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Indian Boyhood

Author : Charles A. Eastman
ISBN : 9780486138831
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Chronicles first 15 years in life of a native Santee Sioux Indian in mid-19th century: childhood memories, training in the hunt, woodlore, religious practices, medicine men, more. 13 illustrations.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

My Indian Boyhood

Author : Luther Standing Bear
ISBN : 0803293623
Genre : History
File Size : 72.26 MB
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Classic memoir of life, experience, and education of a Lakota child in the late 1800s.
Category: History

Indian Boyhood

Author : Charles Alexander Eastman
ISBN : 9781406855449
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 82.79 MB
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First published 1902. Eastman was a Native American, writer, physician and reformer of Santee-Sioux and Anglo-American ancestry. He was active in politics and American Indian rights and helped found the Boy Scouts of America.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Indian Boyhood

Author : Ohiyesa Charles a. Eastman
ISBN : 0368283763
Genre : Humor
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This edition of Indian Boyhood by AKA Ohiyesa . Charles A. Eastman is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
Category: Humor

Reimagining Indian Country

Author : Nicolas G. Rosenthal
ISBN : 9780807869994
Genre : History
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For decades, most American Indians have lived in cities, not on reservations or in rural areas. Still, scholars, policymakers, and popular culture often regard Indians first as reservation peoples, living apart from non-Native Americans. In this book, Nicolas Rosenthal reorients our understanding of the experience of American Indians by tracing their migration to cities, exploring the formation of urban Indian communities, and delving into the shifting relationships between reservations and urban areas from the early twentieth century to the present. With a focus on Los Angeles, which by 1970 had more Native American inhabitants than any place outside the Navajo reservation, Reimagining Indian Country shows how cities have played a defining role in modern American Indian life and examines the evolution of Native American identity in recent decades. Rosenthal emphasizes the lived experiences of Native migrants in realms including education, labor, health, housing, and social and political activism to understand how they adapted to an urban environment, and to consider how they formed--and continue to form--new identities. Though still connected to the places where indigenous peoples have preserved their culture, Rosenthal argues that Indian identity must be understood as dynamic and fully enmeshed in modern global networks.
Category: History

The Indian History Of An American Institution

Author : Colin G. Calloway
ISBN : 9781584659075
Genre : Social Science
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Dartmouth College began life as an Indian school, a pretense that has since been abandoned. Still, the institution has a unique, if complicated, relationship with Native Americans and their history. Beginning with Samson OccomÕs role as the first Òdevelopment officerÓ of the college, Colin G. Calloway tells the entire, complex story of DartmouthÕs historical and ongoing relationship with Native Americans. Calloway recounts the struggles and achievements of Indian attendees and the history of Dartmouth alumniÕs involvements with American Indian affairs. He also covers more recent developments, such as the mascot controversies, the emergence of an active Native American student organization, and the partial fulfillment of a promise deferred. This is a fascinating picture of an elite American institution and its troubled relationshipÑ at times compassionate, at times conflictedÑwith Indians and Native American culture.
Category: Social Science

The Soul Of An Indian

Author : Kent Nerburn
ISBN : 1577312589
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ohiyesa, a Dakota Indian also known as Charles Alexander Eastman, is one of America's most fascinating and overlooked individuals. Born in Minnesota in 1858, he obtained postgraduate degrees and advised U.S. presidents before returning to traditional living in native forests. This reissue contains Ohiyesa's insights on spirit, the human experience, and white culture's impact on Native American culture.
Category: Literary Criticism