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Collection Overview

Title: Bea Wehrly Collection, 1980-1993

ID: SEA/SEA/001

Primary Creator: Wehrly, Bea

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Date Acquired: 06/29/1999

Subjects: Southeast Asia

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Bea Wehrly Collection consists numerous journal articles, mailings from D.C. offices addressing the refugee situation, as well as research reports from Minneapolis, San Diego, and Philadelphia and a copy of Dr. Wehrly's study of Indochinese students in Illinois schools.

Biographical Note

Dr. Bea Wehrly was a professor of counceling education at Western Illinois University.  Her primary intrest was the resetlement of Indochinese refugees.

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Southeast Asia

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Repository: Northern Illinois University

Acquisition Source: Bea Wehrly


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Series I: Bea Wehrly Papers
Box 1
Folder 1: Copy of Indochinese Refugees in Schools in the United States of America Challenges and Opportunities for Counselors, by Bea Wehrly, published by the International Journal of Counseling.
Folder 2: Issues 2-9 (1991-1993) of Impact a quarterly periodical published by Community and Family Services International.
Folder 3: Select issues of The Bridge, published by the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (December 1985-March/April 1999)
Folder 4
Item 1: Correspondences between Dr. Wehrly and various people from the Indochina Resource Action Center.
Item 2: Information about various programs such as:  Catholic Social Services of Phoenix, The Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network, BAADTeens, Indochinese Mutual Assistance Association, Vietnamese.
Folder 5
Item 1: In America: Perspectives on Refugee Resettlement published by the Refugee Service Center. No. 1-3 & 5-10 (November 1988-February 1991).
Item 2: Information from the Center for Applied Linguistics about ERIC Clearinghouse for Language and Linguistics, National Clearinghouse on Literacy Education and National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education.
Folder 6: The Assimilation and Acculturation of Indo Chinese children into American Culture by Arthur A. Ellis.
Folder 7: Hopkins Symptom Checklist-Indochinese
Folder 8: A copy of The Assimilation and Acculturation of Indochinese Refugees into Illinois Schools, by Bea Wehrly and William Nelson.
Folder 9: "A Study of Southeast Asian Refugee Youth in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota."  February 1988.
Folder 10
Item 1: Information about PASS (Preparation for American Secondary Schools) including a program description, an Interim Report on Secondary ESL Teacher Survey, copies of articles from Passage about the PASS Program and a Final Report of the PASS Tracking Study.
Item 2: Correspondences between Dr. Wehrly and Margo Pfleger from the Center for Applied Linguistics.
Box 2
Folder 1: Philadelphia:  Southeast Asian Youth Report
Folder 2: San Diego Report on Southeast  Asian Refugee Youth entitled, The Adoption of Southeast Asian Refugee Youth: A Comparative Study.
Folder 3: Various articles from newspapers and journals on topics including: mental health of  refugees,  cultural diversity,  medical care for refugees, refugee children and youth in schools, adaptation problems of Vietnamese refugees,  problems of resettlement of refugees in the U.S.  Included also are various reviews of the film

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