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  • #2960

    collins
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    http://nas.ucdavis.edu/Forbes/collection_man.html

    PRELIMINARY

    GUIDE TO THE JACK D. FORBES COLLECTION:

    Manuscripts,

    Periodicals,

    Posters,

    Records

    Maps

    F-61 Eastern Native American Nations (Saponi etc.) (not in library)

    I wonder what happened to this bit of collected data or what ever it was?

    #25997

    Wachinika
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    collins,

    It says the listings with “#” are not yet transferred to the collection housed at Shields Library on the campus of UC @Davis. I imagine Professor Forbes has them in his possession. His contact information is here:

    http://nas.ucdavis.edu/nasforbes.htm

    Jack D. Forbes is professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California at Davis,

    Professor Jack Forbes

    (Powhatan-Renape-Lenape)

    Area of Interest

    Ethnicity; Ethnohistory; Native American History and Literature; Community Development; Racism and Colonialism; Native Americans in Europe and Africa, multicultural education.

    Geographic Area:

    Milky Way

    Biographical Notes:

    Jack D. Forbes is professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California at Davis, where he has served since 1969. He is of Powhatan-Renápe , Delaware-Lenápe and other background. In 1960-61 he developed proposals for Native American Studies programs and for an indigenous university. In l971 the D-Q University came into being as a result of that proposal. He is also a poet, a writer of fiction, and a guest lecturer in Russia, Japan, Britain, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Norway, Mexico and elsewhere.

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    Junglegeorge
    Participant

    has anyone been able to get copies of this info from Prof. Forbes yet?

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