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  Volume 51, Number 3, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

From: Ethnohistory

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Seneca Moieties and Hereditary Chieftainships: The Early-Nineteenth-Century Political Organization of an Iroquois Nation

pp. 459-488

The Struggle for Mapuche Shamans' Masculinity: Colonial Politics of Gender, Sexuality, and Power in Southern Chile

pp. 489-533

Colonial Routes: Reorienting the Northern Frontier of British India

pp. 535-565

Documenting Historic Metis in Ontario

pp. 567-607

Punitive Expeditions and Divine Revenge: Oral and Colonial Histories of Rebellion and Pacification in Western Borneo, 1886-1902

pp. 609-636

Review Essays

Recent Work on the Northwest Coast

pp. 637-643

Russian Sources on Aboriginal Alaska

pp. 645-648

Book Reviews

Writing Violence on the Northern Frontier: The Historiography of Sixteenth-Century New Mexico and Florida and the Legacy of Conquest, and: Conquest and Catastrophe: Changing Rio Grande Pueblo Settlement Patterns in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (review)

pp. 649-653

Ishi in Three Centuries (review)

pp. 653-655

Father Francis Craft, Missionary to the Sioux (review)

pp. 655-657

Natural and Moral History of the Indies (review)

pp. 657-658

Uneven Ground: American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Law (review)

pp. 658-660

Strangers to Relatives: The Adoption and Naming of Anthropologists in Native North America (review)

pp. 660-662

Rebirth of the Blackfeet Nation, 1912-1954 (review)

pp. 662-663

The Mestizo Mind: The Intellectual Dynamics of Colonization and Globalization (review)

pp. 663-667

Dine: A History of the Navajos, and: "For Our Navajo People:" Dine Letters, Speeches and Petitions 1900-1960 (review)

pp. 667-669

Signs of Cherokee Culture: Sequoyah's Syllabary in Eastern Cherokee Life (review)

pp. 669-671

Women and the Conquest of California, 1542-1840: Codes of Silence (review)

pp. 671-673

Deadliest Enemies: Law and the Making of Race Relations on and off Rosebud Reservation (review)

pp. 673-674

Memories of the Slave Trade: Ritual and the Historical Imagination in Sierra Leone (review)

pp. 675-676