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Grant Recipients

2001

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $48,314 to support a two-year project to review the Board's operations and prepare a plan and statement of priorities for the next five years.

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $7,661 to support the Board's administration and meetings for one year. (2001-015)

2000

Minnesota Historical Society and State Historical Society of North Dakota: $72,571 to support a project entitled Agriculture and Rural Life: Documenting Change. (2000-49)

1998

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $23,568 to support a two-year planning and implementation project. (98-007)

1995

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $61,000 to support the second year of a three-year cooperative agreement between the Council of State Historical Records Coordinators (with the Minnesota Historical Society as its grant administrator) and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The award supports national meetings of the State Historical Records Coordinators, regional meetings of representatives of State Historical Records Advisory Boards, and a revision and update of the Council's 1993 report on records conditions in the states. (95-112)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $10,000 for an electronic records consultancy and training project. (95-030)

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $24,144 for a planning project. During the three-year grant period the board will conduct a series of meetings with constituent groups in locations across the state to help the board identify ways to implement its statement of priorities. Reports will be published assessing needs within each of the board's priorities and defining recommended approaches to meet these needs. The meetings will also be designed to help the board expand its efforts to involve a wider range of institutions in the board's activities. (95-021)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $85,390 to support the first year of a three-year cooperative agreement between the Council of State Historical Records Coordinators (with the Minnesota Historical Society as its grants administrator) and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The award supports national meetings of the State Historical Records Coordinators, regional meetings of representatives of State Historical Records Advisory Boards, and a revision and update of the Council's 1993 report. (95-004)

1994

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $43,500 to support a fellowship in archival administration. (94-042)

1993

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $26,310 to develop a cataloging manual for oral history materials to provide standardized access for researchers. (93-039)

1992

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $6,082 to support the travel and meeting expenses of the board (92-l04)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $64,588 to survey the records of more than 100 organizations that serve the cultural, social service, civic, political, religious, and communication needs of urban Native American communities in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Duluth, Bemidji, and International Falls. The plan of work includes hiring and training a surveyor, holding informational meetings with target organizations. conducting on-site surveys, preparing a guide to the records surveyed, and conducting workshops to train organization staff to manage their records. (92-098)

1991

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, St. Paul, MN: $9,029 in supplemental funding for editing, publishing, and distributing the report on the Conference on Documenting the Immigrant Experience. (91-1055)

Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians, Onamia, MN: $27,726 to continue the band's oral history program. (91 -082)

1990

Minnesota Historical Society, St Paul, MN: $10,117 to create quality archival interpositives and working negatives of 19th-century stereo images by William lllingworth. (90-103)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $4,708 for travel and meeting expenses to allow the state board to carry out its grant review and statewide archival planning missions. (90-102)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $39,785 to fund a national planning conference on electronic records issues. (90-100)

Red Lake Tribal Council, Red Lake, MN: $83,600 to develop a tribal records management and archival program. (90-018)

1989

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, St. Paul, MN: $18,000 to support a conference on the immigrant experience in America. The project is funded jointly by the Commission and the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation. (89-059)

1988

Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians, Onamia, MN: $29,715 for a project, in cooperation with the Minnesota Historical Society to develop an archives and records management program for the tribe. The Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa may be the only Indian tribe in the nation with a fully operational separation of powers form of government. (88-073)

1987

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, St. Paul, MN: $7,700 to support a fellowship in archival administration. (87-073)

University of Minnesota, Charles Babbage Institute, St. Paul, MN: $36,411 to identify sources for documentation of the early computer industry and to develop appraisal criteria for computer industry records. The project was conducted in cooperation with Control Data Corporation. (87-047)

1986

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, and Order Sons of Italy in America, St. Paul, MN: $26,636 for the second year of a three-year project to survey, accession, arrange, and describe the records of the Order Sons of Italy in America. (86-104)

Minnesota Historical Society; St. Paul, MN: $35,000 to convene a national meeting of state historical records coordinators to discuss steps for a nationwide historical records program and recommend procedures for improving the NHPRC grants process. The grant is on behalf of the State Coordinators' Steering Committee. (86-077)

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $9,000 for travel and meeting expenses to allow the state board to carry out its grant review and statewide archival planning missions. (86-071)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $4,000 to convene a two-day planning meeting of organizational representatives, Commission members, and NHPRC staff to review comments and suggestions about a proposed national historical records program. (86-023)

1985

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, St. Paul, MN: $25,083 to conduct mail and on-site surveys to locate records of the Order Sons of Italy in America. The Sons of Italy is a fraternal organization of Americans of Italian descent with approximately 1,200 active local lodges. (85-122)

Minnesota Department of Administration, St. Paul, MN: $156,975 for a two-year project to establish a statewide program to preserve and make available local government records. (85-043, 86-018)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $33,725 to gather and analyze data about current standards of practice of state and local governments in creating archival-quality microfilm and in maintaining quality assurance programs. (85-039)

1984

Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN: $5,525 to arrange and describe Swedish-American archival materials in the college archives and in the archives of the Minnesota Synod-Lutheran Church in America. (84-094)

Iron Range Research Center, Eveleth, MN: $22,971 to survey, appraise, and transfer to the center the records of 20 municipalities in the Mesabi Iron Range area of Minnesota. (84-069)

St. Louis County Historical Society, Duluth, MN: $3,082 for two consultants to advise on ways to improve the preservation and availability of the society's collection of 40,000 photographs. (84-058)

1982

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $32,526 to establish a university archives/records management program for the seven Minnesota State universities in conjunction with regional research centers. (82-021)

1981

National Center for State Courts, St. Paul, MN: $1,000 to enable a representative of the center to participate in the national local government records assessment and planning project of the American Association for State and Local History. (81-160)

Minnesota State Historical Records Advisory Board, St. Paul, MN: $24,192 to analyze the current condition of historical records in the state, identify problems, frame potential solutions, and outline actions that can be taken. (81-119)

1980

Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ, Minneapolis, MN: $17,472 to inventory records of conference churches, including mid-19th-century records relating to German immigration and other aspects of the state's social and religious history. (80-132)

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, St. Paul, MN: $3,900 for archival consultants to make recommendations regarding the reunification, processing, and eventual microfilming of the archives of the Orthodox Church in America, located at church headquarters on Long Island and at the center. (80-129)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $18,350 to microfilm for preservation and publication the papers of John Ireland, 1839-1918, the first archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul. (80-088)

1979

Morrison County Historical Society; Little Falls, MN: $12,506 to locate and accession historical records in the county. (79-127)

St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN: $3,600 to develop an automated database for its archival program. (79-045)

1978

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $45,074 to arrange, describe, and preserve records from five departments of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railroad companies. (78-127)

Norwegian-American Historical Association, Northfield, MN: $4,000 to prepare a guide to the collections of the association. (78-065)

1977

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $17,500 for a project, in collaboration with the Social Welfare History Archives of the University of Minnesota, for training workshops for small collecting agencies in the state. (77-050)

University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center, Minneapolis, MN: $37,272 to survey, accession, and microfilm records of the International Institutes, the personal papers of early institute leaders, and records of Foreign Community Departments. (77-048)

1976

University of Minnesota, Social Welfare History Archives, Minneapolis, MN: $12,960 to conduct a cooperative state wide project to survey and accession into appropriate repositories records of public and private welfare agencies in Minnesota. (76-072)

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN: $12,200 to develop a retention plan for the records of the Minnesota District Court and County Courts. (76-042)

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Whom to Contact

Institutions which are interested in developing grant proposals, or which have general questions about the Board or the NHRPC, are encouraged to write or call:

Shawn Rounds
State Archivist
Division of Library and Collections
Minnesota Historical Society
345 Kellogg Blvd W
St. Paul, MN 55102

Email: shawn.rounds@mnhs.org phone: 651-259-3265