The Papers of the Society of American Indians. Larner, John W. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc.,1987.
MIC FLM E 75 S6 P374X 1987 10 reels, 35mm.
The Papers of the Society of American Indaians provide an extensive array of source material generated by the nation's earliest Pan-Indian reform organizations. The papers include about 5,600 items of correspondence between members, minutes, memoranda, reports, legal documents, newsclippings, and personal jottings. Both native American and white thoughts about assimilation and self-determination are represented in this collection drawn from forty-five collections nationwide. It covers all major issues and most of the important figures connected with U.S. Indian policy during the period of Progressivism. SAI items NOT INCLUDED in the collection due to wide availability: The American Indian Magazine/Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians , Report of the Executive Council on the Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of the Society of American Indians, and Report of the Executive Council on the Proceedings of the First-Third Annual Conferences of the Society of American Indians.
1 Correspondence, Abbot to Carter
2 Correspondence, Cash to Davis
3 Correspondence, Davis to Hoslin
4 Correspondence, Houghton to McKenzie
5 Correspondence, McKenzie (cont.) to Richards
6 Correspondence, Richards to Stephens
7 Correspondence, Stephens to Zeller.
8 Part I, Series B: Organizational documents SAI (cont.) Part II, Series I- Correspondence
9 Part II, Series I - Correspondence (cont.);
Part II, Series 2, Publications
10 Part II, Series 2, Pulications (cont.); Part II, Series 3, Newspaper coverage
MIC FINDING AIDS:
FLM E 75 S6 P374X 1987 GUIDE
The collection is indexed in Guide tothe Scholarly Resources Microfilm Edition of the Papers of the Society of American Indians. Included are two keys to acronyms, an author index for correspondence, author index for SAI pulications, and newspaper title index.
Society of American Indians--Archives
Indians of North America--History-