Albert H. Schroeder (1914-1993) oversaw the Salt River Valley Stratigraphic Survey, a WPA project for which he trained the
crew and which recorded 104 sites. He served in the army during World War II and following the war was hired as an archaeologist
by the National Park Service. When he retired 30 years later, he was Chief of the Park Service's Division of Interpretation
in the Southwest Regional Office in Santa Fe. In addition to his archaeological work, he was an expert on Spanish Colonial
and American Territorial documents, and served as an expert witness on the subject for the Department of Justice. This collection
consists of unedited manuscripts for
A Study of the Apache Indians, written by Schroeder and published by Garland Press, 1974. The parts included in this collection are of Parts I, III, and
V and were created circa 1960 to 1964.
Albert H. Schroeder, 1914-1993
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