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  Volume 17, Number 2, Summer 2005

Table of Contents

From: Studies in American Indian Literatures

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Special Issue: Honoring A. Lavonne Brown Ruoff

Guest Editor: James Ruppert

Guest Editor's Preface

p. 3
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"There's still more digging to do": A Story in Honor of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff

pp. 5-9
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Eastman's Maternal Ancestry: Letter from Charles Alexander Eastman to H. M. Hitchcock, September 8, 1927

pp. 10-17
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Yellow Women and Leslie Marmon Silko's Feminism

pp. 18-31
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The Queen Writes Back: Lili'uokalani's Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's Queen

pp. 32-62
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"The literature of this nation": LaVonne Ruoff and the Redefinition of American Literary Studies

pp. 63-70
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Grateful for the Push: A Tribute to LaVonne Ruoff

pp. 71-74
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Tribute to LaVonne Brown Ruoff

pp. 75-76
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Footnotes on a Friendship, February 2005

pp. 77-79
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Appreciations

p. 80
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Offering, in Return

pp. 81-82
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Dear LaVonne

p. 83
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A Fair Voice

p. 84
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To LaVonne -- With Good Thoughts

pp. 85-86
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First Impressions of A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff as an Author

pp. 87-88
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An Appreciation

pp. 89-95
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Honoring LaVonne Ruoff

pp. 96-97
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The Archive

pp. 98-99
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Rough Ruoff, Pirate Fighter

p. 100
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The Multi-Missionary Eleanor Roosevelt of American Indian Literatures

pp. 101-105
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Thank You, LaVonne

p. 106
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In Praise of Old Friendships

pp. 108-109
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Those Treasured Purple-Inked Pages

p. 109
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Contributors

Contributor Biographies

pp. 111-115
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