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Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; chapter 5 from 'Public Policy Impacts on American Indian Economic Development' pages 113-144; about the political organization of the the Zuni Indian tribe; the effects of the Dawes Act, the Indian...
1988-12-03
Article from "Handbook of North American Indians vol. 9, Southwest" Smithsonian Institution, 1979 (volume editor Alfonso Ortiz), pages 482-491
1979-12-03
Article from "Exploration: Annual Bulletin of the School of American Research" (1983 issue, 2nd printing 1986)
1986-12-03
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; an act to direct the Secretary of the Interior to purchase and hold certain lands in trust for the Zuni Indian Tribe of New Mexico, and to confer jurisdiction on the Court of Claims with respect to land...
1978-05-15
Official copy of the law passed August 28, 1984 transferring control to the Zuni Tribe the sacred sites in Apache County, Arizona, near confluence of the Zuni and Little Colorado rivers
1984-08-28
Congressional hearings over a bill to convey to the Zunis the "Kolhuwalawa Yalanne" sacred sites centered on the confluence of the Zuni and Little Colorado rivers, for religious ceremonies (113 pages, dated April 9, 1984)
1984-04-09
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; two page report on the importance of Kolhu/wala:wa to the Zuni Indian tribe.
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; five page report on the cultural and religious importance of the Kolhu/wala:wa area to the Zuni Indian tribe.
1984-04-03
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; pages 499-508 from Southwest, volume 9; about Zuni religious beliefs, ceremonial practices, and social organization.
1979-12-03
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; chapter 4 "The Social Organization of Zuni" pages 176-222; about the social structure and kinship terminology of the Zuni Indians.
1973-12-03
Copy used as an exhibit in a court case; pages 876-877 about the organization of Zuni ceremonies, dances, and kivas.
2022-12-03
Article in The New Republic, September 26, 1923 issue about recording versus suppressing Indian culture; reviews "The Indian's Book" by Natalie Curtis, and "The Red Man in the United States" made under the direction of G.E.E. Lindquist
1923-09-26
Copy of a 46 page letter to John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, about Sergeant's visit to the Zuni Indian Reservation and Zuni Pueblo July 15-22, 1933; in-depth report on the state of the Zuni Indian community and their opinions...
2022-12-03
Pages 178-179, 182; description of Mormon settlers' efforts at building dams on the Little Colorado River and tributaries in Navajo County, Arizona ca. 1880-1915.
1973-12-03
Two pages of an article in Sunset Magazine July 1924 issue 53 criticizing Charles Burke, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and his efforts to eradicate Pueblo and Zuni Indian culture.
1924-07-01
One page of notes on information culled from "From Every Zenith" by John Collier about the Zuni Indians and their relations with the government.
Contains title page and table of contents; no other information provided.
2022-12-03
Three pages featuring statements by missionaries Andrew & Effa Vander Wagen, Rev. & Mrs. Herman Fryling of the Christian Reformed Church, and several people at a hearing at the Zuni day school including Adelina Otero-Warren and Superintendent...
1924-05-01
Letter from John Collier, Secretary of the American Indian Defense Association in response to an article in the August-September issue of Indian Truth.
1924-11-02
Six page article from Sunset magazine January 1923 issue criticizing the Bursum Bill and the United States government's policies concerning the Zuni Indians' land and water rights.
1923-01-01
Six page article in Sunset Magazine, February 1923 issue, criticizing the Bursum Bill and the United States governments' policies concerning the Pueblo Indians' land and water rights, and the eradication of Pueblo Indian culture.
1923-02-01
Six page article from The Survey August 1923 Volume L Number 9 criticizing the Bursum Bill and the United States governments' policies concerning the land and water rights of the Pueblo Indians, and the eradication of Pueblo Indian culture.
1923-08-01
Excerpts from various works cited in Minge's agricultural history of the Zia Pueblo Indians in the historic period
1987-02-01
Chapter 1 from an agricultural history of the Santa Ana Pueblo Indians in the historic period, including their use of water in the Jemez River basin; Chapter title: U.S. occupation of the Jemez Valley, 1846 to 1890
1987-02-01
Notes for the sources cited in "Santa Ana Pueblo, 1846-1896"; used for a court case
1987-02-01
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