Volume 29, Numbers 2 & 3, 2008

Table of Contents

Foreword

Foreword

pp. vii-viii
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Introduction

Introduction

pp. ix-xv
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“They Found and Left Her an Indian”: Gender, Race, and the Whitening of Young Bear

pp. 1-35
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Her Husband’s Old Age

pp. 36-39
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Making Stories (Artist's Statement)

pp. 40-50
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Red, White, and Black: A Personal Essay on Interracial Marriage

pp. 51-58
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The Narrative of Nancy, A Cherokee Woman

pp. 59-80
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The Benefits of Being Indian: Blood Quanta, Intermarriage, and Allotment Policy on the White Earth Reservation, 1889–1920

pp. 81-105
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“You Think It Strange That I Can Love an Indian”: Native Men, White Women, and Marriage in the Indian Service

pp. 106-145
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Miengun’s Children: Tales from a Mixed-Race Family

pp. 146-185
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Renegotiating Identity: “Primitivism” in 20th Century Art as Family Narrative

pp. 186-223
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 224-226
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