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  Volume 29, Number 1&2, Winter/Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: The American Indian Quarterly

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In Memoriam: Virgil Masayesva 1948-2005

p. viii
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Relating Practice to Theory in Indigenous Entrepreneurship: A Pilot Investigation of the Kitsaki Partnership Portfolio

pp. 1-23
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"None Excel Them in Virtue and Honesty": Ecclesiastical and Military Descriptions of the Gila River Pima, 1694-1848

pp. 24-55
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Constructions and Contestations of the Authoritative Voice: Native American Communities and the Federal Writers' Project, 1935-41

pp. 56-83
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Zitkala-Sa and the Problem of Regionalism: Nations, Narratives, and Critical Traditions

pp. 84-123
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An Odyssey among the Iroquois: A History of Tutelo Relations in New York

pp. 124-155
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The Elimination of Indigenous Mascots, Logos, and Nicknames: Organizing on College Campuses

pp. 156-177
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"A Happiness That Sleeps with Sadness": An Examination of "White Scabs" in Fools Crow

pp. 178-197
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Interviews

Interview with James Welch (1940-2003): November 17, 2001

pp. 198-211
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An Odyssey among the Iroquois: A History of Tutelo Relations in New York

pp. 212-225
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Poetry

When I close my eyes and think of my home place

pp. 226-227
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Commentary

Indigenous Voice and Vision as Commodity in a Mass-Consumption Society: The Colonial Politics of Public Opinion Polling

pp. 228-238
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Editorial Commentary

Choosing America's Heroes and Villains: Lessons Learned from the Execution of Silon Lewis

pp. 239-262
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Review Essays

Forging Indigenous Methodologies on Cape Flattery: The Makah Museum as a Center of Collaborative Research

pp. 263-273
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Colonization as Subtext in James Welch's Winter in the Blood

pp. 274-280
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Book Reviews

Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (review)

pp. 281-285
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Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (review)

pp. 285-288
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Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, and: Peace, Power and Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto (review)

pp. 288-292
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The Lightning Shrikes (review)

pp. 292-294
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Native American Power in the United States, 1783-1795 (review)

pp. 294-295
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Shapeshift (review)

pp. 295-296
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The Vengeful Wife and Other Blackfoot Stories (review)

pp. 296-297
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Celluloid Nationalism and Other Melodramas: From Post-Revolutionary Mexico to fin de siglo Mexamerica (review)

pp. 297-302
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Visions of a Huichol Shaman (review)

pp. 302-304
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Native Americans, Archaeologists, and the Mounds (review)

pp. 304-306
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The Diamond Doorknob (review)

pp. 306-308
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Print the Legend: Photography and the American West (review)

pp. 308-310
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Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, and Victoria Howard (review)

pp. 310-313
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The Cherokee Removal: A Brief History with Documents (review)

pp. 313-314
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George Washington Grayson and the Creek Nation, 1843-1920 (review)

pp. 314-316
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 316-321
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 322-324
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 325-330
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 330-333
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 334-337
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Toward a Native American Critical Theory (review)

pp. 337-339
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James River Chiefdoms: The Rise of Social Inequality in the Chesapeake (review)

pp. 340-341
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Bringing Them under Subjection: California's Tejon Reservation and Beyond, 1852-1864 (review)

pp. 341-344
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American Indian Thought: Philosophical Essays (review)

pp. 344-347
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Recent Dissertations

Recent Dissertations

pp. 348-352
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 353-355
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Research Areas

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