Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism, paper ed

$33.50

Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism traces the origins of the Red Power movement of Native Americans to the student activism of the National Indian Youth Council (NIYC), founded in Gallup, New Mexico, in 1961. The main goals of this organization were principles of tribal sovereignty, self determination, treaty rights, and cultural preservation. The main characters in the development of this youth organizations were Clyde Warrior, Shirley Hill Witt, Mel Thom, Bruce Wilkie, and Hank Adams.

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Never Come to Peace Again: Pontiac's Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America, paper ed

$26.33

Never Come to Peace Again: Pontiac's Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America is the seventh volume in the University of Oklahoma Press' The Campaigns and Commanders series. Author David Dixon is Professor of History at Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania. A study of the 1763-66 resistance in which Odawa chief Pontiac led Nations of the Ohio Valley in a revolt against British forces, who had taken possession of forts lost by the French in the Seven Years' War. This volume is the first complete account of Pontiac's resistance to appear in nearly fifty years.

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Students of Sherman Indian School: Education and Native Identity Since 1892, The, paper ed

$32.32

The Students of Sherman Indian School: Education and Native Identity Since 1892 offers the first full history of Sherman Indian School’s 100-plus years, a history that reflects federal Indian education policy since the late nineteenth century. Sherman Indian High School, as it is known today, began in 1892 as Perris Indian School on eighty acres south of Riverside, California, with nine students.

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Contours of a People: Metis Family, Mobility, and History, paper ed

$50.30

Contours of a People: Métis Family, Mobility, and History presents a far-ranging collection of 14 essays about Métis history and family in Canada that considers issues ranging from Métis rights under Canadian law and how the Library of Congress categorizes Métis scholarship to the role of women in maintaining economic and social networks. What does it mean to be Métis? How do the Métis understand their world, and how do family, community, and location shape their consciousness?

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Speculators in Empire: Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix, hardcover ed

$50.30

Speculators in Empire: Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix by William J.Campbell, assistant professor of history at California State University, explores the Six Nations Iroquois-British diplomacy leading up to this historic treaty. At the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix, the British secured the largest land cession in colonial North America. Crown representatives gained possession of an area claimed but not occupied by the Iroquois that encompassed parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

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Iroquois Art, Power, and History, hardcover ed

$92.40

Iroquois Art, Power, and History is the richly illustrated book, written by art historian and anthropology professor Neal B. Keating. He explores Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Iroquois) visual expression through more than five thousand years, from its emergence in North America into the early twenty-first century. The 348-page volume draws on extensive archival research and fieldwork with Haudenosaunee artists and communities allowing the voices of the artists to speak to the reader.

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Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism, hardcover ed

$38.95

Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism traces the origins of the Red Power movement of Native Americans to the student activism of the National Indian Youth Council (NIYC), founded in Gallup, New Mexico, in 1961. The main goals of this organization were principles of tribal sovereignty, self determination, treaty rights, and cultural preservation. The main characters in the development of this youth organizations were Clyde Warrior, Shirley Hill Witt, Mel Thom, Bruce Wilkie, and Hank Adams.

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First Manhattans: A History of the Indians of Greater New York, paper ed

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First Manhattans: A History of the Indians of Greater New York by anthropologist Robert Grumet is a summary of his previous title, The Munsee Indians: A History. This 276-page history of the Munsees (Delaware, Lenape) people whose ancestral homeland lay between the lower Hudson and upper Delaware River valleys contacted early explorers in the 1520s. The book covers the period of contact, conflict, fraudulent land dealings, the 1702 Great Peace, and their dispersal in the 1760s. Today the Munsees reside in Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Ontario.

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Munsee Indians: A History, The, hardcover ed

$55.00

The Munsee Indians: A History is a 446-page anthropological history of the Munsee or Delaware Nation from first contact to the American Revolution. Using archival and archaeological sources the author covers vast amounts of history in this 2009 publication. Chapters discuss the contact period from 1524 to 1664; land rights and transactions; epidemics; wars; the Great Peace of 1701; the role of missionaries and land speculation. The book contains a chronology, extensive bibliography, and an index.

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