In this Book

The University of Alabama Press
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Imagine a world where the American government signed a conservation act to "restore all indigenous flora and fauna to the Great Plains," which means suddenly the Great Plains are Indian again. Now fast-forward fourteen years to a bowling alley deep in the Indian Territories. People that bowling alley with characters named LP Deal, Cat Stand, Mary Boy, Courtney Peltdowne, Back Iron, Denim Horse, Naitche, and give them a chance to find a treaty signed under duress by General Sherman, which effectively gives all of the Americas back to the Indians, only hide that treaty in a stolen pipe, put it in a locker, and flush the key down the toilet. Ask LP Deal and the rest what they will trade to get that key back--maybe, everything.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. pp. 1-1
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. 2-13
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  1. Ten Little Indians
  2. pp. 13-39
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  1. The Only Good Indian
  2. pp. 43-51
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  1. Indian Corn
  2. pp. 53-61
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  1. Skin Deep
  2. pp. 63-73
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  1. Indian Burn
  2. pp. 75-97
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  1. Birds of a Feather
  2. pp. 101-109
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  1. Roses are Red
  2. pp. 111-117
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  1. A Good Day to Die Again
  2. pp. 121-130
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  1. Make Him Dance
  2. pp. 131-136
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  1. Blue Moons
  2. pp. 137-143
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  1. Red Dawn
  2. pp. 145-160
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  1. Terms
  2. pp. 163-173
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  1. Artefacts
  2. pp. 175-179
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