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1Author:  Ammon Hennacy and AssociatesRequires cookie*
 Title:  Ammon Hennacy and Associates Collection ead 
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 Abstract:  This collection contains primarily letters from Ammon Hennancy, Virginina Anderson and George Yamada about such diverse issues as the Hopi and the Selective Service, a planned highway cut through the Hopi village known of Hotevilla, and issues surrounding Hopi tribal government and soveriegnty. The collection also contains letters from Coconino Sun Editor Platt Cline, and the Finn law firm of Phoenix and attorney Wayne Collins of San Francisco who was prominet in constitutional law. Finally the collection includes Hennacy's Political writings and various manifestos, federal publications concerning Native Americans, specifically the Hopi and Navajo. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Quakers--Arizona--Correspondence. | Pacifism--Moral and ethical aspects. | Hopi Indians--Government relations. | Hopi Indians--Land tenure. | Roads--Design and construction--Arizona. 
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2Author:  Pratt, Wayne T.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Wayne T. Pratt Papers 1903-1990 1953-1988 ead 
 Date(s):  1903-1990 
 Abstract:  The Wayne T. Pratt Papers consist primarily of publications, correspondence, transcripts, photographs, and other materials documenting issues facing Native American communities and educators of Native American children. Among the subjects shown are the Bureau of Indian Affairs, schools for Native children, the education of future teachers of Native children, the sensitivity of educators to cultural issues, mid to late twentieth century trends in Native education, and the Johnson-O'Malley plan to aid local schools. Although the materials in the collection date from 1903 to 1990, the bulk of the collection was created between 1953 and 1988. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Labriola Center 
 Subjects:  Hopi Indians -- Government relations. | Hopi Indians -- Land tenure. | Indian children -- United States. | Indians of North America -- Education. | Multicultural education -- Southwest, New. | Navajo children -- Education. | Navajo Indians -- Government relations. | Navajo Indians -- Land tenure. 
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3Author:  Hopi TraditionalistsRequires cookie*
 Title:  Hopi Traditionalist Movement papers, 1949-1972 ead 
 Date(s):  1949-1972 
 Abstract:  This collection consists of correspondence, transcripts of meetings, clippings, legal papers, and printed material published by members of the movement. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Hopi Indians -- Social life and customs | Hopi Indians -- Government relations | Hopi Indians -- Land tenure | Coal mines and mining -- Arizona -- Black Mesa (Navajo County and Apache County) | Strip mining -- Environmental aspects -- Southwest, New 
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