Announcements


Reunion:

Morris Fairgrounds - Morris, New York

When: July 17-18 Admission: Free

Saturday: Open To the Public 10 am

Sunday: Close 2 PM

All allied lines welcomed.
We are always looking for more family and look forward to sharing our genealogy.
Come share your family genealogy, photos, and questions.

Family Lines
Miller, Gardner, Sergeant, Bailey, Jaycox, Eldred, Burnside,
Cummings, Baker, Harrington, Sage, Watson, Jones, Lewis Local Areas
Morris, South New Berlin, Otego, Maryland, New Lisbon, Oneonta,
Cooperstown Junction, Laurens, Hartwick, Milford,
Colliersville, Edson Corners, Unadilla, Pittsfield and ??

Questions:
Contact grandmajoan@charter.net

MILLER GARDNER SARGEANT Reunion 2


Town of Middlefield Historical Association has maps of
Middlefield for 1868 and 1903 for sale. Prices are: $1.00
for the 1868 map and $3.00 for the 1903 map -plus $4.00 for
shipping.

Contact is www.middlefieldmuseum.org


IAIA Joins Rocky Mountain Online Archive

Partnership Represents First Step toward Making Historic IAIA
Records Public

Santa Fe, NM – The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) has
joined the Rocky Mountain Online Archive (RMOA), a regional
consortium website hosted by the University of New Mexico.
RMOA publishes specialized guides that provide researchers
with detailed descriptions of archival collections from
thirty academic and cultural institutions including the
University of Colorado, Palace of Governors and the Buffalo
Bill Historical Center. This collaboration and publishing of
archival finding aids represents a major step toward
providing public access to the IAIA archives.

The archives of IAIA contain institutional records, manuscripts,
audio recordings, films, photographs, oversize materials and
historical mater related to the rich history of the nation’s
only school devoted to the study of contemporary Native arts.

The important events of the IAIA Museum and the Contemporary
Native Arts Movement, as well as IAIA’s role in developing a
Native Arts education curriculum are recorded within these
tangible pieces of history.

The Rocky Mountain Online Archive is directed by representatives
from the Collaborative Digitization Program in Colorado, the
American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming and
University Libraries at the University of New Mexico.

For more information about the archives of IAIA or about this
project, please call archivist Ryan Flahive at 505.424.5743
or email rflahive@iaia.edu
More information about the Rocky Mountain Online Archive
can be found at www.rmoa.unm.edu .

IAIA’s Mission:

To empower creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures
through higher education, lifelong learning and outreach

[A printer friendly version of thisrelease can be found
here:http://www.iaia.edu/CMSfiles/PRArchives3_09.pdf ]

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