Projects Available to the Public

SourceNotes can be used for private or public research. The following projects have chosen to make the results of their research available publicly.

     Intro to the Miami Tribe
     Total Notes: 391
In the spring of 2019, Dr. Cameron Shriver’s “Intro to the Miami Tribe” students researched the records of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the Michigan District (which included the Miami Tribe in northern Indiana) and files of the Office of Indian Affairs related to Miami Removal to west of the Mississippi River in 1846.

     Digitizing Daniel Boone
     Total Notes: 4885
This project makes available the research notes collected by John Mack Faragher for his book Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer (1992).

     MU Students from the South
     Total Notes: 7010
This searchable database compiles the names of every student for whom there is a published record of attendance at Miami University for the years 1824 to 1864. Students are identified by name, including variant spellings; hometown; home state; and activities on campus when listed. This project uses unpublished and non-digitized materials in the Miami University Archives, housed in the Special Collections and Archives division of the MU Libraries.