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1993 Bibliography 235 Thombrough, Emma Lou. "The History of Black Women in Indiana," Parts 1, 2. Black History News and Notes 13 (May 1983): 1, 4-8; 14 (August 1983): 4-7. WaId, PrisciUa. becoming 'Colored': The Self-Authorized Language of Difference in Zora Neale Hurston." American Literary History 2 (Spring 1990): 79-100. White, E. Frances. "Africa on My Mind: Gender, Counter Discourse and African-American Nationalism." JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY 2 (Spring 1990): 73-97. WUentz, Gay. 'Toward a Diaspora Literature: Black Women Writers From Africa, the Caribbean, and the U.S." College English 54 (April 1992): 385-405. Wilkerson, Margaret B. "Excavating Our History: The Importance of Biographies of Women of Color." Black American Literature Forum 24 (Spring 1990): 73-84. Wilkinson, Doris Y. "The DoU Exhibit: A Psycho-Cultural Analysis of Black Female Role Stereotypes." Journal of Popular Culture 21, no. 2 (1987): 19-29. Williams, Delores S. "The Color of Feminism: Or Speaking the Black Woman's Tongue." Journal of Religious Thought 43 (Spring/Summer 1986): 42-58. NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN Abbott, Devon. " 'Commendable Progress': Acculturation at the Cherokee Female Seminary." American Indian Quarterly 11 (Summer 1987): 187201 . ---------. "Medicine for the Rosebuds: Health Care at the Cherokee Female Seminary, 1876-1909." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 12, no. 1(1988): 59-71. Ackerman, Lillian A. "The Effect of Missionary Ideals on FamUy Structure and Women's Roles in Plateau Indian Culture." Idaho Yesterdays 31 (Spring/Summer 1987): 64-74. AUen, Susan L. "Progressive Spirit: The Oklahoma and Indian Territory Federation of Women's Clubs." Chronicles of Oklahoma 66 (Spring 1988): 4-21. Babcock, Barbara A. " Ά New Mexican Rebecca': Imaging Pueblo Women." Journal of the Southwest 32 (Winter 1990): 400-437. Bahr, Donald, and Susan Fenger. "Indians and Missions: Homage to and Debate withRuport Costo and Jeanette Henry." Journal of the Southwest 31 (Autumn 1989): 300-321. 236 Journal of Women's History Winter Banks, Anne. "Jessie Donaldson Schultz and Blackfeet Crafts." Montana 33 (Autumn 1983): 18-35. Bernstein, Ahson. "Outgrowing Pocahontas: Toward a New History of American Indian Women." Minority Notes 2 (Spring/Summer 1981). BiUson, Janet Mancini. "Standing Tradition on Its Head: Role Reversal among Blood Indian Couples." Great Plains Quarterly 11 (Winter 1991): 3-21. Brady, Victoria, Sarah Crome, and Lyn Reese. "Resist! Survival Tactics of Indian Women." California History 63 (Spring 1984): 140-151. Braund, Kathryn E. HoUand. "Guardians of Tradition and Handmaidens to Change: Women's Roles in Creek Economic and Social Life rehiring the Eighteenth Century." American Indian Quarterly 14 (Summer 1990): 239-258. Buffalohead, PrisciUa K. "Farmers, Warriors, Traders: A Fresh Look at Ojibway Women." Minnesota History 48 (Summer 1983): 236-244. CasteUano, Marlene Brant. "Women in Huron and Ojibwa Societies." Canadian Woman Studies/Les cahiers de la femme 10 (Summer/FaU 1989): 45-48. Chandler, Robert, and Ronald Quinn. "Emma Is a Good Girl." Californians 8 (January/February 1991): 34-37. Conte, Christine. "Ladies, Livestock, Land and Lucre: Women's Networks and Social Status on the Western Navajo Reservation." American Indian Quarterly 6 (Spring/Summer 1982): 105-124. Ekberg, Carl J. "Marie Rouensa-catea and the Foundations of French IUinois." Illinois Historical Journal 84 (Autumn 1991): 146-160. Emmerich, Lisa E. " 'Right in the Midst of My Own People': Native American Women and the Field Matron Program." American Indian Quarterly 15 (Spring 1991): 201-216. Ewers, John C. "Climate, Acculturation, and Costume: A History of Women's Clothing among the Indians of the Southern Plains." Plains Anthropologist 25 (1980): 63-82. Frisbie, Charlotte J. 'Traditional Navajo Women: Ethnographic and Life History Portrayals." American Indian Quarterly 6 (Spring/Summer 1982): 11-27. Gray, John S. "The Story of Mrs. Picotte-Galpin, a Sioux Heroine: Eagle Woman Learns about White Ways and Racial Conflict, 1820-1868." Montana 36 (Spring 1986): 2-21. ---------. "The Story of Mrs. Picotte-Galpin, a Sioux Heroine: Eagle Woman Becomes a Trader and Counsels for Peace, 1868-1888." Montana 36 (Summer 1986): 2-21. Green, Rayna. "Native American Women: AReview Essay." Signs 6 (Winter 1980): 248-267. 1993 Bibliography 237 Harris, Betty J. 'Tthnicity and Gender in the Global Periphery: A Comparison of Basatho and Navajo Women." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 14...

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