Tag: Archival Development

20 Years of the Southwest Oregon Research Project

  Southwest Oregon Research Projects & The Archival Collection In 1995, I attended an event that would impact me for many years. The event was a potlatch held by the Coquille tribe and the University of Oregon. There was given away copies of some…

Native Community History of Eugene Area

Original Peoples The earliest history of Native people in the Eugene-Springfield area is that of the Kalapuya tribes from the area, Chifin, Winefelly,  Pee-u (Mohawk), and Chelamela tribes. These people signed a treaty with the United States in 1855, and were removed to temporary…

Freely given: Ethnographic collections and their Informants

Tribal traditions, languages, ethnography are integral to research on the cultures of tribes. These are part the libraries of tribal knowledge that are somewhat preserves and lost over the past 200 or more years. Elders have stated that whenever an elder passes, a library…

Academia link

Posting articles I have written in the past 15 years to this site for download. Articles span anthropology, history, archives, education and some curriculum. Follow me on Academia.edu!

New Tribal Archival Articles in Journal Publication Online

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/westernarchives/vol6/iss1/ Here is the link to articles to the new issue of Journal Of Western Archives. This is an online publicly accessible journal where I serve on the Editorial  board. The issue published yesterday is a special issue, the Native American Archives Special Issue,…

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