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Miami Indians -- Social life and customs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

History, 1811 - 2002

 Sub-Group — Multiple Containers
Abstract Miami University General, A-Z; History; Murder in the Stacks, by Marion Boyd Havighurst; 1989; [1A-F-Shelf 1] Reference Area!Miami University General, A-Z; History; Women Attorneys Speak on Gender Issues in the Profession: A Study of Miami Alumni, by Jennifer Beyersdorf; [1A-E- Shelf 5] Reference Area! Senior Honors Thesis, Miami University, April 18, 1994Miami University General, A-Z; History; Recruiting Minority Students: The Effectiveness of the Campus Tour, by Lois M....
Dates: 1811 - 2002

Miami Tribe, 1972 - 2001

 Sub-Group — Multiple Containers
Abstract Student Affairs; Miami Tribe; Materials; 1972-2001; Box 1 [8A-C-3B] Contents: 1. Chief Miami (1976-88) 2. Chief Miami (1981-94) 3. Mascot Materials (1971-82) 4. Athletics-Indian Slogans, Convocation, and Publicity (1972-81) 5. Miami Indian Tribe (2000-01) 6. Miami Indian Tribe Relations (2000-01) 7. Miami Indian Tribe (1999-2000) 8. Miami Indian Tribe (1998-99) 9. Indian Sculpture (1999) 10. Miami Indian Tribe (1997-98) 11. Miami Indian Tribe (1996-97) 12. Miami Indian Tribe...
Dates: 1972 - 2001

Myaamia Collection: Stewart Rafert Interviews

Identifier: MSS-Coll-Myaamia-Rafert
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two interviews done by Stewart Rafert with members of the Miami Nation of Indiana. The first was completed on August 7, 1977, in Peru, Indiana with Oliver Godfroy. This interview is on two audiocassettes and copied onto two compact discs (CD’s). The second interview was with Eva Bossley and Susan Hunter on August 10, 1978, also in Peru. It is on one audiocassette and copied onto one CD. These interviews were done for Rafert’s book, The Miami Indiana of Indiana:...
Dates: 1977 - 1978