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|A New Look at the Role of Women in Indian Society|
American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 2, Summer, 1975, pp. 131-139.
Author discusses three conclusions reached by surveying the available academic research: Indigenous women were viewed as inferior to men according to white men's accounts, their daily routines were similar to those of white women, but in may instances they were afforded more social, political, and economic opportunities than their white counterparts.