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American Indians

Displaying 101 - 150 of 175
Title Date Summary
101 Untitled
Taylor--George W.
Northern Iowan 67:35, p.2
3/2/1971 The Northern Iowan office was stacked full of contributions that had been collected; photo.
102 Indian aid drive through March 26
Northern Iowan 67:34, p.1
2/26/1971 Northern Iowan will coordinate effort.
103 The drive's going well
Northern Iowan 67:34, p.2
2/26/1971 Effort to seek donations for Rosebud Reservation.
104 Let them decide
Northern Iowan 67:33, p.2
2/23/1971 Would allow Indians on the Rosebud Reservation to decide what they need.
105 Your chance to help
Northern Iowan 67:32, p.2
2/19/1971 Asks for assistance for American Indians on Rosebud Reservation.
106 Prof upset about cartoon caption
Eakin--Mary K. (Education Faculty)
Northern Iowan 67:30, p.3
2/12/1971 Believes caption implied that American Indians are not human beings.
107 Soon To Join The Rest
Northern Iowan 67:28, p.2
2/5/1971 The American Indian is near extinction.
108 Indian students learn about UNI
Northern Iowan 66:42, p.1
3/13/1970 Twenty students from Tama will visit campus.
109 Untitled
Northern Iowan 66:42, p.4
3/13/1970 Ray Slick visits campus; photo.
110 Tama students to visit UNI Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1969:394, p.1
3/9/1970 Twenty Mesquakie students from the Tama Indian settlement will participate in the American Indian "visitation day" at UNI.
111 Tutors needed
Northern Iowan 66:32, p.4
2/6/1970 Need tutors to assist Mesquake Indians.
112 Revolution happening in Navajo education
Northern Iowan 66:22, p.10
11/21/1969 Dillon Platero speaks on Rough Rock Demonstration School.
113 To lecture on Navajo
Northern Iowan 66:20, p.8
11/14/1969 Dillon Platero will speak.
114 SCI educator participates in Indian Reading Program
College Eye 59:48, p.3
7/9/1965 Will work with children in Tama.
115 Opportunities in Indian schools
College Eye 49:22, p.1
116 Indian girl from Tama compares TC with Oklahoma junior college
College Eye 47:6, p.3
10/14/1955 Profile of Georgianna Davenport; photo.
117 Southwest tour studies Indian life
Lehnus--Gwendolyn (Gwen) (Student--1954)
College Eye 46:11, p.5
11/19/1954 Lengthy description of summer tour to American Southwest; photo.
118 Inquiring reporter
College Eye 45:40, p.3
8/6/1954 Comments on field trip to American Southwest.
119 News in brief
College Eye 45:40, p.3
8/6/1954 Quick notes from around campus.
120 Untitled
Bultena--Louis (Sociology Faculty)
College Eye 45:39, p.2
7/30/1954 Describes a visit to a Navajo reservation.
121 Grade teachers urgently needed in Indian schools
College Eye 42:23, p.2
122 For jobs in Indian grade schools civil service asks for applications
College Eye 41:33, p.2
123 Untitled
College Eye 40:34, p.2
7/1/1949 Tells the story of an Indian man's trip to deliver an invitation to Minnesota Governor Youngdahl.
124 Alumna gets degree
College Eye 39:7, p.2
10/31/1947 Flora Bailey receives Ph. D. for work on Navajos.
125 Library book display features Indian theme
College Eye 37:4, p.4
9/28/1945 Will feature work by Oklahoma Indians.
126 Exhibit Indian paintings in Vocational Building
College Eye 33:6, p.6
10/17/1941 Exhibit sponsored by WPA.
127 Leigh E. Robinson
Alumnus 25:2, p.9
4/1/1941 Has been transferred from Klawock to Hoonah, Alaska. After a six-year stay at Klawock, the Robinsons have moved to their new location, where they are engaged in the Indian service.
128 Wanted: teachers who can rough it
College Eye 31:35, p.3
6/14/1940 Potentially difficult conditions face those who wish to teach in American Indian communities.
129 Liberty Maye Mattson
Alumnus 24:1, p.25
1/1/1940 Moved from Lower Brule, South Dakota to Ft. Thompson. She has been transferred from a day school to the reservation boarding school, teaching third and fourth grades and performing dormitory duty.
130 Indian to lecture at religious forum
College Eye 28:4, p.1
10/2/1936 Tokaniya and Paal Batab will appear.
131 Religious forum to feature motion pictures Sunday
College Eye 27:18, p.1
10/25/1935 Harold Kellogg will present films about Navajo and Hopi people.
132 Mrs. Elsa K. Adams
Alumnus 19:4, p.20
10/1/1935 The former Elsa E. Krause is Secretary for Ernest Thompson Seton's College of Indian Wisdom in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
133 Young Bird and Jack Rabbit attend school in Oklahoma; little Indians motivated by free lunch and bus ride
College Eye 27:51, p.1
8/2/1935 Summer students who work in an Oklahoma school talk about their experiences.
134 Alice Beck Hancock
Alumnus 19:3, p.19
7/1/1935 Teaches home economics at the Indian service in Cheyenne, South Dakota.
135 Zickefoose aids in discovery of path traveled by first Americans
Alumnus 19:2, p.11
4/1/1935 Harold Zickefoose conducts archeological research in Alaska.
136 Matilda DeBeck tells story of Indian school experiences; teacher spends her winter "vacation" going to school
College Eye 26:33, p.3
3/1/1935 Has been teacher in Turtle Mountains of North Dakota.
137 Indian reservation teacher lectures for Primary Club
College Eye 26:29, p.3
2/1/1935 Matilda DeBeck speaks.
138 Roe-Cloud to speak on Indian culture
College Eye 26:27, p.1
1/18/1935 At Presbyterian supper.
139 Theta Epsilon hears lecture on Indians
College Eye 25:36, p.3
3/30/1934 Stanley Benz spoke.
140 Granddaughter of Indian chief enrolls in music
College Eye 23:45, p.2
6/10/1932 Profile of Francis Mengel.
141 Zilla E. Dillon
Alumnus 15:2, p.25
4/1/1931 Now in Ft. Defiance, Arizona, where she teaches kindergarten in the largest Indian Agency in the United States. She entered the United States Indian Service last September.
142 Indians bow at grave of former student
College Eye 21:31, p.3
5/8/1930 George A. Fairfield devoted fifty years to teaching in Iowa and Washington.
143 Helen Lovene Taft
Alumnus 14:2, p.28
4/1/1930 Taft, of Fairmont, Minnesota, is now assistant supervisor in an orphanage for native children at Haines, Alaska. She is working on a three year contract under the Presbyterian Church Board of National Missions.
144 Art League
College Eye 21:23, p.3
3/14/1930 Ida Hart spoke about Indian life and art at recent meeting.
145 Snake-dancing and other ceremonies
Public Relations News Release 1929:297, p.1
3/8/1930 Ida Fay Hart to give lecture about native Americans.
146 Indian life, art and customs will be described Sunday
College Eye 21:22, p.6
3/7/1930 Ida Fay Hart will speak at CHIC vesper service.
147 American Indian to lecture in England; Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman to address school children
College Eye 19:20, p.1
2/1/1928 Charles Alexander Eastman sails for Europe.
148 Hurtz talks of work among Indians
College Eye 18:27, p.1
1/26/1927 At Sunday morning services.
149 Jim Thorpe, Indian athlete, gives up sports; greatest athlete of all time
College Eye 17:30, p.6
1/27/1926 Profile of Jim Thorpe.
150 Big Sioux Indian chief Red Fox will appear tomorrow: first program at 9:30
College Eye 17:6, p.1
7/8/1925 Speaker profile.


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