on Lumbee Act set," Times, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 4/6/74, recognition.

002.011.005

5. News clipping, "NCAI won't support Lumbees," United Tribes News, 11/26/74, recognition.

002.011.006

6. News clipping, "Rose explains his stand on Indian issue," Star, Washington D.C., 4/10/74, Representative Charlie Rose, Robeson County, Lumbee.

002.011.007

7. News clipping, "Rose proposes to aid Lumbee group," Times, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 4/12/74.

002.011.008

8. News clipping, "Indians on rise in North Carolina," Berkeley Barb, Berkeley, California, 5/11/73, protests.

002.011.009

9. News clipping, "Baltimore's forgotten Indians," News American, Baltimore, Maryland, 10/19/75, urban Lumbees.

002.011.010

10. News clipping, "Indian Commission plans no meet with militants," The Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 4/11/73, stolen documents, BIA.

002.011.011

11. News clippings, "Blacks and Indians form alliance," Berkeley Metro, San Francisco, California, 7/2/73, militancy, Pembroke College.

002.011.012

12. News clipping, "Lack of Education is Factor in Acquittal of Indians," The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., 12/26/73, Lumbees, stolen BIA documents.

002.011.013

13. Transcripts, "Lumbee Indians of North Carolina," 2/20/56, Senate hearing on Bill H.R. 4656.

002.011.014

14. News clippings, "Swarm of Indians Scatters Klansmen," no date, no source, racial clash in North Carolina.

002.011.015

15. News clippings, "Kluxers' faces red after red men scare'em white," and "Klan faces Indian War after cross burnings," no date, no source.

002.011.016

16. News clippings, "N.C. Lumbee Indians back up pale faces," and "Indians rise up in defense of white men," and "Lumbee Indians defend adopted white brothers," Press Intelligence, Washington D.C., 12/29/59.

002.011.017

17. News clipping, "Meet the Indians who routed the Ku Klux Klan," The Washington Post, Washington D.C., 1/26/58, Lumbee.

002.011.018

18. News clippings, "Klan plans big rally in Robeson," no source, no date.

002.011.019

19. News clipping, "Indian attack on KKK leaves tensions in area," no source, no date.

002.011.020

20. News clipping, "Indians are cheered for driving the Klan into the Tall timber," no source, 1/24/58, Lumbee.

002.011.021

21. News clipping, "Indian judge fines Klansmen in riot rally," no source, no date, Lumbee.

002.011.022

22. News clipping, "Indians scare Ku Klux Klansmen all the way out of their hoods" The Washington Daily News, Washington D.C., 1/20/58.

002.011.023

23. News clipping, "KKK Chief's Indictment to be asked by Sheriff," Washington Evening Star, Washington D.C., 1/20/58.

002.011.024

24. News clipping, "Indians back at peace and the Klan at bay," no source, no date.

002.011.025

25. "North Carolina Indians," excerpt from "Surviving Indian Groups of the Eastern United States," Smithsonian Institute Publication 3974, history.

002.011.026

26. News clipping, "Association Aids Lumbees," Indian Affairs, Newsletter of the Association on American Indian Affairs, 12/60.

002.011.027

27. Correspondence to Therrel Locklear from Helen L. Peterson, 7/23/59, concerns teaching on reservation.

002.011.028

28. Photo copies of a series of correspondence from Lumbee Indians regarding their recognition.

 

Lumbee

002.012.001

1. Article, "Demographics and Culture: The 1980 Census Report on Lumbee Indians of the Baltimore Metropolitan Area," Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 1984.

002.012.002

2. Article, "Indian Communities in the Eastern United States," The Indian Historian, Volume 1, Number 3, Summer 1968.

002.012.003

3. Press Release, "Eastern Carolina Indian Organization Talks of Organizing Under Federal Indian Reorganization Act," U.S. Department of the Interior, 10/19/72.

002.012.004

4. "Amending the Act Relating to the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina," Report Number 93-1394, 93rd Congress, 10/1/74.

002.012.005

5. Publication, "Biographies of Deceased Lumbee Leaders," Lumbee Regional Development Association, Publishers, 1974.

002.012.006

6. Position paper on "Education of Lumbee Indians," no source, no date.

002.012.007

7. Correspondence to U.S. General Accounting Office from National Tribal Chairmans Association, 6/30/76, concerns awarding of contracts.

002.012.008

8. Correspondence to Bruce Barton from William S. Pollitzer, 5/29/73, on blood quantum.

002.012.009

9. Correspondence to AIHS from the United Southeastern Tribes, Inc., concerns Lumbee and Public Law 570, 10/17/74.

002.012.010

10. Correspondence to Bruce Barton from Brantley Blue, 7/22/76, concerns double voting, Lumbee, accomplishments.

002.012.011

11. Correspondence to "unknown" from James H. Woods, Chairman, Lumbee Regional Development Association, no date, concerns, Lumbee and Senate l Bill 4045.

002.012.012

12. Resolution for recognition of Lumbees and a series of correspondence regarding this resolution, no date.

 

Iroquois Nation

002.013.001

1. Manuscript, "Iroquois Bibliography," compiled by Mary E. Fleming Mathur, no date, extensive.

002.013.002

2. Manuscript, "The Iroquois; some information about the Iroquois Indians," prepared by the American Indian historical Society, no date, history.

002.013.003

3. Series of correspondence from critics and articles regarding the publication of several books on the Iroquois and the Constitution of the United States, 5/18/89, criticism and support of the research.

002.013.004

4. Manuscript, "The Revitalization Movement of Handsome Lake; The Seneca Prophet as a Social Change Among the Late Eighteenth Century and Early Nineteenth Century Iroquois," by Lawrence F. Van Horn, Graduate Student in Anthropology, City University of New York, 8/7/69.

002.013.005

5. Series of Correspondence from Rupert Costo, 4/17/70, concerning a resolution regarding New York State law and wampum.

002.013.006

6. Publication, "The Hand. . .That Guided and Protected Your Ancestors," published by Akwesasne Counselor Organization, St. Regis Reservation, New York, 1/48, concerning recognition.

002.013.007

7. First draft of "The Constitution of the Indians," F.A. Harper, 4/30/58.

002.013.008

8. Manuscript, "Treaties with the Iroquois of New York," compiler unknown, no date.

 

Gasquet-Orleans Road

002.014.001

1. News clipping, "Indians Fighting to Block Road Into Holy Lands," San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, 7/12/82, Klamath Mountains, Yurok, Hoopa sacred lands.

002.014.002

2. News clipping, "Indians Fail to Halt Road In Klamath," San Frnacisco Chronicle, 7/30/82, concerns Hoopa, Yurok and Gasquet-Orleans Road.

002.014.003

3. Photo, Gasquet-Orleans Road and related correspondence, no date.

002.014.004

4. Summary Position Statement, "No-Go Road; Indian People throughout the U.S. must join together and stop the U.S. Forest Service's destruction of Indian religious areas,"no date, no author.

002.014.005

Map, Gasquet-Orleans Road, no source, no date.

002.014.006

6. Manuscript, "The Sacred High Country and the G-O Road Controversy," by Robert G. Lake, Associate Professor for Native American Studies, Humboldt State University, no date.

002.014.007

7. Series of correspondence relating to the Gasquet- Orleans Road, 11/28/73, includes planning zone reports.

002.014.008

8. Correspondence to Donald Miller, Regional Archaeologist, U.S. Forest Service from Bobby Lake, M.A., Humboldt State, no date, concerns rebuttal to the analysis of the Gasquest-Orleans Road analysis.

 

Hopi

002.015.001

1. News clipping "Hopi Tribal elections Set," Tribune- News, Holbrook, Arizona. 10/25/73.

002.015.002

2. News clipping, "Traditional Hopis Fight Utility Line," Daily Sun, Flaggstaff, Arizona, 12/5/73, Second Mesa, Hotevilla.

002.015.003

3. News clipping, "Hopis to pick candidates for leadership of tribe," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 11/7/73, tribal elections, New Oraibe.

002.015.004

4. News clipping, "U.S. supervisor of Hopis quits," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 11/28/73.

002.015.005

5. News clipping, "Ex-leader of Hopis to face tribe chairman in runoff," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 11/9/73.

002.015.006

6. News clipping, "Hopi religious leaders appeal for continued sharing of land," Daily Sun, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5/15/73.

002.015.007

7. News clipping, "Land dispute proposals unveiled at Phoenix meeting," Tribune-News, Holbrook, Arizona, 5/10/73, Hopi, Navajo land dispute.

002.015.008

8. News clipping, "Decision on land, high school dream of Hopis," Daily Sun, Flagstaff, Arizona, 12/4/73, tribal elections.

002.015.009

9. News clipping, "Land dispute key problem; Hopis pick Sekaquaptewa," Daily Sun, Flagstaff, Arizona, 11/23/73.

002.015.010

10. News clipping, "In Oraibi ceremonies, Hopis inaugurate new tribal head," Daily Sun, Flagstaff, Arizona, 12/3/73.

002.015.011

11. News clipping, "Hopi replies to Navajo land feud," Daily Star, Tuscon, Arizona, 5/24/74.

002.015.012

12. News clipping, "Editorials; A god compromise," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/31/74, Navajo-Hopi land dispute.

002.015.013

13. News clipping, "Will the Hopis really Win?" Phoenix Gazette, Phoenix, Arizona, 6/3/74, Navajo-Hopi land dispute.

002.015.014

14. News clipping, "U professor suggests Hopi-Navajo plan," Tribune, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 6/7/74, land dispute.

002.015.015

15. News clipping, "Navajo leader wants Navajo-Hopi land dispute settled," News-Herald, Glendale, Arizona, 6/5/74.

002.015.016

16. News clipping, "Hopis feel great sense of loss," Navajo Times, 7/13/78, loss of traditional Hopi religion.

002.015.017

17. News clipping, "More about Hopi publisher," Navajo times, 7/13/78, partial article.

002.015.018

18. News clipping, "Historical museum opens to public," Qua'toqti, Oraibi, Arizona, 6/15/78, Navajo museum.

002.015.019

19. News clipping, "Remarks by Assistant Secretary Forrest Gerard to MRBC meeting in Great Falls Montana," Qua'toqti, Oraibe, Arizona, 6/15/78.

002.015.020

20. News clipping, "Council session nears end," Qua'toqti, Oraibe, Arizona, 6/15/78, Keevama versus Tribal Council law suit.

002.015.021

21. News clipping, "Hopi Art on display; for a sense of identity," Weekly Magazine, 10/13/68.

002.015.022

22. News clipping, "Oil company seeks order against Hopis," Gazette, Phoenix, Arizona, 7/13/64.

002.015.023

23. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission; The Hopi Tribe versus The United States," Docket Number 196, 12/2/76, land rights.

002.015.024

24. Manuscript, "The Hopi; Some Information About the Hopi Indians," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history.

002.015.025

25. Publication, "Techqua Ikachi; Land and Life, the Traditional Viewpoint," Newsletter, Number 4, Winter 1975, published by traditional Hopi leaders in the village of Hotvilla, in the independent Hopi Nation.

002.015.026

Manuscript, "Hopi," from the Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part I, no date.

002.015.027

27. Publication, a series of articles and letters published by the Hopi House, Washington D.C., concerns traditions, culture, history, current affairs, 1966.

002.015.028

28. Correspondence from The Committee of concern for the Traditional Indian, "Hopi Call for Action," 7/3/70, concerns strip coal mining.

002.015.029

29. Article, color photos, "Kachina Dolls," no source, no date.

002.015.030

30. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Thomas Banyaca, representative of traditional Hopi religion, 7/19/66, regarding an invitation to membership in the American Indian Historical Society.

002.015.031

31. Publication, "The Trailfinder," newsletter published by Lolomi Lodge, Banning, California, Spring, 1967, concerns hippies and Hopis.

002.015.032

32. Publication, "Independent Hopi Nation," Hotevilla, Arizona, 1/12/61, concerns Hopis and the united Nations.

002.015.033

33. Media release, "No Title," from Association on American Indian Affairs, 3/20/67, Alaskan Indians.

 

Hualapai

002.016.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission; The Hualapai Tribe of the Hualapai Reservation, Arizona versus the United States," Docket number 90, 12/21/66, land rights.

 

Iowa

002.017.001

1. Legal documents, "Before the Indian Claims Commission; the Iowa Tribe of the Iowa Reservation in Kansas and Nebraska versus the United States," Docket Number 79, 135, 138, 139, 153, 209, 5/27/52.

 

Klamath

002.018.001

1. Correspondence to Chairman and Members of the General Council of the Klamath Tribe from Douglas McKay, Secretary of the Interior, 1/3/55, concerns Klamath termination.

002.018.002

2. Publication, "Incorporation of the Klamath Indian Corporation," U.S. Senate hearings on Bill 4165, 4/25/30.

002.018.003

3. Publication, "Klamath Indian Corporation," U.S. Senate hearings on Bill 3588, 4/19/32.

002.018.004

4. Publication, "Public Law 587, 83rd Congress," no date, concerns Klamath Agency, Oregon.

002.018.005

5. News clipping, "In Portland court; Klamath Indians' land trial is scheduled for Jan. 4," Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, California, 12/26/72.

002.018.006

6. News clipping, "Money collected, he asks land, last Klamath holdout against bank," Examiner, San Francisco, California, 5/16/76.

002.018.007

7. News clipping, "Chiloquin: Same feelings," Herald, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 11/15/74, Klamath Indian refuses settlement check for land.

002.018.008

8. News clipping, "Klamath holdout meets with Ullman," Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, 7/6/78.

002.018.009

9. News clipping, "Klamath holdout wants land for Indians," Oregon Statesman, 7/5/78.

002.018.010

10. Series of News clippings on Klamath Indian land purchase, 1973.

002.018.011

11. Series of news clippings on Klamath termination, 1964.

002.018.012

12. Publication, "Muluks Hemcunga," Volume 1, Number 1, Klamath Indian Publication, 1973.

002.018.013

13. Series of news clippings on hunting, fishing and timber rights, Klamath Indian tribe, 1973.

002.018.014.

14. Map, Klamath Indian Reservation.

 

Kootenai

002.019.001

1. Series of news clipping on land dispute between Kootenai tribe in Idaho and the federal government, tribe declares war as protest, 9/74.

002.019.002

2. Manuscript, "Exhibit A; Sacred space and religion vision in world religions, a context to understand the religious claims of the Kootenai Indians," by David L. Carrasco, Professor, Religious Studies, no date.

 

Lummi

002.020.001

1. News clipping, "Lummi project-multimillion giveaway?" Times, Seattle, Washington, 1/13/74, Indian fish project.

002.020.002

2. News clipping, "Lummi project-high cost, puny returns; some see experiment as success," Times, Seattle, Washington, 1/13/74.

002.020.003

3. News clipping, "Indians' seafood pond is disappointing," Times, Seattle, Washington, 1/14/74, Lummi fish project.

002.020.004

4. News clipping, "Meet the leaders of the Lummi project," Times, Seattle, Washington, 1/16/74.

002.020.005

5. News clipping, "Lummi land," photo essay, Times, Seattle, Washington, 1/13/74.

002.020.006

6. News clipping, "$2 million grant will be used as aquaculture working capital," Herald, Bellingham, Washington, 1/16/74, Lummi fish project funding.

002.020.007

7. News clipping, "A windfall: Lummis Net New Industry,"Post- Intelligencer Seattle, Washington, 5/12/75, Lummis recoup losses from fish project.

002.020.008

8. News clipping, "Senate pans July hearing on Lummis' fishing rights," Lynden Tribune, Lynden, Washington, 6/25/64.

002.020.009

9. Position paper, "Lummi position on the Whatcom County Shorelines Management firm," Sam Cagey, Vice Chairman, Lummi Indian Business Council, 6/3/75.

002.020.010

10. News clipping, "Hit Lummi Aquaculture Management and Planning; Say Millions Wasted, Feel better site and plans that were available could have given more hope and results for Lummi," The Puget Sound Mial, Puget Sound, Washington, 2/18/71.

002.020.011

11. Publication, "Lummi Tribe Community Action Program Accomplishments," published by Indian community Action Project, 3/71.

002.020.012

12. Article, "The tribe that was made to be fisherman," Vine Deloria Jr., Smithsonian Magazine, 9/73, Lummi acquaculture.

002.020.013

13. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Royal Frew, Market Director, Lummi Indian Enterprises, 2/6/73, includes copy of "Lummi Indian Review."

002.020.014

14. Series of documents concerning Lummi economy from the Lummi Indian Business Council, 12/5/74.

002.020.015

15. Publication, "Squol Quol; Story of the Salmon," published by the Lummi Tribal Communications Center, Volume 1, Number 1, Winter, 1973.

 

Section 003

 

Makah

003.001.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, Makah Indian Tribe versus the United States," docket Number 60, 1/4/51.

003.001.002

2. Media release, "Makah Indians of Washington State Get EDA Planning Funds," 9/26/75, U.S. Department of Commerce.

003.001.003

3. News clipping, "Efforts begin to preserve language of Makah Indians," Independent Southwest, Gallup, New Mexico, 4/12/78.

003.001.004

4. News clipping, "Standing Mute," Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, 4/13/78, NEH language grant.

003.001.005

5. News clipping, "The northwest's own digs," Post- Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington, 6/25/78, Ozette archaeological excavation.

003.001.006

6. News clipping, "Saving the Makah tongue," News Tribune, Tacoma, Washington, 4/14/78, Makah language.

003.001.007

7. News clipping, "Tacoma Kids Plan /study of Makah Indians," Tacoma News Tribune, Tacoma, Washington, 6/12/64.

003.001.008

8. News clipping, "Indian challenges law," Port Angeles Evening News, Port Angeles, Washington, 5/15/64, legal jurisdiction of Makah.

003.001.009

9. News clipping, "Neah Bay, land of the Makahs," Post- Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington, 8/16/64, photo essay.

003.001.010

10. News clipping, "Sports anglers face ban by Makahs, trial told," Post- Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington, 9/11/73, hunting rights.

003.001.011

11. News clipping, "Heritage of the sea, Makah treaty rights, Part I," Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, 2/22/78.

 

Maricopa-Ak Chin

003.002.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission, The American Indian residing on the Maricopa-Ak Chin Reservation," Docket Number 235, 9/19/73.

 

Maya

003.003.001

1. Article, "The Mystifying Maya," Saturday Review, 6/28/69.

 

Menominee

003.004.001

1. Menominee Enterprises, Inc., Board of Directors, Neopit, Wisconsin, no date, lists of committees.

003.004.002

2. News clipping, "Food, warmth, company, shower on Mrs. Moshoquit," no source, 3/30/65, human interest story of elderly Indian woman.

003.004.003

3. News clipping, "Askenette refuses MRC appointment," Shawano Evening Leader, Madison, Wisconsin, 3/3/78, Menominee tribal legislature.

003.004.004

4. News clipping, "Fish election appeal dismissed," Leader, 12/11/76, Menominee tribal elections.

003.004.005

5. News clipping, "New life for the Menominees," The Milwaukee Journal, 12/28/73, Menominee Restoration Act.

 

Menominee Press 1977-78

003.005.001

1. News clipping, "House vote backs aid for tribe," Post, Washington D.C., 10/17/73, restoration of Menominee tribe to reservation status.

003.005.002

2. News clipping, "Reservation status favored by most," no source, 5/27/73.

003.005.003

3. News clipping, "It could mean more Indian gains," National Observer, Washington D.C., 2/15/75, Menominee restoration act.

003.005.004

4. News clipping, "Problems for tribe multiply after turmoil at Gresham," Journal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 3/31/75, tribal takeover.

003.005.005

5. News clipping, "Tribal legislature election results," no source, no date, vote count.

003.005.006

6. News clipping, "Menominees' progress slow," Wausau Daily Herald, Madison, Wisconsin, 8/19/77, tribal legislature election.

003.005.007

7. News clipping, "Menominee legislature vote slated," Appleton-Post Crescent, Madison, Wisconsin, 9/13/77.

003.005.008

8. Series of news clipping, 4/78, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, concerns murder charge against Lloyd Gathier, Jr. Menominee Indian.

003.005.009

9. News clipping, "Indians to challenge Wolf water permit," Antigo Daily Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, 2/10/78, water rights.

003.005.010

10. News clipping, "Legal team serves Menominee Indians," Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, 4/29/78.

003.005.011

11. News clipping, "What's happening at Menominee clinic?" Shawano Evening Leader, Madison, Wisconsin, 4/21/78.

003.005.012

12. Series of news clippings, July/78, Menominee tribal elections, Madison Wisconsin.

003.005.013

13. News clipping, "Leader outlines goals for Menominee tribe," Milwaukee Sentinel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 4/14/79, tribal leadership.

003.005.014

14. News clipping, "Menominee teacher writes stories for children," Shawano Evening Leader, Madison, Wisconsin, 3/23/79.

 

Mescalero Apache

003.006.001

1. Legal document, "before the Indian Claims Commission, The Mescalero Apache Tribe versus the United States," Docket number 22-B, 7/7/66.

 

Mesquakie

003.007.001

1. News clipping, "Mesquakie culture survives despite outside pressures," Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 4/16/78.

003.007.002

2. News clipping, "Federal land claim contested by tribe," Tama, Iowa, 11/73.

003.007.003

3. News clipping, "Mesquakies tell their story at meeting in Des Moines," News Herald, Tama, Iowa, 5/3/73, land trust issue.

003.007.004

4. News clipping, "Mesquakies to have new school," News Herald, Tama, Iowa, 8/9/73.

003.007.005

5. News clipping, "Historical background on Mesquaki Indian Pow Wow," News-Herald, Tama, Iowa, 8/9/73.

003.007.006

6. News clipping, "Gate admission to Pow Wow reduced to $2 due to local incidents and high cost of living," News Herald, Tama, Iowa, 8/2/73.

003.007.007

7. News clipping, "The Mesquakies, they live in an open fortress," Register, Des Moines, Iowa, 4/27/75, photo essay.

 

Miccosukee

003.008.001

1. News clipping, "Miccosukee mode meets time's test," Miami Herald, Florida, 4/5/78, clothing.

003.008.002

2. News clipping, "Miccosukees, WMD officials," no date, no source, concerns land and water rights, with attached notes.

003.008.003

3. News clipping, "Miccosukees go it alone," Herald, Miami, Florida, 4/15/73, self-determination issue.

 

Mohave

003.009.001

1. Media release, "Mojave Judgment Plan Published," BIA, 5/11/76.

003.009.002

2. Article, "Scalps and Scalpers in Mohave Indian Culture," El Palaceo, summer/69, history, culture.

003.009.003

3. Correspondence and resolution to Judge Walter Hickel from the Fort Mojave Tribal Council, California, Arizona, Nevada, 10/27/70, treaty and land issues.

003.009.004

4. News clipping, "Pettis asks for title," Needles Desert Star, Needles, California, 4/18/74, concerns trust patent for Fort Mojave.

003.009.005

5. News clipping, "Mojave face problems," Desert Star, Needles, California, 4/18/74, tribal fiscal problems.

003.009.006

6. News clipping, "Land dispute splits Mojave Indians," San Bernardino Sun, San Bernardino, California, 11/11/73.

003.009.007

7. News clipping, "Mojave Tribal Council seeks $5 million loan," Mohave Valley News, Bullhead City, Arizona, 7/5/73, land improvement.

003.009.008

8. News clipping, "Mojaves settle $550,000, regain 8,000 acres," Desert Star, Needles, California, 5/6/75.

003.009.009

9. News clipping, "Mohaves fight for means to take care of their own," Sun- Telegram, San Bernardino, California, 11/18/75, health issues.

 

Mohawk

003.010.001

1. News clipping, "Mohawk Indian works dangerously- hundreds of feet above sidewalk," no source, no date.

003.010.002

2. Ganienkeh Manifesto, message to Congress, 7/8/70, authored by Louis Hall, Secretary, Caughnawaga Branch, Six Nations Confederacy.

 

Munsee-Stockbridge

003.011.001

1. News clipping, "Area National Guard aid Indians," Courier Press, Wisconsin, 6/21/78, road project for Stockbridge.

003.011.002

2. Correspondence to AIHS from Stockbridge Munsee Historical Library Museum, 1/11/78, membership.

003.011.003

3. Corporate charter of the Stockbridge Munsee Community of Wisconsin, 6/18/34.

003.011.004

4. Constitution and By-Laws of the Stockbridge Munsee community, no source, no date.

 

Nanticokes

003.012.001

1. Article, "A century of accommodation: The Nanticoke Indians in Colonial Maryland," Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 74, No. 2, 6/79.

 

Narrangansett

003.013.001

1. Correspondence and legal document, to Jeannette Henry, AIHS from John Shepheard, BIA, 5/24/83, tribal recognition.

 

Navajo (File #1)

003.014.001 - 003.014.110

Series of news clippings, 1928-1980, various sources and topics.

 

Navajo (File #2)

003.015.001 - 003.015.018

Documents, correspondence, and other material regarding the Navajo.

 

Navajo Elections

003.016.001

1. News clipping, election advertisement, Navajo Times, 10/27/82.

003.016.002

2. News clipping, "Navajo Vote comes at a Tribal Turning Point," The New York Times, 8/12/82.

003.016.003

3. News clipping, "Abuses in government and reform aired at ZAH rallies," Navajo times, 10/6/82.

003.016.004

4. News clipping, "Zah-Begay landslide predicted by Skeet," Navajo times, 10/14/82.

003.016.005

5. News clipping, "MacDonald and Zah soar to primary victories," Navajo Times, 8/12/82.

003.016.006

6. News clipping, "MacDonald Paul Times," paid for by the committee to re- elect MacDonald Paul, no date.

003.016.007

7. News clipping, "With two weeks to go, election tough t predict, peyote use challenged," Navajo Times, 10/20/82.

003.016.008

8. News clipping, "Zah defeats MacDonald," Navajo Times, 11/4/82.

 

Oneida

003.017.001

"Docket No. 75, Before the Indian Claims Commission. Emigrant New York Indians, ... , The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community vs. The United States of America."

 

Osage

003.018.001 - 003.018.009

Press clippings, correspondence, and other material regarding the Osage.

 

Pala (and San Antonio De Pala)

003.019.001

Press clipping, "San Antonio De Pala: the happy stepchild" by Mary Domb Mikkelson.

 

Papgoes

003.020.001

1. Correspondence to "Friends," from Mrs. Walker Butler, 1/15/74, letter to Wassaja regarding Papago water rights.

003.020.002

2. Article, "Tribal Governments; Indian Oasis School District Number 40, Chairmen of the Papago Council," Michael S. Adams, no date, list of Papago tribal leaders from 1937-1979.

003.020.003

3. Media release, "Papago Mining Project EIS Now Available," Department of the Interior, 6/7/78.

003.020.004

4. Media release, "Papago Tribe of Arizona Aided by EDA-Funded Study," United States Department of Commerce, 6/26/75.

003.020.005

5. Publication, "The Papago People: At Home in the Desert," The Arizona Daily Star, 4/24/77, concerns history, culture, contemporary issues.

003.020.006

6. Article, "Papago Indian Population Movement: An Index of Culture Change," C.Roderick Wilson, Rocky mountain Social Science Journal, 4/69.

003.020.007

7. Article, "Army Corps Dam on Papago," Wassaja, no date, with attached handwritten notes.

003.020.008

8. Series of 14 sperate news clippings, 1973, Arizona newspapers, concerning the resignation of the tribe's lawyer, Edward Berger and the overpayment by the Papago for his services.

 

Passamaquoddy

003.021.001

1. News clipping, "Passamaquoddy Reclaim Property," Wabanaki Alliance, 9/75, concerns land dispute in Maine.

003.021.002

2. Article, "Indians on the Lawpath," The New Republic, 4/30/77, concerns land claim in Maine.

 

Pawnee

003.022.001

1. Correspondence to tribal member from Charles G. Shunatona, Chairman, Pawnee, no date, with attached amendments to Pawnee Indian Tribe of Oklahoma constitution.

003.022.002

2. Correspondence to Indian Rights Committee from Owen Echo-Hawk, 5/3/74, legal rights of Oklahoma Indians.

003.022.003

3. Media release, "Pawnee Indian Tribe of Oklahoma Gets EDA Grant for Industrial Park," 6/6/78.

003.022.004

4. News clipping, "BIA repeats realrider recognition," Tulsa Tribune, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 4/28/73, Pawnee Tribal Business Council.

003.022.005

5. News clipping, "Hospital adds doctors, dentists," Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, 7/28/73, Pawnee Indian Hospital.

003.022.006

6. News clipping, "Pawnees re-elect opponenets of AIM," Denver Post, Denver, Colorado, 5/7/73.

003.022.007

7. News clipping, "Pawnee doctor to help," no source, no date.

 

Pima (and Narrangansett...)

003.023.001

1. Correspondence to Walter Woehke from Dirk Lay D.D., Presbyterian Indian Mission, Sacaton Arizona, 11/21/23, Indian Advisory Council, Pimas.

003.023.002

2. Memorandum to "All Interested Persons" from Pima Maricopa staff, 1/7/74, concerns tribal newspaper.

003.023.003

3. Correspondence to Stella Atwood from August Duclos, Superintendent of the Pima Agency, Sacaton, Arizona, 11/10/23, concerns general information on the Pima tribe.

003.023.004

4. Article "No Title", Anna Hanois, Maine Indian Newsletter, Volume 3, Number 3, 11/63, a letter from a woman regarding her husbands lost job and the desperate time for her as an Indian in Maine.

003.023.005

5. News clipping "U.S. Backs Oklahoma Seminoles in Dispute With Florida Group," The Washington Post, 3/3/78.

003.023.006

6. News clipping "At sacred burial ground; Piscataway chant heard again," Prince George Sentinel, Adelphi, Maryland, 7/3/74, Turkey Tayac, Potomac/Maryland tribes.

003.023.007

7. News clipping, "Tribal government development workshop conducted here,"Yerington, Nevada, Mason Valley News, 6/30/73, concerns Paiute.

003.023.008

8. News clipping, "Piscataway seek rebirth; a vanishing tribe files for incorporation," no source, no date.

003.023.009

9. News clipping, "Indians get state charter, Piscataway tribe receives Maryland charter, Washington Post, 6/27/74.

003.023.010

10. News clipping, "Rhodes bills affect Indians," Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 5/23/64, Maricopa Indians.

003.023.011

11. News clipping, "Fifteen Indians to guide blind delegates," Gazette, Phoeniz, Arizona, 6/27/64, Pima Indians.

003.023.012

12. News clipping, "Vandalized Again.".

003.023.013

13. News clipping, "Before and After."

 

Pit River Indians

003.024.001 - 003.024.049

Press clippings and other material on the Pit River Indians.

 

Potawatomi (and Kickapoo)

003.025.001

1. Article, "The Pottawatomie Baptist Manual Labor Training School," Thomas P. Barr, Kansas Historical Quarterly, Winter 1977.

003.025.002

2. Report, "Potawatomi and Kickapoo Peoples Unite to Regain Their Destiny," no source, no date.

003.025.003

3. Media release, "National center for dispute settlement to meet with Prairie Band Potawatomi Indians to draft a new constitution," Department of the Interior, 9/25/73.

003.025.004

4. Series of news clippings, 1972, concerns Potawatomi Indians of Kansas, law suits to reinstate constitution.

 

Potawatomi Etc. (Chippewa...)

003.026.001

1. News clipping "Coal controversy, strip-mine opponents to push fight despite West Virginia setback, miner's fear loss of jobs," no source, March/71

003.026.002

2. News clipping, Saskatchewan Native women's association finds new direction in political arena," New Breed Journal, 10/82.

003.026.003

3. News clipping, "Chief claims evictions needed to save land," Herald American, Syracuse, New York, 4/7/74, concerns Onandaga Reservation.

003.026.004

4. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission," Docket number 13-F, the Pottawatomie, Delaware, Hanahville, Shawnee, Ottawa, Wyandot tribes versus the United States, 9/22/78.

 

Powhatan

003.027.001

1. Article, "Last of the Powhatans, the dwindling reservation life of the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Indians of Virginia," The Washington Sunday Star, 6/25/72.

003.027.002

2. Publication, "Powhatan Newsletter," Volume 1, Number 3, no date.

 

Pueblo Tribes

003.028.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission," Pueblo of Taos versus the United states, docket number 357, 9/8/65.

003.028.002

2. Report, "Pueblo governors-1977," no date, no source.

003.028.003

3. Memorandum from the All Indian Pueblo Council, Inc.," August 14, 1973- January 1974, concerns resolutions and recommendations sent to President Richard Nixon regarding the Indian appointment to the President's Commission on Civil Rights.

003.028.004

4. Publication "Pueblo News," published by the All Indian Pueblo Council, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 7/78.

003.028.005

5. Article, "The Great Tesuque Water War," Southwest Association of Indian Affairs Quarterly, Summer, 1975.

003.028.006

6. Article, "The Pueblo Cornplanter,"no source, no date, concerns Pueblo Indian history and culture.

003.028.007

7. Report, "Remarks made by Joseph M. Montoya at the constitution signing ceremony of the All-Pueblo Council, Santa domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, 10/16/65.

003.028.008

8. Media Release from Santo Domingo Tribe, Santo domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, 6/30/75, concerns arts and craft fair announcement.

003.028.009

9. Article, "The Pueblo," The Indian Trader, 2/76, concerns Pueblo Indian history.

003.028.010

10. Report "Statement of the governor Joe Quanchello, Governor of Picuris Pueblo, New Mexico, no date, concerns reservation landwater rights, education, public health service and BIA.

003.028.011

11. Publication, "Constitution of the All Indian Pueblo Council," adopted 10/16/65.

003.028.012

12. Publication, "Material for the Record: Highlights of Two Indian Programs Funded by the Office of Native American Programs," no source, 3/6/75.

003.028.013

13. Report, "The Pueblo," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

003.028.014

14. Excerpt from The Handbook of American Indians, North of Mexico, Bulletin 30, Bureau of American Ethnography, 1910, "Pueblos."

003.028.015

15. Media release "Pueblo De Cochiti of New Mexico gets EDA job grant," United States Department of Commerce, 4/15/75.

003.028.016

16. Correspondence to Senator James Abourezk from Pueblo of Isleta, 8/27/73, concerns representation on the American Indian Policy Review Commission.

003.028.017 - 003.028.037

17. Series of news clippings, 1964-84, concerns Pueblo Indians, various topics.

 

Puyallup

003.029.001

1. Correspondence to Ramona Bennett Chairwoman, Puyallup Tribal Council from Jeannette Henry, Editor, Wassaja, 7/31/75, regarding a story on the tribe.

003.029.002

2. Correspondence to Wassaj from Marguerite Bick, National Lawyers Guild, State of Washington, 8/27/73, concerns the Indian Summer Project.

003.029.003

3. Report, "Puyallup Tribal Council Resolution Number 76-3-15," issued by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Medicine Creek Treaty Nation, 3/15/76.

003.029.004 - 003.029.028

4. Series of news clippings, 1972-74, concerns the Puyallup Tribe, tribal elections, gambling, FBI occupation, land issues, fishing rights.

 

Quechan (File #1)

003.030.001

1. Legal document, "Public Law 86-634, Removal of Indian Reservation Markers," 7/12/60.

003.030.002

2. Report, "Joint Tribal position paper Salt River Pima- Maricopa Indian Community and Ft. McDowell Indian Community," Filmore Carlos and Harry Jones, no date.

003.030.003

3. Report, "Quechan Indian Tribal Council, Fort Yuma, California," 11/6/63, resolution on water rights.

003.030.004

4. Publication "Constitution and By-Laws of the Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Reservation California," approved 12/18/36.

003.030.005

5. Report "An account of the 1893 agreement as related by the Quechan Indian eye-witnesses,"submitted by J.L. Jackson, tribal chairmen, 1936.

003.030.006

6. Publication "In the Supreme Court of the U.S. the Quechan tribe versus the United States," 10/64.

003.030.007

7. Publication "Ten Year Program Fort Yuma Reservation," prepared by the Colorado River Agency, Parker, Arizona, 1964.

003.030.008

8. Series of documents released by the Quechan Tribal Council, Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, Yuma, Arizona, 1975, concerns water rights, land rights and tribal legal issues.

003.030.009

9. Media release from Governor Edmund Brown, 8/25/65, anti-poverty grant.

003.030.010

10. Correspondence to Billy Salgado, California Indian Coordinating Council from Edmund Jackson, Quechan Tribal Chairman, Fort Yuma, California, denying the council the right to represent Quechan.

003.030.011

11. Report, "Yuma," from the Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part 1, no date.

003.030.012

12. Article "Quechans Charge Official with Conspiracy- As Abourezk to Hold Hearing," no source, no date.

003.030.013

13. Report "Statement regarding recognition of certain lands as belonging to the Quechan Tribe of Indians," Elmer M. Savilla, President, Quechan Tribal Council, 8/29/74.

003.030.014

14. Memorandum to Wade Head, Area Director, Phoenix, Arizona from William Veeder, Water Conservation Specialist, U.S. Department of the Interior, 4/15/70, concerns the title of the Quechan Tribe in the Yuma Indian Reservation, San Diego, California.

 

Quechan (File #2)

003.031.015

15. Legal document, "Title to certain lands within the boundaries of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation as established by executive order, the solicitor's opinion," 1/18/77.

003.031.016 - 003.031.068

16. Series of news clippings relating to Quechan issues, primarily from 1973, land issues.

 

Quileute

003.032.001

1. News clipping, "Quileutes ponder school," Forum, Forks, Washington, 3/2/78.

003.032.002

2. Publication, "Quileute Indian News," Volume 1, Number 9, 9/16/75.

 

Quinault

003.033.001

1. Legal document, "Constitution of the Quinault Indian Nation," adopted 3/22/75.

003.033.002

2. Memorandum to Regional Solicitor, Portland, Oregon from Acting Associate Solicitor, Division of Indian Affairs, 7/22/77, concerns Quinault zoning ordinances.

003.033.003

3. Legal document, "United States Court of Appeals," United States and Quinault Tribe of Indians versus the State of Washington, 6/4/75.

003.033.004

4. Report "The Quinaults, Their Land, Their Water," Frank C. Fickeisen for the American Friends Service Committee, no date.

003.033.005

5. Series of news clippings, 1964, concerns Quinault Tribe in Washington, tribal lands, state jurisdiction, history, culture.

003.033.006

6. Series of news clippings, 1973, concerns Quinault tribe of Washington, state jurisdiction.

003.033.007

7. Series of news clippings, 1975, concerns Quinault tribe, legal jurisdiction and development issues.

003.033.008

8. News clipping, "Dead-end Taholah moving ahead," Times, Seattle, Washington, 5/30/76, concerns Quinault Tribal Business Council and town development.

003.033.009

9. Series of news clippings, 1978, concerns Quinault development, logging issues, finances and bald eagles.

003.033.010 - 003.033.026

10. Series of news clippings, 1979, concerns Quinault elections, vandalized cemetary.

 

Samish Indian

003.034.001

1. Publication "Indian Voice," published by the Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington, Volume 10, Number 6, 6/80.

003.034.002

2. Resolution "In support of the Samish Tribe's efforts to obtain federal recognition," Seattle, Washington, 11/2/82.

003.034.003

3. Correspondence to Kenneth Smith, Assitant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior from Jeffrey Schuster, attorney for the Salish Tribe, 11/23/82, concerns tribal recognition.

003.034.004

4. Correspondence to Jeffrey Schuster, attorney for Salish Tribe from the Office of Indian Affairs, 12/8/82, concerns the Freedom of Information Act.

 

San Diego Area Indians

003.035.001

1. News clipping, "A new deal for Indians; County Redmen have long list of complaints," The San Diego sun, San Diego, California, 2/13/33.

003.035.002

2. News clipping, "Authority on Indian tribes tells plight," "Indians are in need of medical care," "Government gives Indian children aid," The San Diego Sun, San Diego, California, 11/2/31.

003.035.003

3. Report, "San Diego Museum of Man," First Annual San Diego County Historical conference, 3/20/65.

 

Santa Rosa

003.036.001

1. Exhibit F, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, correspondence to Captain Juan Maria Costa Aguanga from F.E. Leupp, Commissioner, Riverside County, 12/29/1906.

003.036.002

2. News clipping "Lo, the poor California Indians; second class citizenship," San Francisco Sunday Examiner, 2/13/66.

003.036.003

3. Handwritten list of "People of Santa Rosa who contributed to Juan M. Costa's trip to Washington D.C., on their behalf toward the Santa Rosa case," thirty nine names, no date, no source.

 

Seminole

003.037.001

1. Report "An Oral History of the Seminoles," Susan B. Robbins, D.S.W. Assistant Professor, University of Houston, no date.

003.037.002

2. Report "Seminole Jursdictional Act," 5/20/24, concerns Seminole Freedmen, former slaves who were admitted to the tribe and are being denied tribal recognition.

003.037.003

3. Report "The Seminole," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

003.037.004

4. Publication "Ethnohistory," Volume 9, Number 3, 1962.

003.037.005

5. Publication "Ethnohistory," Volume 10, Number 1, 1963.

003.037.006

6. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Dwayne Miller, Research Analyst, Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, 11/10/75, updating tribal roles.

003.037.007

7. Media release "EDA approves grant to help Florida Indians continue job program, U.S. Department of Commerce, 5/9/75.

003.037.008

8. Article, "No Title" no source, no date, concerns Florida Seminole.

003.037.009

9. Report, "Tally of votes for the General Election of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma," 8/4/73.

003.037.010

10. Report "Seminole Girl," Merwyn S.Gabarino, 2/70, an autobiography of a Florida Seminole woman.

003.037.011

12. Media release, "Seminole Tribe of Florida gets EDA grant for pool," U.S. Department of Commerce, 5-15-75.

003.037.012

13. Report "The Seminole Uprising of 1907," Harry Kelsey Jr., Florida Anthroplogist Volume 27, Number 2, 6/74.

003.037.013 - 003.037.033

11. Series of news clippings, 1978-79, concerning the Florida Seminole Tribe, liquor and tobacco sales, BIA funds, dispute between Oklahoman and Florida Seminoles.

 

Seneca (and Cayuga)

003.038.001

1. Report "The Cayuga," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date, history, culture.

003.038.002

2. Report "Estimated Reservation Population and Reported Land," U.S. Department of the Interior, 6/30/63.

003.038.003

3. News clipping, correspondence and map, regarding the Tulare Indians, Tulare Indian Reservation, California and their possible removal, 7/7/23.

003.038.004

4. Publication, "The Kinzua Dam Controversy; a practical solution without a scheme," published by the Kinzua Project of the Indian committee, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1961, two copies.

003.038.005

5. Correspondence to "Friends," from Gannagaro Association, Inc., 6/6/68, concerns the Seneca Indian capital, Boughton Hill, New York.

003.038.006

6. Publication "The Seneca Nation of Indians Official Newsletter," published by the Seneca Nation, 5/31/75.

003.038.007

7. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry and the American Indian Historical Society from John Mohawk, 8/24/72, with attached Seneca lease and a copy of the constitution.

003.038.008

8. Media release "Seneca Tribe of New York get EDA grant," U.S. Department of Commerce, 6/4/75.

003.038.009

9. Correspondence to "Unknown" from Flip White, 1978, a personal letter accusing the Seneca Nation of having lost its moral responsibility due misuse of tribal funds.

003.038.010

10. Declaration of the Seneca Indian People.

003.038.011 - 003.038.038

11. Series of news clipppings dated 1964-1973 concerning various issues, the Seneca, Cayuga, history, culture, development, elections, finances and litigation.

 

Shoshone East (and Bannock)

003.039.001

1. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from W.L. Miller, Acting Chief, Branch of Land Operation, U.S.Department of the Interior, 3/7/67, concerns map of Western Shoshones.

003.039.002

2. Publication "Ged'Za-Dum" published by Shoshone- Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Indian Reserved Lands, Idaho, Volume Six Number 1, 5/76.

003.039.003

3. Report "Bannock," from the Handbook of American Indians, Bulletin 30, Part I, no date, history.

003.039.004

4. Report "Fact sheet of the reservation," no source, no date, concerns Fort Hall Reservation, Boise River, Idaho.

003.039.005

5. Series of news clippings, various dates, Shoshone and Bannock Tribes of Idaho.

 

Siletz

003.040.001

1. Series of transcripts of testimonies before the United States Senate, committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommitte on Indian Affairs, on S. 2801, the Siletz Restoration Bill, 3/30/76, history, economy, health, tribal identity.

003.040.002

2. Report, "The Siletz Restoration Bill, a historical summary," the legislative review, and Senate testimony on the bill, 3/30/76.

003.040.003

3. Publication, "Indian News Clips," Office of Information, 12/10/77.

003.040.004

4. Media release, "Preparation of a Siletz memebership roll," U.S. Department of the Interior, Department of Indian Affairs, 5/1/78.

003.040.005

5. Correspondence to Wassaja from Pamela Hunt, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz, 5/14/75, listing of the Siletz Confederated Tribe.

003.040.006 - 003.040.016

6. Series of news clippings, various sources, 1975-1978, concerns Siletz tribal rights, Siletz Tribal Restoration Bill, hunting and fishing rights and the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department.

 

Soboba

003.041.001 - 003.041.011

1. Series of material/news clippings, 1927, 1964, 1985, concerns the Soboba Indian Tribe, land dispute, recognition.

 

Section 004

004.001.001

1. List of tribal, federal, public school, state and private agencies, Fort Totten Reservation, Devils Lake Sioux, North Dakota, no date.

004.001.002

2. News clipping "Oglala Sioux gets aid promise from civil liberties union," no source, no date.

004.001.003

3. News clipping "Abourezk hearings open trustee investigation," Wassaja Special supplement, 7/73.

004.001.004

4. Article "Energy Development and the Effects of Mining on the Lakota Nation," Journal of Ethnic Studies , Volume 10, Number 1, Spring 1982.

004.001.005

5. Report "The Sioux: Answers to questions often asked." Prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no dtae.

004.001.006

6. Copy of excerpt from New Sources of Indian History: 1850-1891, Stanley Vestal, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1934.

004.001.007

7. Report "Statement of A. Donald Mileur, Chief of the Indian Claims Section," Department of Justice, 5/4/76.

004.001.008

8. Reprint of two articles "Ghost Dances in the West," 1/17/1891 and "Masking the Frauds: Attempt to Suppress the Illustrated American," 2/7/1891, The Illustrated American, reprinted by Acoma Books, 1976, Pine Ridge, Sioux, Wounded Knee.

004.001.009

9. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from William, 9/26/75, concerns resignation from WKLD/OC.

004.001.010

10. Media release from the Indian Claims Commission, 2/15/74, concerns Black Hills, Sioux.

004.001.011

11. Memorandum to The Law and Order Committee of the White Clay District Council of the Pine Ridge Oglala Reservation from William Meyer, 8/29/75, concerns his resignation from working as a legal worker with the Oglala Legal Committee and the WKLD.

004.001.012

12. Consitution and By-Laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dalota, Government Printing Office, 1951.

004.002.001

1. Program "Rapid City Indian Service Council," 6/14/73, conference on Indian Youth, South Dakota.

004.002.002

2. News clipping "Ritual Dance Painful Sight for Visitors," Oklahoma, 8/8/73 Sioux Sun Dance.

004.002.003

3. Photocopy "Treaty with the Sioux-Brule, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arc, and Santee and Arapaho, 1868," no source.

004.002.004

4. News clipping, "Indians occupy land near Onawa," Sioux City Journal, 4/6/73.

004.002.005

5. Publication "Report of Investigation: Oglala Sioux Tribe, General Election, 1974," U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 10/74.

004.002.006

6. Media release, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1/10/75, concerns election irregularities in the Oglala Sioux Tribal elections.

004.002.007

7. Notes on Lakota, no source, no date.

004.002.008

8. Media release "USD awarded grant to prepare Americna Indian's in Special Education," 5/28/75, University of South Dakota.

004.002.009

9. Correspondence to Wassaja regarding a book review, 5/17/72.

004.002.010

10. Media release "Standing Rock tribe gets EDA grant for job project in South Dakota," 5/28/75, U.S. Department of Commerce.

004.002.011

11. Newsletter "Share" Volume 4, Number 10, October 1974, concerns the Sioux.

004.002.012

12. Media release "Yankton Sioux plan for judgment funds is announced," U.S. Department of the Interior, 6/24/74.

004.002.013

13. News clipping "AIM leader Means says he's 'retiring'," no source, no date.

004.002.014

14. News clipping "Occupation of the Wagner pork processing plant," Wagner, South Dakota, 3/27/75, Yankton Sioux, Eagle Warriors Society.

004.002.015

15. News clipping "Dick Wilson Solicits Opposition of Public to Tactics Used by AIM," Bennett County, South Dakota, 4/10/75, Oglala Sioux.

004.002.016

16. News clipping, "Do we own or rent? Sioux 400 occupants ask," White River, South Dakota, 4/10/75.

004.002.017

17. News clipping "Federal, Indian water rights conclave slated," Grand Forks, North Dakota, 4/6/75.

004.002.018

18. News clipping "State jurisdiction is upheld in Gregory, Tripp Mellette, Lyman," South Dakota, 7/24/75.

004.002.019

19. News clipping "AIM doesn't apologize for two dead agents," South Dakota, 6/30/75, Pine Ridge, Wounded Knee.

004.002.020

20. News clipping "Posse Answers Call for Help From FBI Agents," South Dakota, 7/3/75.

004.002.021

21. News clipping "FBI agents search reservation for killers," 6/28/75, Pine Ridge Reservation.

004.002.022

22. News clipping "War Zone , U.S.A.-that's Pine Ridge Indian Country," San Francisco Examiner, 7/28/75.

004.003.001

1. News clipping "Indians ask equality, justice," Morristown, New Jersey, 8/2/73, Wounded Knee, Pine Ridge.

004.003.002

2. News clipping "Sioux will get payment in suit," Minneapolis, Minnesota, 6/29/73, Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux.

004.003.003

3. News clipping "Rosebud primary has 14 seeking 2 top positions," South Dakota, 7/30/73.

004.003.004

4. News clipping, "Tribal leader still criticized in Pine Ridge," Minneapolis, Minnesota, 7/1/73, Dick Wilson.

004.003.005

5. Outline of U.S. treaties and agreements with the Sioux 1805-1882, no date, no source.

004.003.006

6. News clipping "New Indian youth center will stress education," South Dakota, 8/2/73.

004.003.007

7. Media release "Sioux Indian Cultural Center proposed for Rapid City," Department of the Interior, 4/28/75.

004.003.008

8. Report "Declaration of Continuing Independence by the First International Indian Treaty Council at Standing Rock Sioux Indian Country," no source, no date.

004.003.009

9. Publication "Tourist Boycott: Roam Free in South Dakota," American Indian Movement, no date.

004.003.010

10. Publication "Pine Ridge After Wounded Knee: The Terror Goes On," no date, no source.

004.003.011

11. Reprint "Constitution and By-Laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936.

004.003.012

12. Photocopy "Treaty with the Sioux: Brule, Oglala, et. al.," 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty.

004.003.013

13. Media release "Statement of Leonard Crowdog from the Pierre Jail," no source, September 10.

004.003.014

14. Summary "Treaty of April 29, 1868, Fort Laramie," no source, no date.

004.003.015

15. News clipping "Fate of Indian treaties rides into U.S. court," San Francisco Examiner, 12/16/74.

004.003.016

16. Report "The Sioux: Answers to questions often asked," prepared by the American Indian Historical Society, no date.

004.003.017

17. Article "Pagan Interlude: Memories of an 1889 hunting trip with the Sioux," The American West, Volume 15, Number 2, Spring 1978.

004.003.018

18. Article "The Sioux," Holiday, September 1948.

004.003.019

19. News clipping "Custer's Last Stand: The Indians tell their story of Montana massacre," Stockton, California, 5/29/66.

004.004.001

1. Postcards "Crazy Horse Monument," no source, no date.

004.004.002

2. News clipping "U.S. approves $12 million to pay Sioux for land," New York Times, 8/6/67.

004.004.003

3. News clipping "Sioux 1, Cavalry 0," San Francisco Chronicle, no date.

004.004.004

4. News clipping, "Old Man of the Mountain," Omaha, Nebraska, 11/13/66.

004.004.005

5. Poem to be placed on Crazy Horse Monument," 1965.

004.004.006

6. News clipping "Cultural conflict keeping strife alive in Sioux: Memory of massacre by cavalry in 1890 still lingers on reservation," no date, no source.

004.004.007

7. News clipping "An age swept by," San Francisco Examiner, 4/26/64, Sioux.

004.004.008

8. News clipping "The White Wigwam," San Francisco, 4/23/64.

004.004.009

9. News clipping "Latest Alcatraz notion: Why not make it a prison," Oakland, California, 4/26/64.

004.004.010

10. News clipping "A hero's grave for scapegoat," San Francisco Examiner, 9/10/67, Major Marcus Reno.

004.004.011

11. Media release "Secretary Kreps announces grants to stimulate growth in Nebraska and South Dakota," U.S. Department of the Interior, 4/28/78.

004.004.012

12. Article "General Philip Sheridan's Legacy: The Sioux Pony Campaign of 1876," Richmond Clow, Nebraska History, Volume 57, Number 4, Winter 1976.

004.004.013

13. Publication "Minnesota History: Sioux Uprising Issue," Fall 1976.

004.004.014

14. News clipping, "Old headdress recalls history of Indian chief," Washington, 4/30/64.

004.004.015

15. Publication "Lakota Oyate-Ki," no date, publication to educate the prison and outside population on Native American prison issues.

004.004.016

16. Resolution adopted by the traditional leadership of the Pine Ridge Reservation, 6/1/75.

004.004.017

17. Legal document U.S. District Court South Dakota, 1975, jurisdiction issue.

004.005.001

1. Manuscript "The Teton Dakota," The Native Americans, Spenser, Jennings, et. al., Harper and Row, pp.350-381, no date.

004.006.001

1. Report "Summary of Events," Pine Ridge Reservation, June 1975.

004.006.002

2. Posters , 3, "Sun Dance," Oglala Sioux Tribe, August 1965.

004.006.003

3. Media releases, "Pine Ridge/Wounded Knee," sources; AIM, Oglala Communications Center, Indigena, National Council of Churches, July- September, 1975.

004.006.004

4. Resolution of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council, Resolution 72-55, November 1972, "Resolution to protect property, interests, and sovereign dignity of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

004.006.005

5. Series of news clippings, various sources, various dates from June- September, 1975, concerns, Pine Ridge/ Wounded Knee.

004.007.001

1. Series of news clippings, various sources, various dates, December 1975, concerns Sioux, Wounded Knee, Pine Ridge.

004.007.002

2. Media release, "Pine Ridge Reservation Elections Set, Wilson wants re- election," November 30, 1975, no source.

004.007.003

3. Congressional Record, House, H 1738, "To restore order and respect for law at Wounded, Knee," 3/14/73.

004.007.004

4. Photocopy of letter from "Traditional Chiefs and Headmen, Oglala Nation of the Teton Sioux, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota," to President Gerald Ford, 7/24/75.

004.007.005

5. Bill S.2780 and supporting correspondence, December 1975, the Black Hills Bill.

004.007.006

6. Article "A Report from Pine Ridge; Conditions on the Oglala Sioux Reservation," Civil Rights Digest, Summer 1975.

004.007.007

7. Document "Wanted Dead or Alive; Native people's court list of Indian Traitors," June 1978, Pine Ridge, Wounded Knee.

004.008.001

1. News clippings, various sources, August-September, 1975, concerns Treaty of Fort Laramie, Oglala Lakota Nation.

004.008.002

2. News clippings, various sources, August 1973, concerns Pine Ridge/Wounded Knee.

004.008.003

3. Correspondence from James Abourezk to "Friend," 9/17/75, concerns opening prayer of Chief Fools Crow.

004.008.004

4. Correspondence for Congressman Sidney Yates, 9/23/75, concerns Indian harassment on Pine Ridge.

004.008.005

5. Articles, housing issues for Oglala Lakota, Journal of Housing, Number 3, 1964.

004.008.006

6. Memornadum of Agreement between the Oglala Sioux Indian Tribe of South Dakota and the National Park Service, June 1975, Badlands agreement, Indian land use.

004.008.007

7. Memorandum to Secretary of the Interior from the Deputy Assistant Secretary, 6/24/75, concerns Pine Ridge.

004.009.001

1. Series of 31 pages of news clippings, various source, March 1973, concerns Wounded Knee/ Pine Ridge.

004.009.002

2. Series of reports, "Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890," authored by Lehman Brightman, Dennis Banks, Talbert Looking Elk and Reverend Simon Looking Elk, 1/26/76.

004.009.003

3. Report ot Senator Sam Ervin from Hank Adams, National Director SAIA, 5/6/74.

004.009.004

4. Article "The Second Tragedy at Wounded Knee," The American West, Volume 10, Number 3, 1973.

004.009.005

5. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Standing Rock Reservation Landowners Association, North Dakota, 8/8/78, press release about the organization.

004.009.006

6. Article "Remember Wounded Knee," Rocky Mountain Review, Volume 4, Number 1, 1967.

004.010.001

1. Series of news clippings, various sources, December 1975, January 1976 concerns Wounded Knee/Pine Ridge.

004.010.002

2. Associated Press Wire, December 29, 1975, concerns Wounded Knee Massacre, 1890.

004.010.003

3. Testimony by Alvin M. Josephy on Senate Bill 1147, 2/5/76, concerns Wounded Knee Massacre, 1890.

004.010.004

4. Series of reprints of statements and testimonies before the Senate Judiciary Committee, 2/5/76, concerns Wounded Knee Massacre 1890.

004.010.005

5. Photocopy of correspondence from the Department of the Army to the Chairman, Committee on the Judiciary, 8/28/75, concerns Wounded Knee Massacre, 1890.

004.010.006

6. Media release concerning Yankton Sioux Industries pork plant takeover, 7/29/75.

 

Section 005

Note

Note: Each file contains variety of topics concerning Native American issues with a geographic emphasis. Each file listing indicates the number of documents and the geographic theme.
005.001

109 documents. Washington state newspaper clippings from 1964, many tribes represented.

005.002

57 documents. Washington state newspaper clippings and correspondence, many tribes represented.

005.003

31 documents. Venezuela: A Report on the Invasion of the Yekuana Tribal Territory.

005.004

10 documents. Utah state newspaper clippings.

005.005

53 documents. Reports on the Southwestern and Southeastern Indian Cultures in the U.S.

005.006

6 documents. Reports, newspaper clippings and booklets on South Dakota Tribal Issues.

005.007

1 document. South Carolina news article on the Edisto Tribe.

005.008

18 documents. South American journal, newspaper and magazine articles and reports on regional tribes.

005.009

2 documents. Peru newspaper clippings and report on native tribes.

005.010

2 documents. Pennsylvania state newspaper clippings, 1974-75.

005.011

9 documents. Paraguay: Newspaper clippings, magazine articles and reports on the Ache Tribe.

005.012

9 documents. Oregon, Washington, Texas and Louisiana state newspaper clippings and correspondence.

005.013

9 documents. Book contracts, newspaper clippings, correspondence and legal documents.

005.014

3 documents. Stillaguamish newspaper clippings, legal documents and correspondence.

005.015

6 documents. Ute: Newspaper and magazine clippings and ethnohistorical bibliography.

005.016

4 documents. Ute: Newspaper clippings, letters and press releases.

005.017

23 documents. Massachusetts: Newspaper articles, correspondence, booklets, newsletters, photographs and legal documents.

005.018

8 documents. Oregon, Massachusetts and Colorado state newspaper clippings from the 1970s.

005.019

1 document. Oregon: Water resource inventory and management plan for the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.

005.020

6 documents. Alaska state newspaper clippings, newsletter and booklet on native tribes.

005.021

3 documents. Hawaii: Pamphlets and newspaper articles on native tribes.

005.022

11 documents. Guatemala newspaper clippings, letters and pamphlets on native tribes.

005.023

11 documents. Florida state newspaper clippings and booklets.

005.024

8 documents. Connecticut, New York, Mississippi and Rhode Island newspaper clippings and report.

005.025

2 documents. Colorado state newspaper section and press release.

005.026

1 document. Colombia: Report on Columbia's native tribes.

005.027

3 documents. Chile newspaper and magazine clippings and booklet on native tribes.

005.028

18 documents. Canada: Legal forms, correspondence, book reviews, newspaper clippings and reports on the James Bay Controversy.

005.029

1 document. Report on the Fund for Investigative Journalism, contains a grant brochure and application information.

005.030

19 documents. Canada: Newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports and press releases on the James Bay Controversy in Canada as well as other Indian issues in the American Northeast and Canada.

005.031

32 documents. Canada, British Columbia and the U.S. Pacific Northwest: Magazine articles, newspaper clippings, reports, correspondence and press releases.

005.032

21 documents. Canada: Booklets, newspaper clippings, correspondence and reports

005.033

15 documents. Manitoba: Newspaper articles, bulletins, reports, envelope, correspondence and press release.

005.034

39 documents. Nevada state newspaper clippings from 1964, correspondence and reports.

005.035

65 documents. New Mexico and California state newspaper clippings, booklets, press releases, magazine articles and correspondence.

005.036

3 documents. New Mexico: Reports, journal articles and newspaper clippings.

005.037

4 documents. Nebraska, New Jersey state newspaper clippings and press release.

005.038

39 documents. Idaho state newspaper clippings and press release.

005.039

2 document. Illinois: Press release.

005.040

9 documents. Iowa: Newspaper section, survey, correspondence and newsletters.

005.041

5 documents. Louisiana: Newspaper, journal and magazine articles and correspondence.

005.042

9 documents. Maine: Correspondence, legal documentation, booklet, magazine and newspaper articles.

005.043

31 documents. Michigan state newspaper clippings, journal article, directory, press release, reports and correspondence.

005.044

12 documents. Minnesota: Newspaper articles, press releases, booklet and report.

005.045

7 documents. Mississippi: Newspaper articles, correspondence and reports.

005.046

26 documents. Montana: Legal documentation, newspaper clippings, booklet and a list of state officials.

 

Section 006

Note

Note: Each file was organized by decade and labeled "California Indians".
006.001

20 documents. California Indians 1890-1919: Cahuilla and Ramona Reservation information and correspondence.

006.002

28 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Personal and business correspondence, newspaper clippings and magazine article.

006.003

18 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and magazine articles.

006.004

17 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Newspaper clippings, correspondence and business documentation.

006.005

29 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Newspaper clippings, telegrams and correspondence primarily concerning the Swing-Johnson Bill.

006.006

20 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Map and correspondence mostly between a Mrs. Gillespie and a Miss Bowler of the California Federation of Women's Clubs.

006.007

76 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Newspaper clippings and correspondence pertaining to the reorganization of the BIA, water rights and allotment issues.

006.008

4 documents. California Indians 1920-29: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

006.009

27 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to Congressional Bill 1798, legal actions and various other Indian matters.

006.010

40 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence, legal documentation and telegrams pertaining to Senate Bill 1793 and other Indian matters.

006.011

28 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence pertaining to allotment disputes, water rights and other Indian matters.

006.012

21 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and reports concerning land assignments, allocation of government funds and various other Indian issues.

006.013

6 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence pertaining to publication rights and the Indian Defense Association of Central and Northern California.

006.014

22 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Legal documentation and correspondence pertaining to several California court cases brought on behalf of several Indian children against the U.S. government.

006.015

3 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Legal documentation and reports pertaining to various Indian court cases and government bills.

006.016

13 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and report on various congressional bills and other Indian matters.

006.017

81 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Correspondence and report pertaining to Congressional Bill 9497 and the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs.

006.018

15 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Legal documentation and correspondence pertaining to various court cases over U.S. government allotments of Indian lands.

006.019

21 documents. California Indians 1930-39: Report, correspondence and legal documentation concerning various California state and national legislative actions.

006.020

49 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Correspondence and reports from the California Indian Rights Association, the U.S. Department of the Interior, Wilkinson Law Offices and the Indians of California, Inc..

006.021

58 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings and government and tribal resolutions and other Indian matters.

006.022

32 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Correspondence pertaining to various Indian issues.

006.023

18 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Correspondence from the Department of the Interior, California Indian Rights Association and several individuals pertaining to various Indian matters.

006.024

21 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Correspondence pertaining to allotment court cases and other various Indian matters.

006.025

19 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Contracts, resolutions, telegrams and correspondence pertaining to land rights, leasing and other various Indian matters.

006.026

38 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Report, newspaper clippings and correspondence mostly addressed to Mr. Fred Baker, Special agent of the Attorney General's office.

006.027

23 documents. California Indians 1940-49: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and legal documents pertaining to various court cases brought against the federal government by the Indians of California.

006.028

46 documents. Correspondence with the Indian Board of Cooperation, 1940's.

006.029

8 documents. Indians of California, Inc., articles of incorporation, 1914 and legal contracts from the 1940s.

006.030

15 documents. League of Nations, Native American correspondence, 1940's.

006.031

60 documents. Del Norte Indian Welfare Association, correspondence, 1940-50.

006.032

41 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence and other papers pertaining to various Indian matters.

006.033

18 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

006.034

12 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

006.035

1 document. California Indians 1950-59: Memorandum on the Jurisdictional Act of May 18, 1928.

 

Section 007

Note

Note: Each file was organized by decade and labeled "California Indians."
007.001

11 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.002

4 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Report and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.003

13 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Report, correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.004

23 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.005

34 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence, reports and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.006

37 documents. California Indians 1950-59: Correspondence, reports and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.007

65 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.008

30 documents. California Indians 1960- 69:Correspondence pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.009

29 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence and reports

007.010

52 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence, legal documents and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.011

8 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence, report and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.012

26 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.013

24 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.014

35 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence, legal documents and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.015

67 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Newspaper clippings and correspondence pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.016

25 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence, reports and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.017

25 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.018

120 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.019

50 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Reports, correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.020

33 documents. California Indians 1960-69: Newspaper clippings, correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.021

73 documents. Contributing Editors authorization and correspondence, Indian Historian Press.

007.022

53 documents. California Indians 1960s and 70s: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.023

66 documents. California Indians 1960s and 70s: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.024

69 documents. California Indians 1960s and 70s: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.025

49 documents. California Indians 1960s and 70s: Correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.026

18 documents. California Indians 1950s and 60s: Correspondence pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.027

17 documents. California Indians 1960s and 70s: Correspondence and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.028

94 documents. California Indians 1970-79: Correspondence, legal documents and newspaper articles pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.029

28 documents. California Indians 1970-79: Correspondence, reports and legal documents pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.030

15 documents. California Indians 1980-89: Correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings and newsletters pertaining to various Indian matters.

007.031

42 documents. California Indians 1980-89: Newspaper clippings concerning various tribes and regions within the U.S..

007.032

36 documents. California Indians 1980-89: Correspondence and reports pertaining to the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians and newspaper clippings on various Indian matters.

007.033

2 documents. California Indian Brotherhood correspondence, 1929-50.

 

Section 008

Note

Application-Change in accounting period AIHS 1981:2 correspondence, miscellaneous documents.
008.001.001

1. Correspondence to William Barlow Jr. from Jeannette Henry Costo, 6/5/72, concerning accounting procedures for AIHS.

008.001.002

2. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from William Devlin, 10/8/81, concerning accounting procedures.

008.001.003

3. Miscellaneous document, "Application for Changes in Accounting Procedures," 1981.

008.002.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1973, 1974.

008.003.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1976, 1977.

008.004.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1978, 1979, 1980.

008.005.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1981.

008.006.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1982.

008.007.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1983.

008.008.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts 1984.

008.009.001

1. Check file, Crocker Bank Statements, American Indian Historical Society, 1983-1984.

008.010.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society, Trial Balance 1985, 1986, and Endowment Fund 1983.

008.011.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society, Cash Disbursements 1985, 1986.

008.012.001

1. Ledger, American Indian Historical Society, 1971,1972, Journal, Assets, Liabilities, Capital, Income, and Expenses.

 

Section 009

009.001.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's payroll taxes 1981,1982, 1983.

009.002.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 2/77.

009.003.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 3/77.

009.004.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 4/77.

009.005.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 5/77.

009.006.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 6/77.

009.007.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 7/77.

009.008.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 8/77.

009.009.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 9/77.

009.010.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 10/77.

009.011.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 11/77.

009.012.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks and receipts, 12/77.

009.013.001

1. Correspondence to the Indian Historian Editor from Kenneth East, University of Chicago Press, 3/5/77, concerning advertising agreement.

009.013.002

2. Correspondence to the Editor of the Indian Historian from Hotona L. Roebuck, 1/4/77, concerning product request.

009.013.003

3. Notes, long distance calls, 7/18/77.

009.013.004

4. Correspondence to Joe H. Herrera, Executive Director from Rupert Costo, 7/7/77, concerning request for list of tribes in New Mexico.

009.013.005

5. Correspondence to Ruth Larsen from Carol Metcalf, Acting Director of Native American Engineering Program, 7/30/76, concerning article.

009.013.006

6. Correspondence to School District 709 from Jeannette Henry, 12/28/76, concerning curriculum, with attached response.

009.013.007

7. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from D.E. Phillips, 8/24/77, concerning contact lens.

009.013.008

8. Correspondence to the Editor of Wassaja from Maurice D. Bird, Maori, New Zealand, 11/18/75 concerning Maori meeting of North American Indians.

009.013.009

9. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Mary E. Fleming Mathur, 11/15/77, concerning racist pamphlet.

009.013.010

10. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Joann W. Kealiinohomoku, Northern Arizona University, 1/31/77, concerns confession on non- Indian.

009.013.011

11. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Hoopes, 10/26/77, concerns Wassaja issue.

009.013.012

12. Correspondence to AIHS from Sue Seeman, 9/12/77, concerns Indian poetry, with attached response.

009.013.013

13. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Ruthe Jones, 9/12/77, concerns Delaware Indians of Oklahoma, with attached response.

009.013.014

14. Correspondence to Better Business Bureau from Jeannette Costo, 9/19/77, concerns misleading solicitations.

009.013.015

15. Correspondence to Editor of Wassaja from James Hamburg, 3/21/76, concerning American Indian National Bank.

009.013.016

16. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Gary M. Townsend, All Indian Pueblo Council, New Mexico, 7/17/76, concerns '19 Pueblo News' with attached response.

009.013.017

17. Correspondence to Wassaja from Walter Kimmel, 10/22/76, concerns Akwesasne Notes.

009.013.018

18. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Muriel Fine, 9/15/76, concerns Wassaja with attached response.

009.013.019

19. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Peggy Osterman, American Indian Art and Cultural Exchange, 1/3/77, concerns achievement awards with attached response.

009.013.020

20. Correspondence to Weewish Tree from Atwater School District, 10/27/77, concerning order.

009.013.021

21. Correspondence to AIHA from Laura L. Davis, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Pasadena City College, 10/31/77, concerning orders.

009.013.022

22. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Imre Sutton, Professor of Geography, California State University, Fullerton, 10/18/77, concerning curriculum.

009.013.023

23. Correspondence to Jerry Elliot from Rupert Costo, 4/26/77, concerns meeting with NASA, attached response.

009.013.024

24. Correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo from Ivan Hinderaker, Chancellor, University of California, Riverside, 7/12/77, concerns campus visit.

009.013.025

25. Correspondence to Jane Burke, Warren's Waller Press, from Rupert Costo, 11/8/76, concerns printing specifications.

009.013.026

26. Correspondence to Cheshire from Rupert Costo, 10/6/75, concerns supplies and equipment with attached response.

009.013.027

27. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Rowan A. Wakefield, President Wakefield Washington Associates, 9/3/76, concerns information service and attached response.

009.013.028

28. Correspondence to Nathan Einhorn from Jeannette Henry, 1/9/76, concerns publications with attached response.

009.013.029

29. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Jack R. Ridley, 12/19/75, concerns 'Indian Times.'

009.013.030

30. Western Union Telegram confirming award from the Ford Foundation, 11/18/77.

009.013.031

31. Correspondence to Linda Half-Day, Affirmative Action Officer, State of California from Jeannette Henry, 10/3/75, concerns mailing list, attached response.

009.013.032

32. Correspondence to Sister Marie Christine, St. Catherine's Indian School from Jeannette Costo, 10/9/75, concerns membership.

009.013.033

33. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Senator Alan Cranston, 9/26/75, concerns contract with BIA, with attached response.

009.013.034

34. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Howard Bray, fund for Investigative Journalism, 9/23/75, concerns BIA programs.

009.013.035

35. Correspondence to Permissions Department, Silver Burdett Company from Beverly Wright, 9/16/75, concerns book sales with attached responses.

009.013.036

36. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from David, 8/22/75, concerns subscription.

009.013.037

37. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Simone Reagor, NEH, 8/13/75, concerns research grant.

009.013.038

38. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Nora Licht, the Ford Foundation, 8/4/75, concerns meeting of Indian leaders.

009.013.039

39. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Adriana Roberts, Runa Simi, 7/22/75, concerns International Indian news service.

009.013.040

40. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from W. David Laird, University of Arizona, 7/14/75, concerns AIHS library.

009.013.041

41. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from E. Kenneth Bennett, California State College, Dominguez Hills, 7/10/75, concerns presentation at program.

009.013.042

42. Correspondence to Patrick Orozco, Vice-Chairman Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association, 7/8/75, concerns Watsonville Ohlone Cemetery.

009.013.043

43. Correspondence to the Editor of the Weewish Tree from Jane Singh, Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University, 6/25/77, concerning racist cartoon, attached.

009.013.044

44. Correspondence to Howard Bray from Rupert Costo, 6/19/75, request for application for grant in investigative journalism.

009.013.045

45. Series of correspondence to Joe Little Coyote, the Northern Cheyenne Research and Human Development Association from Rupert Costo, 6/5/75, concerning tribal affairs.

009.013.046

46. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Irene Burnham, Museums and Historical Organizations Program, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2/19/75, concerns application review.

009.013.047

47. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Carol Cannaveno, 4/29/75, concerns 'Seven Arrows,' with attached response.

009.013.048

48. News clipping, "Publications for Indians," Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, 11/14/77, concerns biographical data on the Costos.

009.014.001

1. Personnel file of James A. Lewis, 4/19/78.

009.015.001

1. Personnel file of Maureen Peralta, 6/14/82.

009.016.001

1. Personnel file of Judi Oser, 8/19/82.

009.017.001

1. Personnel file of Ellis (Jack) Haikey, 7/1/82.

009.018.001

1. Personnel file of Clemencia Barreto, 11/12/82.

009.019.001

1. Personnel file of Daian Asya Al-Amin, 2/1/83.

009.020.001

1. American Savings Mortgage Payable, ledger page, receipts, 8/73.

009.021.001

1. Correspondence to AIHS from United States Postal Service, 2/8/85, concerning rates.

009.022.001

1. Miscellaneous deposit slips to AIHA accounts, 1978, 1979.

009.023.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's payroll and tax records, 11/80.

009.024.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes, 1981.

009.025.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 1/81.

009.026.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 2/81.

009.027.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 3/81.

009.028.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 4/81.

009.029.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 5/81.

009.030.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 6/81.

009.031.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 7/81.

009.032.0001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 8/81.

009.033.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 9/81.

009.034.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 10/81.

009.035.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 11/81.

009.036.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 12/81.

009.037.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 1/82.

009.038.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 2/82.

009.039.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 3/82.

009.040.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 4/82.

009.041.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 5/82.

009.042.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 6/82.

009.043.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 7/82.

009.044.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 8/82.

009.045.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 9/82.

009.046.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 10/82.

009.047.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 11/82.

009.048.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's invoices and canceled checks, 12/82.

009.049.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's payroll, taxes, and workers compensation report, 1982.

009.050.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous financial records, canceled checks, invoices, and receipts for 1983.

009.051.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous financial records, canceled checks, invoices, and receipts for 1983.

009.052.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous financial records, canceled checks, invoices, and receipts for 1983.

009.053.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous bank correspondence, 1981-1983.

009.054.001

1. Conditional Use Permit, report and corresponding documents, 3/2/67.

009.055.001

1. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Luther Wilson Editor, University of University of Oklahoma Press, 5/15/79, concerns manuscripts.

009.055.002

2. Correspondence to Director AIHS from Toby Wertheim, Prentice-Hall, 11/2/78, concerns text books.

009.055.003

3. Correspondence to Jeannette and Rupert Costo from Don Bahr, Arizona State University, 8/5/78, concerns book review.

009.055.004

4. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Gail Bennett, 12/27/78, concerns publication with attached response.

009.055.005

5. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Chuck, 6/29/79, concerns books on California Indians.

009.055.006

6. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from William Coffer, California State University, Fullerton, no date, concerns resignation.

009.055.007

7. Correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo from Linda Wilson, 1/25/78, concerns personal note.

009.055.008

8. Correspondence to Tomasina Jordan from unknown, 1/2/78, concerns subscription.

009.055.009

9. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Arnold Baker, director, Reading is Fundamental, 8/21/78, concerns contracts, with attached response.

009.055.010

10. Correspondence to The Indian Historian from Jean F. Keenan of Harford Community College, concerns copyright permission, with attached response.

009.055.011

11. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Monsignor Paul Lenz, Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, 7/26/78, concerns Longest Walk.

009.055.012

12. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Lorraine Ruffington, 7/10/78, concerns the Mapuches in Chile.

009.055.013

13. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Will Jacobs, concerns the book Indian Treaties: Two Centuries of Dishonor.

009.055.014

14. Correspondence to AIHS from Susan Talaro, 6/23/78, concerns request for information on AIHS with attached response.

009.055.015

15. Correspondence to AIHS from Nathan Einhorn, Library of Congress, 6/20/78, concerns donation of material.

009.055.016

16. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry Costo from John H. Hammer, Director of Center for Applied Linguistics, 6/5/78, concerns donation.

009.055.017

17. Correspondence to Wilma Mankiller from Rupert Costo, 6/2/78, concerns corruption in Cherokee government run by Chief Swimmer in response to attached letters from Wilma Mankiller requesting advice.

009.055.018

18. Correspondence to Karl Kroeber from Jeannette Henry, 5/9/78, concerns reviews.

009.055.019

19. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Jerry Condra, 5/1/78, letter of protest.

009.055.020

20. Correspondence to Wassaja Newspaper from Tom Tobin, attorney, 4/20/78, request for issue of newspaper.

009.055.021

21. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from George Pierre Castile, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Whitman College, 2/17/78, concerns symposium.

009.055.022

22. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from F. Douglas Pennoyer, Director of Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington, 2/13/78, concerns Indian Newspapers Publishers Association.

009.055.023

23. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Robert W. Venables, Associate Professor, State University of New York, Oswego, 8/2/79, concerns American Indian Environments conference.

009.055.024

24. Correspondence to AIHS from Audrey Heinrichs, Educational Improvement Center, 10/24/78, concerns curriculum.

009.055.025

25. Correspondence to Choice from Jeannette Henry, 2/14/78, concerns book reviews with attached response.

009.055.026

26. Newspaper clipping on Jeannette Henry Costo.

009.056.001

1. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Warren d'Azevedo, University of Nevada, Reno, 9/21/82, concerns Wassaja.

009.056.002

2. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Elizabeth Coffey, 2/14/83, concerns subscription.

009.056.003

3. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Bob, 6/29/82, concerns insurance.

009.056.004

4. Correspondence to Wassaja from Victor Golla, George Washington University, 12/8/82, concerns subscription.

009.056.005

5. Correspondence to Nancy West from Henrietta Whitman, Native American Studies Program of University of Montana, 10/25/82, concerns women's conference.

009.056.006

6. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Save the Children Foundation, 10/6/82, concerns Wassaja.

009.056.007

7. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from James Bilotta, no date, concerns article on Tonawanda Reservation, Seneca.

009.056.008

8. Correspondence to Wassaja from Roman Wilms, Germany, 4/29/81, concerns subscription and postal problems.

009.056.009

9. Correspondence to The Indian Historian from Elizabeth Hatchett, Lawrence Indian Center, 3/16/82, concerns subscription.

009.056.010

10. Correspondence to Wassaja from Darlene Speidel, Rapid City School District, 5/3/82, concerns subscriptions.

009.056.011

11. Correspondence to Indian Historian from James McCoy, 3/17/82, concerns media package.

009.056.012

12. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Pamela Burrell, 6/21/82, concerns subscription.

009.056.013

13. Correspondence to Jeannette and Rupert Costo from Edith H., 11/4/81, concerns Maynard Dixon exhibit.

009.056.014

14. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Beatrice Burford, 2/2/81, concerns subscription.

009.056.015

15. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Chuck, no date, concerns book reviews.

009.056.016

16. Correspondence to AIHA from Sister Marlene Wancour, Menominee Indian Junior High School, 1/25/82, concerns curriculum.

009.056.017

17. Correspondence to Ellen Jamieson from Jeannette Henry, 1/8/80, concerns subscription with attached response.

009.056.018

18. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Bill Veeder, 10/25/79, concerns Pope John Paul II visit.

009.056.019

19. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Justin Farmer, 6/8/82, concerns photos.

009.056.020

20. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Nancy Kovacevich, 6/22/81, concerns request for information on AIHS.

009.056.021

21. Correspondence to Edith Hamlin from Wassaja, 8/6/82, concerns in house budget and salaries.

009.056.022

22. Correspondence to Jeannette Henry from Monica Housely, Bacone College, 7/20/82, concerns available lists of American Indian organizations.

009.056.023

23. Correspondence to Rupert Costo from Julie Nakao, 11/23/82, concerns curriculum.

009.056.024

24. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Stephen Eddy, no date, concerns contract.

009.056.025

25. Correspondence to AIHS from a class of students in Italy, 5/82, concerns request for information on Indian history.

 

Section 010

Note

Note: Folders 010.001, 010.002, 010.003, 010.004 contain biographical information on Dr. Carlos Montezuma, largely in the form of photocopies.
010.001.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning Dr. Carlos Montezuma, his personal history, application to the United States Indian Service, 1906-1922.

010.001.002

2. Series of articles and news clipping about Dr. Carlos Montezuma, 1918- 1974.

010.002.001

1. Series of photocopied letters, articles and transcripts about Dr. Carlos Montezuma and the Society of American Indians.

010.003.001

1. Sections of a biographical manuscript about Dr. Carlos Montezuma, no date.

010.004.001

1. Series of eleven illustrations by Sarain Stump, no date, signed by the artist.

010.005.001

1. Indian Historian Press's tax records; payroll, coroporate and miscellaneous, 1981.

010.006.001

1. Indian Historian Press's tax records; payroll, corporate and miscellaneous, 1982.

010.007.001

1. Indian Historian Press's tax records; payroll, corporate and miscellaneous, 1983.

010.008.001

1. Indian Historian Press's tax records, miscellaneous documents, 1984.

010.009.001

1. Indian Historian Press's tax return for 1985.

010.010.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 7/85.

010.011.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 8/85.

010.012.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 9/85.

010.013.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 10/85.

010.014.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 11/85.

010.015.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 12/85.

010.016.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts, 1/86, 2/86, 3/86.

010.017.001

1. Indian Historian Press's deposits received, 1987.

010.018.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 1/16/87- 2/13/87.

010.019.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 2/14/87- 3/13/87.

010.020.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 3/14/87- 4/15/87.

010.021.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 4/16/87- 5/15/87.

010.022.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 5/16/87- 6/15/87.

010.023.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 6/16/87- 7/15/87.

010.024.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 7/14/87- 8/14/87.

010.025.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 8/15/87- 9/15/87.

010.026.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 9/16/87- 10/15/87.

010.027.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 10/15/87- 11/15/87.

010.028.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 11/14/87- 12/15/87.

010.029.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements for 1986.

010.030.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts for 4/86, 5/86, 6/86.

010.031.001

1. Indian Historian Press's canceled checks and receipts for 1986.

010.032.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements and canceled checks for 1987.

 

Section 011

Note

Note: This section contains 1 video tape, 1 audio cassette, 1 8x11 envelope, 4 journal books, 1 funeral memorial book, 22 folders.
011.001.001

1. Video recording of the University of California, Riverside Costo Library Dedication, November 1989.

011.002.001

1. Audio cassette recording of the Rupert Costo Memorial Service, University of California, Riverside, 11/89.

011.003.001

1. Four Day Journals of Jeannette Costo, 1986- 89.

011.004.001

1. Assorted cards and memorial mementos from the Rupert Costo funeral, 10/89.

011.005.001

1. Funeral Memorial Book of Rupert Costo, 10/89.

011.006.001

1. Correspondence to David Gardner, President, University of California from Donald Grinde, 2/27/90, concerning repatriation issues in the UC collections.

011.006.002

2. Minutes of CA UCR Indian Conference Program Committee, 1/18/90.

011.006.003

3. Correspondence to Jeannette from Donald Grinde, 1/24/90, concerns position at UCR, with copies of correspondence to and from Roger Ransom, History Department Chair, UCR.

011.007.001

1. Series of correspondence between Jeannette Costo and UCR Chancellor Rosemary Shraer, , UCR Vice-Chancellore James Erickson, Jack Whitfield of the UCR Foundation, and Donald Grinde, Costo Chair for 1989-1990, concerning the Costo Chair.

011.008.001

1. Series of correspondence , 1989, between Jeannette Costo and Carlton Bovell, UCR Vice-Chancellor James Erickson, Chair of UCR History Department Ken Barkin, UCR Chancellor Rosemary Shraer, Costo Chair Donald Grinde, Bob Hire, Alfreda Mitre, and June O'Conner of UCR's Religious Studies Department.

011.009.001

1. Series of correspondence , 1987, between Jeannette Costo and Vice - Chancellor James Erickson, University Librarian James C. Thompson,, Chancellor Rosemary Schraer, Chancellor Theodore Hullar, and Katherine Diage.

011.010.001

1. Series of correspondence , 1986,between Jeannette Costo and Charles Wetherell, James Erickson, Alfreda Mitre, Carleton Bovell, Chancellor Hullar, Alfred Wilcox of Stanford, Carlos Cortes, John Tanno, Kenneth Barkin, Tomas Rivera and the "Plan for the Administration of the Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian History," concerns the creation of the Costo Chair.

011.011.001

1. Series of correspondence between Jeannette Costo and Vice Chancellor James Erickson, Joyce Smitheran, George Phillips, Frank LaPena of the Native American Students Association, Donald Grinde, Jim Lewis, Florence Shipek, "Report to the Costo Committee for the 1987-88 year for the Rupert Costo Chair," Draft Proposal for American Indian Studies Minor at UCR, Max Mazetti, Rincon Reservation, copies of a petition to waive fees of California Indian students at UCR.

011.012.001

1.Series of correspondence between Jeannette Costo and Don Grinde, James Erickson, Carlos Cortes, Carlton Bovell, Theodore Hullar, Tom Oxendine, Frank LaPena, 1986, concerns Costo Chair, Costo Collection and the endowment fund.

011.013.001

1. Series of correspondence between Jeannette Costo and Charles Wetherell, Alfonso Ortiz, James Erickson, Theodore Hullar, 1986, concerns the Costo Chair and the Native American database.

011.014.001

1. Series of correspondence between Rupert and Jeannette Costo and Milton Stratford, Alfreda Mitre, Theodore Hullar, Carl Bovell, Don A. Christensen, 1985, concerns the Costo Chair.

011.015.001

1. Series of correspondence between Rupert and Jeannette Costo and Chancellor Hullar, Carlos Cortes, 1985, concerns the creation of the Costo Chair.

011.015.002

2. Draft, "Plan for the Administration of the Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian Affairs," 1985.

011.015.003

3. Correspondence to Jeannette Costo from Chancellor Theodore Hullar concerning lectureship and Costo Chair.

011.015.004

4. Correspondence to John Tanna from Jeannette Costo pertaining to the Costo Library.

011.015.005

5. Series of documents produced by the Planning Committee on American Indian Affairs at UCR, 1985.

011.015.006

6. Draft, "Thoughts concerning the relationship of the History Department to the Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian Affairs," by Carlos Cortes, 1985.

011.016.001

1. Series of correspondence , 1984, between Rupert and Jeannette Costo and Chancellor Theodorre Hullar, Carlton Bovell, Jack Norton of Humboldt State, Robert Toll, Allistair McCrone of Humboldt State, Don Christensen of Humboldt State, Chancellor Tomas Rivera, Robert Lake of Humboldt State, Jim Lewis, Carlos Cortes, and John Gabbert concerning creation of the Costo Chair.

011.017.001

1. Series of correspondence, 1981-82, between Rupert and Jeannette Costo and Chancellor Tomas Rivera, Lawrence Garcia, Carlos Cortes, George Phillips, Lowell Bean, Jim Lewis, Jack Norton, Will Jacobs, Vice Chancellor Lou Leo, James Black, and Luke Madrigal of the Native American Students Association.

011.018.001

1. Series of correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo concerning the selection of the Costo Chair for 1989, includes applications of candidates for that year.

011.019.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from Rupert and Jeannette Costo concerning the endowment fund, donations to the special archivist fund, and fiscal reports related to the endowment, 1982-89.

011.019.002

2. Two copies of the "U.C. Riverside Foundation, Special Report Costo Donations for the Year Ended June 30, 1986."

011.019.003

3. Series of documents compiled by Vice Chancellor James Erickson that concern the endowment, 6/21/86.

011.020.001

1. Notice, published by the Academic Senate, University of California, Volume 11, Number 6, 4/87.

011.020.002

2. Correspondence to 'All tribes of Southern California' from Rupert Costo, 10/7/85, concerning invitation to chancellor's inauguration.

011.020.003

3. Biographical note on Dr. Theodore Hullar, Chancellor, no source, no date.

011.020.004

4. Media release from the Indian Historian Press, "Indian Endowment Creates Research Facility at University," no date.

011.020.005

5. Publication, The Inauguration of Theodore L. Hullar as Fourth Chancellor of the University of California, Riverside, 10/30/85.

011.020.006

6. Publication, Friendly Gestures, Friends of the UCR Library Newsletter, Fall/86.

011.020.007

7. Publication, A Gathering of Friends, published by the University of California, no date.

011.020.008

8. Publication, The Dedication of the Rupert Costo Library of the American Indian, published by University of California, Riverside, 5/9/86.

011.020.009

9. News clipping, "Riverside's Tomas Rivera Dies; UC's First Minority Chancellor," Los Angeles Times, 5/17/84.

011.020.010

10. News clipping, advertisement for the Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian History, no date, no source.

011.020.011

11. News clipping, "Ancient Rites Dedicate New Indian Library," U.C. Clipsheet, Volume 62, 7/15/86.

011.020.012

12. News clipping, "Hullar leaves UCR post today," Press Enterprise, Riverside, California, no date.

011.020.013

13. News clipping, "Schraer spends first day as chancellor," no source, no date.

011.020.014

14. Publication, University Bulletin, Volume 34, Number 14, 11/25/85.

011.021.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning the Rupert Costo Library of the American Indian, 1982-86.

011.022.001

1. Series of inventories of the Rupert Costo Indian Library 1985-87.

011.023.001

1. Series of news clippings, media releases, concerning the creation and dedication of the Rupert Costo Indian Library, multiple copies.

011.024.001

1. Transcript, "Missions and Missionaries in Southern California," lecture given by Jeannette Costo, 5/8/86.

011.024.002

2. Transcript, "Rupert Costo, Colleague and Friend," Speech given by John Gabbert at the Dedication of the Rupert Costo Library of the American Indian, 5/9/86.

011.025.001

1. Envelope containing personal photographs, news clippings, cards, high school diploma, affidavit of Indian blood, rejected allotment check, concerning Rupert Costo.

011.026.001

1. Publication, RCC Reports, Volume 7, Number 3, 6/13/72.

011.026.002

2. Publication, Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, Volume 2, Number 11, 1/80.

011.026.003

3. Series of correspondence to and from Rupert Costo, 7/15/41-8/22/80, concerning ranching, farming, Indian identity, per capita funds, and the Rennie law suit.

 

Section 012

012.001.001-

012.001.0013

1-13. A series of correspondence between Rupert Costo, American Indian Historical Society and Clyde-Criddle-Woodward, Inc., Civil and Agricultural Engineers, 2/23/72-7/5/73, concerns contract with AIHS to make a water resources inventory on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation.

012.001.014

14. Supplement to the original contract between AIHS and Clyde-Criddle- Woodward, Inc., 2/12/73.

012.001.015

15. Original contract between AIHS and Clyde-Criddle- Woodward, Inc, signed by Rupert Costo and Wayne Criddle, 4/1/72.

012.002.001

1. Application for tax exemption for American Indian Historical Society, including founding documents and by laws, 7/15/65.

012.002.002

2. Series of documents relating to a grant from the Ford Foundation to support a convocation on the concerns and problems of the American Indians, 12/1/69.

012.002.003

3. Series of documents pertaining to Dr. Carlos Montezuma, "Let My People Go,"copies dated 1916.

012.002.004

4. Series of documents related to the "Articles of Incorporation" of the AIHS, 8/6/64.

012.002.005

5. Correspondence and copy of check from the Rosenberg Foundation to AIHS, 12/3/65.

012.002.006

6. Series of documents concerning a contract between AIHS and Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., an information service, 2/20/75.

012.003.001

1. Series of documents concerning a National Endowment for the Arts grant to the American Indian Historical Society, 1/1/79, includes budgets, proposals and agreements.

012.004.001

1. Series of documents concerning a Ford Foundation grant to the American Indian Historical Society, 10/31/83, includes budgets, proposal and correspondence relating to the grant.

012.005.001

1. Series of documents relating to the Convocation of American Indian Scholars, guest list, agenda, statement of purpose, 9/16/71.

012.006.001

1. The Indian Historian, Volume 1, Issue 1, 10/64.

012.007.001

1. The Indian Historian, Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter/1967, galleys.

012.007.002

2. Invitation to The First Convocation of American Indian Scholars, Princeton University, 3/22/70.

012.007.003

3. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1964, concerns application for membership, Quechan Tribal Council.

012.007.004

4. Series of miscellaneous correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1965, concerns the Rosenberg Foundation, the Indian Historian, 11/10/65.

012.007.005

5. Miscellaneous correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1966-68, concerns curriculum, Indian education, collection in the British museum.

012.008.001

1. Series of correspondence from Board of consultants to the American Indian Historical Society accepting their nomination to that board, 11/65.

012.009.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1964.

012.010.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1965.

012.011.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1966.

012.012.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1967.

012.013.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1968.

012.014.001

1. Minutes of the American Indian Historical Society Board Meetings, 1969.

012.015.001

1. Envelope containing two postcards and one brochure on Tuolomne County.

012.015.002

2. News clipping, "Inklings . . .of Books and Things," The New Mexican, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1/19/69.

012.015.003

3. News clipping, "The Back Road," Stockton Record, Stockton, California, 10/13/64, concerns Acorn Harvest Day.

012.015.004

4. News clipping, "Acorn Day Festival," Appeal Democrat, Marysville, California, 10/8/64.

012.015.005

5. Series of correspondence to and from Rupert Costo, 8/65-7/69, concerns the business affairs of the Cahuilla tribe and Rupert Costo's leadership.

012.016.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 6/25/64- 10/7/65, concerns allotments on the public domain to qualified Indians, and the applications for those lands.

012.017.001

1. Envelope containing a series of correspondence to Rupert and Dulce (Jeannette) Costo from his mother Mara and several other family members, 1956-60.

012.017.002

2. Series of correspondence from Malki Museum, 5/31/65-3/13/66, concerns Indian leadership issues in Riverside County.

012.017.003

3. Series of correspondence to and from Rupert Costo and the American Indian Historical Society, 12/17/57- 1/31/66.

012.017.004

4. Publication, Indian Tribes of Northern California, flyer for an exhibit on display at the Museum of Indian Art, 3/29/69.

012.017.005

5. Report, "American Indian Historical Society, Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws," no date.

012.017.006

6. Report, "Report to the Board of Directors," concerning The American Indian Historical Society, 10/66-4/69.

012.018.001

1. Envelope containing series of correspondence to Rupert and Dulce Costo from his mother Mara and a number of other family members, 1964.

012.018.002

2. Series of correspondence to Jeannette and Rupert Costo and the American Indian Historical Society, 9/18/63-4/26/67, concerns tribal operations, and Rupert Costo's role as Cahuilla spokesman.

012.019.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1964-65, concerns the Tuolomne Indian Rancheria, the Acorn Festival and the building of the Roundhouse for the festival.

012.020.001

1. Series of correspondence to Rupert and Jeannette Costo and the American Indian Historical Society, 1969-1974, concerns a wide variety of topics involving the Society.

012.021.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements and Reports for 1970.

012.022.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1971.

012.023.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1972.

012.024.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1973.

012.025.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1974.

012.026.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1975.

012.027.001

1. Minutes of the Executive Council of the American Indian Historical Society, Financial Statements, Reports and Correspondence for 1977.

012.028.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from Wassaja, 1971-79, concerns a wide variety of topics, basically responding to articles published in Wassaja.

 

Section 013

013.001.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements and receipts, 1/83-12/83.

013.002.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements and receipts, 1/80-12/80.

013.003.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1980.

013.004.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1980.

013.005.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1980.

013.006.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1/84-12/84.

013.007.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1/82-12/82.

013.008.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1/85-12/85.

013.009.001

1. Indian Historian Press's miscellaneous financial documents, 1/81-12/81.

013.010.001

1. Indian Historian Press's sales and corporate taxes, 1979.

013.011.001

1. Indian Historian Press's sales and corporate taxes, 1980.

013.012.001

1. Indian Historian Press's estimated tax forms, 1980- 81.

013.013.001

1. Indian Historian Press's sales and corporate taxes, 1978.

013.014.001

1. Indian Historian Press's sales and corporate taxes, 1977.

013.015.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements, 1979.

013.016.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements, 1982.

013.017.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements, 1983.

013.018.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements, 1980.

013.019.001

1. Indian Historian Press's bank statements, 1981.

013.020.001

1. Indian Historian Press's check register, 7/79.

013.021.001

1. Indian Historian Press's check register, 10/77-6/79.

 

Section 014

Note

Note: Each file contains variety of topics concerning Native American issues with a geographic emphasis. Each file listing indicates the number of documents and the geographic theme.
014.001.001

1. Correspondence to Dr. Max Rafferty from Rupert Costo, 1/23/66, concerns curriculum.

014.001.002

2. Series of photocopies of news clippings dealing with a wide range of topics including but not limited to textbooks, history, acorn festival, 1964- 66.

014.002.001

1. Article, "Commentary on Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz's 'The Fourth World and Indigenism: Politics of Isolation and Alternatives'," in the Journal of Ethnic Studies, Volume 12, Number 1, Spring, 1984.

014.002.002.

2. Publication, Recognition News, the Newsletter About Status Clarification, Volume 1, Number 1, 4/82.

014.002.003

3. Correspondence to David H. Gethces, Native American Rights Fund from Acting Secretary of the Interior, 10/27/76, concerns the Stillaquamish tribe.

014.002.004

4. Report, "Indian Treaty Rights and Sovereignty: A Legacy in Perpetuity?" no source, no date.

014.003.001

1. Series of legal documents and correspondence related to the dissolution of the American Indian Historical Society, 4/13/88.

014.004.001

1. Series of documents related to the Emergency Conference of Western Tribes on Indian Water Rights and Resources, 7/22/72, including, but not limited to 40 registration forms, correspondence, resolution, original manuscript of resolution, statement of purpose, summary of meeting, and original notes of Rupert Costo's remarks.

014.005.001

1. Series of documents related to the Emergency Conference of Western Indian Reservations on the subject of Indian water rights and resources called by the American Indian Historical Society, 9/9/72, including but not limited to 30 registration forms, correspondence and a resolution.

014.006.001

1. Report, "Proposal for Water Resource Inventory on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation," Clyde, Criddle, Woodward, Inc., 1/4/72.

014.006.002

2. Report, "The Navajo Tribe's Water Rights in the Colorado River Basin," no source, 1971.

014.007.001

1. Series of correspondence, 1983-84, to Wassaja, filed alphabetically from M-Z, concerning a wide range of topics responding to issues of Wassaja.

014.008.001

1. Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, American Indian Historical Society, 1971.

014.009.001

1. Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, American Indian Historical Society, 1978, and other miscellaneous tax related documents.

014.010.001

1. Tax records of the American Indian Historical Society, 1978, including payroll, corporate, federal and state records.

014.011.001

1. Tax records of the American Indian Historical Society, 1977, including payroll, corporate, federal and state records.

014.012.001

1. Correspondence, contracts and invoices concerning the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and conducted by Clyde, Criddle and Woodward.

014.013.001

1. Miscellaneous correspondence to the American Indian Historical Society, 1964-69, including, but not limited to Ohlone cemetery, misappropriation of federal funds for Indian related projects in the west.

014.014.001

1. Original Correspondence to Mr. Sutro, Mayor of San Francisco from Mr. Moss, 12/5/1894, concerns Moqui Indians from Arizona, imprisoned on Alcatraz Island and a trip to San Francisco.

014.014.002

2. Correspondence to Honorable Adolph Sutro from Colonel Guenther, 2/5/1895, concerns the trip to San Francisco.

014.014.003

3. Correspondence to Honorable Adolph Sutro from Charles Treat, 2/12/1895, reporting on the trip made by the Moqui Indians, prisoners on Alcatraz from Arizona, and their trip to San Francisco.

014.014.004

4. List of Moqui Indian names, 2/9/1895.

014.014.005

5. Correspondence to Colonel Guenther from Taylor Rogers, mayor's clerk, 3/15/1895, concerns arranging a visit of the Moqui Indians to the public schools of San Francisco.

014.015.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1970, concerns a wide range of topics.

014.016.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1971, concerns a wide range of topics.

014.016.002

2. Report, "New Horizons in Education for the Native American," by Rupert Costo, presented at the Third Annual Conference of Educators of Native American Descent, 5/7/71.

014.016.003

3. Report, "American Indians," prepared by the Republican National Committee, 10/14/71.

014.016.004

4. Report, "The Arizona Indian People and Their Relationship to the State's Total Structure," 4/19/71, concerns problems between Arizona and its tribes.

014.017.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1972, concerns water rights, Nez Perce, Native American Rights Fund, and Leroy Selam the Yakima traditionalist arrested for harassment of professor.

014.018.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1973, concerns dispute with Dr. Virgil Vogel, author of This Country Was Ours, and Ft. McDowell.

014.019.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1974, concerns procurement of eagle feathers, Chief Joseph, Apache tribal funds.

014.019.002

2. Report, "Audit of San Carlos Apache Tribal Operations," published by the BIA, Office of Survey and Review, 1/16/74, with attached correspondence regarding the report.

014.019.003

3. Publication, Red Indian Bulletin: America's Largest Ministry for the Red-Indians, Volume 1, Number 11, Editor, Coletta God, 9/14/74, with attached correspondence.

014.019.004

4. Manuscript of essay submitted to the American Indian Historical Society, "A Modoc and His War" by Stephen Most, 10/10/74.

014.020.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1975, concerns Jicarilla water rights, Weewish Tree, Great Lakes Indian Trade Bead Project.

014.020.002

2. Manuscript, "Two Falls Together (or how a place along the Mohawk River got its name)," by L.G. van Loon, with attached correspondence 11/21/67-2/24/75.

014.021.001

1. Program for the American Art and Cultural Exchange, 10/13/76, American Indian National Achievement Awards.

014.021.002

2. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1976, concerns Fort McDowell, Inupiat University of the Arctic.

014.021.003

3. Series of photocopies of news clippings, various sources, 10/76, concerns removal of Jicarilla Apache Tribal Council President.

014.021.004

4. Series of correspondence and news clippings, 3/76, various sources, concerns revised constitution of the Cheyenne-Arapaho, with attached copy of the constitution.

014.022.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1977, concerns various topics including Wassaja, Commission on Indian Service in Oregon, and book reviews.

014.023.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1978, concerns publication of William Vaudrin's book, and the Indian Justice Program.

014.023.002

2. Program for "The Writer and the West," presented by the Institute of the American West, 7/4/78.

014.023.003

3. Series of correspondence to and from Wassaja, 4/22/78, concerns the Lincoln Indian Center, with attached news clippings.

014.024.001

1. Correspondence to the American Indian Historical Society from the Department of Public Works, San Francisco, 4/26/79.

014.025.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1980, concerns the publication of The Dictionary of Indian Tribes.

014.026.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1981, concern various topics, including the Society's headquarters renovation, and William Vaudrin's manuscript.

014.027.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1982, concerns various topics, including William Vaudrin's manuscripts, Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, and letters regarding contributions to the society.

014.028.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1983, concerns various topics, including National Association of Metis Indians, Institute of the American West, donations, Indian Media Conference, and Los Californianos.

014.029.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1984, concerns varius topics, including the Iroquois and book reviews.

014.030.001

1. Series of correspondence to and from the American Indian Historical Society, 1985, concerns various topics, including the Creek Indians, D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, Indian self-rule, and the Department of Public Works, San Francisco.

014.031.001

1. Correspondence to the American Indian Historical Society, 1988, concerns misquote in newspaper, with attached news clipping.

 

Section 015

Note

Note: This section also contains six check files, three ledger books and 14 files.
015.001.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's cash receipts for 1982-1984.

015.002.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statement for 1/18/85, 1/7/85, 12/4/85, and a W-9 tax form.

015.002.002.

2. American Indian Historical Society's chart accounts for 7/1/78-9/1/78.

015.002.003

3. American Indian Historical Society's payroll book for 1977.

015.003.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 1/80.

015.004.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 2/80.

015.005.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 3/80.

015.006.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 4/80.

015.007.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 5/80.

015.008.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 6/80.

015.009.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 7/80.

015.010.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 8/80.

015.011.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 9/80.

015.012.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 10/80.

015.013.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 11/80.

015.014.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts, 12/80.

015.015.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's canceled checks for 1972 and 1973.

015.016.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's, canceled checks, 1971-74, 1975-83, mortgage and insurance.

015.017.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and canceled checks, 1980.

015.018.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and canceled checks, 1981.

015.019.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and canceled checks, 1982.

015.020.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and canceled checks, 1983.

015.021.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's ledger and check register, 12/3/76- 5/31/78.

015.022.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's ledger and check register, 6/78-9/79.

015.023.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's ledger and check register, 10/79-10/81.

 

Section 016

Note

Note: Each file contains variety of topics concerning Native American issues with a geographic emphasis. Each file listing indicates the number of documents and the geographic theme.
016.001.001-

016.041.001

Note: This section, 016.001.001 - 016.041.001, contains the personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo from 1951-1986. Included are a variety of bank statements, canceled checks, invoices and miscellaneous financial records.

016.001.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1951-56.

016.002.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1957-59.

016.003.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1960.

016.004.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1961.

016.005.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1962.

016.006.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1963.

016.007.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1964.

016.008.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1965.

016.009.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1966-67.

016.010.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1968.

016.011.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1969.

016.012.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1970.

016.013.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1971.

016.014.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1972.

016.015.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1973.

016.016.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1973.

016.017.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1974.

016.018.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1975.

016.019.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1975.

016.020.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1976.

016.021.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1977.

016.022.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1977.

016.023.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1978.

016.024.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1978.

016.025.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1978.

016.026.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1979.

016.027.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1979.

016.028.001

Bank statements of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1979-80.

016.029.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1980.

016.030.001

Bank statements of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1981.

016.031.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1981.

016.032.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1981.

016.033.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1981.

016.034.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1982.

016.035.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1982.

016.036.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1983.

016.037.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1984.

016.038.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1985.

016.039.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1985.

016.040.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1985.

016.041.001

Personal tax and income records of Jeannette and Rupert Costo, 1986.

 

Section 017

017.001.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes for 10/1/87-9/30/88.

017.002.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes for 10/1/86-9/30/87.

017.003.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes for 10/1/85-9/30/86.

017.004.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes for 10/1/84-9/30/85.

017.005.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes for 10/1/83-9/30/84.

017.006.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's exemption documents.

017.007.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements for 1986-88.

017.008.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's financial records for 1985-86.

017.009.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 1/86.

017.010.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes and Gallagher papers, 1985-86.

017.011.001

1. American Indian Historical Society: the Devlin audit, 1985-86.

017.012.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's receipts for 1985-86.

017.013.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank documents and disbursements for 1986-87.

017.014.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts for 10/85.

017.015.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts for 11/85.

017.016.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts for 12/85.

017.017.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's bank statements and receipts for 2/86.

017.018.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 3/86.

017.019.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 4/86.

017.020.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 5/86.

017.021.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 6/86.

017.022.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 7/86.

017.023.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements for 9/86.

017.024.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous bills and receipts for 1985.

017.025.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's miscellaneous bills and receipts for 1986.

017.026.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes, 1982- 1983.

017.027.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes and bank statements, 1983.

017.028.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's taxes, 1983- 1984.

017.029.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's sale of house documents, no date.

017.030.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 1/85.

017.031.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 2/85.

017.032.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 3/85.

017.033.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 4/85.

017.034.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 5/85.

017.035.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 6/85.

017.036.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 7/85.

017.037.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 8/85.

017.038.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 9/85.

017.039.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 1/84.

017.040.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 2/84.

017.041.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 3/84.

017.042.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 4/84.

017.043.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 5/84.

017.044.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 6/84.

017.045.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements 7/84.

017.046.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 8/84.

017.047.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's disbursements, 9/84.

017.048.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's amended by- laws.

017.049.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's investments, 1985-1986.

017.050.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's conditional use permit.

017.051.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's IRS determination letters.

017.052.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's exempt documents, 1970.

017.053.001

1. American Indian Historical Society's financial report, 1971-72.

 

Section 018

018.001.001

1. Hearings before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Indian Affairs, Volume 3, 5/10/20.

018.002.001

1. Senate Hearings before the Committee on Indian Affairs, S. 170, S. 112, S. 1366, 6/17/41-6/18/41.

018.003.001

1. Hearings before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Indian Appropriation for 1957, 1/13/56.

018.004.001

1. Senate Resolution Number 158, Subcommittee Report on Indian Affairs, Senate Resolution Number 8, 1/30/61.

018.005.001

1. House of Representatives Hearings on California Indians before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs, H.R. 2576, H.R. 2838, H.R. 6364, 5/3/57, 5/2/57-5/3/57 and 6/6/57-6/7/57.

018.006.001

1. House of Representative Hearings before the Subcommittee on Appropriation for 1956, 3/14/55, Purl Willis address, 2/3/55.

018.007.001

1. House of Representatives Hearings on H.R. 7450, Palm Springs Band of Mission Indians, 3/15/38-6/1/38.

018.008.001

1. Amending the Klamath Termination Act, H.R. Hearings on H.R. 650, H.R. 663, H.R. 2471, H.R. 2518, 2/11/57- 3/21/57.

018.009.001

1. Joint Hearings before Committees on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Congress, S. 2749, H.R. 7322, Part 5 on California Indians, 3/4/54- 3/5/54.

018.010.001

1. Senate Hearings, S. 809, S. Con. Res. 3, S. 331, 3/27/57-7/22/57.

018.011.0001

1. H.R. Hearings H.R. 1198, H.R. 1341, 3/2/45- 6/14/45.

018.012.001

1. Senate Hearings, Senate Resolution 79 and 308, Senate Resolution 263, 416, Part 21, 3/13/31.

018.013.001

1. Constitutional Rights of the American Indian, Hearings before the subcommittee on Constitutional rights, U.S. Senate-Part 2, 11/25/61- 12/1/61.

018.014.001

1. House of Representatives, Executive documents Number 21, 1/5/1886, Presidential Message, Severalty of Round Valley Indians in California.

018.015.001

1. U.S. Court of Claims Appeals, Docket Number 9, 5/6/52.

018.016.001

1. California Legislature, Assembly Daily Journal, 1/15/47.

018.017.001

1. California Rural Legal Assistance, Activities Benefitting California Indians, 8/1/68.

018.018.001

1. Resolution from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, 2/15/64, concerning settlement of Dockets 80 and 80D.

018.019.001

1. House of Representatives, 9512, 8/28/57.

018.020.001

1. Interior Department Appropriations, 1953, Yuma Project.

018.021.001

1. House of Representatives, Present Relations of the Federal Government to the American Indian, 12/31/58.

018.022.001

1. Constitutional Rights of the American Indian by Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, U.S. Senate, 1964.

018.023.001

1. House of Representatives, Resolution Number 108, concerning the sense that certain tribes should be freed from federal supervision, 7/15/53.

018.024.001

1. Hearings, U.S. Senate, S. Res. 341, 2/23/27, concerns a general survey on the condition of the Indians.

018.025.001

1. Senate Reports, concerns a Survey of the Condition of the Indians of the U.S. , Report Number 310, 3/31/43.

018.026.001

1. Soboba Band of Mission Indians versus the United States, Water Rights, Docket 80-A, 3/5/76.

018.027.001

1. California Indian Termination, proposed legislation, 10/25/51.

018.028.001

1. California Indian Termination, proposed legislation, 10/8/53.

018.029.001

1. Termination Program, California Indian Agency to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 12/48.

018.030.001

1. Senate Bill 2749, and House of Representatives Bill 7322, 1/4/54, Termination of California Indians.

018.031.001

1. Statement on Indian Affairs by Secretary of the Interior, Rogers C.B. Morton, 10/4/71.

018.032.001

1. Proposed Rancheria Bill, 2/10/56, Revised Rancheria Bill, 7/26/56.

018.033.001

1. Senate Bill, S. 3005, House of Representatives Bill, 749D and 7491.

018.034.001

1. American Indian Policy Review Commission Task Force on Tribal Government and Federal, State and Tribal Jurisdiction Hearing, CSR Number 3122, Volume 2, 1976.

018.035.001

1. Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs, 3/23/20.

018.36.001

1. Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Land Allotments on the Agua Caliente Reservation, California, 10/2/57.

018.037.001

1. Hearings, House of Representatives, Hearings on H.R. 3622. A bill before the subcommittee on Indian Affairs, to appoint a commission to settle the claims of the Indians of California, 12/10/43.

018.038.001

1. Hearings before the Committee on Indian Affairs on H.R. 4497, U.S. Senate, Indian Claims Commission, 6/1/46- 7/13/46.

018.039.001

1. Supreme Court Record, Number 866, Indians of California versus the United States, 10/42.

 

Section 019

019.001.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal financial records and credit card records.

019.002.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank statements for 1983-84.

019.003.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1985.

019.004.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1986.

019.005.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1987.

019.006.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1988.

019.007.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1988.

019.008.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1988.

019.009.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's treasury bills for 1983- 1988.

019.010.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1987.

019.011.001

1. Rupert and Jeannette Costo's personal bank records for 1987.

019.012.001

1. Native Youth Olympics, 1975, contents of folder include photos, negatives, and a publication.

019.013.001

1. National Indian Activities Association, 8/14/75, contents of folder include photos, negatives and some correspondence.

019.014.001

1. Indian Hall of Fame, 11/72, contents of folder include photos, negatives, correspondence and a series of one page biographies on Indian Hall of Fame Athletes.

019.015.001

1. Shinny Ball, no date, contents of folder contain several captioned photos of game being played.

019.016.001

1. Native American Bicentennial Days, 8/29/75, contents of folder include photos of Native American athletic events and participants.

019.017.001

1. Indian Defense Association, miscellaneous minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors, 1923-1937.

019.018.001

1. Biography of Carlos Montezuma, contents of folder include photos, photocopies of records and hearing pertaining to Carlos Montezuma and a newsletter, Association of American Indian Physicians.

019.019.001

1. Series of correspondence, manuscripts and miscellaneous documents pertaining to the publication, American Indian Clothing and Modern Adaptations by Marian Kaulaity Wolf, 1976.

019.020.001

1. Memorandum to Commissioner of Indian Affairs from William Veeder, 5/16/69, concerns water rights on Flathead Reservation.

019.020.002

2. Bibliography, Treaty Rights, compiler unknown, no date.

019.020.003

3. Memorandum to Senator James Abourezk, Chairman, Select Committee on Indian Affairs from William Veeder, 5/77, concerns water rights on Flathead Reservation.

019.021.001

1. Map of the Colorado River and Rio Grande basins showing Indian Reservations and Pueblos, no source, no date.

019.021.002

2. Article, "Public Lands, Chapter 12B-Colorado River Storage Project," no source, no date.

019.021.003

3. Memorandum to John Crow, Deputy Commissioner of Indian Affairs from William Veeder, 8/30/71, concerns rejection of relocation of Colorado River tribes, Mojave, Chemehuevi , Fort Yuma, and Cocopah.

019.021.004

4. Memorandum to William Veeder from Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 8/26/71, concerns reassignment to Phoenix area.

019.022.001

1. Gasification issue, contents of folder include reports and correspondence.

019.023.001

1. Manuscript, "From Independence to Wardship: American Legal Conceptions of Indians, 1831-1903," Walter Williams, University of Cincinnati, no date, with bibliography.

019.023.002

2. Transcript of Special Plenary Session at the Second Convocation of American Indian Scholars, 9/18/72, concerns "Water Rights: Life or Death for the American Indian," by William Veeder and attended by Vine Deloria, Jr, Kirk Kickingbird, and John Echohawk.

019.023.003

3. Publication, Wassaja, Volume 6, Number 1, 4/1921.

019.023.004

4. Manuscript, "Genocide In Humboldt County, as reported in the Humboldt Times, 1853-1870," by Michael Smith, Native American Studies, taught by Jack Norton, 5/14/77.

019.023.005

5. Publication, Colorado River Water, issued by the Chula Vista-National City Water Committee, 5/5/48.

019.023.006

6. Correspondence from Society of American Indians to Sunset Magazine and the President of the United States, 1923, concerns Winnebago and Omaha Indians.

019.023.007

7. Report, "Sequoyah: Symbol of Free Men,"by F.A. Harper, paper presented to the 13th Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 9/2/52

. 019.024.001

1. Manuscript, "On the Trail of the Activist Anthropologist," by William Wilcomb, no date, bibliography.

019.024.002

2. Report, "A Comprehensive Analysis of Amendment 6 to S. 659, Indian Education Act," no source, no date.

019.024.003

3. Draft note, "Amendment Number 6 to S659, to Amend Higher Education Act," 1963, no source.

019.024.004

4. Article, "The Tobriner Decision," Indian Historian, Volume 6, Number 4, Fall 1973, concerns Native American religious freedom.

019.024.005

5. Photocopy of "Memorial and Papers from the Mohave-Apache Indians from McDowell Reservation Arizona in relation to their removal of the reservation," 1911.

019.024.006

6. Transcript of talk given by Rupert Costo for a seminar at Bemidji State College, 5/20/76.

019.024.007

7. Natural and Environmental Resources workpaper on Indian Rights, 4/10/80.

019.024.008

8. Manuscript, "Location of the Site of Juan Antonio's Village of Sahatapa," by Phil Poretta, no date.

019.025.001

1. Publication, Wassaja, Volume 1, Number 1, 4/1961.

019.025.002

2. Publication, "Northwest," a Sunday supplement section of the Seattle, Washington Post-Intelligence for Sunday, January 16, 1977.

019.025.003

3. Correspondence to Dr. van Zellan from Thomas L. Kimball, Executive Vice President of the National Wildlife Federation, responding to criticisms over an article in "Conservation News".

019.025.004

4. Manuscript, "The West as an Image of the American Past," by Henry Nash Smith, 1951.

019.025.005

5. Publication, PG and E Progress, Volume XLIII, Number 3, 3/1966.

019.025.006

6. Indian Claims Commission, Docket Nos. 31, 37, 80 and 80-D, 347, 1/11/1966.

019.025.007

7. Article, "Counter-force coalition now backs treaties; group born in Northwest, spreads East," Yakima Nation Review, Toppenish, Washington/ Special Autumn Supplement, no date.

019.025.008

8. Publication, Traits of Indian Character: The 'Indian' Anecdote in American Vernacular Tradition, by Rayna D. Green, 9/1975.

019.025.009

9. Publication, California Indian Land Private Property, Volume 1, No. 1, 6/1976.

019.025.010

10. Article, "Indian Guns," Gun Digest, 23rd ed. 1969, p. 52-59.

 

Section 020

020.001.001

1. Report, "Cultural Differences as an Aid to Learning," Bea Medicine, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State College, a guide unit for social studies in grade 6, no date.

020.001.002

2. Curriculum material for "The American Indian and the Constitution," course outline, summary, footnotes and bibliography, no date, no source.

020.001.003

3. Report, "The Sovereignty of the Native American Tribes," 90 page document, including footnotes and bibliography, no date, no source.

020.002.001

1. Report, "Proposal to Develop a Model American Indian Education Program, Preschool to grade 12," submitted to the California State Department of Education by the Plumas Unified School District,1/71.

020.003.001

1. Unpublished manuscript, "The Leadership Process: Crazyhorse as an Archetype," by Paul Marashio, no date.

020.004.001

1. Report, "History of the American Indian: A Syllabus," Spring/73, Russell Magnaghi.

020.005.001

1. Report, "The Pueblo People; Leadership and Government," by Joe Sando, for the American Indian Reader, no date.

020.006.001

1. Report, "The Omaha People," by Donald David Ross, for the American Indian Reader, no date.

020.007.001

1. Unpublished manuscript, "A Historical Overview of the Relations Between the American Indian and the Anthropologist/Archaeologist," by Dana Andrew Isham, 7/74.

020.008.001

1. Report, "Project Summertime," by William Yoder, for primary age Indian students, 4/71.

020.009.001

1. Series of miscellaneous correspondence on Indian education programs, syllabi and initiatives, various sources, 1974- 85.

 

Section 021

021.001.001

1. News clippings, "Governmental Justice," and "U.S. Government Should Settle," no source, 8/19/21.

021.001.002

2. News clippings, "Dudley W. Robinson assists in founding Indian Republic," and "Indian treaty is interesting document," no source, 11/21/13.

021.001.003

3. News clippings, "Strange row before the shooting, Indian mutiny," and "Swift justice for slayer," no source, no date, concerns Cahuilla and Soboba reservations.

021.001.004

4. News clippings, "Agent Stanley dies of wounds," and "Defendants in Indian trial spring surprise," no source, no date.

021.001.005

5. News clippings, "Trial of Indian resumed today," and "Reservation necessary? Not wards but citizens say Red Methuselah," no source, 10/10/12.

021.001.006

6. News clipping, "Ignacio Costo dies: decedent of Cahuilla chiefs," no source, 3/13/31.

021.001.007

7. News clipping, "Indian to face murder charges," no source, no date, Cahuilla, Soboba reservations.

021.001.008

8. News clipping, "Jury still out in Indian trial," no source, no date.

021.001.009

9. News clippings, "Senate denies justice to Mrs. W.H. Stanley (widow)," and "Desire to come home to die," concerns convicted Cahuilla die in prison, 7/30/1904.

021.001.010

10. Report, "Southern Pacific Railroad Dispute Over Santa Rosa Tribal Land," no date, no source.

021.002.001

1.Series of correspondence relating to the acquisition of the Ohlone cemetery by the American Indian Historical Society in Fremont, California, once owned by the Ohlone Tribe who helped build Mission San Jose, 1964- 65.

021.003.001

1. Series of miscellaneous documents, correspondence, news clippings, and handwritten notes concerning the acquisition of the Ohlone cemetery in Fremont, California, 1965.

021.004.001

1. Series of miscellaneous documents, maps and photos on the Ohlone Cemetery acquisition in Fremont, California, 1965.

021.005.001

1. Series of miscellaneous documents and photos on the acquisition of the Ohlone cemetery in Fremont, California, 1966- 68.

021.006.001

1. Series of correspondence on the acquisition of the Ohlone cemetery in Fremont, California, 1964-70.

021.007.001

1. Series of correspondence between the American Indian Historical Society and Glenn Solomon and others concerning the research, writing and publication of The Odyssey of Wassaja Carlos Montezuma and the Indian Reform Movement 1900-23, by Glenn Solomon, 1970- 78.

021.008.001

1. Index of photos in the Carlos Montezuma Collection, no source, no date.

021.009.001

1. Legal document, "Before the Indian Claims Commission the Mission Indians of California and the Pitt River Indians versus the United States," Docket number 31, 37, 80, 80-D, 347 dated 7/20/64.

021.010.001

1. Article, "The Founders of the New York Iroquois League and Its Probable Date," no source, 1921.

021.010.002

2. Article, "Maine Indians' Concept of Land Tenure," Roger B. Ray, Maine Historical Society Quarterly, Volume 13, Number 11, Summer 1973.

021.010.003

3. Article, "The New Religion of the Iroquois," Journal of American Folklore, Volume 10, no date.

021.010.004

4. Publication, Tiioneniote; History of the Oneida Nation, by Aren Akweks, no date.

021.010.005

5. Publication, History of the Gibson Reserve, by Philip LaForce, no date.

021.010.006

6. Article, "Bloody Vengeance of the Pueblo," J.P. Dunn, no source, no date.

021.011.001

1. Series of news clippings on the Agua Caliente Tribe, Palm Springs, California, 1972-78.

021.012.001

1. Series of handwritten notes, reports and news clippings on the history of Alcatraz, 1958-1970.

021.013.001

1. Series of correspondence regarding the Barona Rancho, Mesa Grande, John Collier, El Capitan Grande Reservation, American Indian Defense Association, Captain Juan Diego Lahappa, 1927- 37.

021.014.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning the California Council of Federal Indians, 1964.

021.015.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning the California Council of Federal Indians, 1950-58.

021.016.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning the California Council of Federal Indians, 1947-51.

021.017.001

1. Series of correspondence concerning the Indians of California, Incorporated and F.G. Collett, 1935-52.

 

Section 022

Note

Note: files 1-21 are alphabetized A-Z.
022.001.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1987-90, A.

022.002.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, B.

022.003.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, C.

022.004.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, D.

022.005.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, E.

022.006.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, F.

022.007.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, G.

022.008.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, H-I.

022.009.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, J.

022.010.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, K.

022.011.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, L.

022.012.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, M.

022.013.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, N.

022.014.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, O.

022.015.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, P-Q.

022.016.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, R.

022.017.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, S.

022.018.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, T.

022.019.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, U-V.

022.020.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, W.

022.021.001

1. Indian Historian Press's prepaid and sent bills for 1984-90, X-Z.

022.022.001

1. Bank statements and market rate for 1988.

022.023.001

1. Indian Historian Press's Certificate of Deposit and market rate, 1988.

022.024.001

1. IHP's bank records, 12/16/87- 1/15/88.

022.025.001

1. IHP's bank records, 1/16/88- 2/12/88.

022.026.001

1. IHP's bank records, 2/13/88- 3/15/88.

022.027.001

1. IHP's bank records, 3/16/88- 4/14/88.

022.028.001

1. IHP's bank records, 4/15/88- 5/13/88.

022.029.001

1. IHP's bank records, 5/14/88- 6/15/88.

022.030.001

1. IHP's bank records, 6/16/88- 7/15/88.

022.031.001

1. IHP's bank records, 7/16/88- 8/15/88.

022.032.001

1. IHP's bank records, 8/16/88- 9/15/88.

022.033.001

1. IHP's bank records, 9/16/88- 10/14/88.

022.034.001

1. IHP's bank records, 10/15/88- 11/15/88.

022.035.001

1. IHP's bank records, 11/16/88- 12/15/88.

022.036.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 7/86.

022.037.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 8/86.

022.038.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 9/86.

022.039.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 10/86.

022.040.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 11/86.

022.041.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 12/86.

022.042.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 1/87.

022.043.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 2/87.

022.044.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 3/87.

022.045.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 4/87.

022.046.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 5/87.

022.047.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 6/87.

022.048.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 7/87.

022.049.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 8/87.

022.050.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 9/87.

022.051.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 10/87.

022.052.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 11/87.

022.053.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 12/87.

022.054.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 1/88.

022.055.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 2/88.

022.056.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 3/88.

022.057.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 4/88.

022.058.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 5/88.

022.059.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 6/88.

022.060.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 7/88.

022.061.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 8/88.

022.062.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 9/88.

022.063.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 10/88.

022.064.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 11/88.

022.065.001

1. IHP's cash disbursements for 12/88.

022.066.001

1. IHP's payroll tax records for 1980- 82.

022.067.001

1. IHP's bad debts for 1978- 89.

022.068.001

1. IHP's Wells Fargo bank transactions, 1978- 80.

022.069.001

1. IHP's financial report, 1974.

022.070.001

1. IHP's financial report, 1975.

022.071.001

1. IHP's financial report, 1975.

022.072.001

1. IHP's financial report, 1976.

022.073.001

1. IHP's microfilm and microfiche account, 1970- 79.

022.074.001

1. IHP's royalties, 1975- 86.

022.075.001

1. Fraud, Arnold Gorfain, 1986.

022.076.001

1. Shareholders correspondence, 1973- 80.

022.077.001

1. IHP minutes and resolutions, 1974.

022.078.001

1. IHP minutes and resolutions, 1970 and 1967.

 

Section 023

Note

*This section contains 4 reel to reel audio tapes, 1 box of glass negatives, 22 boxes of slides, 3 plastic sheets of slides, 6 cassette set of C'ouer d'Alene language, 1 envelope of Polaroid pictures.
023.001.001

1. Xerox copy of Bismarck Tribune, 1876, contains the first account of the Custer battle.

023.002.001

1. Boxed set, "American Indian Music for the Classroom," produced by Canyon Records, 1973, created and taught by Louis Ballard. Includes a teacher's guide, 1 envelope of prints, 1 envelope of dittos, 4 cassettes.

023.003.001

1. Envelope of Polaroid pictures.

023.004.001

1. Box of glass negatives.

023.005.001

1. 6 cassette set of C'ouer d'Alene language.

023.006.001

1. Reel to reel audio tape labeled "Songs of the Yokuts and Paiutes".

023.006.002

2. Reel to reel audio tape labeled "Martina Costo 'Workdogs', etc...".

023.006.003

3. Reel to reel audio tape labeled "Meeting with group on textbooks".

023.006.004

4. Reel to reel audio tape labeled "Apache Historical Sketch, Introduction to Language".

023.007.001

1. Plastic sheet of slides.

023.007.002

2. Plastic sheet of slides.

023.007.003

3. Plastic sheet of slides.

023.008.001-

023.008.021

1-21. 21 boxes of slides.