Lindsey Willow Smith is a third year undergraduate at the University of Michigan majoring in History and minoring in Museum Studies. She is an enrolled member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians (also known as Ojibwe). She began research about American Indians as a University of Michigan Research Opportunity Program research assistant fall semester of her freshman year. She is currently working in two sections of Sociological Studies of American Indians: Data and Methods; and Schools, School Attainment, and Literacy. She is also co-interpretive and creative lead of the online exhibit at the William L. Clements Library of the University of Michigan: “No, not even for a picture”: Re-examining the Native Midwest and Tribes’ Relations to the History of Photography. Ms. Smith is also currently working on her honors thesis in History.