American Indian Nations: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

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George P. Horse Capture, Duane Champagne, Chandler C. Jackson
AltaMira Press, 2007 - History - 322 pages
American Indian Nations takes stock of Indian history, policy, and culture over the past 30 years. A distinctive contribution to the understanding and interpretation of current Indian affairs, policies, and community development, this dynamic commentary of contemporary issues brings together a Who's Who of tribal leaders, scholars, and activists. No other collection offers such a thought-provoking and utterly current series of essays on the problems and achievements of modern Native peoples.

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George Horse Capture has taught American Indian studies at Montana State University and served as curator of the Plains Indian Museum in Cody, Wyoming.Chandler Jackson is director of the John F. Reed Library at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.Duane Champagne is professor of sociology at UCLA and has authored over 75 publications. He is also the editor of AltaMira's series, Contemporary Native American Communities.

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