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Articles from Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies (June 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
"They found and left her an Indian": gender, race, and the whitening of Young Bear. Buss, Jim J. Poem 14640
"You think it strange that I can love an Indian"; Native men, white women, and marriage in the Indian service. Cahill, Cathleen D. 15834
Foreword. Gray, Susan E.; Gullett, Gayle 471
Her husband's old age. Bouwman, Heather Poem 601
Introduction. Thorne, Tanis C. 2726
Making stories (artist's statement). Racette, Sherry Farrell 1703
Miengun's children: tales from a mixed-race family. Gray, Susan E. 17737
Red, white, and black: a personal essay on interracial marriage. Rand, Jacki Thompson Viewpoint essay 3866
Renegotiating identity; "Primitivism" in 20th Century Art as family narrative. Palmer, Carolyn Butler 13765
The benefits of being Indian: blood quanta, intermarriage, and allotment policy on the White Earth Reservation, 1889-1920. Ellinghaus, Katherine 11016
The narrative of Nancy, a Cherokee woman. Miles, Tiya Case study 9438

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