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The Great Confusion in Indian Affairs *final holm pages 5/18/05 4:29 PM Page i THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK THE GREAT CONFUSION IN INDIAN AFFAIRS ative mericans & hites in the rogressive ra Tom Holm University of Texas Press Austin *final holm pages 5/18/05 4:29 PM Page iii Copyright ©  by the University of Texas Press All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America First edition,  Requests for permission to reproduce material from this work should be sent to Permissions, University of Texas Press, Box , Austin, TX -. The paper used in this book meets the minimum requirements of ansi/niso z.- (r) (Permanence of Paper). Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Holm, Tom, 1946– The great confusion in Indian affairs : Native Americans and whites in the progressive era / Tom Holm.— 1st ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0-292-70688-x (cloth : alk. paper)—isbn 0-292-70962-5 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Indians of North America—Cultural assimilation. 2. Indians of North America —Government relations. 3. Indians of North America—Politics and government. 4. Indians in popular culture. 5. Assimilation (Sociology)—United States—History. 6. United States—Social policy. 7. United States—Race relations. 8. United States— Politics and government. I. Title. e98.c89h65 2005 305.897'073'09041—dc22 2005003871 *final holm pages 5/18/05 4:29 PM Page iv For my grandchildren, Ezikiel, Joaquin, and Sadie Grace *final holm pages 5/18/05 4:29 PM Page v THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ...


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