Albert H. Schroeder papers, 1600-1993.


Schroeder, Albert H. Albert H. Schroeder papers, 1600-1993.

Albert H. Schroeder papers, 1600-1993.

Collection consists of research materials and professional papers of Albert H. Schroeder. Research materials include copies or translations of documents from various repositories, particularly from the National Archives record groups 75 (Bureau of Indian Affairs), 94 (U.S. Adjutant General's Office, 98 (U.S. Army Commands), and 107 (Office of the Secretary of War). Professional papers include correspondence, journals, field notes, studies, course outlines, speeches and publications. Studies consist of papers produced for National Park Service analysis and interpretation of cultural properties, conference papers, cultural property reviews, archaeological society programs, historical society publications, book reviews, and translations. Subjects addressed in the collection include anthropological and archaeological research on Apache Indians, Arizona history, field methodology, historic preservation, Indian land claims, land grants, New Mexico history (pre- 17th century), National Park Service administration, Pueblo Indians, prehistoric cultures, Spanish colonial history, and Texas history. Collection also includes photocopies of the papers of Indian agent Michael Steck housed at the University of New Mexico Library.

75 linear feet.



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