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1Author:  Lippincott, Sallie and BillRequires cookie*
 Title:  Wide Ruins and Pine Springs Trading Posts Records, 1938-1949. ead 
 Date(s):  1938-1949. 
 Abstract:  This collection consists of accounting records of Wide Ruins (Kin Teel) and Pine Springs Trading Posts, both located in the southeastern part of the Navajo Indian Reservation. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Indian traders. | Trading posts--Arizona. | Tourism--Arizona. 
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2Author:  Day familyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Day Family Collection, 1858-1977 (bulk 1870-1940). ead 
 Date(s):  1858-1977 (bulk 1870-1940). 
 Abstract:  The Day Family were anglo Indian traders, on the Navajo Reservation in eastern Arizona. The collection includes the personal and business papers of Sam Day, Sr. (1845-1925) surveyor, Indian trader, legislator and United States Indian Commissioner; Anna Day, Sam Sr.'s wife (1872-1932); and of their children, Charles L. Day (1879-1918), Samuel Day, Jr. (1889-1944), United States deputy Marshall. The collection includes information on Navajo culture, stories and legends; the looting of Canyon del Muerta, and the Frank Dugan murder. The collection also contains 91 photographs depicting trading posts and eastern Arizona scenes. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona (Territory) | Indian traders. | Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Navajo Indians--Politics and government. | Tourism--Arizona. 
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3Author:  Leighton, Dorothea CrossRequires cookie*
 Title:  Dorothea C. Leighton and Alexander H. Leighton, 1938-1982. ead 
 Date(s):  1938-1982. 
 Abstract:  Dorothea Cross Leighton (1908-1989) and Alexander H. Leighton (1908-2007), both physicians, were in training in psychiatry when they set out to collect information concerning life problems of Native Americans and Native means of dealing with such problems. They spent January to May, 1940 with a Navajo family south of Gallup, New Mexico. This collection contains: five handwritten field journals from the Navajo study; original manuscript materials with some carbon copies; a few Rorschach tests; carbon copies of life stories, related by eight individuals, which were extracted from the 1940 field journals; and approximately 200 black and white photographs, a few negatives, colored slides, and tapes of an English language program. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Navajo Indians--Social conditions. | Navajo Indians--Social life and customs. | Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Navajo Indians--History--20th century. | Navajo Indians--Interviews. | Navajo Indians--Psychological testing. | Navajo language. 
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4Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Navajo Environmental Issues Collection, 1978-1994. ead 
 Date(s):  1978-1994. 
 Abstract:  The Navajo Environmental Issues Collection pertains to environmental issues important to the Navajo Nation. The collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, and articles on topics ranging from asbestos dumps to water issues. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Power resources--Environmental aspects|zArizona. | Energy development--Navajo Indian Reservation. | Coal mines and mining--Environmental aspects--zArizona. | Reclamation of land--Arizona. 
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5Author:  United Indian Traders AssociationRequires cookie*
 Title:  United Indian Traders Association Records, 1931-2002. ead 
 Date(s):  1931-2002. 
 Abstract:  This collection consists of two parts -- archival records generated by the organization throughout it's existence and materials generated for historical posterity prior to the organization going out of business. The association was an organization of traders from the Navajo and Hopi reservations, many of the New Mexico Pueblos, and business people affiliated with the Indian Arts and Crafts business. Included in the collection is correspondence, legal files, business meeting documents, photographs and oral histories. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Indian traders--New Mexico--Gallup. | Indian traders--New Mexico--Farmington. | Indian traders--Arizona--Flagstaff. | Navajo Indians--Economic conditions. | Hopi Indians--Economic conditions. | Zuni Indians--Economic conditions. | Trading posts--Arizona. | Trading posts--New Mexico. | Pawnbroking--Arizona. | Pawnbroking--New Mexico. 
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6Author:  Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special CollectionsRequires cookie*
 Title:  Arizona Collection Small Manuscripts [CM MSM 1-CM MSM 250] 1701-2009 1850-2009 ead 
 Date(s):  1701-2009 
 Abstract:  This guide describes all of the small manuscript collections held in ASC's Arizona Collection. These collections generally consist of 1-2 folders and document Arizona as a territory and state. Manuscripts, personal papers, and professional papers are included. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Trails | Horse Stealing | Arizona Territory | Navajo Indians | Navajo Indians -- Government relations | Navajo Indians -- Economic conditions | Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- Globe | Conglomerate corporations | Kwoc Manual | Arizona Southwest Collection Index | Dept Archives & Manuscripts | Authority Files | Civil War | Picacho Peak | Cities & Towns | Cotton Growing | Cotton -- History | Prostitution | Yavapai County | Bonds | Railroads | Water rights | Indians of North America | Indian Reservations | Water reuse -- Arizona | Whitlow Ranch | Queen Creek | Flood control | Agriculture | Ak Chin Indian Community 
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