Peterson , Garnie Oldenkamp
Garnie Oldenkamp Peterson was a UNO student circa 1975.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Andrea Olivo, Interview Date: 1975 November 22, Date Digitized: 1/30/2017
The oral history interview with Andrea Olivo concerning her life growing up as an Omaha Indian living in the city of Omaha, Nebraska was conducted by UNO student Garnie O. Peterson on November 22, 1975. Olivo spoke largely about the education of herself, her parents, and American Indians in general. She also compared her experiences to that of American Indians that lived on reservations and other minority groups including Chicanos/ Latinos and African Americans.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Eva J. Nichols, Interview Date: 1975 December 11, Date Digitized: 1/30/2017
The oral history interview of Eva J. Nichols, Director of the American Indian Center in Omaha, was conducted by UNO student Garnie Oldenkamp Peterson on December 11, 1975. Nichols discussed her experiences as director in the 1970s. She described her views on political protests, the American Indian Movement (AIM), the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Native American individuals' struggles within the educational system.
American Indian Oral History: Interview with Fred Buckles, Interview Date: 1975 November 1, Date Digitized: 1/25/2017
The oral history interview of Fred Buckles was conducted by Garnie OldenKamp Peterson on November 1, 1975. Fred Buckles grew up on Fort Peck Reservation in northeast Montana. Buckles shared his experience living on the Fort Peck Reservation.