Indians of North America.
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs of Native American artifacts from the Great Lakes region. Although the photographs were taken in the early 2000s, the artifacts themselves date from approximately the 1830s to the 1960s. They were created by a number of tribes in the Great Lakes region, including the Ojibwe, Winnebago, Iroquois, and Potawatomi.
This collection, MSS-269, Collection of "Anishinaabe News" newsletters, consists of copies of the newsletter published by the Center for Native American Studies (CNAS) at Northern Michigan University (NMU). The collection is separated into series each of which covers one calendar year of publication.
This collection, MSS-266, Collection of "The Nishnawbe News" newspaper, consists of printed copies of The Nishnawbe News which was published at Northern Michigan University from July 1971 through October 1983. The editions maintained in this collection run from 1971 through 1982 and is not all inclusive.
This oral history interview with Judge Garfield W. Hood documents the history of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community tribal court and government. Judge Hood was interviewed by Debra Williams. The complete interview is available online at the Recorded in Stone web site: http://voices.nmu.edu.
Contains materials related to Native Americans and their culture in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
This collection is composed of the "Native American Rights Fund: NARF Legal Review" newsletters, a bi-yearly publication that follows the activities of the Native American Rights Fund (NARF).
This collection, MSS-308: Bernard C. Peters papers, is arranged by subject. The series identified as Research Notes are in numerical order based on the microfilm the notes were taken from.
I. Publications II. Research Notes -- Microfilm III. Research Notes -- Douglass Houghton's 1840 Field Journal IV. Manuscripts V. Photographs VI. Correspondence VII. Maps
The collection includes scattered minutes of the Biology Department; correspondence largely relating to Peters' research on the fish tapeworm, Diphyllobothrium latum; materials regarding attempts to establish an Institute for Indian Education at Northern; materials of and relating to Luther West, a former Biology faculty member at Northern best known for his research on the housefly; and a publication written by Peters on preveterinary curricular opportunities at Northern.
Contains materials about specific cities, towns, and villages of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
ABOUT THIS COLLECTION GUIDE
This collection guide includes collections from member organizations of UPLINK (the Upper Peninsula Digital Network) as well as the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives. UPLINK collections document the history of the Upper Peninsula broadly, while the Central UP & NMU Archives focuses on such topics as Northern Michigan University history, the local iron mining industry, and the politics, economics, religion, environment, and culture of the Central Upper Peninsula region.
These finding aids will give you an overview of the contents and context of each collection. Finding aids only exist for collections that each organization has shared with UPLINK or (in the case of the NMU Archives) for processed collections. For a more comprehensive list of collections that might help with your research, please contact the relevant heritage organization(s) directly.
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