Visions of an Enduring People: A Reader in Native American Studies / Edition 2

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A collection of readings that speak to common experiences of Indian people, intended to spark discussion on the culture, histories, and contemporary issues which have shaped American Indians. Contemporary issues such as preservation of culture, religious freedom, gaming, and health are placed in their historical and cultural context. Many selections are written by American Indian scholars and journalists. Some topics include Crow kinship systems, Indian tribes and pan- Indianism in 20th century culture, and diabetes among Native Americans. The book is not indexed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787274399
  • Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 1/1/2000
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 398

Table of Contents

Acknowledgement
Introduction
Part 1 Culture
Chapter 1 Everything Has to Be in Balance 3
Chapter 2 Men Who Are of the Good Mind 11
Chapter 3 Crow Kinship Systems 19
Chapter 4 From Blue Horses Rush In 31
"Sometimes On Summer Evenings"
"Notes for the Children"
Chapter 5 Shadow of a Nation: The Crows, Once Proud Warriors, Now Seek Glory--but Often Find Tragedy--in Basketball 37
Chapter 6 A Woman of the People 55
Chapter 7 Meatless Pemmican: Indian Tribes, Identity, and Pan Indianism in 20th Century Culture 67
Chapter 8 American Indian Identities: Issues of Individual Choices and Development 87
Chapter 9 This is How They Were Placed for Us 117
Part 2 History, Policy and Law
Chapter 10 Commentary: The Cost of Columbus 123
Chapter 11 Federal Indian Policy: A Summary 137
Chapter 12 In 1864 149
Chapter 13 Politics of Allotment 153
Chapter 14 A Clear signal from Congress is Needed on Indian Rights 171
Chapter 15 Indian Rights Deserve International Protections 177
Chapter 16 Sacred Lands and Religious Freedom 185
Part 3 Contemporary Issues
Chapter 17 Native Americans at a Glance 199
Chapter 18 The Reburial of American Indian Remains and Funerary Objects 207
Chapter 19 The Tribe Called Wannabee: Playing Indian in America and Europe 215
Chapter 20 Notes from Indian Country: Mascots 249
"Pepsico Stand Against Mascots Is the Right One Baby"
"Mascot Issue Won't Go Away and Neither Will Indian People"
Chapter 21 Prophets for Profit 253
"Lakota Rituals Being Sold" 253
"Medicine Men for Rent" 255
"Sacred Pipe Keeper Fears Feds Will Step In" 259
"After The Sweat: Caviar, Wine and Cheese" 263
"False Prophets Will Suffer" 265
"Oh Shinnah; Prophet for Profit" 267
"Paid Ads Call Her 'Medicine Woman'" 272
"Sun Dances Take Place on Artificial Turf" 274
"Is Lame Deer Society of Europe Real?" 277
"Sacred Pipe Center of Debate" 281
"'Ticket to Ride' on the Good Red Road" 286
"Patchwork of Rituals for Sale" 289
"'Spiritual Orphans' Peddle Religion in Great Round" 291
"'Real Sex' Offends Cherokee" 295
Chapter 22 Gaming: The Apex of a Long Struggle 299
Chapter 23 Diabetes Among Native Americans 319
Chapter 24 The State and the American Indian: Who Gets the Indian Child? 337
Chapter 25 The Fragile Grandparent 355
Chapter 26 Reading the Clouds: Native Perspectives on Southwestern Environments 375
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