American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 29, No. 1 (2005)

Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)



  • Alaska Native Political Leadership and Higher Education: One University, Two Universes, by Michael L. Jennings. Reviewed by Diane Hirshberg
  • Alaska`s Daughter: An Eskimo Memoir of the Early Twentieth Century, by Elizabeth Bernhardt Pinson. Reviewed by Jeanette Bushnell
  • Choctaw Tales, collected and annotated by Tom Mould. Reviewed by Laura Adams Weaver
  • De Religione: Telling the Seventeenth-Century Jesuit Story in Huron to the Iroquois, edited and translated by John L. Steckley. Reviewed by Sean O`Neill
  • Evil Corn, by Adrian C. Louis. Reviewed by Molly McGlennen
  • Have You Thought of Leonard Peltier Lately? by Harvey Arden. Reviewed by Daniele Bolelli
  • Indians in Unexpected Places, by Philip J. Deloria. Reviewed by C. Richard King
  • Indians, Missionaries, and Merchants: The Legacy of Colonial Encounters on the California Frontiers, by Kent G. Lightfoot. Reviewed by Joshua Paddison
  • Into the Canyon: Seven Years in Navajo Country, by Lucy Moore. Reviewed by Terri M. Baker
  • Living Sideways: Tricksters in American Indian Oral Traditions, by Franchot Ballinger. Reviewed by Lola L. Hill
  • Okfuskee: A Creek Indian Town in Colonial America, by Joshua Piker. Reviewed by Barbara Krauthamer
  • Ordeal of Change: The Southern Utes and Their Neighbors, by Frances Leon Quintana. Reviewed by Robert S. McPherson
  • Peyote and the Yankton Sioux: The Life and Times of Sam Necklace, by Thomas Constantine Maroukis. Reviewed by Raymond J. DeMallie
  • Revenge of the Windigo: The Construction of the Mind and Mental Health of North American Aboriginal Peoples, by James B. Waldram. Reviewed by Beatrice Medicine
  • Rogue Diamonds: Northern Riches on Dene Land, by Ellen Bielawski. Reviewed by Simon Brascoupé
  • Standing Bear Is a Person: The True Story of a Native American`s Quest for Justice, by Stephen Dando-Collins. Reviewed by Bruce E. Johansen
  • A Strange Likeness: Becoming Red and White in Eighteenth-Century North America, by Nancy Shoemaker. Reviewed by Rebecca Kugel
  • “The Utes Must Go!”: American Expansion and the Removal of a People, by Peter R. Decker. Reviewed by Garrit Voggesser
  • Waccamaw Legacy: Contemporary Indians Fight for Survival, by Patricia Barker Lerch. Reviewed by C. S. Everett
  • Who Owns Native Culture? by Michael F. Brown. Reviewed by Tom Greaves

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