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Finding Aide: College of Menominee Nation Library
Special Collection on Indigenous Peoples

Reference Code

NA-CMNLSC

Repository Name & Location

College of Menominee Nation Library-Special Collections
N 172 Hwy 47/55, P.O. Box 1179, Keshena, WI, 54135

CMN Keshena-Library-Special Collections-Lower Level

Title

College of Menominee Nation Library Special Collection on Indigenous Peoples

Date

1883-1982

Extent

10.5 Linear Feet

Creator(s)

Clearwater Publishing Company, Inc.

Scope & Content

American Indian Periodicals from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin contains microfilmed images of original documents created by Indigenous groups, missionary society and federal publications, both U.S. and Canadian.  The original documents were collected by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin and 13 reels of microfilm were published by the University Publications of America, Bethesda, MD in 1981.

Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the United States contains microfilmed images of original documents created by the United States Congress, Senate, and Committee on Indian Affairs.  The eight reels of microfilm were published by the University Publications of America, Arlington, VA in 1975.  The reels include hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate, 17th-78th Congress, 1928-1943. For reel guide consult “A guide to Survey of conditions of the Indians in the United States,” available in the CMN Library Special Collections or on the CMN “Common” Drive. 

Proceedings, Address to the Public, and Report s of the Lake Mohonk Conference of Friends of the Indian from 1883 to 1916, the annual Lake Mohonk Conference influenced government policy and public opinion concerning allotments, Indian education, crafts, and the reform of the Office of Indian Affairs. Many of the recommendations of the Conference became part of federal Indian policy.

The Bow and Arrow News, Chemawa American , Indian Affairs, Indian Art Series, Indian Family Defense, Indians at Work, The Six Nations, and Town Crier (Zuni Day School) are from the American Indian Periodicals from the Princeton University Library. 

Organization (3.2)

Alphabetical, Chronological

Record Groups In Collections

RG003=Images: Collection of photographs, microform, slides, prints, and negatives.

Contents

Container Label

NA-CMNLSC-RG003

Address to the Public of the Lake Mohonk Conference in Behalf of the Civilization and Legal Protection of the Indians of the U.S.

1883-1884

American Indian Periodicals from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin

1884-1981

Bow and Arrow News

1973-1974

Chemawa American

1926-1976

Indian Affairs

1935-1982

Indian Art Series, New Mexico Assn. on Indian Affairs

1936

Indian Family Defense, Assn. on American Indian Affairs

1974-1979

Indians at Work

1933-1945

Mohonk Conference on the Negro Question

1890-1891

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Lake Mohonk Conference of Friends of Indian Civilization

1892-1912

Report of the Annual Meeting of the Lake Mohonk Conference of Friends of the Indian and Other Dependant Peoples, Guide to the Annual Reports

1908-1929

Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the United States

1928-1943

The Six Nations

1926-1930

Town Crier, Zuni Day School

1941