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Series 15: 2014 Addition, 1990-2013

7 boxes
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This series is comprised of one box of government and legal documents, notes, reports, and general research materials related to the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), the Kennewick Man case, the American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation, and miscellaneous repatriation issues and cases. It also contains one box of mainly packets from AAIA's board and membership meetings and teleconferences, and, to a lesser extent, AAIA annual reports from the 2000s and a general AAIA informational brochure from circa 2011. The series also includes two boxes of Dakota language curriculum materials for students in kindergarten through second grade and three boxes of applications from recipients of AAIA scholarships in 2006-2013.
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Series 16: September 2015 Addition, 1975-2015

5 boxes
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This series consists of three boxes of notes, reports, government documents, briefs and other legal materials, correspondence and memoranda, and instructional materials (produced by the American Indian Lawyer Training Program, Inc. and the Indian Law Support Center of the Native American Rights Fund, among others). These materials pertain to the protection of natural resources, religious freedom, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) and repatriation issues more broadly, and other issues of concern to the AAIA. The series also contains two boxes of packets from the AAIA's board meetings and teleconferences.
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Box 518, Box 519
The materials in this box pertain to the effort to extend the boundary of the Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark and other issues related to the Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain site. Materials include Medicine Wheel monitoring reports for the years 1999 and 2011-2014, the U.S. Forest Service's Historic Preservation Plan for Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark and Vicinity, and "Medicine Mountain and the Bighorn Medicine Wheel Between Two Worlds: A Native American Culture Landscape in Twenty First Century North America," edited by James Noggs.
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Series 17: November 2015 Addition, 1973-2015

18 boxes
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Series 17: November 2015 Addition is primarily composed of materials related to the welfare of American Indian children and the protection of sacred lands. The child welfare materials mostly pertain to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), Title IV-E of the Social Security Act, and the legal case Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl. The sacred lands material details the relationship between the American Indian community and the U.S. Forest Service, and includes legal documents and other records from the Arizona Snowbowl Resort Case. There are also documents related to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) and to other assorted issues. Additionally, this series contains three boxes of materials from AAIA's language programming, about one box of materials on juvenile justice, one box of materials related to specific health conditions impacting American Indians, one box of AAIA board meeting materials from 2003-2005, and one box of form mailings.
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Series 18: February 2016 Addition includes materials from individual summer camps sponsored by AAIA and documents (mostly tribal-state agreements) related to Title IV-E of the Social Security Act. The addition also contains administrative and personnel materials, such as files on individual staff members and financial statements for several years between 1975-2008.
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Series 20: October 2016 Addition, 1925-2016

10 boxes
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Series 20: October 2016 Addition documents the AAIA's involvement in Indian child welfare, sacred lands advocacy, and other issues. In addition, the series contains records of AAIA's fundraising activities, scholarship program, and materials AAIA designated as "historical documents." Also included are four boxes of photographs from various AAIA events spanning four decades, many of which originated from AAIA's Sisseton field office.
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The UNIFEM series documents the development of projects and programs in numerous countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The series contains extensive documentation on the history and development of the Fund through reports of the General Council, financial statements, meeting minutes, memos, correspondence, and staffing records. A major portion of this series contains reports from the Consultative Committee, which reviewed project proposals, fund-raising activities, financial statements, and guidelines for future work.