Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928.
Bullying the Moqui.
[Prescott, Ariz.] Prescott College Press, 1968
Charles Fletcher Lummis; Robert Easton; D Mackenzie Brown
|注意：||"Articles ... published in the California magazine Out West between April and October of 1903."|
|描述：||xi, 132 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Bullying the Moqui --
In retrospect --
Lummis and Roosevelt.
|責任：||by Charles F. Lummis ; edited with an introduction by Robert Easton and Mackenzie Brown.|
Bullying the Moqui is the dramatic story of the attempts to forcibly "civilize" the Hopi Indians of Arizona by herding the children to government schools at gunpoint, by "scalping" the men with sheepshears and suppressing the sacred dances and religious ceremonies. This book not only preserves the brilliant journalistic record of Charles Fletcher Lummis' campaign against the Indian policies but reveals fresh research on his personal relationship with Theodore Roosevelt and his influence upon the President's views of the American Indian -- Book jacket.