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Vol. 20, No. 3 1996



  • Preface, by Ira Jacknis
  • Alfred Kroeber and the Photographic Representation of California Indians, by Ira Jacknis
  • Shadow Catchers or Shadow Snatchers? Ethical Issues for Photographers of Contemporary Native Americans, by Lee Philip Brumbaugh
  • Marking Oneself: Use of Photographs by Native Americans of the Southern Northwest Coast, by Carolyn J. Marr
  • Photographing the Navajo: Scanning Abuse, by James C. Faris
  • Navajo Photography, by Monty Roessel
  • Photography as Social and Economic Exchange: Understanding the Challenges Posed by Photography of Zuni Religious Ceremonies, by Nigel Holman
  • High-Speed Film Captures the Vanishing Americans, in Living Color, by Rick Hill
  • Images across Boundaries: History, Use, and Ethics of Photographs of American Indians, by Willow Roberts Powes
  • Annotated Bibliography: Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine, The Beet Queen, and Tracks: An Annotated Survey of Criticism through 1994, by Debra A. Burdick


  • Letter, by H. Russel Holland
  • "Ethnicity, Not Culture? . . ." A Reply, by Joseph G. Jorgensen


  • Three Bulls Views the Portrait of Columbus, by John Woodrow Presley
  • Three Bulls at the Ethnobotany Lecture, by John Woodrow Presley
  • Coyote Dreams, by John Woodrow Presley


  • All My Sins Are Relatives, by William S. Penn. Reviewed by Michelle R. Kloppenburg
  • Aniyunwiya/Real Human Beings: An Anthology of Contemporary; Cherokee Prose, edited by Joseph Bruchac. Reviewed by Melissa Hearn
  • Becoming and Remaining a People: Native American Religions on the Northern Plains, by Howard L. Harrod. Reviewed by L.G. Moses
  • Comparing the Policy of Aboriginal Assimilation: Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, by Andrew Armitage. Reviewed by Frederick H. White
  • Eagle Transforming: The Art of Robert Davidson, by Ulli Steltzer and Robert Davidson. Reviewed by Barbara Iliff Brotherton
  • Grass Games and Moon Races: California Indian Games and Toys, by Jeannine Gendar. Reviewed by Rebecca Dobkins
  • The Great Canoes: Reviving a Northwest Coast Tradition, by David Neel. Reviewed by Chris B. Wooley
  • Issues in Native American Cultural Identity, edited by Michael K. Green. Reviewed by Ward Churchill
  • The Lightning Stick: Arrows, Wounds, and Indian Legends, by H. Henrietta Stockel. Reviewed by Raymond Wilson
  • Native American Communities in Wisconsin, 1600–1960: A Study of Tradition and Change, by Robert E. Bieder. Reviewed by Edmund J. Danziger, Jr.
  • Paul Kane's Great Nor-West, by Diane Eaton and Sheila Urbanek. Reviewed by Jennifer McLerran
  • The Porcupine Hunter and Other Stories: The Original Tsimshian Texts of Henry Tate, transcribed and annotated by Ralph Maud. Reviewed by Bethany Phillips
  • Relocating Eden: The Image and Politics of Inuit Exile in the Canadian Arctic, by Alan Rudolph Marcus. Reviewed by Ronald K. Inouye
  • Returning to the Homeland: Cherokee Poetry and Short Stories, by MariJo Moore. Reviewed by Cynthia R. Kasee
  • Seven Hands, Seven Hearts, by Elizabeth Woody. Reviewed by Rosanne M. Gill
  • Themes in Southwest Prehistory, edited by George J. Gumerman. Reviewed by G. Edward Evans
  • Where White Men Fear to Tread: The Autobiography of Russell Means, by Russell Means, with Marvin J. Wolf. Reviewed by Dave Gonzales
  • Winter of the Holy Iron, by Joseph Marshall III. Reviewed by Debbie Burdick
  • Women and Power in Native North America, edited by Laura P. Klein and Lillian A. Ackerman. Reviewed by Bea Medicine
  • You Can't Get There from Here: The Mystique of North American Plains Indians' Culture and Philosophy, by John Friesen. Reviewed by Angelo A. Calvello