Archival spaces act as collective memory, and the need to preserve and protect those spaces is critical for understanding historical events. To illustrate the idea of archival space as a space of memory, this article looks at the Seneca Nation Settlement Act, which is more fully understood through the use and interpretation of archival materials.
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Protecting Our Spaces of Memory: Rediscovering the Seneca Nation Settlement Act Through Archives,
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.buffalo.edu/law_librarian_articles/52