American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 21, No. 2 (1997)

Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)

Fiction

Reviews

  • American Indian Law Deskbook: Conference of Western Attorneys General, edited by Nicholas J. Spaeth, Clay Smith, and Julie Wrend. Reviewed by Paul E. Lawson
  • An Assumption of Sovereignty: Social and Political Transformation Among the Florida Seminoles, 1953–1979, by Harry A. Kersey Jr. Reviewed by Sidney L. Harring
  • Comanche Political History: An Ethnohistorical Perspective 1706–1875, by Thomas W. Kavanagh. Reviewed by Martha McCollough
  • Coyote`s Council Fire: Contemporary Shamans on Race, Gender, and Community, by Loren Cruden. Reviewed by Jason Gilbreath
  • Crow Dog: Four Generations of Sioux Medicine Men, by Leonard Crow Dog and Richard Erdoes. Reviewed by Woody Kipp
  • The Epic of Qayaq: The Longest Story Ever Told by My People, by Lela Kiana Oman. Reviewed by Alan Tongret
  • From Our Eyes: Learning from Indigenous Peoples, edited by Sylvia O`Meara and Douglas A. West. Reviewed by Donna Rosh
  • The Heartland Chronicles, by Douglas E. Foley. Reviewed by Michael Reinschmidt
  • Indian Depredation Claims, 1796–1920, by Larry C. Skogen. Reviewed by Paul E. Lawson
  • Native Americans and Wage Labor: Ethnohistorical Perspectives, edited by Alice Littlefield and Martha C. Knack. Reviewed by L. Brooks Hill
  • Native and Christian: Indigenous Voices on Religious Identity in the United States and Canada, edited by James Treat. Reviewed by Henry Warner Bowden
  • Native Heritage: Personal Accounts by American Indians, 1790 to the Present, edited by Arlene Hirschfelder. Reviewed by Laura E. Donaldson
  • Native People of Southern New England, 1500–1650, by Kathleen J. Bragdon. Reviewed by Jenny Hale Pulsipher
  • Nez Perce Women in Transition, 1877–1990, by Caroline James. Reviewed by Kathleen A. Dahl
  • People or Peoples; Equality, Autonomy and Self-Determination: The Issues at Stake of the International Decade of the World`s Indigenous People, by the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development. Reviewed by Pat Lauderdale
  • The Prehistoric Pueblo World A.D. 1150–1350, edited by Michael A. Adler. Reviewed by Alan J. Osborn
  • Reuben Snake, Your Humble Serpent: Indian Visionary and Activist, by Reuben Snake, as told to Jay C. Fikes. Reviewed by Robert M. Leavitt
  • Song of Rita Joe: Autobiography of a Mi`kmaq Poet, by Rita Joe, with the assistance of Lynn Henry. Reviewed by Jo-Anne Fiske
  • Weavers of Tradition and Beauty: Basketmakers of the Great Basin, by Mary Lee Fulkerson. Reviewed by Ann Storey
  • Western Abenaki Dictionary, by Dr. Gordon M. Day. Reviewed by J. Randolph Valentine

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