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Preferred Vendors: Organizations


Association of State and Local History
aaslh.org
The American Association for State and Local History is a not-for-profit professional organization of individuals and institutions working to preserve and promote history. Through programs, publications, and continuing education, AASLH provides resources and support to help the history community thrive.

Council on Library and Information Resources
www.clir.org
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is an independent, nonprofit organization that supports the works of libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural institutions through promotion, publication, and programs. Stop by the CLIR booth to meet staff and learn about our current digitization grant programs, fellowship opportunities, and other exciting projects on the horizon.

National Endowment for the Humanities and National Science Foundation
www.neh.gov; www.nsf.gov
Visit with National Endowment for the Humanities and National Science Foundation Program staff to discuss project ideas and grant programs.

National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition
https://boardingschoolhealing.org/
Driven by the mission of leading in the pursuit of understanding and addressing the ongoing impacts of the U.S. Indian Boarding School policy, The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) is a Native-led organization committed to the transformative potential of education, advocacy, and healing initiatives in response to an era characterized by child removal and cultural genocide. NABS will be on-site to preview the use of its boarding school records platform: the National Indian Boarding School Digital Archives (NIBSDA). As an imperative to illuminating boarding school history, NIBSDA was conceptualized to serve as a national authoritative digital repository for boarding school archival collections throughout the United States. Making these records more accessible to boarding school survivors and their descendants in a digital archive is essential to understanding this history and its many impacting consequences on Tribal Nations.

SIL International
www.sil.org
SIL International is a not-for-profit organization which is presently providing services and training to more than 1,800 indigenous and minority language communities in more than 80 countries. SIL provides world-class software tools at NO CHARGE for: collecting, managing, and archiving your digital language artifacts; transcribing audio and video recordings; publishing and distributing books in your language in a variety of print and digital media; dictionaries; and much more. We can work with you to build your capacity for documenting and sustainably developing your language. We can help you to develop and implement a strategic vision and plans for preserving your language and passing it forward to future generations. Visit our booth for a free consultation with one of our experienced language revitalization specialists.
Society of American Archivists
www.archivists.org
The Society of American Archivists is North America's oldest and largest national professional association dedicated to the needs and interests of archives and archivists. SAA represents more than 6,200 professional archivists employed by governments, universities, businesses, libraries, and historical organizations nationally. All of the work undertaken by SAA on behalf of its members and archives users is guided by our vision, mission, and core values.

Webb Deiss Research
http://www.webbdeissresearch.com
We provide archival and historical research services using records important to Native-Americans at the National Archives, Library of Congress and other public and private records repositories, archives and libraries in Washington, DC. We specialize in military, allotment, land and water issues, Tribal records, and genealogy.

Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways
www.sagchip.org/ziibiwing
The Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeway's in Mount Pleasant, Michigan is the "Midwest's Premier American Indian Museum." Established in 2004, the Ziibiwing Center is a distinctive treasure created to provide an enriched, diversified and culturally relevant educational experience through its award-winning Diba Jimooyung (Telling Our Story) permanent exhibit, changing exhibits, research center, Ojibwe language immersion room, gift shop, and meeting rooms. The 13-member Ziibiwing team addresses cultural and historic preservation (Tribal Historic Preservation Office), repatriation and reburial of ancestral remains through NAGPRA, artistic expression and promotion, Tribal collections and archival conservation, cultural resource management, Ojibwe language revitalization, exhibition development, protection of intellectual property, and stewardship of Saginaw Chippewa Tribal cemeteries (7), burial grounds (1), and sacred sites. The Ziibiwing Center is a non-profit cultural center and museum belonging to the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.