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Preliminary Inventory of the Social Welfare Library 1954-1980 (bulk 1961-1980)

1990-00365


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Unknown
Title: Preliminary Inventory of the Social Welfare Library
Inclusive Dates: 1954-1980
Bulk Dates: 1961-1980
Quantity: 2 Boxes (2.5 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This collection houses publications discussing a variety of issues in the context of Native American populations, including education, Western and traditional medicine, child abuse prevention, legal matters, alcoholism and drug abuse, and race relations. This collection has not been processed in full and can be viewed only by appointment. Contact Archives and Special Collections for more information.
Identification: 1990-00365
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Historical Note

No historical information is available.


Scope and Content Note

This collection houses publications discussing a variety of issues in the context of Native American populations, including education, Western and traditional medicine, child abuse prevention, legal matters, alcoholism and drug abuse, and race relations. This collection has not been processed in full and can be viewed only by appointment. Contact Archives and Special Collections for more information.


Arrangement

This collection consists of two boxes.

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.

Copyright

Arizona State University does not own the copyright to this collection. We recognize that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Access Terms

Subject(s)
Child abuse -- Prevention.
Indian children -- North America.
Indians of North America -- Alcohol use.
Indians of North America -- Drug use.
Indians of North America -- Education.
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1934-.
Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Indians of North America -- Medical care.
Indians of North America -- Medicine.
Whites -- Relations with Indians.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Social Welfare Library, Accession #1990-00365, Arizona State University Library.

Provenance

The Arizona Collection recieved these materials in 1990.


Container List

BoxFolder
11 Clinic Cares at Lukachukai, 1978 (Article)
12 American Indians, 1977-1978 (Articles)
13 A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Training in Epidemiology, 1965 (Reference)
14 Myths vs. Data on American Indian Drug Abuse, 1977 (Reference)
15 Development of the Organic Viewpoint and the Medical Model (Article)
16 American Indian Population 55 Years of Age and Older, 1978 (Journal)
17 Advisory Council on the Elderly American Indian (Reference)
18 Psychiatric Epidemiology among American Indians, 1974 (Article)
19 The Dakotas: An Organizational Overview, 1979 (Essay)
110 Comment on Foster's Disease Etiologies in Non-Western Medical Systems, 1978 (Reference)
111 Apachean Culture (Information)
112 The Role of the Pipe in Dakota Region (Essay)
113 The Contribution of the Study of North American Indian Religions, 1979 (Article)
114 Group Relations and the Expression of Aggression Among Indian Tribes, 1979 (Essay)
115 Indian Family Defense, 1974 (Newsletter)
116 American Indian Early Childhood Development, 1977 (Essay)
117 The Role of Grandparents, 1977 (Article)
118 Alcoholism Articles, 1978 (Articles)
119 An Applied Analysis of North American Indian Drinking Patterns, 1978 (Reference)
120 Family Behavior of Urban American Indians, 1978 (Reference)
121 Social Services to the Indian Inmarried Mother, 1980, 1961, 1978, 1977 (Information)
122 Handicapped Native Children, 1978 (Reference)
123 U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Child and Human Development, 1979 (Reference)
124 Adoptive Placement of Indian Children with Non Indian Families, 1961 (Article)
125 Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, 1978 (Reference)
126 Alcoholism, 1976, 1978 (Reference)
127 The Life Cycle of the Family, 1979 (Articles)
128 Indian Child Welfare: A Review of the Literature, 1976 (Reference)
129 Arizona Community Development for Abuse and Neglect (Reference; 1 of 2)
130 Arizona Community Development for Abuse and Neglect (Reference; 2 of 2)
131 Governor's Conference on Library and Information Science, 1978 (Reference)
132 Eastern Indians Assert Legal Claims to Land: based on 1790 Act, 1977 (Article)
133 In Pursuit of the Common Good, 1979 (Essay)
134 Too Many Whites and Not Enough Human Beings (Essay)
135 The Racial Factor in the Interview, 1972 (Article)
136 The American Indian and His Commitments, Goals, and Programs, 1972 (Essay)
137 Native American Non-Interference, 1973 (Article)
138 The Bureaucrat and the Indian, 1979 (Article)
139 Caring For vs. Caring About People, 1979 (Article)
140 The Mystique of Expertise in Social Services: An Alaska Example, 1976 (Reference)
141 Cultural Differences, 1972 (Essay)
142 Title XX: It's Effect on Tribal Governments, 1978 (Essay)
143 Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1978 (Reference)
144 White House Conference on the American Indian, 1973 (Article)
145 Legislative Initiative (Reference)
146 The Federal Executive Branch and the First Americans, 1973 (Report)
147 Historical Memory Program, 1978 (Essay)
148 Presidents of the United States (Article)
149 Native Americans Need Self-Government Now (Article)
150 Justice for American Indians, 1977 (Study)
151 The Right to State Welfare Services, 1954 (Reference)
152 Psychiatric Epidemiology Among American Indians, 1974 (Reference)
153 The Modern Indian's Dilemma, 1979 (Essay)
154 The American Indian Today, 1979 (Reference)
155 Areas of Indian Culture in the U.S. (Maps)
156 The Custer Myth (Reference)
157 The American Indian, 1974 (Reference)
158 The Concept of the Primitive, 1962 (Reference)
159 The Impact of the White Man on Indians, 1979 (Excerpt)
160 American Indian Myths, 1972 (Essay)
161 Nature, 1979 (Essay)
162 Wind River Reservation Political Process (Reference)
163 Beyond Wounded Knee, 1973 (Essay)
164 List of State Reservations, 1972 (Reference)
165 Cultural Conflict in Urban Indians, 1971 (Article)
166 On Seeing with the Eye of the Native European (Excerpt)
BoxFolder
21 For Individial Power and Social Credit: The Use of Alcohol Among Tucson Papagos, 1975 (Article)
22 Indian Peyotists and Alcohol, 1973 (Scholarly article)
23 Western Region Indian Alcoholism Training Center, 1971 (Articles)
24 Evaluation of a Regional Indian Alcohol Program, 1975 (Misc)
25 Indians: The Urban Dilemma, 1978 (Reference)
26 Family Behavior of Urban American Indians, 1978 (Article)
27 A Treatment Program for Navajo Alcoholics, 1970 (Article)
28 Alcoholism and Addiction in Urbanized Sioux Indians, 1967 (Article)
29 Native American Welfare, 1972 (Reference)
210 North American Indian Religions, 1966 (Excerpt)
211 Will the Indians Get Whitey, 1969 (Article)
212 Captive Nations: A Political History of American Indians, 1977 (Information)
213 Health Care Act 94-437, 1976-1977 (Reference)
214 Native Education Under Fire, circa 1969 (Article)
215 Health, 1966 (Articles)
216 "The Baby is Not Sick ...", 1974 (Essay)
217 Medicine Man Therapy (Essays)
218 Mental Health Services and Social Work Education with Native Americans, 1970-1980 (Articles)
219 America's Indians: Reawakening of a Conquered People, 1979 (Article)
220 Red Man's Burden (Article)
221 American Indian Action, 1974 (Article)
222 A Program for Indian Citizens, 1961 (Report)
223 Poverty Among British Columbia Indians Living Off Reserves, 1974 (Article)
224 Native American's Reflections on Thanksgiving, 1970 (Article)
225 The Urban Indian, 1969 (Speech)
226 Blood Alcohol Chart (Educational)
227 Community Alcohol Education Program for American Indians, 1973 (Reference)
228 Getting High, Coming Down, 1975 (Article)
229 Indian Youth's Attitudes Toward Non-Indian Patterns of Life, 1970, 1974 (Articles)
230 Time to Redeem an Old Promise, 1970 (Article)
231 Some Consequences of Residential Schooling (Report)
232 In Conclusion (Educational)
233 Some Thoughts on the Formation of Personality Disorder, 1966 (Article)
234 Implementing Indian Culture in the Educational Programs of BIA Boarding School (Article)
235 A Fieldwork Manual for Studying Desegregated Schools (Educational)
236 The Relevance of Native American Materials in the Curriculum of Schools, 1974 (Reference)
237 Indian Communities in the Eastern States (Article)
238 Relations Between Indian Citizens and States Today, 1972 (Article)
239 The American Indian and His Commitments, Goals, Programs, 1972 (Article)
240 Migration, Labor Mobility, and Relocation Assistance, 1977 (Article)
241 Mental Health Factors in an Indian Boarding School, 1965 (Article)
242 A Framework for the Treatment of Alcoholics, 1971 (Information)
243 Proposal for Center for Treatment of Alcoholism, 1970 (Educational)
244 Alcoholism Articles, 1960-1975 (Articles, Miscellaneous)
244A Alcoholism Articles, 1960-1975 (Articles, Miscellaneous)
245 Education, 1971 (Articles)
246 The Christian Church and Indian Community Life, 1978 (Essay)
247 Indian Community Action Programs (Article)