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Potawatomi Tribe

Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 5 Records:

Personal papers of Donald Stull

Call Number: PP 583

This collection consists of the professional working files of Donald Stull, an applied anthropologist who worked at the University of Kansas. The collection includes research materials from several major projects Stull conducted about contemporary Native American life, what aging means in central Kansas Mennonite communities, and rural meatpacking factory impacts on the boomtowns hosting them, as well as materials from other projects and activities in which Stull was involved.

Dates: 1967 - 2015

Personal papers of James A. Clifton

Call Number: PP 528

James A. Clifton was a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Kansas from 1962-1970. This collection contains Clifton's ethnographic research materials on socio-economic conditions in Chilean communities; African-Americans in St. Louis and Lawrence, Kansas; and the Potawatomi language.

Dates: 1933 - 1974

Potawatomi Culture

 Collection — Volume 1
Call Number: RH MS D184

This volume is a Xerox copy of the original manuscript Potawatomi Culture, 1936-1958, with corrections.

Dates: 1936 - 1958

Potawatomi Medicine

 Collection — Volume 1
Call Number: RH MS D185

This volume is a Xerox copy of the original manuscript Potawatomi Medicine, with corrections. The research was sponsored by a grant of the Anthropology Department, Columbia University (1935-36) and a grant-in-aid from the National Social Science Research Council, 1957.

Dates: between 1950 and 1959

Thomas Jefferson letter

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH VLT MS Q1

Contains message of peace for the Native American chiefs to carry back from Washington to their tribes. Letter starts as follows: "My friends and children, chiefs of the Osages, Missouris, Kansas, Ottoes, Panis, Ayowas, Sioux, Pontewattamies, Foxes and Sacs." April 11, 1806.

Dates: April 11, 1806