Finding Aid to the American Indian Community History Center Records BANC MSS 2008/108

Finding Aid written by Bancroft Library Staff in 2010 and Marjorie Bryer in 2019
The Bancroft Library
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The Bancroft Library
University of California
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Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: The Bancroft Library
Title: American Indian Community History Center records
Source: American Indian Community History Center (Oakland, Calif.)
Creator: Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.) Community History Project
Creator: Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.)
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 2008/108
Physical Description: 62.45 linear feet (47 cartons, 6 card file boxes, 4 oversize folders)
Date (inclusive): 1945-2011
Abstract: The American Indian Community History Center records document the efforts of the Community History Project to collect and preserve the history of the San Francisco Bay Area urban American Indian community. The collection also documents the work of one of the oldest urban American Indian community centers in the United States, the Intertribal Friendship House, where the Project was housed. The records offer insights into local activities, community members, events, and organizations, many of which also have national significance. The collection consists of Intertribal Friendship House records, oral history materials, writings about Native Americans, newspaper clippings, newsletters, Community History Project records, files from project coordinator Susan Lobo, and subject, organization, and people files.
Language of Material: Collection materials are in English
Physical Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Access

Cartons 1-38, Cardfile Box 6, and Oversize folders 1-4 are open for research. Cartons 39-47 contain audiovisual materials and are currently unprocessed and unavailable for use. Cardfile Boxes 1-5 contain restricted personal information and are closed to researchers until 2045.

Accruals

No future additions are expected.

Acquisition Information

The American Indian Community History Center records were given to The Bancroft Library by the Geraldine Lira, Marilyn St. Germaine, and Susan Lobo, on behalf of the American Indian Community History Center, and by Susan Lobo between 2007-2012.

Alternate Forms Available

There are no alternate forms of this collection.

System of Arrangement

Arranged to the folder level.

Organizational History

The Community History Project is dedicated to preserving the history of the broader San Francisco Bay Area “urban Indian” community. One of the high points in this preservation effort includes the book project, "Urban Voices: The Bay Area American Indian Community" (2002). In 1976, the Community History Project (CHP) grew out of the interests of Geraldine (Gerri) Martinez Lira, Marilyn LaPlante St. Germaine, and Susan Lobo to preserve the histories of American Indians whose lives were greatly impacted by the federal relocation programs that moved them from reservations to the Bay Area with the promise of sustainable employment, better education for their children, and affordable housing. Initially, the CHP committee focused on recording their oral histories, but as the committee expanded, with Sharon Mitchell Bennett, Charlene Betsillie and Joyce Keoke joining the project, so too did the project’s focus.
The CHP was an Intertribal Friendship House (IFH) program. The IFH, which was founded in 1955, is one of the oldest and still operating “urban Indian centers” in the United States. The founding of the IFH was in direct response to the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs 1950s Termination Act, the Relocation Act, and the Employment Opportunity Act, which when combined, called for the removal of American Indians living near or on reservations and their relocation to urban areas. Strategic government interior policies on reservation, removal and relocation motivated many peoples to migrate to urban locations, many people left by their own volition for adventure or to "see the world," for educational or employment opportunities, or even to escape or leave behind problems they were having in their home communities. The period of the 1950s saw a great migration of American Indians and their resettlement in one of a handful of urban communities designated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs throughout the United States.
Like most of the “urban Indian” centers that eventually developed in the United States after the mid-1950s, IFH was established by non-governmental non-profits and religious groups. For a number of years, the IFH was administered by the American Friends Service Committee, the social action arm of the Quakers that consistently refused funds from and entanglements with the government. In a short time, government provisions for job, health, and housing services waned, and the newly relocated American Indian peoples had to take on these commitments (often via the urban Indian centers such as IFH), of organizing, developing and providing the services and advocacy necessary for their own incorporation into urban society. At the same time, the maintenance of American Indian socio-cultural practices within the American Indian greater Bay Area urban community remained a priority. In addition to political and economic activism, social activities offered important interventions in that they nurtured a sense of community and belonging among the newly relocated people and in the longstanding, “urban Indian” community at-large. Social activities and annual events worked to alleviate the stresses of relocation for American Indian individuals and families and shined a public spotlight on the struggles and achievements of American Indians in the Bay Area and the broader nation.
Though the IFH was officially founded in 1955 during the “relocation period,” there were a number of earlier efforts to support and sustain the growing “urban Indian” community that had begun to amass previously in response to poor economic opportunities on reservations. Employment opportunities in California provided incentives especially for those American Indians whose reservations communities suffered economic disenfranchisement as a result of federal Indian laws and policies. World War II also saw many American Indians join the U.S. military. This brought many enlistees to California for training and deployment. Companies like the Santa Fe Railroad also drew American Indians to California for employment. This saw the formation of a “worker colony” called the Santa Fe Indian Village in Richmond, primarily established for Acoma and Pueblo peoples whose cultural and economic stability were deeply interrupted by the railroad company’s utilization of their reservation lands for the railway. This and other companies drew thousands of American Indians to the Bay Area prior to the 1950s.
A number of the country’s most potent American Indian political leaders and other key figures were first recognized for their work in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. They include Walter Lasley, Alice Carnes, Joe and Ann Salyer, Al Hicks, Wes Huss, Grover Sanderson, Ellie and John Hastings, Mary Eddards, Sharon Bennett, Betty Cooper Newbreast, Wilma Mankiller, Marilyn St. Germaine, Gerri Martinez Lira, Susan Lobo, Marge Good Iron (Jones), Ethel Rogoff, Alfred Elgin, Loraine Elgin, Stewart Calnimptewa, Travis Kinsley, Simon Ortiz, Eleanor McNoise, Thomas Brown, Sharon Bennett, Charlene Betsillie, James Muneta, Ruben Vera, Russell Piper, Joyce Keoke, Les Miller, Yvonne Choate, Marie Oliver, Sarah Poncho, and Bill and Carol Wahpepah.
The American Indian Community History Center was the non-profit organization created to preserve the materials produced and collected by the Community History Project.
(Organizational history note by Leece M. Lee, Ph.D., Ethnic Studies/Native American Studies, University of California, Berkeley.)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Access to audio-visual materials may be restricted due to technical limitations.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], American Indian Community History Center Records, BANC MSS 2008/108, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Processing Information

Processed by Bancroft Library Staff in 2008. Organizational history written by Leece M. Lee, Ph.D., Ethnic Studies/Native American Studies, University of California, Berkeley. Additions processed by Marjorie Bryer in 2019.

Related Collections

American Indian Community History Center poster collection (BANC PIC 2008.010)
Pictorial material from the American Indian Community History Center records (BANC PIC 2009.067)
Susan Lobo papers (BANC MSS 2012/233)

Scope and Content of Collection

The American Indian Community History Center records document the efforts of the Community History Project to collect and preserve the history of the San Francisco Bay Area urban American Indian community. The collection also documents the work of one of the oldest urban American Indian community centers in the United States, the Intertribal Friendship House, where the Project was housed. The records offer insights into local activities, community members, events, and organizations, many of which also have national significance.
The collection arrived in several installments. Additions were integrated into the collection intellectually. Original folder titles were retained throughout.
The collection has been divided into 13 series: Intertribal Friendship House Administrative History and Reports; Intertribal Friendship House – Additions; Oral Histories – transcribed interviews; Oral Histories – Additions; Writings Regarding Native Americans; Writings Regarding Native Americans – Additions; News Clippings; News Clippings – Additions; Newsletters; Newsletters – Additions; Community History Project records; Susan Lobo files; and Subject, Organization, and People files.

Separated Material

American Indian Community History Center pictorial archive has been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
American Indian Community History Center poster collection has been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
Digital material has been transferred to the Digital Collections of The Bancroft Library.

Publication Rights

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Subjects and Indexing Terms

Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.) -- Community History Project -- Archives.
Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.) -- Archives.
Indians of North America--California--San Francisco Bay Area
Oral histories
Newsletters
Indians of South America.
Indians of Central America.
Indians of North America -- Urban residence -- San Francisco Bay Area
Indians of North America -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Social life and customs.
Indians of North America -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Social services.
Indians of North America -- Civil Rights -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.
Indians of North America -- Education -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area
Indians of North America -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Social conditions.
Indians of North America -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Ethnic identity.
Indians of North America -- Relocation.
Indians of North America -- History.
American Indian Community History Center (Oakland, Calif.)
Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.) Community History Project
Intertribal Friendship House (Oakland, Calif.)

 

Series 1. Intertribal Friendship House. 1955-1999

Physical Description: Carton 1; Carton 2, folders 1-23; Oversize folder 1A

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

Consists of administrative papers and reports regarding the early history of the Intertribal Friendship House and some later activities.
oversize_folder 1A

Intertribal Friendship House grand opening poster. 1955

carton 1, folder 1-4

Early history. 1955-1969

carton 1, folder 5-8

Various reports. 1955-1980, undated

carton 1, folder 9

Articles of Incorporation. 1957, 1967, 1988

carton 1, folder 10

Founding. 1957-1981

carton 1, folder 11

Inter-Church Indian Committee of the Easy Bay, minutes. 1957, 1958

carton 1, folder 12-13

American Friends Service Committee. 1961-1981

carton 1, folder 14

Training projects and evaluations. 1962-1980

carton 1, folder 15

Recreational program for Indian youth, negotiated contract. 1964

carton 1, folder 16

Youth worker reports. 1964-1966

carton 1, folder 17

Various schedules. 1966, 1977, 1981

carton 1, folder 18

The Early Days paperwork. 1966-1982

carton 1, folder 19

Sports activities. 1967-1991, undated

carton 1, folder 20

Social services. 1970-1990

carton 1, folder 21

Evaluations and progress reports. 1971-1982

carton 1, folder 22

Education. 1973-1991

carton 1, folder 23

Internal Problems. 1976

carton 1, folder 24

American Indian Day. 1976-1978

carton 1, folder 25

Five Year Plan. 1977-1982

carton 1, folder 26

Conferences. 1978, 1993, undated

carton 1, folder 27

Raffle flyers/Bingo. 1978-1992, undated

carton 1, folder 28

Seniors' programs. 1979-1992

carton 1, folder 29

Community history project. 1979-1993

carton 1, folder 30

House floor plans. 1980

carton 1, folder 31

Master Plan for Intertribal Friendship House. 1980

carton 1, folder 32

American Indian-Intertribal Cookbook and Recipes. 1979-1995

carton 1, folder 33

Thanksgiving dinner/Unthanksgiving dinner. 1980-1996

carton 1, folder 34

Various dinners, including Wednesday Dinners. 1980, 1990

carton 2, folder 1

Trading post/gift shop. circa 1981-1992 undated

carton 2, folder 2

Unemployment assistance. 1983-1985

carton 2, folder 3

Winter Moon Festival. 1985

carton 2, folder 4

Tutoring programs. circa 1975-1992 undated

carton 2, folder 5

Recognition night - Oakland Unified School District. 1988, 1992

carton 2, folder 6

AIDS materials, flyers, clippings, fundraising invitations. 1988-1993

carton 2, folder 7

Fact sheets and reports. 1990, undated

carton 2, folder 8

Rights events. 1991, 1999

carton 2, folder 9

Long Range Plan. 1991-1995

carton 2, folder 10

Spiritual events. 1997, undated

carton 2, folder 11

Intertribal screen print. undated

carton 2, folder 12

Ribbon Shirt Co-op project business plan. undated

carton 2, folder 13

20th Anniversary. October 1975

carton 2, folder 14

25th Anniversary. July 1980

carton 2, folder 15

29th Anniversary. July 1984

carton 2, folder 16

30th Anniversary. July 1985

carton 2, folder 17

42nd Anniversary. July 1997

carton 2, folder 18

43rd Anniversary. July 1998

carton 2, folder 19-21

Youth activities. 1965-1992, undated

carton 2, folder 22

Miscellaneous event flyers. 1991-1993, 1999, undated

carton 2, folder 23

Miscellaneous. 1972-1992, 1993, undated

 

Series 1A. Intertribal Friendship House – Additions 1955-2002

Physical Description: Cartons 10-14; Carton 15, folders 1-5; Card File Boxes 1-5; Oversize folders 1A, 2B

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically

Scope and Content Note

Includes administrative files, program materials, and files for activities that took place at or were organized by the Intertribal Friendship House (IFH). There are board materials, correspondence and memos, ephemera, financial records and fundraising materials, membership information, personnel and executive directors' records, and publicity materials. Includes educational and social activities and social services provided by the IFH. Some materials related to IFH activities may also be found in Series 8.
Carton 10, Folder 1-2

42nd Anniversary Celebration 1997

 

Activity Files

Carton 10, Folder 3

Activities Guestbook/Guest List 1983, undated

Carton 10, Folder 4

American Indian Family Values Symposium 1986-1987

Carton 10, Folder 5-9

American Indian Music Festival, including Photo Releases 1979-1994, undated

Carton 10, Folder 10

Annual Traditional American Indian Dinner 1976-1981

Carton 10, Folder 11

Bingo 1979-1998

Carton 10, Folder 12

Child Care 1981-1990

Carton 10, Folder 13-14

Christmas and Other Holidays, including Thanksgiving 1980-2000

Carton 10, Folder 15

Community Awareness Day 1975

Carton 10, Folder 16

Community Dinners and Other Events, including Indian People Organizing for Change Wednesday Night Dinners 1971-2000

Carton 10, Folder 17

Easter 1980-1998

Carton 10, Folder 18

Elders 1981-1994

Carton 10, Folder 19-20

Family/Parenting 1979-1994

Carton 10, Folder 21

Flea Markets, Bazaars, Yard Sales 1980-1997

Carton 10, Folder 22

Graduation/Education Achievement Awards 1980-1981

Carton 10, Folder 23

Halloween at IFH and Other Locations circa 1980-1993, undated

Carton 10, Folder 24

Health and Wellness Events 1982, 1997-1998, undated

Carton 10, Folder 25

Ladies Exercise Group/Ladies Club/Martial Arts undated

Carton 10, Folder 26

Native American Health Center Youth Center/Native American Youth Center 2000, undated

Carton 10, Folder 27

Politics (Local) 1998

Carton 10, Folder 28

Pow Wow 1980-1996

Carton 10, Folder 29-41

Quincentenary/500 Years of Resistance/Turtle Island, includes Bahamas, Columbus Day, Father's Day Event 1984-1995

oversize_folder 1A

Quincentenary/500 Years of Resistance Flyers circa 1992

oversize_folder 2B

Turtle Island Project, Diazotypes (2) 1991

oversize_folder 2B

Xeroxed Photos from Unidentified Event (Mock-Up) undated

Carton 10, Folder 42-45

Administration for Native Americans (ANA), includes Financial Status Report and Contract 1978-1985

Carton 11, Folder 1-5

Administration for Native Americans (ANA), includes Community Development Plan – Contract, File Copy, Status/Progress Report, Proposal, with Susan Lobo Correspondence, and Audit 1982-1985

Carton 11, Folder 6-12

American Indian Adult Education Program, includes Program Evaluation, Ed[ucation] Consultants Leonard Meshoven and William Evraiff, and Proposal 1974-1981

Carton 11, Folder 13

American Indian Human Services Conference – 1st, 3rd, 5th Annual – Flyers, Guestbook 1979-1982

Carton 11, Folder 14

Annual Community Report and Meeting 1978-1980

Carton 11, Folder 15-16

Annual Reports 1984-1991

Carton 11, Folder 17

Audit 1972, 1982

Carton 11, Folder 18

Awards, Certificates of Appreciation, and Proclamations 1968-1994

Carton 11, Folder 19-20

Background/History, includes Materials Compiled by Susan Lobo circa 1991-1992, undated

 

Board of Directors' Records

Carton 11, Folder 21-32

Agendas, Meeting Minutes, and Financials 1957-1977

Carton 12, Folder 1-8

Agendas, Meeting Minutes, Financials, and Reports 1977-1996

Carton 12, Folder 9-13

Elections, People, Listings circa 1962-1997

Carton 12, Folder 14

Handbook 1975

Carton 12, Folder 15

Other Meeting Minutes and Information, including Planning Committee, American Indian Ministry, Community Meeting, Advisory Board 1977-1981, undated

Carton 12, Folder 16

Reports 1977-1981

Carton 12, Folder 17-18

Internal Correspondence and Memos 1977-1992

Carton 12, Folder 19

Resolutions and Proposals 1979, 1980

Carton 12, Folder 20

Financial Records 1982-1985

Carton 12, Folder 21-24

Brochures and Fact Sheets, including Quotes [from Oral Histories], Community History Project, and Senior Program (Young at Heart Senior Center) 1979-1990, undated

oversize_folder 2B

Brochures – Xeroxed Photos, Young at Heart Senior Center undated

Carton 12, Folder 25-26

By-Laws circa 1976-1982

oversize_folder 2B

Calendar 1976

Carton 12, Folder 27-33

Calendars, includes Mock-Up Sheets for Photos, Correspondence, Photo Releases, Order Forms 1980-1995, undated

oversize_folder 1A

Calendar 1986

Carton 12, Folder 34

California Indian Education Conference – Intertribal Friendship House Sign-Up/Mailing List 1999

Carton 12, Folder 35

Cards and Postcards (Blank) 1984, undated

Carton 12, Folder 36-38

Community Visioning Meetings/Bay Area American Indian Mobilization Project – United Indian Nations (UIN) 1991-1999

Carton 12, Folder 39

Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA) Prime Sponsorship, including Youth Division 1977

Carton 13, Folder 1-2

CETA I Proposal, Governor’s Discretionary Funds, Consortium of United Indian Nations 1977-1982, undated

 

Correspondence

Carton 13, Folder 3

Binder of Letters – Predominantly Incoming to Marilyn St. Germaine circa 1973-1976

Carton 13, Folder 4

Incoming circa 1975-1992

Carton 13, Folder 5

Thank You and Holiday Cards to Staff, including Betty Newbreast and Susan Lobo 1980-1981, undated

Carton 13, Folder 6

Memos, Letters, and Cards 1980-1986, undated

Carton 13, Folder 7

Cost Breakdown, 1990-1991 1991

Carton 13, Folder 8-9

Cultural Arts at Intertribal Friendship House 1981-1998

Carton 13, Folder 10

Day of Dialogue 1980

 

Executive Directors

Carton 13, Folder 11

Lists and Felix Spencer Memos 1976-1977, circa 1989

Carton 13, Folder 12

Roy Taylor Memos 1978

Carton 13, Folder 13-14

Betty Newbreast Cooper (and Theda) Memos 1978-1994, undated

Carton 13, Folder 15

Joe Barosso Memos and Memorial Service 1980-1981, 1997

Carton 13, Folder 16

Milton Jefferson Memos 1982-1985

Carton 13, Folder 17

Thomas L. Brown and Charles Stoneroad Memos and Correspondence 1983-1984

Carton 13, Folder 18

Sharon Bennett Memos 1989-1991

Carton 13, Folder 19

Jim Lamenti Memos and Correspondence 1990-1992

Carton 13, Folder 20

Fiscal – Alameda County 1976-1979

Carton 13, Folder 21

Five-Year Plan 1977

Carton 13, Folder 22

Fundraising 1990-1998, undated

Carton 13, Folder 23-25

Indian Community Needs Assessment Files 1984, undated

Carton 13, Folder 26-30

Johnson-O’Malley Files – Programs I-II, Summer Youth Program News Sheet, etc., and “J.O.M. News” 1978-1980

Carton 13, Folder 31

LEF Foundation Proposal 1994

Carton 13, Folder 32-34

Legal 1995-1996

Carton 13, Folder 35-36

Mailing Lists 1992 undated

Carton 13, Folder 37

“Management by Objectives” – Workshop and Lobo’s Notes 1981, undated

cardfile-box 1-5

Membership Cards circa 1960s-1975

Restrictions on Access

Membership cards contain restricted personal information and are closed to researchers until 2045.
Carton 13, Folder 38-39

Membership Lists 1979-1996, undated

Carton 13, Folder 40

Miscellaneous undated

Carton 13, Folder 41

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) – American Indian Training Project Final Report 1973

Carton 13, Folder 42

National Registry Proposal – Draft 1994

Carton 13, Folder 43

Oakland, City of – LIFE Workshop 1978

Carton 14, Folder 1

Oakland, City of – “Youth at Risk – Women and Seniors, Community Services and Activities”/Roof – Grant 1993

 

Personnel Records

Carton 14, Folder 2

Job Descriptions 1973-1992

Carton 14, Folder 3-7

Staff Lists, Schedules, Memos, and Meeting Minutes circa 1973-1992, undated

Carton 14, Folder 8-11

Policies and Procedures – Current, and Policy Meetings, Manual (Revised) circa 1975-1980

Carton 14, Folder 12

Organizational Charts circa 1979-1989

Carton 14, Folder 13

Miscellany (SOS Committee, Evaluation) 1979, undated

Carton 14, Folder 14-18

Planning Committee Core Proposal and Planning Session 1997-1998

Carton 14, Folder 19

Program Coordinator/Programs (Physical Layout) 1982-1983

Carton 14, Folder 20

Program Proposal and Miscellaneous Financial Documents 1985-1986, undated

Carton 14, Folder 21

Proposals, Funding Contracts, etc. circa 1979-1982

Carton 14, Folder 22-24

Public Relations Material – Announcements circa 1955-2002

Carton 14, Folder 25

Quotes [and Newspaper Clippings] circa 1956-2000

oversize_folder 1A

Raffle Flyer 1979

Carton 14, Folder 26

Raffles, Miscellaneous Fundraising 1977-1997, undated

Carton 14, Folder 27

Reports, Evaluations, etc. 1962-1965

Carton 14, Folder 28-30

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – “Pathways to Healthy Nations: the Circle of Strength”/University of California, San Francisco – Needs Assessment Survey 1994, undated

Carton 14, Folder 31

Social Services 1976-1983

Carton 14, Folder 32

Stationery/Envelopes undated

Carton 14, Folder 33-35

United Bay Area Crusade – 1970 1967-1969

Carton 14, Folder 36

United Way 1963, 1977

Carton 15, Folder 1-3

United Way 1975-1991

Carton 15, Folder 4

United Way – Proposals: Nutritional Health for Native Americans in the Bay Area, Native American Youth: Our Pride and Our Future, Honoring Our Elders: American Indian Seniors’ Program 1994

Carton 15, Folder 5

Visitors’ Register 1975

 

Series 2. Oral Histories - Transcribed Interviews. 1979-1981

Physical Description: Carton 2, folders 24-34; Carton 3

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically, then alphabetically by last name of interviewee.

Scope and Contents

Consists primarily of transcribed interviews for the purpose of creating an oral history record.
carton 2, folder 24

University of California Folklore Archives. 1980, 1981

carton 2, folder 25

Sierra Club Oral History Project - George Zuni. 1980

carton 2, folder 26-27

Master interview list - community history project. 1979

carton 2, folder 28

Interview topics - first draft. 1979, 1980

carton 2, folder 29

Interview check requests. 1979

carton 2, folder 30

Interviews notebook. 1979, undated

carton 2, folder 31

Adams, Joan. 1979

carton 2, folder 32

Banks, Dennis. 1979

carton 2, folder 33

Baxter, Carol. 1979

carton 2, folder 34

Blos, Peter and May. 1979

carton 3, folder 1-2

Carnes, Alice and Ruth Price. 1979

carton 3, folder 3

Elgin, Alfred. 1980

carton 3, folder 4

Ford, Marcella. 1979

carton 3, folder 5

Germaine, Marilyn St. 1979

carton 3, folder 6

Hastings, Minnie Ellen. 1979, 1980

carton 3, folder 7

Hicks, Al. 1979

carton 3, folder 8-9

Huss, Wes. 1979

carton 3, folder 10

Irwin, Millie. 1980

carton 3, folder 11

Jackson, Phillip and Juanita. 1979

carton 3, folder 12

Jones, Madge Good Iron and Joyce Keoke. 1979

carton 3, folder 13-14

Ketcheshawno, Millie and Vernon. 1979

carton 3, folder 15

Martinez, Gerri. 1979

carton 3, folder 16

Mills, Billy. 1979

carton 3, folder 17

Mitchell, Genny. 1979

carton 3, folder 18

Molarsky, Peggy. 1979

carton 3, folder 19

Moppin, Justine. 1979

carton 3, folder 20

Newbreast, Betty. 1979

carton 3, folder 21

Rogoff, Morris and Ethel. 1979

carton 3, folder 22

Sanderson, Melinda and Byron. 1979

carton 3, folder 23

Smith, Leonard. 1979

carton 3, folder 24

Snyder, Bill. 1979

carton 3, folder 25

Stanley, Darlene. 1980

Carton 3, Folder 26

Stanley, Helen 1980

carton 3, folder 27

Taylor, Lois. 1979

Carton 3, Folder 28

Van Every, Mildred 1979-1981

carton 3, folder 29

Vurek, George and Helen. 1979

carton 3, folder 30

Wahpepah, Bill. 1979

carton 3, folder 31-32

Willis, Coralee and Mary Eddards. 1979

 

Series 2A. Oral Histories – Additions 1976-1997

Physical Description: Carton 15, folders 6-32

Arrangement

Administrative and background materials are arranged chronologically; oral histories are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the interviewee.

Scope and Content Note

Includes administrative and background materials and interviews. Interview files may include drafts and final transcripts of the oral histories, consent forms, correspondence, indices, newspaper articles, and photographs. Most interviewees already had files in Series 2. The majority of the final edited interviews are in that series and, when space permitted, materials from the additions were integrated into those extant files.
Carton 15, Folder 6-9

Copyright Forms – Completed and Signed 1976-1982

Carton 15, Folder 10

Techniques and Methods, includes Suquamish Oral History Project circa 1976-1981

Carton 15, Folder 11

Background Information – Oral Histories and Genealogy Records 1977-1979

Carton 15, Folder 12

Interviews 1979-1980

Carton 15, Folder 13

Suquamish Tribal Oral History Project – A Guide to Oral History in the Native American Community 1982

Carton 15, Folder 14

Suquamish Tribe Comprehensive Cultural Plan undated

Carton 15, Folder 15

Youth Oral History Workshop July 1990

Carton 15, Folder 16

Oral Histories – 1997 Anniversary 1997

Carton 15, Folder 17

Adams, Joan 1979

Carton 15, Folder 18

Carnes, Alice 1979-1988

Carton 15, Folder 19

Martinez, Gerry 1979

Carton 15, Folder 20

Mills, Billy 1979

Carton 15, Folder 21

Mitchell, Genny 1979, 1985

Carton 15, Folder 22

Molarsky, Peggy 1979

Carton 15, Folder 23

Moppin, Justine 1979

Carton 15, Folder 24

Newbreast, Betty 1979

Carton 15, Folder 25

Rogoff, Ethel and Morris 1979

Carton 15, Folder 26

Sanderson, Melinda and Byron 1979-1980

Carton 15, Folder 27

Smith, Leonard 1979

Carton 15, Folder 28

Snyder, Bill 1979

Carton 15, Folder 29

St. Germaine, Marilyn 1979

Carton 15, Folder 30

Stanley, Helen and Darlene 1980

Carton 15, Folder 31

Taylor, Lois 1979

Carton 15, Folder 32

Van Every, Mildred 1979-1980

 

Series 3. Writings regarding Native Americans. 1961-1999, undated

Physical Description: Carton 4

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

Contains various writings, mostly unpublished, regarding Native Americans. Includes photocopies of photographs and contact sheets.
carton 4, folder 1

Photographs and writings by Ilka Hartmann. 1961, 1969-1971, 1993, undated

carton 4, folder 2

American Indian Relocation - Dissertation by Joan Ablon. 1964

carton 4, folder 3

Writings by John Collier Jr. and Mary Collier 1964, circa 1992, undated undated

carton 4, folder 4

Alcatraz Island. 1969-1971

carton 4, folder 5-8

Writings by Luis Kemnitzer. 1971-1978, 1994, undated 1972, 1994, undated

carton 4, folder 9

Various photos by Ilka Hartman. 1971-1980, undated

carton 4, folder 10

Pauline Campbell photos by Ilka Hartmann. 1972

carton 4, folder 11

Brooks Hall Indian crafts show photos by Ilka Hartmann. 1972

carton 4, folder 12

Oakland Museum pow-wow photos by Ilka Hartmann. 1972

carton 4, folder 13

Palo Alto pow-wow photos by Ilka Hartmann. 1973

carton 4, folder 14

Writings by Gordon Krutz. 1975, undated

carton 4, folder 15

Native American Childrearing In The City by Lemyra Martha De Bruyn. 1977

carton 4, folder 16

School Career and Their Consequences: a Longitudinal Study of Urban School Children by Gerald Agard. circa 1978

carton 4, folder 17

Writings by Suzanne Fields. 1979

carton 4, folder 18

Native American Community Development - A Field Project Report by Debi Leone. 1981

carton 4, folder 19

The Intertribal Friendship House - An Agency In Transition by Edgar Lister. 1981

carton 4, folder 20

Growing Up Indian in The City notes. 1981, undated

carton 4, folder 21

A Bibliography on Native American Child and Family Welfare by William Collinge. 1982

carton 4, folder 22

Native Populations of Latin America Documentation Project - Phase I: Lowland South America by Brent Berlin. 1983

carton 4, folder 23

American Indians: Higher Spirits by Bill Kenkelen. 1983

carton 4, folder 24

Writings by Susan Lobo. 1986, 1990-1993, 1996

carton 4, folder 25

Writings by Steven Crum. 1988

carton 4, folder 26-29

American Indian Women Activists - Dissertation by Judith Antell. 1989

carton 4, folder 30

How They Almost Killed Our Songs by Julian Lang. 1990

carton 4, folder 31

This Land is My Land: The Indian Occupation of Alcatraz, 1969-1971 by David Igler, drafts. 1990

carton 4, folder 32

Social Context and The Doctor Patient Relationship: A Study of the Care of Patients with Type II Diabetes by Bob Bartz. 1991

carton 4, folder 33

Community Educational Services For Native American Children by B. Frymer, G. Oasey, and J. Silva. 1991

carton 4, folder 34

Writings by Lawrence Edge. 1991, 1992

carton 4, folder 35

Advocacy on Behalf of Native Americans by Non-Native Americans by Eric Chrisp. 1991, 1992

carton 4, folder 36

Sociology-Race and Ethics-Speech Communication by Valerie Kennedy. 1992

carton 4, folder 37

Invisibility and the Native American Urban Experience by Rob Gyemant. 1993

carton 4, folder 38

Creating A Visual History: A Question of Ownership by Theresa Harlan. 1995

carton 4, folder 39

Social Identity: A View From Within by Zip Jackson. 1995

carton 4, folder 40

Mixed-Race American Indian Identity Politics: Exploring Race, Gender and Class by Andrew De Jolivétte [Andrew J. Jolivette]. 1998

carton 4, folder 41

Memories of Alcatraz by Brianna Leavitt. 1999

carton 4, folder 42

Intertribal House and Indian Community by Edward Chang. undated

carton 4, folder 43

Mono Marriage and Cultural Change by Linda Klug. undated

carton 4, folder 44

We See More Rainbows by Colleen Keane. undated

carton 4, folder 45

The Power of Women In Three American Indian Societies by Clara Sue Kidwell. undated

carton 4, folder 46

Indian community research by Gerald Hill. undated

carton 4, folder 47

Education, Culture and Academic Freedom: The Reagan Administration's Attack on American Indian-Chicano College by Jack Forbes. undated

carton 4, folder 48

Life on Two Levels - An Autobiography by Josephine Duveneck. undated

carton 4, folder 49

In The Cycle of The Whirl by Esther Belin. undated

carton 4, folder 50

Of Moving On - Native American Relocation 1950-1970 by Judy Antell. undated

carton 4, folder 51

Poetry by Myron Bercier. undated

carton 4, folder 52

Poetry by Tom Le Blanc. undated

carton 4, folder 53

Poem by Annette Areketa. undated

carton 4, folder 54

Alcatraz photos by Ilka Hartmann. undated

 

Series 3A. Writings regarding Native Americans – Additions 1958-1998, undated

Physical Description: Carton 15, folders 33-39; Carton 16; Carton 17, folders 1-5; Cardfile Box 6; Oversize Folder 1A; Oversize Folder 4A;

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Includes oral histories, poetry, popular and scholarly articles, reports, stories, student papers, teaching materials, and unpublished manuscripts. There is also one Ilka Hartmann photograph and some related correspondence.
Carton 15, Folder 33-34

University of California, School of Social Welfare 299, Research Report, Some Factors Affecting the Adjustment of Relocated American Indian (Group Research Project) May 1958

Carton 15, Folder 35

Moffett, Barbara W., American Indians: Their Role in Society 1960

Carton 15, Folder 36

Willard, William, including Navajo Urban Adjustment circa 1960, undated

oversize_folder 1A

Photograph of Pacific Automotive, Oakland by Ilka Hartmann 1971

Carton 15, Folder 37

Gursky, Deanna Ruth, A Selective Annotated Multi-Media Bibliography of Materials Available to Elementary School Students and Teachers on Indians of the American Southwest 1973

Carton 15, Folder 38

Fogleman, Billye Y.S., The Housewife Syndrome Among Native American Women 1974

Carton 15, Folder 39

Metcalf, Ann – Scholarly Papers and Popular Articles 1974-1990

Carton 16, Folder 1

Metcalf, Ann – The Effects of Boarding School on Navajo Self-Image and Maternal Behavior (Dissertation) 1976

Carton 16, Folder 2-4

Park, Susan/Darryl Wilson – Writings and Correspondence 1974, 1990-1991

Carton 16, Folder 5

Ortiz, Simon J., The San Francisco Indians circa 1975

Carton 16, Folder 6

McLaughlin, Robert, Who Owns the Land? A Native American Challenge 1976

Carton 16, Folder 7

Peters, Kurt – Articles 1976, 1995

Carton 16, Folder 8

Willard, William, Pueblo People in the San Francisco Bay Area 1978

Carton 16, Folder 9-12

Molarsky, Peggy – Poems: The Unprepared (Native Americans Come to Cities) and Stories 1979

Carton 16, Folder 13

Stull, Donald and James Divney, Neshnabek the People – A Discussion Guide circa 1979

oversize_folder 1A

North American Indian Personalities, Historical and Contemporary, Instructor Curriculum Materials (Posters) 1980

Carton 16, Folder 15

Blythe, Frank, The Realities of Today, the Promise of Tomorrow (Native American Broadcasting System) 1982

Carton 16, Folder 16

Demmert, William G. Jr., Circumpolar Developments, American Indian International Seminar May 1982

Carton 16, Folder 17-22

Children’s Poetry 1982-1992, undated

Carton 16, Folder 23

Stoll, David, The Lord Himself Didn’t Tell the Whole Story: The Controversies over the Wycliffe Bible Translations in Latin America 1982

Carton 16, Folder 24

Muneta, James, Traditional Belifes and Practices of Urban native Americans 1985

Carton 16, Folder 25

Patterson, Vicki, Life in the City: A Glimpse of the urban Experience of Pomo Women in the 1930s circa 1986

Carton 16, Folder 26

Curl, John, Columbus in the Bay of Pigs 1988

Carton 16, Folder 27

Schultz, Paul (on Native Spirituality and Religion) 1988-1989

Carton 16, Folder 28

Powelson, Mark K., Alcatraz Revisited 1989

Carton 16, Folder 29

Schiller, Patricia – Research on Native American Males 1989-1990

Carton 16, Folder 30

Nabakov, Peter – Article, Book Review 1990, 1992

Carton 16, Folder 31

Sullivan, Jess – Student Papers 1990-1991

Carton 16, Folder 32

Wilson, Ramona, Growing Up Indian and Making Connections through Words 1990-1992

Carton 16, Folder 33

Moisa, Ray – Articles 1988-1990

Carton 16, Folder 34

Parker, Kalene, Native American Relocation: Success, Failure, or Survival? 1991

Carton 16, Folder 35

Robinson, Scott, The Scalpel and the Spirit: An Ethnography of a Native American Healing Ceremony 1991

Carton 16, Folder 36

Sherman, Kristin – Museum Studies Paper 1991

Carton 16, Folder 37

Spencer, Horace, Navajo Way of Life and Philosophy 1991

Carton 16, Folder 38

Villalobos, Henry G., Native American Indian Heritage 1991

oversize_folder 4A

Bay Guardian, Indian Country Cover Story 1992

Carton 16, Folder 39

Fortunate Eagle, Adam (Adam Nordwall) – Alcatraz Manuscript 1992

Carton 16, Folder 40-41

Slater, Daska – Oral Histories for Article (includes Recordings) 1992

Carton 16, Folder 42

Deloria, Vine, Jr., If You Think About It, You Will See that It Is True 1993

Carton 16, Folder 43

Willard, William, Indian Newspapers, and Correspondence with Susan Lobo 1993

Carton 16, Folder 44

Davis, Lee, Coordinator, Sonoma State University, Native American History of the Los Vaqueros Project Area, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California November 1994

Carton 16, Folder 45

Phillips, Ashley, Urban Indian Community Formation and the Community History Project of the San Francisco Bay Area Indian Community 1997

Carton 16, Folder 46

Wachs, Katrina, The Intertribal Friendship House: A True Education 1997

Carton 16, Folder 47

Zahnd, Elaine and Dorie Kleine – Literature Review 1998

cardfile-box 6

Index Cards with Citations for Periodicals, Fiction, and Non-Fiction Writings circa 1990s

Carton 16, Folder 48

Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development, Native American Career Education Unit, The Community, a Unit in the Native American Career Education Unit, undated undated

Carton 17, Folder 1

Seidner, Edna – Poetry undated

Carton 17, Folder 2

Talbot, Steve, NAS v. Anthropology: Apples and Oranges? undated

Carton 17, Folder 3

Tyndall, Alice – Poetry undated

Carton 17, Folder 4

Vaudrin, Bill, Native/Non-Native Communication: Creating a Two-Way Flow undated

Carton 17, Folder 5

Vignes, Michelle – List of Local Subjects She Has Photographed undated

 

Series 4. News Clippings. 1945-1998

Physical Description: Cartons 5-6

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

Consists of various newspaper clippings regarding Native Americans, Intertribal Friendship House, and Alcatraz Island events from a number of news sources including the San Francisco Chronicle.
carton 5, folder 1-17

Various News clippings, including Alcatraz and Intertribal Friendship House 1945-1989

carton 6, folder 1-16

Various News clippings. 1990-1998, undated

 

Series 4A. News Clippings – Additions 1945-2001

Physical Description: Carton 17, folders 6-15

Scope and Content Note

Consists of newspaper clippings and articles about Intertribal Friendship House and Native Americans more generally. Includes clippings about Mexico and Arizona.
Carton 17, Folder 6-9

Newspaper Clippings, includes Magazine Articles 1945-2001

Carton 17, Folder 10-11

Intertribal Friendship House (IFH) Binder of Newspaper Clippings circa 1955-1978

Carton 17, Folder 12

Newspaper Clippings – IFH, Collected by Susan Lobo circa 1979-1983

Carton 17, Folder 13

Newspaper Clippings and Articles, California and Mexico 1963-1988

Carton 17, Folder 14

Newspaper Clippings, Arizona 1973

Carton 17, Folder 15

Newspaper Clippings circa 1982-1984

 

Series 5. Newsletters. 1964-2000

Physical Description: Cartons 7-9

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Contents

Consists of various newsletters, many unpublished, from various Native American organizations. Also includes newspapers and periodicals.
carton 7, folder 1

The Acornbasket - Newsletter of the United Indian Health Services. 1989-1994

carton 7, folder 2

A-Hum-Ati Tracks Newsletter. 1990-1993

carton 7, folder 3

Ak-Chin O'Odham Runner. 1992

carton 7, folder 4

Americans Before Columbus. 1980, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1992

carton 7, folder 5

The American Indian. 1968

carton 7, folder 6

American Indian Affairs. 1990

carton 7, folder 7

American Indian Club - Cal State Chico. March 1989

carton 7, folder 8

American Indian Community House. 1992, 1994, 1995

carton 7, folder 9

American Indian Cultural Group, San Quentin circa 1969-1972

carton 7, folder 10

American Indian Cultural and Educational Program. 1989-1993

carton 7, folder 11

American Indian Education Project - Title V. 1988, 1990-1994

carton 7, folder 12

American Indian Legal Services. 1979

carton 7, folder 13

American Indian Libraries. 1976-1981

carton 7, folder 14

American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation. 1998-2000 1999

carton 7, folder 15

The American Indian - San Francisco. 1972, 1974

carton 7, folder 16

Atlatl Native Arts Update. 1992, 1993, 1998

carton 7, folder 17

The Archaeological Conservancy. 1991

carton 7, folder 18

Association of American Indian and Alaska Native Social Workers, Inc. 1980

carton 7, folder 19

Association of American Indian Physicians. 1989

carton 7, folder 20

Association of Indian Manpower Programs, Inc. 1980, 1981

carton 7, folder 21

Bay Area Smoke Signals - Urban Indian Child Resource Center. 1977, 1988

carton 7, folder 22

Bayou La Rose. July 1987

carton 7, folder 23

Bear Facts Newsletter. 1975-1976, January 1979

carton 7, folder 24

Big Mountain News. 1983-1989 1986, 1988, 1989

carton 7, folder 25

California Community Council. December 1990

carton 7, folder 26

California Indian Energy News. 1992

carton 7, folder 27

California Indian Basketweavers Association. 1992-1995, 1998

carton 7, folder 28

California Indian Journal Newsletter. 1980-1982

carton 7, folder 29

California Indian Legal Service Newsletter. 1969-1980

carton 7, folder 30

California Indian Legislative and Policy Exchange. March 1981

carton 7, folder 31

California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc. Newsletter. December 1980

carton 7, folder 32

California Indian Museum Newsletter. 1997, 1998

carton 7, folder 33

California Indian Nations Voice - Advisory Council on California Indian Policy. 1994-1995

carton 7, folder 34

California Indian Story Telling Times. 1998, 2000

carton 7, folder 35

California Urban Indian Health Council. 1978, 1981, 1982

carton 7, folder 36

Chief Circle. 1981

carton 7, folder 37

The Circle Newsletters. 1980, 1985, 1988

carton 7, folder 38

Circle of Strength Newsletter. June 1996

carton 7, folder 39

Cleveland American Indian Center Newsletter. 1982

carton 7, folder 40

Coming Voice: Stanford Native American Community Newsletter. 1992-1993, undated

carton 7, folder 41

Common Sense Newsletter. 1980-1981

carton 7, folder 42

Community Voices Newsletter. 1994

carton 7, folder 43

Consortium of United Nations Newsletter. 1985

carton 7, folder 44

Council Fires Newsletter. 1992

carton 7, folder 45

Council Notes Newsletter. 1995

carton 7, folder 46-47

Crazy Horse Spirit Newsletter. 1982-1990

carton 7, folder 48

Creation Spirituality Magazine. 1991

carton 7, folder 49-50

Cross and Feather News - Tekakwitha Conference National Center Newsletters. 1990-1992

carton 7, folder 51

The Cultural Conservancy Newsletter. 1995, 1998

carton 7, folder 52

Cultural Survival Quarterly. 1986

carton 7, folder 53-54

Drumbeat. 1977-1979, undated

carton 7, folder 55

D-Q University Monthly. 1995

carton 8, folder 1-2

Early American - Newsletter of the California Indian Education Association, Inc. 1969, 1973-1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991

carton 8, folder 3

Ecology Center Newsletter. 1989

carton 8, folder 4

E'lek - The Voice of the Salinan People. 1994

carton 8, folder 5

Fame: First American Media Experience. 1978

carton 8, folder 6

Folklife Center News. 1980-1984, 1988, 1989, 1990

carton 8, folder 7

The Four Worlds Exchange. 1989, 1991

carton 8, folder 8

Fourth World Bulletin. 1992-1994

carton 8, folder 9

Fresno American Indian Council - Earth News. 1980

carton 8, folder 10

Freedom Notes: Newsletter of the Dennis Banks Defense Committee. 1985-1987

carton 8, folder 11

The Friendship House - Christian Reformed Church. 1980, undated

carton 8, folder 12

Friendship House News. 1998, undated

carton 8, folder 13

The Gala River Indian News. April 1992

carton 8, folder 14

Guatemala! news and Information Bureau. 1984

carton 8, folder 15

Happy Trails. 1979-1981

carton 8, folder 16

Hawaii Council of American Indian Nations, Inc. 1980, 1981

carton 8, folder 17

Hintil Kuuca Newsletter. 1986-1990

carton 8, folder 18

Hupa Survival News. 1978-1979

carton 8, folder 19

In The Wind. 1981

carton 8, folder 20

Indian Affairs In California. 1968-1971

carton 8, folder 21-22

Indian Center of San Jose, Inc. 1978-1980, 1981-1983, 1987, 1988

carton 8, folder 23

ICE: Indian Cinema Entertainment. 1988-1999

carton 8, folder 24

Indian Connection. 1971

carton 8, folder 25

Indian Crystal. 1986

carton 8, folder 26-27

Indian Education Center News. 1977, May 1991, 1995

carton 8, folder 28

Indian Health Center of Santa Clara County. 1981-1985 1985

carton 8, folder 29-31

The Indian Historian. 1964, 1966-1969, 1973, 1976

carton 8, folder 32

Indians Illustrated. Nov. 1968

carton 8, folder 33

Indian Report - Friends Committee on National Legislation. 1984-1993

carton 8, folder 34

Indian Teacher and Educational Personnel Program Newsletter. 1980-1990

carton 8, folder 35

Indian Valley News. 1994-2000 1996

carton 8, folder 36-37

Indian Voice. 1971-1973

carton 8, folder 38

The Indigenous Eye. 1991

carton 8, folder 39

Indigenous Women. 1991

carton 8, folder 40

Indigenous World. 1982

carton 8, folder 41

Inside San Francisco State University. 1991

carton 8, folder 42

Interagency Reporter. 1977-1979

carton 8, folder 43

The Intertribal Council of California. May 1983, April 1984

carton 8, folder 44

Intertribal Friendship House Newsletter/Intertribal News. 1981-1991 1983, 1990, 1991

carton 8, folder 45

Iroquois Social Dance. December 1991

carton 9, folder 1

The Jesse Peter Profile. 1990

carton 9, folder 2

Keepers of the Treasure - Cultural Council of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. 1993, 1994

carton 9, folder 3

The Klamath Tribune. 1983

carton 9, folder 4

Koi-Wa. 1978

carton 9, folder 5

Linkages - For Indian Child Welfare Programs. 1988, 1990, 1992

carton 9, folder 6

Local Indians for Education, Inc. 1979-1981 1981

carton 9, folder 7

The Longest Walk Newsline Newsletter. March 8, 1978, August 1980

carton 9, folder 8

Malki Matters. 1994

carton 9, folder 9-10

Many Smokes. 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983

carton 9, folder 11

Mapom News. 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997

carton 9, folder 12

Medicine Song - Journal of the Earth Circle Association. 1990

carton 9, folder 13

Meeting Ground. 1993

carton 9, folder 14

Messenger - Humboldt State University. 1992, 1994, 1998

carton 9, folder 15

The Minority Trendsetter. 1990, 1992

carton 9, folder 16

Moccasin Line - Northwest Indian Women's Circle. 1984

carton 9, folder 17

The Moccasin Telegraph: Sacramento Area American Indian Seniors Club. 1992

carton 9, folder 18

Multinational Monitor. 1982

carton 9, folder 19

National Indian Education Association. 1977, 1991

carton 9, folder 20

National Museum of the American Indian Campaign News. 1991, 1992

carton 9, folder 21

Native American Defense Committee. 1978, 1979, 1983 1983

carton 9, folder 22

Native American Express. 1989, 1991

carton 9, folder 23

Native American Heritage Newsletter. 1988-1990, 1992

carton 9, folder 24

Native American Parent Preschool Time. 1975, 1976

carton 9, folder 25-26

Native American Rights Fund. 1977, 1979, 1981-1985, 1987-1990, 1998

carton 9, folder 27

Native American Solidarity Committee. 1976, 1978

carton 9, folder 28

Native American Student Programs, UC Riverside. 1991-1994

carton 9, folder 29

Native American Studies Association - UCLA. 1991, 1992

carton 9, folder 30

The Native California Indian. 1980

carton 9, folder 31

Native Nations. 1991

carton 9, folder 32

The Native Nevadan. 1975-1988 1978, 1980, 1988

carton 9, folder 33

Native Peoples. 1991

carton 9, folder 34-35

Native Self-Sufficiency. 1980-1983, undated 1982, undated

carton 9, folder 36

Native Sun - University of Arizona. 1985

carton 9, folder 37

Native Support Network News. undated

carton 9, folder 38

Native Vision. 1985, 1986

carton 9, folder 39-41

Navajo-Hopi Observer. 1990-1991

Carton 9, Folder 42

Navajo Nation Today 1992

carton 9, folder 43

News Drum: Newsletter of the American Indian Council. 1982-1983

carton 9, folder 44

Screaming Eagle. 1981, undated

carton 9, folder 45

The Seedhead News. 1988, 1990-1992, 1994

carton 9, folder 46

Walk Across America for Mother Earth Newsletter. 1992

 

Series 5A. Newsletters – Additions 1955-2000, undated

Physical Description: Carton 17, folders 16-47; Carton 18; Carton 19, folders 1-41

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Scope and Content Note

Includes newspapers and periodicals. Files may contain articles, flyers, mock-up pages, and photographs. There is a mix of Xeroxed copies and originals. Issues were integrated into extant files when space permitted, but some titles can be found in both Series 5 and Series 5A. Please note that newsletters may be found elsewhere in the collection, particularly Series 8, Subject, Organization, and People files.
Carton 17, Folder 16-17

Akwesasne Notes 1976-1979

Carton 17, Folder 17a

American Indian Center, Livermore, Newsletter 1994, undated

Carton 17, Folder 18

American Indian Culture and Educational Program Newsletter (Martinez Unified School District) 1994

Carton 17, Folder 19

ARC Newsletter (Anthropology Resource Center), and Related Materials 1981, undated

Carton 17, Folder 20

Black Hills Paha Sapa Report 1980-1981

Carton 17, Folder 21

Capistrano Indian Council Newsletter 1996

Carton 17, Folder 22

Community Action in Latin America (CALA) Newsletter 1980

Carton 17, Folder 23

Eagle Eye (Arizona) [1997, 2000]

Carton 17, Folder 24

Healthways – Sacramento Urban Indian Health Project 1991-1992

Carton 17, Folder 25

Horse Nation Ho Ta In (Ogala Lakota Nation) 1997

Carton 17, Folder 26

The Indian Educator (United Indians of All Tribes Foundation in Seattle) 1978

Carton 17, Folder 27

Indian Studies – American Indian Studies, Cornell, University 1984

Carton 17, Folder 28

Indigena 1974-1975

Carton 17, Folder 29

Indigenous Environmental Network News 1997

Carton 17, Folder 30-38

Intertribal Friendship House Publications: IFH Newsletters, American Indian Bulletins, Intertribal News, and Calendars of Activities. Includes Articles, Flyers, Photographs, and Program Information 1955-1997

Carton 17, Folder 39

Many Smokes 1979-1981

Carton 17, Folder 40

Miscellaneous Publications 1983-1994

Carton 17, Folder 41

Native American Policy Network Newsletter/American Indian Policy Network Newsletter 1980-1984

Carton 17, Folder 42

Native Self-Sufficiency circa 1987

Carton 17, Folder 43

Navajo Relocation Review 1982

Carton 17, Folder 44

Navajo Times 1968

Carton 17, Folder 45

[The New] Smoke Signals – American Indian Center of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. 1992

Carton 17, Folder 46-47

New World Times 1990-1991

Carton 18, Folder 1

New World Times 1990-1991

Carton 18, Folder 2-3

News Drum (San Francisco American Indian Center) 1977-1983

Carton 18, Folder 4

News from Native California 1989, 1998

Carton 18, Folder 5

A Newsletter for the Acjachemen Nation 1995

Carton 18, Folder 6

Nicaragua Information Center Bulletin 1984

Carton 18, Folder 7

Northeast Indian Quarterly 1988

Carton 18, Folder 8

Northern Valley Indian Health, Inc. Newsletter 1989

Carton 18, Folder 9

Noticiero 1994

Carton 18, Folder 10

Office of Indian Education Newsletter/News (Oakland Unified School District) 1978-1994

Carton 18, Folder 11

The Other Side 1987

Carton 18, Folder 12

Oyate Wicaho 1981-1983

Carton 18, Folder 13

Path to Tomorrow – Bill Wahpepah Indian Youth Fund Newsletter 1990

Carton 18, Folder 14

Pelican Press Newsletter (Pyramid Lake High School) 1985

Carton 18, Folder 15

The People (Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) circa 1983-1984

Carton 18, Folder 16

Periodicals Inventory 1999

Carton 18, Folder 17

Pima-Maricopa Echo 1973

Carton 18, Folder 18

PowWow Trails 1969

Carton 18, Folder 19

Progress – Crazy Horse, South Dakota 1992

Carton 18, Folder 20

Pusuni News 1991

Carton 18, Folder 21

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Newspaper/Numuwaetu Nawahana 1998-2000

Carton 18, Folder 22

Quaker Service Newsletter – American Friends Service Committee, Northern California Edition 1979-1987

Carton 18, Folder 23-24

Red Letter – Native American Committee, Inc., Chicago 1980-1983

Carton 18, Folder 25

Red Road Journal – Sacred Hoop Program Family Wellness Center 1993

Carton 18, Folder 26

Red Voices – for American Indian Women and Their Families 1998

Carton 18, Folder 27

Round Valley News – Covelo 1983

Carton 18, Folder 28

Roundhouse Council Indian Education Center Newsletter 1987-1989

Carton 18, Folder 29

Runa Simi 1974

Carton 18, Folder 30

Sacramento Indian Center News/Newsletter 1979-1981

Carton 18, Folder 31

Sacred Mountain Notes 1980

Carton 18, Folder 32

Sacred Run Newsletter 1992

Carton 18, Folder 33

San Francisco Community Council Tlingit and Haida Newsletter 1998

Carton 18, Folder 34

San Francisco Unified School District American Indian Education project Community Newsletter 1985-1987

Carton 18, Folder 35

San Quentin News (see also American Indian Cultural Group, San Quentin) 1974, 1978

Carton 18, Folder 36

Sealaska Shareholder 1990-1991

Carton 18, Folder 37

Seasons – The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center Quarterly 1989-1995

Carton 18, Folder 38

The Singing Wire 1967

Carton 18, Folder 39

Site Saver – the Newsletter of Sacred Sites International Foundation, includes Related Materials 1991-1992

Carton 18, Folder 40-41

Smithsonian Runner – A Newsletter for Native Americans 1990-1994

Carton 18, Folder 42

Smoke Signal (Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) 1987-1992

Carton 18, Folder 43

The Smoke Signal of the Federated Indians of California 1969-1977

Carton 18, Folder 44-45

Smoke Signals – United American Indians of Santa Clara Valley 1971-1973

Carton 18, Folder 46

Smoke Signals for Bacone College 1980

Carton 18, Folder 47

Society for California Archaeology 1994-1995

Carton 18, Folder 48-51

South and Central American Indian Information Center/South and Meso American Indian Information Center (SAIIC) Newsletter, Journal (Abya Yala News and Newsletter), and Conference Report 1983-1995

Carton 18, Folder 52

Southern California Indian Center, Inc. News 1994-1995

Carton 18, Folder 53

Southwest Museum News 1993

Carton 18, Folder 54

Sovereign Nations 1993, 1997

Carton 18, Folder 55

The Speaking Leaves 1977

Carton 18, Folder 56

Spilay Tymoo Coyote News/Warm Springs News 1984

Carton 18, Folder 57

Spirit of Crazy Horse – Newsletter of the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee 1991

Carton 18, Folder 58

Surface Scatter – Marin Museum Society Quarterly/Interpreter – Marin Museum of the American Indian 1981-1991

Carton 18, Folder 59

Survival News – Self-Sufficiency-Sovereignty-Survival circa 1980

Carton 18, Folder 60

Suscol Council Newsletter 1996

Carton 18, Folder 61-65

Talking Leaf (Los Angeles) 1979-1987

Carton 19, Folder 1

Techqua Ikachi (Hopi Nation) 1976

Carton 19, Folder 2

Third Force – Issues & Actions in Communities of Color (Center for Third World Organizing) (formerly Minority Trendsletter) 1993

Carton 19, Folder 3

Third Force – Newsletter of the Center for Third World Organizing 1983

Carton 19, Folder 4

Title V – American Indian Education Project (San Francisco Unified School District) Newsletter 1993

Carton 19, Folder 5

Tonantzin Indigenous Youth Newsletter 1992

Carton 19, Folder 6-8

Treaty Council News (International Indian Treaty Council Newsletter) 1977-1996

Carton 19, Folder 9

The Tribal Court Record (National Indian Justice Center) 1990

Carton 19, Folder 10

Tribal People’s Survival 1979

Carton 19, Folder 11

Tribal Self-Governance Demonstration Project Newsletter 1992

Carton 19, Folder 12

The Tribal Spokesman 1971-1981

Carton 19, Folder 13

Tri-County Indian News circa 1979

Carton 19, Folder 14

Tule River Indian Health Center Newsletter 1988-1993

Carton 19, Folder 15

Turning Point undated

Carton 19, Folder 16

Turtle Quarterly 1991

Carton 19, Folder 17

United Indian Development Association Reporter circa 1980-1988

Carton 19, Folder 18

United Indian Nations Newsletter 1985, 1990

Carton 19, Folder 19

The Uprisers – California State University Hayward 1975

Carton 19, Folder 20

Urban Indian Child Resource Center Newsletter/Indian Education News 1983-1992

Carton 19, Folder 21

Urban Indian Health Board, Inc. Newsletter (Native American Health Center) 1972

Carton 19, Folder 22

The Vision Maker (Native American Public Telecommunications) 1998-1999

Carton 19, Folder 23

The Warpath (United Native Americans) circa 1970

Carton 19, Folder 24-26

Wassaja – A National Newspaper of Indian America 1973-1983

Carton 19, Folder 27

Wassaja – The Indian Historian 1980

Carton 19, Folder 28

Western Shoshone Defense Project Newsletter 1993-1997

Carton 19, Folder 29

Western Shoshone Sacred Land Association 1980-1981

Carton 19, Folder 30

Whispering Winds 1984

Carton 19, Folder 31

The White Bison – A Positive Indian Newsletter 1990

Carton 19, Folder 32

Winds of Change – A Magazine of American Indians 1989

Carton 19, Folder 33

Winds of Change – Yolo County June-July 1983

Carton 19, Folder 34-36

Yachá (Produced by United Indian Nations), includes Related Materials 1994-1998

Carton 19, Folder 37

Ya-Ka-Ama News – Ya-Ka-Ama Indian Education and Development, Inc. circa 1978

Carton 19, Folder 38

Young Native American/Younger Native American 1981, 1983

Carton 19, Folder 39

Youth Empowerment Program Newsletter (YEP) December 1994

Carton 19, Folder 40

Zuni Farming – Zuni Sustainable Agriculture Project Newsletter 1993, 1997

Carton 19, Folder 41

Zuni History – Victories in the 1990s 1991

 

Series 6. Community History Project Records 1955-2001

Physical Description: Carton 19, folders 42-55; Cartons 20-24; Carton 25, folders 1-10; Oversize folder 3A

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series details the work of the Community History Project (CHP) and its Community Resource Archives, a unique collection of books, documents, news clippings, oral histories, photographs, papers, posters, recordings, videotapes, and writings that document the histories of Bay Area American Indian communities from the 1940s on. The collection was intended to be a living resource created by and for the community, but it was also accessible to outside researchers. The series consists of administrative, program, and project files, and includes correspondence and memos, exhibit materials, financial records, fundraising materials, materials related to organizing and caring for archival papers and photographs, and personnel information. Includes files from the California Indian Music Project, the photograph exhibit, “Pride of Place: Sustaining Our Community,” the “Reclaiming Our History” project, and working bibliographies about urban history and American Indians. Because CHP was a project of the Intertribal Friendship House, there is overlap with Series 1 and 1A. Because Susan Lobo was the coordinator of the project, there is overlap with her papers in Series 7.
Carton 19, Folder 42

Alcatraz Research 1991

Carton 19, Folder 43

Alcatraz Exhibit 1996-1997

Carton 19, Folder 44

Appeal Letter Summer 1992

 

Archival Collections/Community Resource Archives

Carton 19, Folder 45

Copyright Forms/Information 1979-1980

Carton 19, Folder 46-48

Inventory, File Labels, File Organization, Archival Tools, Shades of Los Angeles 1981-1998

Carton 19, Folder 49

Diane’s Notes (regarding Files for Project, 1991)/ Outlines for Files/ Subject Files 1991

Carton 19, Folder 50

Intertribal Friendship House Document Files – Organization 1991-1992

Carton 19, Folder 51

Collections Survey Report, National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property Conservation Assessment 1992

Carton 19, Folder 52

Overview of the Community Resource Archives circa 1992

Carton 19, Folder 53

Background on Program and Inventory 1999

Carton 19, Folder 54

Bancroft Library 1997

Carton 19, Folder 55

Bay Area American Indian Research Project, Spring 1992 1992

Carton 20, Folder 1

Berkeley High School-Yurok Field Study and Cultural Exchange Program circa 1993-1994

Carton 20, Folder 2

Board Reports 1991-1999

Carton 20, Folder 3

Brochure undated

Carton 20, Folder 4

Bures, Maria, California Mission Era 1981-1988

 

California Indian Music Project

Carton 20, Folder 5

Lowie Museum of Anthropology – Richard Keeling…California Tapes (Part of the Project's Audiovisual Collection) 1984-1985

Carton 20, Folder 6

Ethnographic Recordings – Lowie Museum of Anthropology 1984-1985

Carton 20, Folder 7-13

Ethnographic Sound Recordings at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology, Volumes I-VII (Northwestern, North-Central, Northeastern, Southern, and Southeastern California, the Sierra Nevada Region, and the San Joaquin Valley) 1985

Carton 20, Folder 14

California Indian Project circa 1991

Carton 20, Folder 15

CD-Rom Project undated

Carton 20, Folder 16-17

Census/Census Bureau/Census Report 1980, 1992, 2000

Carton 20, Folder 18

Chelsea House Photo Fall 1993

Carton 20, Folder 19

Chiodo, John, Exhibit Design circa 1994

Carton 20, Folder 20

Clorox Foundation 1989-1998

Carton 20, Folder 21

Community History Projects – Letters of Support and Budgets 1979-1982

Carton 20, Folder 22-25

Community History and Issues Project, including California Council of the Humanities and Rosenberg Foundation Grants 1977-1981

Carton 20, Folder 26

Compumentor 1998

Carton 20, Folder 27

Contra Costa County Health Loan – Richmond Health Center, Quilt of Many Colors Project 1998

Carton 20, Folder 28

Correspondence and Memos 1988-1998

Carton 20, Folder 29

Delegation to Bolivia – Intertribal Friendship House Fiscal Sponsor/Oxfam Fund (about Repatriation) 1992, 1998

Carton 20, Folder 30

Donors 1991-1997

Carton 20, Folder 31

Elkus Collection circa 1998-1999

Carton 20, Folder 32

Equipment Release Forms, Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) Information circa 1980

Carton 20, Folder 33-34

Establishing Our Common Ground – A Repatriation Project – Proposal, National Park Service (with Marin Museum of the American Indian) 1994

Carton 20, Folder 35-36

Funding Advice, Miscellaneous circa 1974-1992

Carton 21, Folder 1-48

Fundraising/Granting Agencies, A-S 1980-1999

Scope and Content Note

Consists of fundraising materials, including correspondence, proposals, subject file materials, and workshops. Includes files for the California Council for the Humanities, East Bay Community Foundation, Ford Foundation, Institue of Museum Services, Miscellaneous Grant Ideas, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Petra Foundation. Since the Community History Project was an Intertribal Friendship House (IFH) project, some materials relate to funding of the IFHouse more generally.
Carton 22, Folder 1-9

Fundraising/Granting Agencies, S-W 1984-1994

Carton 22, Folder 10-11

Grant Applications 1978-1981

Carton 22, Folder 12

Health Study 1992

Carton 22, Folder 13-14

Intertribal Friendship House Video Binder, including Video Inventory circa 1989-1992

Carton 22, Folder 15

Jett, Stephen C., “American Indians of the San Francisco Bay Area,” with Susan Lobo Correspondence 1993

Carton 22, Folder 16

Lecture Series Spring 1992

Carton 22, Folder 17

LEF Foundation circa 1995-1998

Carton 22, Folder 18

“Living on Indian Time” Radio Show, Cathy Chapman Tapes circa 1989

Carton 22, Folder 19-20

Luna, James, including “Relocation Stories” 1987-1994

Carton 22, Folder 21

Oakland, City of undated

Carton 22, Folder 22

Oakland Museum Agreement 1995-1998

Carton 22, Folder 23

Oakland Public Library Loan 1999

Carton 22, Folder 24

Oakland Public Library – TV Production, “The People In-Between: Oakland’s Native American Community" Fall 1988-1989

 

Personnel Records

Carton 22, Folder 25-26

Staff, Volunteers, and Research Associates (Judy Antell, Patricia Baker, Bob Bartz, Lee Davis, Diane, Mary Louise Frenchman, Marilyn Goodman, Marilyn Guido, Angie Henry, Travis Kinsley, Renee La Marr, Julian Lang, Anne Metcalf, Kurt Peters, Karen Sue [Morales-Villon] Rolf, Karen Wells) 1980-1993

Carton 22, Folder 27

La Marr, Jean 1981-1995

Carton 22, Folder 28

Interns, Internships, Students 1989-1992, undated

Carton 22, Folder 29

Keoke, Anita (Joyce), Including Correspondence from Museums 1992-2000

Carton 22, Folder 30

Administrator 1998-1999

Carton 22, Folder 31

Fiscal Officer 1998

 

Photograph Collection

Carton 22, Folder 32-34

Techniques and Archives, including Suquamish Archives Case Study circa 1976-1998

Carton 22, Folder 35

Photograph Inventory [1979]

Carton 22, Folder 36

Photo Cataloging, Reference, Bazaar Day Inventory, Cataloged Photographs (Youth, Hintil Kuu Ca, Johnson O’Malley) 1979-1989

Carton 22, Folder 37

Slide Shows, including Notes for Janeen’s Slide Show circa 1979-1991

Carton 22, Folder 38

American Museum of Natural History 1980-1981

Carton 22, Folder 39

Presentations/Information 1980-1981

Carton 22, Folder 40

Release Forms, Signed and Blank/Use of Photos 1980-1991

Carton 22, Folder 41

Collection and Reference Materials on Collecting Photographs circa 1981

Carton 22, Folder 42

Rights 1988

Carton 22, Folder 43

Tsosie Photo Published Fall 1988

Carton 22, Folder 44

Supporting Documents [for Grants?] 1989-1998

Carton 22, Folder 45

Procedures Manual 1991, undated

Carton 22, Folder 46

Labels undated

Carton 23, Folder 1-28

Photograph Exhibits – “Pride of Place: Sustaining Our Community”/Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit (SITES) 1968-2001

Scope and Content Note

Includes exhibit, fundraising, and planning materials; narratives; release forms; text; materials for the reception/opening; mailing lists; invitations (for "Roots Run Deep" and "Pride of Place"); materials regarding the Festival at the Lake; publicity materials; quotes/duplicates; fiscal records; materials for the traveling exhibit at Mills College, including photo and broadcast releases and captions; Health Literacy 95; and LEF grant materials. There are also files related to the Pride of Place Community History Project book ["Urban Voices"], including illustrations, contents, general, photos, and slides.
oversize_folder 3A

Pride of Place Exhibit, Mock-up (Mounted Xeroxed Photos and Text) circa 1991

Carton 23, Folder 29-34

Photograph Exhibits – Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit (SITES) and Workshops /National Museum of the American Indian 1984-1999

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials related to the traveling photography exhibit (SITES), Tribal Museum proposals, a fellowship in museum practice, and the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian.
Carton 24, Folder 1-9

Photograph Exhibits – Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit (SITES) and Workshops /National Museum of the American Indian 1991-1993

Scope and Content Note

Includes a Smithsonian/Lowie proposal and materials from Smithsonian workshops, including "Organizing and Caring for Photograph Collections."
Carton 24, Folder 10

Program Expenses 1991

Carton 24, Folder 11-13

Quinn Tapes (Frank Quinn) – American Friends Service Committee; Collection of Indian Lore and Traditions at University of California, Davis (Part of the Community History Project Audiovisual Collection) 1955-1957, 1971, 1983-1989

Carton 24, Folder 14-34

“Reclaiming Our History” Project 1973-1999

Scope and Content Note

The "Reclaiming Our History" Project focused on locating photographs, tapes, and written sources documenting the history of the Bay Area American Indian community in libraries, museums, and family collections and compiling inventories of those collections. The goal was to create a resource guide to, and database of, these sources, and to organize a one-day conference on reclaiming history. There are inventories; a bibliography; materials about collections in archives; administrative files; funding materials, including the evaluation furor over the California Council for the Humanities grant; general files, including grant applications, and meeting minutes; a fundraising flyer; and lists of collection locations. There are also indices to slides of IFH staff and to an [audio]tape of a 500-mile run.
Carton 25, Folder 1

Reference Materials regarding Fundraising and Archives, including The Bancroft Library’s Disability Rights Project 1997-1998

Carton 25, Folder 2

Rosenberg Foundation – Grant Report 1980

Carton 25, Folder 3

Tobacco Litigation 1996, 1999

 

Working Bibliographies

Carton 25, Folder 4

Urban Indian/Urban Indian Women 1979-1984

Carton 25, Folder 5-8

The American Indian Urban Experience circa 1994-1998

Carton 25, Folder 9

American Indians in the Bay Area, American Indian Women: Drinking, Violence and Prevention 1998-1999

Carton 25, Folder 1

Youth Art Express Mural 1984-1993

 

Series 7. Susan Lobo Files 1975-2001

Physical Description: Carton 25, folders 11-32; Carton 26, folders 1-20

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials related to Lobo's role as coordinator of the Community History Project (CHP) at the Intertribal Friendship House (IFH). There is also material related to her research on and work with indigenous communities in the United States and Latin America. There is incoming and outgoing correspondence and memos, administrative files, writings, teaching materials, and materials related to her professional activities. Major topics include the relationship between CHP and the IFH, and the stability of both entities. Because of Lobo's role as project coordinator, there is overlap with Intertribal Friendship House records (Series 1-1A), Community History Project records (Series 6), and the Subject, Organization, and People files (Series 8).
Carton 25, Folder 11-13

Correspondence 1976-1996

Carton 25, Folder 14

IFH Correspondence 1981-1984

Carton 25, Folder 15

Correspondence and Memos to Board, Board Reports 1981-2000

Carton 25, Folder 16

Personnel, including Board Reports 1981-1999

Carton 25, Folder 17-20

Community History Project (CHP) Files, including Correspondence, Memos, Notes, Miscellaneous 1995-1999

Carton 25, Folder 21-32

Intertribal Friendship House (IFH) Files, including Correspondence, CHP History, Miscellaneous, Files from 1999, and "Community Turmoil" 1975-1999

 

Writings

Carton 26, Folder 1

Villa, Glen, includes Administration for Native Americans Program Announcement and The Miwok of Ione circa 1979-1995

Carton 26, Folder 2

Articles, Conference Papers, Reports 1980-1993

Carton 26, Folder 3

American Indian Community in a Multi-Tribal Setting – American Anthropological Association Meeting and Related Materials 1988-1992

Carton 26, Folder 4

Oakland’s American Indian Community: History, Social Organization and Factors that Contribute to Census Undercount 1990

Carton 26, Folder 5

Native American Voices: A Reader/Bay Area American Indians Bibliography 1998, undated

Carton 26, Folder 6-11

Urban Voices – Materials for Book 1991-2001, undated

 

Teaching and Professional Activities

Carton 26, Folder 12

Native Americans and the Bay Area Environment – Reader, Lobo Class Fall 1992

Carton 26, Folder 13

Native Peoples of the Americas circa 1977-1983

Carton 26, Folder 14

American Society for Ethnohistory Annual General Meeting/Cultural Rights Conference 1980, 1982

Carton 26, Folder 15-18

Oral History Conference, Seattle 1983

Carton 26, Folder 19

Protecting Mother Earth Conference 1998

Carton 26, Folder 20

Correspondence re: Red Power Symposium, San Francisco State 1999

 

Series 8. Subject, Organization, and People Files 1948-2011

Physical Description: Carton 26, folders 21-36; Cartons 27-38; Oversize folders 1A, 2B, 4A

Arrangement

Arranged into three subseries: 8.1 Subjects; 8.2 Organizations; and 8.3 People.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of files on subjects, organizations, and people relevant to the Bay Area American Indian community. These were collected as part of Community History Project (CHP) to document the lives, cultures, and histories of urban American Indians. They also serve as reference files on topics of interest to the American Indian community more generally. Because she was coordinator of the CHP, this series includes correspondence with Susan Lobo. Original folder titles were retained.
 

Subseries 8.1 Subject Files

Physical Description: Carton 26, folders 21-36; Cartons 27-34; Carton 35, folders 1-33; Oversize folder 2B, and 4A

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

Please note, there is overlap between topics and categories. May include materials regarding events held at or sponsored by the Intertribal Friendship House, and newsletters.
Carton 26, Folder 21

Advertising Symbols undated

Carton 26, Folder 22-24

Alcatraz/Indians of All Tribes 1970-1999

Carton 26, Folder 25

American Indian Chicago Conference 1961

Carton 26, Folder 26-32

American Indian Movement (AIM), includes Treaty Council, AIM for Freedom Survival Group/AIM Survival School, Big Mountain circa 1972-1999

Carton 26, Folder 33

Archaeology 1982-1999, undated

Carton 26, Folder 34

Arts – Directories 1989-2002

Carton 26, Folder 35-36

Arts – Fine Arts circa 1992-1999

Carton 27, Folder 1-6

Arts – Fine Art/Basketweaving and Other Crafts 1979-2001

Carton 27, Folder 7

Big Mountain/ Yellow Thunder Camp/American Indian Air Lift 1979-1981, 1997

Carton 27, Folder 8-12

Books and Literature/Literary, including Catalogs for Publications, Media, and Fashion circa 1978-1997, undated

Carton 27, Folder 13

Business Directories 1981-1991

Carton 27, Folder 14

Buttons, Balloon circa 1979-1992

Carton 27, Folder 15

Calendars (Other Tribes and Organizations) 1981-1985

oversize_folder 4A

Calendars (Other Tribes and Organizations) 1977-1987

Carton 27, Folder 16-23

California Indians, including History 1971-1998, undated

Carton 27, Folder 24

California Land Claims Case/Indian Health Service 1963-1994

Carton 27, Folder 25

Cards and Postcards (Blank) 1990-1992, undated

Carton 27, Folder 26

Chicano/Azteca 1988

Carton 27, Folder 27

Child Abuse 1978, undated

Carton 27, Folder 28-29

Conferences, Lectures, Festivals 1956, 1981-2000

Carton 27, Folder 30

Coyote Hills undated

Carton 27, Folder 31

Dance, includes Performance 1979-1999, undated

Carton 28, Folder 1-5

Directories and Resource Guides, including California Indian Resource Guide, Mendocino Co., ed. By Lee Davis circa 1971-1998

Carton 28, Folder 6

Dolls 1995, undated

Carton 28, Folder 7-12

Economic Development – Employment, Gaming, and General 1975-1999, undated

 

Education

Carton 28, Folder 13-14

Adult Education, including Journal Writings, Adult Education Students, Indian Center of San Jose 1978-1980, undated

Carton 28, Folder 15

American Indian Children Center Preschool circa 1978

Carton 28, Folder 16

Boarding Schools, including Sherman Indian High School 1978-1998, undated

Carton 28, Folder 17

California Indian Education Association (Eureka, Modesto) 1981-1984, undated

Carton 28, Folder 18

California State Hayward Native American Studies Program 1976-1981

Carton 28, Folder 19

Carl B. Munck School, Oakland 1986, 1997

Carton 28, Folder 20

Curriculum Ideas 1975, undated

Carton 28, Folder 21-22

Far West Laboratory Meeting Reports 1974-1976, 1994

Carton 28, Folder 23

Fremont Unified School District Native American Studies Program 1975-1989

Carton 28, Folder 24-32

General 1976-1999, undated

Carton 29, Folder 1-4

General 1977-1999, undated

Carton 29, Folder 5

Haskell Indian Junior College 1959-1991

Carton 29, Folder 6

Humboldt State University Spring 1989, undated

Carton 29, Folder 7

Indian Education Center, Oakland 1995-1997, undated

Carton 29, Folder 8

Indian Education Resources Center 1974

Carton 29, Folder 9-12

Job Training 1985-1987

Carton 29, Folder 13

Laney College (Material) 1980, 2001

Carton 29, Folder 14

Lee Little Soldier 1983-1984, undated

Carton 29, Folder 15

Merritt College, Mills College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Community Fellows Program 1984-1998

Carton 29, Folder 16-17

National Indian Education Association (NIEA) – General, Establishing an Indian Library, and Annual Conference 1978, 1990, undated

Carton 29, Folder 18

Native American Parent Preschool 1976-1987

Carton 29, Folder 19

Native American Scholarship Fund, Inc./United Bay Area American Indian Scholarship Fund 1971-1978

Carton 29, Folder 20

Native American Studies Supplement circa 1971

Carton 29, Folder 21

Red School House, AIM St. Paul undated

Carton 29, Folder 22

San Francisco State University 1979-1994, undated

Carton 29, Folder 23

Sonoma State/University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 1983-1990

Carton 29, Folder 24

Stanford University 1975-1994

Carton 29, Folder 25

Title IV, Indian Education Act circa 1973-1982

Carton 29, Folder 26

United Scholarship Service, Inc. circa 1972-1976

Carton 29, Folder 27-29

University of California, Berkeley circa 1979-2001

Carton 29, Folder 30

University of California, Davis Native American Studies Program 1982-2000

Carton 29, Folder 31

University of California, Santa Cruz 1992-1993

Carton 29, Folder 32

Elders 1982-1992, undated

Carton 29, Folder 33

Energy – Oil/OPEC/Radiation 1976-1981

Carton 29, Folder 34-37

Environmental Issues, including Land circa 1977-2002

Carton 29, Folder 38

Estate Hearings 1993

Carton 29, Folder 39-40

Fashion, Jewelry, and Clothing Catalogs – Matoksa Trading Company and Trade Wind – Fair Trade with Native America, etc. 1991-2000, undated

Carton 29, Folder 41

Federal Recognition 1990-1992

Carton 29, Folder 42

Festival at the Lake 1989-1991

Carton 29, Folder 43-44

Festivals, Feasts, and Other Celebrations, including Indian Summer Festival circa 1980-1998

Carton 30, Folder 1

Festivals, Feasts, and Other Celebrations, including Indian Summer Festival circa 1985-2001

 

Film

Carton 30, Folder 2-7

General, including, Television, Video, Radio, KQED, Festivals circa 1979-2000

Carton 30, Folder 8-9

American Indian Film Festival 1980-2000

Carton 30, Folder 10

Three Warriors 1979

Carton 30, Folder 11-13

Fishing Rights – Hupa, Northern California and Washington circa 1972-1984

Carton 30, Folder 14

Gay Indians – Randy T. Burns 1983

Carton 30, Folder 15

Genocide/Honoring Treaties, including John Trudell, “On Genocide" 1977-1983, undated

Carton 30, Folder 16

GO Road (G-O Road) 1979-1983

Carton 30, Folder 17

Hanta Yo (Book – Newspaper Clippings) 1980, undated

 

Health and Wellness

Carton 30, Folder 18-24

Alcohol and Substance Abuse/Smoking and Tobacco, includes Youth 1974-1998

Carton 30, Folder 25-26

Department of Health Education and Welfare, includes Program Coordination and Community Service 1975-1976

Carton 30, Folder 27-28

Diabetes and Other Health Issues circa 1988-1991

Carton 30, Folder 29-30

General 1989-2001

Carton 31, Folder 1-2

Mental Health, includes Talking Circles 1985-1999, undated

Carton 31, Folder 3

Nutrition 1980-1994

Carton 31, Folder 4

Health – Perinatal/Perinatal Health Services of the Native American Health Center, includes Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Women’s Health circa 1978-1994

Carton 31, Folder 5-12

Health, including the CLINIC, Indian Manpower Program for Allied Health Career Training (IMPAHCT), Native American Health Center (NAHC), Nurses Association, Stanford Geriatric Center, Urban Indian Health Board circa 1973-1995

Carton 31, Folder 13-14

History 1967-1998, undated

Carton 31, Folder 15

Housing – Unity Village Housing Project 1999

Carton 31, Folder 16

Humor circa 1977-1991

Carton 31, Folder 17

Identity – Federal Recognition/Tribal Roles 1991

 

Indian Child Welfare Act

Carton 31, Folder 18-19

Indian Child Welfare 1977-1995

Carton 31, Folder 20

General, about the Law 1978-1983

Carton 31, Folder 21

Children, Parenting, Foster Care 1982-1996

Carton 31, Folder 22

Urban Indian Resource Center circa 1982-1992

Carton 31, Folder 23

American Indian Child Resource Center 1992-1994, undated

Carton 31, Folder 24-25

Intellectual Property Rights – Patricia Cummings circa 1993

 

International (Country Files)

Carton 31, Folder 26

Australia/New Zealand, France, Mexico, Panama 1985-2000, undated

Carton 31, Folder 27

Bolivia 1983-1992

Carton 31, Folder 28

Brazil 1988-1992

Carton 31, Folder 29

Canada 1979-1983, undated

Carton 31, Folder 30

Colombia 1998-1999

Carton 31, Folder 31

Finnish/Saami/Lapp People of Norway, Sweden, Finland [and Russia] circa 1999-2000

Carton 31, Folder 32

Guatemala 1983-1994, undated

Carton 31, Folder 33

Nicaragua 1980-1983, undated

Carton 31, Folder 34

Peru 1981-1995

Carton 31, Folder 35

Soviet Union and Indigenous Folk 1990

Carton 31, Folder 36-37

International/United Nations, includes American Indian International Tribunal 1977-1994

Carton 32, Folder 1-4

International Indian Treaty Council, including 1) News; 2) World Peace Conference 1977-2001

Carton 32, Folder 5

International – Russell Tribunal 1977-1981

Carton 32, Folder 6-8

Land/Land Issues 1968-1994, undated

Carton 32, Folder 9-10

Law 1976-1994

Carton 32, Folder 11-14

Legislation – Federal, Native American Heritage Commission, State and Federal 1976-2000

Carton 32, Folder 15

Libraries 1980-1996, undated

Carton 32, Folder 16

Maps 1948, 1990, undated

oversize_folder 2B

Map of Indian Lands and Tribal Areas of California Map 1965, 1988

Carton 32, Folder 17-19

Museums, including C.N. Gorman Museum, Marin Museum of the American Indian, Southwest Museum circa 1983-2000, undated

Carton 32, Folder 20-21

Music circa 1978-1999

Carton 32, Folder 22

Native American Cookbook/Food/Recipes 1962-1982, undated

Carton 32, Folder 23-25

Natural Resources, including Chiloquin Indian Lodge for Community Action in Toto 1981-1997, undated

Carton 32, Folder 26-30

Ninth Inter-American Indian Congress/Noveno Congreso Indigenista Interamericano October-November 1985

Carton 32, Folder 31

Nuclear Power/Waste Dumps circa 1979-1993

Carton 32, Folder 32

Oakland International Festival 1978

Carton 32, Folder 33

Parks 1977-1992

Carton 33, Folder 1

Photography and the Native American 1973-1994, undated

Carton 33, Folder 2

Plants 1990

Carton 33, Folder 3

Poetry 1983-1996, undated

Carton 33, Folder 4-6

Political Prisoners/Prisoners/Prisons, includes Norma Jean and Patrick “Hooty” Croy circa 1974-1993

Carton 33, Folder 7-11

Politics, including Mainstream, American Indian Policy Review Commission, and Local/National 1964-2000, undated

Carton 33, Folder 12

Poverty 1965-1990

Carton 33, Folder 13-15

Pow Wow and Event Calendars circa 1978-1999, undated

oversize_folder 4A

Pow Wow Calendar, Denver 1993

Carton 33, Folder 16-26

Pow Wows and Big Time 1976-2001 2011, undated

Carton 33, Folder 27-28

Pow Wows – Stanford circa 1976-1997

Carton 33, Folder 29

Quilts, includes the NAMES Project circa 1989

Carton 33, Folder 30

Racism circa 1979-1992

Carton 33, Folder 31

Radio 1991-1997, undated

Carton 33, Folder 32

Religion and Spirituality – General circa 1967-1993

Carton 34, Folder 1-7

Religion and Spirituality – General, Christian/Evangelical, Ceremonies, Native American Church circa 1967-2001

Carton 34, Folder 8-11

Religious Freedom/Repatriation 1989-1994, undated

Carton 34, Folder 12

Repatriation Bibliography 1990-1993

Carton 34, Folder 13-14

Religious Freedom and Sacred Lands/Burial Grounds 1978-1997

Carton 34, Folder 15

Relocation, includes Agency Relocation Officer, Concho, Oklahoma 1957-1999

Carton 34, Folder 16

Relocation program – Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Field Employment Assistance Report 1970

Carton 34, Folder 17

Research 1980-1997, undated

Carton 34, Folder 18-21

Shamanism, including New Age/Neo Shamanism 1977-1993, undated

carton 34, folder 22

Social Work circa 1979-1981

Carton 34, Folder 23

Sousa Shooting/Violence…Shoot Out, 12/93, including Memorials 1993-1997

Carton 34, Folder 24-26

Sports, including Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Hand Games, Long Distance Running/Jim Thorpe Longest Run 1980-2000, undated

Carton 34, Folder 27

Storytelling/California Indian Storytelling Association 1990-2001, undated

Carton 34, Folder 28

Theater 1978-1998

Carton 34, Folder 29

Tobacco – American Spirit Cigarettes undated

 

Tribes

Carton 34, Folder 30

Alaskan Native Issues/Eskimo 1970-1993

Carton 34, Folder 31

Anishinabe 1990

Carton 34, Folder 32

Apache – White Mountain 1989-1991, undated

Carton 34, Folder 33

Blackfoot – “The Drum is the Heart" 1982

Carton 34, Folder 34

Cherokee 1990-1999

Carton 34, Folder 35

Cheyenne/Northern Cheyenne 1982, undated

Carton 34, Folder 36

Chickasaw, Choctaw, Delaware Indians, Havasupai, Mewuk, Morongo Indian Reservation, Omaha, Paiute, Quinault, Seminole, Tewa 1980-1994, undated

Carton 34, Folder 37

Chiloquin Indian – Lodge undated

Carton 34, Folder 38

Chippewa 1989-1991, undated

Carton 34, Folder 39

Crow 1988-1990

Carton 34, Folder 40

Flathead Tribe 1992, undated

Carton 34, Folder 41

Ft. Berthold (Arikara, Mandan Gros Ventres) (Short History of Fort Berthold by Ralph M. Shane) [1956]

Carton 34, Folder 42

Hawaiian 1992-1997

Carton 34, Folder 43

Hoopa 1981-1983, undated

Carton 35, Folder 1

Hopi 1976-1991

Carton 35, Folder 2

Hupa 1962-1989

Carton 35, Folder 3

Kickapoo 1979-1981

Carton 35, Folder 4

Kiowa and Other Oklahoma Tribes 1992, undated

Carton 35, Folder 5

Maidu 1991

Carton 35, Folder 6

Mohawk 1980-1990, undated

Carton 35, Folder 7-9

Navajo 1974-1992, undated

Carton 35, Folder 10

Nez Perce 1992, undated

Carton 35, Folder 11

Ohlone 1982-2000

Carton 35, Folder 12

Ojibway/Saginaw Chippewa 1982-1990, undated

Carton 35, Folder 13

Oneida 1984, undated

Carton 35, Folder 14

Pit River 1959, 1974-1981, undated

Carton 35, Folder 15

Plateau Tribes 1966

Carton 35, Folder 16

Pueblo 1987-1992, undated

Carton 35, Folder 17

Shoshone 1980-1999

Carton 35, Folder 18

Sioux, includes Crazy Horse Monument 1977-1992, undated

Carton 35, Folder 19

Suquamish 1980

Carton 35, Folder 20

Sycuan (Mission Band) 1991, undated

Carton 35, Folder 21

Tlingit/Haida undated

Carton 35, Folder 22

Tohono O’Odham (Pima/Papago) 1983, 2009, undated

Carton 35, Folder 23

Ute, Yakima, Yakut-Siberia, Yuchi, Yurok, Zuni 1970-1999

Carton 35, Folder 24

Washoe 1980-1982, undated

Carton 35, Folder 25

Winnebago (Wisconsin) – “Healthy Living" 1991

Carton 35, Folder 26

Wintun undated

Carton 35, Folder 27

Urban Community – General 1984

Carton 35, Folder 28-30

Veterans/War 1975-1996, undated

Carton 35, Folder 31

Women, including Domestic Violence, Women’s Health 1976-2001, undated

Carton 35, Folder 32

Wounded Knee 1973-1991

Carton 35, Folder 33

Youth, including Native American Health Center (NAHC) Youth Center, United National Indian Tribal Youth 1980-1999

 

Subseries 8.2 Organizations 1956-2011

Physical Description: Carton 35, folder 34-44; Cartons 36-37; Carton 38, folders 1-17; Oversize folder 1A

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by organization name.

Scope and Content Note

These are a mix of subject files about organizations and folders that contain materials related to business the organization had with Intertribal Friendship House or the Community History Project. Some files may include newsletters.
Carton 35, Folder 34-35

21 Generations Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program-Ya-Ka-Ama Indian Education and Development, Inc. 1994-2001, undated

Scope and Content Note

Organizations represented in these folders include Allies of the Lakota; American Indian Center of Central California; American Indian Education Center; American Indian Heritage Foundation; American Indian Historical Society; American Indian Science and Engineering Society; American Indians and the Death Penalty; American Indians for Opportunity; Aouon Archive; Development Support Systems; the Hopi Foundation; Indian Dispute Resolution Service; Institute for American Indian Development; KILI Radio; Kootenai Culture Program (Ksanka Band/Ktvnaxa Nation); Native American AIDS Project; Native American Cultural Center; Native American Heritage Association; Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc.; Red Cloud American Indian Society; Rumsey Indian Rancheria; The Sacred Land Foundation; Satwiwa; Shundahai Network; South Bay Indigenous Council; Southern California Indian Center, Inc.; Southwest Indian Polytechnical Institute; Steilacoom Tribal Cultural Center and Museum; and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service – Tribal Relations.
Carton 35, Folder 36-38

Alameda County Mental Health Advisory Board, including Correspondence 1976

Carton 35, Folder 39

All Indian Nations Arts Co-Op undated

Carton 35, Folder 40

Alliance of Tribal Tourism Associates circa 1997

 

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

Carton 35, Folder 41

Frank Quinn 1956-1998

Carton 35, Folder 42-44

Tule River and Round Valley Indian Reservations 1959-1964

Carton 36, Folder 1-7

Wesley Huss Files 1963-1991

Scope and Content Note

Wes Huss worked at the American Friends Service Committee from 1957 into the 1990s. The collection includes his general files and files on the following topics: Big Mountain; [International Indian] Treaty Council/AIM; a manuscript of a taped discussion -- the outgrowth of the “Shining Man Story” -- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagel, with Wes Huss Acting as an informant; Pit River, and Yellow Thunder Camp.
Carton 36, Folder 8

Miscellaneous 1983-1988

Carton 36, Folder 9

American Indian Center of Santa Clara Valley circa 1990

Carton 36, Folder 10

American Indian Centers (Various), includes Newsletters 1980-1991, undated

Carton 36, Folder 11

American Indian Child Resource undated

Carton 36, Folder 12

American Indian Contemporary Arts 1984-1999

Carton 36, Folder 13

American Indian Council of Marin 1978-1982

Carton 36, Folder 14

American Indian Center of Santa Clara Valley 1980

Carton 36, Folder 15

American Indian Council Region IX – Personnel Policies and Procedures undated

Carton 36, Folder 16

American Indian Family Healing Center 1994-1999, undated

Carton 36, Folder 17

American Indian Institute – Seminar for Tribal Historians 1984

Carton 36, Folder 18

American Indian/Nelson Mandela Planning Office 1990

Carton 36, Folder 19

American Indian Public Charter School 1996-2000

Carton 36, Folder 20

American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation 1995

Carton 36, Folder 21

Atlatl circa 2000

Carton 36, Folder 22

BAIKI Institute/Saami Baiki Foundation undated

Carton 36, Folder 23

Bay Area Indian Agency Representatives 1990-1992

Carton 36, Folder 24-25

Bay Area Inter-Agency 1976-1978

Carton 36, Folder 26

Bay Area Native American Council 1971-1972

Carton 36, Folder 27

Bay Area Video Coalition 1980-1981

Carton 36, Folder 28

Bill Wahpepah Indian Youth Fund – Calendars, Brochure, and Indian Curriculum Library 1989-1991, undated

Carton 36, Folder 29

Blackhawk, the Museums at 1992-1993

Carton 36, Folder 30-33

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), including Proceedings, Title I Workshop 1966-1991

Carton 36, Folder 34

California Indian Basketweavers Project/Basketry 1991-1997

Carton 36, Folder 35

California Indian Legal Services 1992, undated

Carton 36, Folder 36

California Indian Library Collections Project (University of California, Berkeley) 1990-1994

Carton 36, Folder 37

Center for American Indian Research and Education (CARE) undated

Carton 36, Folder 38

Contra Costa Intertribal Council 1998

Carton 36, Folder 39-42

D-Q University (Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University) 1975-2001, undated

Carton 36, Folder 43

Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco 1992-1993

Carton 36, Folder 44

Friendship House Association of the American Indians, Inc. of San Francisco/Circle of Strength/Families in Recovery [1994]-2001, undated

Carton 36, Folder 45

Headlands Center for the Arts 1989-1992

Carton 37, Folder 1

Hintil Kuu Ca (Preschool/American Indian Children’s Center) 1980-1999, undated

Carton 37, Folder 2

Honor 1993, undated

Carton 37, Folder 3

Indian Center of San Jose circa 1976-1987

Carton 37, Folder 4

Indian Policy Network 1979-1980

Carton 37, Folder 5

Indigenous Nations Child and Family Agency (INCFA) 1997, undated

Carton 37, Folder 6

Institute for Preservation of the Original Languages of the Americas (IPOLA) 1994

Carton 37, Folder 7

Institute of American Indian Arts (Santa Fe) 1976-1988, undated

Carton 37, Folder 8-9

Inter-Tribal Council of California, Inc. 1970-1981, undated

Carton 37, Folder 10

John F. Kennedy University Museum Studies Program circa 1992

Carton 37, Folder 11

Kings Daughters and Sons 1976-1984, undated

Carton 37, Folder 12

Library of Congress/Archive of Folk Culture/National Archives 1989-1997, undated

Carton 37, Folder 13

Long Walk for Survival/Longest Walk 1978, 1980

oversize_folder 1A

Long Walk for Survival Flyers 1980

Carton 37, Folder 14-15

Lowie Museum of Anthropology/Hearst Museum, including California Indian Music Project circa 1983-1998

Carton 37, Folder 16

Minneapolis American Indian Center/Minneapolis Urban Indian Community 1980-2011, undated

Carton 37, Folder 17

Miscellaneous Clubs, Organizations 1982-1998

Carton 37, Folder 18

National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) 1991-1993

Carton 37, Folder 19

National Indian Justice Center/Golden Gate Institute for Indigenous Cultures/California Indian Museum and Cultural Center 1994-1996, undated

Carton 37, Folder 20

National Urban Indian Council circa 1979-1980

Carton 37, Folder 21

Native American Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Program (NAADAP) undated

Carton 37, Folder 22-23

Native American Health Center (NAHC)/Circle of Care circa 1973-2001

Carton 37, Folder 24

Native American Heritage Commission 1978-1986, undated

Carton 37, Folder 25

Native American Rights Fund 1980-1990, undated

Carton 37, Folder 26-30

Oakland Museum of California, includes “Objects of Myth and Memory: American Indian Art at the Brooklyn Museum" 1980-2000

Carton 37, Folder 31

Oakland Public Library circa 1980-2000

Carton 37, Folder 32

Oakland – Sharing the Vision 1992

Carton 37, Folder 33-37

Oakland Unified School District (OUSD)/Office of Indian Education, including General, Language Arts Curriculum Guide for Elementary School, Native American Week 1978-2000

Carton 37, Folder 38

Oyate ‘Ho 1977-1981

Carton 38, Folder 1

Richmond Indian Village undated

Carton 38, Folder 2-3

San Francisco American Indian Center/Corporation for American Indian Development (CAID)/Community Action for the Urbanized American Indian, Inc., including Needs Assessment Research 1980-1989

Carton 38, Folder 4-5

San Quentin American Indian Cultural Group, including Copy of December 1968 Newsletter 1968-1981

Carton 38, Folder 6

The Seventh Generation Fund circa 1984-1996

Carton 38, Folder 7

Singing Eagle Foundation undated

Carton 38, Folder 8

SAIIC (South and Meso-American/Central American Indian Information Center) 1983-1991, undated

Carton 38, Folder 9

Teatro Nuestro/Tale Spinner’s Theater 1993-1994

Carton 38, Folder 10

United Indian Development Association/California Business Directory/Management by Objectives circa 1976, 1984

Carton 38, Folder 11-13

United Indian Nations (UIN)/United Indian Nations Tech 1994-1999, undated

Carton 38, Folder 14

United Indians of All Tribes, Inc. (Seattle, Washington) 1982-1983

Carton 38, Folder 15

Urban Indian Child Resource Center 1977-1991

Carton 38, Folder 16

URSA (Urban and Rural Systems Associates) 1988, undated

Carton 38, Folder 17

Women of All Red Nations (WARN) circa 1976-1983

 

Series 8.3 People 1957-2000

Physical Description: Carton 38, folders 18-45, Oversize folders 1A, 4A

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name.

Scope and Content Note

Files on community members, leaders, and activists. Includes articles, board and personnel-related materials, flyers and other ephemera, interviews, obituaries and information about memorials, photographs, relocation papers, and wedding announcements. Some files are from the American Indian History Research Project. Individuals not called out in file names include the Janeen Antoine family, Martin T Antone, Linda Aranyando, Preston Arrow-Weed, Bojak (Eli Blackfeather), Eldy, Peter, and Ben Bratt, L. Brightman, Harold Cedartree, John Colonghi, Josephine Duncan, Chief Eaglewing, Calvin Fastwolf, Sally Garrity, Carl N. Gorman, LaDonna Harris, Gerald L. Hill, Jr., M.D., T.J. Hoagland, Bill Hopkins, Roy Hopkins, Marie-Helene Laroque, Walter Lasley, Joe Lira, Wilma Mankiller, Cece Marin, Jeanette Martin, Wade Martinez, Mary McDaniels, D’Arcy McNickle, Marilyn Miracle, Genny Mitchell, William Oandasan, Darrell O’Rourke, Mario S. Oropeza, Manuel Edward Orozco, Jr., James Paisano, La Rayne Parrish, (Alcatraz Oral History), Marie Potts, George Lewis Ray, Gail Richard, Gil Romero, Elmer St. John/Simon E. Williams, Leslie Marmon Silko, Horace Spencer, Lee Sprague, Robert Stead, Ray Taylor (correspondence), Sue Tiger, Phil Tingley, Regina Watchman, and the Waukazoo family.
Carton 38, Folder 18

Alioto, Joseph-Azbill, Ken 1970-1998

Carton 38, Folder 19

Banks, Dennis 1976-1993

Carton 38, Folder 20

Berryhill, Peggy and Martha-Bullett, Steve 1980-1999

Carton 38, Folder 21

Brown Family – Clear Lake, Casinos 1982-1995

Carton 38, Folder 22

Castillo, Edward-Juneau, Barbara 1979-2000

Carton 38, Folder 23-24

Costo, Rupert (Publisher) (Papers, Many Topics) circa 1963-1978

Carton 38, Folder 25

Croy, Patrick “Hooty” and Norma Jean 1989-1990

Carton 38, Folder 26

Elkus, Ben/Charles – Elkus Collection (includes photocopies from 1934, 1955) circa 1988-1994

Carton 38, Folder 27

Gali, Cedro (Isidro) 1995

Carton 38, Folder 28

Ketcheshawno, Millie and Vernon T. 1979-1999

Carton 38, Folder 29

Kinsley, Travis 1998

Carton 38, Folder 30

Korczak, Sc. – Crazy Horse Monument undated

Carton 38, Folder 31

Lamenti, Jim and Evelyn-McNoise, Eleanor 1977-1999

Carton 38, Folder 32

Leach, Stella – American Indian Historical Research Project 1970

Carton 38, Folder 33

Means, Russell 1973-1995

Carton 38, Folder 34

Medina, Shirley and Family-Peters, Raymond E. (Relocation Documents) 1957-1999

Carton 38, Folder 35

Miller, Les 1997

Carton 38, Folder 36

Peltier, Leonard/Leonard Peltier Defense Committee circa 1978-1999

oversize_folder 1A

Peltier, Leonard, Flyer undated

Carton 38, Folder 37

Poncho, Sarah/Doreen-Risling, David 1966-1999, undated

Carton 38, Folder 38

Princess Pale Moon 1985-1991

oversize_folder 4A

Chief Seattle Speech (Broadside) from 1855 undated

Carton 38, Folder 39

Short, Jayne-Tsinhnahjinnie, Hulleah J. 1978-1995

Carton 38, Folder 40

Trudell, John and Les 1970-1994

Carton 38, Folder 41

Wahnee, Randy-Young, Harriet 1990-1998

Carton 38, Folder 42

Wahpepah, Bill, including Indian Youth Fund 1976-1991

Carton 38, Folder 43

Wanrow, Yvonne 1976

Carton 38, Folder 44

Westerman, Floyd 1981, 1992

Carton 38, Folder 45

Wilson, Darryl Babe 1991-1992, undated

 

Series 9. Audiovisual Materials 1955-1994

Physical Description: Cartons 39-47

Restrictions on Access

Cartons 39-47 are currently unprocessed and unavailable for use.

Arrangement

Original order was maintained.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Once processed, access to audio-visual materials may be restricted due to technical limitations.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of cassette and reel-to-reel audiotapes, VHS and U-Matic videotapes, and one reel of Super 8mm film. Includes recordings from the radio show "Living on Indian Time," oral histories, the American Indian Music Festival, the California American Indian Music Project, and the Frank Quinn tapes.
Carton 39

"Living on Indian Time," etc. 1977-1992, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 130 cassette tapes and one Super 8mm film. The bulk of the audiotapes are from “Living on Indian Time,” a monthly radio show about the Native community (local and national) produced by Susan Lobo and hosted by Peggy Berryhill. It aired on KPFA (and other stations) from 1984-1994. There are full shows, music, outtakes, and interviews. Some interviews may be for a Smithsonian Radio Project. There are also recordings of press conferences, the California Indian Artists Project, the California Indian Radio Program, flute music, and the American Indian Music Festival. There are broadcasts about Latin America, including the South and Central American Indian Information Center (SAIIC) Radio Show and Radio Habana Cuba, a show from La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley, and audio to accompany a slide show about Pit River. The reel of Super 8mm film is labeled “Disneyland [Johnson O’Malley] Trip.”
Carton 40

American Indian Music Festival, Frank Quinn Tapes, "Living on Indian Time," etc. circa 1955-1956, 1979-1987, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 171 cassette tapes. Includes recordings Frank Quinn made with tribe members while he was a field worker for the American Friends Service Committee in Northern California in the 1950s; and recordings of the American Indian Music Festival, and M. Scott Momaday's novel, "House Made of Dawn." Many tapes are from "Living on Indian Time." Subjects include Big Mountain, Central America, the Heritage Commission, interviews with Leonard Peltier, La Peña Cultural Center, and the Longest Walk. There are also recordings of Floyd Westerman, the American Friends Service Committee, a human services conference (1980), Betty Newbreast, a graduation at UC Berkeley, and a dance practice.
Carton 41

American Indian Music Festival, "Living on Indian Time," etc. 1979-1992, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 205 cassette tapes. Includes recordings of the American Indian Music Festival, "House Made of Dawn," and “Growing Up Indian”; oral histories with Millie and Vernon Ketcheshawno; audio for a Navajo slide show, Intertribal Friendship House's 25th birthday celebration, “Sunday Times” with Betty Newbreast, “Spirits of the Present,” and an American Indian Movement (AIM) benefit. There are also tapes of “Living on Indian Time,” covering subjects such as Wings, 500 Mile Run, Big Mountain, indigenous people in Latin America, and the South and Centeral American Indian Information Center (SAIIC). Also includes tapes from the California Indian Music Project.
Carton 42

California Indian Music Project, Original Oral History Tapes, Frank Quinn Tapes, and Events at Intertribal Friendship House 1955-1956, circa 1979-1984

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 113 cassette tapes. Includes ethnographic recordings of California Indian music (Lowie Museum of Anthropology), and recordings of many of the transcribed oral histories that are in the collection. Intertribal Friendship House events represented include community meetings, a graduation dinner, a human services conference, press conferences, and the Day of Dialogue.
Carton 43

Intertribal Friendship House Programs and Conferences, etc. 1977-1994, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 44 VHS tapes. Includes programs at Intertribal Friendship House (IFH); portrayals of American Indian women in film; “The People in between: Oakland’s Native American Community”; “Going Home: the California Indian Library Project”; the “Reclaiming Our History” conference; IFH's 25th anniversary; a Quincentennial planning conference; the “American Indians and the Census” conference; memorials; tapes on smoking cessation; recordings of James A. Luna; and “World’s in Transition: A Description of the Bay Area Native American Community.”
Carton 44

Intertribal Friendship House 25th Anniversary, etc. 1977-1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 11 U-Matic and VHS tapes, and a few reel-to-reel tape boxes (kept for informational value). Also includes footage related to the American Indian Movement (AIM) and the Treaty Council, urban Indian education, and a "description of [a] Southwest hanging."
Carton 45

"Living on Indian Time," etc. 1974-1993, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 37 reel-to-reel audiotapes, 2 open-reel videotapes, and 2 VHS tapes. 1974-1993, undated. “Living on Indian Time” material includes an interview with Leonard Peltier, programs on South American Indians, and “Who Killed Michael Farmer?" There is also an experimental documentary based on the life and work of artist and poet T.C. Cannon; “The Place of Falling Waters”; recordings of Intertribal Friendship House mental health programs, and “First Person Radio.”
Carton 46

"Living on Indian Time," etc. 1980-1981, undated

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 3 VHS tapes and 75 reel-to-reel audiotapes. In addition to interviews, outtakes, and music from "Living on Indian Time," there are recordings of “Spirit of Crazy Horse,” “The Place of Falling Waters,” “Color Voices,” the American Indian Movement/Intertribal Friendship House 25th birthday celebration, “First Person Radio,” and “Bridging the Americas.”
Carton 47

"Living on Indian Time" circa 1979-1987

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 49 reel-to-reel tapes, individually numbered, probably from “Living on Indian Time.” Includes outtakes and interviews.