Carling I. Malouf recalls his experiences working with Native American tribes and students as a professor of anthropology at the University of Montana. He discusses his educational background, how he became interested in studying Native American ethnology, and his interactions with Native Americans in the field and at the University. He describes the histories of some of the regional Native American tribes, the interactions certain tribes had with whites and other tribes, and the effects that white culture had on Native American culture, especially with regard to religion. Malouf also recalls a court case he worked on involving the Lands Claim Commission.
Anthropology; Ethnology; University of Montana; Native American tribes; Native American tribes, Montana; Native American students; Native American religion; Jesuits; Head Start; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; Lands Claim Commission; Peyote
Montana; California; Utah
Carling I. Malouf Oral History Project, OH 441, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana-Missoula. Mansfield Library
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (16 p.: 28 cm.)
Malouf, Carling I., "Carling I. Malouf Interview, September 21, 2004" (2004). Carling I. Malouf Oral History Project. 1.