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Idrian Resnick Reports for the Association on American Indian Affairs


Held at: Princeton University Library: Public Policy Papers [Contact Us]

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Materials include reports, meeting minutes, by-laws, and a couple memoranda. Reports highlight activities of the Association on American Indian Affairs (AAIA) during Dr. Idrian Resnick's tenure as Director of the AAIA. The collection also includes a "director's note" from Idrian Resnick that adds context regarding the records. A couple reports regard projects such as Project Dream and the Tribal Codes and Constitutions project. There are also reports ("key documents") on setting policy and the AAIA's objectives and methods; their Program and Budget for FY 1988; their scholarship program; field representatives and staff benefits; education; economic and community development; legal matters; health; and the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA).

Materials are arranged in the order in which they were received.

Gift of Idrian Resnick in 2019 (ML-2019-028).

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This collection was processed by Amy C. Vo in August 2022. Finding aid written by Amy C. Vo in August 2022.

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