July 2023 Awards in Preservation & Access
Congratulations to the following institutions! Sixty-one awards were made for Preservation & Access Preservation Assistance Grants, seventeen awards were made for Preservation & Access Sustaining Cultural Heritage Collections projects, twelve awards were made for Preservation & Access National Digital Newspaper Program projects, eleven awards were made for Preservation & Access Cultural and Community Resilience projects, one award was made for Preservation & Access Cooperative Agreements and Special Projects, and two awards were made for Dynamic Language Infrastructure – Documenting Endangered Languages Senior Research Grants in July 2023.
PRESERVATION ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR SMALLER INSTITUTIONS
Academy of American Poets, New York, NY - Award: $10,000
The purchase of rehousing and preservation supplies, including archival frames and boxes, UV film, LED lighting, a fireproof safe, security locks, and environmental monitoring equipment to improve the storage conditions of the Academy of American Poets archival collection.
American Craft Council, Minneapolis, MN - Award: $9,063
A preservation and item level condition assessment for 235 audiovisual materials in the American Craft Council (ACC) Library collection.
American Folk Art Museum, Long Island City, NY - Award: $10,000
A digital preservation assessment of the American Folk Art Museum’s 5,200 digitized objects as well as the purchase of a RAID 6 hard-drive system and onsite firewall to house and preserve the collection.
Appalshop, Inc., Whitesburg, KY - Award: $10,000
The purchase of magnetic media transfer equipment and training of archive staff to perform cleaning and preservation treatment of a flood-damaged audiovisual collection documenting central Appalachian history.
Apollo Theater Foundation, New York, NY - Award: $5,000
The purchase of digital storage equipment for a collection of digitized photographs, audiovisual recordings, ephemera, business records, and correspondence documenting the history of New York City’s Apollo Theater.
Atlantic Center for the Arts, Inc., New Smyrna Beach, FL Award: $10,000
The purchase of preservation supplies to rehouse an audiovisual and photographic archival collection for the Atlantic Center for the Arts’ Master-Artist-in-Residence program.
California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Award: $9,998
A general preservation assessment of the Sacramento State Art Collection, which represents regionally significant art movements in northern California as well as works by local Chicano and Native artists, and training for staff and board members in collections handling and management.
Canyon Cinema Foundation, San Francisco, CA Award: $10,000
The purchase of digital storage equipment for a collection of 4,000 films that traces the history of noncommercial, independent, experimental, and avant-garde filmmaking movements from the 1920s to the present.
Carleton College, Northfield, MN - Award: $9,921
Hiring a preservation professional to assess the storage areas and mechanical systems serving Carleton College’s Special Collections and Archives, which include primary sources documenting the history of the college, its students and faculty, as well as a collection of rare print materials spanning 1,800 linear feet of bound paper volumes, broadsides, and maps.
Center for Photography at Woodstock, Inc., Kingston, NY Award: $10,000
A general preservation assessment for the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s collection of over 2,500 photographs, focused on contemporary American photography from the 1970s to the present.
Churchill County Museum Association, Fallon, NV Award: $10,000
The purchase of archival supplies plus the Churchill County Museum’s (CCM) first general conservation assessment.
Connecticut State University System, New Haven, CT Award: $8,584
A general preservation assessment of the Buley Library Special Collections and Archives, which include 13,000 rare volumes, 250 artists’ books from small and fine presses, and materials documenting the history of Southern Connecticut State University.
Corporation for Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, Forest, VA Award: $9,205
A general preservation assessment of the physical archival, archeological, and architectural collections of Poplar Forest, the retreat home and revenue-generating plantation of Thomas Jefferson.
County of Beltrami, Bemidji, MN - Award: $8,910
Training in preservation topics for the staff and volunteers of Beltrami County Historical Society, in response to needs identified in a recent preservation assessment. The in-person portion of the training would be free and open to other local stewards of cultural heritage.
Daytona State College, Inc., Daytona Beach, FL Award: $9,905
The purchase of environmental monitoring equipment for the Southeast Museum of Photography’s collection of nearly 6,000 photographs (dating from the 1800s to the present), 1,500 objects related to the photographic process, and 375 cameras.
Eastern Shoshone Tribe, Fort Washakie, WY Award: $10,000
A general preservation assessment of objects and documents in Eastern Shoshone’s Archives and Cultural Center, as well as training for staff and the purchase of data loggers.
EBT Foundation Inc., Rockhill Furnace, PA Award: $10,000
The purchase of environmental monitoring equipment and emergency preparedness supplies, as well as a hands-on disaster recovery workshop with local heritage organizations and a disaster plan writing workshop for East Broad Top (EBT) staff.
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Inc., Indianapolis, IN Award: $9,911
A condition survey of 67 contemporary artworks, including basketry, sculpture, metal, animal materials, plastics, and installation works, in order to direct future conservation treatments, storage decisions, and plans for exhibitions and loans.
Greenville Museum of Art, Incorporated, Greenville, NC Award: $4,399.91
The purchase of environmental monitoring, preservation, and emergency preparedness supplies, as well as a workshop on the recovery of wet artifacts for Greenville Museum of Art staff and the staff from other regional museums.
Good Will Home Association, Hinckley, MD Award: $6,949
Improvements to the storage spaces for humanities collections, including purchase of furniture and supplies, working with a contract conservator, and training staff of the L.C. Bates Museum and other local museums and students in safe and practical storage and exhibition methods.
Gunn Memorial Library, Washington, CT Award: $7,100.81
Hiring a consultant to develop a collections storage assessment, the first step toward a long-term goal of more effective storage, and provide training in care and handling for the organization’s volunteers. The library also would purchase preservation storage materials.
Hartford International University for Religion and Peace, Hartford, CT Award: $9,505
A preservation assessment of the Hartford International University Archives, as well as the purchase of environmental monitoring equipment and training on its use to protect archival collections.
Hollidaysburg Area Public Library, Hollidaysburg, PA Award: $6,400
A preservation needs assessment, which would provide a comprehensive overview of how the library can improve its preservation practices.
Inchelium Cultural Research Center, Inchelium, WA Award: $10,000
The purchase and installation of steel shelving and environmental data loggers, as well as collection housing supplies and a HEPA filter vacuum.
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD Award: $10,000
A risk assessment by an emergency preparedness consultant to inform the museum’s disaster plan. The consultant will also provide a series of five workshops on emergency preparedness, three targeted to the museum’s needs and two open to museum studies students and professionals from the wider museum community.
Judiciary Courts of the State of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN Award: $4,500
An item-level preservation assessment for rare books held by the law library and purchase of archival storage supplies for a collection of materials that document the history of the Indiana Supreme Court.
Kennard Alumni Association Inc., Centreville, MD Award: $10,000
A general preservation assessment of the Kennard African American History Museum’s Cultural Heritage Center, whose collections comprise documents and recorded histories, as well as a half-day workshop on preservation management and collections care.
Kentucky Wesleyan University, Owensboro, KY Award: $10,000
A preservation assessment and dataloggers for Kentucky Wesleyan College archives, as well as emergency preparedness training and registration with the dPlan-ArtsReady platform for cultural heritage organizations in the Owensboro-Daviess County area.
Lake County Forest Preserves District, Libertyville, IL Award: $3,019.46
The purchase of data loggers to be placed in gallery cases and storage areas of the Bess Bower Dunn Museum Collections in order to establish improved environmental monitoring.
Lower Cape Fear Historical Society, Inc., Wilmington, NC Award: $9,600
Contracting a certified archive consultant to assess the collection and current physical space of the Latimer House, home to the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society, for necessary improvements in preservation storage and environment.
Maine Maritime Museum, Bath, ME - Award: $10,000
An assessment of the preservation environments of collections spaces in the Maritime History Building, a four-level building that houses exhibition galleries, collections storage, and administrative space.
Mattress Factory Ltd., Pittsburgh, PA - Award: $10,000
A preservation assessment of 15,000 items including artwork, ephemera, periodicals, photographs, journals, films, books, and correspondence documenting the life and work of American artist Greer Lankton.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Award: $10,000
The purchase of storage furniture to house portions of the Michigan State University Department of Apparel, Textiles and Design teaching collection in museum-quality cabinetry.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Award: $9,982.98
Improvements to the storage of 6,500 excavated and catalogued objects by replacing shelving and implementing radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging technology for the digital tracking and retrieval of the collection.
Mission Peak Heritage Foundation, Fremont, CA Award: $5,110
Hiring a consultant to develop a short-form preservation assessment of the Shinn House and Museum collection, which would inform appropriate storage and other priorities, and a half-day workshop on preservation management and collection care basics for museum board and volunteers (it has no paid staff), as well as local historical organizations.
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD Award: $10,000
The purchase of custom enclosures to protect 536 rare books from the early modern period to the twentieth century on European and American theology, history, and literature.
National Blues Museum, St. Louis, MO - Award: $7,989
The purchase of preservation supplies to rehouse the museum’s collection of musical instruments, photographs, artifacts, textiles, and artworks documenting the history of American blues music.
Nevada State Library and Archives, Carson City, NV Award: $8,811
Hiring a preservation specialist to develop a general preservation assessment, which would support the organization’s goals of creating a long-term preservation action plan and updating policies and procedures for the first time in over a decade.
New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center, Inc., New Bedford, MA Award: $9,992.50
An initial preservation assessment of archival, object, and digital collections that document New Bedford’s commercial fishing community’s history and culture, as well as training for center staff and volunteers in best practices for processing collections.
New Orleans Video Access Center, New Orleans, LA Award: $10,000
The purchase of digital storage equipment to migrate a collection of over 5,000 video tapes of broadcast programming dating from the 1970s to the present chronicling the politics, arts, and culture of New Orleans and Louisiana.
Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI Award: $10,000
The installation of 1,400 square feet of window tint film to reduce visible light levels in the museum’s promenade wing, which opened in 2018 as a gallery space for light-sensitive objects such as photographs, works on paper, and organic materials.
Pequot Library Associates, Inc., Southport, CT Award: $10,000
The purchase of preservation supplies, including environmental monitoring equipment, for the library’s special collections, and a training workshop for the library’s staff and volunteers.
Plimoth Plantation, Inc., Plymouth, MA Award: $3,642.46
The purchase of a digital, automatic monitoring system to record consecutive temperatures and relative humidity.
Rhode Island College, Providence, RI - Award: $9,991
A preservation assessment of digitized and born-digital materials relating to the history of Rhode Island College and the state, including digitized audio recordings of oral history interviews with members of African American and immigrant communities in Rhode Island.
Seward House Museum, Auburn, NY - Award: $6,488.63
The purchase and installation of storage furniture and supplies for the nursery collection of the Seward House Museum.
Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia, PA - Award: $10,000
An assessment of the collection, the creation of a preservation strategy, and implementation of the first steps in that strategy, including purchasing equipment and creating workflows for preservation.
SUNY Research Foundation, Binghamton, Binghamton, NY Award: $9,971
A preservation assessment for the Binghamton University Art Museum’s collection of over 4,400 objects, including works by Henry Moore, Benjamin West, Thomas Hart Benton, Milton Avery, and Philip Guston.
Town of La Veta, La Veta, CO - Award: $7,000
Hiring a consultant to conduct a preservation risk assessment and train staff in emergency preparedness, toward the goal of developing an emergency plan for the Francisco Fort Museum, which is located in an area prone to wildfires and severe flooding.
Trustees of Amherst College, Amherst, MA Award: $9,992
A preservation needs assessment and purchase of supplies to rehouse and store archival materials and rare books.
University of Houston, Clear Lake, Houston, TX Award: $9,265
A general preservation assessment and emergency response training for the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL) Archives and Special Collections department, which houses the university’s institutional archives as well as local history collections and materials relating to the nearby NASA Johnson Space Center and the field of human space flight.
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY Award: $10,000
The purchase of environmental monitoring equipment and a consultation guiding the Kentucky Geological Survey staff in the equipment’s use, helping to preserve one million items related to the state’s environmental and mining history.
University of Minnesota, Morris, Morris, MN Award: $8,431
A general preservation assessment of the University of Minnesota, Morris Archives and Special Collections, which include materials on the history of the university and two previous Native American boarding schools located on the campus, documentation of local and regional history, as well as a collection of medieval manuscript leaves and facsimiles.
University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV - Award: $10,000
The completion of a preservation assessment and the creation of a conservation plan for collections stored in the main facilities of the Anthropology Research Museum and its basket storage vault.
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM Award: $9,915.10
The purchase of archivally sound custom storage boxes to house the human skeletal remains of 330 individuals in the Documented Skeletal Collection, replacing the current undersized and outdated storage system. The collection comprises donations derived from and arranged by the individuals before death, by family members, or by the Office of the Medical Investigator.
University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Wilmington, NC Award: $10,000
The purchase of preservation supplies to rehouse bound volumes in poor condition held in the Library’s Special Collections.
University of North Texas, Denton, TX - Award: $9,994
A general preservation assessment of the Texas Fashion Collection, education and training for staff and students in preservation techniques by a textile conservator, and the purchase of archival supplies for the recommended housing and storage plan.
Wagner College, Staten Island, NY - Award: $10,000
A general preservation assessment and the purchase of environmental monitoring equipment to support the long-term care of Wagner College’s archives and special collections, which include materials on the history of the college from its founding in 1883, the personal papers of American poet Charles Edwin Anson Markham (1852–1940), and research materials and artifacts collected through the Wagner College Holocaust Center.
Walsh University, North Canton, OH - Award: $9,350
The installation of a data logger system to monitor the environment of three buildings that house the center’s permanent collections as well as the implementation of training and education on collection care and environmental conditions.
Willa Cather Foundation, Red Cloud, NE - Award: $10,000
The purchase of a high-density art rack storage system and mobile ladder for storing archival and artifact collections documenting the life and work of author Willa Cather (1873–1947).
Woman’s Exchange, New Orleans, LA - Award: $10,000
A collection storage reorganization project supported by consultant-led planning and training.
Worcester Historical Museum, Worcester, MA Award: $7,900
A general preservation assessment of a collection focused on Worcester history; workshops for staff on temperature, relative humidity, light level readings, and pest monitoring in collections spaces; and the purchase of supplies, including additional data loggers, sticky traps, and light meters.
SUSTAINING CULTURAL HERITAGE COLLECTIONS
Augustana College, Rock Island, IL - Award: $49,998
Developing sustainable preservation strategies for the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center’s library and archival collections through an assessment of the environmental conditions, mechanical systems, and building envelope of Denkmann Hall.
Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI - Award: $50,000
A plan for the design and permitting of a new cooling system to replace existing window AC units in the museum’s Paki building and to undertake a hazardous materials (HAZMAT) assessment for future project development.
Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, Buffalo, NY Award: $50,000
A planning project to develop the schematics for retrofitting a current storage space, where the museum plans to relocate its library and archives collections.
Center for Jewish History, New York, NY Award: $350,000
An Implementation II project to reconstruct the Center for Jewish History’s collection storage building to improve preservation of irreplaceable collections and reduce energy costs and carbon emissions.
City of High Point, North Carolina, High Point, NC Award: $349,247.54
Replacement of the High Point Museum’s aging HVAC system, which would protect collections while creating new opportunities to sustainably operate the system and reduce energy consumption levels.
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Inc., Indianapolis, IN Award: $41,380
The development of a storage space renovation plan for collections currently held in spaces not designed for long-term preservation of collections, to provide room for the collection to grow and continue to account for the cultural requirements of customary Native American Art and cultural items.
Everson Museum of Art of Syracuse and Onondaga County, Syracuse, NY Award: $100,000
Renovation of the galleries’ concrete ceilings as well as upgrades to lighting, wiring, and insulation to reduce energy consumption and UV light exposure to collections.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM Award: $87,035
The relocation of Georgia O’Keeffe’s personal library materials from the original location in the artist’s home and studio to new compact shelving in the Michael S. Engl Family Foundation Library and Archive at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, a more secure, and climate-controlled facility.
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc., Atlanta, GA Award: $344,315
The installation of a large walk-in freezer and high-efficiency HVAC system as part of a larger project to convert a former bank archive into storage space for the university’s photographic and film collections, which include more than eight million photographs from Atlanta’s daily newspaper, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
Indiana Medical History Museum, Inc., Indianapolis, IN Award: $184,679.10
Improvement of storage and environmental conditions for the Indiana Medical History Museum visual collections by adding insulation under the roof deck, installing blackout window shades, renovating water damaged walls and ceiling, and updating physical storage.
Mill at Anselma Preservation, Chester Springs, PA Award: $20,480
A planning project to connect a public water supply to the fire suppression system in an eighteenth-century grist mill, protecting the wooden structure, equipment, and collections from fire.
National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation, Inc., New York, NY - Award: $49,513.40
A planning project to investigate a sustainable water collection system to remove water accumulating in a basin along the Slurry Wall.
Oneida Indian Nation, Oneida, NY - Award: $350,000
A multifaceted project to improve environmental conditions, energy efficiency, and security for the archives room of the Oneida Indian Nation and its associated tribal collections.
Otterbein University, Westerville, OH - Award: $50,000
Space and storage planning for Otterbein University’s archives, which contain both school and local history records related to the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.
Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia, PA Award: $331,725.86
A project to install new light fixtures, automate lighting systems, and regulate natural light in the period rooms and two galleries of the Rosenbach Museum and Library.
Shaker Heritage Society, Albany, NY - Award: $98,273
Sustainable improvements to the building’s envelope and HVAC system in the Meeting House at Watervliet Shaker National Historic District, the site’s primary storage location for its collections.
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM Award: $349,999.15
The final phase of a multi-year project to rehouse archaeological and ethnographic collections in a climate-controlled and more accessible environment.
NATIONAL DIGITAL NEWSPAPER PROGRAM
Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, AR - Award: $324,095
Digitization of 100,000 to 110,000 pages of Arkansas newspapers published from 1819 to the mid 1930s, with a focus on the Arkansas Gazette and on the evolving relationship between the economy and the environment.
Boston Public Library Foundation, Inc., Boston, MA Award: $152,802.67
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Massachusetts newspapers published prior to 1963, as part of the state’s continuing participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). This phase would continue to focus on papers of record in the state, as well as eighteenth-century newspapers.
Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT - Award: $259,644
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Connecticut newspapers published prior to 1963, as part of the state’s continuing participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). This phase would focus on papers from the early nineteenth century, a Polish newspaper, and papers covering Hartford during the 1940s and ’50s.
Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH - Award: $319,511
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Ohio newspapers published prior to 1963, as part of the state’s sixth round of participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). This phase would focus on three themes: community building, democracy, and transportation.
Providence Public Library, Providence, RI Award: $285,979
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Rhode Island newspapers published before 1923, as part of the state’s participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA Award: $321,382
Digitization of a collection of mid-twentieth century African American newspapers from Los Angeles and the Bay Area, as part of the state’s participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL - Award: $275,743
The digitization of 100,000 historical and multilingual newspapers from diverse ethnic and religious groups, as well as geographic locations in Florida for participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
University of Georgia, Athens, GA - Award: $302,070
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Georgia newspapers published prior to 1963, as part of the state’s continuing participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). This phase would focus on papers published during the Jim Crow and early civil rights eras.
University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, KY Award: $322,526
The digitization of 100,000 pages of historical Kentucky newspapers with a focus on African American, emancipationist, Civil War-era, and German-language papers, which would resume the University of Kentucky Libraries’ participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD Award: $322,532
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Maryland newspapers, published prior to 1963, as part of the state’s continuing participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). This phase would focus on papers from the colonial period and early nineteenth century, the Jewish Times, and titles covering Prince George’s County in the 1940s and ’50s.
University of North Texas, Denton, TX - Award: $203,140
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Texas newspapers dating from 1908 to 1945, as part of the state’s participation in the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY - Award: $263,100
Digitization of 100,000 pages of Wyoming’s microfilmed newspapers as part of the state’s continuing participation in the National Digital Newspaper Project.
CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
Appalshop, Inc., Whitesburg, KY - Award: $150,000
The documentation and preservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage resources about Black and African American Appalachians.
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Durant, OK Award: $149,999
Conducting 15 oral histories by engaging 30 first-language speakers of the endangered Oklahoma variety of Choctaw. The oral histories, their transcriptions, and English translations would be made available online and would describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on community resilience and cultural heritage loss.
Detroit Historical Society, Detroit, MI - Award: $75,000
The gathering of 100 oral histories documenting the impact of COVID-19 and climate change within Detroit communities.
Harrison County Library System, Gulfport, MS Award: $48,066
The collection of oral histories and scanning of materials from six at-risk communities in Harrison County, Mississippi, located on the Gulf Coast.
Latinos in Heritage Conservation, Tucson, AZ Award: $150,000
Planning to develop the Abuelas Project, which would identify, collect, and share stories about historic places or sites within Latinx communities nationwide.
Museum at Bethel Woods, Bethel, NY - Award: $132,760
The collection of 120 long-form videotaped oral histories of identified disadvantaged communities in New York, including BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and community members over 65 about their life events and living through the COVID-19 pandemic. The Museum at Bethel Woods and the American LGBTQ+ Museum would accession the oral histories into their collections.
Regents of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Award: $149,923
A participatory, community-based study to document and preserve Indigenous reproductive health practices of the Dakhóta and CHamoru.
San Jose State University Research Foundation, San Jose, CA Award: $150,000
Documenting first- and second-generation Afghan American and recent Afghan refugee communities in the U.S. The collaborative project would record cultural resiliency and experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic through oral history interviews, digital storytelling, and participatory archiving events.
South Asian American Digital Archive, Philadelphia, PA Award: $150,000
The collection of fifty oral history interviews, a full-time oral history storyteller-in-residence program, and the creation of a digital exhibit, social media, and website content. The project would document South Asian American healthcare workers’ experiences of being employed on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York, New York, NY Award: $150,000
The training of five history keepers and five apprentices to conduct oral histories, facilitate community archiving, and produce public programming documenting the South Bronx neighborhood Mott Haven.
University of Puerto Rico, Cayey University College, Cayey, PR Award: $149,962.25
A project to record 22 oral histories with three community-based organizations to explore community response and resilience after hurricanes and other climate-related disasters in Puerto Rico.
COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS
National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition, Minneapolis, MN Award: $500,000
Continued survey work and prioritization of primary sources documenting the history of Indian boarding schools in the U.S.; digitization and description of 120,000 pages of federal boarding school records held by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); and collaboration among source communities, the National Indian Boarding School Digital Archive (NIBSDA) Data Aggregation Working Group, the Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC) cooperative, and federal partners.
DYNAMIC LANGUAGE INFRASTRUCTURE – DOCUMENTING ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - PRESERVATION
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Scottsdale, AZ Award: $78,148
Workshops and practica on best practices in linguistic field methods at the Institute on Collaborative Language Research, which would be held in June 2024 at Arizona State University and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA - Award: $442,752
The creation of accessible online language tools for understanding and teaching Navajo grammar, developed over the course of three summers at the Navajo Language Academy (Diné Bizaad Naalkaah) field school.