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Unraveling the white man's burden: A critical microhistory of federal Indian education policy implementation at Santa Clara Pueblo, 1902--1907
Black Seminole involvement and leadership during the Second Seminole War, 1835--1842
Obscuring the distinctions, revealing the divergent visions: Modernity and Indians in the early works of Kiowa photographer Horace Poolaw, 1925--1945
Constitution-making: Law, power, and kinship in Crow country
The paradox of respect and risk: Six Lakota adolescents speak
Performing heritage: Metis music, dance, and identity in a multicultural state
Race, family, and region in the nineteenth-century upper Midwest: A history of African, Indian, and European communities in the heartland
Surviving the perfect storm of diabetes in the world of the Schitsu'umsh
Townscape archaeology at Angel Mounds, Indiana: Mississippian spatiality and community
Thomas Cole's Indian subjects, racial politics, and the national landscape
Learning culture in an urban tribe: An Indian school in Milwaukee
"Like a patchwork quilt": The visual rhetoric of authenticity at Indiana powwows
Performing conversion among the Dine Oodlani (Navajo believers)
Indigenous Group Sovereignty and Participatory Authority in International Natural Resource Management Regimes
Symbolic transformation of place: Incarceration, liberation, and leisure at 'The Rock'
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