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The unheard voice of law from an often-heard text: A new rendition of Bartolome de Las Casas' "Brevisima Relacion de la destruicion de las Indias"
Red Albion: Genocide and English colonialism, 1622--1646
Space: Movement and location in Wintu
"Forward you must go": Chemawa Indian boarding school and student activism in the 1960s and 1970s
Deconstructing conventual Franciscan schools: Sixteenth-century architecture, decoration, and Nahua educational spaces
Divine heresy: Women's revisions of sacred texts
Natural and anthropogenic influences on the Holocene fire and vegetation history of the Willamette Valley, northwest Oregon and southwest Washington
Termination of the confederated tribes of the Grand Ronde community of Oregon: Politics, community, identity
Negotiating the master narrative: Museums and the Indian/Californio community of California's central coast
Exploring the influence of family worldview and cultural socialization on positive outcomes in American Indian youth
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