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American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 33, No. 1 (2009)
Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)
- Visualizing Gender Variability in Plains Indian Pictographic Art, by Max Carocci
- "Left High and Dry": Federal Land Policies and Pima Agriculture, 1860-1910, by David H. DeJong
- Health Care among the Kumiai Indians of Baja California, Mexico: Structural and Social Barriers, by Jill Fleuriet
- Negotiating Nacogdoches: Hasinai Caddo-Spanish Relations, Trade Space, and the Formation of the Texas-Lousiana Border, 1779-1819, by Mark Allan Goldberg
- Connecting to the Art Market from Home: An Exploration of First Nations Artists in Alert Bay, British Columbia, by Margaret R. M. Neufeld
- "The Father Says NO?", by Michael Hittman
- Even the Snow is White: Displacement and Literary Ecology in Diane Glancy`s Pushing the Bear, by Kenneth Hada
- American Indians and State Law: Sovereignty, Race, and Citizenship, 1790-1880, by Deborah A. Rosen. Reviewed by Bethany R. Berger
- Architectural Variability in the Southeast, edited by Cameron H. Lacquement. Reviewed by Ted Jojola
- Art from Fort Marion: The Silberman Collection, by Joyce M. Szabo. Reviewed by William C. Meadows
- Bad Fruits of the Civilized Tree: Alcohol and the Sovereignty of the Cherokee Nation, by Izumi Ishii. Reviewed by Joshua Piker
- Border Fictions: Globalization, Empire, and Writing at the Boundaries of the United States, by Claudia Sadowski-Smith. Reviewed by Margaret Noori
- The Comanche Empire, by Pekka Kalevi Hamalainen. Reviewed by Brad Montgomery-Anderson
- Encounters of the Spirit: Native Americans and European Colonial Religion, by Richard W. Pointer. Reviewed by John K. Donaldson
- Leslie Marmon Silko`s Ceremony: The Recovery of Tradition, by Robert M. Nelson. Reviewed by Edward W. Huffstetler
- The Life and Traditions of the Red Man: A Rediscovered Treasure of Native American Literature, by Joseph Nicolar. Reviewed by Carla Mulford
- Native American Women`s Studies: A Primer, by Stephanie A. Sellers. Reviewed by Elizabeth Archuleta
- Opening Archaeology: Repatriation`s Impact on Contemporary Research and Practice, edited by Thomas Killion. Reviewed by Wendy G. Teeter
- Out of the Shadow: Ecopsychology, Story, and Encounters with the Land, by Rinda West. Reviewed by Ellen L. Arnold
- Patterns of Exchange: Navajo Weavers and Traders, by Teresa J. Wilkins. Reviewed by Connie A. Jacobs
- The People Have Never Stopped Dancing: Native American Modern Dance Histories, by Jacqueline Shea Murphy. Reviewed by Jaye T. Darby
- Sacred Claims: Repatriation and Living Tradition, by Greg Johnson. Reviewed by Bonita Lawrence
- Salish Myths and Legends: One People`s Stories, edited by M. Terry Thompson and Steven M. Egesdal. Reviewed by Anthony K. Webster
- The State, Removal and Indigenous Peoples in the United States and Mexico, 1620-2000, by Claudia B. Haake. Reviewed by Randall H. McGuire
- The Tupac Amaru and Catarista Rebellions: An Anthology of Sources, edited and translated by Ward Stavig and Ella Schmidt. Reviewed by José Barreiro
- Wings in the Desert: A Folk Ornithology of the Northern Pimans, by Amadeo M. Rea. Reviewed by Brad Montgomery-Anderson
- Women Who Pioneered Oklahoma: Stories from the WPA Narratives, edited by Terri M. Baker and Connie Oliver Henshaw. Reviewed by David Chang
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