Category Archives: American Indian history

Buddy Mays, Photojournalist of the Southwest

The AHC is pleased to announce that we have just recently completed a new online finding aid for the Buddy Mays papers. Buddy Mays was born in 1943 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. After high school, Mays served in the … Continue reading

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Crow Tribal Photographs, Then and Now

Dan Hayward and Audrey Plenty Hoops will deliver two complementary multi-media talks about the Crow, or Aps’aalooke, Indian Nation of southern Montana.  Hayward’s presentation, titled Crow Tribal Photographs, Then & Now, will introduce his large photographic project of the same … Continue reading

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Cheramy Collection Cataloged

As a part of its ongoing online cataloging project, Toppan Rare Books Library is proud to announce that the catalog records for the Cheramy Collection are now available online through the Universities Libraries online catalog and through the global union … Continue reading

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Baker and Johnston Collection Processed and Digitized

The American Heritage Center recently completed a finding aid for and digitized the entirety of the Baker and Johnston Photograph Collection.  The Baker and Johnston Photographic Studio was operated out of Evanston, Wyoming, in the late 1800’s by Charles S. … Continue reading

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Wyoming Pioneers’ Oral Histories Available Online

The collection contains interviews with people who were early residents of Wyoming. Interviews were conducted between 1947 and 1955 by employees of the American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.  Topics include life in Laramie, Hanna, Douglas, and other towns; politics … Continue reading

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John Roberts Papers online

The AHC has digitized and made accessible online approximately 1,300 items from the John Roberts Papers. Reverend John Roberts was an Episcopalian missionary who worked among the Arapaho and Shoshone peoples on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming in … Continue reading

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