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American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 27, No. 1 (2003)
Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)
- Memory, History, and Contested Pasts: Re-imagining Sacagawea/Sacajawea, by Sally McBeth
- The Birth of an Activist: Fred Mahone and the Politicization of the Hualapai, 1918 to 1923, by Christian McMillen
- Pathways of Human Understanding: An Inquiry into Western and North American Indian Worldview Structures, by Leo Schelbert
- Ecological and Cultural Contributions of Controlled Fire Use by Native Californians: A Survey of Literature, by Timothy A. Jordan
- Cultural Amnesia and Legal Rhetoric: Remembering the 1862 United States-Dakota War and the Need for Military Commissions, by Marouf Hasian, Jr.
- Prison Powwow, by Susan Landgraf
- Simple: On the Reservation at First Beach, La Push, by Susan Landgraf
- Norma Before She Moved to the Reservation, by Susan Landgraf
- Norma`s Gift, by Susan Landgraf
- Two White Men on the Quinault Indian Reservation, by Susan Landgraf
- The Meeting, by Robert Nazarene
- Postmodern, by Robert Nazarene
- The Declaration of Indepestilence, July 4th, 2002, by Robert Nazarene
- We Are, After All, Americans, by Robert Nazarene
- Rice & Sand, by Robert Nazarene
- American Colonies: The Settling of North America, by Alan Taylor; edited by Eric Foner. Reviewed by Ned Blackhawk
- American Indian Literature, Environmental Justice, and Ecocriticism: The Middle Place, by Joni Adamson. Reviewed by Ward Churchill
- Briefcase Warriors: Stories for the Stage, by E. Donald Two-Rivers. Reviewed by Jeffrey R. Kellogg
- Common and Contested Ground: A Human and Environmental History of the Northwestern Plains, by Theodore Binnema. Reviewed by Gregory R. Campbell
- Creation Myths and Legends of the Creek Indians, by Bill Grantham. Reviewed by Joyotpaul Chaudhuri
- Drawing Back Culture: The Makah Tribe`s Struggle for Repatriation, by Ann M. Tweedie. Reviewed by Arnold Kruger
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Myths: From the Arapaho to the Zuni, edited by Jim Elledge. Reviewed by Sue-Ellen Jacobs
- Heart of the Rock: The Indian Invasion of Alcatraz, by Adam Fortunate Eagle and Tim Findley. Reviewed by John Garvey
- Land, Wind, and Hard Words: A Story of Navajo Activism, by John W. Sherry. Reviewed by Karren Baird-Olson
- Native Waters: Contemporary Indian Water Settlements and the Second Treaty Era, by Daniel McCool. Reviewed by G. Emlen Hall
- Nunavik: Inuit-Controlled Education in Arctic Quebec, by Ann Vick-Westgate. Reviewed by Deirdre A. Almeida
- Recollections from the Colville Indian Agency 1886–1889, by Major Rickard D. Gwydir; edited with an introduction by Kevin Dye. Reviewed by Rodney Frey
- Sister Nations: Native American Women Writers on Community, edited by Heid E. Erdrich and Laura Tohe. Reviewed by Renae Moore Bredin
- Surviving Through the Days: Translations of Native California Stories and Songs, A California Indian Reader, edited by Herbert W. Luthin. Reviewed by Charles Brashear
- Swept Under the Rug: A Hidden History of Navajo Weaving, by Kathy M`Closkey. Reviewed by Jennifer McLerran
- Take My Land, Take My Life: The Story of Congress`s Historic Settlement of Alaska Native Land Claims, 1960–1971, by Donald Craig Mitchell. Reviewed by David C. Maas
- The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540–1760, edited by Robbie Ethridge and Charles Hudson. Reviewed by Jason Baird Jackson
- Trusteeship in Change: Toward Tribal Autonomy in Resource Management, edited by Richmond L. Clow and Imre Sutton; foreword by David H. Getches. Reviewed by Lynn Huntsinger
- Turtle Lung Woman`s Granddaughter, by Delphine Red Shirt. Reviewed by Paul Brooke
- Voices of a Thousand People: The Makah Cultural and Research Center, by Patricia Pierce Erikson, with Helma Ward and Kirk Wachendorf. Reviewed by Charlotte Coté
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