Sources on Native American and Indigenous topics vary. Most sources focus on reports on specific Indigenous communities in the Americas. Below, there are select collections with references to Native American or Indigenous topics.
Holman (Benjamin F.) papers - Correspondence, memoranda, racial incident case reports, other reports, pamphlets, press releases, and clippings, relating to desegregation of schools and other facilities in the U.S.; racial or ethnic friction involving black, Hispanic, American Indian and other minority communities; and efforts of the Community Relations Service to resolve such situations.
Stoll (David) collection - Reports, newsletters, bulletins, writings, notes, printed matter, and sound recordings, relating to evangelical Protestant missionary activities in Latin America, and to activities of the Wycliffe Bible Translators and the Summer Institute of Linguistics in translating the Bible into languages of indigenous peoples, especially in Latin America.
Center for Democracy records - Reports, studies, conference proceedings, minutes, correspondence, briefing books, press releases, financial records, printed matter, photographs, videotape, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to legislative, judicial and electoral processes in newly democratic countries.
Aroche Parra (Miguel) papers - Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, internal bulletins, and printed matter, relating to political conditions in Mexico.
Guatemalan subject collection - Reports, campaign material, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to political conditions, elections, and civil rights in Guatemala.
Curtis (Charles) papers - Vice President and a member of the Kaw Nation who served under Herbert Hoover; correspondence and certificates, relating to American politics.
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