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Joe Jennings Bureau of Indian Affairs Records, 1802-1967 | Archives of Appalachia

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ID: 500/AppMs 51
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Extent: 93.0 linear feet
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Scope and Contents: The Joe Jennings Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, press releases, circulars, photographs, maps, broadsides, congressional records, reports, minutes, newspaper clippings and periodicals. The collection documents Mr. Jennings career as a public educator and superintendent of the Cherokee Indian Agency for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and his later service as Director of the Tennessee Higher Education Survey Committee while at East Tennessee State University. The personal papers include genealogical material of the Faulkner family and papers from Mr. Jennings' military activities. The bulk of the collection concerns Jennings' activities while working for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and describes work with the Eastern Band of the Cherokee, the Seminole, Lakota, and other Native American tribes. The span dates of the collection are from 1802 to 1967 but predominantly include 1930-1960.

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