Here at the Central Upper Peninsula and NMU archives we’re excited to share that our Arrangement and Description Specialist, Glenda Ward, has had another article published. Her first article, “Mamie,” published back in 2011 in NMU’s The Lightkeeper, is a creative short story about her grandmother and the way she remembers her. It has great details and keeps the reader hooked until the end.
Her new article, “Passion on the Bay”, was recently published in the Anishinaabe News. This article takes readers through her day on the NAS 310 Field Trip to the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Natural Resource Division (KBNRD) in L’Anse.
Glenda is working on an Individually Created Program in Native American Studies with a minor in Public History and she “believes that there can never be change unless we recognize what happened in the past.”
Although Glenda hasn’t been with the Archives long, we are proud to call her part of the Archives family. Her first article can be found at http://nmulightkeeper.com/2011/10/23/mamie/ and her recent article at http://www.nmu.edu/nativeamericanstudies/sites/DrupalNativeAmericanStudies/f
iles/UserFiles/W13_NN_May_Vol8_Iss4_FINAL.pdf. Great work Glenda!
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