Chapter II: American Indian Affairs Before the Great War
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The Road to War: American Indian Affairs
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Master's Thesis submitted in 1993 to the Institut Charles V of the University of Paris VII.
Content includes: Grant's Peace Policy and Its Developments, 1869-1879; The "Social Gospel", 1879-1897; Allotment and Resistance; A "Progressive Era" for the American Indians, 1897-1917; and Education and Health.
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 4, Fall, 2018, pp. 508-533
Article uses archival and ethnographic evidence to examine land tenure within a southwestern Oklahoma county; examines how the system created to protect the rights of Indigenous landowners actually functions to redirect access to the land, to the economic benefit of non-Indigenous ranchers and farmers.
Collection includes over 2,300 original photographs, annual reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior from 1851 to 1908 and six Indian Treaties negotiated in 1855. Study questions suitable for use by K-12 teachers.
Studies in American Indian Literatures, vol. 31, no. 1-2, Spring-Summer, 2019, pp. 170-207
Discusses Winnemucca’s 1883 book, Life among the Piutes, and her advocacy work on behalf of the Piutes; focuses on the rhetorical strategies and political positioning Winnemucca uses to represent her people and their interests to settler publics and government officials.
American Anthropologist, vol. 119, no. 3, September 2017, pp. 435-447
Looks at authors and articles appearing in the periodical published by the Office of Indian Affairs during the 1930s. It served as a forum for intradisciplinary debates, particularly in the emerging subfield of applied anthropology.