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FORGOTTEN FEDERAL-MISSIONARY PARTNERSHIPS: NEW LIGHT ON THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE. Chapman, Nathan S. Dec 1, 2020 33740
Layers of a Letter: Lakota History, Language and Voices in the Archives. Thomson, Claire Report Sep 22, 2020 1755
THE BELLONI DECISION AND ITS LEGACY: UNITED STATES V. OREGON AND ITS FAR-REACHING EFFECTS AFTER A HALF-CENTURY. Blumm, Michael C.; Baermann, Cari Mar 22, 2020 20539
BEYOND THE BELLONI DECISION: SOHAPPY V. SMITH AND THE MODERN ERA OF TRIBAL TREATY RIGHTS. Mills, Monte Mar 22, 2020 13054
CULTURAL LINGUISTICS AND TREATY LANGUAGE: A MODERNIZED APPROACH TO INTERPRETING TREATY LANGUAGE TO CAPTURE THE TRIBE'S UNDERSTANDING. Matsaw, Sammy; Hedden-Nicely, Dylan; Cosens, Barbara Mar 22, 2020 14747
THE BELLONI DECISION: A FOUNDATION FOR THE NORTHWEST FISHERIES CASES, THE NATIONAL TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY MOVEMENT, AND AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE RULE OF LAW. Wilkinson, Charles Mar 22, 2020 7058
CRISIS? WHOSE CRISIS? Beermann, Jack M. Mar 1, 2020 13775
THE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE METHODOLOGY FOR QUANTIFYING FEDERAL RESERVED INSTREAM WATER RIGHTS FOR AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES. Hedden-Nicely, Dylan R. Jan 1, 2020 25625
Alcatraz Is Not an Island. Chavers, Dean Sep 22, 2019 2867
Native American Historicity: Social and Cultural Embedment in Erdrich's Tracks. Shafiq, Qasim; Bhatti, Shaheena Ayub Critical essay Jun 30, 2019 5571
Grandfather's Story: Excerpt from The River of the Past Flows Through My Life. Niatum, Duane Autobiography Jan 1, 2019 2446
INCAS Y AGUSTINOS EN LA HISTORIA DEL CELEBRE SANTUARIO DE NUESTRA SENORA DE COPACABANA Y SUS MILAGROS, E INVENCION DE LA CRUZ DE CARABUCO DE ALONSO RAMOS GAVILAN. Gutierrez Meza, Jose Elias Critical essay Jan 1, 2019 4084
Soldier's Dance Gourd Dance Origins? Garcia, Louis Oct 1, 2018 1156
Sequoyah and the Vital Nature of the Written Word. Sandefur, Timothy Essay Sep 22, 2018 7340
No apology visit to Canada. Brief article Apr 20, 2018 143
AGREEING TO SHARE: TREATY 3, HISTORY & THE COURTS. Gunn, Kate Jan 1, 2018 10091
Kitokipaaskaan: Old Style Blackfoot Chicken Dance. Jones, Craig Nov 1, 2017 641
What Indians and Indians Can Teach Us about Colonization: Feminist Science and Technology Studies, Epistemological Imperialism, and the Politics of Difference. Hamilton, Jennifer A.; Subramaniam, Banu; Willey, Angela Essay Sep 22, 2017 4576
Teen's Discovery Reveals Lost City. Brief article Sep 4, 2017 193
First Rendez-vous festival planned for September. Brief article Sep 1, 2017 226
Cowan's Fall American History Live Salesroom Auction Friday, November 17, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Cincinnati, OH. Brief article Sep 1, 2017 220
Experience history in Muskegon County. May 1, 2017 174
Native-American cultural trail deepens historical perspective on Michigan's Mackinac island. May 1, 2017 454
Explore the people of Benzie county's past. May 1, 2017 126
Native Americans in the Corps: A Very Short History of Judge Advocates with American Indian Ancestry. Borch, Fred L. Apr 1, 2017 1868
Anticipated Edward S. Curtis exhibit coming soon. Mar 1, 2017 300
The lost City of Belvidere. Clark, Christina Mar 1, 2017 1723
U.P. history comes alive in Marquette. Mar 1, 2017 233
Northwestern establishes Native center. Brief article Jan 26, 2017 155
The legislative history of the McCarran Amendment: an effort to determine whether Congress intended for state court jurisdiction to extend to Indian reserved water rights. Hedden-Nicely, Dylan R. Sep 22, 2016 24682
A Custer survivor in small Town Alberta. Dyck, Allen Jan 1, 2016 2086
Narrative, Orality, and Native-American Historical Consciousness: The Critique of Logocentrism in Louise Erdrich's Tracks. Butler, Jonathan Critical essay Dec 1, 2015 8667
Wounded knee: the site of the bloody conflict 125 years ago between U.S. forces and the Lakota Sioux, the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota is today one of the poorest places in America. Elder, Robert K. Oct 12, 2015 4205
Where they cried: a historic trail marks the paths of thousands of Native Americans who endured a forced march in the 1830s. Busiek, Julia Sep 22, 2015 962
Interpreting Native American Heritage through Ghost Stories. Pictou, Jennifer Sep 1, 2015 1056
Michigan's last peace treaty. Conway, James E. May 1, 2015 1942
Keynote address Alaska's native history. Iggiagruk Hensley, William L. Dec 1, 2014 4297
Not the last of the Mohicans. Johnson, Michael G. Nov 1, 2014 1381
Treaties in history and law. Promislow, Janna Oct 1, 2014 6150
Treaties in history and law. Promislow, Janna Oct 1, 2014 6380
Treaties in history and law. Promislow, Janna Oct 1, 2014 23973
Childless "fathers," native sons: Mississippi tribal histories and performing the Indian in Faulkner's Go Down, Moses. D'Alessandro, Michael Critical essay Jun 22, 2014 9562
Finding place to speak: Sarah Winnemucca's rhetorical practices in disciplinary spaces: I am crying out to you for justice,--yes, pleading for the far-off plains of the West. 207 Sarah Winnemucca, life among the Piutes,1883. Eves, Rosalyn Collings Essay Jan 1, 2014 9464
Comparing Native Hawaiian education with Native American and African American education during the nineteenth century. Beyer, Kalani Essay Jan 1, 2014 6816
A native collection. Davis, Crystal Brief article Nov 7, 2013 159
Celebrating 250 years of treaty-making. Sep 22, 2013 598
Carlos Montezuma's fight against "bureauism" an unexpected Pima hero. Martinez, David Essay Jun 22, 2013 7567
Consider the carnage. Davis, Crystal Brief article Feb 28, 2013 163
"They promised to take our land, and they took it". Northup, Steve Brief article Jan 1, 2013 285
"I think they all felt distressed!" Talking about complex issues in early childhood. Bentley, Dana; Reppucci, Anthony Jan 1, 2013 4551
The First Global Man. May 9, 2012 3105
Marked by fire: Anishinaabe articulations of nationhood in treaty making with the United States and Canada. Stark, Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Essay Mar 22, 2012 12052
Navajo pawn: a misunderstood traditional trading practice. Kiser, William S. Essay Mar 22, 2012 11211
A path revealed towards reconciliation. Narine, Shari Mar 1, 2012 733
The power of boarding schools: a historiographical review. Graham, Abigail Gundlach Essay Jan 1, 2012 5777
American settlers had North-South orientation. Brief article Dec 1, 2011 226
Web quest explore with Lewis and Clark. Nov 21, 2011 564
Standing up for standing bear. Bent, Eliza Nov 1, 2011 429
"We don't live like that anymore": Native Peoples at the Smithsonian's Festival of American Folklife, 1970-1976. Walker, William S. Sep 22, 2011 13275
Native American history. Davis, Crystal D. Brief article Aug 18, 2011 142
Actually existing Indian nations: modernity, diversity, and the future of native American studies. Lyons, Scott Richard Essay Jun 22, 2011 7169
"Excluding Indians not taxed": Dred Scott, Standing Bear, Elk and the legal status of Native Americans in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Tennant, Brad Report Mar 22, 2011 10677
Northern athapaskan beadwork. Green, Richard Jan 1, 2011 1889
Why they fought: Native American involvement in the American Civil War: American Indian involvement in the American Civil War was, on the large scale, rather insignificant. Connole, Joseph Jan 1, 2011 3838
Pestilence and power: the smallpox epidemic of 1780-1782 and intertribal relations on the northern great plains. Hodge, Adam R. Sep 22, 2010 10235
Manifest meanings: the selling (not telling) of American Indian history and the case of "The Black Horse Ledger". Gercken, Becca Critical essay Sep 22, 2010 7041
Reconciling differences: the triumphs are spectacular, but few. Taylor, Drew Hayden Column Sep 1, 2010 804
Survivors gather in Winnipeg to share experiences at TRC event. Narine, Shari Aug 1, 2010 877
Bent box will gather the gifts of survivors. Narine, Shari Aug 1, 2010 518
Yukon's self governing first nations. Horne, Marian C. Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2010 3659
Fact or fiction? (Genre) border crossing in American Indian film. Schweninger, Lee Essay Jun 22, 2010 7038
Treaty 5 is 100 years old. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 178
Celebrations took place in. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 213
Working the Indian field days: the economy of authenticity and the question of agency in Yosemite Valley. Cothran, Boyd Essay Mar 22, 2010 10862
Winning Indians and other contradictions; the Morris Indian school baseball team, 1898-1908. Laliberte, David J. Mar 22, 2010 5704
Indigenous labor and indigenous history. McCallum, Mary Jane Logan Report Sep 22, 2009 8422
American Indian history and writing from home: constructing an Indian perspective. Fixico, Donald L. Report Sep 22, 2009 2999
The Warner's ranch Indian removal: cultural adaptation, accommodation, and continuity. Karr, Steven M. Essay Sep 1, 2009 10280
Cultures in collision: cosmology, jurisprudence, and religion in Tlingit territory. Russell, Caskey Essay Mar 22, 2009 8820
Teaching the truth is not easy. Starnes, Bobby Ann Feb 1, 2009 1245
Sailing Maine: shell heaps reveal that Indians have been visiting mount desert island off the coast of Maine in the US for about 6,000 years, and with good reason: the island's mix of history, seasonal colours, pine trees and lobsters give it a charm all its own. Eriksen, Karen Oct 1, 2008 1444
The varieties of religious experience: baptized Indians at Mission San Francisco de Asis, 1776-1821. Newell, Quincy D. Essay Sep 22, 2008 11111
1868 Sioux at fort Laramie: photographs from the Smithsonian institution, National Anthropological Archives. Chronister, Allen Sep 1, 2008 391
Washington delegates, 1851. Chronister, Allen Brief article Jul 1, 2008 310
Zitkala-Sa, The Song of Hiawatha, and the Carlisle Indian School Band: a captivity tale. Spack, Ruth Critical essay Jun 1, 2008 4908
World War I Choctaw code talkers: 36th division of the National Guard. Archambeault, Marie J Essay May 1, 2008 4162
What does Indian blood look like? A century-old battle boils as Black Indians fight for membership in their Native American tribes. Samuels, Adrienne P. Report Apr 1, 2008 3003
A turnaround at grand portage: an Indian tribe and a national park unit find common ground. Hendricks, Melissa Mar 22, 2008 2229
The story of the Ute and the Grand Junction Indian School. Blackman, Craig H. Jan 1, 2008 2214
The portrait of women teachers in Indian territory: the story of Meta Chestnutt Sager, 1863-1948. Cesar, Dana; Smith, Joan K. Report Jan 1, 2008 3961
Writing American Indian history. Noley, Grayson B. Report Jan 1, 2008 2720
Piety, pageantry and politics on the northern Great Plains: an American Indian woman restages her people's conquest during the era of assimilation (1879-1934). Gardner, Susan Essay Dec 22, 2007 6436
To "doe some good upon their countrymen": the paradox of Indian slavery in early Anglo-America. Guasco, Michael Dec 22, 2007 12385
Getting to know Alyssa Mt. Pleasant. Pember, Mary Annette Nov 29, 2007 516
The Indian Club, Part I. McGowan, James C. Oct 1, 2007 1973
The Indian Club, Part II. McGowan, James C. Oct 1, 2007 2457
Red Jacket and the decolonization of republican virtue. Ganter, Granville Essay Sep 22, 2007 9316
The 1925 Fort Union Indian Congress: divergent narratives, one event. Blee, Lisa Essay Sep 22, 2007 12376
'Tomb raiders': Yale's ultra-secret Skull and Bones Society is believed to possess the skull of legendary Apache chief Geronimo. Pember, Mary Annette Jul 12, 2007 1109
The American flag tipi honoring the past. Durkin, Peter J. Jul 1, 2007 1987
Grass dancers. Brief article Jul 1, 2007 150
In search of theory and method in American Indian studies. Champagne, Duane Jun 22, 2007 7241
The "bended elbow" news, Kenora 1974: how a small-town newspaper promoted colonization. Anderson, Mark; Robertson, Carmen Jun 22, 2007 12106
"Bad things" and "good hearts": mediation, meaning, and the language of Illinois Christianity. Leavelle, Tracy Neal Jun 1, 2007 13321
A mandate for native history: the Montana Indian Education for All Act may be setting a national precedent for America's schools, but colleges and universities are not yet on board. Pember, Mary Annette May 17, 2007 1330
How can the military's interests best serve those in need? Taylor, Scott Column Apr 1, 2007 750
Santu's song. Hewson, John; Diamond, Beverley Mar 22, 2007 10980
"Living my native life deadly": Red Lake, Ward Churchill, and the discourses of competing genocides. Byrd, Jodi A. Mar 22, 2007 8922
Recent dissertations. Erlen, Jonathan; Toth, Jay Bibliography Jan 1, 2007 1044
The PBS historical house series: where historical reality succumbs to reel reality. Taddeo, Julie Anne; Dvorak, Ken Jan 1, 2007 10210
We the peoples: when American education began. Warren, Donald Report Jan 1, 2007 5166
Opposing forces: (re)playing Pocahontas and the politics of Indian removal on the antebellum stage. Jaroff, Rebecca Dec 22, 2006 8416
"Unconscionable violence": the federal role in American Indian education, 1890-1915. Good, Annalee G. Critical essay Dec 1, 2006 7032
African-Americans and American Indians, a shared history. Brief article Nov 30, 2006 266
How the West was lost: Chris Smallbone explains the effect of United States expansion on the native Americans of the Great Plains in the mid-19th century. Smallbone, Chris Apr 1, 2006 3559
Samson Cree Trial Decision: 365 days of trial end in disappointment for Samson Cree. Fenwick, Fred R. Apr 1, 2006 2198
Drawing on experience: Castillo de San Marcos National Monument tells the story of Native Americans imprisoned during America's westward expansion. Kirkwood, Scott Mar 22, 2006 867
Footprints in Terra Nullius. Jan 1, 2006 394
Allotment of mineral and timber lands on Indian reservations and the public domain. Fritz, Henry E. Dec 22, 2005 8732
Challenges native and non-native journalists confront: those who tell Indian people's stories are 'expected to be truthful, responsible, accurate and excellent communicators.'. Rave, Jodi Sep 22, 2005 1935
A craft project that really makes waves. Sep 1, 2005 108
Nathanael West's Indian commodities. Rubinstein, Rachel Jun 22, 2005 10378
"Concourse and Periphery" in perspective: well past planning. Ostrowitz, Judith Jun 22, 2005 15268
A Museum of the Indian, not for the Indian. Lujan, James Jun 22, 2005 2773
Haunted by Pehin Hanska. Custer, Jay F. Jun 22, 2005 6834
Sayt k'ilim goot (of one heart): transforming suffering. Vickers, Patricia J. Jun 22, 2005 4319
Standing bear: American: after his people were unjustly evicted from their homeland in Nebraska, Chief Standing Bear--aided by one of the Army's most renowned Indian fighters--mounted a legal challenge to prove what should have been obvious: Indians were people under the law. Grigg, William Norman Biography May 2, 2005 4443
The war that started a revolution. May 1, 2005 850
Indians created first major urban centers. Apr 1, 2005 791
Political cartoon. Mar 21, 2005 224
Free-speech fights. Shapiro, Bruce Mar 7, 2005 855
Wrap it up. Mar 1, 2005 728
1838: The Trail of Tears: forced to resettle in what became Oklahoma, many Cherokee died on the brutal journey west. Bowman, Rex Jan 24, 2005 1717
One moment in time; One man remembered forever. Petten, Cheryl Jan 1, 2005 1245
A rare Ute tobacco canteen. Green, Richard R. Jan 1, 2005 751
Constructions and contestations of the authoritative voice: Native American communities and the Federal Writers' Project, 1935-41. Morgan, Mindy J. Jan 1, 2005 10701
Frontier wedding: a photograph survives the years to bear witness to the love of a cowboy and his two-spirit bride. McCarthy, Michelle Brief Article Oct 12, 2004 230
American Indian history as a continuing story. Iverson, Peter Sep 22, 2004 3055
Red Cloud's painted tipi. Goble, Paul Sep 1, 2004 643
Bringing traditional teachings to leadership. Washington, Siemthlut Michelle Jun 22, 2004 7667
"Red Man's Burden": the politics of inclusion in museum settings. Mithlo, Nancy Marie Jun 22, 2004 7698
Rick West speaks about American Indian culture, history. Gordon, Mary France; Leo, Lita Mar 29, 2004 403
Dating old bones. Hardman, Chris Jan 1, 2004 624
Sharing the box of treasures. Wyels, Joyce Gregory Jan 1, 2004 3110
American Indians: still strong after all these years. Corn, Charles H. Red Jan 1, 2004 1155
A journey of healing and awakening. Wilson, Waziyatawin Angela Jan 1, 2004 9139
A living memorial. Schoenhoff, Molly Jan 1, 2004 1317
"The home of my people". Nov 10, 2003 459
National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month--November 2003. Brief Article Nov 7, 2003 236
Wounded knee, 1890: historical evidence on trial in the classroom. Johnson, Andrew Sep 22, 2003 5852
"Let's get in and fight!" American Indian political activism in an urban public school system, 1973. Amerman, Stephen Kent Jun 22, 2003 13364
"Good Indian": Charles Eastman and the Warrior as civil servant. Lopenzina, Drew Jun 22, 2003 13206
Trading paths: mapping Chickasaw history in the eighteenth century. St. Jean, Wendy Jun 22, 2003 8882
From Nansemond to Monacan: the legacy of the Pochick-Nansemond among the Bear Mountain Monacan. Vest, Jay Hansford C. Jun 22, 2003 9923
Detour to French camp: take a step back in time at this unsported Natchez Truce settlements. Thornton, Carolyn May 1, 2003 1799
The woman's lodge: constructing gender on the nineteenth-century Pacific Northwest Plateau. Wright, Mary C. Jan 1, 2003 7544
Teaching Amerindian Autohistory. Carson, James Taylor Jan 1, 2003 1691
Notes from the melting pot: 463 years after Cherokees met DeSoto. Hausman, Blake Jan 1, 2003 2716
Open arms, open hearts, open minds--welcomed once again. Hoffman, Ross Jan 1, 2003 1217
Trials and triumphs of teaching introduction to Native American studies. Johansen, Bruce E. Jan 1, 2003 1000
Reading and writing the Lakota language: yes, we can! Washburn, Franci Jan 1, 2003 1329
Life along the margins. White, Frederick Jan 1, 2003 4975
'Fight No More Forever' - The Nez Perce. Connery, William S. Aug 1, 2002 601
Mashpee Wampanoags of Cape Cod, the Whalefishery, and Seafaring's Impact on Community Development. Nicholas, Mark A. Mar 22, 2002 15254
Of Apples and Traders: A Small Fur Trade Period Encampment on Apple Island, Oakland County, Michigan. (Anthropology). Brief Article Mar 22, 2002 178
Past and future meld at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. (Alaska this Month). Pilkington, Steve Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 648
Real Speak - First Nations History. Kehoe, Alice Beck Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 393
"America's histories" revisited: the case of Tell Them They Lie. Kalter, Susan Jun 22, 2001 10067
"They honor our Lord among themselves in their own way": colonial Christianity and the Illinois Indians. Bilodeou, Christopher Jun 22, 2001 12075
Searching for justice on the Maine frontier: legal concepts, treaties, and the 1749 Wiscasset Incident. Ghere, David L.; Morrison, Alvin H. Jun 22, 2001 10104
Beneath the underdog: race, religion, and the trail of tears. Minges, Patrick Jun 22, 2001 12404
Legal Hunger: Law, Narrative, and Orality in Leslie Marmon Silko's Storyteller and Almanac of the Dead. Karno, Valerie Jan 1, 2001 7277
'They came before Columbus'. (Cover Story/Africans in The Americas). Khpera, Saafu Jan 1, 2001 3958
NO IDLE PAST: USES OF HISTORY IN THE 1830 INDIAN REMOVAL DEBATES. MEYERS, JASON Sep 22, 2000 5696
Making Medicine against "White Man's Side of Story": George Bent's Letters to George Hyde. FALLER, LINCOLN B. Biography Jan 1, 2000 13694
Positive Notes. Sep 22, 1999 1033
Response. BRAATZ, TIMOTHY Jun 22, 1999 710
The Nine Lives of Cherum, the Pai Tokumhet. Dobyns, Henry F.; Euler, Robert C. Jun 22, 1998 9117
Intimacy and Empire: Indian-African interaction in Spanish Colonial New Mexico, 1500-1800. McDonald, Dedra S. Jan 1, 1998 10629
Anthropological studies of Native American place naming. Thornton, Thomas F. Mar 22, 1997 8346
American Indian history or non-Indian perceptions of American Indian history? Wilson, Angela Cavender Jan 1, 1996 1207
Grandmother to granddaughter: generations of oral history in a Dakota family. Wilson, Angela Cavender Jan 1, 1996 3312
Ethics and responsibilities in writing American Indian History. Fixico, Donald L. Jan 1, 1996 5665
Contacts and relationships. Sep 1, 1995 506
Chapter 2: Michigan's first residents. Jan 1, 1995 3877
Indian patriotism: warriors vs. negotiators. Miller, Christopher L. Jun 22, 1993 3148
Hello Columbus: America was no paradise in 1492. Royal, Robert Sep 22, 1992 3827
Struggles around the world: 1992 - the year of indigenous peoples. Ramirez, Odessa Jun 22, 1992 2546
Return and the native. Cockburn, Alexander column Jul 29, 1991 396
The P.C. file: native intelligence. Cockburn, Alexander Jun 24, 1991 512
Object lessons. Cockburn, Alexander Jun 24, 1991 687
Chief Logan's lament. Transcript Jan 1, 1991 486
Huron Indians (more exactly, Wyandot). Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 105
Minnesota's "Way to Independence." (North Dakota Heritage Center show on the history of a Native American family) (Museums) Chappell, Edward Dec 18, 1989 2923

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