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The American Indian experience : a profile, 1524 to the present

Author: Philip Weeks
Publisher: Arlington Heights, Ill. : Forum Press, [1988] ©1988
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a profile of relations between American Indians and Europeans, and later Americans, from 1524 to 1988. The author points out that Indian policy was formulated from the white perspective, rather than the reverse. And it was, and largely still is, whites who so dramatically affected the American Indians, their lives, culture, and history.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
American Indian experience.
Arlington Heights, Ill. : Forum Press, ©1988
(OCoLC)609233188
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Weeks
ISBN: 0882731173 9780882731179
OCLC Number: 17263378
Description: xv, 320 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: [pt. 1:] From contact to removal. Black robes and Boston men : Indian-White relations in New France and New England, 1524-1701 / James P. Ronda --
Spaniards, Frenchmen, and Indians : European-Indian relations in the greater Southwest / Donald E. Worcester --
Mutual dependency and mutual distrust : Indian-White relations in British America, 1701-1763 / Dwight L. Smith --
Images : the problem of the Indian in the Revolution / Bernard W. Sheehan --
Breaching the Ohio boundary : the western tribes in retreat / George W. Knepper --
The trail of tears : removal of the southern Indians / Theda Perdue --
[pt. 2:] The climatic ordeals. Industrial society and the opening of the West : the American Indian in the Trans-Mississippi West and the impact of the American Civil War / Robert H. Jones --
Fire and sword : ambiguity and the Plains War / Thomas W. Dunlay --
Bitter years : western Indian reservation life / Donald J. Berthrong --
Humanity and reform : Indian policy and the Hayes presidency / Philip Weeks --
To kill a nation : liquidation of the five Indian republics / Arrell Morgan Gibson --
[pt. 3:] Visions of a new order. Reformers' images of the Native Americans : the late nineteenth century / William T. Hagan --
From bullets to boarding schools : the educational assault on the American Indian identity / David Wallace Adams --
Divided heart : the Indian New Deal / Graham D. Taylor --
Dislocated : the federal policy of termination and relocation, 1945-1960 / Donald L. Fixico --
Bury my heart in smog : urban Indians / Blue Clark --
Something old, something new : Indians since World War II / Roger L. Nichols.
Responsibility: edited by Philip Weeks.

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Presents a profile of relations between American Indians and Europeans, and later Americans, from 1524 to 1988. The author points out that Indian policy was formulated from the white perspective, rather than the reverse. And it was, and largely still is, whites who so dramatically affected the American Indians, their lives, culture, and history.

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