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Finding Aid for the Marian E. White Additional Papers, 1960-1975

22/9F/579

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Collection Overview

Title: Marian E. White Additional Papers, 1960-1975
Creator: White, Marian E. (Marian Emily), 1921-1975
Extent: 6 cartons (9.0 linear feet)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: Additional papers of Marian E. White concerning her research, teaching and participation in departmental activities in the Department of Anthropology. Materials include research proposals, documentation of salvage efforts, and course materials such as copies of exams, syllabi, and student evaluation. This collection supplements 22/9F/422, Marian E. White Papers.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 22/9F/579, Marian E. White Additional Papers, 1960-1975, University Archives, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

See the Archives' preferred citations instructions for additional information.

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the University Archives from the Department of Anthropology, State University of New York at Buffalo, via Marion Dickson on November 10, 1980.

Terms of Access

The Marian E. White Additional Papers are open for research.

Copyright

Copyright of papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in the collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Archives staff, circa 1980.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Biographical Note

UB Anthropology Professor Frederick Gearing said that "Anthropology was Marian White's vocation. More than that, it was her life. More than that, even, anthropology was her religion" ( Reporter, 11/6/1975). Indeed, Marian White, a Professor of Anthropology in the School of Arts and Sciences, dedicated her career to western New York archaeology during her sixteen years of service at UB.

In 1942 White graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor's degree. Shortly after graduation she joined the Army Air Force, working from 1944 to 1945 as an IBM Tabulator Machine Operator.

Upon her return to civilian life, she held a position as a Science Guide at the Buffalo Museum of Science until 1952. White became the first woman to graduate from the University of Michigan with a doctorate in Anthropology in 1956.

After receiving her Ph.D., White worked for the next two years at the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences. Initially, White worked as a Research Associate in Archaeology at UB while simultaneously holding the position of Assistant Curator of Anthropology at the Buffalo Museum of Science. She also served as the Assistant Curator of Archaeology at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. In 1968, White was made full Professor in the Department of Anthropology, a position she held until her death on October 31, 1975.

White's archaeological fieldwork took her to Native American sites in New York, Illinois, and Canada. Her growing interest in highway salvage -- protecting important Native American archaeological sites from highway development -- led her to a variety of administrative honors and positions. In 1969, she established the Highway Salvage program at UB to protect lands from highway and industrial development. Her involvement in Native American issues did not end with her professional work; she often volunteered for the same Native American communities who had claims to the sites on which she worked. The Auburn Historical Society awarded White the Cornplanters Medal for her work with the Iroquois.

Marian White was an important part of efforts to preserve the local and regional history:

• She served as the first President of the New York Archaeological Council from 1972 to 1974.
• She served as the Director of the Niagara Frontier Archaeological Project.
• She was appointed by Governor Rockefeller to the New York State Board on Historic Preservation.

During her lifetime, White envisioned an anthropological research museum that would house the artifacts of North American archaeology. In 1979, the Marian E. White Anthropology Museum was established in association with the Anthropology Library.

She also helped organize the University at Buffalo Archaeological Survey which trains qualified Cultural Resource Management (CRM) professionals and provides CRM services to Western New York. The Survey's mission praises White as a "a staunch proponent and pioneer of historic preservation and CRM archaeology. The Survey continues as a legacy to her recognition of the need for qualified local professionals with regional interests in public archaeology and archaeological site protection."


Chronology

1921 Born, Hartland Corners, Niagara County, New York
1942 B.A., Cornell University
1944-1945 Army Air Force, IBM Tabulator Machine Operator
1946-1952 Science Guide, Buffalo Museum of Science
1953 M.A. in Anthropology, University of Michigan
1956-1958 Research Associate and Junior Anthropologist, Rochester Museum and Science Center
1956 Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Michigan
1959 Research Associate in Anthropology, State University of New York at Buffalo
1960 Assistant Professor, University of Buffalo
1968-1975 Professor of Anthropology, State University of New York at Buffalo
1969 Established Highway Salvage program, State University of New York at Buffalo
1972-1974 President, New York Archeological Council
1975 Died

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of the papers of Marian E. White concerning her research, teaching, and participation in departmental activities in the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Much of the material concerns her interests in the archeology of Native Americans in Western New York.

Included in the papers are research proposals, documents concerning the operation of summer field schools and highway salvage efforts, materials concerning Marian E. White's participation in Anthropology Department affairs, correspondence, and other materials concerning the establishment of an anthropology museum at the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Collection also contains papers concerning courses taught by Marian E. White including copies of exams, syllabi, handouts and other items such as evaluations of graduate student work. Also included are files concerning the Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements of the Educational Planning and Policy Committee of the Faculty Senate, 1972-1973.

These papers are an addition to the Marian E. White Papers, 1934-1975 (22/9F/422) which include personal and professional correspondence, drafts of her articles and books, and other material concerning her work and the archeology of Native American cultures in Western New York.


Arrangement

While the series have been reordered alphabetically, the papers have been maintained in the order they were in when received from the Anthropology Department. The container list reflects the general content and arrangement of the collection.


Container List

Box-folder Contents
3.9 Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, 1965-1966
3.10-3.15 Graduate Committee, 1974-1975
3.16-3.20 Graduate Committee Minutes, 1975
3.21 Leaves of Absence, 1975
3.22 Ethics Committee, 1973
3.23 Appointments - Sabbatical, 1958-1974
3.24 Personnel Criteria, 1969
3.25 Graduate Assistant Meeting, 1975
3.26 Roster, 1975
3.27 Miscellaneous, 1973-1975
3.28 Financial Aid, 1974-1975
3.29 Graduate Student Information, 1974-1975
3.30 Memos of Meetings, 1974-1975
3.31 Student Problems, 1974-1975
3.32 Language Exam, 1974
3.33 Admission Responses, 1974-1975
3.34 Assistant Assignments, 1974
3.35 Graduate Committee, 1974-1976
3.36 Admissions, 1974
3.37 Announcements, 1974
3.38 Charges, 1974
3.39 Graduate Survey of Social and Cultural Anthropology, 1974
3.40 Graduate Aid, 1975
3.41 Information Handouts, 1974
3.42 New Students, 1975
3.43 Qualifying 1973-1975
3.44 Registration, 1974
3.45 Service MA's, 1974
3.46 Statistics, 1975
3.47 Teaching Program M.A., 1973
3.48 Regents Requirements, 1970
3.49 Three year B.A., 1972
3.50 Four course load, 1972-1973 [Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements]
3.51 Four course load, 1971-1974
3.52 External degrees, 1972
3.53 First meeting: Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements , 1972
3.54 Second meeting: Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements , 1972
3.55 Third meeting: Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements , 1972
3.56 Fourth meeting: Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements , 1972
3.57 General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements , 1971-1972
3.58 Independent study, 1971-1972
3.59 Continuing Education Degree, 1972
3.60 Subcommittee on Baccalaureate Requirements: Agenda, 1972
3.61 Three-year and External Baccalaureate Degree Programs, 1971
3.62 Faculty major, 1972
3.63 Faculty Senate Executive Committee, 1972
3.64 Educational Planning and Policy Committee, 1972
3.65 Committee on Community Responsibility, 1972-1973 [binder]
3.66 State University of New York at Binghamton, 1971-1973; [includes SUNY Binghamton Undergraduate Catalog, 1972-1973 , Supplement to the Undergraduate Catalog,, 1972-1973 and A Harpur Guide, Spring 1972]
Box-folder Contents
4.1 "A" correspondence and clippings, 1971-1972
4.2 "B" correspondence, 1970-1973
4.3 "C" correspondence, 1971
4.4 "D" correspondence, 1971 , 1974
4.5 Walter Edwards, report on applicant for a graduate student award, 1971
4.6 "F" correspondence, 1971
4.7 "G" correspondence, 1971
4.8 "H" correspondence, 1971
4.9 "L" correspondence, 1971
4.10 "M" correspondence, 1971; [includes report on graduate applicant]
4.11 Minutes of department faculty meeting, 1971
4.12 "N" correspondence, 1971
4.13 "O" correspondence, 1971
4.14 "P-Q" correspondence, 1971
4.15 "R" correspondence, 1970-1971
4.16 "S" correspondence, 1971
4.17 "T" correspondence, 1971-1972
4.18 "U" correspondence, 1971
4.19 "V" correspondence, 1971
4.20 "W" correspondence, 1971
Box-folder Contents
4.57 Seminar, 1971
4.58 Graduate Survey, undated
4.59 Grades, Spring 1973
4.60 Anthropology 568 - Seminar in Archaeology Today, 1974-1975
4.61 Anthropology 735 - Graduate seminar, Fall 1971-1972
4.62 Anthropology 532, 1966
4.63 Seminar notes, undated
4.64 Graduate seminar notes, undated
4.65 Miscellaneous notes, undated
4.66 Graduate seminar, Fall 1968-1969
4.67 Class lists with grades, 1968
4.68 Seminar, 1967-1968
5.1 Anthropology 433 - Archaeology of Eastern North America, 1971-1974[some materials disbound]
5.2 Handouts, circa 1970s
5.3 Reprints, circa 1960s
5.4 History, undated
5.5 Anthropology 433 - Exams, 1974
5.6 Anthropology 433 - Exams, 1972
5.7 Anthropology 433 - Related articles, circa 1970s
5.8 Miscellaneous notes, 1971
5.9 Anthropology 730, 1970 [disbound]
5.10 Anthropology 433 - Teaching evaluation, Fall 1972
5.11 Graduate reading list in archaeology, undated
5.12 Anthropology 338 - Notes, circa 1960s
5.13 Transparencies, undated [photocopied for preservation]
5.14 "Archaeology of North America," undated
5.15 Miscellaneous notes, undated
5.16 Anthropology 338, 1964-1965
5.17 Anthropology 338 - Exams and Grades, 1963
5.18 South American aides - transparencies, undated [transparencies have been photocopied for preservation]
5.19 Archaeology of South America, 1965
5.20 Archaeology of South America - Exams, 1959-1966
5.21 Anthropology 347, 1959-1961
5.22 Notes related to Archaeology of South America, circa 1960
5.23 Anthropology 347, 1962-1963
5.24 Anthropology 331: World Culture History Class Notes, circa 1960
5.25 Anthropology 331: World Culture History Exams and Grades, 1958-1963
5.26 Anthropology 331: World Culture History Bibliography, 1960
5.27 North American Archaeology Slides, circa 1960s; includes nine slides
5.28 Anthropology 305: Indian Cultures of Eastern North America, 1969
5.29 Anthropology 305: Indian Cultures of Eastern North America, 1968
5.30 Anthropology 305: Indian Cultures of Eastern North America, 1968-1969
5.31 Anthropology 338 Lab, 1964
5.32 Film schedule, 1971
5.33 Teaching aids, 1969-1971
5.34 Films, 1971
5.35 Film reviews, 1971
5.36 Anthropology 226, 1970
5.37 Anthropology 232: Man's Cultural Origins, undated
5.38 Anthropology 232: Man's Cultural Origins - Specimens, 1968-1969
5.39 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Make-up exam, 1971
5.40 Anthropology 231, undated
5.41 Recitations, undated
5.42 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology, 1971
5.43 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Quizzes, 1971
5.44 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Hourly, 1971
5.45 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Upper Paleolithic Art Material, undated
5.46 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Pass-Fail, 1971
5.47 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Seriation, 1971
5.48 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Registration, undated
5.49 Two uncut copies and masters (with recitation number), undated
5.50 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Quizzes, 1972
5.51 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology, 1972
5.52 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology, undated
5.53 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Recitation, undated
5.54 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Recitation no. 13, no date
6.1 Mailing lists, 1965-1973
6.2 Class record books, 1959-1964, 1969, 1971
6.3 Anthropology 226: Prehistoric Anthropology - Handouts, 1971
6.4 George Catlin Gallery, by Gary Butler, no date[material intended as a narration guide to be used in conjunction with the Southeastern Indian Antiquities Survey color slide program "A George Catlin Gallery of American Indians."]
6.5 Anthropology 338, 1964
6.6 Anthropology 378, 1962
6.7 Southwest, undated
6.8 Plains, undated
6.10 Anthropology 378 - Bibliography, undated
6.11 Card file 1, Archeology of North America, undated
6.12 Card file 2, Miscellaneous Discussions, undated
6.13 Card file 3, unlabeled, undated
6.14 Card file 4, Physical Anthropology, undated
6.15 Examination Subcommittee of Graduate Committee, 1974-1975
6.16 Graduate Committee, 1973
6.17 Graduate Committee, 1974
6.18 Anthropology 232: Man's Cultural Origins - Assignments, 1968-1969
6.19 Natural History, American Museum of Natural History, New York, vol. LXVIII no. 1, January 1959
6.20 Anthropology 652, undated
Box-folder Contents
1.1 Summer Field School, 1969
1.2 Field School, 1972
1.3 Field Schools, Steering Committee, 1971
1.4 Summer session purchase orders, 1971
1.5 Summer session, 1969
1.6 Receipts, 1973
1.7 Field school, 1972
1.8 Summer, 1972
1.9 Salamanca Board of Education, 1973
1.10 Field School of Alleghany, 1973-1975
1.11 Field School Vehicles, 1973
1.12 Field School Applicants, 1973
1.13 Summer Field School Accepted Applicants, 1973
1.14 Summer Session Finances, 1973
1.15 Charles Miller, application for Summer Session, 1973
1.16 Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 1972-1974
1.17 Summer Session expenditures, undated
1.18 Summer Session materials, 1972-1975 [binder]
1.19 Kinzua - Bills, 1963-1964
1.20 Alleghany, circa 1964-1969
1.21 Fiscal, 1969
1.22 Alleghany National Parks, circa 1969
1.23 Contract Request, 1969
1.24 Final Report, 1967
1.25 Final Report, 1970
1.26 Personnel, 1969
1.27 Fiscal Correspondence, 1969
1.28 Kinzua - Pentagons, 1964
1.29 Correspondence, 1965
1.30 Equipment Requisitions, 1968
1.31 Liddell Letter, 1969
1.32 Monthly Reports, 1967-1969
1.33 Report on Guidelines, 1968
1.34 Grayson Correspondence, 1968-1972
1.35 Seneca Nation, 1967-1971
1.36 State University of New York Research Foundation Proposal, 1968
1.37 Jefferson County Problems: Hayes Foundation, 1968-1972 [includes photograph]
1.38 Pratt, 1970 [includes photographs]
1.39 Pratt - Ritchie - White, 1969
1.40 Northern New York Archaeological Demarcation Conference, 1969 [folder title has date of 1968]
1.41 Grant, 1974 [large envelope]
1.42 Jefferson County Grants, undated
1.43 Water, 1970 T.V. Show, 1962
1.44 Regent Sand and Gravel, 1965-1966
1.45 New York State Projectile Points, 1970-1971
1.46 Plea: Budget, workload, 1970
1.47 Iroquois Center, 1972
1.48 Teaching Material: Lab Case Plans, circa 1959-1970
1.49 Space: Personnel and Curriculum, circa 1963-1968
1.50 Sabbatical, 1966
1.51 Notes, undated
1.52 References, 1971
1.53 Annual Report, 1968-1969
1.54 Abstracts of New World Archaeology, 1959-1963
1.55 Planning, 1965
1.56 Notes, undated [binder]
2.34 Field Schools, 1968-1970
2.35 Field Schools, 1972-1973
2.36 Summer Field School, 1970
2.37 Field School, 1971
2.38 Field School, 1973
2.39 Field School, 1974
2.40 Field School - New York, 1975
2.41 Field School, 1972
2.42 Alleghany Project - Dr. White, 1969
2.43 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-8831F, 1971
2.44 Archaeology Survey - University at Buffalo Foundation Fund, 1971-1973
2.45 Special Archaeology Budget, 1965
2.46 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-8856G, 1971
2.47 Sponsor - National Science Foundation, 1971
2.48 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-7249B, 1972
2.49 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-8693, 1971-1972
2.50 Institutional Funds - Cayuga, 1970-1971
2.51 Amherst Campus, 1970-1971
2.52 National Science Foundation, November 15, 1972 to June 30, 1973 - Sub allocation on behalf of Janice Hence, 1972-1973
2.53 Analysis of Stone Tool Variability within the Laurentian, 1971-1972
2.54 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-A0490A, 1972
2.55 Various Donors, 1973
2.56 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-7249A, 1971
2.57 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 050-1302A, 1972
2.58 State University of New York Research Foundation, Account no. 42208, 1971
Box-folder Contents
4.21 Student recommendations, 1968-1974
4.22 Faculty recommendations, 1974
4.23 William Engelbrecht, 1968-1973
4.24 Rose Oldfield Hayes, 1974
4.25 Janice Hence, 1970-1971
4.26 Robert Hence, 1969-1972
4.27 Advisors - undergraduate, 1967-1971
4.28 Advisors - graduate, 1967-1969
4.29 Emerson Pearson, 1969-1976
4.30 Kathy Miller, 1974-1975
4.31 Don Griffith, 1973
4.32 McClellan Hall, 1974
4.33 Karen Noonan, 1966-1968
4.34 Jack Schock, 1966-1972
4.35 Alegonda Schokkenbroek, 1968-1970
4.36 Earl Sidler, 1970-1975
4.37 Dorothy Bradley, 1968
4.38 Audrey Sublett, 1967-1975
4.39 Neal Trubowitz, 1974
4.40 Arthur Einhorn, 1970
4.41 Steve Perkowski, undated
4.42 Edward Weil, 1974-1975
4.43 Emil Liddell, 1971
4.44 Emil Liddell, 1970
4.45 Emil Liddell, undated
4.46 Emil Liddell, 1969-1970
4.47 Emil Liddell, 1970, undated
4.48 Woodburn Fellowship, 1975
4.49 Juan Vidarte, 1974
4.50 Audrey Thompson, 1974-1975
4.51 Questions - Ph.D. exams, 1970-1971
4.52 Phonograph records, undated
4.53-4.54 Archaeology exams, 1971-1972
4.55 Archaeology exams, 1973
4.56 Personnel Committee of the Faculty, 1972-1975
Box-folder Contents
1.57 National Science Foundation, circa 1959-1963
1.58 Grant Information, 1962
1.59 Ewells Office, 1963-1972
1.60 Accounts Paid, 1959-1962 [papers crumbling at edges]
1.61 Supplies, 1961-1962
1.62 National Science Foundation Grant, Summer 1964
1.63 National Science Foundation Grant: Accounting, 1963-1964
1.64 Publications, no date
1.65 Information regarding National Science Foundation Grant, 1962-1965
1.66 State University of New York Research Foundation, 1965
1.67 Fringe Benefits, 1966-1968
1.68 Extra Compensation, 1963-1966
1.69 Use of Subvention, 1966
1.70 Travel, 1962-1963
1.71 Purchasing Procedures, 1962-1964
1.72 Summer, 1962
1.73 Employment, 1962-1963
1.74 Summer Session Applications, 1963
1.75 Personnel, Summer 1963
1.76 Current Employees, 1962-1963
1.77 Summer Students, 1963
1.78 Pentagon Appointments, 1963
1.79 Insurance, 1963
1.80 Accounts, 1961
1.81 National Science Foundation Grant, 1965 [folder originally labeled, 'GSA - Loan']
1.82 Personnel, 1963-1964
1.83 National Science Foundation Grant, 1966
1.84 National Science Foundation Grant, 1965 [folder originally labeled, 'NSF SD - 12 - B']
1.85 Budget, 1965
1.86 National Science Foundation Grant, 1961-1965
1.87 National Science Foundation Grant, 1969
1.88 National Science Foundation Grant, Miscellaneous, 1964
1.89 Institution Grants, 1971
1.90 Institution Funds, 1970
1.91 Institutional Funds, 1970
1.92 Research Foundation of the State of New York, Dating Grant, 1967-1971
1.93 Institutional Funds, 1971
1.94 Institutional Funds, 1972
1.95 Research Foundation: General Information, 1970-1971
1.96 Grant Applications, 1967
1.97 Research Foundation Grant-in-Aid, 1970
1.98 Research Foundation Grant-in-Aid, 1969
1.99 Grant-in-Aid, 1966-1974
1.100 Research Foundation Grant-in-Aid, 1971
1.101 State University of New York at Buffalo Grant-in-Aid, 1972
2.1 Grant handbooks, 1971-1974
2.2 Graduate School Fund, 1966
2.3 Summer Research Assistantships, 1966
2.4 Subvention Applications (Sabbatical), 1966
2.5 Grant Information, 1966-1967
2.6 Woodburn Correspondence, 1950-1966
2.7 Cartography, 1963-1966
2.8 Flotation Technique, 1967
2.10 Department Fund Request, 1968
2.11 Institutional Funds, 1969
2.12 Research Foundation, 1971
2.13 Other Grants, 1967-1969
2.14 Institutional Funds Committee, 1972
2.15 National Science Foundation: "Investigation of Iroquois Population Size at a Single Village and Number of Villages in Peripheral Areas," circa 1960s
2.16 National Science Foundation Instructional Scientific Equipment Program, 1968
2.17 Research Foundation of the State University of New York Application, 1965-1968
2.18 Summer Faculty, 1966-1969
2.19 Research Fellowship, 1963-1966
2.20 Wenner-Gren Foundation Grant Rejection, 1971
2.21 Alleghany Survey, 1974
2.22 University at Buffalo Foundation, 1972-1975
2.23 University at Buffalo Foundation, 1970-1972
2.24 Extra set of National Science Foundation Grant Proposals, 1959-1964
2.25 Arkansas Archaeological Survey Information, 1966-1967 [large envelope]
2.26 American Council of Learned Societies Application, 1966
2.27 Archaeology Bureau, 1968
2.28 Archaeology Bureau, 1965-1972
2.29 State University of New York Research Foundation Grants, circa 1970
2.30 Archaeology Budgets, 1967 [large envelope]
2.31 Sea Grant, 1970-1971
2.32 National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application, 1971
2.33 Guggenheim Fellowship Application, 1973
Box-folder Contents
2.59 1970-1971
2.60 Material, 1969-1970
2.61 Personnel, 1970-1971
2.62 Line 2, 1969
2.63 Line 4 (travel), 1969-1971
2.64 Lines 3 and 5, 1969
2.65 Fiscal Year, 1969-1970
2.66 Material, 1968-1969
2.67 Supplies and Equipment, 1970-1971
2.68 Line 4, 1968-1969
Box-folder Contents
3.1 Hall of Evolution Case Plane - M. White, 1953
3.2 Niagara Frontier Region Buffalo Museum of Science, 1958-1961
3.3 Inventory - Woodland Indians Exhibit - Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, 1965-1966
3.4 Museum Listings, undated
3.5 Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, 1966
3.6 Museum Correspondence, 1955-1965
3.7 Museum Proposal, 1966-1974
3.8 University Museum, 1961-1964
Box-folder Contents
6.21 Anthropology 438, circa 1960
6.22 Anthropology 438 - Exams, 1960
6.23 Anthropology 438 - Final Exam, 1962
6.24 Anthropology 438 - Exams, 1965
6.25 Anthropology 436/438, 1962 , 1966
6.26 Anthropology 436, 1966
6.27 Anthropology 436, 1967-1968
6.28 Anthropology 560, 1972
6.29 Anthropology 436, 1969
6.30 Anthropology 560 - Exams, 1972
6.31 Anthropology 460 - Exams, 1975
6.32 New York Indians Teaching Aids, undated
6.33 New York Indians - Maps, undated
6.34 Handouts, 1975
6.35 Artifacts borrowed, 1963
6.36 New York Geology, 1963-1967
6.37 New York State Archeological Association - Research and Transactions, undated
6.38 Bibliographies, 1967-1975
6.39 Films, circa 1970
6.40 Notes, circa 1970
6.41 Museum pamphlets, undated
6.42 Independence - Seneca Nation, 1973
6.43 "Contemporary Seneca Kinship and Residence Pattern in Two Relocation Communities on the Alleghany Reservation," George Abrams, 1967
6.44 Anthropological Contribution to the Teaching of State History, Anthropological Curriculum Study Project, undated
6.45 Pre-Iroquois notes, undated
6.46 New York geography, 1980
6.47 Paleo-Indian projectile points, 1963
6.48 Current Indian problems, undated
6.49 Culture sequence and chronology of New York State, undated
6.50 "The Crisis in Western New York Anthropology," Marian White, 1972
6.51 Wassaja, November-December 1974
6.52 Ethnohistory, undated [transparencies photocopied for preservation]
6.53 Land claims clippings, 1970
6.54 Pottery making techniques, undated
6.55 Buffalo Creek Reservation, 1971
6.56 Miscellaneous notes, circa 1970
6.57 North American Indians, undated
6.58 America the Beautiful, undated

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Subject Terms

Anthropological museums and collections
Anthropology--Fieldwork
Anthropology--Study and teaching
Archaeology and state
Indians of North America
Indians--Antiquities
Iroquoian Indians
Iroquois Indians--History