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Culturicide, resistance, and survival of the Lakota ("Sioux Nation")

Author: James V Fenelon
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 1998.
Series: Native Americans (Garland Publishing, Inc.)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This ground-breaking work develops theories and methods of analyzing the United States' domination of Native Americans through a study of the Lakota society known as the ""Sioux Nation of Indians."" Two centuries of struggle between nations and cultures during the U.S. expansion over North America are described utilizing policy (BIA) and cross-cultural (US-Lakota) history, with insightful additions to understanding  Read more...
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Fenelon, James V.
Culturicide, resistance, and survival of the Lakota ("Sioux Nation")
(DLC) 98022628
(OCoLC)39085446
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James V Fenelon
ISBN: 9781317732839 1317732839
OCLC Number: 881183881
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 422 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Foreword / Manley A. Begay, Jr. --
Ch. 1. Introduction: Lakota Oyate --
Ch. 2. Culturicide Processes over Native Nations --
Ch. 3. Comparative and Case Study Methods of Analysis --
Ch. 4. "Great Sioux Nation" of the Lakota --
Ch. 5. "Ghost Dance" Revitalization --
Ch. 6. Repression of the Ghost Dance --
Ch. 7. U.S. Policy and Lakota Resistance --
Ch. 8. Lakota Cultural Survival --
Ch. 9. Spirituality and Sovereignty --
Ch. 10. Conclusions: Lakota, Culturicide, Native Nations.
Series Title: Native Americans (Garland Publishing, Inc.)
Responsibility: James V. Fenelon.
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This ground-breaking work develops theories and methods of analyzing the United States' domination of Native Americans through a study of the Lakota society known as the ""Sioux Nation of Indians."" Two centuries of struggle between nations and cultures during the U.S. expansion over North America are described utilizing policy (BIA) and cross-cultural (US-Lakota) history, with insightful additions to understanding the ""Tetonwan-Sioux.""Contributing new forms of analysis to the study of attempted domination and destruction of Native American societies, the author explores the concept of c.

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..."new and necessary examination of Lakota history that could stand outside the rest."-Janna Knittel, "Indigenous Nations Studies, Unversity of Kansas

 
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