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  2. Neil L. Whitehead
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  1. Pocahontas at the Fair: Crafting Identities at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition
  2. Frederic W. Gleach
  3. pp. 419-445
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  1. Simulating Culture: Being Indian for the Tourists in Lac du Flambeau's Wa-Swa-Gon Indian Bowl
  2. Larry Nesper
  3. pp. 447-472
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  1. Tourists and Tribes in the "New" South Africa
  2. Gerhard Schutte
  3. pp. 473-487
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  1. Milpa As an Ideological Weapon: Tourism and Maya Migration to Cancun
  2. Re Cruz, Alicia, 1962-
  3. pp. 489-502
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  1. Two Kwakwaka'wakw Museums: Heritage and Politics
  2. Marie Mauze
  3. pp. 503-522
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  1. Welcome to This House: A Century of Makah People Honoring Identity and Negotiating Cultural Tourism
  2. Patricia Pierce Erikson
  3. pp. 523-547
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  1. Imagining the Nation with House Odds: Representing American Indian Identity at Mashantucket
  2. Bodinger de Uriarte, John J
  3. pp. 549-565
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  1. Cultural Displays and Tourism in Africa and the Americas
  2. Kathleen M. Adams
  3. pp. 567-573
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  1. Staged Encounters: Postmodern Tourism and Aboriginal People
  2. Michael Eugene Harkin
  3. pp. 575-585
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  1. Native Peoples and Tourism: An Introduction
  2. Larry Nesper
  3. pp. 415-417
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