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Alan R. Woolworth papers, 1774-2008

Author: Alan R WoolworthNancy L WoolworthBruce M WhiteLower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota.Minnesota Archaeological Society.All authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Personal papers and research files of Alan R. Woolworth, a Minnesota historian and archaeologist, primarily concerning events and individuals from nineteenth century Minnesota. Research files and other records of his and his wife's consulting business, Woolworth Research Associates, are included.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Joseph Renshaw Brown; R I Holcombe; Theodore Hayes Lewis; Stephen Return Riggs; William W Warren
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alan R Woolworth; Nancy L Woolworth; Bruce M White; Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota.; Minnesota Archaeological Society.; Woolworth Research Associates.
OCLC Number: 313829538
Description: 45.4 cubic feet (46 boxes)

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Personal papers and research files of Alan R. Woolworth, a Minnesota historian and archaeologist, primarily concerning events and individuals from nineteenth century Minnesota. Research files and other records of his and his wife's consulting business, Woolworth Research Associates, are included.

Correspondence (1942-2002) is with colleagues, friends, and family members, including wartime correspondence between Woolworth and his family. Project files contain correspondence, archaeological and historical surveys, field notebooks, legal documents, and similar materials created by Woolworth Research Associates (Alan R. and Nancy L. Woolworth) to assist private companies, and city and county governmental units, in locating and preserving Indian artifacts and sites on property in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota.

Defense exhibits (1831-1945) created for the United States Court of Claims, Docket No. 363, regarding the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Minnesota, enumerate information on those receiving claims, amounts received, and similar information. The records of the Minnesota Archaeological Society (1949-1983), an amateur archaeological association founded in 1932, contain historical information on the organization, constitution and articles of incorporation, minutes (1968-1981), financial records, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers.

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