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|Hamlin Garland and the Indian|
American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer, 1974, pp. 103-113.
A discussion of the works of the Garland, who wrote both fiction and non-fiction about Indigenous people during the transitional period when nations were being moved to reservations. The author notes the value in Garland's work lies not only in his stories but in his notes and observations of the Indigenous populations.