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introduction Women, Work, and Survival / 3 chapter 1 Work, Art, and Dakota Subsistence / 17 chapter 2 The Fur Trade and the Treaty of 1837 / 39 chapter 3 Gender and Resistance / 67 chapter 4 Separate Survival / 93 chapter 5 Dakota Tradition at Santee and Flandreau / 119 chapter 6 Work, Gender, and the Dakota Church / 143 epilogue Indian Renaissance and Dakota Women’s Art / 171 contents 00front_Manu 2/17/2012 07:31 Page vii acknowledgments 183 notes 189 bibliography 211 index 225 Illustration Credits 239 00front_Manu 2/17/2012 07:31 Page viii Dakota Women’s Work 00front_Manu 2/17/2012 07:31 Page 1 00front_Manu 2/17/2012 07:31 Page 2 2 ...



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  • Dakota women -- History.
  • Dakota women -- Social conditions.
  • Dakota women -- Economic conditions.
  • Dakota Indians -- Industries.
  • Dakota beadwork.
  • Indian leatherwork.
  • Quillwork.
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