Judi Chapman papers, 1963-1999  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Chapman, Judi, 1941-2000
Title
Judi Chapman papers
Dates
1963-1999 (inclusive)
Quantity
12.7 linear feet
Collection Number
Mss 641
Summary
This collection consists primarily of subject and work files of Judi Chapman, assistant to US Representative Pat Williams of Montana from 1979-1991 and then lobbyist working largely with Native American tribes, including the Blackfeet and Havasupai.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana-Missoula.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Judith (Judi) Larson Chapman was born in Pierre, South Dakota on July 23, 1941. She graduated from St. Olaf College in 1963 and from The University of Montana with a degree in Social Work in 1974. Chapman served as an assistant to United States Representative Pat Williams of Montana’s 1st Congressional District from 1979-1991. As an assistant to Congressman Williams, Chapman dealt primarily with issues of women’s equality and Native American interests.

After her work with Representative Williams, Chapman was a lobbyist working largely with Native American tribes, including the Blackfeet Tribe (Montana) and the Havasupai Tribe (Arizona). She also conducted a number of lobbying workshops aimed at promoting Native American interests. In addition, Chapman held positions with the Administration of Native American Tribes, the Indian Head Start Program, and on the Monitoring and Evaluation team for Bureau of Indian Affairs schools.

Chapman was active with the Democratic Party, working on get-out-the-vote campaigns for the 1992 Presidential election and serving as a delegate to the 1996 Democratic National Convention. Chapman also served as a Missoula Democratic Central Committee Precinctwoman and was on a number of local boards related to environmental and Native American issues, including the Missoula City-County Health Board, the Missoula Air Pollution Control Board, the Missoula Water Quality Board, and the Indian Center.

Chapman passed away on July 19, 2000 in Missoula having battled brain cancer. She is survived by her daughters Tonia Anell Johnson Chapman Bossell and Varen Kay Johnson Chapman.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Judi Chapman papers consist primarily of materials created from Chapman’s political work during the 1990s. This includes materials related to Chapman’s lobbying activities for the Blackfeet and Havasupai Tribes, administrative and informational materials for workshops on lobbying and the legislative process, notes relating to her work on the Missoula City-County Health Board, notes and correspondence created from her work with the Democratic Party, and files related to consultative work Chapman performed with Native American organizations in relation to grant writing. Also included are subject files supporting her work in various areas, many of which contain materials created during her years as an assistant to Pat Williams. This collection contains one series of materials created from Chapman’s work with the Mountain-Plains Education and Economic Development Program, a program designed to improve adult vocational education.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright not transferred to The University of Montana

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], Guide to the Judi Chapman Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Lobbying, 1985-1994Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

This series contains materials related to Chapman’s career as a lobbyist. This includes files used for workshops that she led for several Native American groups. Chapman’s primary work as a lobbyist was in conjunction with the Blackfeet Indians in Montana. This series also includes materials documenting her work with the Havasupai, a tribe based in Supai, which is located in northwest Arizona. As a lobbyist, Chapman worked on a host of issues including improvements with regards to Native American housing, legal systems, education, and water infrastructure. This series is divided into three subseries: Blackfeet Nation, Havasupai Tribe, and Workshops.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Blackfeet Nation
1.3 linear feet
This subseries contains materials related to Chapman’s extensive work with the Blackfeet Indians. This includes correspondence, notes, and subject files used to advance legislation on law enforcement, education, health care, and emergency disaster assistance. Also included are materials regarding Blackfeet issues predating Chapman’s career as a lobbyist that were likely gathered when Chapman was an assistant to Representative Pat Williams. In addition, this subseries contains files related to voter mobilization efforts amongst the Blackfeet in 1992. These efforts are likely related to her work with the Montana Alliance for Progressive Policy’s get out the vote campaign.
1985-1993
Box/Folder
1/1
Notebooks
circa 1994
1/2
Correspondence
1991
1/3
Correspondence
1991-1992
1/4
Drilling near Badger-Two Medicine
1990-1992
1/5
Emergency disaster assistance
1989-1991
1/6
Essential tribal services
1991
1/7
Head Start
1991
1/8
Indian health care amendments
1991
1/9
Last Star Homes
1991
1/10
Law Enforcement
1991-1992
2/1-2
Legislation
1990-1992
2/3-6
Legislation
1990-1992
3/1-2
Legislation (continued)
1990-1992
3/3
Model Trust Department
1992
3/4
Montana Conservation Corps
1991
3/5
Monthly and quarterly reports and contracts
1991-1992
3/6
Senate Bill 1696
1992
3/7
Staggered terms
1991-1992
3/8
Testimony and appropriations
1993
3/9
Treaties
1985
3/10
Tribal Cattle Herd Pilot Project - TRICAPP
1990
3/11
Tribal minutes
1992
4/1
Voting
1992
Subseries 2: Havasupai Tribe
0.2 linear feet
This subseries contains materials for Chapman’s work to advance the Havasupai Tribal Water Development Project from 1993-1994. Included are correspondence, notes, reports, and subject files related to the project.
1993-1994
Box/Folder
4/2
Copies – correspondence legislation meeting summary re: Bar Four Water
1993
4/3
Correspondence, 1993-1994
1993-1994
4/4
Correspondence
1994
26/1
Hualapai Hilltop and Bar Four - Havasupai Master Plan
1991
4/5
Notes on 1976 report
undated
4/6
Notes on Havasupai project
1993-1994
4/7
Weekly Reports – regarding Havasupai Water Development at Hilltop and Bar Four
1993-1994

Series II:  Workshops, 1989-1998Return to Top

1.4 linear feet

This series contains subject files, correspondence, and notes used by Chapman for her lobbying workshops. Chapman led workshops for tribes located in Montana, Washington, South Dakota, and Alaska, as well as for national organizations such as the American Indian Higher Education Consortium.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Administrative files
0.9 linear feet
This subseries contains evaluations, notes regarding the general structure of Chapman’s workshop, and notes for specific workshops.
1986-1998
Box/Folder
4/8
Chugach – notes on workshop
1997
4/9
Curriculum development and power organizations
undated
4/10
Evaluations
1986-1993
4/11
Evaluations – workshop materials development notes
circa 1993
4/12
Dead jobs
1991-1993
4/13
Kaufman and Associates
1993
5/1
KRA
1998
5/2
Lonefight and Associates – Correspondence and misc.
1994
5/3
MIEA (Montana Indian Education Association) – Dan Williams
1996
5/4
Native American Technology – correspondence and proposals
1995-1998
5/5
NISBA (National Indian School Board Administration) – How a Bill becomes Law
1996-1997
5/6
Other Areas
1993-1994
5/7
Bonnie Paquin – correspondence
1991-1994
5/8
Racism workshops research file
1998
5/9
Rapid City workshop – notes and materials
1994
5/10
Rego II – consultants
1995
5/11
RJS and Associates
1998-1999
6/1
Salish Kootenai College – correspondence
1997
6/2
Tribal Education Contractors Association
1993-1996
6/3
Working efficiently with tribes
1993-1995
6/4
Workshop advertising
1994-1995
6/5
Workshop materials
1989-1994
6/6
Workshop schedule – materials, personal notes
1994
6/7
Workshop schedule - Day 1
circa 1994
6/8
Workshop schedule - Day 2
circa 1994
6/9
Workshop schedule - Day 3
circa 1994
Subseries 2: Subject files
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains subject files Chapman used in support of her workshop. The subject files concern the Federal legislative process, lobbying, and files specifically dedicated to Native American issues.
1989-1998
Box/Folder
6/10
Anti–Indian organizations
undated
6/11
Appropriations – glossary of terms and departments
undated
6/12
Budget - 1995 priority ranking
1995
6/13
Budget information
1989-1995
6/14
Budget process
1995
6/15
Capitol Hill
undated
6/16
Committee on Natural Resources
1993
6/17
Congress – general information, structure committees pertinent to Indians press
1982-1990
6/18
105th Congress – press clippings, Dorsey Weekly
1997
7/1
Congress - structure
undated
7/2
Consultants
1980-1991
7/3
Effective Interaction – effectively working with Congress workshop materials
undated
7/4
Executive Branch
undated
7/5
Facilitation – materials from CERT training
undated
7/6
Follow up
undated
7/7
Four kinds of Legislation – workshop materials
undated
7/8
How a Bill Becomes Law
1995
7/9
Interpersonal communication with power figures notes
undated
7/10
Interviewing – sample
undated
7/11
Legislative cartoon
undated
7/12
Legislative information
circa 1992
7/13
Legislative packet
undated
7/14
Legislative process
undated
7/15
Letters - sample
1992
7/16
Letters to editors
undated
7/17
Lobbying - general
1989-1995
7/18
Lobbying by letter
undated
7/19
Lobbying by personal contact
1995 and undated
7/20
Lobbying by telephone
undated
7/21
Lobbying packet
1994-1995
7/22
Lobbying rules
Folder title: So You Want to be a Lobbyist
undated
7/23
Missoula County Indians Pat Williams election
1992
7/24
Montana Congressional delegation
undated
7/25
Montana delegation for Indian affairs
1991
7/26
Office of Management and Budget
1993
7/27
Once Upon a Time
undated
7/28
Protocol
1982-1994
7/29
Right to write
undated
7/30
SCIA - Senate Committee on Indian Affairs staff list
1995-1998
7/31
Terminology
undated
7/32
Testimony
1989-1991
7/33
Tracking tools
1993
7/34
Tribal budget and system process
1995
7/35
Tribal government – definition
undated

Series III:  Indian organizations, 1972-1999Return to Top

3.9 linear feet

This series contains materials related to Chapman’s work with the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), the Indian Headstart Program, and American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC). Chapman served as a reader for grant proposals submitted to the ANA and as an on-site reviewer for the Indian Headstart Program. Chapman also worked with the AIHEC to develop a database providing information for several Tribal colleges.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Subject files
1.4 linear feet
This subseries consists of subject files related to Chapman’s work with Native American organizations.
1972-1996
Box/Folder
7/36
Air – Clean Air Act
1994
7/37
Administration for Native Americans
1990-1994
8/1
Administration for Native Americans reader guidelines
1992-1994
8/2
Alaska
1986-1994
8/3
American Indian Caucus
1983
8/4
American Indian Movement
1975-1994
8/5
American Indian Policy Review
1977-1982
8/6
American Indian drug abuse - Indian Alcohol and Drug Program data
1986-1992
8/7
American Indian Religious Freedom Act - HR 1546 AIRFA Amendments
1978-1991
8/8
American Indian Sustainable Homelands
1992
8/9
Anti-Indian
1984-1993
8/10
Appropriations for 1994
1994
8/11
Appropriations – general
1992-1994
8/12
Appropriations – Impact on American Indians
1990-1993
8/13
Blackfeet
1992
9/1
Block grants
1981-1986
9/2
Brendale versus the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakima Indian Nation
1989
9/3
Budget
1977-1990
9/4
Reagan budgets
undated
9/5
Reconciliation – health care budget
1980, 1991
9/6
Buffy’s Song lyrics
undated
9/7
Bureau of Indian Affairs
1992-1994
9/8
Facilities management - Bureau of Indian Affairs
1990
9/9
Indian Business
1990-1992
9/10
Business - Indian Business Development Grants
1989, 1992
9/11
Child abuse
overnight hearing on Indian Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act
1991-1995
9/12
Child care
1990
9/13
Civil jurisdiction – Non-Indians
1989
9/14
Indian civil rights
1979-1991
9/15
Clean Water Act – tribal participation in Clean Water Act
1993-1995
9/16
Christopher Columbus
1991-1992
9/17
Commission on Reservation Economy – recommendations
undated
9/18
Community involvement – Administration for Native Americans
1993
9/19
98th Congress – congressional and legislative affair. Staff Report Dept. of Interior 1984 Indian Affairs Legislation enacted or considered
1984
9/20
99th Congress
1986-1987
9/21
101st Congress – Legislative Update, Personal Notes to Congressman Pat Williams regarding Indian Legislation; Bilss Stauts report (Indian) Accomplishments; Highlights, Civil Liberties in the 101st Congress summary of major legislation
1989-1990
9/22
103rd Congress – Directory, Legislative Update
1993
9/23
104th Congress – Dorsey Weekly, update on Indian Legislation
1996
9/24
Consultation – Indian Consultation participation in legislative process Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT)
1990-1991
10/1
Courts - Tribal Courts
1991
10/2
Courts - Tribal Judicial Conference – Discussion paper on the Creation of Tribal Judicial Conference
1992
10/3
Courts - Tribal Justice Act – memos, legislation notes
1991-1992
10/4
Crow and Creek schools.
1993
10/5
Cultural awareness position paper
undated
10/6
Indian cultural groups in North Dakota
1972
10/7
Dances with Wolves
1990-1993
10/8
Albert Duro – 11-13-90 news clippings – Resolution to all tribal jurisdictions over non-tribal members on Reservations etc.
1990-1991
10/9
Economic development
1989-1992
10/10-11
Education
1982-1993
10/12
ACTS - Association of Contract Tribal Schools
1986
10/13
Education - Indian adult education
1992
10/14
Education - National Indian Education Association
1990-1996
11/1
Indian and Native American Employment and Training Coalition
1982-1996
Subseries 2: American Indian Higher Education Consortium
0.6 linear feet
This subseries consists of notes, correspondence, and materials generated by Chapman concerning the creation of a database linking Tribal colleges.
1990-1996
Box/Folder
11/2
AIHEC - American Indian Higher Education Consotrium database
memos and data
1995
11/3-6
National Commission on Libraries and Information Services to Native Americans
1990-1992
12/1-3
National Commission on Libraries and Information Services to Native Americans (continued)
1990-1992
12/4
Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA)
1996
Subseries 3: Grants and Head Start reviews
1.9 linear feet
This subseries is an unprocessed group of materials created from Chapman’s work with Native American tribes as a grant reader for the ANA, as a consultant working to help Native American organizations create successful grants, and as a reviewer of Headstart Programs for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Folder names reflect titles from the original collection inventory.
1991-1999
Box
27
National Indian Health Board
Budget, Memos, FAX Communications
1996
27
Black Hills – Black Hills American Indian Center
1991-1996
27
Administration for Native Americans Panel reviewer information
undated
27
Loud Thunder International
Administration for Native Americans application by Loud Thunder International to fund the Montana Ojibwa Tribal Preservation project. The project purpose is cultural preservation through restoration of tribal status and restoration of relationship with American government; personal notes, memos, proposal.
undated
27
Echota Cherokee Administration for Native Americans application for grant to preserve native language – Application, memos responses.
undated
27
Montana Tribal Business Information Network
Administration for Native Americans proposal, memos, letters of support, personal notes.
undated
27
First American Resources and Services
Administration for Native Americans Proposal 1996 – Planning for urban Economic Self – Sufficiency – memos, personal notes, proposal
1996
28
American Indian Business leaders
Administration for Native Americans proposal, memos, personal notes review
undated
28
Haliwa – Sapori Indian Tribe
Administration for Native Americans proposal 1996, -memos, personal notes, review
undated
28
Pohatan Renape Nation
undated
28
North Plains Chemical Dependency
Administration for Native Americans proposal content outline 1996
1996
28
Native American Center - Great Falls
Administration for Native Americans proposal application memos
undated
28
National Jobs Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Conference Providence, Rhode Island
1997
28
Nurses Association
American Indian Nursing Summit notes for workshop
1997
28
In Care Network
Administration for Native Americans proposal, review
undated
28
Indian Vocational Education – Reviewer information 1995
undated
28
Head Start on-site review
1993-1995 program review materials, news clippings, memos, personal notes
undated
28
Head Start expansion
1998
29
Choctaw – Head Start Conference
on site program review materials
1995-1996
29
Conference Salish and Kootenai
on site program visit materials
undated
29
Creek
site review materials
1996
29
Kickapoo
Head Start on site review materials
1995
29
Muskogee
Creek nation information sheet; Head Start review
1996
29
Navajo
Head Start on site review materials
1995
29
Stone Container Corporation
undated
29
Three Affiliated Tribes
Head Start on site review materials
1995
29
Department of Education Vocational Education
Information about the technical review process for the Indian Vocational Education Program
1995
29
Dull Knife / Northern Cheyenne
regarding IRS assessment issued to Dull Knife Memorial College for period of non payment of FICA tax and resolution. Draft Letters, memorandum and supporting evidence
1991
30
Northern Cheyenne Head Start
consulting project to bring Northern Cheyenne Headstart Disabilities Component info compliance; correspondence; recommendations; Headstart program performance standards definition
undated
30
American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians Commission
miscellaneous papers, news clippings
undated
30
American Indian Business Leader
undated
30
American Business Leader grant application
undated
30
Indian and Active American Employment and Training Coalition
undated
31
National commission on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.
Housing correspondence, memorandums
undated
31
Report and labor statistics
1992

Series IV:  City of Missoula and Missoula County, 1992-1997Return to Top

0.1 linear feet

This series contains flyers, reports, and correspondence related to Chapman’s work with the City of Missoula and Missoula. Specifically, materials in this series relate to Chapman’s work to address health, environmental, and Native American issues.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/5
Advisory Council
1995
12/6
Benchmarks
1996
12/7
Crime
1994
12/8
Food handling
1994-1996
12/9
Growth
1997
12/10
Healthy Profile Task Force
1994
12/11
Immunization
undated
12/12
Infectious diseases
1994-1995
12/13
Maternal and child health
undated
12/14
Medicaid
undated
12/15
Medical negligence
1995
12/16
Missoula County Health Department Mission Statement
1996
12/17
Nursing home reform
1992

Series V:  Democratic Party, 1982-1997Return to Top

2.2 linear feet

This series contains materials related to Chapman’s work as a delegate to the 1996 Democratic National Convention and the get out the vote effort lead by the Montana Alliance for Progressive Policy. This series consists primarily of subject files related specific political issues and voter registration.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/1
Max Baucus correspondence
1991
13/2
Canvassing – George McGovern and Sargent Schriver
1972
13/3
Jimmy Carter – Indians
1978-1988
13/4
Chicago – Democratic National Convention
1996
13/5
Frank Church
1976
13/6-7
Bill Clinton - general
1995 State of the Union notes, acceptance speech from the 1992 Democratic National Convention, talking points, position papers
1992-1996
13/8
Bill Clinton – Billings meeting
1995
13/9
Bill Clinton Discovers the Indian Vote
1992
13/10
Bill Clinton – Gaming
undated
13/11
Bill Clinton 1993 inauguration
1992-1993
13/12
Bill Clinton 1997 inauguration
1997
14/1
Bill Clinton transition
1993 transition to Clinton Administration by tribal organizations, position papers
1992-1993
14/2
Coordinated Campaign
Montana Democratic Party campaign plans
1995
14/3
Coordinated Campaign for Indian voters
1996
14/4
Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT) political empowerment
1994
14/5
Crow – 1992 election
1992
14/6
Ada Deer – Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs
1993
14/7
Delegates
Native American delegates to 1988 Democratic National Convention
1988
14/8
Democratic National Committee
1989-1996
14/9
Democratic National Convention
1992
14/10
Democratic National Convention – Indian issues
1992
14/11
Democratic National platform
1976-1992
14/12
Democratic Party
1980-1996
14/13
Democratic Party Indian platform
1992
15/1
Democratic Party Montana
1983-1994
15/2
Democratic Party Montana - Indian platform
1994
15/3-4
Democratic Party Montana platform
1980-1996
15/5
Discover the Indian Vote (DIV) – Montana Handout
1992
15/6
Bob Dole
1996
15/7
Dorgan – news clipping
15/8
Michael Dukakis – Indians
1988
15/9
Larry Echohawk – 1990 campaign information and news clippings
1990-1992
15/10
Election data - Montana
1988
15/11
Election judges – Missoula
1994
15/12
Elections
1990
15/13
Emily’s List
1989
15/14
Forms – Montana Alliance for Progressive Policy
1992
15/15
Flathead – Flathead Reservation voter registration
1992
15/16
Fort Peck – voter registration
1992
15/17
Fort Belknap – voter registration
1992
15/18
Fund Raising – Democratic National Convention, Spokane Tribe
1996
15/19
Barry Goldwater
1983
15/20
Jesse Jackson
1984-1988
16/1
Emery Keoke
1974-1987
16/2
Tom Katus
1977-1990
16/3
Listening Conference – tribal leaders
1994
16/4
Ron Marlenee – information, newsletters
1989-1992
16/5
George McGovern – crisis letter
1974
16/6
Media – use of media
circa 1994
16/7
Montana Delegation Selection Convention
1996
16/8
National Indian Deomcrats
1984-1991
16/9
Native Action's Proposal – Montana Indian voter Education Project
1994
16/10
Native Americans for Bill Clinton and Al Gore
1992
16/11
Indian political empowerment
1992
16/12
Ronald Reagan – Indians
1983-1988
16/13
Redistricting – reapportionment
1994
16/14
Republicans – notes and platforms
1980-1996
16/15
Sovereignty
1990-1993
16/16
Standing Rock – news clippings, memos
circa 1988
17/1
Success – record of legislative successes
1981-1987
17/2
Supreme Court decision
1983
17/3
Sweet Grass Hills
Religious and cultural significance, Bureau of Land Management mining proposals
1995-1996
17/4
Taxes - tribal taxation of non Indians
1981-1982
17/5
Tax Credits – Indian Employment opportunity
1992
17/6
Tax - non-Indians
1981-1982
17/7
Title XX – Social Services Block Grant
1991-1992
17/8
Treaties – news clippings, memos, reports, Hellgate Treaty
1987
17/9
Trust – policy paper
1979-1990
17/10
Trust fund management
1991-1994
17/11
Udall – news clipping
undated
17/12
Vocational rehabilitation
grants 1987, list of vocational rehabilitation grant readers, Rehabilitation Act of 1973, amendments 1984, memos, white papers, study of Special Problems and Needs of American Indians with handicaps on and off the Reservations 1987
1987
17/13
Water Rights
Criteria and Procedures – Federal register notice, personal notes, letters, position papers, report – western water, Federal and Indian rights
1990-1994
17/14
James Watt - letter to Editor, Washington Post
September 1982
17/15
Welfare
Welfare reform and Indian country position papers, 1995, news articles, personal notes, tribes plans
1995-1996
17/16
Women - Native American women counselors
1993
18/1
Wounded Knee – news clippings, historical file
1990-1993
18/2
Yakima Nation
Impact Aid, School Construction for Indian People, Yakima County right to tax lands owned by individual tribal members and the tribes
1990
18/3
Year of the American Indian
Resolution to proclaim year of American Indian
1992
18/4
Youth
1991

Series VI:  Subject files, 1963-1999Return to Top

2.8 linear feet

This series consists of clippings and correspondence organized according to subject. It is divided into two subseries: General subject files and Native American subject files.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: General subject files
1.0 linear feet
This subseries consists of files reflecting Chapman’s political work, both during and after her years as an assistant to Pat Williams. Files consisting entirely of unannotated clippings or publications were removed from this subseries.
1963-1999
Box/Folder
18/5-6
Assertiveness workshop
correspondence, training materials, news clippings, personal notes, Montana Assertive Collective for Women
1974-1976
18/7
American Civil Liberties Union
letter regarding Reapportionment Commission’s decision to fragment Blackfeet and Flathead tribes
1992
18/8
Dave Barry – clippings
1990-1992
18/9
Career education – career development curriculum
1972
18/10
Child care
Child Care and Development Black Grant, 1990; childcare provisions in budget reconciliation; news clippings
1990
18/11
Child labor
1992
18/12
Church and state
1988-1990
18/13
Counseling
circa 1975, 1993-1994
18/14
Defense and education
1982
18/15
Discussion materials
1972
18/16
Energy speech
undated
18/17
Environment
undated
19/1
FMLA - Family Medical Leave Act
1993
19/2
Federal role in education
NEA policy paper, Department of Education papers
1981
19/3
Human Rights
1993-1996
19/4
Integrated studies
interview with Jack Barden, University of North Dakota
undated
19/5
Japan
1970-1996
19/6
Japan Club
1994-1997
19/7
Japan - Mansfield Center
1983-1991
19/8
Martin Luther King
1986-1991
19/9
Managed care – personal notes
undated
19/10
National Endowment for the Arts – letters to the editor
1993
19/11
Parliamentary procedures
undated
19/12
Peace
1963-1996
20/1-2
Peace (continued)
1963-1997
20/3
Michael Saba
1984-1986
Box
26
James Watt on Indian issues, 1983
Cassette tape. Topic very similar to a United Press Interational (UPI) article published on the same date by the New York Times.
January 19, 1983
26
James Watt on Indian issues, 1983 (use copy)
January 19, 1983
Box/Folder
20/4
Woodstock
1994
Subseries 2: Native American subject files
1.8 linear feet
This subseries consists of files reflecting Chapman’s political work, both during and after her years as an assistant to Pat Williams. Files consisting entirely of unannotated clippings or publications were removed from this subseries.
1982-1995
Box/Folder
20/5
Administration for Native Americans - funds for 1997
1996-1997
20/6
Administration for Native Americans - training and technical assistance
Title on folder: ANA T and TA
1996
20/7
Bureau of Indian Affairs reorganization
1992 – 1994
21/1-2
Bureau of Indian Affairs school review
1997-1998
21/3
CDBG (Community Development Block Grants)
1983
21/4
CAP - Congressional Advocacy Planners – Drafting Federal Law
1994
21/5
Contacts - Missoula Indian Center
1990-1997
21/6
Contacts - Tribal leaders list
1995
21/7
Contacts - ATNI (Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians)
1996
21/8
Council of Energy Resource Tribes
1994
21/9
Department of Commerce – telecommunications
1995
22/1
Lucille Echohawk – Council of Energy Resource Tribes managers
1993-1994
22/2
Environmental Protection Agency conference
1996
22/3
First nations – correspondence
1994
22/4
Housing and Urban Development drug elimination program
1997
22/5
Housing – Indian housing issues
1989-1992
22/6
Indian Peoples Action
1997
22/7
Indians – general
1975-1996
22/8
Iroquois
undated
22/9
JTPA (Job Training Partnership Act)
1995-1996
22/10
Jurisdiction – state and Indian jurisdictions
1978-1990
22/11
Justice – notes regarding Tribal Justice Act
1998
22/12
Law – Supreme Court and Indian law
circa 1991
23/1
Law Enforcement
Bureau of Indian Affairs brutality news clippings, notes
1993
23/2
Library – tribal colleges and serving Native Americans
undated
23/3
Little Bighorn – legislation for memorial
1990
23/4
Miscellaneous
1986-1992
23/5
Miskito Indians of Nicaragua – letter for Pat Williams to President Carter
1989
23/6
Montana - Indians
1983-1994
23/7
Montana trips – Pat Williams
1979-1989
23/8
National Commission of Native Governments
A Bill recognizing native governments, edited by Judi Chapman
1992
23/9
National Congress of American Indians
1991-1996
23/10
National Indian Policy Center
Draft Bill establishing National Indian Policy Center and supporting organizational documents 1991
1991-1993
23/11
National Museum of American Indians
1990-1992
23/12
Native America Grave Protection and Repatriation Act
1989-1990
23/13
North American Free Trade Agreement
1993
23/14
Nuclear Waste
1993
23/15
Oil theft
1989
23/16
Oliphant versus Suquamish tribe
1978-1980
23/17
Pesticides
Title VI and Indian Tribes and authority regarding regulation of pesticides
1996
23/18
Phelps – Stokes Fund
1985
24/1
Policy
1984-1992
24/2
Preference – Employment of Native Americans
1986-1990
24/3
Racism – Indians
1982-1990
24/4
Racism - Indian response to racism
1990
24/5
Religion – Indian religious freedom and environment education
1979-1993
24/6
Rocky Boy
1987-1997
24/7
Safety of dams
1990
24/8
Salish – Kootenai Tribes
1989-1992
24/9-10
Self-determination
1987-1993
25/1
Self–governance
1991-1993
25/2
Self governance / 638 comparison
1993
25/3
Self governance - 638 regulations
1990-1993

Series VII:  Mountain-Plains Education and Economic Development Program, 1972-1973Return to Top

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This series contains materials related to Chapman’s work as Senior Instructor of Educational and Social Services with the Mountain-Plains Education and Economic Development Program, based on Glasgow Air Force Base in Glasgow, Montana. The program was based on a model of “family oriented career education,” which was intended to improve vocational education for disadvantaged families by providing educational, financial, and social support through an on-site training program. Materials in this series include training and educational materials used in the program, much of which Chapman authored, correspondence, and notes.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
25-26
Mountain-Plains Education and Economic Development Program
1972-1973

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Havasupai Indians.
  • Indians of North America--Arizona.
  • Indians of North America--Government relations--1934-
  • Indians of North America--Montana.
  • Lobbying--United States.
  • Siksika Indians.
  • Vocational education--West (U.S.)
  • Women--Political activity--Montana.
  • Personal Names :
  • Chapman, Judi, 1941-2000
  • Williams, Pat, 1937-
  • Corporate Names :
  • Democratic Party (U.S.)
  • United States. Congress. House.
  • aUniversity of Montana--Missoula--Alumni and alumnae.
  • Missoula City-County Health Dept.
  • Mountain-Plains Education and Economic Development Program.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana.
  • Havasupai Tribe of the Havasupai Reservation, Arizona.
  • Montana--Politics and government--20th century.
  • United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.
  • United States--Politics and government--1989-1993.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Sound recordings
  • Occupations :
  • aWomen political consultants--United States.
  • Lobbyists--United States.
  • Women political activists--United States.