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The Resource American nations : encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present, edited by Frederick E. Hoxie, Peter C. Mancall, and James H. Merrell

American nations : encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present, edited by Frederick E. Hoxie, Peter C. Mancall, and James H. Merrell

Label
American nations : encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present
Title
American nations
Title remainder
encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present
Statement of responsibility
edited by Frederick E. Hoxie, Peter C. Mancall, and James H. Merrell
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
970.004/97
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
E77.2
LC item number
.A476 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1947-
  • 1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hoxie, Frederick E.
  • Mancall, Peter C
  • Merrell, James Hart
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians, Treatment of
Label
American nations : encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present, edited by Frederick E. Hoxie, Peter C. Mancall, and James H. Merrell
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 501-504) and index
Contents
  • Naalyéhé Bá-Hoogan-"house of merchandise": the Navajo trading post as an institution of cultural change, 1900-1930
  • Robert S. McPherson
  • The birth of the reservation: making the modern individual among the Lakota
  • Thomas Biolsi
  • "Right in the midst of my own people": Native American women and the field matron program
  • Lisa E. Emmerich
  • "If we get the girls, we get the race": missionary education of Native American girls"
  • Carol Devens
  • Making savages of us all: white women, Pueblo Indians, and the controversy over Indian dances in the 1920s
  • Margaret D. Jacobs
  • The Navajo at Bosque Redondo: cooperation, resistance, and initiative, 1864-1868
  • Reservation leadership and the progressive-traditional dichotomy: William Wash and the Northern Utes, 1865-1928
  • David Rich Lewis
  • Red Lilac of the Cayugas; traditional Indian law and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Bufflo, New York, 1930
  • Sidney L. Harring
  • Shamanism and Christianity: modern Tlingit elders look at the past
  • Sergei Kan
  • Exploring a cultural borderland: Native American journeys of discovery in the early twentieth century
  • Frederick E. Hoxie
  • The tribal reorganization of the Stockbridge-Munsee: essential conditions in the re-creation of a Native American community, 1930-1942
  • John C. Savagian -- tJim Crow in Alaska: the passage of the Alaska Equal Rights Act of 1945
  • Katherine M.B. Osburn
  • Terrence M. Cole
  • American Indian ethnic renewal: politics and the resurgence of identity
  • Joane Nagel
  • "We don't want your rations, we want this dance": the changing use of song and dance on the southern plains
  • Clyde Ellis
  • The bloody wake of Alcatraz: political repression of the American Indian Movement during the 1970s
  • Ward Churchill
  • Riding the paper tiger
  • Robert L. Bee
  • "Our lives have been transmuted, changed forever"
  • Crazy Horse and the end of the Great Sioux War
  • Fergus M. Bordewich
  • Research, redskins, and reality
  • Vine Deloria, Jr.
  • Gaming and recent American Indian economic development
  • Joseph G. Jorgensen
  • Native Americans in America: a theoretical and historical overview
  • Peter d'Errico
  • Kingsley M. Bray
  • "I see what I have done": the life and murder trial of Xwelas, a S'Klallam woman
  • Coll-Peter Thrush and Robert H. Keller, Jr.
  • Signatures and thumbprints: ethnicity among the White Earth Anishinaabeg, 1889-1920
  • Melissa L. Meyer
  • Naalyéhé Bá-Hoogan-"house of merchandise": the Navajo trading post as an institution of cultural change, 1900-1930
  • Robert S. McPherson
  • The birth of the reservation: making the modern individual among the Lakota
  • Thomas Biolsi
  • "Right in the midst of my own people": Native American women and the field matron program
  • Lisa E. Emmerich
  • "If we get the girls, we get the race": missionary education of Native American girls"
  • Carol Devens
  • Making savages of us all: white women, Pueblo Indians, and the controversy over Indian dances in the 1920s
  • Margaret D. Jacobs
  • The Navajo at Bosque Redondo: cooperation, resistance, and initiative, 1864-1868
  • Reservation leadership and the progressive-traditional dichotomy: William Wash and the Northern Utes, 1865-1928
  • David Rich Lewis
  • Red Lilac of the Cayugas; traditional Indian law and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Bufflo, New York, 1930
  • Sidney L. Harring
  • Shamanism and Christianity: modern Tlingit elders look at the past
  • Sergei Kan
  • Exploring a cultural borderland: Native American journeys of discovery in the early twentieth century
  • Frederick E. Hoxie
  • The tribal reorganization of the Stockbridge-Munsee: essential conditions in the re-creation of a Native American community, 1930-1942
  • John C. Savagian -- tJim Crow in Alaska: the passage of the Alaska Equal Rights Act of 1945
  • Katherine M.B. Osburn
  • Terrence M. Cole
  • American Indian ethnic renewal: politics and the resurgence of identity
  • Joane Nagel
  • "We don't want your rations, we want this dance": the changing use of song and dance on the southern plains
  • Clyde Ellis
  • The bloody wake of Alcatraz: political repression of the American Indian Movement during the 1970s
  • Ward Churchill
  • Riding the paper tiger
  • Robert L. Bee
  • "Our lives have been transmuted, changed forever"
  • Crazy Horse and the end of the Great Sioux War
  • Fergus M. Bordewich
  • Research, redskins, and reality
  • Vine Deloria, Jr.
  • Gaming and recent American Indian economic development
  • Joseph G. Jorgensen
  • Native Americans in America: a theoretical and historical overview
  • Peter d'Errico
  • Kingsley M. Bray
  • "I see what I have done": the life and murder trial of Xwelas, a S'Klallam woman
  • Coll-Peter Thrush and Robert H. Keller, Jr.
  • Signatures and thumbprints: ethnicity among the White Earth Anishinaabeg, 1889-1920
  • Melissa L. Meyer
Control code
ocm45500066
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xviii, 519 p.
Isbn
9780415927499
Lccn
00068420
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
American nations : encounters in Indian country, 1850 to the present, edited by Frederick E. Hoxie, Peter C. Mancall, and James H. Merrell
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 501-504) and index
Contents
  • Naalyéhé Bá-Hoogan-"house of merchandise": the Navajo trading post as an institution of cultural change, 1900-1930
  • Robert S. McPherson
  • The birth of the reservation: making the modern individual among the Lakota
  • Thomas Biolsi
  • "Right in the midst of my own people": Native American women and the field matron program
  • Lisa E. Emmerich
  • "If we get the girls, we get the race": missionary education of Native American girls"
  • Carol Devens
  • Making savages of us all: white women, Pueblo Indians, and the controversy over Indian dances in the 1920s
  • Margaret D. Jacobs
  • The Navajo at Bosque Redondo: cooperation, resistance, and initiative, 1864-1868
  • Reservation leadership and the progressive-traditional dichotomy: William Wash and the Northern Utes, 1865-1928
  • David Rich Lewis
  • Red Lilac of the Cayugas; traditional Indian law and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Bufflo, New York, 1930
  • Sidney L. Harring
  • Shamanism and Christianity: modern Tlingit elders look at the past
  • Sergei Kan
  • Exploring a cultural borderland: Native American journeys of discovery in the early twentieth century
  • Frederick E. Hoxie
  • The tribal reorganization of the Stockbridge-Munsee: essential conditions in the re-creation of a Native American community, 1930-1942
  • John C. Savagian -- tJim Crow in Alaska: the passage of the Alaska Equal Rights Act of 1945
  • Katherine M.B. Osburn
  • Terrence M. Cole
  • American Indian ethnic renewal: politics and the resurgence of identity
  • Joane Nagel
  • "We don't want your rations, we want this dance": the changing use of song and dance on the southern plains
  • Clyde Ellis
  • The bloody wake of Alcatraz: political repression of the American Indian Movement during the 1970s
  • Ward Churchill
  • Riding the paper tiger
  • Robert L. Bee
  • "Our lives have been transmuted, changed forever"
  • Crazy Horse and the end of the Great Sioux War
  • Fergus M. Bordewich
  • Research, redskins, and reality
  • Vine Deloria, Jr.
  • Gaming and recent American Indian economic development
  • Joseph G. Jorgensen
  • Native Americans in America: a theoretical and historical overview
  • Peter d'Errico
  • Kingsley M. Bray
  • "I see what I have done": the life and murder trial of Xwelas, a S'Klallam woman
  • Coll-Peter Thrush and Robert H. Keller, Jr.
  • Signatures and thumbprints: ethnicity among the White Earth Anishinaabeg, 1889-1920
  • Melissa L. Meyer
  • Naalyéhé Bá-Hoogan-"house of merchandise": the Navajo trading post as an institution of cultural change, 1900-1930
  • Robert S. McPherson
  • The birth of the reservation: making the modern individual among the Lakota
  • Thomas Biolsi
  • "Right in the midst of my own people": Native American women and the field matron program
  • Lisa E. Emmerich
  • "If we get the girls, we get the race": missionary education of Native American girls"
  • Carol Devens
  • Making savages of us all: white women, Pueblo Indians, and the controversy over Indian dances in the 1920s
  • Margaret D. Jacobs
  • The Navajo at Bosque Redondo: cooperation, resistance, and initiative, 1864-1868
  • Reservation leadership and the progressive-traditional dichotomy: William Wash and the Northern Utes, 1865-1928
  • David Rich Lewis
  • Red Lilac of the Cayugas; traditional Indian law and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Bufflo, New York, 1930
  • Sidney L. Harring
  • Shamanism and Christianity: modern Tlingit elders look at the past
  • Sergei Kan
  • Exploring a cultural borderland: Native American journeys of discovery in the early twentieth century
  • Frederick E. Hoxie
  • The tribal reorganization of the Stockbridge-Munsee: essential conditions in the re-creation of a Native American community, 1930-1942
  • John C. Savagian -- tJim Crow in Alaska: the passage of the Alaska Equal Rights Act of 1945
  • Katherine M.B. Osburn
  • Terrence M. Cole
  • American Indian ethnic renewal: politics and the resurgence of identity
  • Joane Nagel
  • "We don't want your rations, we want this dance": the changing use of song and dance on the southern plains
  • Clyde Ellis
  • The bloody wake of Alcatraz: political repression of the American Indian Movement during the 1970s
  • Ward Churchill
  • Riding the paper tiger
  • Robert L. Bee
  • "Our lives have been transmuted, changed forever"
  • Crazy Horse and the end of the Great Sioux War
  • Fergus M. Bordewich
  • Research, redskins, and reality
  • Vine Deloria, Jr.
  • Gaming and recent American Indian economic development
  • Joseph G. Jorgensen
  • Native Americans in America: a theoretical and historical overview
  • Peter d'Errico
  • Kingsley M. Bray
  • "I see what I have done": the life and murder trial of Xwelas, a S'Klallam woman
  • Coll-Peter Thrush and Robert H. Keller, Jr.
  • Signatures and thumbprints: ethnicity among the White Earth Anishinaabeg, 1889-1920
  • Melissa L. Meyer
Control code
ocm45500066
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xviii, 519 p.
Isbn
9780415927499
Lccn
00068420
Other physical details
ill., maps

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