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American Indians

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Title Date Summary
51 Time to respect environment, Native Americans
Bloom--Sarah
Northern Iowan 90:13, p.6
10/12/1993 Relates experiences at recent conference.
52 UNI helps bring Girl Scouting to Mesquakie settlement
Northern Iowa Today 21:1, p.6
3/1/1993 Grant will support first year effort.
53 Cooperative effort expected to help Native American girls
Northern Iowan 89:39, p.5
2/16/1993 UNI will assist in program to bring Girl Scout organization to Mesquakie settlement.
54 Dancing for diversity . . . .
Wagner--David
Northern Iowan 89:6, p.1
9/18/1992 American Indian dance group on campus; photo.
55 Experiencing "a radically different" culture
Culpepper--Gwenne C. Holmes (Compliance and Equity Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 20:2, p.1
9/1/1992 Professor Lawrence Kavich escorts twelve UNI students for teaching experience on Indian reservation in northern California.
56 Religious freedom creates concern
Northern Iowan 88:30, p.3
1/21/1992 Believes that government may be discriminating against American Indians in the practice of their religion.
57 Columbus anniversary prompts charges of ethnocentrism, says University of Northern Iowa professor
Public Relations News Release 1991:300, p.1
12/19/1991 Robert Gish says the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage provides a forum for raising awareness that Native American cultures were well-established in the "New World" prior to his arrival.
58 Gish preparing to leave UNI for new challenges in California
Johnston--Krista L. (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 88:26, p.8
12/6/1991 Biographical profile of Professor Gish, who will take job at Cal Poly; photo.
59 Native American student learns about personal history
Northern Iowan 88:21, p.6
11/12/1991 Profile of Michael Choate; photo.
60 UNI math/science teacher programs receive funds
Campus News Network 2:6, p.1
11/11/1991 Breakdown of $173,638 grant.
61 Are tomahawks chopping down respect for native Americans?
Public Relations News Release 1991:176, p.1
11/4/1991 Robert Gish, a native American, states that many American Indians find the chopping motion of Atlanta Braves fans offensive.
62 Northern Iowa junior pursues history--as a major and a personal quest.
Public Relations News Release 1991:178, p.1
10/31/1991 Michael Choate not only is studying history as a major in college, but is researching his own history. Choate, a Chippewa Indian, is spending time researching his tribal ancestry.
63 Art addresses social issues
Northern Iowan 82:28, p.16
1/21/1986 Gallery of Art will feature work by American Indians and artist couples.
64 Junior captivated by mystique of hobby
Bartell--Renee
Northern Iowan 82:4, p.13
9/13/1985 Ed Ogland talks about his intense interest in American Indian culture; photo.
65 Gives different impression
Kutscher--Tamara
Northern Iowan 81:26, p.3
12/11/1984 Believes she has a clearer idea of what Russell Means said in a recent speech.
66 Indian women have image problem
Northern Iowan 81:23, p.4
11/30/1984 Glenda Riley talks about her research on American Indian women; photo.
67 Means speaks of Indian struggles
Preuss--Barb
Northern Iowan 81:23, p.1
11/30/1984 Russell Means speaks about the struggles of American Indians to move forward and keep their past; photo.
68 Ignorance angers Means
Northern Iowan 81:22, p.5
11/20/1984 Profile of Russell Means; photo.
69 Karlene Armajo
UNI Century 12:2, p.3
3/1/1984 Receives American Indian Fellowship.
70 Graduate student receives American Indian Fellowship
Alumnus 67:4, p.10
1/1/1984 Karlene Armajo honored.
71 Armajo earns award
Northern Iowan 80:23, p.9
11/18/1983 Karlene Armajo wins American Indian Fellowship.
72 Power of Peyote Religion curses all
Petra--Ross A. (Class of 1977; Library Faculty)
Northern Iowan 78:23, p.8
11/24/1981 Tom Hill talks about the use of peyote in American Indian groups.
73 Hill to discuss Indians
Northern Iowan 78:21, p.4
11/17/1981 Tom Hill will talk about alcohol and peyote use among Nebraska Winnebago people.
74 Field work reveals Winnebagos' cultural changes
UNI Century 9:2, p.5
3/1/1981 Professor Tom Hill discusses his findings relating especially to drinking in Winnebego culture; photo.
75 Indian activist cites many corporate violations
Caldwell--Roland
Northern Iowan 76:46, p.7
4/4/1980 Native American rights activist Madonna Thunderhawk spoke on problems plaguing her people. The talk was sponsored by IaPIRG.
76 Future of Black Hills featured today
Northern Iowan 76:44, p.4
3/18/1980 IaPIRG will hold a speakout featuring Madonna Thunder Hawk, a veteran of Wounded Knee and founder of the Women of All Red Nations (WARN).
77 Vanishing race struggles to maintain heritage, identity
Diehm--Curtis
Northern Iowan 75:27, p.8
12/12/1978 Gayla Twiss speaks on American Indians; photo.
78 Student experiences life on a reservation; did social work field placement in South Dakota
Northern Iowan 75:25, p.6
12/5/1978 Angie Carolan talks about her experiences; photo.
79 American Indian cultural group
Northern Iowan 75:3, p.9
9/8/1978 Looking for new members.
80 Gen. ed. class added
Northern Iowan 74:60, p.4
6/30/1978 Professor Hill will offer course on North American Indians.
81 Indian author Welch to read his works Monday
Northern Iowan 74:48, p.8
4/7/1978 James Welch will read.
82 Blanford: teaching Navajo Indians
Aduddell--Kathy
Northern Iowan 73:63, p.3
7/22/1977 Bill Blanford talks about his experiences.
83 Native American confab to feature Indian speakers
Northern Iowan 73:54, p.8
4/29/1977 Outline of program.
84 Museum films
Northern Iowan 72:22, p.7
11/14/1975 Will show films about Hopi and Sioux Indians.
85 AIM proposes better conditions for Indians; Indian Week observed
Dusenberry--Judy
Northern Iowan 69:45, p.8
4/11/1973 Excerpts from comments by Harvey Major; photo.
86 American Indian week at UNI
Northern Iowan 69:43, p.3
3/23/1973 Activities include special meal and speaker.
87 Culver moves to help Rosebud Indians
Northern Iowan 67:58, p.1
7/2/1971
88 Whatever happened to Indian Joe?
Bexell--Dennis (Student--1971)
UNI Quarterly 2:4, p.8
7/1/1971 An account of a visit by Mohawk Indians to the campus; photo.
89 Untitled
Northern Iowan 67:48, p.1
4/27/1971 "White Roots of Peace" presented by American Indians from the Akwesasne Reservation will be on campus; photo.
90 EMCEC sponsors "White Roots of Peace"
Northern Iowan 67:47, p.8
4/23/1971 Iroquois group will visit campus and talk with students.
91 North American Indian FoodItems to be on UNI Union Menu
Public Relations News Release 1971:562, p.1
4/22/1971 The food items are in honor of a visit by the White Roots of Peace, a North American Indian group.
92 North American Indian Group to be on UNI Campus April 26
Public Relations News Release 1971:553, p.1
4/19/1971 A dozen members of a North American Indian group will be on campus to interpret the growing Indian movement.
93 Culver condemns Indian policy
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.7
4/9/1971 Visits Rosebud Reservation.
94 NI goes to Rosebud
Taylor--George W.
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.5
4/9/1971 Delivers donated items to Rosebud Reservation; photo.
95 We love you!!!
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.2
4/9/1971 Thanks donors for contributing to help for Rosebud Reservation project.
96 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 2:3, p.3
4/1/1971 Collection of short articles about recent campus events and activities; photo.
97 Plea for aid in Indian drive
Northern Iowan 67:42, p.1
3/26/1971 Jim Ogden travels to Rosebud; reports findings; photo.
98 Rosebud needs textbooks
Northern Iowan 67:41, p.2
3/23/1971 Seeks contributions for reservation school.
99 Indian drive goes to the community
Northern Iowan 67:36, p.1
3/5/1971 Will move out into Cedar Falls and Waterloo.
100 Indian drive moves into the community
Northern Iowan 67:35, p.1
3/2/1971 Asks students to work in their own communities.

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