Indians of North America miscellaneous material, 1909-1914, 1917, and undated.
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Felix Maxwell Keesing was born 5 January 1902 in Taiping (Penang), Straits Settlements, British Malay. He attended University of New Zealand, Yale University (1928/1929) and the University of Chicago (1929/1930), receiving his Doctor of Letters (D Litt.) from the University of New Zealand in 1933. He worked as director of research in the Pacific dependencies for the Institute of Pacific Relations. In the summer of 1934, he began teaching at the University of Hawaii. He wrote his book, The Philip...
American author and historian who did research on Native Americans in the American West. Reagan was a professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University. From the guide to the Albert B. Reagan papers, 1905-1935, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) American author and historian who did research on Native Americans in the American West. From the description of Papers, 1905-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122392254 Albert B. Reagan was born in Iowa i...
Maintained originally as part of the New York State Archaeologist's correspondence files, these records are actually the files of the private Society of American Indians. Organized in 1911 as the "Association of Indians in America," and renamed the "Society of American Indians" in 1912, the organization admitted full or part-blooded aboriginal Americans to active membership and other persons interested in the welfare of Indians as associate members. The organization's goal was "to advance Americ...
Chrysostom Verwyst was born in Holland on Nov. 23, 1841. He emigrated to America with his family in 1848 and settled in Boston. Later his family purchased land in Holland, Wisc. in 1855 where they became farmers. Verwyst attended the Seminary of St. Francis between 1861 and 1865 in Milwaukee and over the next twenty years was assigned to various parishes in Wisconsin. In 1882 he joined the Franciscan Order and was stationed most of the remainder of his life in northern W...
Atwater was a lawyer and practiced in Ohio, served in the state legislature; was an Indian commissioner. From the description of Caleb Atwater papers, 1795-1838 (Detroit Public Library). WorldCat record id: 658056388 Caleb Atwater (1778-1867) was a pioneer and author. From the description of Letters and drawings, 1818-1835. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 207109744 Circleville, Ohio, pioneer, lawyer, and legislator. Author of works on Ohio natural and civ...