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    America's First Nations Curricula
      United States
    Classroom-tested curricula about Native Americans with reproducible copies of primary source documents from Marquette University and elsewhere. These materials were created by select teacher-scholars who participated in America's First Nations: American Indians in Social Studies Curricula, a summer 2000 teacher institute hosted by Marquette University and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
    Christianity Among the Indians of the Americas
       
    Marquette University Special Collections & University Archives. The Marquette University Archives is committed to documenting the ongoing story of Christianity in Native North America. Since 1977, the department has acquired the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions records and 16 other collections. This material documents the histories of urban and rural missions and parishes; the values and attitudes of clergy, religious, and laity; the history and customs of Indian tribes; and the cultural interaction between Native Americans, church leaders, and U.S. government officials.
    Guide to Catholic-Related Native American Records in Midwest Repositories
       
    Lists archival holdings in 12 Midwest states, which document Native American heritage and relationships with the Catholic Church. Institutional chronologies are included, which note events pertinent to the creation and disposition of the records.
    Guides to Native Catholic Records
       
    Guides to Native Catholic Records: These guides by Marquette University provide navigational assistance and improved descriptions to a largely obscure universe of records for genealogists, historians, and scholars. Included are over 1,000 entries in PDF format that describe targeted holdings held by archival repositories and local churches. Besides descriptions of holdings and contact information, many of the entries also provide institutional chronologies to illuminate the history and content of the records. Noted are more 1,000 Catholic religious communities and institutions involved with Native Americans, past and present, and more than 100 Native American tribes and groups, including some not recognized by the U.S. government.
    Kateri, Our Sister
      United States
    Online photographs and quotations illustrate the importance of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha (1656-1680) to Native Catholics, past and present. Tekakwitha was a Mohawk Indian woman now regarded as a saint by her followers.
    St. Katharine Drexel
       
    St. Katharine Drexel (1858-1955) is the second American-born Catholic declared a saint (October 2, 2000). This photo exhibit shows how her generosity touched the lives of thousands of African Americans and American Indians through numerous Catholic institutions across the United States.




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