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  Volume 47, Number 2, Spring 2000

Table of Contents

From: Ethnohistory

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Changing History in the Lienzos de Guevea and Santo Domingo Petapa

pp. 281-331

The Montagnards and the State in Northern Vietnam from 1802 to 1975: A Historical Overview

pp. 333-368

Settlement Patterns and the Origins of African Jamaican Society: Seville Plantation, St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica

pp. 369-397

Antiquity of Traditional Ethnobiological Knowledge in Amazonia: The Tupi-Guarani Family and Time

pp. 399-422

Women, Kin, and Catholicism: New Perspectives on the Fur Trade

pp. 423-452


Two Khipu, One Narrative: Answering Urton's Questions

pp. 453-468

Review Essays

What's Your Problem?: New Work in Twentieth-Century Native American Ethnohistory

pp. 469-481

Iroquois Policy and Iroquois Culture: Two Histories and an Anthropological Ethnohistory

pp. 483-491

Book Reviews

The Iroquois in the War of 1812 (review)

pp. 493-495

Beyond the Reservation: Indians, Settlers, and the Law in Washington Territory, 1853-1889, and: Indians in the Making: Ethnic Relations and Indian Identities around Puget Sound (review)

pp. 495-498

Colonizing Bodies: Aboriginal Health and Healing in British Columbia, 1900-50, and: Ways of Knowing: Experience, Knowledge, and Power among the Dene Tha (review)

pp. 499-502

The Caddo Chiefdoms: Caddo Economics and Politics, 700-1835 (review)

pp. 503-504

Chiefdoms and Chieftaincy in the Americas (review)

pp. 504-506

Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650 (review)

pp. 506-508

Sex, Sexuality, and the Anthropologist (review)

pp. 508-510

Infelicities: Representations of the Exotic (review)

pp. 510-512