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Native American Ethnocide

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On the Web: Articles

On the Web: Specialized Sites

In the Library: Articles

Adler, Joyce. "Melville on the White man's war against the American Indian," Science & Society 36,4 (win 72):417-42.

Ahern, Wilbert H. "An experiment aborted: returned Indian students in the Indian School Service, 1881-1908," Ethnohistory 44,2 (spr 97):263-304.

Barnett, Louise K. "19th-c. Indian hater fiction: a paradigm for racism," South Atlantic Quarterly 74 (1975):224-36.

Devens, Carol. "'If we get the girls, we get the race': missionary education of Native American girls," Journal of World History 3,2 (fall 92):219-38.

Estades Font, María E. "Las conferencias del Lago Mohonk (1883-1916): propuestas para la americanización de indios norteamericanos y puertorriqueños," Revista Mexicana del Caribe 2 (1999).

Fine-Dare, Kathleen S. "Disciplinary renewal out of national disgrace: Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act compliance in the academy," Radical History Review 68 (spr 97):25-53.

Sider, Gerald. "When parrots learn to talk, & why they can't: domination, deception & self-deception in Indian-White relations," Comparative Studies in Society & History 29 (1987):3-23.

Starna, William A. "'Public ethnohistory' & Native American communities: history or administrative genocide?" Radical History Review (spr 92):126-40.

Stillwagon, Eileen M. "Anti-Indian agitation & economic interests," Monthly Review 33,6 (11/81):28-41.

Various authors. "American Indian policy: a symposium," Ethnohistory 3 (1956):97-153.

Washburn, Wilcomb E. "Indian removal policy: administrative, historical & moral criteria for judging its success or failure," Ethnohistory 12 (1965):274-8.

Young, M.E. "Indian removal & land allottment: the civilized tribes & Jacksonian justice," American Historical Review 64 (1958-59):31-46.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Berkhofer, Robert F. Salvation & the Savage: An Analysis of Protestant Missions & American Indian Response, 1787-1862 (Lexington: U. of Kentucky, 1965).

Clifton, James A. (ed.) The Invented Indian: Cultural Fictions & Government Policies (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1990).

Coleman, Michael C. Presbyterian Missionary Attitudes toward American Indians, 1837-1893 (Jackson: U. of Mississippi, 1985).

Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth. Anti-Indianism in Modern America. A Voice from Tatekeya’s Earth (Champaign/Urbana, 2001).

Chakma, Suhas & Marianne Jensen (eds.) Racism against Indigenous Peoples (Copenhagen: IWGIA, 2001).

Child, Brenda J. Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940 (Lincoln: U. of Nebraska, 1998).

Deloria, Philip J. Playing Indian (New Haven: Yale, 1998). On White America's appropriation of Native American culture for purposes of establishing identity, from the Boston Tea Party to the Boy Scouts & hippies.

Deloria, Vinbe. Jr. Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto (NY, 1969).

Fey, Harold E & D'Arcy McNickle. Indians & Other Americans (NY, 1959).

Fleras, Augie & Jean Leonard Elliott. The "Nations Within": Aboriginal-State Relations in Canada, the US & New Zealand (Don Mills ONT: Oxford, 1992).

Fritz, Henry E. The Movement for Indian Assimilation, 1860-1890 (Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania, 1963).

Harley, Robert Bruce. Seek & Ye Shall Find: St. Boniface Indian Industrial School, 1888-1978 (San Bernardino CA: Catholic Diocese, 1994).

Keller, Jean A. Empty Beds: Indian Student Health at Sherman Institute, 1902-1922 (East Lansing: Michigan State U. 2002).

Koning, Hans. The Conquest of America: How the Indian Nations Lost Their Continent (NY: Monthly Review, 199?).

Littlefield, Holly. Children of the Indian Boarding Schools (Minneapolis: Carol Rhoda, 2001).

Priest, Loring B. Uncle Sam's Stepchildren: The Reformation of US Indian Policy, 1865-1887 (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1942).

Prucha, Francis Paul. American Indian Policy in the Formative Years: The Indian Trade & Intercourse Acts, 1790-1834 (Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1962).

__________ (ed.) Americanizing the American Indians (Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1973). Anthology of writings of 19th-c. reformers.

__________. The Great Father: The US Government & the American Indians (2 vols.; Lincoln: U. of Nebraska, 1984).

Riney, Scott. The Rapid City Indian School, 1898-1933 (Norman: U. of Oklahoma, 1999).

Rogin, Michael Paul. Fathers & Children: Andrew Jackson & the Subjugation of the American Indian (NY, 1975).

Satz, Ronald. American Indian Policy in the Jacksonian Era (Lincoln: U. of Nebraska, 1975).

Szasz, Margaret. Education & the American Indian: The Road to Self-Determination, 1928-1973 (Albuquerque: U. of New Mexico, 1974).

Tatum, Lawrie. Our Red Brothers & the Peace Policy of Ulysses S. Grant (Lincoln: U. of Nebraska, 19??).

Vernon, Irene S. Killing Us Quietly: Native Americans & HIV/AIDS (Lincoln: U. Nebraska, 2001).

Wallace, Anthony F.C. Jefferson & the Indians: The Tragic Fate of the First Americans (NY: Cambridge, 1999).

In the Library: Fiction

Forbes, Jack D. Only Approved Indians: Stories (Norman: U. of Oklahoma, 1995).

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Photography

CD & Audio:

Film & Video:

"In the White Man's Image" [1997], by Christian Lesiak, 58m. From PBS. Story of Richard Henry Pratt & the Carlisle School for Indians.

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