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Affective style and depressive symptoms in North American Plains Indian youth: Do peer relations and cultural identity play a role?
The death of Crazy Horse: Anti-Indianism and indigenous survivance
Craniofacial intermediacy in postcontact Amerindian skeletal samples and European-Amerindian admixture
Shawnee-Minisink revisited: Re-evaluating the Paleoindian occupation
"Daylight" fails to shine on the reservation
"The hand that rocks the cradle": Shoshone and Arapaho women in the Wind River region and assimilation policy, 1880--1932
Natural born enemies?: Arapaho and Shoshone political relationships, 1700--1938
Los pesonajes indigenas en obras teatrales de la Revolucion mexicana
Now I must try to live as they did: Reginald Laubin and American Indian representation
Remembering the war: Northern Arapaho military service and the provider ethos since 1950
Hard traveling down the red dirt road: Exploring working-class issues in Louise Erdrich's "Love Medicine" and "The Bingo Palace"
The coyote in the Kawuneeche: Story, relation, and experience in a Rocky Mountian landscape
Let their voices be heard: Understanding the perspectives of Northern Arapaho preschool parents' attitudes and beliefs regarding language revitalization and cultural maintenance
Clovis first? An analysis of space, time, and technology
A tribal critical race theory analysis of academic attainment: A qualitative study of sixteen Northern Arapaho women who earned degrees at the University of Wyoming
Archaeology with altitude: Late Prehistoric settlement and subsistence in the northern Wind River Range, Wyoming
From alcoholism to sobriety: Four Native American women from a Plains Indian Reservation
It takes a village: Decolonization, experiential narrative, and community-centered learning in a reservation bordertown
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