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Let me be a free man : a documentary history of Indian resistance

Author: Jane B Katz
Publisher: Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., [1975]
Series: Voices of the American Indian.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An anthology of Indian writings tracing the history of Indian resistance from 1607 through the Wounded Knee trial in 1974.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Biography Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Let me be a free man.
Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., [1975]
(OCoLC)651770993
Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane B Katz
ISBN: 0822506408 9780822506409
OCLC Number: 1338959
Description: 183 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: I --
Conquest: 1607-1890 --
"Why should you destroy us?" / King Powhatan --
"All our ancient customs are disregarded" / King Philp --
"Where the White people are, there is no peace" / Tecumseh --
"I took up the hatchet to avenge injuries" / Black Hawk --
"Let me be a free man" / Chief Joseph --
"Here I will die" / Yellow Wolf --
"All I want is right and justice" / Red Cloud --
"Our people are blindly deceived" / Sitting Bull --
"We have all lost our way" / Black Kettle --
"I am ready to fight" / Two Moons --
"The greatest of wrongs" / Geronimo --
"I can still see the butchered women and children" / Black Elk --
"The terrible slaughter at Wounded Knee" / Chief Luther Standing Bear --
II --
Recovery: Revolt in the Twentieth Century: Early reservation years --
"Confined behind fences; "Visiting Wounded Knee" / Vine Deloria, Jr. --
"That infamous White Man's boarding school" / Leroy B. Selam --
"The Sioux had survived their greatest ordeal" / Vine Deloria --
Rebirth of Indian Nationalism: "After the war" / Vine Deloria --
"I seek a direction from our elders" / Lorrena Deal --
"We do not want to be absorbed by a sick society" / Mad Bear Anderson --
"A treaty is an eternal word" / American Indian Chicago Conference --
"I fear that you wil destroy the Senecas" / George D. Heron --
"Will American Indians wait?" / Clyde Warrior --
"We meet in a time of darkness" / Council of the five county Cherokees --
"The country should take heed" / Clyde Warrior --
Indian Way: "I am sorry for you" / Fred Red Cloud --
"City mind prison" / Denise Lassaw --
"We have to fight back" / Wahleah Lujan --
"Together, as the eagle and the sky" / North American Unity Convention --
New Indian uprising: "We hold the Rock!" / Alcatraz Indians --
"We have come too far to start giving land back to the White Man" / John Trudell --
"We are a proud people!" / Alcatraz Indians --
"Every Indian has been wounded a thousand times before" / Hank Adams --"A man cannot trespass upon his own land" / Darryl B. Wilson --
"We have recaptured the property" / Herbert Powless --
"When we got to Washington, the doors were closed" / Clyde Bellecourt --
"An act of war" / Russell Means; "Our willingness to give our lives'; "We are the landlords of this country" / Clyde Bellecourt --
"The inequities of the government's land-leasing system" / Dennis Banks --
"The struggle for the continuing independence of Native Nations" / International Indian Treaty Council --
People unified by their humanitiy: "We will survive" / Vine Deloria.
Series Title: Voices of the American Indian.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Jane B. Katz.

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An anthology of Indian writings tracing the history of Indian resistance from 1607 through the Wounded Knee trial in 1974.

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