1. Editor's Commentary
  2. James Riding In
  3. pp. 5-8
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  1. UNDRIP (United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples): Human, Civil, and Indigenous Rights
  2. Duane Champagne
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  1. Arizona Criminalizes Indigenous Knowledge
  2. Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez
  3. pp. 23-25
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  1. Unlimited Limitations: The Navajos' Winters Rights Deemed Worthless in the 2012 Navajo–Hopi Little Colorado River Settlement
  2. Melanie K. Yazzie
  3. pp. 26-37
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  1. "We Honor the House": Lived Heritage, Memory, and Ambiguity at the Cathlapotle Plankhouse
  2. Jon Daehnke
  3. pp. 38-64
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  1. The Extermination of Kennewick Man's Authenticity through Discourse
  2. Cynthia-Lou Coleman
  3. pp. 65-76
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  1. Today She Sits among Them: Spiritual Leadership, Continuity, and Renewal in the Cowlitz Indian Tribe
  2. Christine Dupres
  3. pp. 77-99
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  1. Voyageur Re-presentations and Complications: Frances Anne Hopkins and the Métis Nation of Ontario
  2. Gloria Jane Bell
  3. pp. 100-118
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  1. The Work of Sovereignty: Tribal Labor Relations and Self-Determination at the Navajo Nation by David Kamper (review)
  2. Michelle Hale
  3. pp. 119-123
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  1. Reservation "Capitalism": Economic Development in Indian Country by Robert J. Miller (review)
  2. Eddie F. Brown
  3. pp. 123-126
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