Jacobs Research Funds

Morse Research Library

THE MORSE RESOURCE ART AND HISTORY LIBRARY, located on the second floor of the Lightcatcher building, will soon be available by appointment to members and serious researchers in the community. Stay tuned for details.

             

Morse Library with Gayle Helgoe credit Rifka MacDonald

Docent Gayle Helgoe in the Library
Photographed by Rifka MacDonald

THIS GRANT PROGRAM supports anthropological research (socio-cultural or linguistic in content) on the indigenous peoples of Canada, Mexico, and mainland United States, including Alaska, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.

Grants are given for work on problems in: language, social organization, political organization, religion, mythology, music, other arts, psychology and folk science. To apply for a Jacobs Research Fund Grant, complete the Application Form. Application forms and further information can be found at www.jacobsgrants.org. Deadline for receipt of proposals is February 15.

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Research Associate, Melville Jacobs, and Annie Peterson (Coos Tribe)
with recording equipment.
Charleston, Oregon, 1934

Gift of William R. Seaburg, Whatcom Museum 1998.41.7

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