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As December 2013 gets on, we are developing some graphics and our first posts will be around two “case study” articles on the genocide process as it unfolded in California’s history – NOT your usual whitewash.
A morning search – October 28, 2013
Ann Marie Sayers and Russell Imrie
Primary archives on San Jose attorney and Indian Rights activist and Indian Agent Charles Edwin Kelsey of San Jose, California are difficult to find and access. Miller’s piece at the Hoover Institution Archives makes this clear and documents intriguing avenues to further research and discovery on this important figure in California Indian History.
Primary Sources on C. E. Kelsey and the Northern
California Indian Association
Larisa K. Miller
Hoover Institution Archives, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted in 20th Century, 49 ers, Ann Marie Sayers, History
Tagged 1887 Indian Allotment Act, Ann Marie Sayers, C. E. Kelsey, California, Hollister California, Hoover Institution, Indian Canyon, Larisa K. Miller, Mission San Juan Bautista, Northern California Indian Association, San Jose, San Jose California, Stanford University, Taber, United States