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Little Big Horn College (Crow Agency, MT 59022-7000)
Tim Bernardis (Project Director: July 2018 to present)

PW-264289-19
Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
Preservation and Access

Totals:
$330,422 (approved)
$330,422 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2019 – 4/30/2023

Cultivating Ourselves: Digitization and Access to Crow Historical and Cultural Resources

The preservation, transcription, translation, and digitization of audiovisual materials that document Crow history, language, and culture.

Little Big Horn College is proposing a project funded through the NEH to continue to digitize historical and cultural materials related to the Crow Indians. The college holds a great deal of antiquated audiovisual materials and will create digital copies saved on a server, tape drive, and off site. Once digitized, the audio and video will be placed online via the Content Management System, Mukurtu allowing for culturally appropriate use. Along with digitization, the project proposes to create translations and transcripts to aid those who lack fluency in the Crow language. Professionals in the field will produce the transcriptions. Weaving all of this together, virtual displays will utilize audiovisual content, transcripts, and other archival materials held at the college. The project team will receive feedback and assistance from outside professionals from the Sustainable Heritage Project at Washington State University and the Montana Historical Society.

Little Big Horn College (Crow Agency, MT 59022-7000)
Jon Ille (Project Director: June 2016 to present)
Tim Bernardis (Co Project Director: March 2021 to present)

AD-253433-17
Humanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and Universities
Education Programs

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Totals:
$99,990 (approved)
$99,990 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2017 – 4/30/2022

Creating and Perpetuating Crow Oral History in the Classroom and Beyond

A three-year project to collect oral histories of the post-World War II generation of  Crow tribe members, to develop humanities course modules based on the interviews, and to train students in oral history methods.

Little Big Horn College (LBHC) proposes a three year Humanities Initiative to enhance the oral histories held in the LBHC Archives which will strengthen Crow perspectives in humanities courses at the college. The LBHC Archives currently holds a large number of pre and early reservation oral histories. The period after World War II lacks the same breadth. As a result, a great deal of material that could assist in a comprehensive Crow centered humanities curriculum is not readily available. Humanities faculty will conduct oral history interviews, integrate the content into the classroom via course modules, and present the oral histories to the Crow community through the Cultural Enrichment Speaker Series. The oral history audio and video files and transcripts will reside at the LBHC Library/Archives for faculty, students and community members to utilize after the completion of the Humanities Initiative as well as being available on the Internet.

Little Big Horn College (Crow Agency, MT 59022-7000)
Tim Bernardis (Project Director: April 2002 to present)

PA-24296-02
Preservation/Access Projects
Preservation and Access

Totals:
$2,700 (approved)
$2,700 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2002 – 1/31/2003

Archives Preservation Assessment

A preservation assessment of archival records related to the Crow Indians and the Crow reservation in Montana from the late 19th century to the present.

Little Big Horn College (Crow Agency, MT 59022-7000)
Tim Bernardis (Project Director: November 1988 to June 1991)

RC-21768-89
Reference Materials - Access
Preservation and Access

Totals:
$25,000 (approved)
$24,998 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/1989 – 11/30/1990

Little Big Horn College Archives Arrangement and Description Project

To support the arrangement and description of three Crow Indian manuscript collections in the Little Big Horn College Archives.