This is the second and final part of an article containing an interview with Barbara Madison, a Michigan-based Native American research and genealogy consultant. Madison's work collecting Native American oral histories and researching the documentary record of this population was the subject of her April 2008 presentation at a conference on archives and the ethics of memory construction. The first part of this interview was published in the October 2008 MAC Newsletter.
Archives and Native American Genealogy: A Researcher’s Perspective, Part 2MAC Newsletter (2009)
Publication DateJanuary, 2009
Citation InformationMadison, Barbara. "Archives and Native American Genealogy: A Researcher’s Perspective, Part 2" Ed. Meg Miner. MAC Newsletter 36.3 (2009): 6-7. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/meg_miner/4