The University of Montana Department of Native American Studies Records, 1921-2003  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
University of Montana. Department of Native American Studies
Title
The University of Montana Department of Native American Studies Records
Dates
1921-2003 (inclusive)
Quantity
12.5 linear feet
Collection Number
RG 85
Summary
The collection from the Department of Native American Studies contains material related to Native American organizations, legislation, tribes, education and the Native American Studies program at The University of Montana-Missoula.
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
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Native American Studies (NAS) Program began in the summer of 1970. It was founded with the intention “to promote better understanding between the native peoples of this country and all peoples,” and to “develop and foster understanding and acceptance of the Indian/Non-Indian relationships.” Henrietta Whiteman was the first full time program director. NAS supports community and university Native American projects and organizations, such as the Native American Cultural Institute, the Qua Qui and the Missoula Indian Alcohol and Drug Services, Upward Bound, the Kyi-Yo Indian Club, and the Indian Law Clinic.

In March 1999, the State Board of Regents voted to change Native American Studies from program status to department status. NAS graduated its first majors as a Department in May 1999, though it had graduated majors the previous three years as a program.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection primarily consists of subject files collected by the department and related to Native American organizations, legislation, tribes, education and the Native American Studies program at the University of Montana. The legislative information and acts pertain to Native American public education and social welfare. Included in the collection papers are university publications, course handouts, elementary and high school workshop and lesson plans, curriculums and philosophies of Native American education. Non-educational material consists of information on Native American languages, bibliographies, information and lectures from conferences and symposiums, and academic and informal papers addressing Native American empowerment. Also included is information pertaining to higher education such as graduate and professional program papers, program proposals, information particularly for Native Americans in other career fields, and NAS programs at other universities. Most material dates from 1962 to 1997.

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 to some materials in this collection may be held by The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], The University of Montana Department of Native American Studies Records, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The collection is divided into two series:

Series I: Subject Files, 11.5 linear ft., 1921-2003

Subseries 1: Organizations

Subseries 2: Government / Legislation

Subseries 3: Tribes

Subseries 4: Education

Subseries 5: Miscellaneous

Series II: Department Records, 1 linear ft., 1977-1997

Acquisition Information

The bulk of this collection was transferred to the Archives by the Native American Studies Department in June of 2004.Several items were also transferred int he summer of 2013.

Processing Note

Folders in this collection have been maintained in the order in which they were received. Series and subseries, as well as many folder dates, have been designated by the processor to assist researchers.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Subject Files, 1921-2003Return to Top

11.5 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Organizations
Box/Folder
1/1
American Indian Institute, Discussion paper concerning the Shared Goals of the American Indian Institute and the Montana University System
1975
1/2
Aboriginal Cornucopia, lists of books on N.A.I. [Native American Institute] and regulations of Indian Dancing
1921 and undated
1/3
Address to School Administrators by Dorrance Steele, address N.A. I. to meet needs
1974
1/15
Indian Student Leadership Conference
1969
2/32
National Science Teachers Association, Energy: Soft heard
undated
5/31
National Indian Education Association
1976
5/40
National Education Association Memorandum
1976
6/41
MUIA By-Laws
undated
6/44
University of Montana Native American Studies Program
1977
6/46
A.I.M [The American Indian Movement]
undated
7/2
NCAI [National Congress of American Indians]
1975 and undated
7/15
NIEA [National Indian Education Association], 28th Annual Call to Convention
1997
11/33
4th Annual Tribal Higher Education Contractors
1989
12/9
Montana Alliance for Progressive Policy
1991
12/10
MIEA (Montana Indian Education Association)
1991
12/11
MIEA (Montana Indian Education Association)
1992
12/18
Eighth Annual Kyi-yo Conference Welcome Address
1976
12/19
Senator Edward Kennedy Kyi-yo Conference
1970
13/1
XLI International Congress of Americanists
1974
13/2
First Annual Kyi-yo Health Club Conference Welcome Address
1974
14/15
Native American Cultural Institute
1977-1978
14/20
NACI (Native American Cultural Institute) Final Report
1975
17/3
AADSAS (American Association of Dental Schools Application Services) Information and Application
1977
19/3
Public Health Service Act, 90th Congress HR 6418
1967
19/4
Public Health Service Act, 89thCongress
1966
19/9
WAMI (Washington, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho) Program
1975-1976
19/12
Native American Cultural Institute, Establishment of goals and Objectives for Indian Education
undated
19/13
Hill Foundation, Documentation for Faculty Senate Committee
1973-1974
23/1
Public Law 95-608, Indian Child Welfare Act
1977-1978
23/3
Indian Child Welfare Act
1977
23/6
International Congress of Americanists
1975
23/7
North American Indian Conference on Aging
1975 and 1977
23/29
Sights for Already Sore Eyes From the newspaper ABC (Americans Before Columbus)
undated
23/32
Sovereign Native Women's Conference
undated
23/39
NAACP Report on Minority Testing
1976
23/40
International NGO Conference on Discrimination Against Indigenous Populations in America's
1977
24/21
NACI (National American Cultural Institute) Final Report
1975
24/22
Community Crime Prevention Task Force
1974
24/31
National Congress of American Indians
1959
25/3
League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations
1992
25/29
Amnesty International Human Rights and American Indians
1992
25/30
National Conference of Christians and Jews
1991
25/33
Winds of Changes, AISES (American Indian Science and Engineering Society) 14th Annual Conference Edition
1992
Subseries 2: Government/Legislation
Box/Folder
2/25
Billings Area Statistics
1973
2/26
Cabin Creek Proposal
1975
2/27
Capital Requirements in Western States
1975
2/28
Coal Lease Lawsuits
1975 and undated
2/29
East Poplar River Memorandum
1975
3/12
Indian Water Rights Vs. District Court Memorandum
1971
3/13
International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada Annual Report
1974-1975
3/14
Indian Extension Land use statewide
1974-1975
4/12
Montana Supplements to the School Laws
1972
4/16
House of Representatives Education Committee, 44th session
1975-1977
4/17
American Indian Religious Freedom, Laws of the 95th Congress
1978 and 1979
4/24
The Bilingual Act Education Amendments of 1978
1979
4/31
U.S. Census, As it Relates to the Native American Region 8
1974
5/6
Evaluation Sheet for USOE/Office of Indian Education Part b. title 4
undated
5/7
From the Children's Foundation-on the new School lunch law
undated
5/8
Federal Funding File, Health and Rehabilitation Services
undated
5/9
Federal Impact Aid 874 Education
undated
5/10
Federal Laws which authorize assistance
1917-1966
5/12
Forms to be used in developing a Federal program
undated
5/18
The Indian Education Act 1972
1976
5/21
HEW Indian Education Act, Part C
1977
5/25
Indian Self- Determination and education Assistance Act
1975 and undated
5/26
Indian Studies Guidelines Title IV of Civil Rights Act
undated
5/27
Indian Self-Determination Assistance Act, Pl 93-638
1975
5/39
Montana, Supplements to the School Law
1973
6/1
Policy On Indian Education, Joint and Concurrent Resolution
1967-1971
6/2
Indian Studies, Board of Public Education in Montana
1973-2003
6/6
Public Law 81-815, "School Facilities Construction Act"
1950
11/1
House Concurrent Resolution 108
1961 and undated
11/14
Bureau of the Census Statistical Brief
1995
11/15
Title IX Indian Education, Missoulian Article
1997
11/16
Article 97, Fee Waiver Works
1997
11/18
Article 97, Sales Tax on Indian Land Protest
1997
11/19
Article 97, Native Am Students Need Culture
1997
11/36
Testimony presented to the House of Representatives at Missoula by Joe McDonald
1988
12/1
Title VII Education Personnel Training Grant
1992
14/8
Statement of Senator James Abourezk, Review legislative Accomplishments & plans 95th Congress
undated
14/23
Montana Code Title & Allocation Tables, Montana Legislative Council
1975
16/1
Public Law 94-437 94th Congress S.522, Improving Services and Facilities of Federal Indian Health programs
1976
16/2
Public Law 874, Titles I And III
1970
16/3
Public Law 815, Construction of school facilities/areas affected by Federal Activities
1970
16/4
Public Law 815, Summary of School Facilities Construction Act
1950
16/5
Proposed Rules, Indian Elementary and Secondary School Assistance Act, HEW (Department of Health, Education and Welfare)
1973
16/6
Revised Codes of Montana, HJR 60
1947
16/12
Wheeler Howard Act
1934
16/20
Taxation of Indian's Income, 67-284 Revenue Ruling
1967
16/21
Supreme Court of the United States
1974
16/23
Title 1 for Indian Children Fact Sheet
undated
16/24
Title III Elementary-Secondary Education Act Operation Understanding
1970-1971
16/25
Title IV - Indian Education
1950
16/26
Title IV - Part B
undated
16/27
Title VII - Emergency School Aid
undated
16/28
Title IX - Ethnic Heritage Program
undated
16/32
Senate Joint Resolution 17, Article X, Montana State Constitution
1974
16/33
Supplement to the Schools Laws of Montana
1973
23/9
Public Law 93-580, American Indian Policy Review Commission
1975
23/10
Revised Codes of Montana
1947
23/8
Political Campaign Reporting Practices
undated
23/11
State Commission on Local Government
1975
23/12
Montana Rules and Regulations for Candidates and Political
1975-1976
23/36
Public Law 94-437, Indian Health Care Improvement Act
1976
23/37
Racism In America-How to combat it., US Commission on Civil Rights
1970
24/7
Civil Rights, Montana Commission Workshop - Title 4, Indian Education Act
1975-1976
24/8
Civil Rights Update, Commission Calls for Extending and Strengthening Voting Rights
1981
24/11
House Bill 343, Requiring American Indian Studies to be part of Public
1973
24/12
Indian Culture Master Plan, House Joint Resolution 60 - House Bill 343
1974-1975
24/13
Indian Studies Law Criteria, Indian Education Act
1972
24/18
LC2294- Legislative Assembly
undated
24/23
Correspondence, Legislative Alternative Recommendations for Committee consideration
1973-1976
24/9
Affirmative Action Officers, Human Rights Bureau
1976
24/25
Economic Development for Indians Committee, US Congress
1970
24/27
House Joint Resolution 60, Montana
1972
25/11
Revised Codes of Montana
1947
25/25
Religious Freedom and the Protection of Native American Places of Worship and Cemeteries
1977
Subseries 3: Tribes
Box/Folder
1/5
Band Analysis System of Budget and funding, Tribal Priorities given
undated
1/14
Houses of Native Americans, A Proposal
undated
1/16
Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes
1974
1/17
Constitution and Bylaws of the Flathead Reservation
1936, 1960 and undated
1/19
Salish and Kootenai Tribal Constitution
1935-1960 and undated
1/20
Constitution and Bylaws of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes at Fort Peck Reservation
undated
1/21
Constitution of the Crow Tribal Council
1966
1/22
Plant Taxonomy Salish & Kootenai
1971
1/23
Flathead Reservation, Montana
undated
1/25
Blackfeet Language Survey
1979
1/26
Blackfeet Tribe Constitution and Information
1887-1968 and undated
1/27
California Indians Biography
1962
2/1
Constiution and Bylaws of the Fort Belknap Reservation
1935-1976
2/2
Rocky Boy's Arrow and Spike Association, Inc.
1980
2/3
Rosebud Indian Reservation transitional Housing Experiment Report
1968
2/4
Chippewa Cree Tribe (lesson plan)
1981 and undated
2/5
Chippewa Cree, Lifecycle (lesson plan)
undated
2/6
Chippewa Cree, the Tipi (lesson plan)
undated
2/7
Chippewa Cree, Economy, animal uses (lesson plan)
undated
2/8
Chippewa Cree, Social Sciences concepts and values (lesson plan)
undated
2/9
Chippewa Cree, Syllabic Characters
undated
2/10
Chippewa Cree, Manufacturing (lesson plan)
undated
2/11
Chippewa Cree, transportation (lesson plan)
undated
2/12
Chippewa Cree, food (lesson plan)
undated
2/13
Chippewa Cree, Clothing (lesson plan)
undated
2/14
Kiowa, Booklet
undated
2/15
Tribal Constitution Northern Cheyenne Research Project
1977
2/16
Northern Cheyenne Tribal Constitution
1934-1977
2/17
Northern Cheyenne Follow Through Project
undated
2/18
Corporate Charter of Northern Cheyenne Tongue River Reservation
1934-1936
2/19
The Rocky Boy Reservation
1974
2/20
The Southern Cheyenne, Booklet
undated
2/21
Assiniboine and Sioux Constitution and Bylaws
1974 and undated
2/22
Menominee Restoration Act Rectify the Effect of Termination
1972-1975 and undated
2/30
Crow Reservation Energy Development
1977
3/3
Crow Reservation Coal Lease
undated
3/5
Federal Coal Strip Act, Crow Tribe Taxation Code
1975 and undated
3/7
Flathead Drainage 208 Project
1975
4/6
Rocky Boy's Reservation- Tribal Government School Dist. #87
1973
5/3
Browning People Create an Indian Free School
undated
6/3
Tribal Law and Policy Institute, The Justice System and Indian Crime
1997
6/4
Tribal Sovereignty Issues, Government to Government Relations with Indian Tribes
1995
6/7
Cheyenne Language Lesson: Colors
undated
6/8
Cheyenne Language Lesson: nouns, verbs, counting
undated
6/9
Cheyenne Language Lesson: Lessons I-IV
undated
6/10
Handbook to the Cheyenne Language
undated
6/11
EESTSE-VOHOESTOTSE Vehestotse, Northern Cheyenne Bilingual Education Program
undated
6/12
Holy Stories of the Cheyenne, Legend of Sweet Medicine
undated
6/13
Words of Hiamovi, High Chief
undated
6/14
The First White Man
undated
6/15
Aspects of Culture
undated
6/16
Cheyenne Circle of Knowledge
undated
6/17
Cheyenne, Early Childhood Teachings
undated
6/18
Suggested Essay Topics, Cheyenne Language & Culture
undated
6/19
Criteria Determining Cheyenne Tribal Identity
undated
6/20
Cheyenne Alphabet
undated
6/21
The Soul of the Indian
undated
6/22
Sacred Hat is Moved
undated
6/23
Cheyenne Life Journey
undated
6/24
Overview of Native American Tribes and Languages
undated
6/25
Prayers in Cheyenne
undated
6/26
Amended Constitution and By-Laws Northern of the Cheyenne Indian Reservation
undated
6/27
Miscellaneous Handouts, How the stick game is played
undated
6/28
Constitution and By-Laws Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma
undated
6/29
White Wolfe
undated
6/30
Cheyenne, Whoeniv-The Morning Star
undated
6/31
Cheyenne Social Structure
undated
6/32
Cheyenne Sounds
undated
6/33
Amended Constitution, Northern Cheyenne
undated
6/34
Map Showing the Indian Reservations in 1874
undated
6/35
Map of Montana Indian Reservations
undated
6/36
Northern Cheyenne, Reservation
undated
6/37
Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Map
undated
6/38
PAPEPOOH: The Cheyenne Alphabet, Vowels, Stops, Nasals, Fricatives
undated
6/39
Pronunciation Guide
undated
6/42
National Coalition to Support Indian Treaties
1977, 1979 and undated
6/43
Seattle Indian Center
7/16
Fort Peck Reservation Information
1996-1997
7/20
Recognized Tribal Entities
1994
9/12
Do Bananas Telephone? Language processes of young Sioux children
undated
9/27
The Canadian Indian Historical Information
undated
9/28
Canada's Northern Frontier "Our Land, Our Life", Indian nation fights for survival on Canada's Northern frontier
undated
9/30
Handgame of the Kiowa, Kiowa-Apache and Comanche
1963 and undated
10/1
Cultural Identity of the Indian and Eskimo People, Selected Speeches by Ministers of Indian Affairs
1967
10/3
BlackFeet Reservation
undated
10/16
The History of America Began With Us by Gran Tecolate of the Lenni Lenape Nation
undated
10/17
History of Turtle Mountain Band/Chippewa Indians by Aun nish e naubay (Patrick Gourneau)
undated
10/19
Ka-Ka-Qwa-Pee-Wisk Memoirs
undated
10/23
California Indian Population, Selected Social & Economic Characteristics
1970
10/26
Task Force Hearing Little Shell Band of MT in Olympia, WA
1976
10/27
Fort Belknap Reservation, Brief History
1974
10/29
Map and historical information: Indian Reservations of Montana
undated
10/37
A condensed History of the Navajo, Compiled by Carl H. Cords
undated
11/12
Flathead Reservation History
1996
11/28
Navajo Bilingual-Bicultural Curriculum
undated
13/4
Commencement Address North Cheyenne Reservation
1974
14/10
English-Dakota Dictionary
1989
14/13
Edward Red Hat, Cheyenne Arrow Keeper
1977
14/14
Northern and Southern Cheyenne Chiefs and Warrior Societies Conference
1973
14/16
Resources About Specific Nations
undated
14/25
Northern Cheyenne, "Indians, Coal & Big Sky"
1974
15/1
Cheyenne Prayer "The Lord's Prayer"
1983
15/2
Cheyenne Language prepared by Wayne Leman, Linguistics Experimental
1975
15/8
Student Activists: the Navajo way By Stan Steiner July
1969
15/16
Unit-Religion Chippewa Cree Title 4 Indian Education Program
undated
15/17
Orientation to Montana Indian Tribes for the Indian Culture Master Plan
1978
25/23
Blood Clot Boy Doings Written in Dakota by David Grey Cloud
undated
25/24
Chief Seattle's Challenge
undated
Subseries 4: Education
Box/Folder
1/8
Contemporary Thought on Indian Education in South Dakota
1973
1/13
History of Haskell Institute
undated
1/24
Boarding School Eligibility, Bureau of Indian Affairs
1975
2/31
University of Oklahoma Energy Institute
1978
4/1
Montana's Involvement In the Johnson O'Malley Program, Current Conditions and Trends
1974
4/2
Johnson O'Malley Program, 25 CFR Part 33
1972 and 1974
4/3
Johnson O'Malley Program Johnson O'Malley Act and History
1974
4/4
Johnson O'Malley Program Revision #10
Oct. 1, 1972
4/5
Johnson O'Malley Program, Title 25- Indians
1974
4/7
The Law, Indians and Educations
1972
4/8
Legislative Analysis of the Federal Role in Indian Education
1975
4/9
Montana Indian Student Enrollment
1975 and 1976
4/10
Standards for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Multicultural Education
1979
4/11
Montana Educational Assessment Program
1976
4/13
Montana Teacher Aides Comparison Survey Results
1972
4/14
"No One Model American", an article on multicultural education
undated
4/15
Indian Education by Raymond Carlisle
undated
4/18
Fact sheet-BIA Special Education Line Item Appropriations
undated
4/19
Rules and Regulations of U of S.D.
undated
4/20
American Indian Policy and Review Committee, Final Report Task Force #5 Indian Education
1976
4/21
Guide to OE-Administered Programs
1977
4/23
American Education-Indian Power
1974
4/25
Northern Cheyenne Bilingual Education Program, Dan Alford
1973
4/26
Guidelines for Teaching Concepts of Fairness, Justice, and Democracy in BIA and Tribal Contract Schools
1975
4/27
The Beauty Way & Missionary Way Paper #3, An Educational Comparison
1978
4/28
Application for local Education Grants Under the Emergency School Aid Act
1976
4/30
Bilingual Education, Eighth Annual Education Seattle
1979
5/1
Cherokee Project- Program for children with learning disabilities
1972
5/2
Curricula Materials, Education, Simulations Games
undated
5/4
Eight Problems In Indian Education by Alonzo Spang
1974
5/5
Department H.E.W. [Health, Education and Welfare] letter
1977
5/15
H.E.W. News
1977
5/16
A Holistic Educational Philosophy
1978
5/17
Suggested Model for Cross-Cultural Goals Change (a)
undated
5/20
Indian Education Bureau Of Indian Affairs, Concerted Effort Needed to Improve Indian Education
1977
5/22
"Indian educators as a catalyst for Political Reform" by Robert Burnette
1972
5/23
Indian Education A special report National Advisory Council on Vocational Education
1973
5/24
Indian & Northern Education Program, University of Saskatchewan
undated
5/28
Instruction For Completing Application, Department HEW Indian Education
1975
5/29
In-service teacher Education concepts Project, Report 1 "Issues to Face"
1976
5/30
National Center for Career Education
1976
5/32
The National Study of American Indian Education
1970
5/33
The National Study of American Indian Education
1970
5/34
The Law, Indians, and Education
1972
5/35
Office of Indian Education, Education Convocation on Indian Education
1977
5/36
Office of Education Report, Daily News Digest, Education Conflicts
1975
5/37
The Responsive Educational Program, Far West Laboratory for Education Research and Development
1973
5/38
Office of Education Program Service
1976
7/3
Language in American Indian Education
1971
7/5
Assessing Teaching Styles in Indian Education
1980-1988 and undated
7/6
Cooperative Learning and the Native American Student
1989, 1991 and undated
7/7
Kamensky, Mary, Cultural Diversity Workshops
1991-1997 and undated
7/8
Montana High School Enrollment
1990-1993
8/3
"The Role of a Tribal College" by Hans P. Zaglauer
1991
8/4
Problems In Indian Education Exercise
undated
8/5
Possible Projects or Research Topics About Indians
undated
8/6
Questions to Consider in Seminars
undated
8/7
Reading List, Indians & Education
undated
8/8
A mother to a teacher, Respect My Child: He has a right to be himself
undated
8/9
So you want to Improve Your School? Here's some ideas from Colville's Project!
undated
8/10
Is this what schools are for ? by Kathryn Johnston Noyes & Gordon L. McAndrew
undated
8/11
The Indian Awareness Inventory Directions and Resources for usage
undated
8/12
Indian Education, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
1967
8/13
Montana Teacher Aid Comparison Survey Results
1972
8/14
Multicultural Materials
1978
8/16
Suggested projects or Research topics on Indians
undated
8/19
Home Economics Education
1971-1972
8/20
Ideas RE: Science Interest & Motivation, Education Briefing Paper
undated
8/21
Education Briefing Paper, Cooperative Education
1975
8/22
Education Briefing Paper, Bilingual Education
1975
8/23
Educators of Native Americans
1976
8/24
Evaluation, Integration and Selection of Indian Studies Material by McClusky
undated
8/25
Examples of Institutional Racism in Education
undated
8/26
Examples of Key Concerns
undated
8/27
The Executive Director Speaks Out, Coalition of Indian-Controlled School Boards
undated
8/28
General Criteria for Evaluating Textbooks
1976
8/29
To Help, Not To Homogenize Native American Children
1974
8/30
In Defense of Open Admission
1970
8/31
Indian College Enrollment
1972 and undated
8/33
Indian Schools, Regimented Non-Education
1969
8/34
Indian Parent Involvement in Education
1972
8/36
The Indian Student is NOT Low Man on The Totem Pole by Madison Coombs
1970
8/38
Integrity Before Education
undated
8/39
Possible Determinants of Career Patterns
undated
8/40
Relevant Speech Education For the American Indian
1970 and undated
9/1
BIA Higher Education Grant Program
1976
9/2
American Indian Unit, primary grade
undated
9/3
American Indian Exceptional Children Background paper
1976
9/4
Bilingual Education, Who Benefits
1973 and undated
9/5
Career Awareness Program For secondary school students
1974
9/6
Center for Indian Teacher Education
1978
9/7
Comparison of values: Indian and Non-Indian Graduate Students
1970
9/8
Criteria for Analyzing Ethnic Bias in Instructional Material
1975
9/9
Resource Unit on Animal Myths
undated
9/10
Curriculum Components for focusing on Racism, Blacks, Latinos & Native Americans
1975
9/11
Curricula Materials: Simulations Games
9/16
Montana Reservation Presentation, Montana Native Americans, Reservations and Resources Overheads
1994
9/17
"What Every Teacher Teaching should Know" Overheads
undated
9/20
Educational Opportunity Center Fact Sheet
1996
9/21
Freshman Interest Group Program
1997
9/29
Bilingual-Bicultural, A goal in Indian Education is not new
1974-1975 and undated
10/5
Languages, Suggested reading lists
undated
10/6
Make the world go away, Paper on Bicultural Education
1976
10/9
Reading List: Contemporary Issues of the American Indian
undated
10/15
Aspects of Indian Education by Constance McKay of the Courier Staff
undated
10/32
American Indian History Course Outline, undated (same as Box 11
30)
11/27
Relationship of Teacher Education to Teaching
undated
11/29
A Unit for Junior High Students on Native American Art
1975
11/30
American Indian History Course Outline, undated (same as Box 10
32)
11/35
"Tribal Colleges: Shaping The Future of Native Americans"
undated
12/21
Montana State Department of Public Instruction
1973
13/3
Address Delivered to 3rd Annual Indian High School Debate
1973
13/5
Indian Education Confronts the Seventies
undated
13/8
Developing a Native American Studies Program Teacher Corps Paper
1973
13/12
The University and The Indian Student by Henrietta V. Whiteman
undated
14/5
"Refocusing on Native American": A New Look at the Contemporary World of the Native American from a Political, Social and Educational Perspective
1974
15/4
Values Education Exercise, Small Group Consensus
undated
15/5
Steps For Outlining a Resource Unit, Pre-planning/teacher basic to Pupil-teacher Planning
undated
15/6
Some examples of key concerns in the Establishment of goals & objectives Indian education
undated
15/7
"So that All Indian Children will have equal educational Opportunity"
1975
15/9
Survey in Philosophical Aspects of Indian Education
undated
15/10
Talent Delayed-Talent Denied, The Culturally Different Gifted Child
1974
15/11
"Teaching About the American Indian", Civic Leader Article by William Crowder, Purdue University
1968
15/12
Teaching Indian Children
1974 and undated
15/13
Teachers of Indian Children and Youth
undated
15/14
Improve the Relevancy of Home Economics for Indian girls
1971
15/15
Teaching Strategies/Newspaper Clippings
1975-1977 and undated
15/19
"Trouble Shooting: Problems Indian students meet" By Wayne Evans former director of Upward Bound
1969
15/20
Vocational Education
1976
15/21
The Testing of Native Americans BIA, Policy Recommendations
1972
15/22
Title 4 Indian Education Act P L 92-318, Revision Of Impacted areas program as it relates to Indian Children
undated
15/23
Teacher Corps, In-service Plan: to meet requirement of Indian Studies Law
1979-1981
15/24
Teachers of Indian Children and Youth
undated
15/25
Statistics Concerning Indian Education Fiscal year
1976
15/26
Social Studies in BIA schools, Division of Education, A Position Paper by Max F. Harriger Social Science Specialist
1968
15/28
Report to the Congress, National Advisory Council on Indian Education
1974
16/9
Project View, Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction
undated
16/30
Quick Look At The U.S. Office of Education
undated
16/31
Self-Determination Through Education, Workshop #1
undated
16/34
Special Education is now a matter of Civil Rights
undated
17/5
COSTEP Program
1976
17/6
Educational Programs in the Health Field
1974
17/10
Health Careers Curriculum
1975 and undated
17/11
UM Health Careers Curriculum
undated
17/12
Financial Information For Native Americans In Health Careers
undated
17/13
Health Careers Summer Program Harvard
1978
17/14
IHS (Indian Health Services) Student Contact Forms
1977
17/18
Medical School Admissions Requirements, Information For Minority Students
1977
17/19
Medical School Hints, Preparing for University of Colorado Medical School
undated
18/4
5 Year Pre med program General Curriculum
1977 and undated
18/10
WICHE (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education) Student Exchange Program
1975-1977
18/12
Graduate and Professional Opportunities Program
1978
18/14
Proceedings of Conference on G*POP (Graduate and Professional Opportunities Program) Proposals and the Role of Historically Black Colleges in Graduate Education
1979
19/7
Health and Education Handbook
undated
19/11
BIA Audit Report, Review of Higher Education Grant Program
1976
19/14
Indian Careers In Health University of Montana
undated
19/15
Indian Careers In Health, Objectives and NAS Programs
1977
19/16
Indian Careers In Health Summer Institute
1974-1978
19/17
Conference on American Indian culture and education, University of Montana
1978
19/18
ICH (Indian Careers In Health) High School Student List
1974-1975
19/20
1976 Summer Institute
1976-1977
19/21
1977 Summer Institute
1977
19/22
1978 Summer Institute
1978-1979
19/23
Multicultural Education Research Project, Dawson: Indiana University
1977
19/24
Final Evaluations of Summer Institute
1977
20/1
G*POP Proposal, Application for Grants
1982
20/2
G*POP Fellowships announcements
1979
20/3
G*POP Program
1979
20/4
G*POP Proposal
1980-1981
20/5
G*POP Correspondence
1976-1980
20/6
G*POP
1978-1979
20/7
Graduate and Professional Fellowship Program, Proposal originals
1978
20/8
G*POP Advisory Committee, Chair Person and Members
1979
20/9
G*POP Final Report, Financial Status Report
1979
20/10
G*POP Fellowship Programs
1978-1979
20/11
G*POP Proposal
1979-1980
20/12
G*POP Proposal
1978
21/4
Graduate and Professional Fellowship Program, Proposal Coordination
1979
21/5
Native Americans in Health Careers Ad Hoc Committee
1973-1975 and undated
21/6
Native Americans in Health Careers
1975
21/7
Hansen Planetarium, Star Program of American Indian Sky Lore
1976
22/2
Human Interaction, Team Leadership Cooperation and Coordinate Skills
undated
22/3
Bibliography Supplement, Indian music, Culture, and Related Subjects
undated
22/8
Bibliography Supplement, Drama, Fiction, Photographs, Poetry, Legends
undated
22/10
Bibliography of Audio-Visual Aids
1974-1980
22/11
Bibliography, Indians in literature
1977
22/12
Bibliography, General
1977
22/13
Bibliography of Native American Literature by Henri Whiteman and Clayton Small
undated
23/13
Indian Programs at the University of Arizona
1976
23/16
Pride in Heritage, Students Rap Education
1971
23/35
Racism and Sexism, 10 quick ways to analyze children's books
1976
23/41
Civil Rights Technical Assistance and Training Program
1978
24/1
Student Rights, Strategy for prevention of genocide
1971-1972
24/28
Thirteen Broad Concepts of Competencies, Teaching culturally diverse children
undated
24/29
Oral & Written Traditions Handouts
1984 and undated
24/30
Multicultural Education and the American Indian
1990-1991 and undated
25/10
Communication between people with differing ethnic or racial backgrounds Workshop
undated
25/12
Word Maze of Indian Tribes
undated
25/13
Textbook Guidelines for cultural diversity
undated
25/15
Board of Education Policy Statement on American Indian Education
1984
25/16
Critical Incidents Exercise
undated
25/18
Directory of Indian Education
1987
25/19
Council on Interracial Books for Children Native Americans
undated
25/21
From Boarding School to Self-Determination
1987
25/22
Cultural Conflict and Traditional Curriculum
undated
25/26
The Sacred Tree Teacher's Guide
1984
Subseries 5: Miscellaneous
Box/Folder
1/4
Art Exhibit, info sheet for award
undated
1/6
Coleman Report
undated
1/7
Comment, Vine Deloria
1971
1/9
Form, Substance and Difference, 19th Annual Memorial Lecture
1970
1/10
Foundations with involvement in Indian Affairs
undated
1/11
Gene Leroy Hart Fair Trial Fund
1977 and 1978
1/12
George Catlin's Creed about American Indians
undated
1/18
Miscellaneous pictures
1973-1990 and undated
2/23
Atlanta Economic Review, Geothermal Energy
1971
2/24
Dr. Lloyd C. Pickett, Some approaches to development and the Indian Dilemma
1972
3/1
Dr. Helen Caldicott (effects of Nuclear Radiation) Fact Sheet
1977
3/2
Environmental Quality Council, EQC Meeting
1976
3/4
Ethno Botany Proposals
1975
3/6
Department of Highways Tentative Construction Program
1976-1981
3/8
Garrison Diversion Unit, A scientific and policy review
1975
3/9
Hat Creek Project Statement of Environment Risk
1978
3/10
High Lead logging costs1955 and
1965
3/11
Indian People their land and their income in Billings
1969
3/15
Livestock Range, It's nature and use bulletin
1961 and 1971
3/16
Lower Flathead River Floaters guide
undated
3/17
Missouri River Basin Commission Draft Minutes
1977 and 1978
4/22
ESAA [Environmental Services Association of Alberta] Regulations
1975
4/29
A Bibliography of funding source material
1974-1975
5/13
Funding Equity A Legal Approach
1970
5/14
Funding Offices Within OE, Programs with capability of funding education projects
undated
5/19
Five Types of Young Indians, Which One Are You
1964
6/5
Jerome Foundation, Inc., Grant application outline
1971
6/40
Missoula's Speakers Directory
undated
6/45
North American Indian Traditions and Religious Beliefs
undated
7/1
From the Women's Bureau On Women
1976-1981
7/4
American Indian Psychology Recruitment Program
1997-1998
7/12
Native/Non-Native Ethics Day
1997
7/13
Native American Day
1997
7/14
Northwest Accreditation Information
1998
7/17
Upward Bound Funding History
1997
7/21
National Center for Education Statistics
1995
7/22
2426 Foreign Travel
1997
7/23
School Official Tells View on Indian Studies
undated
7/24
Suggested Indian Seminar and Speech Topics
undated
7/25
Selected Publications
undated
8/1
Selective Acculturation Without Assimilation
8/2
Montana Indian Studies Law
1995
8/17
Population Reference Bureau, Marriage, Divorce and living together: A teaching Module undated
8/18
Preface, Critique written by Norman Lehrman
undated
8/32
An Indian Community by Bob Ryan
undated
8/35
The Indian Speaks, A response to the M.O.D. (Montanan's Opposing Discrimination)
undated
8/37
The Indian Today, Differentiating Traits
undated
9/13
Articulation Agreements
1996
9/14
Native Council Meetings
1996-1997 and undated
9/15
Catalog Course Change Forms
1992
9/19
Bridges Program
1997
9/22
Deloria, Vine, Colonies in Revolt
1981
9/23
Being Indian Isà.By Rueben Snake
1972
9/24
Big chief Sitting Bull goes on the Warpath, Pronounced Soo, not Si-ox
1964
9/25
"Blazing A New Trail", Saturday Review
1971
9/26
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee By Dee Brown
undated
10/2
Come Home, Mr. Chairman, poem dedicated to our industrious Chairman around country
undated
10/7
Indian Names
undated
10/8
Indian Land Areas Industrial Map
1977
10/10
Indians Made their own Dyes By Jerry Laudermilk
1968
10/11
How Horses First Came to Ha'a'ninin
undated
10/12
Here's how the stick game is played
undated
10/13
How to retain the Traditional Ways John Woodenlegs
undated
10/14
Indian Dancing
1921
10/18
Just Suppose, Indians Version of Redman in Contemporary Society
undated
10/20
Indian Reserve Lands, Administering and question of legal status
undated
10/21
Initials frequently used in Indian articles
undated
10/22
Indians in Psychology Project
1997
10/25
School of Pharmacy HCOP (Health Careers Opportunities Program)
1996-1997
10/28
Being Indian Isà.By Rueben Snake
1970
10/30
American Indians
undated
10/31
American Indians are unique in American Society
undated
10/33
Ancestry Facts, Claims
undated
10/34
Anxieties, The Anthropologist by Jorge Luis Borges
1971
10/35
Are we giving America back to the Indians? Interstate Congress for equal rights and responsibilities
undated
10/36
Arrival of the Whiteman by E. Bighorn Brockton
undated
10/38
N.A. Clinical Psychology Program
1997-1998
10/39
Missoula Indian Center
1997
11/2
Native Americans and the United States
1924, 1982 and undated
11/3
Civil Rights and Biases of Native Americans
1976 and undated
11/4
Review of Indian Health Care
undated
11/5
Native American Children lost
undated
11/6
The Pain of Native Americans
1977 and 1981
11/7
Native American Women
1971-1980 and undated
11/8
Look at Native Americans
1972-1979
11/9
Irrigation and Native Americans
1975-1978
11/10
Paviotso Child Training: Notes
undated
11/11
Proposal for establishing an endowed honorary doctorate for John Woodenlegs Chair
1977-1989
11/13
Demographics of Racial and Ethnic Distribution
1996
11/17
Red Thunder Article
1997
11/20
Saving Our Tongues Article, Indian Languages
1996
11/21
Native Americans on Death Row
1996
11/22
Student Minorities Award Article
1996
11/23
UM Article on Native American Day
1996
11/24
Indian Values compared to Non-Indian Values
undated
11/25
Indian's Identification With The Earth
1970
11/26
Basic Values
undated
11/31
Museum of the Rockies, MSU
1984-1985
11/32
Special Needs of American Indians with Handicaps
1987-1989
11/34
About Henrietta Whiteman
1978
12/2
Institute of Medicine & Humanities
1996
12/3
U.W. West Foundation, Professor Rustem Medora
1991
12/4
Retention and Remediation
1964-1984 and undated
12/5
Wells Report
1989
12/6
Drug & Alcohol Advisory Committee
1988-1989 and undated
12/7
Articulation Agreement
1991
12/8
Council Signals
1988
12/12
Montana Constitution, Remarks by Marge Brown
1990
12/13
Montana's Seminar on Repatriation
1991-1993
12/14
MUS (Montana University System) Ellen Swaney
1990
12/15
Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Environmental Statement
1976
12/16
Skyline Yarding System and Skyline Logging Symposium Proceedings
1965 and 1969
12/17
Skyline Tension & Deflection Handbook
1967 and 1970
12/20
Alcatraz Proclamation
1969
12/22
In-Service Training Paper As it relates to Native Americans by Henrietta Whiteman
1975
13/6
A vision: The warrior-scholar-community activist, The end product of Indian Studies
undated
13/7
B.Y.U.
1975 and undated
13/9
Sun Valley Presentation, Native American thought and the future of America: A Cross cultural Dialogue
1975
13/10
Oklahoma Lectures
1967 and 1969
13/11
Columbus Day Address
1973
13/13
Henrietta Whiteman's Publications
1972-1978 and undated
13/14
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
1985
13/15
Cultural Newspaper Clippings
1976-1977 and undated
13/16
Native American Definitions by Ed McGaa J.D., Oglala Sioux
undated
13/17
Native Americans as Citizens
1971 and undated
13/18
National Council on Indian Opportunity
1970
13/19
Ojo de Dios
undated
13/20
Papers on Indian Historiography
1975
14/2
A Policy for the Future
undated
14/3
Prayer of an American Indian, By Philip Beaumont, Sr.
undated
14/4
Proud To be American?, Reprinted from University of Oklahoma Student paper
1971
14/6
Relocation, a history
undated
14/7
Source Directory Indian Arts/Crafts Board for Native American Owned/Operated Arts/Crafts Businesses
1978
14/9
Suddenly Subject to new laws By Ed McGaa
undated
14/11
Neighborhood Energy; Designing for Democracy; Designing for Democracy in the 1980s
1978
14/12
Qua-Qui Indian Center, Missoula Montana Annual Report Fiscal Year
1975
14/17
Selway-Bitterroot Management Plan
1975
14/18
What do power Lines Transmit Besides Power
1978
14/19
Petty Mountain Multiple Use Plan, Environmental Statement Draft
1975
14/22
Montana Wilderness Association vs. Board Health, Answer to Brief of Amicus Curiae
1975
14/24
A Native American Approach to Environmental Awareness
1975
15/3
Understanding Indian People, What is your Indian I.Q.?
undated
15/18
American Indian History Overview for the Indian Culture Master Plan
1977
15/27
Rules and regulations, Acceptance of Tribal plans for operation of Bureau Programs
1975
16/7
Proposal Writing Sources of Information and Possible Funding
undated
16/8
Program Needs Assessment Survey
1974-1975
16/10
White Philanthropy and the Red Man: No more gifts and promises
1973
16/11
The arrival of the White Man by E. BigHorn, Brockton
undated
16/13
What is an Indian Reservation?
undated
16/14
What is an Indian?, U.S. Census definition
undated
16/15
Was the truth buried at Wounded Knee? by Neil Hickey
undated
16/16
"Voice from behind the buckskin curtain", 2 Papers presented at American Psychological Association
1971 and 1975
16/17
Wa-Ne-Inee-Git Newsletter
undated
16/18
"Urban Genocide: The Indian in the City"
undated
16/19
Trail Of Broken Treaties-20 Points
1972
16/22
Summary of Recommendations and Associated Findings
undated
16/29
The Writing of Project and Proposals: Accountability
undated
16/35
Alcohol Legalization and Selected Sociological Variables among several Native American Tribes
undated
16/36
Ethnic Differences In Babies
1979
16/37
Distribution of Health Manpower, An Annotated Bibliography
1973
16/38
Experimental Minority Recruitment Satellite Project
1977
16/39
Fact sheets on Indians in health career, Statistics & objectives
1974
17/1
Drugs
1966-1967
17/2
PL 94-984: Fact Sheet
1976
17/4
American Journal of Public Health, Absentee Health Workers
1972
17/7
Food Rights and Nutrition
1974-1978
17/8
The First Americans, Report on Indian Health Program
1976
17/9
Global Hunger, Inventory of Courses and Related Services UM
1971-1976
17/15
Health News and Notes, Indian Health Board, Portland OR
1981
17/16
Health Resources News, News Letters
1979-1981
17/17
Incidence Of Mental Diseases on Indian Population
1974
17/20
Montana State Plan for Social Services, Social Services Amendments
1974
18/1
Social and Rehabilitation Services State of Montana, Regarding Progress of developmental Disabilities Program
1975
18/2
War on Poverty, Community Action Program
undated
18/3
Social sciences, The Bobbs-Merrill reprint series
1938-1949
18/5
State Indian Coordinator's office
1980 and 1991
18/6
Computers
1990-1992
18/7
Nutrition, Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
undated
18/8
Health News and Notes, Indian Health Board, Portland OR
1977-1981
18/9
Pre-Health Retention Information
1977
18/11
Criminal Arraignment, Tribal Court
1980
18/13
Private Foundation Directory
undated
19/1
Native Americans & Poor Health Care Fact Sheet
undated
19/2
Pre-Medical Information
1977-1978
19/5
Research Priorities for Diseases of American Indians
1974
19/6
Strategies for Restructuring Youth Services, The State Department of Youth Services
undated
19/8
Veterans Administration
1970
19/10
State Civil Power Over Reservation Indians by John F. Sullivan
undated
20/13
Proposal: YWCA to the National Endowment for Humanities
1980
20/14
Task Force Report, Appeal of APRC (Academic Program Review and Planning Committee
1977
20/15
Proposal Review Committee, Budget Notes
1978-1979
20/16
National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipends Program
1981-1982
20/17
Racism and Mental Health Grants, Division of Special Mental Health Programs
1978
21/1
Proposal Review Committee with Tom Brown, Abstract-Ethnic Heritage Program
undated
21/2
Grants Available
1978-1979
21/3
Proposal Review Committee with Gary Kimble
1975-1976
21/8
Iktomi, Story on spider
undated
21/9
Indian Awareness Inventory Questionnaire undated
21/10
Indian Definitions by Ed McGaa J.D. Oglala Sioux
undated
22/1
ASCRC (Academic Standards and Curriculum Review Committee)
1985-1988
22/4
Cultural Materials
undated
22/5
The Defenders, From Peacepipe To Tomahawk
undated
22/6
Did you hear him?, Poem by Charlene Bearcub
1972
22/7
Division of Native American Culture
undated
22/9
Red Jacket's Reply to Missionary Cram
undated
22/14
The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos Castaneda
1965
22/15
American Indian Authors by Tribe
undated
22/16
Indian Arts & Crafts Board, Department of Interior Source Directory
1976
22/17
Buckskin Collection, Check-out Book
1979
22/18
Regional American Indian Policy Center
1991
22/19
Curriculum Committee
1984-1989
22/20
Diversity Report from George Dennison
1997
23/2
Indian Preference Statutes
undated
23/4
American Indian Children Foster Care Decision by Charlotte Goodluck and Mary Ellen Brown
undated
23/5
Initials frequently used in Indian circles
undated
23/14
Bad Day at Black Mesa, Los Angeles vs. The Indians II
1971
23/15
Is It Always Right to Be Right?
undated
23/17
The Indian Heritage of America by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.
undated
23/18
Indians and Other Americans An Image of the Native American by David Stewart
1971
23/19
The Legend of the Sacred Black Hills
undated
23/20
Of National Prominence
undated
23/21
Native American Consultant List
undated
23/22
Poems by Ray Young Bear
undated
23/23
Prayer of an American Indian
undated
23/24
The Native American, American Studies & The Contemporary World
1973
23/25
Pride in Heritage
1970-1971
23/26
Proud To Be An American? By David N. Poolaw
1971
23/27
Recovery of a Heritage
1978
23/28
Reservation Indian
undated
23/30
James West Sermon
1972
23/31
Some Thoughts About the Bureau of Indian Affairs
undated
23/33
United Native Americans Buy The State of Montana
undated
23/34
Yu Wi Pi by Jonas Belt
undated
23/38
Racial Equality, The future?
undated
24/2
What does a Congressional Committee person do? Panel on "Working with Capital Hill"
1975
24/3
When, Poem by Charlene Bearcub
1972
24/4
Yvonne Is Free, Yvonne Wanrow Defense committee
1979
24/5
Proceedings on Discrimination Indians in Montana
1979
24/6
Affirmation Of Sovereignty Of Indigenous People of the Western Hemisphere
1978
24/10
Board of County Commissioners, County Taxpayers cannot assume federal and state program costs
1976
24/14
Special Services for Disadvantaged Students
1978
24/15
Appropriations Report 1975-77 Biennium, Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst
1975
24/16
Department of the Interior Organizational Structure
1970
24/17
Department of the Interior Letters
1921 and 1923
24/19
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Area Offices, Agencies and other field Units
undated
24/20
Resolution Opposing Repeal of Indian studies law
1970
24/24
Crime Control and Native Americans, Adult, Juvenile Misdemeanor Arrests by race and offense
1975 and 1976
24/26
Extermination Lecture, Quotes from Montana Post
1864-1865
24/32
History of the Kyi-Yo Indian Club
1985
25/1
Americans for Indian Opportunity
1992
25/2
International Ecumenical Mission Consultation
1992
25/14
Problem of Indian Administration, Johns Hopkins Press
1928
25/17
Indian Concerns Sunday
1983
25/20
Sweat Lodge Floor Plan
undated
25/27
Boil and Hammer Are Living There, Told in English by Charley Anderson
1954
25/28
Twin Light Trail Native American Indian News
undated
25/31
Third Force Issues & Actions in Communities of Color
1993
25/32
American Indians, Blacks, Chicanos, and Puerto Ricans, Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
1981

Series II:  Department Records, 1977-1997Return to Top

1.0 linear foot
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
7/9
5th NAS Forum Carrol College
1997
7/10
5th NAS Articulation Symposium
1997
7/11
NAS Faculty Retreat, Agenda Topics
1997
7/18
General Correspondence
1998-1999
7/19
List of Native American Students
1997
8/15
NAS Discussion Questions to consider in classes/seminars
undated
9/18
NAS Buckskin Collection
1980
10/4
Anthropology 585
undated
10/24
UM Sweat lodge at Ft. Missoula
1997-1998
14/1
A philosophy of Native American Studies
1978
14/21
NAS Newsletter
1980-1981
19/19
NAS Proposal Review Committee
1977-1978
25/4
NAS 100 Indian Culture Expressed as Language, Cheyenne Sacred Terminology, Fall 1988
undated
25/5
NAS 100 Indian Culture Expressed as Language, The 4 Sacred Persons, Fall 1988
undated
25/6
NAS 100 Indian Culture Expressed as Language, Pronunciation Guide
undated
25/7
NAS 100 Indian Culture Expressed as Language, Cheyenne Life Journey, Fall 1988
undated
25/8
NAS 100 Indian Culture Expressed as Language, Cheyenne Seasons of Human Development, Fall 1988
undated
25/9
NAS 300 Model School Project, Spring 1988
undated
25/34
Native American Studies Program Reports and Statements
1983-1984

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Indians of North America--Services for--Montana--Missoula
  • Indians of North America--Study and teaching (Higher)--Montana --Missoula

Corporate Names

  • University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.). Native American Studies Program

Other Creators

  • Corporate Names
    • University of Montana--Missoula. Native American Studies Program