Clarke Historical Library
Central Michigan University

Finding aid for
James A. Clifton Native American research collection

Finding aid created by
Marian Matyn

Summary Information
Title: James A. Clifton Native American research collection,
Creator: Clifton, James A.
Inclusive dates: 1806-2001 (Scattered), and undated
Extent: 36 cubic ft. (in 19 boxes, 19 card boxes, 2 Oversized Folders)
Abstract:
Collection of wide variety of research and reference materials on Native Americans, mostly Potawatomi, Ojibwe and Ottawa, mainly in Michigan and Kansas, but also includes Wisconsin, Canadian, and other Native American tribes. The main series are: Clifton personal, research, reference, and academic materials, Bay Mills Indian Community Court Case materials, Canadian Potawatomi research materials, Kansas Potawatomi research materials, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. the State of Michigan court case materials, Michigan tuition waver project materials, [Native American] Removal documents, reprints, Saginaw Chippewa Tribe court case materials, and Wisconsin vs. Baker court case materials.

Call number: MSS.
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
250 East Preston Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone: 989-774-3352
Fax: 989-774-2160
Email: clarke@cmich.edu
Website: http://clarke.cmich.edu


Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

Acc# 54381

Access Restrictions:

James A. Clifton Native American research collection is open for research, except for Boxes 4-5, which are closed to researchers until 2045. .

Copyright:

Copyright is unknown.

Preferred Citation:

James A. Clifton Native American research collection are open for research., Folder # , Box #, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University


Arrangement

The collection is first divided by the size and format of the material into three groupings. First, (mostly) letter-sized material (with some legal-size material). Second, note cards, and, third, oversized material. Then materials are organized into the following series, and then alphabetical and chronological within each series: Clifton personal, research, reference, and academic materials, Bay Mills Indian Community Court Case materials, Canadian Potawatomi research materials, Kansas Potawatomi research materials, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. the State of Michigan court case materials, Michigan tuition waver project materials, [Native American] Removal documents, reprints, Saginaw Chippewa Tribe court case materials, and Wisconsin vs. Baker court case materials .


History

Biography:

James A. Clifton was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on January 6, 1927, the son of A. P. and Katherine Clifton. James was raised in Chicago, Illinois.

From 1942 through 1946, James A. Clifton served as a merchant seaman. He participated in the June 6, 1944 D-Day Invasion of Normandy. Clifton also served in the U. S. Marine Corps as an infantry officer during the Korean War, and later in Japan.

During his military service, Clifton developed an interest in other cultures. He earned a Ph. B. at the University of Chicago (1950), a M.A. in Anthropology at San Francisco State University (1957), and a Ph. D., also in Anthropology, at the University of Oregon (1960). During his academic career, Prof. Clifton taught at the universities of Oregon, Colorado, Kansas, Chile, Wisconsin-Green Bay (UW-GB), and Prescott College. He retired from the UW-GB, where he was the Frankenthal Professor of Anthropology, in 1990. After he retired, Professor Clifton was associated with Western Michigan University as an Adjunct Professor and Scholar-in-Residence. He was also an Adjunct Professor at the U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College in Quantico, Virginia.

While at UW-GB, Professor Clifton also directed the University Year for Action Program, which serviced the needs of Wisconsin Native American communities in such areas as alcohol abuse, education, health and economic and community development.

Professor Clifton was mainly interested in the Native Americans of the U. S. and Canada as his primary research topics, although he also researched the peoples of Micronesia and Chile. During his academic career, Professor Clifton conducted field research in Native American communities in Oregon, Colorado, Wisconsin, Kansas, and Canada. He was recognized as a leading authority on the ethno-history of Native Americans of the Great Lakes-Ohio Valley region. Since 1964, Professor Clifton served frequently as an expert witness in treaty rights cases in federal courts, where he testified for Native American communities and state and local governments.

Also during his career, Professor Clifton wrote a dozen books and had over 150 articles and essays published in various professional journals.

On December 20, 1947, Professor Clifton married Faye Gilmore. Together they had four children: Margaret “Peggy” Ruth, Peter James, Catherine Faye, and Douglas William Clifton.

After being diagnosed with cancer, Professor Clifton contacted several institutions which had large Native American research collections and invited them to come and collect materials of his that were of interest to them. Thus, Professor Clifton’s collection was divided up among the institutions whose staff members showed up with trucks to haul various parts of the collection away. The Clarke Historical Library’s staff (Director Frank Boles, Public Services Librarian Evelyn Leasher, and Archivist Marian Matyn) made a total of four trips to collect and remove hundreds of Professor Clifton’s books and all of his manuscript research collection (48 cubic feet), and his note cards (another 48 boxes). The books, maps, and other published materials have been cataloged separately.

Additional artifacts collected by Professor Clifton are in a separate museum collection at Western Michigan University.

Professor Clifton died on July 20, 2000 at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and two sisters. He was survived by his wife, four children, two grandchildren, a brother, and many nieces and nephews. (This information is from the biographical material and obituary in this collection.)


Collection Scope and Content Note

Abbreviations: Due to the size of this collection, the following abbreviations have been used to cut down on the size and of the finding aid. Abbreviations used include the following: ABCFM for American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM was used by Clifton in many of his notations in the Reprints series). ARSMPIS for Annual Reports of the Superintendent of the Mount Pleasant Indian School. AG for Attorney General. BIA for Bureau of Indian Affairs. COIA for Commissioner of Indian Affairs. ICC for Indian Claims Commission. IL for Illinois. IN for Indiana. JL for journal. KN for Kansas. KUPS for University of Kansas Potawatomi Survey. MAG for Michigan Attorney General. MI for Michigan MHS for Minnesota Historical Society. MN for Minnesota. MO for Missouri. MS for Mississippi.i NAM for National Archives Microfilm. NEB for Nebraska. NY for New York. NWT for Old Northwest Territory. OK for Oklahoma. PA for Pennsylvania. Qly for quarterly. Re: for regarding. SD for South Dakota. US for United States. W for West WI for Wisconsin

Spelling Note: The spelling of Indian words, such as villages, tribes, bands, and the names of individuals, varies greatly among and within nineteenth century documents and articles. I copied the spelling [errors] or phonetic pronunciations used in these older documents for this finding aid.

Series Description: Overall, Clifton’s collection documents his academic papers, large research projects, and his reference collection. It also includes a small amount of biographical material on Clifton.

The collection consists almost entirely of photocopies or photo-static copies of published and unpublished articles or drafts of articles, speeches, complete or partial books, correspondence, contracts, curriculum vitaes, government documents, treaties, grant proposals and related materials, faxed information, lists, notes, and various other reference materials, maps, a small number of duplicated black and white photographs, mainly from the Smithsonian Institute, and other materials, including a few overheads.

The originals in the collection include some Clifton’s correspondence and some of his notes and notecards. Many of his notes, particularly in the KUPS series are typed.

The collection is first divided by the size and format of the material into three groupings. First, (mostly) letter-sized material (with some legal-size material). Second, note cards, and, third, oversized material.

The letter-size material is then organized into a number of series. Each series is then organized alphabetically by subject, and then within each series alphabetically and chronologically by the folders’ headings, as appropriate. As much as possible, the archivist used Clifton’s headings, or an expanded version of them, as needed, for ease of use by researchers. In cases were there were no folder headings, or indeed no folders, the archivist sought to organize and label materials as simply as was possible for reasonable easy use by researchers.

The following letter-size series (a total of 18 cubic ft.) are found in this collection: 1) Clifton Materials-Biographical and Academic Papers; and his large research projects and reference collection are documented in the following series: 2) Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC) Court Case Materials; 3) Canadian Potawatomi Research Materials; 4) Kansas Potawatomi Research Materials; 5) Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. the State of MI Court Case Materials; 6) MI Tuition Waver Project Materials; 7) [Native American] Removal Documents; 8) Reprints; 9) Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Court Case Materials; and 10) WI vs. Baker Court Case Materials.

Most of the remainder of the collection consists topical 5x7 inch handwritten Notecards (15 cubic ft. in 19 boxes). Oversized materials (approximately 3 cubic ft.) include an oversized folder of some Isabella County (MI) plat maps (copies), 1891; and an oversized volume of various pages from multiple nineteenth century Tract Books of the General Land Office (Ionia, MI).

1) Clifton Materials, 1963-2000 (total approximately .5 cubic foot), includes his Biographical Material, 1987, 2000 (1 folder), with his Obituary, 2000; and his Academic Papers, 1963, 1972-1989, 1990, 1993, 2000, consisting of Clifton’s bibliography on Old Northwest Indian removal, 1825-1855; copies of book reviews, introductions to books and articles, his coursepack for a class; papers for publication and presentation, published articles, reports for the WI Dept of Justice for WI vs. Stockbridge [Mohican] Munsee Community (Case No. 98-C-0871), a case he researched for the WI Attorney General’s office, some of his research materials, and notes.

The Judicial Update website of Morisset, Schlosser [who specializes in federal litigation, natural resource and Indian tribal property issues], Jozwiak and McGaw (http://www.msaj.com/papers/WIcases.html), on Nov. 18, 2004, describes the WI vs. Stockbridge Munsee Community Case No. 98-C-0871 67 F Supp. 2 d 990 (E. D. Wisc. Sept. 30, 1999) as follows: “[The] State [of WI] brought action seeking to prevent the tribe from operating Class III electronic games of chance at a casino located outside boundaries on [the] Indian reservation. Upon [the] state’s motion for preliminary injunction, the district court held that: (1) [the] state demonstrated a reasonable likelihood of success of their claim that Act of 1871 resulted in diminishment of [the] tribe’s reservation, and (2) other factors warranted granting preliminary injunction. Motion granted.”

This series documents various aspects of Clifton’s academic, publication, and research interests and activities. The rest of the collection documents his large research projects, particularly those regarding Native American court cases in MI and his Kansas University Potawatomi Survey research project.

Personal information on Clifton, aside from that found in his obituary, is not available in this collection.

2) Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC) Court Case Materials, 1936-1998 (Scattered) (approximately 1.5 cubic ft.), which documents two court cases. The court case for which there is the most material is the BMIC vs. Western United Life Assurance Co., et al. Documenting this court case are copies of court records, correspondence and email, reference and supporting documentation, 1936-1937, 1974-1975, 1992, and, mostly, 1997-1998, collected and notated by Clifton, who worked for the MAG. The Peninsula Legal Services, P.C., served as the tribe’s legal counsel.

BMIC vs. Western began in 1996 as a land claims settlement case. The BMIC had a claim to over 100 acres of land in what is now Charlotte Beach (MI). The land was to be held in trust for ancestral bands of the BMIC by the Governor of MI. Eventually the land was sold for delinquent taxes, without BMIC’s knowledge or consent. The court case resulted in the severe decrease of the value of the Charlotte Beach property and the inability of the current owners to verify their deeds. The tribe desired the land back or an equitable settlement. The case continued with various compromises being offered and not accepted by the BMIC for ten years. Part of the continuance, documented by a smaller amount of copied material (three folders), is the BMIC vs. the State of MI, et al. court case, 1998.

The Judicial Update website of Morisset, Schlosser [who specializes in federal litigation, natural resource and Indian tribal property issues], Jozwiak and McGaw (http://www.msaj.com/papers/WIcases.html), on Nov. 18, 2004, describes BMIC vs. Western United Life Assurance Co., no. 99-1036, (6th Cir. 2000) as follows: “Plaintiff Bay Mills Indian Community filed a complaint Asserting an interest I a parcel of property within the county [Charlotte Beach, MI]. Bay Mills alleged various federal constitutional and statutory violations in connection with the 1884 ouster from the property of its predecessors in interest, two aboriginal Chippewa bands, and sought either equitable title to the property or damages equal to its value and damages for the loss of the use and enjoyment of the land since 1884. The defendants, individuals and entities currently possessing various interests in the property, moved to dismiss the action under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 12 (b)(7) and 19 for failure to join an indispensable party,the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. The district court granted the defendants’ motion and dismissed the plaintiff’s complaint. Affirmed.”

In 2002 the US Senate proposed a bill to offer property in Sault Ste. Marie (MI) to the tribe, on which they could operate a casino. The committee on Indian Affairs heard the bill’s supporters and detractors and adjourned, declining the proposed bill. [Information from US. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs. BMIC Land Claims Settlement Act. Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, US Senate, 1077th Congress, 2nd Session on S. 2986 Oct. 10, 2002, a e-copy of which is available in the Park Library.]

3) Canadian Potawatomi Research Materials, 1835-1975, and undated (Scattered) (7 folders). This small series includes copies of acts, treaties, and constitutions of the Prairie Potawatomi in Kansas, 1936; materials relating to the Caldwell Band of Point Pelee, Pelee Island, and Malden, Ontario, Canada; Potawatomi Agency Correspondence, 1837-1870-1878; and Potawatomi Study Correspondence, 1973-1975; and Correspondence to/from Clifton, and Reference materials.

4) Kansas Potawatomi Research Materials, 1880-1883, 1886 1932, 1940, 1948, 1952, 1962-1965, 1973-1974, mainly 1962-1965 (approximately 2 cubic ft.)

General Kansas Potawatomi materials, mostly copied reference materials, 1880-1883, 1886 1932, 1940, 1948, 1952, 1973-1974, (9 inches, or approximately .5 cubic foot), are open to researchers. This includes correspondence, miscellaneous notes, and genealogies (family trees), as well as a large amount of reference materials, including newspaper clippings, bibliographies, and copies of articles. Also included are instructions for coding field notes and research materials for the Kansas University Potawatomi Survey (KUPS) Clifton led.

Of particular note here are the KUPS materials, mostly 1962-1965. The KUPS materials include: field notes, cross reference notes to field notes, and other research or reference materials, such as citations and maps. These materials were accumulated and categorized by Clifton, his wife, Faye, and his research assistants, Bob Bee and Ann Searcy, during their interviews with and observations of Kansas Potawatomi, also called the Prairie Band of Potawatomi, from 1962 through 1965. Many of these Potawatomi lived in the Mayetta (Kan.) vicinity. Notes and reference materials were filed within an extensive, coded KUPS folder arrangement. Many of the folders were found to be empty during processing, so researchers will notice gaps in the numerical sequence of the KUPS folders.

The FIELD NOTES of the KUPS (approximately 1.5 cubic ft.) are CLOSED TO RESEARCHERS for 70 years until 2045 [1965+70], because of the personal information in the detailed field notes, including: medical and psychiatric patient case records, alcoholism, the use of peyote, criminal records, sexual orientation, marital status, perceptions of those who were thought to practice witchcraft, sexual or physical abuse some people in the study suffered or received, and the detailed information about their financial states, as well as governmental support received, the field notes are closed.

6) Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. the State of MI Court Case Materials, were collected and annotated by Clifton for the State of MAG, 1988-1989 (approximately 3 cubic ft.). The Reprints in this series include copies and typed transcripts of materials sent to the MAG, which are organized either chronologically by the date of the event documented in the information, or alphabetically by topic, and include materials from 1820 through 1946 (Scattered), 1957, 1960, 1965-1966, 1972, 1979, 1982, 1985, and 1992. Types of materials in this series include: copies of depositions, notes, evidence copies of newspapers, magazines, and academic articles, books, maps, land patents and deeds, government documents, and correspondence, usually between the COIA and various Indian Agents.

According to the Michigan Indian Gaming website’s section documenting newsworthy events of 1998 (url is http://www.michigangaming.com/IndGame/IGNews-98-html), this court case is described as follows: “On Feb. 12, 1998 Judge David McKeague issued a decision stating that the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community statellite[sic] casino is operating illegally because the tribe did not adhere to IGRA [Indian Gaming Regulation Acts] in opening these facilities.” “On Aug. 21, 1998 the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa Indians launched a media campaign to gather support to prevent the closing of its Turtle Creek Casino in Acme, MI. The United States Attorney General’s office filed for a preliminary injunction to shut down the tribes[sic] casino because it claims that the casino is operating illegally. This came after the U.S. 6th Circuit [Court] overturned a decision in Keweenaw vs. MI. The Court is expected to hold a hearing on the issue in November of this year.”

7) Michigan Tuition Waver Project materials, (8 folders), includes copies of materials compiled or created in 1996 by Clifton. This project resulted from the demands of MI tribes for free tuition at the University of MI, which they believe was granted to them in old MI treaties. Materials found here include: reference materials, notably several articles written and published by Alice Littlefield about Native American education and the US Indian Schools, 1989, 1993, and 1996; Mount Pleasant Indian School (Mount Pleasant, MI) documents, 1934-1996 (Scattered); some legislation, 1968; Clifton’s report, correspondence, and contract with the MAG, 1996; and the MAG’s conclusion, Dec. 1995. Clifton contracted with the MAG to collect materials to defend their side of the case.

The MI [Indian] Tuition Waver was adopted by the MI Legislature in 1976 as an entitlement descending from old federal treaty rights. The program had a long beginning, which will be briefly described here.

In 1934, the federal government dissolved the federal Indian school program, transferring the buildings, property, and care of Native American students to the state of MI. For thirty years thereafter the state of MI did not meet its obligations of providing equal treatment and education to Native American children. Student activism in the 1960s led a University of Michigan (UM) student, Paul Johnson, to sue the UM in 1971. He believed the UM should provide free tuition to Native Americans based on Article 16 of the Treaty of Fort Meigs, 1817. Ultimately, his suit failed. However, the students who worked on the lawsuit contacted members of the state legislature for support. Rep. Jackie Vaughn carefully constructed a bill based on MN’s existing tuition waiver program. In the summer of 1976, his bill, know as Public Act 174, 1976, created the MI Indian Tuition Waiver Program.

The Waver, which was amended in 1978, allows students to have their tuition paid if they are one-quarter North American Indian and have been a MI resident for at least one year. [This information is from the Clarke website (url is http://clarke.cmich. edu/ tretytuition.htm), on Dec. 3, 2004, and CMLife, p. 1 and 4A, Fri., Oct. 29, 2004.]

Ultimately, the tribes’ demands developed into the court case Children of the Chippewa, Ottawa and Potawatomy Tribes, et al., vs. Regents of the University of MI, a case which the tribe lost. However, the University of MI agreed to offer Native American students scholarships, which amounted to free tuition. (For further information on the case, see the Elmer White’s collection which is also housed at the Clarke. White acted as the attorney for the tribes.)

8) [Native American] Removal Documents, created or compiled in 1982-1983, and undated (2 cubic ft.).

The removal research project was funded by a grant from the NEH, and resulted in Clifton’s bibliography Old Northwest Indian removal, 1825-1855: a bibliography, a copy of which is found in Box 1 of this collection. A tiny part of this series includes three folders of materials relating to the grant, including: Illustrations…, undated; Notes and Correspondence, 1982; and NEH Microfilm Work reports of James McClurken to Clifton, 1982-1983.

The bulk of the series, however, consists of copies of published articles and historical Removal Documents, and some notes from Clifton, which were compiled by Clifton for reference purposes.

The published articles are in alphabetical order by author’s surnames.

The Removal Documents are in chronological order, 1807-1855, with a small amount of post-1855 materials, 1856-1980 (Scattered). Commonly found examples of historical Removal Documents in this series include: the Dept. of War, Office of Indian Affairs officials’ correspondence, journals, reports, disbursement accounts, and regulations regarding the removal of Native Americans; records of annuity payments; correspondence and other papers regulating the functions of the Superintendency, agencies, and sub-agencies; a journal of treaty negotiation, 1833; treaties and lists [sometimes censuses] of [members of] tribes or bands either remaining in their area or removed to west of the Mississippi [which have been noted specifically in the box and folder listing]; petitions of various Native Americans to the President of the US; maps; published journals of the US House and Senate; and personal correspondence.

Finally, there are a few topical Removal Document folders, which are in alphabetical order, 1839-1888 and undated [copies made in 1982 or 1983].

9) Reprints, a caption used by Clifton, (6.5 cubic ft.) is the largest series in this collection. It includes copies of general reference and/or research materials, 1820-1992 and undated, regarding various aspects of Native Americans, Africa and Africans, African-Americans, slavery, and other native peoples around the world, as well as anthropological articles. However, the majority of the series documents Native American history, including, but not limited to: Indian treaties, Indian agents, Indian removal policies, reservations, missions and missionaries, wars, captivity or travel accounts, as well as other topics. A sizable section of this series is various articles and documents from multiple issues of the WI Historical Collections. Types of materials in the series include: dissertation abstracts; parts of or complete academic or popular articles and books; reference articles, such as biographies from encyclopedias; reprints of academic articles; student papers; drafts of academic papers; papers for presentation at conferences; correspondence; notes; maps; statistics; and other materials. These materials were collected by Clifton during his academic career.

10) Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Court Case Materials, includes materials created or compiled, 1991-1992, (2.5 cubic ft.) by Clifton. Clifton was under contract with the MAG to collect materials to defend their side of the case.

Compiled materials include copies of historical documents and reference sources about the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, including: court records, reprints of articles, treaty journals, annual reports of the Mount Pleasant Indian School, Indian Claims Commission records, the amended Constitution and By-Laws of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, 1986, and other documentation, as well as Clifton’s correspondence, agreements, other information he exchanged with MAG and other associates,1797-1992 (Scattered).

Two court cases are documented in this series, mostly the US et al., vs. State of MI, et al., 1992 and, very minimally, the US vs. the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of MI, et al., 1990-1991, 1997.

The case for which there is the most material, that of the US et al., vs. State of MI, et al., dealt with tribal fishing rights. There is a long history of lawsuits in MI over Native American fishing rights. In brief, this particular lawsuit, which began in 1973 and was tried in 1978, was eventually settled out of court on March 29, 1985. In the case, the Native Americans attorney strongly argued three points. First, that the tribes involved had historically fished in the Great Lakes. Second, that they had retained the right to fish under treaties signed in 1820, 1836, and 1855. And, third, that they had actively participated in commercial fishing after those treaties and thus could logically assume that they should be allowed to continue to do so. In May 1979, the judge settled the case in favor of the tribes, however various issues remained that had to be agreed upon by both parties.

Finally in 1985 an agreement, called the Sault Ste. Marie agreement, was reached. As part of this agreement, the Great Lakes were divided into zones. The MI tribes were allowed to fish unrestrictedly to a defined maximum catch, mostly in the northern zones, and sports fishing was relegated mostly to the southern zones. The Bay Mills Chippewa community was unsatisfied with the agreement and vetoed it. After a brief trial, the agreement was put in place with the force of law until 2000. [This information is from the Clarke website (url is http://clarke.cmich.edu/treatytuition.htm), on Dec. 3, 2004.]

11) WI vs. Baker Court Case Materials, includes copies of materials created or compiled in 1976 and 1978 (1.5 cubic ft.) by Clifton, who served as an expert witness for the tribe. Materials in this series include: records of related court cases, correspondence, Clifton’s expert testimony, and published articles, mostly about removal from the WI Historical Collections, date from 1830s-1934.

The State of WI vs. Baker, et al., was predated by the Voigt decision in WI. The Voigt Decision recognized the rights of the tribal hunting, fishing, and gathering activities of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Chippewa in WI as they were granted to the tribe in the treaties of 1837 and 1842.

In 1978, the Federal District Court granted summary judgment in favor of the state. In 1983 the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the District Court ruling. At that point, the State of WI petitioned, in vain, the US Supreme Court to review the case. Five other WI Chippewa Bands then joined the case, which continued in District Court. There were three phases: I: Declaratory; II Regulatory; and III: Damages. (A Guide to understanding Chippewa treaty rights: WI edition, 1994, pp.2-3, a copy of which is in the Clarke.)

The WI vs. Baker case was brought by the State of WI against the chairman (Ordie Baker) and all of the officers of the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Governing Board. As documented here in the Opinion and Order [by Judge James Doyle], Sept. 20, 1978 (76-C-359), the state’s contention was that the tribe’s enforcement of its established codes for fishing on its reservation, which mandated that people who were not members of the tribe to purchase fishing licenses from the tribe, was illegal and interfered with the rights of the state’s citizens. The tribe’s interpretation of its treaty rights were that the tribe, as a sovereign nation, had the sole right to hunt and fish within the borders of its reservation. The state contended that this had not been the intent of the agents of the federal government who created the treaties which led to the creation of the reservation. Clifton and Judge Doyle, however, believed otherwise.

When Judge Doyle died in 1987, the case was assigned to Judge Barbara Crabb. After denying the state’s request to appeal Judge Doyle’s ruling, “she held that tribes held the authority to regulate their members and that effective tribal self-regulation precludes state regulation.” on Aug. 21, 1987 (ibid, p.3). Later, Judge Crabb decided that the tribes were self-regulating regarding the state’s walleye and muskellunge harvests held in October (1989), and in regards to the state’s deer population (1990). In 1991, Judge Crabb also ruled that while tribes did not have treaty rights to harvest timber commercially, they did have treaty rights to gather other forest products (ibid, p. 4).

12) Notecards. There are 19 card boxes (15 cubic ft.) of topical 5x7 inch handwritten notecards, documenting the removal of various Native American tribes, Clifton’s bibliography and biographical index, as well as related Native American topics. There are organized alphabetically by topic, and then either chronologically (if notes about removal documents) or alphabetically (if names or sources).

13) Oversized Materials, include an oversized folder of some Isabella County (MI) plat maps (copies), 1891; and an oversized volume of copies of various pages from multiple Tract Books of the General Land Office (Ionia, MI), 1800s.

Processing Notes: I have tried to observe Clifton’s topical and organizational scheme as much as possible. A number of items in many boxes were without folders and identifying information. These items have been placed in the most likely series or, when a topic and therefore a location was otherwise undeterminable or multiple, into the general Reprints series.

Items withdrawn from this collection include all published books, periodicals, maps, and court records, which were separately cataloged.

Also withdrawn were duplicates, illegible materials, blank sheets of papers, binders, photocopying instructions, forms for requesting copies (from many institutions), generic correspondence and post-it notes without informational value, cover sheets, and the “This article is not available.” notices from inter-library loan departments. All post-it notes with notes of substance were removed after they had been copied and a copy put in the folders.

Subject Terms

    Subjects:
    • Clifton, James A.
    • McClurken, James M.
    • Cleland, Charles E., 1936-
    • Pokagon, Simon, 1830-1899.
    • Pokagon, Leopold, 1774 or 5-1841.
    • Keweenaw Bay Reservation.
    • Michigan. Office of Attorney General.
    • Indian captivities.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Relocation.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Government relations.
    • Potawatomi Indians--History.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Michigan.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Census--Michigan.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Kansas.
    • Potawatomi Indians--Census--Kansas.
    • Ehnology.
    • Ehnology--Micronesia.
    • Ottawa Indians--Relocation.
    • Ottawa Indians--Government relations.
    • Ottawa Indians--Michigan.
    • Ottawa Indians--Census--Michigan.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Relocation.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Government relations.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Michigan.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Census--Michigan.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Claims.
    • Ojibwa Indians--Land tenure--Michigan.
    • Indians of North America--Missions--Michigan.
    • Indians of North America--Missions--Great Lakes Region (North America)
    • Indians of North America--Wars.
    • Indians of North America--Census.
    • Indians of North America--Folklore.
    • Indians of North America--Cultural assimilation.
    • Indians of North America--Government relations.
    • Indians of North America--Treaties.
    • Indians of North America--Relocation.
    • Indians of North America--Land tenure.
    • Indians of North America--Michigan.
    • Indians of North America--Claims--Michigan.
    • Indians of North America--Wisconsin.
    • Indians of North America--History--Kansas.
    • Indians of North America--Government relations--Kansas.
    • Indians of North America--Land tenure--Kansas.
    • Gambling on Indian reservations--Michigan.
    • Sami (European peiple)--Norway.
    • Indians of South America--Chile.
    • Slavery--United States.
    • African Americans.
    • Ohio Indians--Relocation.
    • Indiana Indians--Relocation.
    • Delaware Indians--Relocation.
    • Kickapoo Indians--Relocation.
    • Menominee Indians--Relocation.
    • Miami Indians--Relocation.
    • Fox Indians--Relocation.
    • Sauk Indians--Relocation.
    • Seneca Indians--Relocation.
    • Shawnee Indians--Relocation.
    • Dakota Indians--Relocation.
    • Winnebago Indians--Relocation.
    • Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.
    • Bay Mills Indian Community, Michigan--Claims vs. United States.
    • Northwest Territories--History.
    • Africa--Discovery and exploration.
    • Michigan--History.
    • Kansas--History.
    • Wisconsin--History.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    James A. Clifton Native American research collection are open for research.. [series]:
    Box   1 F   1
    Clifton, James A., Biographical Materials, 1987, 1999, and Obituary, 2000, 1987, 1999-2000
    Box   1 F   2
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Bibliography: “Old Northwest Indian removal, 1825-1855: a bibliography”, prepared with [the] assistance of a Research Grant from NEH, 1985
    Box   1 F   3
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Book reviews by Clifton, 1979-1987 (Scattered): American Indian and the problem of history, by Calvin Martin, ed., for publication in Ethnohistory, with a review for the same book by Dale H. Porter, 1987
    Box   1 F   4
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Book reviews by Clifton, 1979-1987 (Scattered): Arapahoe politics, 1851-1978: Symbols in crises of authority, by Loretta Fowler, in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v.6 (4), 1982
    Box   1 F   5
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Book reviews by Clifton, 1979-1987 (Scattered): Embattled Northeast: the elusive ideal of alliance in Abenaki-Euramerican relations, by Kenneth M. Morrison, in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 9 (1), 1985
    Box   1 F   6
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Book reviews by Clifton, 1979-1987 (Scattered): Indian traders on the middle border: the House of Ewing, 1827-54, by Robert A. Tennert, Jr., in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 7 (4), 1983
    Box   1 F   7
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Book reviews by Clifton, 1979-1987 (Scattered): Tribal history—an obsolete paradigm, by Edmund J. Denziger, in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 3 (4), 1979
    Box   1 F   8
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Coursepack: Indian treaties: history, ethnohistory, mythography: selected readings, for WMU Anthropology 545/41820, Indian Treaty Rights, Fall Term, 1993
    Box   1 F   9
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Introductions, Notes on Books and Articles, 1972-1989 (Scattered)
    Box   1 F   10
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Papers For Publication, 1983-1984: “Indian removal in the Old Northwest: a documentary history”, draft of documents, and notes, 1983-1984
    Box   1 F   11
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Papers For Publication, 1983-1984: “Potawtaomi of MI”, and related correspondence from Grand Rapids Inter-Tribal Council, 1984
    Box   1 F   12
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Papers For Publication, 1983-1984: “Simon Pokagon and the sand-bar case: MI Potawatomi Indians sue for Chicago’s lake front, a revised excerpt from Pokagons, 1683-1983: Catholic Potawatomi of the St. Joseph River Valley, circa 1983
    Box   1 F   13
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Papers For Publication, 1983-1984: “Star woman and other Shawnee tales”, paper copyrighted in 1983, 1983
    Box   1 F   14
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Escape, evasion, and eviction: adaptive responses of the Indians of the Old Northwest to the Jacksonian Removal Policy in the 1830s”, two draft papers, one revised, the other not, for the Conference on the American Indian and the Jacksonian Era, 1980
    Box   1 F   15
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “From bark canoes to pony herds: the Lake MI transportation revolution, 1750—1775”, for the Conference on Chicago’s Maritime Heritage, Chicago, March 2, 1984, and Correspondence to Clifton from Michael J. DeVine, November 14, 1985
    Box   1 F   16
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Issues in the study of reservation Indian personality”, revised version of a paper read at Central States Anthropological Conference, Detroit, May 18, 1963
    Box   1 F   17
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Overview of the history of federal Indian policy and the future of the US”, for the Protect American Rights and Resources (PARR) Conference, probably in WI, 1987
    Box   1 F   18
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Pioneer Methodists among the Lake Superior Chippewa”, for the American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 15, 1989
    Box   1 F   19
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Shaking the treaty tree” Notes, for the Western MI University Anthropology Dept., November 7, 1990
    Box   1 F   20
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Presentation Papers, 1963-1990 (Scattered): “Simon Pokagon and the sand bar case: MI Potawatomi Indians sue for Chicago’s lake front”, for the Early Chicago: living at the crossroads, 1780-1837, Conference, Chicago, two different, amended copies, January 24, 1987
    Box   1 F   21
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Published Articles, 1983, 1985: “Leopold Pokagon: transformative leadership on the St. Joseph River Frontier”, in Michigan History, v. 69 (5), Sept./Oct. 1985
    Box   1 F   22
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Published Articles, 1983, 1985: “Re-emergent Wyandot: a study in ethonogenesis on the Detroit River Borderland, 1747”, in Western District [: papers from the Western District Conference, Essex County [Ont.] Historical Society], 1983
    Box   1 F   23
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Remarks and Notes, Ethnohistory Panel on Acculturation, Acculturation Symposium, [after 1988]
    Box   1 F   24
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Reports for the WI Dept. of Justice for WI vs. Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Case No. 98-C-0971, and communications with John Greene, WI AG: 1) Nomenclature of Indian land title conveyances in 272 ratified treaties, 1782-1868; and 331 non-treaty instruments, 1788-1894: a research report, March 29, 2000, and related email, May 16, 2000, March 29, May 16, 2000
    Box   1 F   25
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Reports for the WI Dept. of Justice for WI vs. Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Case No. 98-C-0971, and communications with John Greene, WI AG: 2) Stockbridge-Munsee Act of February 6, 1871 (16 Stat., 404): preliminaries, implementation, and aftermath: a research report, Unedited Draft, May 2000
    Box   1 F   26
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Reports for the WI Dept. of Justice for WI vs. Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Case No. 98-C-0971, and communications with John Greene, WI AG: 3) Stockbridge-Munsee Act of June 21, 1906: preliminaries, implementation, and aftermath: a research report, June 2000, and related correspondence, June 15, and email, July 8, 2000, May 2000
    Box   1 F   27
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Research Materials, 1982, 1988-1991: 1) “Dances with Wolves”, notes, articles, newspaper clippings, 1988-1991
    Box   1 F   28
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Research Materials, 1982, 1988-1991: 2) Shawnee Tales, v. II: ornamented heads and more Shawnee tales, drafts of tales, [1982]
    Box   1 F   29
    Clifton, James A., Academic Papers: Research Materials, 1982, 1988-1991: 3) Shawnee Tales, v. III: language, vocabulary, culture, history”, Notes, notecards, and correspondence, to Clifton from Jerry A. Boling, 1982
    Box   1 F   29
    Bay Mills, Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC), Constitution and By-laws, 1936-1937
    Box   1 F   30
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs State of MI, et al., Plaintiff’s Answers to Defendant’s First Set of Interrogatories, 1998
    Box   1 F   31
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Answers of Defendants to Plaintiff’s First Interrogatories, Defendants’ First Set of Interrogatories to Plaintiff, 1998, and Supporting Documents, 1998
    Box   1 F   32
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: BMIC’s Response, Exhibits: v. 1 of 4, [1998]
    Box   1 F   33
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: BMIC’s Response, Exhibits: v. 2 of 4, [1998]
    Box   1 F   34
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: BMIC’s Response, Exhibits: v. [3 of 4] to the Affidavit of James M. McClurken, Pt. 1, [1998]
    Box   2 F   1
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: BMIC’s Response, Exhibits: v. [4 of 4] to the Affidavit of James M. McClurken, Cont. [Pt. 2], [1998]
    Box   2 F   2
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Complaint, with Affidavits of James M. McClurken [[for Defendants] and of Wayne Swartz, Pres. of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, and Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss, and Related Correspondence to Clifton, 1998
    Box   2 F   3
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Defendants’ Brief, 1998
    Box   2 F   4
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Defendants’ Objections and Answers to Plaintiff’s Response…, and Related Correspondence to Clifton, 1998
    Box   2 F   5
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Motions and Related Correspondence to Clifton, 1998
    Box   2 F   6
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: Report Pursuant to FRCP 26 (a) (2) (B): BMIC and the Charlotte Beach Trust land history of the tribal claim, by Clifton, September 29, 1998
    Box   2 F   7
    Bay Mills, BMIC vs. W. United Life Assurance Co., et al.: White, Richard. Report (Draft, 1975?) and Related Correspondence to Clifton, [1998]
    Box   2 F   8
    Bay Mills, Burt Lake Band, Materials, 1997
    Box   2 F   9
    Bay Mills, Contract [Clifton’s] with the MAG’s Office, and Related Correspondence to Clifton, and Invoice, 1997
    Box   2 F   10
    Bay Mills, Correspondence to Clifton from Amy Rosenberg, Assist. Attorney General, with Correspondence from Peninsula Legal Services, P.C., and Supporting Documents, 1997
    Box   2 F   11
    Bay Mills, Emails to Clifton from Daniel Greenberg, Assist. Attorney General, 1997
    Box   2 F   12
    Bay Mills, MI Indian Land Claims Settlement Act, [Public Law 105-143 [H.R .1604], December 15, 1997, with coversheet from Leanne B. Deuman, 1998, December 15, 1997, 1998
    Box   2 F   13
    Bay Mills, NAM to be Ordered and Researched, Notes, 1997
    Box   2 F   14
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 1 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   15
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 2 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   16
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 3 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   17
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 4 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   18
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 5 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   19
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 6 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   20
    Bay Mills, Plaintiff’s Expert Witness, James McClurken, Supporting Documents to Report (folder 7 of 7), [1998]
    Box   2 F   21
    Bay Mills, Privileged and Confidential Materials Prepared for Litigation, 1997
    Box   2 F   22
    Bay Mills, Proposal for a Forensic Ethnohistory Project for the MAG, in Connection with BMIC vs. State of MI, et al., 1997
    Box   2 F   23
    Bay Mills, Rosenthal, Dr. Harvey D., Vita of and Notes About it (Rosenthal worked on the project proposed above.), 1997
    Box   2 F   24
    Bay Mills, Tanner, Helen Hornbeck. Report: US vs. State of MI, 1974, and Related Document Notes [by Clifton?, 1998], and a few pages from her book, Ojibwa, 1992, 1974, 1992, 1998
    Box   2 F   25
    Bay Mills, White, Richard. “Burt Lake Band: an ethnohistorical report on the trust lands of Indian village”, [after 1975]
    Box   3 F   1
    Canadian Potawatomi, Acts, Treaties, Constitutions, 1946, 1962, other 20th century copies of 19th century documents, 1946, 1962, 20th century
    Box   3 F   2
    Canadian Potawatomi, Caldwell Band, Court Case, Materials, 1835, 1973-1975
    Box   3 F   3
    Canadian Potawatomi, Caldwell Band, Materials [General], 1972, 1974, undated
    Box   3 F   4
    Canadian Potawatomi, Potawatomi Indian Agency, Correspondence, 1837
    Box   3 F   5
    Canadian Potawatomi, Potawatomi Indian Agency, Correspondence, 1870-1878
    Box   3 F   6
    Canadian Potawatomi, Potawatomi Study, Correspondence to/from Clifton, 1973-1975
    Box   3 F   6
    Canadian Potawatomi, Potawatomi Study, Newspaper Clippings, 1974-1975
    Box   3 F   7
    Canadian Potawatomi, Potawatomi Study, Public Archives of Canada List, undated
    Box   3 F   8
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, COIA Letter, 1940, and Meeting Minutes of Potawatomis, Mayetta, 1940
    Box   3 F   9
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Draft of the Proposed Reorganization of the Tribal Advisory Committee of the Prairie Band of Potawatomies of KA, COIA Letter and Draft, 1932
    Box   3 F   10
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Genealogies (Family Trees), 1965
    Box   3 F   11
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KA Newspapers, Lists of in 1846-1905, undated
    Box   3 F   12
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Klamath Rorshachs and Projective Materials (folder 1 of 3), undated
    Box   3 F   13
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Klamath Rorshachs and Projective Materials (folder 2 of 3), undated
    Box   3 F   14
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Klamath Rorshachs and Projective Materials (folder 3 of 3), undated
    Box   3 F   15
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Instructions for Preparation of Field Notes, 1963
    Box   3 F   16
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), List of Citizen’s Band Members Living on Prairie Band Reservation in the 1920s (1964 copy from KUPS 16.00 folder), 1960
    Box   3 F   17
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Miscellaneous Notes, 1963
    Box   3 F   17
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Outline for Coding of Data and Study Materials, 1963
    Box   3 F   18
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Outline of a Study of Potawatomi Factionalism, [circa 1965]
    Box   3 F   19
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Research Aids, include: Instructions for Coding 1963 KUPS Census, 1964
    Box   3 F   20
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS (KA University Potawatomi Study), Research Aids, include: Lists of Households in Reservation-based Potawatomi Community, from 1963 Census, 1964
    Box   3 F   21
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Newspaper Clippings, 1951-1961, undated
    Box   3 F   22
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Potawatomi Agency, Correspondence, 1880-1883; Protests of Tribe, 1886, 1880-1883, 1886
    Box   3 F   23
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Potawatomi Bibliography, undated
    Box   3 F   24
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Potawatomi: Historical Information on Agents and Agency, Notes, undated
    Box   3 F   25
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Prairie Band of Potawatomi (Skunk Hill Band, WI), Clifton’s typed and handwritten observations of a meeting of March 23, 1974, March 29, 1974
    Box   3 F   26
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Prairie Band of Potawatomie et al. vs. Stewart L. Udall, et al., Defendants’ Answers to Interrogatories, 1964
    Box   3 F   27
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): 2 pages Indian financial statements and title page of American State Papers: Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the US, vs. II-Indian Affairs, 1827
    Box   3 F   28
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): Anonymous. “The Pottowattomi”, in Totem pole, 1952
    Box   3 F   29
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): B, 1952
    Box   3 F   30
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): D, 1952
    Box   3 F   31
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): K, 1952
    Box   3 F   32
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): L, 1952
    Box   3 F   33
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): M, 1952
    Box   3 F   34
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): P and R, 1952
    Box   3 F   35
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): S, 1952
    Box   3 F   36
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Reprints (alphabetical by surname of author, or title if no author is given): W, 1952
    Box   3 F   37
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, Sioux Dance (Dreamers on Potawatomi Reservations), in Office of Indian Affairs, Correspondence, 1881
    Box   4 F   1
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], Correspondence and Field Notes, 1962-1964
    Box   4 F   2
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 10.20 Maps, Potawatomi Locations 1958, 1962, undated
    Box   4 F   3
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 10.30 Present and Past Reservation Boundaries, 1962 Map, 1962
    Box   4 F   4
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], Field Notes (Arranged Chronologically, not Topically), 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   5
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 10.40 Present and Past Tribal Membership Distribution in Space, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   6
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.00 Field Relations, Correspondence, 1964
    Box   4 F   7
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.10 Bibliographic Sources and Materials, 1962
    Box   4 F   8
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.20 Summaries of Other Studies on Potawatomi, Correspondence re:, 1963
    Box   4 F   9
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.30 Informants, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   10
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.51 Notes on Papers to be Published, Offices and Officers: the Structure and Organization of the Potawatomi Drum Cult, undated
    Box   4 F   11
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.70 Field Research Methods, Interviews and Observations, Field Notes and Instructions, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   12
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 11.80 Historical Research, Miscellaneous, undated
    Box   4 F   13
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 12.00 Physical Geography, Field Notes and Map re: Proposed Grover Dam and Reservoir Project, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   14
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 12.10 Present Location, Dimensions of Reservation, Field Note, 1963
    Box   4 F   15
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 13.20 Beliefs and Ideas Concerning Habitat, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   16
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 13.41 Belief Settings and Inventory, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   17
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 14.10 Health, Illness and Causes of Death, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   18
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 15.00 Ethnopsychological and Interpersonal Processes, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   197
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 15.20 Control and Expression of Emotions, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   20
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 15.30 Lifehistory Materials, Field Notes, 1963-1964; References, 1928, 1963-1964, 1928
    Box   4 F   21
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 15.50 Ideal Personality, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   22
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 16.00 Demography, Notes (includes c. of List of Citizen’s Band Members Living on Prairie Band Reservation in the 1920s), 1964
    Box   4 F   23
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 16.10 Present and Past Population Data, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   24
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 16.40 Motility—Geographic Mobility (Internal), and Residential Stability, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   25
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 16.50 Out- and in-Migration, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   26
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 16.70 Adoption and Fostering, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   27
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.00 History, Acculturation, and Culture Change, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   28
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.20 KA Reservation History, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   29
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.30 Traditional History, and Ideas Concerning History, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   30
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.40 Process of Acculturation, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   31
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.41 Nature of Contact Situation, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   32
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.42 Role and Activities of Contact Agents, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   33
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.43 Nature of Inter-Cultural Communication and Role Networks, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   34
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 17.45 Resolutions and Outcomes of Acculturative Stresses, Field Note, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   35
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 18.00 Whole Culture, Field Notes, 1962
    Box   4 F   36
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 18.10 Values and Cultural Goals, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   37
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 18.33 Consensus of Degree of Normative Interview, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   38
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 18.40 Nature of Group Identify, Ethnocentrism, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   39
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.00 Language, Communication and language Substitutes, Field Notes, KA Telephone Directory, 1963
    Box   4 F   40
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.10 Language, Correspondence, 1963
    Box   4 F   41
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.11 Speech Styles—Accents, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   42
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.12 Descriptive Studies of Potawatomi Phonemics, Grammar Vocabulary, etc., Field Notes, 1963, References, 1948, 1973, 1963, 1948, 1973
    Box   4 F   43
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.14 Speech Language Forms (Rituals, etc.), Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   44
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.15 Bilingualism, and Adequacy of Grasp of Potawatomi, English and ther Languages, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   45
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.21 Gestures, Signs, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   46
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.24 Newspapers, Magazines, Reading of, etc., Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   47
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 19.241 Horton Indian Agency (KA), Newsletters (folder 1 of 2), 1962-1963
    Box   4 F   48
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.00 Food Getting, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   49
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.10 Subsistence Farming, Hunting, Fishing, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   50
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.20 Annual Cycle of Food Getting, Field Note, 1963
    Box   4 F   51
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.30 Shopping, Stores Patronized, Style of Shopping, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   52
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.40 Other Sources of Food, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   53
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 20.50 Food in Ritual and as Compensation, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   54
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 21.00 Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   55
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 21.20 Aboriginal Plants that are Cultivated or Collected, by Whom, and For What Purposes, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   56
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 21.30 Nature and Importance of Modern Agriculture, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   57
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 22.00 Food Processing and Consumption, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   58
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 23.00 Drink, Drugs, and Indulgence, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   59
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 23.10 Extent and Nature of Drinking Alcoholic Beverages, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   60
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 23.30 Sources and Use of Tobacco, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   61
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 23.40 Sources and Use of Mescal and Peyote, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   62
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 24.00 Clothing and Adornment, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   63
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 24.10 Normal Clothing, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   64
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 24.20 Special Clothing and Garments, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   65
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 24.30 Ornaments, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   66
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 25.00 Exploitation of Natural Environment (Teenagers Smoking), Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   67
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 28.00 Structures, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   68
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 28.10 Dwellings and Outbuildings, Field Notes [see 29.10], 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   69
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 28.30 Religious Structures, Field Notes [see 29.40], 1963
    Box   4 F   70
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 29.10 Grounds, Field Notes [see 32.00], 1963
    Box   4 F   71
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 29.20 Dwellings and Outbuildings, Field Notes [see 28.10], 1964
    Box   4 F   72
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 29.40 Religious Buildings or Structures, Field Notes [see 29.40], 1964
    Box   4 F   73
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 32.00 Property, Field Notes [see 32.00], 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   74
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 32.30 Real Property, Field Notes and Bid on Property, 1963, Map of Potawatomi Reservation, KA, 1962
    Box   4 F   75
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 32.50 Borrowing and Lending, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   76
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 32.60 Renting and Leasing, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   77
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 32.70 Inheritance, Field Notes, 1965
    Box   4 F   78
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.00 Exchange [Goods and Cash], Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   79
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.10 Gift Giving, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   80
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.20 Buying and Selling, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   81
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.40 Income, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   82
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.401 Potawatomi Claim Cases, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   83
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 33.60 Exchange Transactions, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   84
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 34.00 Marketing and Finance, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   85
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 35.00 Labor, Business and Industrial Organization [Part-time work], Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   86
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 35.10 Labor and Leisure, Field Notes, 1962
    Box   4 F   87
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 35.20 Div. Of Labor by Sex, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   88
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 35.30 Occupations and Internal Variation Thereof, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   89
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 36.00 Travel and Transportation, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   90
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 37.00 Living Standards and Routine, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   91
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 37.10 Standard of Living, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   92
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 37.30 Sleeping, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   93
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.00 Recreation, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   94
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.10 Leisure Time Activities, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   95
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.20 Humor, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   4 F   96
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.30 Games, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   4 F   97
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.40 Gambling, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   4 F   98
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.50 Athletic Sports, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   99
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.70 Rest Days and Holidays, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   100
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.71 Potawatomi Pow-wow, Field Notes, 1962-1965; Programs, Newspaper Clippings, and Miscellaneous, 1962-1963 1962-1965; 1962-1963
    Box   4 F   101
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 38.90 Conversation and Other Recreation, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   102
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 39.00 Fine Arts, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   103
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 39.10 Visual Arts, Painting, Beadwork, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   104
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 39.30 Drama and Dancing, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   105
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 39.40 Oratory and Harangue, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   106
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 39.50 Oral Literature, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   107
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 40.00 Entertainment, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   108
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.00 Individuation and Mobility, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   109
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.12 Indian Names and Sources Thereof (Naming Ceremonies), Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   110
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.14 Nicknames, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   111
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.15 Naming Rituals, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   112
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.30 Accumulation of Wealth, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   113
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.50 Influence and Manipulation of Cliques and Persons, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   114
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 41.60 Upward Mobility, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   115
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 42.30 By Social-Economic Class, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   116
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 42.40 By Degree of Nativism-Acculturation, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   117
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.00 Interpersonal Relations, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   118
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.10 Social Relationships and Groupings, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   119
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.20 Friendship, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   120
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.30 Cliques, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   121
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.40 Visiting and Hospitality, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   122
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.50 Societies and Clubs, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   123
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.70 Ethics, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   124
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.80 Ingroup Antagonisms, Conflict, Field Notes, 1963--1965
    Box   4 F   125
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 43.90 Ingroup Aggression, Brawls and Riots, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   126
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.00 Marriage, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   127
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.10 Basis and Regulation of Marriage, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   128
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.20 Mode of Marriage, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   129
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.30 Arranging Marriages and Nuptials, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   130
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.50 Frequency of Marriage, Divorce, Desertion, Causes of, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   131
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 44.60 Homosexual Unions, Shack-Jobs, “Indian-Style” Marriage, and Other Irregular Unions, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   132
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.00 Family, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   133
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.10 Residence, Composition of Domestic Group, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   134
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.20 Household, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   135
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.30 Family Roles and Relationships, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   136
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.40 Nuclear Family, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   137
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 45.60 Adoption (in Nuclear and Other Kin Relationships), Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   4 F   138
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 46.00 Kin Groups, Field Notes, 1963, Reference Materials, Undated, 1963, undated
    Box   4 F   139
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 46.40 Name Groups, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   140
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 46.50 Sibs, Phratries, and Moieties, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   141
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.00 Community (Intra-Trial) and External Community Relations, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   142
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.10 Community Organization (Intra-Tribal), Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   143
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.30 Councils and Officials (Intra-Tribal), Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   144
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.60 Relations of Tribal Membership to External Community, Field Notes, 1963-1964, undated
    Box   4 F   145
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.62 With State, County and Town Leaders, Councils and Officials, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   146
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.63 With Police, Field Notes and Newspaper Clippings, 1963
    Box   4 F   147
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.64 With Judiciary, Field Notes and Newspaper Clipping, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   148
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.70 Relations of Tribal Membership to Other Tribal Groups, Field Notes, 1963-1964, Kickapoo Ceremonial and Fair Advertisement, 1963, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   149
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 47.80 Relation of Tribal Membership to BIA Officials and Agencies, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   150
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 48.10 Agents of Control, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   151
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 48.20 Informal Ingroup Justice and Sanctioning, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   152
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 49.10 Constitution and By-Laws, 1961, Field Notes, 1963, 1961, 1963
    Box   4 F   153
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 49.20 Tribal Roll, 1960, Membership and Provisions for Gaining and Losing Membership, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   154
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 49.30 Tribal Officials, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   155
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 49.40 Tribal Responsibilities and Activities, Field Notes and Resolution, 1963
    Box   4 F   156
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.00 History and Acculturation, Field Notes, 1962, 1965
    Box   4 F   157
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.0211 Leadership Roles, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   158
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.022 Case Histories of “Trouble Cases”, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   159
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.10 Survey and Description of Claims Case Settlement Issues, Field Notes, 1962-1963; Newspaper Clippings, 1962, 1962-1963
    Box   4 F   160
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.12 Role of Old Council in Claims Case, Field Notes, 1963; Opinion of the Court in Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians, et al. v. the USA, 1956, 1963, 1956
    Box   4 F   161
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.13 Old Council’s Relationship to BIA, External Agents, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   162
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.14 Functions of Old Council, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   163
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.15 Influence, Activities of BIA Officials, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   164
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.16 Rise, Election, Establishment of New Council, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   165
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.17 Issues and Disputes Between Old and New Councils, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   166
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.18 Relations Between Old and New Pow-wow Clubs, Councils, Acculturated Groups, Etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   167
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.19 Interfering Actions of New and Old Councils, Petition Letter, 1958; Letters from Attorneys, 1963; Field Notes, 1964, 1958; 1963; 1964
    Box   4 F   168
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.191 Status, Business, Leadership of New Council, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   169
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.192 Current Status of Factional Dispute, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   170
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.20 Conflict at Various Structural Levels, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   171
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.22 Effect of Conflict on Pow-wow Club Activities, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   172
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.27 Effect of Conflict on any Other Goal-oriented, Traditional Behaviors, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   173
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.30 Composition of Factions, Types of Conflict and Frequency, Field Notes and Memorandum, 1963
    Box   4 F   174
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.31 Composition and Organization of Factional Groupings, Leadership, Meetings, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   175
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.32 Types and Frequency of Conflict, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   176
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.322 Covert Verbal Aggression, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   177
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.324 Avoidance and Separation, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   178
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.33 Feelings, Beliefs, Other Attitudinal or Individual Factors, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   179
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.3302 Negative Images, Field Notes, 1962-1963
    Box   4 F   180
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.331 Positive, Community Enhancing or Cohesive Attitudes, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   181
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 50.40 Sources of Conflict, Internal Strain in Social System, Field Notes, 1962, 1964
    Box   4 F   182
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 51.00 Law, Offenses and Sanctions, Field Notes, 1963, Newspaper Clipping, 1964, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   183
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 51.40 Offenses Against the Person, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   184
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 51.50 Sexual and Marital Offenses, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   185
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 51.60 Property Offenses, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   186
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 51.80 Other Offenses (against the State, Religious, Social, etc.), Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   187
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 52.00 Justice, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   188
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 53.00 Armed Forces and Military Service, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   189
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.00 Social Problems, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   190
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.10 Disasters, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   191
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.20 Defectives, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, etc., Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   192
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.40 Poverty, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   193
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.50 Prejudice and Discrimination, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   194
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 54.60 Delinquency, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   195
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 55.00 Health and Welfare, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   196
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 55.10 Hospitalization and Clinics, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   197
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 55.20 Public Health and Sanitation, Field Notes and Newspaper Clipping, 1963
    Box   4 F   198
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 55.30 Public and Private Welfare Agencies, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   199
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.00 Sickness, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   200
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.10 Disease, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   201
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.20 Mental Disease and Disorder, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   202
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.30 Theory of Disease, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   203
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.40 Sorcery and Witchcraft, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   204
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.50 “Indian Doctors” and “Indian” Medicine, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   205
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 56.70 Medical Care, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   4 F   206
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.00 Death, Field Notes (Notes here refer to a Photograph (10) in Roll#PX-9, which is not in this collection.), 1964
    Box   4 F   207
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.10 Causes of Death and Frequency of Same, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   4 F   208
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.40 Funerary Practices, Field Notes, 1963-1965, Reference Material, 1915, 1963-1965, 1915
    Box   4 F   209
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.50 Mourning, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   4 F   210
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.60 Social Readjustments to Death, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   4 F   211
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 57.70 Social Position and Importance of the Dead, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   212
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.00 Religious Beliefs, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   4 F   213
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.11B Indian Religion, Peyote- Native American Church, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   5 F   1
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.12 Other Religions, Field Notes, 1962-1964
    Box   5 F   2
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.20 Cosmology, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   3
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.30 Mythology, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   4
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.40 Spirits and Gods, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   5
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.50 Luck and Chance, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   6
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 58.60 Sacred Objects and Places, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   7
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 59.00 Religious Practices, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   8
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 59.20 Ritual, Field Notes, 1962, 1965; References, 1960, 1962, 1962, 1965; 1960, 1962
    Box   5 F   9
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 59.40 Avoidance and Taboo, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   10
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 59.50 Revelation and Divination, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   11
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 59.60 Magic, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   12
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.00 Religious Organization, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   13
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.10 Religious Personnel, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   13A
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.12 Sorcerers, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   14
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.13 Priests, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   15
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.20 Religious Groupings, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   16
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.21 Congregations, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   17
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.22 Sects, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   18
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.23 Organized Ceremonial, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   5 F   19
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.30 Alternating Religious Behavior, Participation, etc., Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   20
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.40 Religious Prejudice and Persecution, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   21
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.50 Missions, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   22
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.51 Protestant, Field Notes and Newspaper Clippings, 1963
    Box   5 F   23
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 60.52 Catholic, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   24
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 62.00 Exact Knowledge, and Ideas About Nature and Man, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   25
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 62.31 Ethnometerology, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   26
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 62.39 Ethnohistory, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   27
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 63.10 General Sexual Restrictions, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   28
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 63.20 Sexuality, Stimulation and Intercourse, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   29
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 63.40 Homosexuality, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   30
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 64.20 Conception, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   31
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 64.30 Pregnancy, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   32
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 65.10 Social Placement, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   33
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 65.20 Ceremonial During Infancy and Childhood, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   34
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 65.30 Infant Feeding and Care, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   35
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 65.60 Culture of the Child, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   36
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 65.70 Status of the Child, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   36
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.00 Socialization, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   37
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.10 Techniques of Training and Teaching, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   38
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.40 Sex Training, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   39
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.50 Aggression Training, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   40
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.70 Transmission of Social Norms, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   41
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.80 Transmission of Skills, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   42
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 66.90 Transmission of Beliefs, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   43
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 67.00 Education, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   44
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 67.10 Educational System, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   45
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 67.20 Elementary Education, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   46
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 67.40 Technical and Trade Schools, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   47
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 67.50 Higher and Professional Education, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   48
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 68.20 Status of Adolescents, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   49
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 68.30 Adolescent Activities, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   50
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 68.60 Activities of the Aged, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   51
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 68.70 Status and Treatment of the Aged, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   52
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.00 Prairie Potawatomi Drum Dance Cult-General, Coding Instructions, 1964
    Box   5 F   53
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.01 Comparative Data on Other Algonkian Drum Cults, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   54
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.10 History of Prairie Potawatomi Drum Cult, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   54
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.13 Socio-Cultural Sketches of Potawatomi Drum Cult Informants, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   55
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.14 Other Historical Sources, Field Notes, 1964-1965
    Box   5 F   56
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.20 Folklore of the Drum Cult, Field Notes, 1965
    Box   5 F   57
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.21 Origin Myths, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   58
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.22 Tales and Legends Concerning the Cult, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   59
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.23 Folklore of Individual Drums and Paraphernalia, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   60
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.30 Drum Cult Religious Beliefs and Dogma, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   61
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.31 Concept of Power, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   62
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.34 Spirits, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   63
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.35 Drum, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   64
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.38 Etiquette of the Drum, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   65
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.40 Social Structure and Organization, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   5 F   66
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.41 Name and Organization of Whole Cult, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   67
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.42 Names, Composition, Functions and Responsibilities of Action Groups, Field Notes, 1963-1965
    Box   5 F   68
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.43 Roles and Offices in Action Groups, Field Notes, 1963
    Box   5 F   69
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.46 Selection of Membership of Action Group, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   70
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.47 Teaching of Members, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   71
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.48 Symbolic Value of Members, Owner, etc., Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   72
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.50 Drum Cult Material Culture, Field Notes, 1964-1965
    Box   5 F   73
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.52 Materials Used and Sources, Field Notes, 1964-1965
    Box   5 F   74
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.53 Artistic Embellishments, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   75
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.54 Construction, Decoration and Repair, Field Notes, 1965
    Box   5 F   76
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.60 Drum Cult Rites and Rituals (General), Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   77
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.61 Ordinary Rites and Rituals, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   78
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.62 Seasonal Rites and Rituals, Field Notes, 1964-1965
    Box   5 F   79
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.63 Patterned Changes, “Drift,” Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   80
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.64 Activities After Completion of Seasonal Rites, Field Notes, 1963-1964
    Box   5 F   81
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.65 Special Rites and Rituals, Field Notes, 1963, 1965
    Box   5 F   82
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.70 Cultural Change in Cult, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   5 F   83
    Kansas (KA) Potawatomis, KUPS Field Notes: [CLOSED for 70 years until 2045!!!], 69.90 Interpretations of Significance and Functions of Cult, Field Notes, 1964
    Box   6 F   1
    Keweenaw, Baraga, Frederic, Bishop, includes: a list and copies of Baraga records from his collection in the MHS, and correspondence between Fr. Bertrand Kohnik (St. Cyril’s Catholic Church, New York, New York and Mrs. Ruby J. Shields, MHS, 1972, with additional copies of Baraga materials, [after 1972]
    Box   6 F   2
    Keweenaw, Barclay, Wade C. History of Methodist missions, in six volumes, part two…, numerous pages, incomplete, 1957
    Box   6 F   3
    Keweenaw, Biographical Citations, undated [1988]
    Box   6 F   4
    Keweenaw, Calendar of Documents for the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Compiled by Charles E. Cleland and James M. McClurken, 1988
    Box   6 F   5
    Keweenaw, [Charles E.] Cleland Abstracts, undated [1988]
    Box   6 F   6
    Keweenaw, Correspondence between COIA George W. Manypenny and Indian Agent H.C. Gilbert, 1854
    Box   6 F   7
    Keweenaw, Correspondence to Clifton from MAG, Frank J. Kelley, [re: research for clarification in the court case], 1988
    Box   6 F   8
    Keweenaw, Correspondence to Clifton from MAG, Frank J. Kelley, with a copy of his Post-Trial Brief, September 1, 1989
    Box   6 F   9
    Keweenaw, Correspondence to Clifton from MAG, Frank J. Kelley, with a copy of Bruce Greene’s (the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s) Post-Trial Brief, August 17, 1989
    Box   6 F   10
    Keweenaw, Detroit Conference Historical Messenger (Methodist), 1979, 1982, 1985 (Scattered)
    Box   6 F   11
    Keweenaw, Document Abstracts, Sent to the MAG, 1820-1845, 1988
    Box   6 F   12
    Keweenaw, Document Abstracts, Sent to the MAG, 1846-1865, 1988
    Box   6 F   13
    Keweenaw, Document Abstracts, Sent to the MAG, 1866-1899, 1988
    Box   6 F   14
    Keweenaw, Document Abstracts, Sent to the MAG, 1901-1947, 1988
    Box   6 F   15
    Keweenaw, Early history of MI with biographies of state officers, …, 1888 (many pages); Instructions to Students, and Research Correspondence,, 1988, 1988
    Box   6 F   16
    Keweenaw, General Land Office Records in MI, Paper by Greg Kinney, 1987; Related Correspondence from Kinney to John Wernet, MAG’s Office, 1988, 1987-1988
    Box   6 F   17
    Keweenaw, Instructions to Students and Research Correspondence, 1988
    Box   6 F   18
    Keweenaw, Karpinski, Louis C. Bibliography of the printed maps of MI, 1804-1880…, numerous pages, 1931
    Box   6 F   19
    Keweenaw, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. State of MI [Court Case Records]: Defendant’s Trial Brief, with Notes by Clifton, 1988
    Box   6 F   20
    Keweenaw, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. State of MI [Court Case Records]: Deposition of Charles E. Cleland, Ph.D., with notes by Clifton, October 27, 1988
    Box   6 F   21
    Keweenaw, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. State of MI [Court Case Records]: Deposition of James M. McClurken, Ph.D., with notes by Clifton, October 26, 1988
    Box   6 F   22
    Keweenaw, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. State of MI [Court Case Records]: Opinion of the Court, 1989
    Box   6 F   23
    Keweenaw, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. State of MI [Court Case Records]: Pre-trial Brief, 1988, with notes by Clifton, 1988
    Box   6 F   24
    Keweenaw, List of Documents re: Keweenaw Bay Indian Community vs. MI, comp. by Cleland and McClurken, 1988
    Box   6 F   25
    Keweenaw, List of Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988
    Box   6 F   26
    Keweenaw, Malhiot, Francis V. “WI fur-trader’s JL, 1804-05”, in WI Historical Collections, v. 19, 1910
    Box   6 F   27
    Keweenaw, Mason, L. R. Bourgeois de la compagnie du Nord-Ouest…, pp.137-174 and 307-366, 1960
    Box   6 F   28
    Keweenaw, Methodist Mission Papers, Notes re:, undated
    Box   6 F   29
    Keweenaw, MI Christian Advocate (Methodist), 1965-1966 (Scattered)
    Box   6 F   30
    Keweenaw, [MI] Lands Conveyed Prior to January 29, 1855; Baraga County Map, 1988, 1855; 1988
    Box   6 F   31
    Keweenaw, MI Map [Township 50N, Ranges #32-34; Township 51N, Ranges #31-33, or Baraga and L’anse townships of Baraga County (MI)], 1855
    Box   6 F   32
    Keweenaw, NAM-Great Lakes Region-BIA Correspondence, 1902-1924 (Scattered)
    Box   6 F   33
    Keweenaw, NAM, Lists and Notes, undated
    Box   6 F   34
    Keweenaw, Notecards, undated
    Box   6 F   35
    Keweenaw, Plaintiff Exhibits, Abstracts of, 1988
    Box   6 F   36
    Keweenaw, Records of the BIA [Mackinac Agency, Baraga and L’Anse, MI, Narrative and Statistical Reports], 1916, 1919
    Box   7 F   1
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1818-1831, 1988
    Box   7 F   2
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1832, 1988
    Box   7 F   3
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1833-1834, 1988
    Box   7 F   4
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1835-1836, 1988
    Box   7 F   5
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1837-1839, 1988
    Box   7 F   6
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1840-1841, 1988
    Box   7 F   7
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1842, 1988
    Box   7 F   8
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 1 of 2), 1843, 1988
    Box   7 F   9
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 2 of 2), 1843, 1988
    Box   7 F   10
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1844 1988
    Box   7 F   11
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1845 1988
    Box   7 F   12
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1846 1988
    Box   7 F   13
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1847 1988
    Box   7 F   14
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1848 1988
    Box   7 F   15
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 1 of 2), 1849, 1988
    Box   7 F   16
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 2 of 2), 1849, 1988
    Box   7 F   17
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1850, 1988
    Box   7 F   18
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1851, 1988
    Box   7 F   19
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1852, 1988
    Box   7 F   20
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1853, 1988
    Box   7 F   21
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 1 of 2), 1854, 1988
    Box   7 F   22
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 2 of 2), 1854, 1988
    Box   7 F   23
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 1 of 2), 1855, 1988
    Box   7 F   24
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: (folder 2 of 2), 1855, 1988
    Box   7 F   25
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1856, 1988
    Box   8 F   1
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1857-1859, 1988
    Box   8 F   2
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1860-1863, 1988
    Box   8 F   3
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1864-1865, 1988
    Box   8 F   4
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1866-1869, 1988
    Box   8 F   5
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1870-1873, 1988
    Box   8 F   6
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1874, 1988
    Box   8 F   7
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1875-1879, 1988
    Box   8 F   8
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1880-1882, 1988
    Box   8 F   9
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1883-1885, 1988
    Box   8 F   10
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1886, 1988
    Box   8 F   11
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Most of them have attached abstracts. Dates documented include: 1887, 1893, 1910, 1988
    Box   8 F   12
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: B, 1988
    Box   8 F   13
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: C, 1988
    Box   8 F   14
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: M, 1988
    Box   8 F   15
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: P, 1988
    Box   8 F   16
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: R, 1988
    Box   8 F   17
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: S, 1988
    Box   8 F   18
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: W, 1988
    Box   8 F   19
    Keweenaw, Reprints sent to the MAG, 1988. Later, most of them were Trial Exhibits. They are organized alphabetically. There are multiple items in each folder, and they do not have an attached abstract. Alphabetical folders include: Z, 1988
    Box   8 F   20
    Keweenaw, Sherman, Merle. “Geographic study of the Red Lake Chippewa Indian Band of MN”, in MN Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 30 (1), 1962
    Box   8 F   21
    Keweenaw, Smith, James G. E., Correspondence [with John Wernet, Assist. MAG, and between Wernet and Clifton], 1988
    Box   8 F   22
    Keweenaw, Summary for Testimony, undated [1988]
    Box   8 F   23
    Keweenaw, Table of Contents for Exhibits, 1988
    Box   8 F   24
    Keweenaw, Territorial Papers of the US, ed. by Clarence E. Carter, v. 12, Territory of MI, 1829-1837, numerous pages, 1945
    Box   8 F   24
    Keweenaw, Treaties with “land sold” language, 1855-1856
    Box   8 F   25
    Keweenaw, Vogel, Virgil J. Indian names in MI, numerous pages, 1986
    Box   8 F   26
    Keweenaw, Welch, Richard W. County evolution in MI, 1790-1897, numerous pages, 1972
    Box   8 F   27
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Contract and Budget (Clifton’s) with MAG 1996; Expenses and Receipt, 1996
    Box   8 F   28
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Correspondence Between Clifton and MAG’s Office, 1996
    Box   8 F   29
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Issues in MI Indian education: A preliminary research report by Clifton for the MAG, 2 versions, with typed and handwritten notes, 1996
    Box   8 F   30
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Legislation and CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), [after 1968]
    Box   8 F   31
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Littlefield, Alice, articles: “B.I.A. boarding school theories of resistance and social reproduction”, in Humanity and Society, v.13 (4), 1989
    Box   8 F   32
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Littlefield, Alice, articles: “Indian education in the world of work in MI, 1893-1933”, Chapt. 4 in Native Americans and wage labor: ethnohistorical perspectives, ed. by Littlefield and Martha C. Knack, 1996
    Box   8 F   33
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Littlefield, Alice, articles: “Learning to Labor: Native American education in the US, 1880-1930”, Chapt. 3 in the Political economy of North American Indians, ed. by John H. Moore, 1993
    Box   8 F   34
    MI Tuition Waver Project, MAG Conclusions, December 6, 1995
    Box   8 F   35
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Mount Pleasant Indian School (Mount Pleasant, MI) Documents, 1934-1996 (Scattered)
    Box   8 F   36
    MI Tuition Waver Project, Rosenthal, Harvey, Curriculum Vita, [after 1993]
    Box   9 F   1
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Illustrations, including Photographs, Maps, Overheads, and Notes, undated
    Box   9 F   2
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: NEH Grant, Notes, Correspondence to Clifton from Thron, 1982
    Box   9 F   3
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: NEH Microfilm Work, James McClurken Reports to Clifton, 1982-1983
    Box   9 F   4
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: American History, General, undated
    Box   9 F   5
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: B, undated
    Box   9 F   6
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: C, undated
    Box   9 F   7
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: D, undated
    Box   9 F   8
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: F, undated
    Box   9 F   9
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: G, undated
    Box   9 F   10
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: H, K, undated
    Box   9 F   11
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: M, undated
    Box   9 F   12
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: N, P, undated
    Box   9 F   13
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: R-T, undated
    Box   9 F   14
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Alphabetical by Author’s Surname or Topic: U-W, undated
    Box   9 F   15
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Sault Ste. Marie Indians, number in each band, 1824, 1807-1824 (Scattered), undated
    Box   9 F   16
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1825, undated
    Box   9 F   17
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: List of Potawatomoie chiefs who received annuities, 1826, undated
    Box   9 F   18
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1827, undated
    Box   9 F   19
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1828, undated
    Box   9 F   20
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1829, undated
    Box   9 F   21
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: List of mixed-blood Shawanees and Senecas of Lewiston who remain east of, and those who moved W of the MS, 1830, undated
    Box   9 F   22
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: 1831, undated
    Box   9 F   23
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster Roll of Seneca Indians emigrated W of the MS; and Seneca and Shawnee about to migrate, 1832, undated
    Box   9 F   24
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Includes Muster rolls of tribes emigrated W of the MS: Seneca and Shawanee (2 rolls); Shawnee (2 rolls), 1833; Ottoway; Potowotomy; and Pottawatomie about to emigrate; Indians composing a exploring party re:Treaty of Chicago; and JL of a Council with Menominee, Geo. Porter agent, at Green Bay, MI Territory, June 25, 1833, undated
    Box   9 F   25
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Includes: Census [names of heads of families and numbers of men, women, and children] of the Potawattomi, emigrating W of the MS (2 rolls); census of Koopay’s village (Ottawa at Grand Traverse, MI), 1834, undated
    Box   9 F   26
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Includes: Ohio Ottawa [annuities] payroll; muster roll [census] of Potowotomy W of the MS; census of tribes near Grand Stoddard (MO), 1835, undated
    Box   9 F   27
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: List of Ottawa (MI) remaining unpaid …on Grand River; JL of treaty [Ottawa-Chippewa, MI], March 28, 1836; Removal treaty of Oneidas of WI and US, September 16, 1836; Quarterly roll of Chicago Agency Putawatomie, November 30, 1836 and December 30, 1836 (2 rolls); Statement showing number of Indians removed W, November11, 1836-January 25, 1839, 1837 January-July Includes: Muster rolls of Potawatomi at Chicago Agency, 1837 (2) and 1838, undated
    Box   9 F   28
    Removal, Grant Related Materials: Articles, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster roll of Ottawa from Maume, Ohio; Register of half-breed claims allowed under MN Treaty; Register of claims paid under MN Treaty; List of Potowattomie, Ottoway, and Chippeway emigrated W of the MS, August-December 1837, undated
    Box   10 F   1
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster roll [census] of Potawatomies SW of the MO, January-July 1838, undated
    Box   10 F   2
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster roll [census] of Potawatomies W of the MS, receiving subsistence; Muster roll [census] of Pottawattamies about to emigrate W; Roll of half-breed claims under MN Treaty, August-December 1838, undated
    Box   10 F   3
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster roll [census] of emigrated Potawtomie receiving subsistence in the W, March 31,1839; January-June 1839, undated
    Box   10 F   4
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster roll [census] of Potawatomie about to emigrate W; Muster roll [census] of Shaw[nee?] from Arkansas; Muster roll of Ottowas of Maume (OH) about to emigrate W; List of students past and present at Ottawa Colony, Barry Co. (MI); Muster roll [census] of Swan Creek and Black River Chippewas W of the MS; List of claims and demands of the Weskonsan [WI] and Mohekunes [Mohicans] or Stockbridge v. the MO party; Muster roll [census] of Chippewas W of the MS; Muster roll [census] of Shawnee from Neeosho receiving provisions at Leavenworth; Census of Indians within the Saganaw [Saginaw] Sub Agency; Census of Indian population within MI; Muster roll [census] of Potawatomies receiving subsistence in the W, July-December 1839, undated
    Box   10 F   5
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Statement of number of Indians of various tribes to be removed W; Muster roll [census] of Stockbridge Indians emigrated W, 1840; List of Apakosignas Band of Little Traverse Bay, and other bands, removed W; half breed payments; two muster rolls [censuses] of Potawtomie Indians delivered at the Osage River sub agency, one on November 2, 1840 by Kercheval, Godfroy and Godfroy, and another in 1840 by A. Coquillera, undated
    Box   10 F   6
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: List of persons composing the family of J. B. Richardville, deceased, late Principal Chief of the Miami Nation, 1841, undated
    Box   10 F   7
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Censuses of the Stockbridge, Munsee, Kickapoo, Delaware, and Shawnee at Fort Leavenworth Agency; Census of the Sac and Fox at Mississippi, January-July 1842, undated
    Box   10 F   8
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Muster rolls [censuses] of the Piankashasws, Ottawa, and Potawatomi on Osage Agency; Census of Miami; Muster roll [census] of WEA on the Osage; Census of MI bands, August-December 1842, undated
    Box   10 F   9
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1843, undated
    Box   10 F   10
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1844, undated
    Box   10 F   11
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: List of Miamis permitted to remain in IN; Report of Swan Creek of Black River Indians in MI, 1845, undated
    Box   10 F   12
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Censuses of the Delaware, Christian Indians, and Shawnee in Ft. Leavenworth Agency, 1846; List of persons in family of Me shing go me zia and his brothers, 1846; List of persons in the family of Francis Godfroy, deceased, late a war chief of the Miami Nation, 1846; Lists of Miamis who emigrated from Peru (IN) and those who arrived at the Osage River; Census and statistics of various tribes within the Osage, 1846, undated
    Box   10 F   13
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Census of families in Ottawa Colony, Barry Co. (MI); Abstract of Muster roll of emigrated Miamis within the Osage River Sub Agency, 1847, undated
    Box   10 F   14
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Census returns of the Chippewa, Census return of the Potowatomi in Branch Co. (MI), 1848, undated
    Box   10 F   15
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1849, undated
    Box   10 F   16
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Census of Chippewas from L’Anse Council, 1850, undated
    Box   10 F   17
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: 1851, undated
    Box   10 F   18
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Census and roll of Christian Indians within the KA Agency, 1852, undated
    Box   10 F   19
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Census of Sault Ste. Marie bands, 1853, undated
    Box   10 F   20
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Includes: Map of NEB and KA Territories, 1854, undated
    Box   10 F   21
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Treaty, September 30, 1854; 10 Stat. 1109, proclaimed January 29, 1855, La Pointe Chippewa of Lake Superior and Mississippi and related materials Includes: Treaty with Ottawa and Chippewa, July 31, 1855, and Proceeding of July 25, 1855; and Treaty with the Chippewas of Sault Ste. Marie, August 2, 1855, undated
    Box   10 F   22
    Removal, Documents, in Chronological Order, undated copies: Post-1855 [1856-1980, Scattered] Includes: Treaty with Chippewa of Saginaw, Swan Creek, and Black River, October 18, 1864, undated
    Box   10 F   23
    Removal, Removal Documents, Topical, in Alphabetical Order: Key Names, undated
    Box   10 F   24
    Removal, Removal Documents, Topical, in Alphabetical Order: Oneidas, Documents, 1839-1888 (Scattered), undated
    Box   10 F   25
    Removal, Removal Documents, Topical, in Alphabetical Order: Theoretical, v. I, Elites, Notes, undated [1982-1983]
    Box   10 F   26
    Removal, Removal Documents, Topical, in Alphabetical Order: US History Books Which Do Not Discuss Indian Removal, undated [1982-1983]
    Box   11 F   1
    Reprints, Abel, Annie H. “Indian reservations in KA and the extinguishment of their title,” in Transactions of the KA State Historical Society, v. 8, 1903-1904
    Box   11 F   2
    Reprints, Abel, Annie H., Clifton’s notes on Abel’s writing, undated [1980s?]
    Box   11 F   4
    Reprints, Ackernecht, Erwin H. “White Indians”: psychological and physiological peculiarities of white children abducted and reared by North American Indians,” in Bulletin of the History of Medicine, v. 15, 1944
    Box   11 F   5
    Reprints, Topic: Aitken, Alfred, Murder of by a Chippewa at Sandy Lake (WI), 1836-1837, 1851; Notes [Clifton’s?], undated, 1836-1837, 1851; undated
    Box   11 F   6
    Reprints, [Alexander, A.] “Indian affairs,” in Princeton Review, v. 10, 1838
    Box   11 F   7
    Reprints, Topic: American Indian Movement (AIM). Peyer, Bernd C. “Who is afraid of AIM?,” in Indian in Europe, Christian Teest, ed., 1987
    Box   11 F   8
    Reprints, Anderson, Gary C. “Removal of the Mdewakanton Dakota in 1837: a case for Jacksonian paternalism,” in SD History, v. 10, 1980
    Box   11 F   9
    Reprints, Anderson, Harry H. “Fur traders as fathers: the origins of the mixed-blooded community among the Rosebud Sioux,” in SD History, v. 3, 1973
    Box   11 F   10
    Reprints, Anderson, Myrdene. “Transformations of centre and periphery for the Saami in Norway,” in Anthropologica, v. 29, 1987
    Box   11 F   11
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: Chapt. 3 of “Indian affairs,” in American Annual Register, v. 2, 1827-1829
    Box   11 F   12
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Condition of the American Indians,” in Eclectic Review, v. 52, 1830
    Box   11 F   13
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -Chapt. 2 of “Indian affairs,” in American Annual Register, v. 6, 1830-1831
    Box   11 F   14
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -Article V. -- “Indians, and our relations with them,” in Boston Qly Review, v. 2, 1839
    Box   11 F   15
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Our Indian policy (with a map),” US Democratic Review, v. 14, 1844
    Box   11 F   16
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Administration of Indian affairs,” in US Democratic Review, v. 18, 1845
    Box   11 F   17
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Article VI. – “American Indians,” in Commercial Review of the South and W, v. 5, 1848
    Box   11 F   18
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Indian trade of Rock River Valley,” in WI Magazine of History, 1918
    Box   11 F   19
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Sac and Fox Indian Council of 1841,” in Annals of Iowa, v. 12, 1920
    Box   11 F   20
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -[Addenda] “KA agencies,” in KA Historical Qly, Collections of the KA State Historical Society, v. 16, 1923-1925
    Box   11 F   21
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -[Document] “JL of an emigrating party of Pottawattomie Indians, 1838,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 21, 1925
    Box   11 F   22
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Indian affairs of the Iowa region, 1827-1830,” in Annals of Iowa, v. 16 (3rd Series), 1927
    Box   11 F   23
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Centennial of [the] removal of the Potawatomi,” in IN History Bulletin, v. 15 (8), 1938
    Box   11 F   24
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -[Documents] Removal of Indians from Ohio: Dunihue correspondence of 1832,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 35, 1939
    Box   11 F   25
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Bibliography on Iowa Indians,” in Palimpsest, v. 50, 1969
    Box   11 F   26
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Organizational performance and the social meaning of organizational forms: some lessons from Latin American Protestants,” an unpublished paper, submitted to Clifton in 1982, 1982
    Box   11 F   27
    Reprints, Anonymous Authors, in chronological order: -“Spiderman and the Burma raiders – collateral organization theory in Action,” an unpublished, revised paper, submitted to Clifton in 1982, 1982
    Box   11 F   28
    Reprints, Anson, Bert. “Chief Francis Lafontaine and the Miami emigration from IN,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 60, 1964
    Box   11 F   29
    Reprints, Armstrong, Benjamin C. “Reminiscences of life among the Chippewa (Parts 1-4), in WI Magazine of History, v. 55 (3-4), 1972-v.56 (1-2), 1972-1973
    Box   11 F   30
    Reprints, Assikinack, Francis, a warrior of the Odahwahs [sic]. “Legends and traditions of the Odahwah Indians,” in Canadian JL of Science, Literature and History, v. 3 (14), 1858
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    Reprints, Atkinson, Henry. “Letter from General Atkinson to Colonel Hamilton [Re: negotiations with the Indians in 1825],” in NEB History, v. 5, 1822
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    Reprints, Atwater, Caleb. pp. 32-37, 60-69, 144-145, 200-201 of Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City, in 1829, 1831
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    Reprints, Axtell, James, and William C. Sturtevant. [Notes and Documents] “Unkindest cut, or who invented scalping?,” in William and Mary Qly, (3rd Series), v. 37, 1980
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    Reprints, Babcock, Willoughby M., Jr. “Major Lawrence Taliaferro, Indian agent,” in JL of American History, v. 11, 1925
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    Reprints, Babcock, Willoughby M., Jr. “With Ramsey to Pembinja: a treaty-making trip in 1851,” in MN History, v. 38, 1962
    Box   11 F   36
    Reprints, Bahr, Donald. -pp. 8-30, 38-40 of an untitled paper comparing and discussing Papago and Delaware Prophet Story versus myth, undated
    Box   11 F   37
    Reprints, Bahr, Donald. -(with Susan Fenger) “Indians and missions: homage to and debate with Rupert Costo and Jeanette Henry,” a reprint from JL of the Southwest, v. 31 (3), 1989
    Box   11 F   38
    Reprints, Baird, W. David. “Reduction of a people: the Quapaw removal, 1832-1834,” in Red River Valle Historical Review, v. 1 (1), 1974
    Box   11 F   39
    Reprints, Barnes, J. A. “Indigenous politics and colonial administration with special reference to Australia,” in Comparative Studies In Society and History, 1960
    Box   11 F   40
    Reprints, Barnes, Lela. -“Isaac McCoy and the Treaty of 1821,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 5, 1936
    Box   11 F   41
    Reprints, Barnes, Lela. -“JL of Isaac McCoy for the Exploring Expedition of 1830,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 5, 1936
    Box   11 F   42
    Reprints, Barrows, William. “Half-breed Indians of North America,” in Andover Review, v. 12, 1889
    Box   11 F   43
    Reprints, Barry, Louise. “William Clark’s Diary, May, 1826-February, 1831, edited by Louise Barry,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 16 (1), 1948
    Box   11 F   44
    Reprints, Bauman, Robert F. “KA, Canada or starvation,” in MI History, v. 36, 1952
    Box   11 F   45
    Reprints, Bauman, Robert F. “Last Ottawa,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 24, 1951-1952
    Box   11 F   46
    Reprints, Bauman, Robert F. “Migration of the Ottawa Indians from the Maumee Valley to Walpole Island,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 21, 1949
    Box   11 F   47
    Reprints, Bauman, Robert F. “Removal of the Indians from the Maumee Valley: a selection from the Dresden W. H. Howard Papers, edited by Robert F. Bauman,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 30, 1957/58
    Box   11 F   48
    Reprints, Becker, Marshall J. [Notes and Documents] “Hannah Freeman: an eighteenth-century Lenape living and working among colonial farmers,” in PA Magazine of History and Biography, v. 114 (2), 1990, and draft of paper, undated [1990], 1990, [1990]
    Box   11 F   49
    Reprints, Beckwith, H. W. pp.149-150 [re: emigration of the Pottawatomies from the Wabash, 1838] of History of Vermilion County…, 1879
    Box   11 F   50
    Reprints, Bee, Robert L. [Research written for projects which were directed by Clifton]: Peyotism in North American Indian groups,” a reprint from Transactions of the KA Academy of Science, v. 68 (1), 1965
    Box   11 F   51
    Reprints, Bee, Robert L. [Research written for projects which were directed by Clifton]: “Potawatomie peyotism: the influence of traditional patterns,” in Southwestern JL of Anthropology, v. 22, 1965
    Box   11 F   52
    Reprints, Beno, Mike. “Treaty troubles” [re: WI spear-fishing], in Audubon, May 1991
    Box   11 F   53
    Reprints, Berkhofer, Robert F., Jr. “Political context of a new Indian history,” in Pacific Historical Review, v. 40, 1971
    Box   11 F   54
    Reprints, Berthong, Donald J. “John Beach and the removal of the Sauk and Fox from Iowa,” in Iowa JL of History, v. 54 (4), 1956
    Box   11 F   55
    Reprints, Topic: Bibliographies re: Indians (several), circa 1989-1992
    Box   11 F   56
    Reprints, Topic: Bibliography re: Anthropology, includes a Syllabus of Dr. Zieba Shorish-Shamley for Anthropology 490: Writing Culture, 1991
    Box   11 F   57
    Reprints, Topic: Bibliography re: Removal. Weil, Jim. “Annotated bibliography: converging global culture,” an unpublished paper, 1989
    Box   11 F   58
    Reprints, Bieder, Robert E. “Scientific attitudes toward Indian mixed-bloods in early nineteenth-century America,” in JL of Ethnic Studies, v. 8 (2), 1980
    Box   11 F   59
    Reprints, Bilotta, James D. “Manifest destiny and the Five Civilized Tribes,” in Indian Historian, v. 10 (3), 1977
    Box   11 F   60
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. [Book Review Article] of American Indian and the problem of culture, Calvin Martin, ed., 1986, in American Indian Qly, 1989
    Box   11 F   61
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. “American Indian and the problem of culture,” a paper to be pub. in American Indian Qly, 1989
    Box   11 F   62
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. Biolsi’s Curriculum Vitae, 1987
    Box   11 F   63
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. Biolsi’s Syllabus for Anthropology 3149Q: American Indians and the Colonial Encounter, 1987
    Box   11 F   64
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. “Ecological and cultural factors in Plains Indian warfare,” in Warfare, Culture and Environment, 1984
    Box   11 F   65
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. Grant Proposal to the National Science Foundation, titled “Federal administration of Pine Ridge and Standing Rock Sioux reservations, 1870-1940: a study of state penetration,” 1982
    Box   11 F   66
    Reprints, Biolsi, Thomas J. “Organizing the Lakota: the Indian New Deal,” a paper detailing a proposed project in order to write a book, undated
    Box   11 F   67
    Reprints, Bishop, Charles A. “Emergence of hunting territories among the Northern Ojibwa,” in Ethnology, v. 9 (1), 1970
    Box   11 F   68
    Reprints, Bishop, Charles A. “Limiting access to limited goods: the origins of stratification in interior British Columbia,” Chapt. 12, from Proceedings of the 1979 American Ethnological Society Meeting (1983), and note from Bishop to Clifton, May 2, 1984, 1979, (1983), May 2, 1984
    Box   11 F   69
    Reprints, Bishop, Charles A. “Territoriality among Northeastern Algonquians,” in Anthropologica, v. 28 (1-2), 1986
    Box   11 F   70
    Reprints, Blackburn, George M. “Foredoomed to failure: the Manistee Indian Station,” in MI History, v. 53 (1), 1969
    Box   11 F   71
    Reprints, Blackburn, George M. “George Johnston and the Sioux-Chippewa boundary survey,” in MI History, v. 51 (4), 1967
    Box   11 F   72
    Reprints, Blackburn, George M. “George Johnston Indian agent and copper hunter,” in MI History, v. 54 (2), 1970
    Box   11 F   73
    Reprints, Blegen, Theodore C. pp. 95, 164-173 of MN: a history of the state, 1975
    Box   11 F   74
    Reprints, Blegen, Theodore C. and Theodore L. Nydahl. pp. 30-65 of MN history: a guide to reading and study, 1960
    Box   11 F   75
    Reprints, Bolt, Christine. [Review Article] “Return of the native: some reflexions [sic] on the history of American Indians,” in JL of American Studies, v. 8 (9), 1974
    Box   11 F   76
    Reprints, Bolt, Robert. “Reverend Leonard Slater in the Grand River Valley,” in MI History, v. 51 (3), 1967
    Box   11 F   77
    Reprints, Bourassa, J. N., a Pottawamie. “Life of Wah-bahn-se: the warrior chief of the Pottawatamies,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 38, 1972
    Box   11 F   78
    Reprints, Bremer, Richard G. “Henry Rowe Schoolcraft: explorer in the MS Valley, 1818-1832,” in WI Magazine of History, 1982
    Box   11 F   79
    Reprints, Broeck, Joseph A. “Old Keweenaw,” in Historical Collections of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v. 30, 1905
    Box   11 F   80
    Reprints, Brown, Elizabeth G. “Lewis Cass and the American Indian,” in MI History, v. 37, 1953
    Box   11 F   81
    Reprints, Brown, Kent R. “Re-creating history; the Trail of Tears,” in Players Magazine, v. 51, 1976
    Box   11 F   82
    Reprints, Brown, Lizzie M. “Pacification of the Indians of IL after the War of 1812,” in IL State Historical Society JL, v. 7, 1916
    Box   11 F   83
    Reprints, Brown, Taggart. “WI Indian land cessions,” in WI Archeologist, v. 10 (3), 1936
    Box   11 F   84
    Reprints, Brunger, Ronald A. p. 57 from John H. Pitezel - pioneer missionary on Lake Superior, 1969. 1979
    Box   11 F   85
    Reprints, Brunson, Alfred. pp. 80-87, 144-165,192-195 of Western pioneer: or, incidents of the life and times of Rev. Alfred Brunson…, v. II, 1879
    Box   11 F   86
    Reprints, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). Anthropological report of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa of MI, and attachments, 1979
    Box   11 F   87
    Reprints, Burk, Jerry L. “OK Seminole Indians: origin, history and pan-Indianism,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 51 (2), 1973
    Box   11 F   88
    Reprints, Caldwell, Helen N. “Indian reminiscence,” in MI Historical Commission, MI Historical Collections, v. 21, 1892
    Box   11 F   89
    Reprints, Calloway, Colin G., “Arapaho renegade: Robert North and the Plains Indian wars of the 1860s,” Essay One in Essays and monographs in Colorado history, 1984
    Box   11 F   90
    Reprints, Calloway, Colin G., “Neither white nor red: white renegades on the American Indians Frontier,” in Western Historical Qly, v. 17 (1), 1986
    Box   11 F   91
    Reprints, Calloway, Colin G., “Rhode Island renegade: the enigma of Joshua Tefft,” in Rhode Island History, v. 43 (4), 1984
    Box   11 F   92
    Reprints, Calloway, Colin G., Clifton’s notes on Calloway’s articles, undated [after 1986?]
    Box   11 F   93
    Reprints, Campisi, Jack. “Anthropology and federal recognition claims,” a paper presented at the Second Annual Native American Law Conference, Cornell University, April 16, 1981
    Box   11 F   94
    Reprints, Campisi, Jack. “Iroquois and the Euro-American concept of tribe,” an unpublished paper, undated [after 1978]
    Box   11 F   95
    Reprints, Canfield, Francis X. “Diocese so vast: Bishop Rese in Detroit,” in MI History, v. 51, 1967
    Box   11 F   96
    Reprints, Carlson, Alvar W. “Bibliography of the geographical literature on the American Indian, 1920-1971,” in Professional Geographers, v. 24, 1972
    Box   11 F   97
    Reprints, Carrithers, Michael. [Book review of] Works and lives: the anthropologist as author, by Geertz, 1988, in Anthropology Today, v. 4 (4), 1988
    Box   11 F   98
    Reprints, Cass, Lewis. Considerations on the present state of the Indians and their removal to the W of the MS, 1828, [repub. 1975]
    Box   11 F   99
    Reprints, Cass, Lewis. Inquiries respecting the history, traditions, languages, manners, customs, religion, and etc. of the Indians, living within the US, 1823
    Box   11 F   100
    Reprints, Cass, Lewis. “Indians of North America,” in North American Review, New Series, v. 13, 1826
    Box   11 F   101
    Reprints, Cass, Lewis. “Removal of the Indians,” in North American Review, v. 30, 1830
    Box   11 F   102
    Reprints, Cauthers, Janet H. “North American Indian as portrayed by American and Canadian historians, 1830-1930,” a dissertation abstract, 1974
    Box   11 F   103
    Reprints, Topic: Census Data of MI and WI’s Indians, 1990
    Box   11 F   104
    Reprints, Chambers, John. “Sac and Fox Indians and the Treaty of 1842,” in Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 10, 1912
    Box   11 F   105
    Reprints, Chambers, John. “Letters of Governor John Chambers on Indian Affairs, 1845,” in Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 19, 1921
    Box   11 F   106
    Reprints, Champagne, Duane. “Delaware revitalization movement of the early 1760s: a suggested reinterpretation,” in American Indian Qly, v. 12 (2), 1988
    Box   11 F   107
    Reprints, Chapman, Berlin B. “Nemaha half-breed reservation,” in NEB History Magazine, v. 38, 1957
    Box   11 F   108
    Reprints, Chapman, Berlin B. “Removal of the Osages from KA,” in KA Historical Qly, v.7, 1938
    Box   11 F   109
    Reprints, Chippewa Annuity Pay Rolls for Lake Superior, Interior WI, 1850-1852, from NAM RG75, M390 Roll 1, [after 1941]
    Box   11 F   110
    Reprints, Chronicle of Higher Education. “US historians search for proper depiction of American Indians” (pp. 7, 13), April 15, 1987
    Box   11 F   111
    Reprints, Chroust, Anton-Hermann. “Did President Jackson actually threaten the Supreme Court of the US with nonenforcement of its injunction against the State of Georgia?,” in American JL of Legal History, v. 4, 1960
    Box   11 F   112
    Reprints, Clark, Blue. “Chickasaw colonization in OK,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 54 (1), 1976
    Box   11 F   113
    Reprints, Clark, Dan E. “Indians of Iowa in 1842,” in Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 13, 1915
    Box   11 F   114
    Reprints, Clark, Jerry E. “Anthropology: a system model of Shawnee Indian migration,” in Transactions of the NEB Academy of Sciences, v. 7, 1979
    Box   11 F   115
    Reprints, Clark, Jerry E. Shawnee, 1977
    Box   11 F   116
    Reprints, Claspy, Everett. “Potawatomi Indians” (pp. 106-136) of Dowagiac-Sister Lakes Resort area and more about its Potawatomi Indians, 1970
    Box   11 F   117
    Reprints, Claspy, Everett. Potawatomi Indians of southwestern MI, 1966
    Box   11 F   118
    Reprints, Clayton, James L. American Fur Company: the final years,” a dissertation abstract, 1964
    Box   11 F   119
    Reprints, Clayton, James L. “Impact of traders’ claims on the American fur trade,” in Frontier in American development: essays in honor of Paul Wallace Gates, David M. Ellis, ed., [1969]
    Box   11 F   120
    Reprints, Cleland, Charles E. -Curriculum Vitae, 1992
    Box   11 F   121
    Reprints, Cleland, Charles E. “From ethnohistory to archaeology: Ottawa and Ojibwa Band territories of the Northern Great Lakes,” pp. 97-100 of Chapt. 8, in Text-aided archaeology, ed. by Barbara J. Little, 1992
    Box   11 F   122
    Reprints, Cleland, Charles E. “Indian treaties and American myths: roots of social conflict over treaty Rights,” in Native Studies Review, v. 6 (2), 1992
    Box   11 F   123
    Reprints, Cleland, Charles E. “Inland shore fishery of the Northern Great Lakes: its development and importance in prehistory,” in American Antiquity, v. 47 (4), 1982
    Box   11 F   124
    Reprints, Clow, Richmond L. “Sioux Nation and Indian Territory: the attempted removal of 1876,” in SD History, v. 6 (4), 1976
    Box   11 F   125
    Reprints, Coffinbury, S. C. “Incidents connected with the first settlement of Nottawa-Sippe Prairie in St. Joseph County” [MI], in Historical Collections of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v. 2, 1877-1878
    Box   11 F   126
    Reprints, Cohen, Daniel. “Tribal enterprisein Atlantic, v. 264, 1989
    Box   11 F   127
    Reprints, Cohen, Felix S. “Americanizing the white man,” reprint from American Scholar, v. 21, 1951-1952
    Box   11 F   128
    Reprints, Colgrove, Kenneth W “Attitude of Congress toward the pioneers of the W, 1820-1850,” Chapt 1: Relations between the pioneers and the Indians, in Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 9, 1911
    Box   11 F   129
    Reprints, Colson, Elizabeth. “Indian reservations and the American social system,” in Northwest Anthropological Research Notes, v. 5, 1971
    Box   11 F   130
    Reprints, Topic: Confederate treaties: Franks, Kenny A. “Analysis of the Confederate treaties with the Five Civilized Tribes,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 51, 1972-1973
    Box   11 F   131
    Reprints, Topic: Confederate treaties: Franks, Kenny A. “Implementation of the Confederate treaties with the Five Civilized Tribes,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 51, 1973
    Box   11 F   132
    Reprints, Topic: Confederate treaties: McNeil, Kinnith. “Confederate treaties with the tribes of Indian Territory,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 42, 1964-1965
    Box   11 F   133
    Reprints, Copway, George. Life, history and travels of Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh (George Copway), a young Indian chief of the Ojebwa Nation …, pp.64-87 and 124-127, 1847
    Box   11 F   134
    Reprints, Cornell, George L. Unconquered nations: the native peoples of MI, pp. [24]-40, [after 1986]
    Box   11 F   135
    Reprints, Topic: (Federal) Court Decisions: Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, et al. vs. Lester P. Voight, et al., WI, Notes, Court Record (partial), and Decision [US Court of Appeals, 7th District], 1983
    Box   11 F   136
    Reprints, Topic: (Federal) Court Decisions: Philip Brendale, et al. vs. the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakima Indian Nation, et al., opinion in US Law Week, v. 57 (50), 1989
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    Reprints, Crapanzano, Vincent. Book review in American Anthropologist, v. 86, 1984, of: Lives: an anthropological approach to biography, by L. L. Langness and Geyla Frank, 1981; Life histories and psychobiography: explorations in theory and method, by William M. Runyan,1982; Carmen: the autobiography of a Spanish woman, by Hans C. Buechler and Judith-Maria Buechler, 1981; Son of Tecun Uman: a aya Indian tells his life story, by James D. Sexton, ed., 1981; and Nisa: the life and words of a !Kung woman, by Marjorie Shostak, 1981), 1984
    Box   12 F   2
    Reprints, Crumley, Carole L. “Study of the effectiveness of missionaries among the Saginaw Chippewa (1820-1860),” an unpublished paper, 1968, and note to Clifton, November 27, 19[68?]
    Box   12 F   3
    Reprints, Coues, Elliott. Genealogy tables (2 pp.), from History of the expedition under the command of Lewis and Clarke…, 1893
    Box   12 F   4
    Reprints, Cumming, John. “Puritan among the Chippewa,” in MI History, v. 51, 1967 [re: Rev. Abel Bingham], 1967
    Box   12 F   5
    Reprints, Current, Richard N. Arguing with historians: essays on the historical and the unhistorical, cover, pp. 162-173 and 194-197, 1987
    Box   12 F   6
    Reprints, Custer, Milo. “Kannekuk or Keenakuk, the Kickapoo prophet,” in JL of the IL State Historical Society, v. 11 (1), 1918
    Box   12 F   7
    Reprints, Danzinger, Edmund J., Jr. “Crow Creek experiment: an aftermath of the Sioux War of 1862,” in North Dakota History, v. 37 (2), 1970
    Box   12 F   8
    Reprints, Danzinger, Edmund J., Jr. “They would not be moved: the Chippewa Treaty of 1854,” in MN History, Spring, 1973
    Box   12 F   9
    Reprints, Davidson, William C., “Sam Houston and the Indians: a rhetorical study of the man and the myth," a dissertation abstract, 1971
    Box   12 F   10
    Reprints, Davis, Kenneth P. “Cherokee removal, 1835-1838,” in Tennessee Historical Qly, v. 32 (4), 1973
    Box   12 F   11
    Reprints, Day, Gordon M. “Indian as an ecological factor in the northeastern forest,” in Ecology, v. 34 (2), 1953
    Box   12 F   12
    Reprints, Day, J. E. “Sketch of Peter Naw-Gaw-Nee: a celebrated Indian of the Isabella County [MI] reservation,” in Historical Collection of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v. 27, 1897
    Box   12 F   13
    Reprints, Derr, Bernard J. “History of the Chippewa Nation to 1856,” cover page and table of contents (3 pp.) of a thesis, 1940
    Box   12 F   14
    Reprints, DeRosier, Arthur H. “Thomas Jefferson and the removal of the Choctaw Indians,” in Southern Qly v. 1, 1962
    Box   12 F   15
    Reprints, Dickey, Charles, Col. “Correspondence of Colonel Charles Dickey with various persons with regard to the history of the Indians who formerly lived in Calhoun County” [Mich.], in Historical Collection of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v.3, 1879-1880
    Box   12 F   16
    Reprints, Dillon, John B. “National decline of the Miami Indians,” in IN Historical Society Publications, v. 1, 1897
    Box   12 F   17
    Reprints, DNI (a PA newspaper, four articles), 1832-1834
    Box   12 F   18
    Reprints, Donohue, Arthur T. “History of the early Jesuit missions in KA,” Introduction to thesis (2 pp.), copied from microfilm, 1940
    Box   12 F   19
    Reprints, Downes, R. C. “Ottawa Indians and the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 24, 1952
    Box   12 F   20
    Reprints, Driedger, Leo. “Native rebellion and Mennonite invasion: an examination of two Canadian river valleys,” in Mennonite Qly Review, v. 46 (3), 1972
    Box   12 F   21
    Reprints, Drinnon, Richard. “Metaphysics of empire building: American Imperialism in the age of Jefferson and Monroe,” in Massachusetts Review, v. 16, 1975
    Box   12 F   22
    Reprints, Drummond, A. M., and Richard Moody, “Indian treaties: the first American dramas,” in Qly JL of Speech, v. 39, 1953
    Box   12 F   23
    Reprints, Dunham, Douglas. “Rix Robinson and the Indian land cession of 1836,” in MI History, v. 36, 1952
    Box   12 F   24
    Reprints, Dustin, Fred. “Treaty of Saginaw, 1819,” in MI History Magazine, v. 4, 1920
    Box   12 F   25
    Reprints, Eaton, David W. “Echos of Indian emigration,” three papers, in MO Historical Review, v. 8, 1913-1914
    Box   12 F   26
    Reprints, Eccles, W. J. “French forces in North America during the Seven Years’ War,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 1966
    Box   12 F   27
    Reprints, Topic: Edmonds, John Worth (1799-1874), biographical material from various reference sources, undated
    Box   12 F   28
    Reprints, Edmunds, R. David. “”Designing men, seeking a fortune”: Indian traders and the Potawatomi claims payment of 1836,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 77, 1981
    Box   12 F   29
    Reprints, Edmunds, R. David. “Potawatomis in the Platte Country: an Indian removal incomplete,” in MO Historical Review, v. 78 (4), 1974
    Box   12 F   30
    Reprints, Edmunds, R. David. “Prairie Potawatomi removal of 1833,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 68, 1972
    Box   12 F   31
    Reprints, Ellis, David M., ed. Foreword and four essays from Frontier in American development, 1969
    Box   12 F   32
    Reprints, Ely, Edmund F. Agreement, 1836, and Correspondence, 1850-1856, in the Ely Collection, A.L.S., 1836; 1850-1856
    Box   12 F   33
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Axtell, James. “Ethnohistory: an historian’s viewpoint,” a paper delivered at the Ethno History Society Meeting, Chicago, 1977
    Box   12 F   34
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Axtell, James. “Ethnohistory of early America: a review essay,” in William and Mary Qly, (3rd Series), v. 35, 1978
    Box   12 F   35
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Carmack, Robert M.”Ethnohistory: a review of its development, definitions, methods, and aims,” in Annual Review of Anthropology, v. 1, 1972
    Box   12 F   36
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Fenton, William N. “Huronia: an essay in proper Ethnohistory,” a review of Children of Aataentsic: a history of the Huron people to 1660, by Trigger, Bruce G., in American Anthropologist, v. 80, 1978
    Box   12 F   37
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Hudson, Charles. “Historical approach in anthropology,” Chapt. 3 in Handbook of social and cultural anthropology, Honigman, John J., ed., 1973
    Box   12 F   38
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Price, John A. “New books on Indian-white relationships in Canada,” in Reviews in Anthropology, Spring 1979
    Box   12 F   39
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Ronda, Jeanne, and James P. Ronda. “As they were faithful”: Chief Hendrick Aupaumut and the struggle for Stockbridge survival, 1757-1830,” a paper for the Dept. of History, Youngstown State University, undated
    Box   12 F   40
    Reprints, Topic: Ethnohistory Essays, 1968, 1970-1979 (Scattered), undated: Studevant, William C. “Anthropology, history, and ethnohistory, in Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, by Clifton, 1967, c. 1968
    Box   12 F   41
    Reprints, Evarts, Jeremiah. “Indian affairs,” Chapt. 3 in American Annual Register, v. 5, 1829-1830
    Box   12 F   42
    Reprints, Evarts, Jeremiah. Removal of the Indians…, 1830 [Critique of L. Cass’ position on removal.], 1830
    Box   12 F   43
    Reprints, Evarts, Jeremiah. Removal of the Indians (Oct. 1830), in North American Review, v. 258 (4), 1973-1974
    Box   12 F   44
    Reprints, Ewers, John C. “Mothers of the mixed-bloods: the marginal woman in the history of the Upper MO,” in Probing the American W: Papers from the Santa Fe Conference on the History of Western American, conference proceedings, ed. by Toole, K. Ross, et al., 1962
    Box   12 F   45
    Reprints, Faben, W. W. “Indians of the tri-state area: the Miamis, 1654-1752,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 41, 1969
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    Reprints, Faben, W. W. “Indians of the tri-state area: the Potowatomis, the removal,” in Northwest Ohio Qly, v. 40, 1968
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    Reprints, Fallers, Lloyd. “Predicament of the modern African chief: an instance from Uganda,” in American Anthropologist, v. 57, 1955
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    Reprints, Faust, Richard H. “William Medill: COIA, 1845-1849,” in Old Northwest, v. 1, 1975
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    Reprints, Feathersonhaugh, George W. Introduction and Chapt.s 14-15 and 17-19, from Canoe voyage up the Minnay Sotor…WI…Cherokee Country…, 1847, [reprinted in], 1970
    Box   12 F   50
    Reprints, Felcher, Alpheus. “Indians of MI and the cession of their lands to the US by Treaties,” in Historical Collection of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v. 26, 1896
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    Reprints, Fenton, William N. “Ethnohistory and its problems,” in Ethnohistory, v. 9, 1962
    Box   12 F   52
    Reprints, Fensten, Joseph J. “Indian removal,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 11, 1933
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    Reprints, Ferguson, Roger J. “White River IN Delawares: an ethnohistoric synthesis, 1795-1867,” a dissertation abstract, 1972
    Box   12 F   54
    Reprints, Ferris, Ida M. “Sauks and Foxes in Franklin and Osage counties, KA,” in Collections of the KA State Historical Society, 1909-1910, pub. in 1910, 1910
    Box   12 F   55
    Reprints, Flores, Dan. “Bison ecology and bison diplomacy: the Southern Plains from 1800-1850,” in JL of American History, v. 78 (2), Sept. 1991
    Box   12 F   56
    Reprints, Fiedler, Betty. “Black Hawk Treaty,” from Annual of Iowa, v. 32, 1955
    Box   12 F   57
    Reprints, Fightmaster, Maxine. “Sacred Heart Mission among the Potawatomi Indians,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 50 (2), 1972
    Box   12 F   58
    Reprints, Topic: Film Depictions of Indians, Critique Notes, [after 1988]
    Box   12 F   59
    Reprints, Firth, Raymond. “Spiritual aroma: religion and politics,” in American Anthropologist, v. 83, 1981
    Box   12 F   60
    Reprints, Fisher, Robert L. “Treaties of Portage Des Sioux,” in JL of American History, MS Valley Historical Review, v. 19, 1933
    Box   12 F   61
    Reprints, Flanagan, Thomas. “Louis Riel and the dispersion of the American Metis,” in MN History, v. 49, 1985
    Box   12 F   62
    Reprints, Fogelson, Raymond D. Cherokees: a critical biography, 1978
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    Reprints, Fogelson, Raymond D. “Windigo goes south: Stoneclad [giants] among the Cherokees,” in Manlike monsters on trial… Marjorie Halpin and Michael M. Ames, editors, 1980
    Box   12 F   64
    Reprints, Foley, William E. and Charles D. Rice, “Pierre Chouteau, entrepreneur as Indian Agent,” in MO Historical Review, v. 72 (4), 1978
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    Reprints, Folsom, William H. C. “History of lumbering in the St. Croix Valley, with biographic sketches,” in MN Historical Collections, v. 9, 1901
    Box   12 F   66
    Reprints, Forbes, Bruce D. “Thomas Fullerton’s sketch of Chippewa missions, 1841-1844,” in Methodist History, v. 17, 1979
    Box   12 F   67
    Reprints, Forbes, Jack D. “Historian and the Indian: racial bias in American history,” in Americas, v. 19, 1963
    Box   12 F   68
    Reprints, Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth. “Psychohistory versus psychodeterminism: the case of Rogin’s Jackson,” in Reviews in American History, v. 3 (4), 1975
    Box   12 F   69
    Reprints, Freeman, John F. “American Indian in manuscript: preparing a guide to holdings in the Library of the American Philosophical Society,” a paper read at the eighth annual meeting of the American Indian Ethnohistoric Conference, IN University, November 12-13, 1960
    Box   12 F   70
    Reprints, French, David. “Types of organization and change among North American Indians,” in Internationalen Amerikanisten Kongresses [the International Congress of Americanists, conference proceedings], 1960
    Box   12 F   71
    Reprints, Fritz, Henry E. “George W. Manypenny and our Indian wards,” in KA Qly, v. 3, 1971
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    Reprints, Fritz, Henry E. Movement for Indian assimilation, pp.16-21, 108-111, 166-169, and 216-221, 1860-1890, [1963]
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    Reprints, Gauge, Duane. “OK; a resettlement area for Indians,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 47, 1969
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    Reprints, Gailland, Maurice. “Early years at St. Mary’s Pottowatomie Mission: from the diary of Father Maurice Gailland,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 20, 1953
    Box   12 F   75
    Reprints, Gallaher, Ruth A. “Indian agents in Iowa,” in Iowa Historical Record, Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 14, 1916
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    Reprints, Gallaher, Ruth A. “Indian agent in the US before 1850,” in Iowa Historical Record, Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 14, 1916
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    Reprints, Gallaher, Ruth A. “Military-Indian frontier, 1830-1835,” in Iowa Historical Record, Iowa JL of History and Politics, v. 15 (3), 1917
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    Reprints, Galland, Isaac. “Dr. Galland’s account of the half-breed tract,” in Annals of Iowa, v. 10, 1912
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    Reprints, Garfield, Marvin H., “Indian question in Congress and in KA,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 2, 1933
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    Reprints, Gates, Paul W. “Fragment of KA land history: the disposal of the Christian [Munsee] Indian Tract,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 6, 1937
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    Reprints, Gates, Paul W. History of public land law development, pp. 452-454 and 464-465, 1968
    Box   12 F   82
    Reprints, Gates, Paul W. “Indian allotments preceding the Dawes Act,” Chapt. 6 in the Frontier challenge: responses to the Trans-MS W, Clark, John G., ed., 1971
    Box   12 F   83
    Reprints, Gates, Paul W. Introduction by Clifton, to John Tipton Papers, v. 1, 1809-1827, compiled by Blackburn, Glen A., 1942, and reprinted version, 1979, 1942, 1979
    Box   12 F   84
    Reprints, Gerwing, Anselm J. “Chicago Indian Treaty of 1833,” in IL State Historical Society JL, v. 57, 1964
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    Reprints, Gibson, Arrell M. “America’s exiles,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 54 (1), 1976
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    Reprints, Gibson, Charles. “Conquest, capitulation, and Indian treaties,” in American Historical Review, v. 83, 1978
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    Reprints, Gill, Sam. “Power of story,” [Gill’s response to Churchill’s comments], in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 12 (3), 1988
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    Reprints, Gill, Sam. “Sam Gill’s Mother Earth: colonialism, genocide and the expropriation of indigenous spiritual tradition in contemporary academia,” by Ward Churchill, in [commentary and debate section of] American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 12 (3), 1988
    Box   12 F   89
    Reprints, Gillinger, Roy. “Separation of KA and NEB from Indian Territory,” in JL of American History, MS Valley Historical Review, v. 3, 1917
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    Reprints, Gilman, Rhoda R. “Fur trade in the Upper MS Valley, 1630-1850,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 58, 1974
    Box   12 F   91
    Reprints, Gilman, Rhoda R. “Last days of the Upper MS fur trade,” in MN History, v. 42 (4), 1970
    Box   12 F   92
    Reprints, Glazier, Jac. “Issues in ethnicity” (Draft paper), and Correspondence to Arthur Helweg, Dept. of Anthropology, Western MI University, from Glazier, March 11, 1991
    Box   12 F   93
    Reprints, Godecker, Mary S. “Documents: correspondence in Indian removal, IN, 1835-1838,” in Mid-America, an Historical Review, v. 15, 1993
    Box   12 F   94
    Reprints, Goldberg, Milton M. “Qualification of the marginal man theory,” in American Sociological Review, v. 6, 1941
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    Reprints, Goode, William J. “Theory of role strain,” in American Sociological Review, v. 25, 1960
    Box   12 F   96
    Reprints, Gordon, John M. “MI JL, 1836” (in 4 parts), in MI History, v. 43 (1-4), 1959
    Box   12 F   97
    Reprints, Gordon, Leon M., II. “Red man’s retreat from Northern IN,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 46, 1950
    Box   12 F   98
    Reprints, Gordon, Robert. “Radcliffe-Brown in South Africa and the origins of the intellectual critique of apartheid,” a paper … for … symposium no. 107 “Tensions of Empire: colonial control and visions of rule,” for the Wenner-Gren Foundation …Symposium, Mijas, Spain, Nov. 5-13, 1988
    Box   12 F   99
    Reprints, Goss, Dwight. “Indians of the Grand River Valley” MI Historical Collections, v. 30, 1906
    Box   12 F   100
    Reprints, Gowing, Clara. “Life among the Delaware Indians,” KA Historical Qly, v. 12, 1911-1912
    Box   12 F   101
    Reprints, Green, Arnold W. “Re-examination of the marginal man concept” in Social Forces, v. 26, 1947
    Box   12 F   102
    Reprints, Green, Mike. “Enigmatic Mary Musgrove,” draft of paper, and Correspondence to Clifton, Sept. 21. 1987
    Box   12 F   103
    Reprints, Greenfield, Sidney M. “Ethnicity and the nation-state,” in Reviews in Anthropology, v. 6, 1979
    Box   12 F   104
    Reprints, Grinde, Donald. “Cherokee removal and American politics, in IN Historian, v. 8 (3), 1975
    Box   12 F   105
    Reprints, Grover, Frank R. “Indian treaties affecting lands in the present state of IL,” in IL State Historical Society JL, v. 8, 1915
    Box   12 F   106
    Reprints, Hagan, William T. “Full blood, mixed blood, generic, and ersatz, the problem of Indian identity,” in Arizona and the W, v. 27, 1985, and a draft of the same paper, and Correspondence to Clifton, Feb. 17, 1986
    Box   12 F   107
    Reprints, Topic: Half breeds: Shapiro, H. L. “Mixed-blood Indian,” in Changing Indian, 1942
    Box   12 F   108
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. “Historical sociology and Native Americans: methodological problems,” in American Indian Qly, v 15, 1989
    Box   12 F   109
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. “Incorporation in the world-system: toward a critique,” in American Sociological Review, v. 51, 1986
    Box   12 F   110
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. “Native Americans and incorporation: patterns and problems,” in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 11, 1988
    Box   12 F   111
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. Patterns of Native American incorporation into state societies, Chapt. 2 of Patterns of Native American incorporation into state societies, 1988
    Box   12 F   112
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. Return of the native: American Indian political resurgence, a book by Stephen Cornell, reviewed by Hall, in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 12 (3), 1988
    Box   12 F   113
    Reprints, Hall, Thomas D. Roots of resistance: Champagne’s American Indian Societies, a Review Essay by Hall, in American Indian Culture and Research JL, v. 14 (4), 1990
    Box   12 F   114
    Reprints, Hamilton, Doris H. “Indian agent in IN Territory [John Johnston at Ft. Wayne],” in Magazine for Collectors, v. 65, 1960
    Box   12 F   115
    Reprints, Hamilton, Gail. “Prisoner among the Indians,” in North American Review, v. 116, (374), undated
    Box   12 F   116
    Reprints, Hamilton, Kenneth G. “Moravian Archives at Bethlehem, PA,” in American Archivist, v. 24, 1961
    Box   12 F   117
    Reprints, Hampton, Carol. “Indian colonization in the Cherokee outlet and Western Indian Territory,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 54 (1), 1976
    Box   12 F   118
    Reprints, Hanaway, Don, WI Attorney General. “History of the Chippewa Treaty rights controversy,” an unpublished paper, 1989
    Box   12 F   119
    Reprints, Harmon, George Dewey. “Indian trust funds, 1797-1965,” in JL of American History, MS Valley Historical Review, v. 21, 1934
    Box   12 F   120
    Reprints, Harmon, George Dewey. Sixty years of Indian affairs, 1941
    Box   12 F   121
    Reprints, Hauser, Raymond E. “Ethnohistory of the IL Indian tribe, 1673-1832,” a dissertation abstract, 1973
    Box   12 F   122
    Reprints, Heidenreich, Conrad E. “Mapping the location of native groups, 1600-1760,” in JL of the Historical Atlas of Canada, 1973
    Box   12 F   123
    Reprints, Heilbron, Bertha L. “Frank B. Mayer and the treaties of 1851,” in MN History, v. 22, 1941
    Box   12 F   124
    Reprints, Helweg, Arthur W. Correspondence to Clifton; Contents Lists, Lists of Contributors (4), and Notes, 1990-1991
    Box   12 F   125
    Reprints, Henige, David. “If pigs could fly: Timucuan population and Native American historical demography,” in JL of Interdisciplinary History, v. 16 (4), 1986
    Box   12 F   126
    Reprints, Henige, David. “When did smallpox reach the new world (and why does it matter)?,” Chapt. 1 of Africans in bondage: studies in slavery and the slave trade, ed. by Paul E. Lovejoy, 1986
    Box   12 F   127
    Reprints, Herring, Joseph B. “Chippewa and Munsee Indians: acculturation and survival in KA, 1850s-1870," in KA History, v. 6 (4), 1986
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    Reprints, Herring, Joseph B. “Vermillion Kickapoos of IL: the Prophet Kenekuk’s peaceful resistance to Indian removal, 1819-1833,” in Selected Papers in IL History, Robert W. McCluggage, ed., 1983
    Box   12 F   129
    Reprints, Hickerson, Harold. Chapt. 1: Mdewakanton Band of Sioux Indians, in Sioux Indians, 1974
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    Reprints, Hill, Esther Clark. “Some background of early Baptists missions in KA, based on letters in the Pratt Collection of Manuscripts and Documents,” in the KA Historical Qly, v. 1 (KA Historical Collections, v. 18), 1931
    Box   12 F   131
    Reprints, Hillbruner, Anthony. “Word and deed: Jefferson’s addresses to the Indians, in Speech Monographs, v. 30, 1963
    Box   12 F   132
    Reprints, Hilliard, Sam B. “Map Supplement Number 16, Indian Land Cessions, Cartography by Dan Irwin, in Annals of the Assn. of American Geographers, v. 62, 1972
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    Reprints, Historical Collections of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, Miscellaneous, 1various dates
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    Reprints, Hobart, Chauncey. Indian Missions, Chapt. 1 in History of Methodism in MN, 1887
    Box   13 F   2
    Reprints, Holland, Mona Walsh. "Indian treaty rights: the Academy's fish story," in Academic Questions, 1992
    Box   13 F   3
    Reprints, Holm, Tom. "Cherokee colonization in OK, in Chronicles of OK, v. 54(1), 1976
    Box   13 F   4
    Reprints, Hoover, Herbert T. "Congressional internet re: jerusdiction on ceded Indian Land during the allotment era: history, " copyrighted paper, 1963
    Box   13 F   5
    Reprints, Horsman, Reginald. "American Indian Policy in the Old Northwest, 1783-1812," in William and Mary Qly, v. 18, 1961
    Box   13 F   6
    Reprints, Horsman, Reginald. “British Indian policy in the Northwest, 1807-1812,” in MS Valley Historical Review, v. 45, 1958
    Box   13 F   7
    Reprints, Horsman, Reginald. Origins of Indian removal, 1815-1824, 1969
    Box   13 F   8
    Reprints, Horsman, Reginald. “Scientific racism and the American Indian in the mid-19th century revitalization movement 140 years later,” in American Qly, v. 26 (11-12), 1975
    Box   13 F   9
    Reprint, Howard, James H. "Kenakuk religion: an early 19th century revitalization movement 140 years later," in Museum News, v. 26(11-12), 1965
    Box   13 F   10
    Reprint, Howard, R. Palmer, and Virginia E. Allen. "Stress and death in the settlement of Indian Territory," in Chronicles of OK, v. 54, 1976
    Box   13 F   11
    Reprints, Hughes, THomas. "Treaty of Traverse De Sioux in 1851, under Gov. Alexander Ramsey, with . . ." in MHS Collections, v. 10(Part 1), 1900-1904
    Box   13 F   12
    Reprints, Humins, John H. "Furs, Astor, and Indians: the American Fur Company in the Old NWT," in MI History, v. 69, 1985
    Box   13 F   13
    Hybels, Robert James. "Lake Superior copper fever, 1841-1847,: in MI History, v. 34, 1950
    Box   13 F   14
    Reprints, Topic: Indian Country Defined, US Code 1151, includes: Donnelly v. US, Oct. Term 1912, 1912
    Box   13 F   15
    Reprints, Topic: Indian Country Defined, US Code 1151, includes: US vs. McGowan et al, Oct. Term 1937, 1937
    Box   13 F   16
    Reprints, Topic: Indian Country Defined, US Code 1151, includes: US vs. Sandoval, Oct. Term 1913, 1913
    Box   13 F   17
    Reprints, Topic: Indian Treaties, Notes,  [after 1983]
    Box   13 F   18
    Reprints, Jackson, Andrew. "Letter of Andrew Jackson to Governor John Reynolds of IL" (Written in 1931), in IL State Historical Society JL, v. 7, 1914
    Box   13 F   19
    Reprints, Jackson, Donald. "William Exing, agricultural agent to the Indians, v.31, 1957
    Box   13 F   20
    Reprints, Jackson, Helen, Hunt. Chapt. 7- Winnbagoes, in Century of dishonor,  1964
    Box   13 F   21
    Reprints, Jacobs, Wilbur A. "Indian and the fornier in AMerican history--a need for revision,: Western Historical Qly, v. 4, 1973
    Box   13 F   22
    Reprints, James, Edwin. A NEH grant application (reviewed by Clifton) to publish a documentary edition of Captibity and adventures of John Tanner, a collborative work of Tanner, a white captive raised by the Ojibwa, and Edwin James, a repected naturalist; biography of Edwin James, and grant cover letter, undated, 1991
    Box   13 F   23
    Reprints, Janke, Ronald A. "Chippewa land losses," in JL of Cultural Geography, v. 22, 1982
    Box   13 F   24
    Reprints, Jennings, Warren A. "First Mormon Mission to the Indians,: in KA Historical Qly, v. 37, 1971
    Box   13 F   25
    Reprints, Johannsen, Robert W. "Footnote to the Pottawatomie massacre, 1856," in KA Historical Qly, v. 22, 1956
    Box   13 F   26
    Reprints, Johnston, John. "Account of the present state of the Indian tribes inhabiting Ohio," in Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, v. 1, 1820
    Box   13 F   27
    Reprints, Jones, Dorothy V. "(Potawatomi faces the problem of cultural change: Joseph N. Bowiassa in KA," in KA Qly v. 3, 1971
    Box   13 F   28
    Reprints, Jones, Dorothy V. “Preface to the settlement of KA,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 29, 1963
    Box   13 F   29
    Reprints, Jones, J. A. “Key to the annual reports of the US COIA Affairs,” in Ethnohistory, v. 2, 1955
    Box   13 F   30
    Reprints, Jones, William. Outline and some transcribed pages of the microfilmed Letterbook of William Jones, 1839 [Jones was an Indian Agent in Baldoon, Upper Canada, 1831-1839.], 1939
    Box   13 F   31
    Reprints, Jordan, H. Glenn. “Choctaw colonization in OK, in Chronicles of OK, v. 54 (1), 1976
    Box   13 F   32
    Reprints, Jorgenson, Joseph G. -“Century of political economic effects on American Indian society, 1880-1980,” in JL of Ethnic Studies, v. 6 (3), 1978
    Box   13 F   33
    Reprints, Jorgenson, Joseph G. and Richard Clemmer. “America in the Indians past: a review of Wilcomb E. Washburn’s [book] Indian in America,” in Indian Historian, v. 11 (4), 1978
    Box   13 F   34
    Reprints, Joyner, Christopher C. “Hegira of Sitting Bull to Canada: diplomatic realpolitick, 1876-1881,” in JL of the W, v. 13 (2), 1974
    Box   13 F   35
    Reprints, Kaiser, Rudolf. “’Fifth gospel, almost’ Chief Seattle’s speech(es): American origins and European reception,” a Chapt. in Indians and Europe: an interdisciplinary collection of essays, Christian F. Feest, ed., 1999
    Box   13 F   36
    Reprints, Kappler, Charles J., compiler, pp. 928-936 re: WI reservations and Indians, in Indian affairs, laws and treaties, v. 1, 1904
    Box   13 F   37
    Reprints, Kappler, Charles J., “Indian treaties and councils affecting KA, compiled from Indian affairs, laws and treaties, v. 2, in KA Historical Qly, v. 16, 1923-1925
    Box   13 F   38
    Reprints, Kaups, Matti. “Ojibwa fisheries on St. Louis River, MN: 1800-1835,” in JL of Cultural Geography,” v. 5 (1), 1984
    Box   13 F   39
    Reprints, Kawashima, Yasuhide. “Indians and southern colonial statutes,” in Indian Historian, v. 7, 1974
    Box   13 F   40
    Reprints, Kawashima, Yasuhide. “Legal origins of the Indian reservations in colonial Massachusetts,” in American JL of Legal History, v. 13, 1969
    Box   13 F   41
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “Ecological basis of Menominee ethnobotany,” in JL of Cultural Geography, v. 2 (2), 1983
    Box   13 F   42
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “Indian responses to a mining frontier,” a reprint from Frontier, Comparative Studies, v. 2, 1979
    Box   13 F   43
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “John Lawe, Green Bay trader,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 64 (1), 1980
    Box   13 F   44
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “Mormon beliefs about land and natural resources, 1847-1877,” draft of a paper for publication in the JL of Historical Geography, circa 1985
    Box   13 F   45
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “Native Americans in the fur trade and wildlife depletion,” draft of a paper for publication in Environmental Review, [after1985]
    Box   13 F   46
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “Preconditions of natural resource conservation,” a reprint from Agricultural History, 1985
    Box   13 F   47
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne. “WI Indian hunting patterns, 1634-1836,” in Annals of the Assn. of American Geographers, v. 69 (3), 1979
    Box   13 F   48
    Reprints, Kay, Jeanne, and Patricia Albers. “Sharing the land: a study in American Indian territoriality,” two copies, one a draft, the other is Chapt. 4, in Cultural Geography of American Indians, 1987
    Box   13 F   49
    Reprints, Keller, Robert H. “Economic history of Indian treaties in the Great Lakes region,” in American Indian JL, [no v.], Feb. 1978
    Box   13 F   50
    Reprints, Kerchkhoff, Alan C., and Thomas C. McCormick, “Marginal status and marginal personality,” in Social Forces, v. 34, 1955
    Box   13 F   51
    Reprints, Kilpatrick, Jack F., and Anna G. Kilpatrick, editors. “Letters from an Arkansas Cherokee Chief (1828-29),” in Great Plains JL, v. 5, 1965
    Box   13 F   52
    Reprints, Kimmey, Fred M. “Christianity and Indian lands,” in Ethnohistory, v. 7, 1960
    Box   13 F   53
    Reprints, King, Joseph B. “Ottawa Indians in KA and OK,” in Collections of the KA State Historical Society, v. 13, 1913-1914, pub. in 1915, 1915
    Box   13 F   54
    Reprints, Klopfenstein, Carl G. “Removal of the Wyandots from Ohio,” in Ohio Historical Qly, v. 66 (2), 1957
    Box   13 F   55
    Reprints, Klopfenstein, Carl G. “Westward ho: removal of Ohio Shawnees, 1832-1833,” in Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, v. 15, 1957
    Box   13 F   56
    Reprints, Knobel, Dale T. “Know-nothings and Indians: strange bedfellows?,” in Western Historical Qly, v. 15, 1984
    Box   13 F   57
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Barbara K. “Colonial treaty as sacred charter of the Jamaican maroons,” in Ethnohistory, v. 26 (1), 1979
    Box   13 F   58
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Correspondence,” a rebuttal to C. J. Calhoun’s criticism, in Man, v. 16 (1), 1981
    Box   13 F   59
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Cultural biography of things: commoditization as process,” Chapt. 2 in Social life of things: commodities in cultural perspective, Arjun Appadurai, ed., 1986
    Box   13 F   60
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Internal African frontier: the making of African political culture,” Part 1 in African frontier, Kopytoff, ed., 1987
    Box   13 F   61
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Revitalization and the genesis of cults in pragmatic religion: the Kita Rite of Passage among the Suku, in Explorations in African systems of thought, Ivan Karp and Charles S. Bird, editors, 1980
    Box   13 F   62
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Slavery,” in Annual Review of Anthropology, v.11, 1982
    Box   13 F   63
    Reprints, Kopytoff, Igor. “Women’s roles and existential identities,” Chapt. 3 in Beyond the Second Sex: new directions in the anthropology of gender, Peggy R. Sanday and Ruth G. Goodenough, editors, 1990
    Box   13 F   64
    Reprints, Kowalke, Otto L. “Settlement of the Stockbridge Indians and the survey of lands in Outagamie County, WI,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 40, 1990
    Box   13 F   65
    Reprints, Kvasnicka, Robert M. “George W. Manypenny, 1853-57,” in Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1979
    Box   13 F   66
    Reprints, LaFave, LeAnn Larson. “Congressional intent re: jurisdiction on ceded Indian land during the allotment era, Part II: the law,” a paper presented to the Western History Assn., 1986, copyright in 1991
    Box   13 F   67
    Reprints, Lambert, Bernard. “Mission priorities: Indians or miners?,” in MI History, v. 51 (4), 1967
    Box   13 F   67
    Reprints, Landsman, Gail H. “Indian activism and the press: coverage of the conflict at Ganienkeh,” reprint from Anthropological Qly, v. 60 (3), 1987
    Box   13 F   68
    Reprints, Landsman, Gail H. “Other” as political symbol: images of Indians in the woman suffrage Movement,” paper submitted for publication in Ethnohistory, and cover letter to Clifton, Feb. 21, 1990
    Box   13 F   69
    Reprints, Lang, Gretchen C. “Survival strategies of Chippewa drinkers in Minneapolis,” in Central Issues in Anthropology, v. 1 (2), 1979
    Box   13 F   70
    Reprints, Larabee, Edward McM. “Recurrent themes and sequences in North American Indian-European culture contact, in Transactions, v. 66, 1976
    Box   13 F   71
    Reprints, Leclair, Laurie. Caldwells of Point Pelee and Pelee Island: a brief history and survey of documents, 1988
    Box   13 F   72
    Reprints, Leggett, Richard C. “Historic Indian agency [Sac and Fox Agency],” in Annals of Iowa, v. 25, 1944
    Box   13 F   73
    Reprints, Levi, M. Carolissa, Sister. Cover and pp. 50-62 (Chapt. 11 - Treaties with the US Government) in Chippewa Indians of yesterday and today, 1956
    Box   13 F   74
    Reprints, Lewis, David L. “Parallels and divergences: assimilationist strategies of Afro-American and Jewish elites from 1910 to the early 1930s,” in JL of American History, v. 71 (3), Dec. 1984
    Box   13 F   75
    Reprints, Lindley, Harlow. “William Clark—the Indian agent,” in Proceedings, v. 2, 1908-9
    Box   13 F   76
    Reprints, Lindquist, Fustava E. E. “Indian treaty making,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 26, 1948-49
    Box   13 F   77
    Reprints, Linnekin, Jocelyn, and Richard Handler. “Tradition, genuine or spurious” [re: Hawaiian people], a reprint from JL of American Folklore, v. 97 (385), 1984
    Box   13 F   78
    Reprints, Linton, Ralph, editor, Introduction and Chapt.s 8-10 of Acculturation in seven American Indian tribes, 1940
    Box   13 F   79
    Reprints, List of Annual Reports of the COIA in the Congressional Serial Set, Includes 1824-1920, 1920
    Box   13 F   80
    Reprints, Litton, Gaston. “Resources of the National Archives for the study of the American Indian,” in Ethnohistory, v. 2, 1955
    Box   13 F   81
    Reprints, Loos, John L. “William Clark, Indian agent,” in KA Qly, v. 3, 1971
    Box   13 F   82
    Reprints, Lowery, Charles D. “James Barbour, a politician and planter of ante-bellum Virginia,” a dissertation abstract, 1966
    Box   13 F   83
    Reprints, Lucas, Robert. “Indian affairs in Iowa Territory, 1839-43: letters of governors Robert Lucas and John Chamber,” in Annals of Iowa, (3rd Series, 5), 1926
    Box   13 F   84
    Reprints, Lucas, Robert. “ Indian affairs of Iowa in 1840. report of the territorial governor,” in Annals of Iowa, v. 15, 1926
    Box   13 F   85
    Reprints, Lurie, Nancy Oestreich. “In search of Chaetar: new findings on Black Hawk’s surrender,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 71 (3), 1988
    Box   13 F   86
    Reprints, Lurie, Nancy Oestreich. “WI: a natural laboratory for North American Indian studies,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 53 (3), 1969
    Box   13 F   87
    Reprints, Lurie, Nancy Oestreich. “WI Indians: lives and lands,” a reprint from WI Magazine of History, v. 53 (2), 1969
    Box   13 F   88
    Reprints, Lurie, Nancy Oestreich. “World’s oldest on-going protest demonstration: North American Indian drinking patterns,” in Pacific Historical Review, v. 40, 1971
    Box   13 F   89
    Reprints, Lutz, J. J. “Methodist missions among the Indian tribes in KA,” in Transactions, v. 9, 1905-06
    Box   13 F   90
    Reprints, MacCauley, Clay. “Dreamers among the North American Indians, as illustrative of the origin of forms of religion,” a lecture given before the Tokyo Conference, March 9th, 1893, in the Japan Weekly Mail, March 18, 1893, March 18, 1893
    Box   13 F   91
    Reprints, McClurken, James M. Correspondence with Clifton re: research McClurken conducted for Clifton, particularly the note cards in this collection, Sept 12, 1982-April 2, 1983
    Box   13 F   92
    Reprints, McClurken, James M. “Bands, states and the international border:19th century factors in Ottawa subversion of US removal policy, 1812-1855,” [an unpublished?] paper, [after 1985]
    Box   13 F   93
    Reprints, McClurken, James M. Curriculum Vitae, 1992
    Box   13 F   94
    Reprints, McClurken, James M. Ottawa adaptive strategies to Indian removal,” in MI Historical Review, v. 12 (1), 1986
    Box   13 F   95
    Reprints, McClurken, James M. “Strangers in their own land,” in Grand River Valley Review, v. 6 (I), 1985
    Box   13 F   96
    Reprints, McConnell, Virginia. ““H. H.,” Colorado, and the Indian problem,” in JL of the W, v. 12 (2), 1973
    Box   13 F   97
    Reprints, McCoy, Isaac. “JL of Isaac McCoy for the exploring expedition of 1828,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 5, 1823, pub. in 1936
    Box   13 F   98
    Reprints, McCoy, Isaac. Remarks on the practicability of Indian reform embracing their colonization; with an appendix (pp. 36-37), 1829
    Box   13 F   99
    Reprints, McCoy, John. “Survey of KA Indian lands,” in Transactions of the KA State Historical Society v. 4, 1886-1888, pub. in 1889
    Box   13 F   100
    Reprints, McDermott, John F. “Isaac McCoy’s second exploring trip in 1828,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 13, 1945
    Box   13 F   101
    Reprints, McDonald, Daniel. Removal of the Pottawattomie Indians from Northern IN…, 1899
    Box   13 F   102
    Reprints, McFee, Malcolm. “150% man, a product of Blackfeet acculturation,” in American Anthropologist, v. 70 (6), 1968
    Box   13 F   103
    Reprints, McKee, Irving. “Centennial of the trail of death,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 35, 1939
    Box   13 F   103
    Reprints, McKenney, Thomas L. pp. 354-355, 376-379, 424-429, 380-481 of Sketches of a tour to the lakes of the character and customs of the Chippeway Indians…, 1959
    Box   13 F   104
    Reprints, McLaughlin, A. C. “Influence of Governor Cass on the development of the Northwest,” in Papers of the American Historical Association, v. 3, 1888
    Box   13 F   105
    Reprints, McLoughlin, William G. “Thomas Jefferson and the beginning of Cherokee nationalism, 1806 to 1809,” in William and Mary Qly, v. 32, 1975
    Box   14 F   1
    Reprints, Mahan, Bruce E. “Moving the Winnebago,” in Palimpsest, v. 3 (2), 1975
    Box   14 F   2
    Reprints, Mahan, Bruce E. “Winnebago and Pottawattamie,” in Palimpseset, v. 9, 1928
    Box   14 F   3
    Reprints, Malone, Henry T. “Return Jonathan Meigs—Indian agent extraordinary,” in East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications, v. 28, 1956
    Box   14 F   4
    Reprints, Manypenny, George W. Chapt.s 6-8, pp. 92-150 of Our Indian wards, 1880
    Box   14 F   5
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. Correspondence to Clifton re: Manzo’s papers, July 19, 1982
    Box   14 F   6
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. “Economic aspects of Indian removal,” in Southeastern Geographer, v. 24 (2), 1984
    Box   14 F   7
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. “Emigrant Indian objections to KA residence,” in KA History: a JL of the Central Plains, v. 4 (4), 1981
    Box   14 F   8
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. “Emigrant Indian pre-removal information network: sources and influences,” a paper to be pub. in JL of Cultural Geography, 1982
    Box   14 F   9
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. “the Indian pre-removal information network,” in JL of Cultural Geography, v. 2 (2), 1982
    Box   14 F   10
    Reprints, Manzo, Joseph T. “Native Americans, Euro-Americans: some shared attitudes toward life in the prairies,” to be pub. in American Studies, 1982
    Box   14 F   11
    Reprints, Topic: Maps (copies) with information about Indians (5 folders): Folder 1 -IL: Anderson, 1970; Burr, 1834; Howard, 1972; Map of the IL Valley Early Trails, 1935; Map showing the Indian tribes in IL in 1812; Mautner, undated; Strong, 1835; Tanner, 1833, reprinted 1968; two partial maps, 1970, 1834, 1972, 1935, 1812, undated, 1835, 1833, 1968, undated
    Box   14 F   12
    Reprints, Topic: Maps (copies) with information about Indians (5 folders): Folder 2 -MN: Blegen and Nydahl, 1960; Dunn, 1965; Folwell, 1956-1969; Gluek, 1965; H. Hickerson, 1974; William E. Lass, 1977; Thomas F. Waters, 1977, 1960, 1965, 1956-1969, 1974, 1977
    Box   14 F   13
    Reprints, Topic: Maps (copies) with information about Indians (5 folders): Folder 3 -Pacific [Islanders], National Geographic Society, 1974
    Box   14 F   14
    Reprints, Topic: Maps (copies) with information about Indians (5 folders): Folder 4 -US, undated [20th century]
    Box   14 F   15
    Reprints, Topic: Maps (copies) with information about Indians (5 folders): Folder 5 -WI: 1892, undated (20th century); WI Mapping Bulletin, 1986, 1892, undated [20th century], 1986
    Box   14 F   16
    Reprints, Mason, Carol I. “Indians, maple sugaring, and the spread of market economies,” Chapt. 5 in the Woodland tradition in the Western Great Lakes: papers presented to Elden Johnson, in Publications in Anthropology, No. 4, 1990
    Box   14 F   17
    Reprints, Mason, Carol I. “Prehistoric maple sugaring sites?,” in Midcontinental JL of Archaeology, v. 10 (1), with note from Mason to Clifton, 1985
    Box   14 F   18
    Reprints, Mattison, Ray H. “Indian frontier on the Upper MO to 1865,” in NEB History, v. 39, 1958
    Box   14 F   19
    Reprints, Mead, Barbara. “Baraga County,” in MI History, May/June 1979
    Box   14 F   20
    Reprints, Menard, Pierre, Correspondence to the Piankishaws, et al., from Menard Collection, reel 3, frame 538, 1825
    Box   14 F   21
    Reprints, Merwin, Ray E. “Wyandot Indians,” in Transactions of the KA State Historical Society, v. 9, 1905-1906
    Box   14 F   22
    Reprints, Meserve, John B. “Indian removal message of President Jackson,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 13, 1935
    Box   14 F   23
    Reprints, Methodist Episcopal Church, Isabella Indian Mission. A typed, untitled Church history, from the MI Historical Commission, undated
    Box   14 F   24
    Reprints,Topic: Miami-Shawnee Legend Study of C. C. Trowbridge Stories, 1981
    Box   14 F   25
    Reprints, MI Historical Collections/MI Historical Commission, 1913, 1915, undated
    Box   15 F   26
    Reprints, Topic: Migration Theories: Kunz, E. F. “Refugee in flight: kinetic models and forms of displacement,” in International Migration Review, v 7 (2), 1973
    Box   14 F   27
    Reprints, Topic: Migration Theories: Nann, Richard C., ed. pp. 1-10 and pp. 119-146 of Uprooting and surviving: adaptation and resettlement of migrant families and children, 1982
    Box   14 F   28
    Reprints, Miles, Edwin . “After John Marshall’s decision: Worcester v. Georgia and the Nullification crisis,” in JL of Social History, v. 39, 1973
    Box   14 F   29
    Reprints, Miles, William. “Enamoured with colonization”: Isaac McCoy’s plan of Indian reform” in KA Historical Qly, v. 38, 1972
    Box   14 F   30
    Reprints, Miller, Albert, Judge. “Pioneer sketches,” in MI Historical Collections, v. 7, 1830
    Box   14 F   31
    Reprints, Miller, Otis L. “Indian-white relations in the IL Country, 1789 to 1818,” a dissertation abstract, 1972
    Box   14 F   32
    Reprints, Miner, Donald D. “Western travelers in quest of the Indian,” in Travelers on the western frontier, from the 1968 Conference with the same title, McDermott, John Francis, ed., 1970
    Box   14 F   33
    Reprints, Mitchell, Kenneth S. “Migration of the Potawatomi,” in JL of American History, v. 16, 1922
    Box   14 F   34
    Reprints, Mochon, Marion J. “Stockbridge-Munsee cultural adaptations: assimilated Indians,” in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 112, 1968
    Box   14 F   35
    Reprints, Moore, Vivian L. “Baw Beese Lake,” in MI History Magazine, v. 16 [re: Hillsdale County, Mich.], 1932
    Box   14 F   36
    Reprints, Moore, Vivian L. “Baw Beese Lake,” in MI History Magazine, v. 16 [re: Hillsdale County, Mich.], 1932
    Box   14 F   37
    Reprints, Morrison, Kenneth M. “Bias of colonial law: English paranoia and the Abenaki arena of King Philip’s War, 1675-1678,” a reprint from New England Qly, v. 53 (3), 1980
    Box   14 F   38
    Reprints, Morrison, Kenneth M. “Mythological sources of Abenaki Catholicism: a case study of the social history of power,” in Religion, v. 11, 1981
    Box   14 F   39
    Reprints, Morrison, T. F. “Mission Neosho: the first KA mission,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 4, 1935
    Box   14 F   40
    Reprints, Morrow, Lynn. “Trader William Gilliss and Delaware migration in southern MO,” in MO Historical Review, v. 45, 1931
    Box   14 F   41
    Reprints, Moyer, Albert E. “Edwin James and Fenimore Cooper: a shared vision of the American frontier,” Essay Two in Essays and Monographs in Colorado History, v. 1, 1983
    Box   14 F   42
    Reprints, Murray, Robert. “Social change and acculturation,” in Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, Series 2, v. 26 (7) [re: Eskimos and Easter Island natives], 1964
    Box   14 F   43
    Reprints, Nagel, Ernest. “Some issues in the logic of historical analysis,” in Scientific Monthly, March 1952
    Box   14 F   44
    Reprints, Nash, Jay B. New day for the Indians: a survey of the working of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, 1938
    Box   14 F   45
    Reprints, Neely, Sharlotte. “Quaker era of Cherokee Indian education, 1880-1892,” in Appalachian JL, Summer 1975
    Box   14 F   46
    Reprints, Neely, Sharlotte. and Walter L. Williams. “Detour down the Trail of Tears,” in Southern Exposure, v. 2 (2-3), 1974
    Box   14 F   47
    Reprints, Neill, Edward P. “History of the Ojibways, and their connection with fur traders,…,” in Collections of the MHS, v. 5, 1885
    Box   14 F   48
    Reprints, Nesper, Larry. “Contemporary Anishinaabe politics and spirituality: preliminary soundings on the 1989 Lac du Flambeau Chippewa spearfishing season,” a paper presented at the Ethnohistory meeting in Chicago, Nov. 3, 1989
    Box   14 F   49
    Reprints, Nesper, Larry. Correspondence with Clifton re: papers and research, and notes, Nov. 17, 1989
    Box   14 F   50
    Reprints, Neuhoff, Dorothy A. “Platte purchase,” in Washington University Studies, v. 11, 1924
    Box   14 F   51
    Reprints, Neumeyer, Elizabeth. “MI Indians battle against removal,” in MI History Magazine, v. 55, 1971
    Box   14 F   52
    Reprints, Newspaper articles (16) from various WI and MN newspapers re: removal of Winnebago, Menominee and Chippewa, 1850-1852
    Box   14 F   53
    Reprints, Newspaper articles (16) from various WI and MN newspapers re: removal of Winnebago, Menominee and Chippewa, 1850-1852
    Box   14 F   54
    Reprints, Nichols, David A. pp. 6-18, 64-71, 120-123, 148-153, 160-163, 202-205 of Lincoln and the Indians: Civil War policy and politics, 1978
    Box   14 F   55
    Reprints, Nichols, Roy F. “KA-NEB Act: a century of historiography,” in JL of American History, MS Valley Historical Review, v. 43, 1956
    Box   14 F   56
    Reprints, Northeast Indian Qly flier re: Indian corn of the Americas: gift to the world, Cultural encounter II, the Columbus Quincentary edition, 1989
    Box   14 F   57
    Reprints, Norwood, Frederick A. “Conflict of cultures: Methodist efforts with the Ojibway, 1830-1880,” in Religion in Life, v. 48, 1979
    Box   14 F   58
    Reprints, Norwood, Frederick A. “Peter Marksman: Chippewa missionary,” in Adult Student, v. 18 (8), 1959
    Box   14 F   59
    Reprints, Norwood, Frederick A. “Strangers in a strange land: removal of the Wyandot Indians,” in Methodist History, v. 13, 1975
    Box   14 F   60
    Reprints, Nute, Grace L. “American Fur Company fishing enterprises on Lake Superior,” in JL of American History, v. 12, 1926
    Box   14 F   61
    Reprints, Nute, Grace L. “Papers of the American Fur Company: brief estimate of their significance,” in American Historical Review, v. 32, 1927
    Box   14 F   62
    Reprints, Oliphant, J. Orrin. Correspondence with Clifton, with bibliography cards, March 3, 1983
    Box   14 F   63
    Reprints, Oliphant, J. Orrin. Cover and pp. 206-207 of Guide for emigrants, containing sketches of IL, MO, and the adjacent parts, by Peck, J. M., 1831
    Box   14 F   64
    Reprints, Oliphant, J. Orrin. “Report of the Wyandot exploring delegation, 1831,” in KA Historical Qly, v. 15, 1947
    Box   14 F   65
    Reprints, “Oneida sovereignty,” by Fenske, Kim, an unpublished paper, 1985
    Box   14 F   66
    Reprints, Oneida Stockbridge Munsee Brotherton, Notes, undated
    Box   14 F   67
    Reprints, Topic: Oneida Tribe, Materials includes: Field notes to survey Oneida Reservation, Dec. 1838 and related letter, March 19, 1839; Map of Oneida Reservation, 1838; Index of Historical Materials, Report from WI State Historical Preservation Div., Land Claims material, some miscellaneous tribal committee materials, 1986-1987, 1838, 1839, 1986-1987
    Box   14 F   68
    Reprints, Ourada, Patricia K. “Menominee Indians: a history,” a dissertation abstract, 1973
    Box   14 F   69
    Reprints, Owl, Frell M. “Who and what is an American Indian?,” in Ethnohistory, v. 9 (3), 1962
    Box   14 F   70
    Reprints, Padilla, Amado M. Acculturation: theory, models and some new findings, 1980
    Box   14 F   71
    Reprints, Paredes, J. Anthony. Correspondence with Clifton re: Kinship article, March 10, 1981
    Box   14 F   72
    Reprints, Paredes, J. Anthony. “Kinship and descent in the ethnic reassertion of the Eastern Creek Indians,” in Ethnohistory, 1980 or 1981
    Box   14 F   73
    Reprints, Paredes, J. Anthony. “On the other side”-reflections on Galicians familiar and strange,” in Reviews in Anthropology, v. 9 (3), 1982
    Box   14 F   74
    Reprints, Park, Robert E. -pp. 194-206 of On social control and collective behavior: selected papers, [1967]
    Box   14 F   75
    Reprints, Parker, John G. “Autobiography of Captain John G. Parker,” in Historical Collections of the MI Pioneer and Historical Society, v. 30, 1905
    Box   14 F   76
    Reprints, Parker, Linda. “Indian colonization in northeastern and central Indian Territory,” in Chronicles of OK, v. 54 (1), 1976
    Box   14 F   77
    Reprints, Parsons, Joseph A. “Civilizing the Indians of the Old Northwest, 1800-1810,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 56, 1960
    Box   14 F   78
    Reprints, Parsons, Lynn H. “A perpetual harrow upon my feelings: John Quincy Adams and the American Indian,” in New England Qly, v. 46, 1973
    Box   14 F   79
    Reprints, Paul, Helen L., comp. Landlooker in the Upper Peninsula of MI…, numerous pages, 1983
    Box   14 F   80
    Reprints, Parvin, T. S. “Keokuk” [Head Chief of Sac and Fox], in Iowa Historical Record, v. I-III, 1885-1887
    Box   14 F   81
    Reprints, Passel, Jeffrey S., and Patricia A. Berman. “Assessment of the quality of the 1980 census data for American Indians,” in Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods, American Statistical Assn., 1985
    Box   14 F   82
    Reprints, Passel, Jeffrey S., and Patricia A. Berman.-“Quality of 1870 census data for American Indians,” in Social Biology, v. 33, 1976
    Box   14 F   83
    Reprints, Pepper, Claude D., Sen., Biography, from Biographical Dictionary, [after 1971]
    Box   14 F   84
    Reprints, Petersen, William J., ed. “Moving the Winnebago into Iowa,” Iowa JL of History, v. 58 (4), 1960
    Box   14 F   85
    Reprints, Petersen, William J., ed. 2 maps and Chapt.s 17-18 of Steamboating on the Upper MS, 1968
    Box   14 F   86
    Reprints, Phillips, Joseph W. pp.1-11, 182-217, 272-279 of Jedidiah Morse and New England Congregationalism, 1983
    Box   14 F   87
    Reprints, Piepenbrink, Howard. “Chronology of events from Executive Order of Feb. 6, 1850 to [the] Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854 (10 Stat. 1109), Bureau of Indian Affairs, three pages of sources, map of Chippewa reservations, Sept. 30, 1854, Nov. 4, 1974
    Box   14 F   88
    Reprints, Pioneer Collections/Pioneer Society of the State of MI, 1886
    Box   14 F   89
    Reprints, Pitezel, John H. [Rev.] Life of Rev. Peter Marksman: an Ojibwa missionary illustrating the triumphs of the gospel among the Ojibwa Indians, 1901
    Box   14 F   90
    Reprints, Plank, Pryor. “Iowa, Sac and Fox Indian Mission and its missionaries, Rev. Samuel M. Irvin and wife,” in Transactions of the KA State Historical Society, v. 10, 1907-1908, pub. 1908, 1908
    Box   14 F   91
    Reprints, Polgar, Steven. “Biculturation of Mesquakie teenage boys,” in American Anthropologist, v. 62 (2), 1960
    Box   14 F   92
    Reprints, Pope, Richard K. “Withdrawl of the Kickapoo,” in American Indian, v. 8, 1958-1959
    Box   14 F   93
    Reprints, Postal, Susan K. “Hoax nativism at Caughnawaga: a control case for the theory of revitalization,” in Ethnology, v. 4, 1965
    Box   14 F   94
    Reprints, Topic: Potawatomi Materials: Bruhy, Mark E. “Big Indian farm site (FS Site Number 09-02-03-001) and Little Indian farm site (FS Site Number 09-02-03-002): cultural resource site inspection,” Chequamegon and Nicolet National Forests, Easter Region, Forest Service, USDA, April 23, 1985
    Box   14 F   95
    Reprints, Topic: Potawatomi of Huron: Shinos, Sandy. pp.1-55 of “Historical Overview of the Tribe,” undated [after 1977]; Summaries of BIA Proposed Finding and Final Determination re: Huron Potawatomi, Inc., in Federal Register, 1995
    Box   14 F   96
    Reprints, Powers, Ramon. “Why the Northern Cheyenne left Indian Territory in 1878: a cultural analysis,” in KA Qly, v. 3 (4), 1995
    Box   14 F   97
    Reprints, Price, Edward T. “Geographic analysis of White-Negro-Indian racial mixtures in Eastern US,” in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v. 43, 1971
    Box   14 F   98
    Reprints, Price, Edward T. “Geographic analysis of White-Negro-Indian racial mixtures in Eastern US,” in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v. 43, 1953
    Box   14 F   99
    Reprints, Price, John A. “Historical theory and the applied anthropology of US and Canadian Indians,” in Human Organization, v. 41 (1), 1982
    Box   14 F   100
    Reprints, Proceedings of a council with the Chippeways and Ottawas of MI held at the city of Detroit, by the Hon. George W. Meanypeny (sic) and Henry C. Gilbert, Commissioners of the US (Ex. P-19A (P.7 of 78), July 25th, 1855
    Box   14 F   101
    Reprints, Topic: Proclamations: by President Andrew Jackson (2 pp.) re: sale of lands formerly reserved for the Ottawa Tribe, Sept. 3, 1833
    Box   14 F   102
    Reprints, Topic: Proclamations: by President John Tyler, May 23, 1842 (2pp.) re: Treaty with Ottawa, Aug. 31, 1831, May 23, 1842, Aug. 31, 1831
    Box   14 F   103
    Reprints, Topic: Proclamations: Map of that part of the Wabash and Erie Canal lands, included in the treaties of 1834 and 1838 (3 pp.), Great Miami Reservation, 184? (3 pp.), 1834 and 1838, 184?
    Box   14 F   104
    Reprints, Topic: Proclamations: Notice ….arrangements are now nearly completed for the removal of the Ottawa Indians of the Maumee Valley…to…W of the MS, John McElvain, Sup. of Ottawa Emigration, August 17, 1837 (2 pp.), August 17, 1837
    Box   14 F   105
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. [Fr.] “Andrew Jackson’s Indian policy: a reassessment,” in JL of American History, v. 56, 1969
    Box   14 F   106
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. [Fr.] Preface and Introduction to Cherokee removal: the “William Penn” essays and other writings, by Jeremiah Evart, 1981
    Box   14 F   107
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. “Indian removal and the great American desert,” in IN Magazine of History, v. 59 (4), 1963
    Box   14 F   108
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. Lewis Cass and American Indian policy, 1967
    Box   14 F   109
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. “A Memorandum of Lewis Cass: concerning a system for the regulation of Indian affairs,” Prucha and Donald F. Carmony, editors, in WI Magazine of History, v. 52 (1), 1968
    Box   14 F   110
    Reprints, Prucha, Francis P. “Thomas L. McKenney and the NY Indian Board,” in JL of American History, MS Valley Historical Review, v. 48, 1962
    Box   15 F   1
    Reprints, Quaife, Milo M. [Documents] “Chicago Treaty of 1833, with introduction and notes,” in WI Magazine of History, v. 1, 1918
    Box   15 F   2
    Reprints, Reagan, John H. “Expulsion of the Cherokees from East Texas,” in Texas State Historical Association Qly, v.1, 1897
    Box   15 F   3
    Reprints, Topic: Reservations in Chronicles of OK: Chapman, Berlin B. “Dissolution of the Wichita Reservation” Parts 1-2, v. 22, 1944
    Box   15 F   4
    Reprints, Topic: Reservations in Chronicles of OK: Chapman, Berlin B. “Establishment of the Iowa Reservation,” v. 22 (3), 1943
    Box   15 F   5
    Reprints, Topic: Reservations in Chronicles of OK: Chapman, Berlin B. “Establishment of the Wichita Reservation,”, 1933
    Box   15 F   6
    Reprints, Topic: Reservations in Chronicles of OK: Williams, Robert L. “Jasper Sipes, 1860-1941,” v. 20 (4), 1942
    Box   15 F   7
    Reprints, Rice, Otis. “French and Indian War in W Virginia,” in W Virginia History, v. 24, 1962
    Box   15 F   8
    Reprints, Richmond, Rebecca L. “Fur traders of the Grand River Valley,” in Historical Society of Grand Rapids, MI, Publications, v. 1, 1907
    Box   15 F   9
    Reprints, Riggs, Stephen R. Rev. “Protestant missions in the Northwest” in MN Historical Collections, numerous pages, 1894
    Box   15 F   10
    Reprints, Ritzenthaler, Robert E. “Oneida Indians of WI,” in Bulletin, Public Museum, Milwaukee, v. 19, 1950
    Box   15 F   11
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    Reprints, Wherry, James D. Brochure on Bingo at Mashantucket Pequot Indian Reservation in Ledyard, Ct., [1988?]
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    Reprints, Wherry, James D. “Impact of federal acknowledgment: the Pequot examples,” paper at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Tampa, Fla., April 22, 1988
    Box   16 F   25
    Reprints, White, Lonnie J. “Arkansas territorial Indian Affairs,” in Arkansas Historical Qly, v. 21, 1962
    Box   16 F   26
    Reprints, White, Richard. “Ethnohistorical report on the Grand Traverse Ottawas,”, 1981
    Box   16 F   27
    Reprints, Whitney, Ellen M. “Indian history and the Indians of IL,” in IL State Historical Society JL, v. 69, 1976
    Box   16 F   28
    Reprints, Winkler, Ernest W. “Cherokee Indians in Texas,” in the Qly of the Texas State Historical Association, v. 7 (2), 1903
    Box   16 F   29
    Reprints, Winsor, H. M. “Chickasaw-Choctaw financial relations with the US, 1830-1880,” in JL of the W, v. 12 (3), 1973
    Box   16 F   30
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], various articles, in order by volume number, including: v.1-6 (Folder 1 of 3), includes: -“Recollections of a tour through WI in 1832,” Col. Charles Whittlesey, v. 1, 1854 -“Early times in WI,” H. A. Tenney, in 1849, v. 1, 1854 -“Sketch of Calumet County,” Thomas Cammuck, of the Brothertown Indians, v. 1, 1854 -“Mineral Point and Richland County,” Stephen Taylor, v. 2, 1856 -Third annual report [to Gov. Coles Bashford of Wis.], v. 3, 1857 -“Report on the picture gallery,” v. 3, 1857 -“Indian tribes of WI,” John G. Shea, v. 3, 1857 -“Early history of Kenosha,” M. Frank, v. 3, 1857 -“Origin of the American Indians,” annual address of Hon. John Y. Smith, Jan. 1859, v. 4, 1857/8 -“Commercial history of Milwaukee,” address of Edward D. Holton, v. 4, 1857/8 -“Sketch of the Brothertown Indians” Thomas Commuck, v. 4, 1857/8 -“Stockbridges,” Rev. Cutting Marsh, v. 4, 1857/8 -by Levi Konkapot, Jr., v. 4, 1857/8 --“the Last of the Mohicans,” --“Death of John W. Quinney” --“Speech of John W. Quinney” --“Memorial of John W. Quinney” -“Early times in Sheboygan County,” Horace Rublee, v. 4, 1857/8 -“Early history of education in WI,” Hon. W. C. Whitford, v. 5, 1867-9 -“Winnebago War,” Col. Thomas L. McKenney, v. 5, 1867-9 - “Early WI,” John H. Fonda, v. 5, 1867-9 -“History of school supervision in WI,” address of Rev. W. C. Whitford, July 1868, v. 5, 1867-9 -“Death of Hole-in-the-Day” [head chief of the MS Chippewa], from the St. Paul Press, June 30, 1868, v. 5, 1867-9 -“Capture of Black Hawk,” David McBrid, v. 5, 1867-9 -“Carver grant,” v. vi, 1869-72 -“Western WI in 1836,” Strange M. Palmer, v. 7, 1869-72 -“Eleazer Williams and the lost prince,” John Y. Smith, v. 7, 1869-72 -“First house and first resident family of Madison,” pp. 343, 358-361 v. 7, 1869-72 -“Green County pioneers, Albert Salisbuy, v. 7, 1869-72 -“Early reminiscences of Janesville,” v. 7, 1869-72 -“North-west in 1817: a contemporary letter, by Samuel A. Storrow,” L.C. Draper, v. 7, 1869-72 -“JL of a voyage from St. Louis to the Falls of St. Anthony, in 1819, By Thomas Forsyth,” L.C. Draper, v. 7, 1869-72 -“Early reminiscences of Madison,” J. G. Knapp, v. 7, 1869-1872 -“Western WI in 1836,” Strange M. Palmer, v. 7, 1869-72, 1854-1867-9
    Box   16 F   31
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], various articles, in order by volume number, including: v.1-6 (Folder 2 of 3), includes: - “Memoir of Charles de Langlade,” Joseph Tasse, v. 7, 1873-6 -“Fifty-four years’ recollections of men and events in WI, Albert G. Ellis, v. 7, 1873-6 -“Early western days,” John T. Kingston, v. 7, 1873-6 -“Sketch of Shaubena, Pottowattamie chief,” Nehemiah Matson, pp. 415-417, v. 7 , 1873-6 -“Pioneer life in WI,” Henry Merrell, v. 7, 1873-6 -“Personal narrative,” John T. de la ronde, v. 7, 1873-6 -“Tradition of the Fox Indians, 1730,” v. 8, 1877-9 -“Langlade papers, 1737-1800,” v. 8, 1877-9 -“Recollections of Rev. Eleazer Williams,” Gen Albert G. Ellis, v. 8, 1877-9 -“WI necrology, 1876-1878,” Lyman C. Draper, v. 8, 1877-9 -“Pioneer settlement of Sheboygan County,” John E. Thomas, v. 9, 1880-1882 - “WI necrology, 1876-1881,” Lyman C. Draper, v. 9 1880-1882 -“Taychoperah, the Four Lake County, James D. Butler, v. 10, 1883 -“Notes on the Black Hawk War,” Peter Parkinson, Jr., v. 10, 1883 -“Early WI exploration and settlement,” James Sutherland, v. 10, 1883 -“WI necrology, 1879-1882,” Lyman C. Draper, v. 10, 1883 -“Additions,” [re: Dr. Samuel C. Muir], v. 10, 1883 -“Boundaries of WI,” the editor, v. 11, 1888 -“Narrative of Andrew J. Vieau, Sr., in an interview with the editor, v. 11, 1888 -“George P. Delaplaine’s statement, in an interview with the editor, v. 11, 1888 -“Prairie du Chien in 1827: letters of Joseph M. Street to Gov. Ninian Edwards, of IL,” v. 11, 1888 -“Sketch of Morgan L. Martin,” by the editor, v. 11, 1888 -“Early days in Jefferson County,” Elisha W. Keyes, v. 11, 1888 -“Alexander Mitchell, the financier,” James D. Butler, v. 11, 1888 -“M’Call’s JL of a visit to WI, in 1830: sketch of James, v. 11, 1888, 1873-6--1888
    Box   16 F   32
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], various articles, in order by volume number, including: v.1-6 (Folder 3 of 3), includes: -‘M’Call,” Ansel J. M’Call, v. 12, 1892 -“Documents illustrating M’Call’s JL,” v. 12, 1892 -“Papers of Indian agent Boyd - 1832: sketch of George and James M. Boyd,” Herbert B. Tanner, v. 12, 1892 -“How WI came by its large German element,” Kate A. Everest, v. 12, 1892 -“Missions on Chequamegon Bay, John N. Davidson, v. 12, 1892 -“WI Winnebagoes: an interview with Moses Paquette,” the Editor, v. 12, 1892 -pp. 220-235, 240-247, parts of articles, v. 13, 1895 -“Notes on early lead mining in the Fever (or Galena) River Region,” The editor, v. 13, 1895 -“Arrival of American troops at Green Bay, in 1816,” the editor, v. 13, 1895 -“Narrative of Walking Cloud: in an interview with the editor,” v. 13, 1895 -“Population of Brown County, June 1830,” the editor, v. 13, 1895 -“Osawgenong-a Sac tradition,” George Johnston, v. 15, 1900 - “Narrative of Peter J. Vieau,” the editor, v. 15, 1867-9, 1892-1900, 1867-9
    Box   16 F   33
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Reminiscences of WI,” Alexander F. Pratt, v. 1, 1854
    Box   16 F   34
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Early history and condition of WI,” annual address by Hon. Henry S. Baird, given on Jan. 30, 1836, v. 2, 1856
    Box   16 F   35
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Early times and events in WI,” James H. Lockwood, v. 2, 1856
    Box   16 F   36
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Memoir of Thomas Pendleton Burnett,” Alfred Brunson, v. 2, 1856
    Box   16 F   37
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Pioneer life in WI,” David M. Parkinson, v. 2, 1856
    Box   16 F   38
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Strictures upon Ford’s Black Hawk War,” Peter Parkinson, Jr., v. 2, 1857
    Box   16 F   39
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Sketch of Pierce County,” Oliver Gibbs, Jr., and C. E. Young, v. 3, 1857
    Box   16 F   40
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Hudson and neighborhood,” T. Dwight Hall, v. 3, 1857
    Box   16 F   41
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Chippewas of Lake Superior,” Richard F. Morse, v. 3, 1857
    Box   16 F   42
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Early history of WI,” Rev. Alfred Brunson, v. 4, 1857/8
    Box   16 F   43
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Recollections of WI since 1820,” Col. Ebenezer Childs, v. 4, 1857/8
    Box   16 F   44
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Recollections of early history of Northern WI, " Hon. Henry S. Baird, v. 4, 1857/8
    Box   16 F   45
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Life and services of J. D. Doty,” Gen. Albert G. Ellis, v. 5, 1857-9
    Box   16 F   46
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Reminiscences of Hole-in-the-Day,” Julius T. Clark, v. 5, 1857-9
    Box   16 F   47
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Memoir of Henry S. Baird,” E. H. Ellis, v. 7, 1873-6
    Box   16 F   48
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Missions on Chequamegon Bay,” John M. Davidson, v. 12, 1892
    Box   16 F   49
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Papers of James Duane Doty: official JL, 1820, expedition with Cass and Schoolcraft,” v. 13, 1892
    Box   16 F   50
    Reprints, WI Historical Collections, [In the CMU catalog, these volumes are called the Annual reports and collections of the State Historical Society of WI (SHSW), v. 1-13, Reports and Collections of the SHSW, v. 4-10, and Collections of the SHSW, v. 11-20], WI Chippewa articles, in order by publication date: “Story of Chequamegon Bay,” by the editor, v. 13, 1892
    Box   16 F   51
    Reprints, WI Historical Society, Proceedings of…, v. 47, numerous pages, 1899?
    Box   16 F   52
    Reprints, Topic: WI Indians Information – Census, State Historical Society of WI (SHSW) Project, 1980
    Box   16 F   53
    Reprints, Wolf, Eric R. “Aspects of group relations in a complex society: Mexico,” in American Anthropologist, v. 58, 1956
    Box   16 F   54
    Reprints, Wolf, Eric R. “Closed corporate peasant communities in Mesoamerica and Central Java,” in Southwestern JL of Anthropology, v. 13 (1), 1957
    Box   16 F   55
    Reprints, Topic: Wyandot Indians, materials re: Wyandot vocabulary copied from the John N. B. Hewitt and Albert S. Gatschet collections in the National Museum of Natural History/ Smithsonian Institution, and copies of the Weekly Palladium, [Wayne County, Ind.], 1891, copies made in 1981, 1981
    Box   16 F   56
    Reprints, Young, James R., ed. Guide to the decisions of the Interior Dept. on Indian Lands (3 microfiche sheets), American Indian Study, UCLA, 1985
    Box   16 F   57
    Reprints, Young, Mary E. “Indian removal and land allotment: the Civilized Tribes and Jacksonian justice,” in American Historical Review, v. 64, 1958
    Box   16 F   58
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, [re: US et al., vs. State of MI, et al., 1992], 1992
    Box   16 F   59
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Additional Documents Collected by…Cleland…and…McClurken…, 1992
    Box   16 F   60
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Agreement Between Clifton (Ethnohistory Associates) and Scott Hendricks (Research Subcontractor), 1991
    Box   16 F   61
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Chronological List of Documents Sent to the MAG, [1992]
    Box   16 F   62
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Correspondence Between Clifton and John Wernet, First Assist. MAG, Includes Work Plan and Contract, 1992
    Box   16 F   63
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Correspondence to Clifton Between John Wernet, First Assist. MAG, re: Request of Tribe for Production of Documents, and Request List, 1992
    Box   16 F   64
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Correspondence from Clifton to Margaret R. “Peggy” Clifton, re: Work to do, 1991
    Box   16 F   65
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Correspondence to Clifton from Isabella Co. (MI) Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and Notes, 1991
    Box   16 F   66
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Documents, 1869-1966 (Scattered), not Used nor Introduced, 1992, 1869-1966 (Scattered), 1992
    Box   16 F   67
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Faxed Information and Correspondence Between Clifton and Steve Faraca, and Lists and Examples of Documents, 1992
    Box   16 F   68
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Faxed Information Between Clifton and John Wernet, First Assist. MAG, re: Alan S. Newell Disposition, includes Overview of Federal Relations with the Saginaw, Swan Creek and Black River Bands of Chippewa, 1910-1934, Report by Newell, and lists of documents, 1992
    Box   16 F   69
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Indian Treaty Study- Isabella Treaties Data Printouts for 1819, 1836-1839, 1855, 1859, and 1864 treaties, 1819, 1836-1839, 1855, 1859, 1864
    Box   16 F   70
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Isabella Document…Prepared for Litigation (folder 1 of 3), [1992]
    Box   16 F   71
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Isabella Document…Prepared for Litigation (folder 2 of 3), [1992]
    Box   16 F   72
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Isabella Document…Prepared for Litigation (folder 3 of 3), [1992]
    Box   16 F   73
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Isabella Notes/Reports (was a Binder), [1992]
    Box   16 F   74
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Notes (Clifton’s) on publications of Charles E. Cleland, [1992?]
    Box   16 F   75
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Queries for [Alan S.] Newell Deposition and Trial, 1992
    Box   16 F   76
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Reference Reprints: Browne, William P. and Michael Davis. Community control and the reservation: self-interest as a factor limiting reform,” in Ethnicity, v. 3 (3), 1976
    Box   16 F   77
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Topic: “5%” Materials, 1836-1874 (Scattered)
    Box   17 F   1
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Gibb, William J. “Legal status of the Saginaw-Chippewa through time,” a research paper…Doctor of Philosophy, 1978
    Box   17 F   2
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Hayes, E. L. Multiple pages of Atlas of Isabella County, MI, 1879
    Box   17 F   3
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Kappler, Charles J. Parts of V. 1 (1904), 3 (1913) and 6 (1967) of Indian affairs: laws and treaties, 1904, 1913, 1967
    Box   17 F   4
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Kyser, DeWayne F. “Cultural landscape of rural Isabella County: variation in time and space,” a thesis…MSU…Doctor of Philosophy, 1968
    Box   17 F   5
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Littlefield, Alice. “BIA boarding school: theories of resistance and social reproduction” in Humanity and Society, v. 13 (4), 1968
    Box   17 F   7
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Littlefield, Alice. “Indian education and the world of work in MI,” a paper presented at the American Anthropological Association meeting, Chicago, 1991
    Box   17 F   8
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Littlefield, Alice. “Learning to labor: Native American education in the US: 1880-1930,” a chapt. in Political economy of Native Americans, ed. by John H. Moore, copyright 1993, 1993
    Box   17 F   9
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Martin, Susan Rapalje. “Reconsideration of aboriginal fishing strategies in the northern Great Lakes region,” in American Antiquity, v. 54 (3), 1985
    Box   17 F   10
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Montfort, Margaret M. “Ethnicity and tribal identity among the Saginaw Chippewa of nineteenth century MI,” a thesis…MA…MSU…, 1990
    Box   17 F   11
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Swamp and Overflowed Lands Act, MI Patent, 1862
    Box   17 F   12
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Thompson, Jacob (1810-1885), Biography, [Chairman of committees on Public Lands and Indian Affairs, later sued for money stolen from Indian funds in Dept. of the Interior.], undated
    Box   17 F   13
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, US General Land Office Correspondence re: Swamp and Overflow Lands in MI, 1850-1873
    Box   17 F   14
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Background, Which were not Sent [to the MAG]. Dates documented include:, 1800, 1821, 1834, 1839-1841
    Box   17 F   15
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Background, Which were not Sent [to the MAG]. Dates documented include:, 1846-1847, 1849, 1851, 1989
    Box   17 F   16
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1797, 1819, 1992
    Box   17 F   17
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1836-1837, 1992
    Box   17 F   18
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1838-1839, 1992
    Box   17 F   19
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1840-1841, 1992
    Box   17 F   20
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1844-1845, 1992
    Box   17 F   21
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1848-1852, 1992
    Box   17 F   22
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1853, 1992
    Box   17 F   23
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1854, 1992
    Box   17 F   24
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1855, March-July 14, 1992
    Box   17 F   25
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1855, July 17-December, 1992
    Box   17 F   26
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: Ottawa-Chippewa Treaty JL; 1855 Treaty Documents, 1855, 1992
    Box   17 F   27
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1856, 1992
    Box   17 F   28
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1857, 1992
    Box   17 F   29
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1858-1859, 1992
    Box   17 F   30
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1860-1861, 1992
    Box   17 F   31
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1862-1863, 1992
    Box   17 F   32
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1864, 1992
    Box   17 F   33
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1865-1866, 1992
    Box   17 F   34
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1868-1869, 1992
    Box   17 F   35
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1870, 1992
    Box   17 F   36
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1871, 1992
    Box   17 F   37
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1872-1876, 1992
    Box   17 F   38
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1878-1879: Isabella Co. Map Showing Indian Land, 1879, 1992
    Box   18 F   1
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1880-1883, 1992
    Box   18 F   2
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1884-1886 , 1992
    Box   18 F   3
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1887-1889, 1992
    Box   18 F   4
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1890-1893: 1891 Map of Union Twp. (Isabella Co., MI), 1891, 1992
    Box   18 F   5
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1894-1896, 1899: Map of Indian Reservations…of the US, 1899, 1992
    Box   18 F   6
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1900, 1992
    Box   18 F   7
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1905-1910, 1992
    Box   18 F   8
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1911-1918: Includes Annual Reports of the Superintendent of the Mount Pleasant Indian School (ARSMPIS), 1911-1912, 1992
    Box   18 F   9
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1919-1929 (Scattered): Includes ARSMPIS, 1920-1923, 1925, 1929, 1992
    Box   18 F   10
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1920-1935 (Scattered) re: Hunting and Fishing Rights, 1992
    Box   18 F   11
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1930-1934: Includes ARSMPIS, 1930-1932, 1992
    Box   18 F   12
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1935-1936, 1992
    Box   18 F   13
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1937, 1992
    Box   18 F   14
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1938, 1992
    Box   18 F   15
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1941-1943, 1947, 1949, 1992
    Box   19 F   16
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are orgaized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1950, 1992
    Box   18 F   17
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1952, 1992
    Box   18 F   18
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are orgaized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1952 General Accounting Office (US) Report on the Saginaw-Chippewa, 1992
    Box   18 F   19
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1953-1954: Includes Indian Claims Commission (ICC) Records, 1992
    Box   18 F   20
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are orgaized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1960, 1968, 1992
    Box   18 F   21
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1970: Includes ICC Records, 1992
    Box   18 F   22
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are orgaized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1973: Includes ICC Records, 1992
    Box   18 F   23
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1974-1976, 1978: Includes ICC Records, 1992
    Box   18 F   24
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are orgaized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1980, 1985-1986, 1988: Includes Tribe’s Amended Constitution and By-Laws, 1986, 1992
    Box   18 F   25
    Reprints, Saginaw-Chippewa, Sent to the MAG, 1992. Reprints are organized chronologically. There are multiple items in each folder. Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs are often included. Dates documented include: 1991-1992, 1992
    Box   18 F   26
    Saginaw-Chippewa, Subpoena to Clifton, November 17, 1992
    Box   18 F   27
    Saginaw-Chippewa, US vs. Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of MI, et al., Correspondence to Larry Burdick, Prosecuting Attorney, from Judith Rabinowitz, US Dept. of Justice, and Attachments (folder 1 of 3),  1990-1991
    Box   18 F   28
    Saginaw-Chippewa, US vs. Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of MI, et al., Correspondence to Larry Burdick, Prosecuting Attorney, from Judith Rabinowitz, US Dept. of Justice, and Attachments (folder 2 of 3),  1990-1991
    Box   18 F   29
    Saginaw-Chippewa, US vs. Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of MI, et al., Correspondence to Larry Burdick, Prosecuting Attorney, from Judith Rabinowitz, US Dept. of Justice, and Attachments (folder 3 of 3),  1990-1991
    Box   18 F   30
    Saginaw-Chippewa, US vs. Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of MI, et al., Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1997
    Box   19 F   1
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Chippewa Materials-WI from Charles E. Brown Papers, 1863-1934 (Scattered) and undated, Note [Clifton’s], undated, 1863-1934, undated
    Box   19 F   2
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Correspondence to Clifton from Daniel Israel, Native American Rights Fund (NARF), 1976, and Attachments re: US vs. Ordic Baker, Exhibit I; Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, et al., vs. Lester P. Voigt et al.(74-C-313), Brief in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment, Reply Brief, and Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss; and Related Outline of Records of Hunting and Fishing, Jeffrey Schuster, NARF, to Bruce Greene And Arlinda Locklear, 1976, 1976
    Box   19 F   3
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Index to Expert Testimony Before the ICC, pp. vii-viii, 47, 80, 1973
    Box   19 F   4
    WI vs. Baker, et al. [Materials] Not of Interest, 1830s-1865 (Scattered) [Some very poor quality copies], [1970s]5
    Box   19 F   5
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Opinion and Order [by Judge James Doyle] (76-C-359), September 20, 1978
    Box   19 F   6
    WI vs. Baker, et al. People vs. LeBlanc, Supreme Court of MI Case, September 20, 1978
    Box   19 F   7
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Related Cases, 1976: Citizens League for Civil Wirths, Inc., et al. vs. Ordic Baker, et al. (76-C-376), Affidavit of David Cheney, 1976; US before Federal Power Commission Project No. 108, Testimony of Nancy Oestreich Lurie for Lac Courte Orielles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Exhibit No. 5, 1976?; Transcript of FPC hearing on Licensing of Project 108, Examination of Prof. Nancy Lurie, 1976? 1976?
    Box   19 F   8
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Related Cases, 1976: Related Correspondence, 1976: from Arlinda Locklear to Lilith Kunkel; to Jeffrey S. Shuster, NARF, from F. Gerald Ham, WI State Archivist 1976, 1976
    Box   19 F   9
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Related Cases, 1976: Removal, Letter of Lewis Cass, 1821, and Articles, mostly from WI Historical Collections, various dates, 11976
    Box   19 F   10
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Related Cases, 1976: Testimony of Clifton, undated
    Box   19 F   11
    WI vs. Baker, et al. Related Cases, 1976: US vs. Jerome Bouchard (76-C-70) and US vs. Ben Ruby and Sons, et al., (72-C366), Opinion and Order, September 21, 1978
    Box   20 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Bibliography, OLD NWT, A-R, undated
    Box   21 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Bibliography, OLD NWT, S-Z; and Biographical Index, A-L, undated
    Box   22 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Biographical Index, Mc-Z; Canada; and Indian Removal-Chippewa- MN; and Indian Removal-Chippewa-Saginaw Bay, undated
    Box   23 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Chippewa-Personal Names, NARF, 1978-2; and Indian Removal-Chippewa-SE MI, Swan Creek and Black Creek, undated
    Box   24 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-WI, undated
    Box   25 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-WI, Special Files; and Indian Removal-Delawares, Ohio and IN, undated
    Box   26 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Illini Remnant; Indian Removal-IL, General; and Indian Removal-IL-Potawatomi, undated
    Box   27 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Indian Names; Indian Removal-IN, General; Indian Removal-Kickapoo; and Indian Removal-Menominee, undated
    Box   28 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Miamis Indian Removal-MI, General, pre-1825-1840, undated
    Box   29 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-MI, General, 1841-post-1855; and Indian Removal-MI-Ottawa and Chippewa, pre-1825-1840, undated
    Box   30 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-MI-Ottawa and Chippewa, 1841-post-1855; and Indian Removal-NWT, General, undated
    Box   31 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Ohio, General; and Indian Removal-Ohio-Ottawa, undated
    Box   32 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Potawatomi-Chronological; Indian Removal-Potawatomi-Prairie People, 1800-1847; Indian Removal-Potawatomi-IN, pre-1825-1851, undated
    Box   33 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Potawatomi-IN, 1837-1851; Indian Removal-Potawatomi-MI; and Indian Removal-Potawatomi-NE WI, undated
    Box   34 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Sauk and Fox; Indian Removal-Seneca, Sandusky, Lewiston, Wapokonneta; and Indian Removal-Shawnee, undated
    Box   35 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Sioux; and Indian Removal-WI, General, undated
    Box   36 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal-Winnebago, undated
    Box   37 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Indian Removal Policy; Maps; Miscellaneous Illustrations (citations of many in Smithsonian); and Quotes, undated
    Box   38 F   1
    5x7 inch Notecards in Notecard Boxes, Special Treaties, Ratified, 1825-1856; and Special Treaties, Not Ratified, 1821-1853, undated
    V   1  
    Included here are various copied pages, not in numerical order, probably indicating that they are from multiple nineteenth century Tract Books of the General Land Office (Ionia, MI). An inserted note indicates property that was part of the Mount Pleasant Indian School. [The originals reside at the Bentley Historical Library.], 19th century
    V   1  
    1 Overszied black volume, Includes various copied pages, not in numerical order, probably indicating that they are from multiple nineteenth century Tract Books of the General Land Office (Ionia, MI). An inserted note indicates property that was part of the Mount Pleasant Indian School. [The originals reside at the Bentley Historical Library.], 19th century, 20th century copy, 20th century
    F   1  
    1 Oversized Folder: Includes copies of pages of plat maps of Isabella County (MI) Townships, including: Union Township, 1891, by A. R. Arnold, showing probable Indian land colored pink, approx. 15x24 inches, and Denver? and Wise townships, 1879, both showing Indian Reservation in pink and land selected by Indians in blue, and both 16.5x24inches. [The originals reside at the National Archives.] 20th century copy, 20th century