To celebrate Diversity Month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Diversity Council has scheduled a variety of events set to take place throughout the month of March. Presentations will include discussions on a range of topics, research findings, and historical events.

UA Little Rock Announces Events to Recognize Diversity Month

To celebrate Diversity Month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Diversity Council has scheduled a variety of events set to take place throughout the month of March. Presentations will include discussions on a range of topics, research findings, and historical events. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Announces Events to Recognize Diversity Month”

Daniel Littlefield sits among boxes of files at the UALR Sequoyah National Research Center, which will soon be home to one of the largest public collections of Alaska Native videos in the world.

UA Little Rock’s Sequoyah National Research Center creates website visualizing American Indian removal through Arkansas

The Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has created a website and touchscreen table that brings the journey of American Indians who traveled through Arkansas on their way to Indian Territory to life.

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Boxed archives at Sequoyah National Research Center archives.

Sequoyah National Research Center receives $72k grant

A state council has awarded the Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of at Little Rock nearly $72,000 for compact shelving to better preserve the center’s extensive collection of Native American newspapers. Continue reading “Sequoyah National Research Center receives $72k grant”

New website commemorates American Indians, Alaska Natives in WWI

In commemoration of the centennial of the World War I, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Sequoyah National Research Center has published the website “American Indians in World War I” in partnership with the United States World War I Centennial Commission. The website – ww1cc.org/americanindian –  commemorates the service of 12,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives who served in the war, mostly as volunteers. Continue reading “New website commemorates American Indians, Alaska Natives in WWI”

Archivist Erin Fehr at work in Sequoyah National Research Center's archives.

Archivist Erin Fehr to be featured in webinar on American Indian newspapers

Erin Fehr, an archivist with the UA Little Rock Sequoyah National Research Center, will be a featured speaker in a webinar about American Indian newspapers.  Continue reading “Archivist Erin Fehr to be featured in webinar on American Indian newspapers”