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Sequoyah Research Center

Summer interns

The SNRC would like to welcome our new summer interns. They are here to acquire practical experience in archival research and management. They started the first week of June, working on inventories and finding aids for manuscript and special collections, as well as indexing 19th century Indian Removal documents.

Kimberly Baker (Cherokee), is a native of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and is just finishing a bachelor’s degree in environmental health and safety management.

Erin Fehr (Yupik) is from Poplar Grove, Arkansas, and is a recent graduate of Oklahoma University where she completed graduate work in library and information science and musicology.

Alex Tyner (Shawnee and Seneca) is from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a student at Haskell Indian Nations University, pursuing a degree in indigenous and American Indian studies.

Updated 6.10.2010