Tag Archives: Native Americans

Marie Norris Papers

The OMA has a new collection: the Marie Norris Papers! The collection consists of materials documenting Norris’ life as a Native American activist and is made up of a letter, newspaper clippings, publications, a sound recording, and two copies of the manuscript … Continue reading

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“Histories of Students of Color at OSU” Campus Tour Guidebook

This Fall Term the OMA collaborated with the U-Engage class ALS 199 “Untold Stories: Histories of People of Color in Oregon” to create a campus tour regarding the histories of OSU’s students of color, and the tour guidebook is now available! … Continue reading

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Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, Fall 2013

Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, 2013 This Fall term Professor Jean Moule again taught her course TCE 408H “Sundown Towns in Oregon” and she invited the OMA to be a part of the classroom experience! Natalia Fernández, OMA Archivist, worked … Continue reading

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Celebrate Native American Heritage Month!

In the Spring of 2013 Natchee Barnd, an Assistant Professor with OSU’s of Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies as part of the School of Language, Culture, and Society, and Natalia Fernández, OSU’s Oregon Multicultural Librarian, interviewed seven student staff … Continue reading

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The OMA at ATALM 2013

This June the OMA traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to attend and present at the 2013 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums! The Association for Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) hosts an amazing conference each year that … Continue reading

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OSU’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws (Beaver House) Staff Oral History Interviews, Spring 2013

“Eena Haws” means “Beaver House” (beaver image by Haida Nation artist Clarence Mills) In a collaborative effort between the OSU Native American Longhouse Eena Haws (NAL), Natchee Barnd, an Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies as part of the School … Continue reading

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The OMA at NWA 2013

AABC and NWA Conference 2013 The OMA was busy at this year’s AABC/NWA conference! Earlier this month the Archives Association of British Columbia (AABC) and the Northwest Archivists (NWA) held a joint conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the OMA … Continue reading

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Minorities in the Barometer, the 1960s

Microfilm Boxes Containing the 1960’s Barometer Last year the OMA began a project to search through The Daily Barometer (day-by-day) to find as many minority issues/multicultural related articles as possible, scan them, and make them available online. We started with the 1970s and just completed … Continue reading

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Oregon Tribal Archives Institute Website

The Oregon Tribal Archives Institute (TAI) project website is now live! TAI was a week long training that provided Oregon’s tribal archivists and records managers with professional development and networking opportunities; the OSU Libraries hosted the gathering in August 2012. The Institute is the … Continue reading

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Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, Fall 2012

Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, 2012 This Fall term Professor Jean Moule taught her course TCE 408H “Sundown Towns in Oregon” and she invited the OMA to be a part of the classroom experience! Natalia, OMA Archivist, and Tiah, SCARC’s … Continue reading

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