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Indians of North America -- Kansas

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 records:

Anna G. (Smith) Irvin's memories of early days in Kansas

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS P68
Overview

Reminiscences of early days near Blue Mound. Recounts family's departure from England and trip West. Describes pioneer life in Douglas County, raids during the civil War, and Indians in the area. A 4-page "Excerpt" and map is included with the account.

Dates: 1935

Floyd Schultz collection

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 446
Overview Floyd Schultz (1881-1951) was an amateur archaeologist who lived in Junction City, Geary County, and Clay Center, Clay County, Kansas. His interest in Native American history and culture extended to both participating in archaeological digs and documenting the lives of living Native Americans in various counties throughout Kansas. This collection includes Schultz's correspondence with firms to acquire artifacts and photographs for his collections, as well as a handwritten list of his...
Dates: 1870s-1949

Indian Education at Haskell Institute, 1884-1937, by Loretta Granzer

 Collection — Volume 1
Call Number: RH MS D205
Overview

Typescript master thesis, Indian Education at Haskell Institute, 1884-1937, by Loretta Granzer for the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska in 1937. 259 pages, 27 cm. Bibliography pages 260-270.

Dates: 1937

Papers of Rita Napier

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 592
Overview

This collection consists of copies of government and other publications and unpublished materials, family history materials, newsletters, and photocopies of historical documents, all materials gathered in Rita Napier's study of history, particularly the history of Native Americans and the state of Kansas. The materials are organized by when received from Napier at the Spencer Research Library.

Dates: 1806 - 2011

Wyandot Nation correspondence, documents, and clippings

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 69
Scope and Contents

The collection includes letters of Wyandot chiefs and principals of the Wyandot Nation. Also, there is correspondence about the Methodist Church Mission effort among the Wyandots involving the division of the Methodist Church North and South. The documents in the collection include several Wyandot land allotments to the tribe in Kansas territory. An item by item inventory is included in each folder.

Dates: 1823 - 1889