Indians of North America
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes essays, articles and other research material created or collected by Arthur Andrew Olson III ranging from 2009 to 2016 regarding the lineage and life of David Kilgore (1804-1879) and other related topics in Delaware County and Indiana history including the settlement and relocation of Native American peoples, state and national politics, and railroads during the period between Indiana statehood and the era of Reconstruction following the United States Civil War.
This collection consists of correspondence, publications, manuscripts, project files, research notes, a Michigan navigability study, and other records ranging from 1897 to 1979 documenting the life and career of prominent American anthropologist Clark Wissler.
This collection includes research and legal papers, documents, personal papers, maps, photocopies of archival documents, and books from Elizabeth Glenn ranging from 1809 to 2000 regarding anthropology and Miami Indian nation history.
This collection includes an article by Dolores M. Lahrman and Ross S. Johnson describing Indian landholdings in Delaware County and subsequent claims filed in regard to sale of those lands. It also provides an overview for the rest of the collection, which consists primarily of supporting documentation in the form of photocopies of records held at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC.
This collection consists of a series of monographs on manufacturers, utility companies, and local life in Muncie, Indiana. The monographs were published between 1938 and 1939 by the Muncie Board of Education for use in junior high schools.
This collection includes reproductions of paintings from American Indians published by in 1932 regarding Pueblo and Native American art.
The colophon reads, "500 copies of this volume, all on the same paper, have been printed for sale and these have been numbered 1 to 500 and each copy bears the signature of the publisher. This is copy no: 85.