Volume 26, Number 3, Summer 2002

Table of Contents

From: The American Indian Quarterly

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"Determined to burn off the entire country": Prospectors, Caribou, and the Denesuline in Northern Saskatchewan, 1900-1940

pp. 335-359
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Our Wealth Sits on the Table: Food, Resistance, and Salmon Farming in Two First Nations Communities

pp. 360-377
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When Indigenous Rights and Wilderness Collide: Prosecution of Native Americans for Using Motors in Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area

pp. 378-392
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Journalistic Opinion as Free Speech or Promoting Racial Unrest? The Case of Ric Dolphin and the Calgary Herald's Editorial Presentation of Native Culture

pp. 393-417
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Identity, Sovereignty, and Power: The Cherokee-Delaware Agreement of 1867, Past and Present

pp. 418-435
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The Comic Vision of Anishinaabe Culture and Religion

pp. 436-459
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"People Speaking Silently to Themselves": An Examination of Keith Basso's Philosophical Speculations on "Sense of Place" in Apache Cultures

pp. 460-478
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The Inuit's Struggle with Dioxins and Other Organic Pollutants

pp. 479-490
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Commentary

Re-inscribing Mythopoetic Vision in Native American Studies

pp. 491-500
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Recent Dissertations

Recent Dissertations

pp. 501-504
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 506-507
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Submission Information

Submission Information

p. 507
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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

p. iii
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