FRANCIS PAUL PRUCHA, S.J. PAPERS

PUBLIC TALKS AND LECTURES (1956-1998)


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2.3 1 1 Public Talks and Lectures, Chronological Index, 1956-1985
2.3 1 2 "The Army and Indian Relations before the Civil War," Mississippi Valley Historical Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, April 19, 1956
2.3 1 3 "The Position of Catholics in America," Evans Scholars Communion Breakfast, Marquette University, April 23, 1961
2.3 1 4 "The Work of a Historian," Crown and Anchor Meeting, Marquette University, October 11, 1961
2.3 1 5 "Culture and the History of Western Civilization," Scepter and Sword Meeting, Marquette University, December 10, 1961
2.3 1 6 "Indian Peace Medals," Wisconsin Archeologists Meeting, Milwaukee, April 16, 1962
2.3 1 7 "Sermon," Dedication of St. Joseph Home, River Falls, Wisconsin, May 6, 1962
2.3 1 8 "Evaluating Press Performance," Panel Discussion, Marquette University, May 11, 1962
2.3 1 9 "Indian Removal and the Great American Desert," American Indian Ethnohistoric Conference, Newberry Library, Chicago, November 1, 1963
2.3 1 10 "Indian Removal- The Intentions and Motives of Its Advocates in the Federal Government," Western History Association Conference, Oklahoma City, October, 1964
2.3 1 11 "Graduate Study in History," Graduate Faculty Meeting, Marquette University, November 2, 1964
2.3 1 12 "The Historian and His Craft," Convocation Address, Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, April 20, 1965
2.3 1 13 "The Military as the Cutting Edge of Western Expansion," University of Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, April 21, 1965

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2.3 1 14 "The United States Army and the Fur Trade," North American Fur Trade Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota, November 1, 1965
2.3 1 15 "Contemporary Theories on the Nature of History," National Defense Education Act (NDEA) Institute in History, Wisconsin State University, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 18, 1966
2.3 1 16 "Lewis Cass and American Indian Policy," Detroit Historical Society Lewis Cass Lectureship, Detroit, November 4, 1966. Correspondence and Information, 1963-1967
2.3 1 17 "Military Protection of the American Fur Trade, 1815-1840," Voyageurs Club, Madison, Wisconsin, March 1, 1967
2.3 1 18 "The Frontier Army Post before the Civil War," Chicago Corral of Westerners, Chicago, May 22, 1967
2.3 1 19 "The Use of Peace Medals in American Indian Policy," Potomac Corral of Westerners, Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C., February 29, 1968
2.3 1 20 "Andrew Jackson's Indian Policy- A Reassessment," Organization of American Historians Meeting, Dallas, Texas, April 18, 1968
2.3 1 21 "Indian Medals and Indian Policy," Midwest Museums Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 26, 1968
2.3 1 22 "Forgotten Minority: The American Indians in United States History," Indiana State Teachers Association, October 25, 1968
2.3 1 23 "Research on American Indian Policy," Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)- Newberry Library Colloquium, Chicago, October 30, 1968
2.3 1 24 "A Reassessment of American Indian Policy before the Civil War," Research Seminar, Huntington Library, San Marino, California, July 26, 1969
2.3 1 25 "Military Protection of the Fur Trade, 1815-1840," Chicago Corral of Westerners, Chicago, Illinois, February 23, 1970
2.3 1 26 "Comments, Session on "Bureaucracy and the West," Organization of American Historians Meeting, Los Angeles, California, April 16, 1970

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2.3 1 27 "The Changing Use of Indian Peace Medals," American Society for Ethnohistory Meeting, Missoula, Montana, October 23, 1970
2.3 1 28 Lectures on "The Land Base" and "Indian Education" for Professor J.A. Sabloff's course on the Native Americans, Harvard University, February 23 and March 23, 1971
2.3 1 29 "Indian Removal: Policy, Promises and Performance," Indiana University Lecture, Bloomington, Indiana, May 17, 1971
2.3 1 30 "Comments, Session on "American Indian Policy and Administration in the Late 19th Century," Western History Association Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 13, 1971
2.3 1 31 "The End of the American Indian Frontier," Phi Alpha Theta Meeting, Whitewater State University, Whitewater, Wisconsin, November 2, 1971
2.3 1 32 "The History of Indian-White Relations in the United States: The Responsibilities of Educators," Phi Delta Kappa Meeting, Marquette University, January 27, 1972
2.3 1 33 "Professional Responsibilities of Historians in the Use of Archives," Society of American Archivists, Columbus, Ohio, November 1, 1972
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1 "Doing Indian History," Keynote Address, National Archives Conference on Research in the History of Indian-White Relations, Washington, D.C., June 15, 1972
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2  "Americanizing the American Indians: Reform in American Indian Policy, 1880-1900," Phi Alpha Theta Meeting, Carroll College, Waukesha, Wisconsin, October 9, 1972
2.3 2 3  "Americanizing the American Indian," Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, March 29, 1973
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4  "Federal Indian Policy in United States History," Symposium on the American Indian, Northeastern State College, Tahlequeh, Oklahoma, April 12, 1973
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5  "Americanizing the American Indians," University of Tennessee at Martin History Roundtable on the Federal Indian Policy, University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, Tennessee, May 16, 1973
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2.3 2 6 "The American Indians- A Unique Minority," Rotary Club, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 9, 1973
2.3 2 7 "A New Era in American Indian Affairs," Oklahoma Association of College History Professor, East Central State College, Ada, Oklahoma, March 1, 1974
2.3 2 8 "A New Era in American Indian Affairs," Phi Alpha Theta Banquet, Southeastern State College, Durant, Oklahoma, March 15, 1974
2.3 2 9 "History of Indian-White Relations in America," Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts, Chickasha, Oklahoma, March 28, 1974
2.3 2 10 "Evangelical Religion and American Indian Policy," Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Oklahoma City University, April 6, 1974
2.3 2 11 "Federal Indian Policy in United States History," University of Wyoming, May 7, 1974
2.3 2 12 "The American Indian- A Unique Minority," Rotary Club, Burlington, Wisconsin, October 7, 1974
2.3 2 13 "The Political Status of the American Indians," First Montana History Conference, Helena, Montana, November 1, 1974
2.3 2 14  "Varieties of History in the Present Age," Marquette Alumni Club Dinner, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, November 5, 1974
2.3 2 15  "The Dawning of a New Era: The Spirit of Reform and American Indian Policy," Student Convocation, Gould Academy, Bethel, Maine, November 16, 1974
2.3 2 16  "The Dawning of a New Era: The Spirit of Reform and American Indian Policy," Centennial Address, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, April 21, 1975
2.3 2 17 Comments on W.L. Morton's "The Historical Phenomenon of Minorities: The Canadian Experience," 14th International Congress of the Historical Sciences, San Francisco, California, August 26, 1975

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2.3 2 18 "The Significance of Christian Faith for the Scholar," Seminar for Faculty and Clergy, Marquette University, January 27, 1976
2.3 2 19 "The Dawning of a New Era: The Spirit of Reform and American Indian Policy," Liberal Arts Honor Convocation, Marquette University, April 21, 1976
2.3 2 20 Comments, Wrap-up Session, The Military Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado, October 1, 1976
2.3 2 21 "The Movement to Americanize the Indians, 1865-1920," The American West: The Frontier Era Lecture Series, 1976. Correspondence and Cassette Contract, 1975-1977
2.3 2 22 "Nineteenth Century Indian Reform: The Demand for Total Assimilation," Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, March 14, 1977
2.3 2 23 "The Roots of American Indian Policy," Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 26, 1977
2.3 2 24 "History as a Humanistic Endeavor," Marquette University Lecture Series on the Humanities, September 28, 1977
2.3 2 25 "Federal Indian Policy in United States History," University of Minnesota-Duluth and College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, March 2, 1978
2.3 2 26 "The Spirit of Reform in American History," U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, April 13, 1978
2.3 2 27 "The Decline of the Christian Reformers," Organization of American Historians Meeting, New York, New York, April 15, 1978
2.3 2 28 "Effective College Teaching," Guest Lecture, Marquette University, September 28, 1978
2.3 3 1 "The Political Status of the American Indians," President's Executive Senate Luncheon, Marquette University, November 13, 1978
2.3 3 2 "Current Trends in Interpreting American History: Native Americans," American Association for State and Local History Seminar, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, July 18, 1979

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2.3 3 3  "The Future of the Historical Profession in Wisconsin," Panel, WATCH Conference, Marquette University, October 6, 1979
2.3 3 4  "History as a Humanistic Study," Marquette University Parents Association Dinner, Marquette University, October 30, 1979
2.3 3 5  Comments, Session on "The Interaction of Historians and Anthropologists in the Writing of American Indian History," Organization of American Historians (OAH) Meeting, San Francisco, California, April 10, 1980
2.3 3 6  "Establishing an American Indian Policy, 1775-1865" and "The American Indian and the United States Government, 1865-1900," Video Lecture Series, American West Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, April 22-23, 1980
2.3 3 7  "The Dawning of a New Era: The Spirit of Reform and American Indian Policy," South Dakota State Historical Society Annual Meeting, Mt. Marty College, Yankton, South Dakota, June 14, 1980
2.3 3 8  Introduction of William T. Hagan (Presidential Address), Western History Association Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, October 17, 1980
2.3 3 9  "The History of Indian-White Relations: Principles and Practice," Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, November 20. 1980
2.3 3 10  "The Religious Roots of American Indian Policy," William Lyle Davis Lecture, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington, March 26, 1981
2.3 3 11  "The Churches and the American Indian: The Mission School Controversy," Annual McAvoy Lecture, University of Notre Dame, April 8, 1981
2.3 3 12  "The Dawning of a New Era: The Spirit of Reform and American Indian Policy," Potomac Corral of Westerners, Cosmos Club, Washington D.C., February 24, 1982
2.3 3 13  "The History of Indian-White Relations," Georgetown History Forum, Georgetown University, February 25, 1982

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2.3  3 14  "The Religious Roots of American Indian Policy," Mary College, Bismarck, North Dakota (Organization of American Historians Lecture), March 25, 1982
2.3  3 15  "History and the Educated Person," Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ceremony, Georgetown University, May 2, 1982
2.3  3 16 Comments, Session on "Tribal Domain: The Use and Abuse of American Indian Landholding," Organization of American Historians Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 9, 1983
2.3  3 17 "The Reform of American Indian Policy," Milwaukee County Historical Society Annual Banquet, April 13, 1983
2.3  3 18 "History and the Educated Person," Metropolitan Milwaukee Historians' Association, Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 7, 1983
2.3  3 19 "American Indian Policy in the Twentieth Century," Presidential Address, Western History Association Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 14, 1983
2.3  3 20 "Religion and American Indian Policy," Boston College Faculty Seminar, October 24, 1983
2.3  3 21 "The Indians in American Society: Patterns of Paternalism," First Gasson Lecture, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, November 30, 1983
2.3  3 22 "The Indians In American Society: Dependency and Wardship," Second Gasson Lecture, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, March 14, 1984
2.3  3 23 "Religion and American Indian Policy," Faculty Seminar, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, April 26, 1984
2.3 3 24 "Religion and American Indian Policy," Convocation Address, Portsmouth Abbey School, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, October 18, 1984
2.3  3 25 "The Indians in American Society: Rights and Responsibilities," Third Gasson Lecture, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, November 7, 1984

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2.3 4 1 "Protests by Petition: Jeremiah Evarts and the Cherokee Indians," Massachusetts Historical Society, January 10, 1985
2.3 4 2 "A Historian Looks at Recent Indian Policy," University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)-American Indian Policy Conference, February 22, 1985
2.3 4 3 "Paternalism and Dependency: The Paradox of American Indian Affairs," University of Wisconsin at Parkside Talk, March 8, 1995
2.3 4 4 "The Indians in American Society: Trusteeship and Indian Self-Determination," Fourth Gasson Lecture, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, March 13, 1985
2.3 4 5 "The Formulators of Federal Indian Policy," Oklahoma State University, May 17, 1985
2.3 4 6 "Indian Policy and American Society," Mary Baldwin College - Carroll Lecture Series, October 23-24, 1985
2.3 4 7 "Studying American Indian Policy/American Indians in the Twentieth Century," Western Michigan University, February 27, 1986
2.3 4 8 "American Indians in the Twentieth Century," Cornell College Convocation, April 3, 1986
2.3 4 9 "The Religious Roots of American Indian Policy," Ouachita Baptist University, April 10, 1986
2.3 4 10 "American Indians in the Twentieth Century," Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, April 12, 1986
2.3 4 11 "Indian Peace Medals in American History," American Numismatic Association, August 7, 1986
2.3 4 12 "Eulogy for John Francis Bannon," Western History Association Conference, Billings, Montana, October, 1986

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2.3 4 13 Organization of American Historians Lecture Series, Correspondence, 1985-1986
2.3 4 14 "Two Roads to Conversion: Protestant and Catholic Missionaries in the Northwest," Pacific Northwest History Conference, Gonzaga University, April 24, 1987
2.3 4 15 "Sermon at St. Bridget Church," River Falls, Wisconsin, July 26, 1987
2.3 4 16 "American Indian Historiography: A Panel Discussion," Western History Association (WHA) Conference, Los Angeles, California, October 9, 1987
2.3 4 17 "A Historian Looks at Recent American Indian Policy," Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Carroll College, April 16, 1988
2.3 4 18 "Homily for Baccalaureate," Marquette University, May 21, 1988
2.3 4 19 "Two Roads to Conversion: Protestant and Catholic Missionaries in the Pacific Northwest," Seattle University, November 15, 1988
2.3 4 20 "The Struggle for Political Autonomy, Session V: Self Determination and Termination: The Paradox of Modern Indian Autonomy," Newberry Library Conference on Themes in American Indian History II, Chicago, Illinois, February 18, 1989
2.3 4 21 "The History of Indian-White Relations: Principle and Practice," History Department Colloquium, Marquette University, February 12, 1990
2.3 4 22 "Paternalism and Dependency: The Paradox of American Indian Affairs," Association of Indiana Historians, Purdue University, March 9-10, 1990
2.3 5 1 ""Paternalism and Dependency: The Paradox of American Indian Affairs," Iroquois/Jesuit Study Symposium, Le Moyne College, April 4, 1990
2.3 5 2 "Scholarship as Vocation," Inaugural Year Lecture, Marquette University, March 26, 1991
2.3 3 2A "Scholarship as Vocation," Inaugural Year Lecture, Marquette University. Sources
2.3 5 2B "Scholarship as Vocation," Inaugural Year Lecture, Marquette University.  Sources II

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2.3 5 3 "The Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions and Its Records," Talk to Marquette University Women's Council, September 17, 1991
2.3 5 4 "Homily for Ascension Thursday," Baccalaureate Mass, College of the Holy Cross, May 28, 1992
2.3 5 5 "Diocesan Archivists and American Indians," Association of Catholic Diocesan Archivists Conference, Mundelein, Illinois, August 2, 1992
2.3 5 6 "American Indians: the Paradox of Paternalism and Dependency," Parents Weekend Talk, Marquette University, October 9, 1993
2.3 5 7 "The Anomaly of American Indian Treaties," Graduate Students Talk, Marquette University, January 24, 1994
2.3 5 8 "Tribute to Frank Klement," Marquette University, September 25, 1994
2.3 5 9 "Remarks on Excellence," Phi Alpha Theta Initiation, Marquette University, October 14, 1994
2.3 5 10 "Comments: Session on "Catholicism on the Frontier," American Catholic Historical Association Spring Meeting, Marquette University, April 7, 1995
2.3 5 11 "Indians in American Society: Patterns of Paternalism and Dependency," Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ceremonies, Marquette University, April 28, 1995
2.3 5 12 Memorial Mass for Robert W. Reichert, Chapel of the Holy Family, May 24, 1995
2.3 5 13 "High Expectations," Conversations on Learning: The First Year in the College of Arts and Sciences, Marquette University, January 12, 1996
2.3 5 14 "American Indian Affairs: A History of Paternalism and Dependency," Wisconsin Lutheran College Student Convocation, April 16, 1996

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2.3 5 15 Milwaukee County Historical Society Symposium, October 26, 1996
2.3 5 16 "Talk at the Opening of the American Indian Peace Medal Exhibit," Peace Medal Exhibit, St. Louis, Missouri, August 14, 1997
2.3 5 17 Newberry Indian Center Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration, September 12 and 13, 1997
2.3 5 18 "The Current Buzzword in Federal Indian Affairs," Potomac Corral of Westerners, May 28, 1998