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1979-1985
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2 Folders
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NAA.2006-06
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National Anthropological Archives

Info about Hmong people and refugees; includes materials from Jane Smalley's class teaching Hmong immigrants English and other materials she collected on Hmong immigrants.

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1979-1997
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subseries
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NAA.2006-06
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National Anthropological Archives

This sub-series reflects the expansion of Smalley's research interests to Hmong culture and refugees when he moved to Minneapolis in 1974, where a large number of Hmong refugees were settling. His wife, Jane, became involved in helping Hmongs adapt to life in Minnesota. Some of her papers can be found mixed in with materials that Smalley collected ...

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1980-1997
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3 Folders
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NAA.2006-06
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National Anthropological Archives

Letters and clippings on Hmongs in the US.

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1982-1992
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NAA.2006-06
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National Anthropological Archives

Letter and articles.

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1982-1989
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National Anthropological Archives

Articles by Tapp.

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1952-1997
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series
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2 Linear feet
Collection ID:
NAA.2006-06
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

This series includes materials related to the development of RPA and to Smalley's research on other Hmong scripts, primarily Pahawh. For other materials relating to the Hmongs, please see Series 1: Correspondence, Series 5: Writings, Series 6: Talks, Series 9: Photographs, and Series 10: Sound Recordings.

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1952-1955
1966-1967
1981-1997
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Collection ID:
NAA.2006-06
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

In 1951, Reverend G. Linwood Barney solicited Smalley's help in developing a writing system for the Hmong people in order to translate the Bible and other religious documents into their language. At the time, Father Yves Bertrais was also working on a Hmong writing system, and when they learned of each other's work, the three decided to collaborate...

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100 records — Page 9 of 10