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Verne Dusenberry Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Verne Dusenberry Papers provide a rich source of material about the Montana and Northern Plains Indians, in particular the Chippewa Cree (a.k.a./Metis, Landless Indians, Rocky Boy). They also offer some insights into the formative years of the Montana Institute of the Arts and Montana and Western authors of the 1950's and early 1960's. The materials consist of letters, personal papers, research work, and manuscripts collected or created by Verne Dusenberry. The papers also include teaching outlines, classroom aids, exams, and public addresses. The topics cover life ways, material culture, history, language, legends, religion including the Sun Dance and Peyote Cult, reservation concerns, land claims, and literature.
 
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Montana Study Research Collection

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Montana Study was a sociological project, conducted by the University of Montana under funds provided by the Rockefeller Foundation. Records include correspondence (1943-1954), conference materials, local study group records, minutes, reports, speeches and writings, and miscellany. [Photocopies of records at various institutions.]
 
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Richard B. Roeder Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Richard B. Roeder Papers consist of notes taken as a student; personal, research, and business correspondence; teaching files; subject research files; Roeder articles and papers; bibliographies; lecture and conference tapes; and all the notes, readings, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and general information associated with the 1972 constitutional convention. Roeder's interest in Montana history is reflected in his more extensive research on agriculture, early territorial history, women, homesteading, Indians, transportation, and lakes. The papers also include many notes taken from Montana newspapers during the territorial and early statehood period covering such topics as Gibson, politics and Montana's constitution. Roeder's own experience with constitutional issues from the 1970s compliments these early historical references and many of the clippings date from this period as well.

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