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Collection 2053 - Lloyd C. Pickett Papers, 1934-1975

Creator: Pickett, Lloyd C.

Provenance Note: Papers donated by Lloyd C. Pickett, Winter 1974 and January 1976, related to his work with the Indian Programs of the Montana Cooperative Extension Service between 1970- 1976.

Historical Note: Lloyd C. Pickett earned a Bachelors degree in Agronomy in 1954, a Masters degree in Plant Pathology in 1957, and a Doctorate in Adult Education in 1963 from the University of Wyoming. He was an assistant and acting county extension agent in Wyoming from 1958-1960 and served as teacher certification officer for the Wyoming Department of Education in 1963-64. Dr. Pickett was appointed Supervisor of Indian Programs for the Montana Cooperative Extension Service in 1970 with his offices at Montana State University in Bozeman. The program ended in 1976.

Content Description Note: These papers are the resource files of the Indian Programs of the Montana Cooperative Extension Service collected between 1970 - 1976. They are comprised of three series. Series 1 includes resource files for the Indian Program on the culture and lives of Indians organized alphabetically by subject. Series 2 includes general files about American Indians, Indians of various regions and states, and Indian organizations. Series 3 is devoted to Montana Indians specifically, the Extension Service Programs established, and the Montana Reservations.

Contents

Series 1: Indian Resource Files, 1934-1975
Series 2: General Indian Information Files, 1949 - 1975
Series 3: Montana Indian and Reservation Files, 1936 - 1975

Series 1: Indian Resource Files, 1934-1975

Files collected to support research for the Indian Programs of the Montana Cooperative Extension Service. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject. They include originals and/or photocopies of: monographs, reports, bulletins, journal articles, correspondence, pamphlets, brochures, newspaper clippings, greeting cards, art work and other miscellaneous publications related to Indian life and culture in general and specific to Montana Indians.

Box 1
1. Agriculture
2. Alcoholism
3. Art & Literature
4. Bibliography
5. Biographies
6. Bureau of Indian Affairs
7. Coal
8. Culture
9. Economics
10. Economics (cont.)

Box 2
1. Education - general information
2. Education - general information (cont.)
3. Education - general information (cont.)
4. Education - High School/College
5. Education for Adults

Box 3
1. Education for Disadvantaged
2. Education Teacher Preparation
3. Employment
4. Extension Service
5. Extension Service (cont.)
6. Extension Service (cont.)
7. Extension Service : 4-H Program

Box 4
1. Federal Government
2. Health & Nutrition
3. Housing
4. Humor
5. Industries
6. Juvenile Delinquency - Crime
7. Land Policy & Use
8. Leadership
9. Living Standards
10. Maps
11. Marriage and/or Home
12. Mental Health
13. Population and Housing
14. Rural
15. Self Determination
16. Status & Employment

Box 5
1. Tribal Government
2. Urbanization
3. Women

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Series 2: General Indian Information Files, 1949 - 1975

This material includes monographs, organization publications, reports, studies, brochures, pamplets, journal articles, newsletters, histories, newspaper clippings and other miscellaneous papers pertaining to American Indians.

Box 5 (cont.)
4. American Indian Days
5. American Indian Press
6. Indian Cattleman's Association NAICA
7. Indian Community - Action Projects
8. Indians - General Information
9. Indians of Alaska
10. Indians of Idaho
11. Indians of the Dakotas
12. Indians of the East
13. Indians of the Northwest
14. Indians of the Southwest
15. Indians of Wyoming

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Series 3: Montana Indian and Reservation Files, 1936 - 1975

Files collected specifically about and for Montana Indians and the Montana Reservations. Included are original and/or photocopies of: monographs, reports, conference proceedings, histories, surveys, studies, tribal council meetings, maps, fliers, brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, correspondence, journal articles, newsletters and miscellaneous related information. General Montana Indian information is followed by Extension Service programs established in Montana, Reservation publications and individual Reservation papers.

Box 6
1. Montana Indians
2. Montana Indians (cont.)
3. Montana Inter-Tribal Policy Board Meetings - 1970
4. Montana Extension Service - Programs for Indians, 1969-1973
5. Montana Extension Service - Programs for Indians, 1969-1973 (cont.)
6. The Reservation Newsletter - 1974
7. Reservation Extension Agent - 1973-1975

Box 7
1. Blackfeet Reservation
2. Blackfeet Tribal Council
3. Crow Reservation
4. Crow Reservation (cont.)

Box 8
1. Crow Reservation (cont.)
2. Crow Reservation (cont.)
3. Crow Reservation (cont.)
4. Crow Reservation (cont.)

Box 9
1. Flathead Reservation
2. Fort Belknap Reservation
3. Fort Peck Reservation
4. Fort Peck Reservation (cont.)

Box 10
1. Northern Cheyenne Reservation
2. Northern Cheyenne Reservation (cont.)
3. Rocky Boy's Reservation
4. Rocky Boy's Reservation (cont.)

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Updated: 5/13/09