ST. ISAAC JOGUES CHURCH RECORDS Scope and Content Note
Correspondence, parish council minutes, and FaceBook page from an urban intertribal Native American parish in Rapid City, South Dakota. Founded in 1951 in collaboration with the Jesuits, the church includes parishioners who are Brulé, Hunkpapa, Oglala, and Sans Arc Indians.
Gift from St. Isaac Jogues Church (Rapid City, South Dakota), 1988 and 1994.
Scope and Content
Unprocessed collection -- some restrictions apply. Please consult with Archives Staff.
Series 1 Correspondence. 1991-1993. 1 folder.
Series 2. Parish Council Minutes. 1985-1992. 8 folders.
Series 3. FaceBook Page. 2017-. Archived by Archive-It at the request of Marquette University.
More Related Resources
- Native America Collections: Checklist to Marquette special collections about native peoples of the Western Hemisphere.
- Search the Collections (sidebar)
- Guides to Catholic-Related Records about Native Americans in the United States: Over 1,000 repository entries in PDF format to help genealogists and historical researchers find the records they need on American Indians and Alaskan Natives. The entries provide contact information on the repositories, brief descriptions about the records, the Native groups served, and the associated Catholic organizations. Many of the entries include institutional chronologies to explain the history of the records.