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311 Index Page numbers in italics represent illustrations. Act for the Government and Protection of Indians (1850), 106, 110–11 Activism: African American, 207, 264; AIM at Wounded Knee and, 202; Alcatraz Island occupation and, 201–3, 204, 205, 206, 221, 233; Alexie’s film and, 197; of Cherokees, 216; in Chicago, 213–14, 219, 221–22; Civil Rights Era, 200–204, 206, 207, 264; Cobb’s analysis of, 202; fish-ins, 202; Indian, 197, 206–7, 220–21, 233, 264, 289; Indians at Work spurred, 192; NAGPRA and, 233; nonviolent movements as, 151, 157; offreservation , 13; political 200; postWWII , 289; Red Power movement and, 201–5, 247, 253 (n. 3); rights and, 3, 197, 199, 213–14; sovereignty rights and, 201–5; teaching about American Indian, 197–207; textbooks on, 200–203, 206; themes of, 197–98, 199, 202, 205; Trail of Broken Treaties and, 201, 202, 203, 233 Adams, John Quincy, 41 (n. 13), 93, 96 Adelman, Jeremy, 12 Africa: Azande labor and taxation in, 300; Carolina slaves from, 124–26; colonial land policies in, 298; mapped ethnicity from, 76; Portuguese in, 89; slave labor from, 31, 44, 53, 76, 120, 124–29, 127, 263; syllabi on slaves from, 119–20 African Americans: activism of, 207, 264; civil rights, 206, 207, 264; Great Migration of, 210; in New Deal era, 184; slave population of, 279 Agorondajats (Good Peter), 63 Agriculture, 12, 29, 137, 279, 290; Caddo and, 110; in California, 110; Indians at Work on, 188; labor and, 60, 188, 245, 300; in Phoenix, 242; sedentary, 9, 10; textbooks on, 152 Ahhontan, Sarah, 58 AICC. See American Indian Chicago Conference AIM. See American Indian Movement AIRFA. See American Indian Religious Freedom Act Alaska, 90, 91, 224 (n. 2); Native population , 210; reservations and, 210; totem pole carvers, 190 Albuquerque, New Mexico, 219; power lines and, 241 Alcatraz Island: AIM at, 221; cell block entrance at, 204; Discovery Doctrine used at, 206; Indians of All tribes and, 203, 206; occupation of, 201, 202, 205, 206, 233 Alcatraz Is Not an Island (PBS film), 206 Alcohol, 35, 36, 40, 230 Alexie, Sherman, 197 Algic languages, 12 Algonquian Indians, 47, 60 Allotment: Fletcher and, 259–60, 267–68, 270; Nez Perce, 68, 259, 260, 264–65, 267–69, 272 (n. 31); reservation monies and, 230. See also Dawes Act All Tribes, 222; at Alcatraz, 206 All Tribes American Indian Center, 203, 204, 219 312 Index Alvarado, Juan (governor), 103 Álvarez Barreiro, Francisco, 20, 21 America: A Concise History (Henretta et al.), 71, 85 (n. 8) America: A Narrative History (Tindall and Shi), 71, 199, 83 (n. 1), 85 (n. 8) American Historical Review, 261 American Horizons (Schaller et al.), 71, 85 (nn. 8, 9) American Indian Chicago Conference (AICC), 204 American Indian Ethnic Renewal: Red Power and the Resurgence of Identity and Culture (Nagel), 201–2, 203, 253 American Indian Movement (AIM), 202, 221–22 American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA, 1978), 233, 235 American Indian Village (Chicago), 222 American Nation, The (Davidson et al.), federalism in, 282–83 American Pageant, The (Kennedy et al.), 107, 109, 112–13 “American” paradigm, 276 American Promise, The: A Compact History (Roark et al.), 4, 107, 108, 112–13 American Revolution: causes of, 263; Native neutrality in, 60–61; Native women in, 2, 57–59, 65, 66, 67 (n. 3); settler-colonialism and, 263 American River, 108–9 American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia (Morgan), 44 American Sunday School Union Press, 167 Anderson, Benedict, 262 Anderson, Dean, 35 Anthropology, indigenous peoples and, 220, 259, 299 Apache Nation, 10, 152, 158; Civil War demands on, 142; Mescalero, 143; at San Carlos family camp, 190; as slaves in Montreal and Caribbean, 126 Apalachee Indians, 23, 125 Apess, William, 167 “Apple,” 252 Arapaho Indians, 23, 144–45, 152; as migratory, 291 Archives of Instruction: NineteenthCentury Rhetorics, Readers, and Composition Books in the United States (Carr et al.), 172, 178 (n. 2) Arikara Indians, 23, 158 Arizona, 142, 152; energy growth in, 241, 242, 247, 253 Aron, Steve, 12 Articles of Agreement and Cession (1802), 279 Assimilation: Nez Perce, 151; policy of, 262, 267, 297; religion and, 229; surname change and, 297; urbanization and, 297 Assiniboine Indians, 23, 190, 291 Astor, John Jacob, 92, 96, 97 Astoria, 92, 93–94, 96–97 Athabaskan languages, 12 Atlantic world, 22, 31, 277 Australia, 261–62, 295, 298, 302; Captain Cook claimed, 91 Axtell, James, 41 (n. 4) Bacon, Nathaniel, 43, 46–50, 51, 52 Bacon’s Rebellion...

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9781469623368
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9781469621210
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OCLC
907238489
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352
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2015-07-23
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English
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