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- The American Indian Quarterly
- University of Nebraska Press
- The Influenza Epidemic of 1918–1920 among the Navajos: Marginality, Mortality, and the Implications of Some Neglected Eyewitness Accounts Volume 38, Number 4, Fall 2014, pp. 459-491
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This issue contains 9 articles in total
- Indigenous Nations and Modern States: The Political Emergence of Nations Challenging State Power by Rudolph C. Rÿser (review)
- From Boys to Men of Heart: Hunting as Rite of Passage by Randall L. Eaton (review)
- Teach Our Children Well: On Addressing Negative Stereotypes in Schools
- Power of the Spoken Word
- Playing Indian in the Works of Rebecca Belmore, Marilyn Dumont, and Ray Young Bear
- The Influenza Epidemic of 1918–1920 among the Navajos: Marginality, Mortality, and the Implications of Some Neglected Eyewitness Accounts
- Tribes in “Unexpected Places”: The NLRA, Tribal Economic Actors, and Common Law Expectations of Tribal Authenticity
- Salt, Sand, and Sweetgrass: Methodologies for Exploring the Seasonal Basket Trade in Southern Maine
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