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Native American Voices : A Reader,9780321011312

Native American Voices : A Reader

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9780321011312

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0321011317
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Pub. Date:
12/1/1997
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Prentice Hall
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Table of Contents

Preface ix(4)
Foreword xiii
Jose Barreiro
1 PEOPLES AND NATIONS: FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE ANCESTORS
1(54)
Hearing the Song 2(7)
William Stafford
1 THE AMERICAN INDIANS
9(9)
Edward H. Spicer
Map of Native Peoples and Nations in Central and North America
18(1)
Map of Native Peoples and Nations in South America
19(1)
2 INDIANS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA: CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO
20(6)
Julian Burger
3 THE CANDIAN NATIVES
26(2)
Anthony Long
Katherine Beaty Chiste
4 BASIC CONCEPTS FOR UNDERSTANDING NATIVE HISTORY AND CULTURE
28(13)
Jack D. Forbes
Native American Statistics--United States
38(3)
5 TO THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU, NATIVE AMERICANS ARE PRACTICALLY INVISIBLE
41(5)
John Anner
6 ETHNIC FRAUD, NATIVE PEOPLES, AND HIGHER EDUCATION
46(9)
D. Michael Pavel (Skokomish)
Timothy Sanchez (Jemez San Felipe Pueblo)
Amber Machamer (Chumash)
2 THE HIDDEN HERITAGE
55(57)
Secrets from the Center of the World 56(4)
Jay Harjo
1 MIS MISA: THE POWER WITHIN AKOO-YET THAT PROTECTS THE WORLD
60(8)
Darryl Wilson
2 THE MOUND BUILDERS
68(3)
Carl Waldman
Map of the Temple Mound Builders
71(1)
3 PERCEPTIONS OF AMERICA'S NATIVE DEMOCRACIES: THE SOCIETIES COLONIAL AMERICANS OBSERVED
72(11)
Donald A. Grinde, Jr.
Bruce E. Johansen
4 ONE MORE SMILE FOR A HOPI CLOWN
83(3)
Emory Sekaquaptewa
5 LATIN AMERICA'S INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: CHANGING IDENTITIES AND FORMS OF RESISTANCE
86(14)
Michael Kearney
Stefano Varese
6 MEXICO: THE CRISIS OF IDENTITY
100(12)
Alexander Ewen
3 THE AMERICAN INDIAN STORY (HISTORY)
112(59)
Five Hundred Years Dwelling among Savages 113(7)
Darryl Babe Wilson
1 THE BLACK HILLS: THE SACRED LAND OF THE LAKOTA AND TSISTSISTAS
120(2)
Mario Gonzalez
Map of Land Areas Claimed by the Lakota in the Indian Claims Commission
122(7)
2 THE REDISCOVERY OF HAWAIIAN SOVEREIGNTY
129(12)
Poka Laenui
3 THE SWORD AND THE CROSS: THE MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA
141(13)
Jeannette Henry Costo
The Crime of Genocide: A United Nations Convention Aimed at Preventing Destruction of Groups and at Punishing Those Responsible
152(2)
4 THE BIA RELOCATION PROGRAM
154(4)
Ray Moisa
5 DIRECTIONS IN PEOPLE'S MOVEMENTS
158(13)
John Mohawk
The 20-Point Program
166(5)
4 "THE ONLY GOOD INDIAN...": RACISM, STEREOTYPES, AND DISCRIMINATION
171(44)
Columbus Day 172(6)
Jimmie Durham
1 INVENTING THE AMERICAN INDIAN
178(4)
Bernard L. Fontana
2 THE POCAHONTAS PERPLEX: THE IMAGE OF INDIAN WOMEN IN AMERICAN CULTURE
182(13)
Rayna Green
Why One Can't Ignore "Pocahontas"
193(2)
Cornel Pewewardy
3 LINGERING SHADOWS (MOVIE STEREOTYPES)
195(11)
Raymond William Stedman
Indian-named Mascots: An Assault on Self-Esteem
204(2)
Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji)
4 RENEGADES, TERRORISTS, AND REVOLUTIONARIES: THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPAGANDA WAR AGAINST THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT
206(9)
Ward Churchill
Free Leonard Peltier
211(4)
Steve Talbot
5 ALL MY RELATIONS: FAMILY AND EDUCATION
215(50)
Indian Education Blues 216(5)
Ed Edmo
1 ASGAYA-DIHI
221(7)
Wilma Mankiller
Michael Wallis
2 AKIAK AND THE YUPIIT NATION
228(7)
A. Oscar Kawagley
3 THE SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE HAS AWAKENED AND IS ENJOYING CREATION THROUGH US: AN INTERVIEW WITH JEANETTE ARMSTRONG, OKANAGAN
235(6)
Dagmar Thorpe
Reservation Schools Fail to Assimilate All Students
239(2)
Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji)
4 CIVILIZE THEM WITH A STICK
241(7)
Mary Crow Dog
Richard Erdoes
5 URBAN AMERICAN INDIAN PRESCHOOL
248(5)
Susan Lobo
Survival Schools: The Mohawks in Montreal
252(1)
6 TRIBAL COLLEGES: A STUDY OF SURVIVAL The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
253(2)
Map of Tribal Colleges
255(10)
6 SPIRITUALITY
265(44)
Missionaries 266(5)
Floyd Red Crow Westerman
Jimmy Curtiss
1 ALONE ON THE HILLTOP
271(3)
John (Fire) Lame Deer
Richard Erdoes
2 MY WORLD IS A GIFT OF MY TEACHERS
274(5)
Frank R. LaPena
3 DISCRIMINATION AND NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS RIGHTS
279(5)
Senator Daniel K. Inouye
Indians Are Not Specimens--Indians Are People
283(1)
4 BATTLING FOR SOULS: ORGANIZING THE RETURN OF THE SACRED TEXTILES TO THE COMMUNITY OF COROMA, BOLIVIA
284(12)
Victoria Bomberry
Zuni Repatriation of War Gods
295(1)
Roger Anyon
5 THE GREAT PRETENDERS: FURTHER REFLECTIONS ON WHITESHAMANISM
296(13)
Wendy Rose
7 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ECONOMY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
309(56)
It Was That Indian 310(6)
Simon J. Ortiz
1 INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES: A NORTH AMERICAN PRIMER
316(17)
Winona LaDuke
2 NATIVE AMERICAN LABOR AND PUBLIC POLICY IN THE UNITED STATES
333(8)
Alice Littlefield
3 THE DEALER'S EDGE: GAMING IN THE PATH OF NATIVE AMERICA
341(9)
Tim Johnson
4 ALL WE EVER WANTED WAS TO CATCH FISH
350(5)
NARF Legal Review
Palm Oil in Ecuador
354(1)
5 LOVELY HULA HANDS: CORPORATE TOURISM AND THE PROSTITUTION OF HAWAIIAN CULTURE
355(10)
Haunani-Kay Trask
8 COMMUNITY WELL-BEING: HEALTH, WELFARE, AND JUSTICE
365(54)
Old Man in the Moon (Yoem O'ola Um Maala Mechapo) 366(5)
Andrianna Escalante
Frances Delgado
1 YES IS BETTER THAN NO
371(9)
Byrd Baylor
2 GATHERING
380(8)
Gary Paul Nabhan
Delfina Cuero: Her Autobiography
385(3)
Florence Connolly Shipek
3 THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL ABUSE AMONG AMERICAN INDIANS: THE MYTHICAL AND REAL PROPERTIES
388(12)
Philip A. May
4 YOUNG ONCE, INDIAN FOREVER
400(7)
Joan Smith
5 PUNISHING INSTITUTIONS: THE STORY OF CATHERINE (CEDAR WOMAN)
407(12)
Luana Ross
9 NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS, STRUGGLE, AND REVITALIZATION
419(64)
Indianismo! 420(7)
Tom LaBlanc
1 VOICES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
427(9)
Epilogue
427(3)
Oren Lyons
North America
430(3)
Ingrid Washinawatok-El Issa
Central and South America
433(3)
Jose Barreiro
2 REFLECTIONS OF ALCATRAZ
436(12)
Lanada Boyer
Roots of Contemporary Native American Activism
447(1)
Troy R. Johnson
3 NUXALK RISK FREEDOM: CANADIANS FIGHT CONGLOMERATE, GOVERNMENT TO STOP CLEAR-CUTTING
448(3)
Avis Little Eagle
4 JOURNEY TO THE SOUTH: GUATEMALA REMEMBERED BY AN INDIAN WOMAN FROM TESUQUE PUEBLO
451(6)
K'uu Yaa Tsa-wa (Vickie Downey)
Our Situation in Guatemala
455(2)
Rigoberta Menchu
5 THE SIZE AND STATUS OF NATIONS
457(9)
Vine Deloria, Jr.
6 A "NEW PARTNERSHIP" FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: CAN THE UNITED NATIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
466(17)
Russel Lawrence Barsh
Closing Address
476(1)
Phillip Deere
Message for the Work Ahead
477(6)
John Mohawk
Appendix A: Native Media 483(3)
Appendix B: Indigenous Peoples' Organizations 486(3)
Credits 489(1)
Tribal Index 490


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