NATIVE AMERICAN AWARDS PROGRAM

COMMUNITY SCHOLARS AWARDS LIST


The following is an alphabetical list of the applicants who were appointed as a result of the past Native American Awards Program competitions. This list includes the current institutional affiliation or city and state in which they live, the title of the research undertaken at the Smithsonian, the name of their host/advisor, the Smithsonian museum at which the research was conducted, and the dates of they were in residence at the Institution.

This list is intended to demonstrate the kinds and variety of topics that receive support through the program.

Abraham, Jack D., Anchorage, AK. Preliminary Research on the Collections and Journals of Edward W. Nelson, at the National Museum of Natural History with Aron Crowell and William Fitzhugh from April 28, 2003 through May 9, 2003.

Anderson, Lisa, Santa Fe, NM. Seminole Textile Research., at the National Museum of Natural History with William Sturtevant from September 14, 1998 through September 18, 1998.

Andrew, Frank, Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Andrew, Noah, Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Anquoe, Jim H., El Reno, OK. Origin of Traditional Kiowa Songs and Dances, at the National Museum of the American Indian with Harvey Markowitz from June 18, 2001 through July 6, 2001.

Berry, Martha K., Tyler, TX. A Study of the Construction, Materials and Motifs of Southeastern Indian Beadwork Created Between 1540 and 1840, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from October 2, 2000 through October 21, 2000.

Blaze, Randall , Buffalo Gap, SD. Study of Oglala Lakota Shield and Hide Paintings, at the National Museum of Natural History with JoAllyn Archambault from January 7, 2005 through January 28, 2005.

Branham, William L., Rock Hill, SC. Catawba art, pottery, clothing, music, dance, religion and customs., at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from May 19, 1997 through June 6, 1997.

Broughton, Deanna J., Ardmore, OK. Studying Native American Cradle Carriers, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from October 17, 2001 through November 7, 2001.

Cywink, Richard A., Aylmer, Quebec. Native American Hunting Tool: The Study of Bows and Arrows, at the National Museum of Natural History with Eric Hollinger and Betsy A. Bruemmer from October 3, 2005 through October 24, 2005.

Early, Max Carl, Paguate, NM. Research of the Laguna - Acoma pottery collection, at the National Musuem of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from June 8, 1998 through June 19, 1998.

Early, Max Carl, Paguate, NM. Research of the Laguna-Acoma pottery collection., at the National Museum of the American Indian with Eulalie Bonar from September 29, 1997 through October 17, 1997.

Fienup-Riordan, Ann, Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Geboe, Ben J., New York, NY. American Indian geneology, the Ottawa and Miami tribes of Oklahoma., at the National Museum of the American Indian with Marty de Montano from March 23, 2000 through May 26, 2000.

Harragarra, Kenny A., Mountain View, OK. Kiowa craftsmanship: classic and contemporary, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from November 4, 2002 through November 14, 2002.

Hernandez, Nimachia, Fetzer Institute. Locating Blackfoot Creation Stories: An Analysis of the Relationship Between Material and Non-Material Data, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from July 1, 2002 through July 21, 2002.

High Bear, Rose Dreyer, Portland, OR. Tradtional cultural values of Lakota, Dakota, Nakota elders between the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries., at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from June 18, 2001 through July 8, 2001.

High Bear, Rose Dreyer, Portland, OR. Researching references to traditional grieving and mourning practices among the Lakota, Dakota, Nakota and Plains people., at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from April 7, 1997 through April 26, 1997.

Jaurique, Tlisza, Tempe, AZ. Research in Historic Native American Dance Aesthetics, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from August 24, 2002 through September 20, 2002.

Jennings, Vanessa Jeanette, Fort Cobb, OK. Kiowa craftsmanship: classic and contemporary, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from November 4, 2002 through November 14, 2002.

Jones, Joan Megan, Samish Nation. Coast Salish Weaving Traditions: From the Point of View of a Coast Salish Weaver, at the National Museum of Natural History with Risa Diamond Arbolino from July 7, 2003 through July 27, 2003.

La Pier, Rosalyn R., Piegan Institute, Inc.. Ethnobotany of the Blackfeet of Montana, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from January 5, 2002 through January 27, 2002.

Logan, Linley B., Basom, NY. Anthropological and ethnological documentation of longhouse dance traditions in the NAA., at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from July 14, 1997 through August 3, 1997.

Louis, Rita L., Anacortes, WA. Coast Salish Weaving Traditions: From the Point of View of a Coast Salish Weaver, at the National Museum of Natural History with Risa Diamond Arbolino from July 7, 2003 through July 27, 2003.

Meade, Marie, Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Moses, Theresa, Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Nuna, Richard, Charles Andrew Youth Restoration Center. Examining Artifacts and Collections Related to the Innu People, Their Culture and Their History, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from November 20, 2000 through December 8, 2000.

Pepion, Donald D., Blackfeet Community College. Ethnography of the Blackfeet 1830-1870: The Influence of the United States on the Social, Economic, and Political Systems of the Blackfeet, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from July 17, 2000 through August 4, 2000.

Peterson, Melissa Ann, Neah Bay, WA. Makah Basketry According to Men, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from September 10, 2003 through September 30, 2003.

Pitawanakwat, Cecilia J., Wikwemikong, Ontario. A study of the Quillwork, Ribbonwork and Beadwork of the Anishinabek Peoples of the Great Lakes as shown in the evolution of the clothing, footwear and household goods of the Ojibwe/Chippewa, Pottawatomi and Odawa, at the National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of the American Indian with Eric Hollinger and Ann McMullen from February 28, 2005 through March 20, 2005.

Rearden, Alice A., Calista Elders Council. Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Fieldwork turned on it's head, at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from February 9, 2003 through February 15, 2003.

Rogers, Stephanie Anne, Sarnia, Ontario. A study of the Quillwork, Ribbonwork and Beadwork of the Anishinabek Peoples of the Great Lakes as shown in the evolution of the clothing, footwear and household goods of the Ojibwe/Chippewa, Pottawatomi and Odawa, at the National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of the American Indian with Eric Hollinger and Ann McMullen from February 28, 2005 through March 20, 2005.

Simeonoff, Helen Jane, Anchorage, AK. Koniag from Kodak and other Alaskan historical masks., at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from January 17, 1999 through January 25, 1999.

Stevens, Yolanda Hart, Laveen, AZ. Maricopa Material Culture Research, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from October 14, 2001 through October 26, 2001.

Sunn, Dorothea, Laveen, AZ. Maricopa Pottery Research, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from October 14, 2001 through October 26, 2001.

Ulroan, David J., Alaska Vocational Technical Center. Kashunamuit archival hunting equipment., at the National Museum of Natural History with Stephen Loring from April 3, 2000 through April 7, 2000.

Vicenti-Howland, Bernadette L., Jicarilla Apache Tribe Lang & Cultural Institute. Jicarilla Apache Basketry, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from June 20, 2000 through July 10, 2000.

Zilliox, Marcus K., Tempe, AZ. Research on Native American Men's Regalia, Focusing on Decorative Design Motifs Strategies, at the National Museum of Natural History with Joallyn Archambault from August 24, 2002 through September 20, 2002.