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1Author:  Speir, LeslieRequires cookie*
 Title:  Leslie Spier collection, ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Abstract:  This collection contains field notebooks, photographs and publications produced during Spier’s work with the Havasupai, Maricopa-Halchidoma, Southern Diegueno and Zuni tribes. Also, there are photographs from various other tribes, as well as maps. 
 Repository:  Museum of Northern Arizona 
 Subjects:  Cherokee Indians | Diegueño Indians | Halchidhoma Indians | Havasupai Indians | Maricopa Indians | Saguaro | White Mountain Apache Indians | Yuma Indians | Yuman Indians | Zuni Indians 
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2Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Papers of Edward H. and Rosamond B. Spicer, 1911-2000 (bulk 1937-1988) ead 
 Date(s):  1911-2000 (bulk 1937-1988) 
 Abstract:  Collection consists of correspondence, research, ephemera, photographs, articles, and other publications written or collected by Edward H. Spicer. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Japanese Americans Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 | Yaqui Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Yaqui Indians -- Government relations | Yaqui Indians -- History | Tohono O'Odham Indians | Mayo Indians | Pima Indians | Opata Indians | Yuma Indians | Apache Indians | Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation -- Southwest, New | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New | Minorities -- Southwest, New 
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3Author:  Maude, Frederic Hamer, 1858-1958Requires cookie*
 Title:  Frederic Maude collection ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Abstract:  Frederic Maude's collection consists entirely of 4 x 5 lantern slides focusing on Native Americans and landscapes in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Many images taken and hand-colored by Frederic Maude and staff in his studio. 
 Repository:  Museum of Northern Arizona 
 Subjects:  Archaeology | Architecture -- Arizona | Architecture -- New Mexico | Botany -- Southwest, New | Geology -- Arizona | Havasupai Indians | Hopi Indians | Hopi dance | Mohave Indians | Navajo Indians | Pima Indians | Pit houses | Tohono O'Odham Indians | Ute Indians | Western Apache Indians | Yuma Indians | Zuni Indians 
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4Author:  Southwest Folklore CenterRequires cookie*
 Title:  Southwest Folklore Center Field Recordings Collection, 1943-ongoing ead 
 Date(s):  1943-ongoing 
 Abstract:  Reel tape recordings produced by University of Arizona Folklore Committee from 1943 through 1978, and after 1979, by the Southwest Folklore Center. Predominately field recordings from southern Arizona, they include cowboy songs and music, oral history interviews and corridos. The collection also includes 12 studio master tape reels recorded by Mexican American singer Lydia Mendoza. This collection was previously titled SWF 011. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Mexican Americans -- Music. | Corridos. | Pioneers. | Frontier and pioneer life. | Yaqui Indians. | Navajo Indians. | Seri Indians. | Apache Indians. | Yuma Indians. | Hopi Indians. | Tohono O'Odham Indians. | Pima Indians. | Mormons--Arizona--Music. | Cowboys. | Cowboys--Songs and music. | Folklore. | Folklore--Arizona. | Mormons--Arizona--Folklore. | Cowboys--Arizona--Folklore. | Cowboys' writings, American. | Ranchers--Arizona. | Fiddle tunes. | Baptists. | Hobo songs. | Harmonica music. | Gospel music. | Bluegrass music. | Banjo music. | Navajo code talkers. 
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