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American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 26, No. 3 (2002)
Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)
- Southern Paiute Letters: A Consideration of the Applications of Literacy, by Martha C. Knack
- The New York Oneidas: A Case Study in the Mismatch of Cultural Tradition and Economic Development, by Bruce E. Johansen
- Science and Culture in a Curriculum for Tribal Environmental Management: The TENRM Program at the Northwest Indian College, by Gigi Berardi, Dan Burns, Phillip H. Duran, Roberto Gonzalez-Plaza, Sharon Kinley, Lynn Robbins, Ted Williams, and Wayne Woods
- A Saponi by Any Other Name Is Still a Siouan, by Heriberto Dixon
- "It Is Cheaper and Better to Teach a Young Indian Than to Fight an Old One": Thaddeus Pound and the Logic of Assimilation, by Scott Laderman
- "The Earth Itself Was Sobbing": Madness and the Environment in Novels by Leslie Marmon Silko and Louise Erdrich, by Peter G. Beidler
- American Indian Politics and the American Political System, by David E. Wilkins. Reviewed by Christine Gray
- American Indians and the Urban Experience, edited by Susan Lobo and Kurt Peters. Reviewed by Susan L. Schrader
- Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball, by Sherry Robinson. Reviewed by Claire R. Farrer
- The Crooked Beak of Love, by Duane Niatum. Reviewed by Geary Hobson
- Desert Indian Woman: Stories and Dreams, by Frances Manuel and Deborah Neff. Reviewed by David Kozak
- Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America, by Daniel K. Richter. Reviewed by Michael J. Mullin
- A History of Utah`s American Indians, edited by Forrest S. Cuch. Reviewed by Richard N. Ellis
- I Hear the Train: Reflections, Inventions, Refractions, by Louis Owens. Reviewed by Kimberly Roppolo
- Indian Women and French Men: Rethinking Cultural Encounter in the Western Great Lakes, by Susan Sleeper-Smith. Reviewed by Jon Parmenter
- James Anderson Slover, Minister to the Cherokees: A Civil War Autobiography, edited by Barbara Cloud. Reviewed by Tamrala Swafford
- More Than Curiosities: A Grassroots History of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board and Its Precursors, 1920–1942, by Susan Labry Meyn. Reviewed by Ann McMullen
- Native America Collected: The Culture of an Art World, by Margaret Dubin. Reviewed by Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse
- Native Peoples of the Southwest, by Trudy Griffin-Pierce. Reviewed by Helen M. Bannan
- The Novels of Louise Erdrich: Stories of Her People, by Connie A. Jacobs. Reviewed by Amelia V. Katanski
- Our Voices: Native Stories of Alaska and the Yukon, edited by James Ruppert and John W. Bernet. Reviewed by John E. Smelcer
- Power and Place: Indian Education in America, by Vine Deloria Jr. and Daniel R. Wildcat. Reviewed by Deirdre A. Almeida
- To Be Indian: The Life of Iroquois-Seneca Arthur Caswell Parker, by Joy Porter. Reviewed by Bruce E. Johansen
- Voices from the Delaware Big House Ceremony, edited by Robert Grumet. Reviewed by Jay Miller
- The Washakie Letters of Willie Ottogary, Northwestern Shoshone Journalist and Leader, 1906–1929, edited by Matthew E. Kreitzer. Reviewed by Catherine S. Fowler
- Where Indians Fear to Tread? A Postmodern Reading of Louise Erdrich`s North Dakota Quartet, by Fabienne C. Quennet. Reviewed by Scott Andrews
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