American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 9, No. 4 (1985)


Commentary and Debate


  • The Golden Woman: The Colville Narrative of Peter J. Seymour, edited by Anthony Mattina, translated by Anthony Mattina and Madeline deSautel. Reviewed by Andrew Wiget
  • Scholars and the Indian Experience: Critical Reviews of Recent Writings in the Social Sciences, edited by William R. Swagerty. Reviewed by James H. ODonnell, III
  • The Red Earth Crees, 1860–1960, by David Meyer. Reviewed by Robert A. Brightman
  • The Kachina and the White Man: The Influence of White Culture on the Hopi Kachina Cult, by Frederick J. Dockstader. Reviewed by Louis A. Hieb
  • Bartley Milam: Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, by Howard L. Meredith. Reviewed by C.B. Clark
  • Indian Leadership, edited by Walter Williams. Reviewed by C.B. Clark
  • The Myth of the Savage and the Beginnings of French Colonialism in the Americas, by Olive Patricia Dickason. Reviewed by E. David Edmunds
  • "Some Kind of Power": Navajo Childrens Skinwalker Narratives, by Margaret K. Brady. Reviewed by Dennis R. Hoilman
  • Critical Essays on Native American Literature, edited by Andrew Wiget. Reviewed by Dennis R. Hoilman
  • Psychological Research on American Indian and Alaska Native Youth, by Spero M. Manson, Norman G. Dinges, Linda M. Grounds, and Carl A. Kallgren. Reviewed by Teresa LaFromboise and Dolores Subia BigFoot
  • Love Medicine, by Louis Erdrich. Reviewed by Robert W. Lewis
    Ethnoliguistic Profile of the Canadian Metis, by Patrick C. Douaud. Reviewed by John S. Long
  • Seeing Through the Sun, by Linda Hogan. Reviewed by Denise Low
  • For Those Who Come After: A Study of Native American Autobiography, by Arnold Krupat. Reviewed by Melinda Castel de Oro
  • Artistry in Clay, by Don Dedera. Reviewed by Ben Stone
  • Native Americans and Energy Development II, edited by Joseph G. Jorgensen. Reviewed by Gerard Reed
  • North Dakota Quarterly (Special Indian Literary Issue, Volume 53, Number 2), guest edited by Mary Jane Schneider. Reviewed by John Purdy
  • Phil Sheridan and His Army, by Paul Andrew Hutton. Reviewed by Terry P. Wilson
  • Jacklight, by Louise Edrich. Reviewed by Richard K. Waters
    Native American Literature, by Andrew Wiget. Reviewed by Robert L. Berner
  • Carl Gormans World, by Henry and Georgia Greenberg. Reviewed by Alfred Young Man
  • The Indian Man: A Biography of James Mooney, by L. G. Moses. Reviewed by Robert E. Bieder
  • With One Sky Above Us: Life on an Indian Reservation at the Turn of the Century, by Mick Gidley. Reviewed by Merle Wells

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