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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1/2004, Volume 28, Issue 1/2, pp. 258 - 282
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 2004, Volume 28, Issue 3/4, p. 359
In privileging writings about current work in Indigenous knowledge recovery, we are challenging the powerful institutions of colonization that have routinely... 
Canada | folk belief systems | Native Americans | United States | cultural conservation
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1/2004, Volume 28, Issue 1/2, pp. 293 - 334
The Dakota Commemorative March in 2002 transpired through the efforts of hundreds of individuals: those who helped in the planning; those who supported the... 
Walking | Ceremonies | Forts | Reconciliation | Healing | Treaty lands | Native Americans | Children | Concentration camps | Prayer | Minnesota | Dakota Indians | History | Wars, 1862-1865 | Anniversaries, etc | Death marches | 19th century | participation | folk rituals | Sioux Indians | calendar rites | United States | rites | Dakota War | memorial rites | Keresiouan languages | Newspapers | Audio recordings | Colonial period-US | Emotions | Memorial Day
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1/2004, Volume 28, Issue 1/2, pp. 185 - 215
In November of 1862, approximately 2,100 Dakota men, and women, and children were forcibly moved in two groups from the Lower Sioux Agency to concentration... 
Soldiers | Violence | Grandmothers | Men | War | Wagons | Native Americans | Children | Death marches | White people | Minnesota | Dakota Indians | History | Relocation | 19th century | Wars, 1862-1865 | Crimes against | Analysis | Genocide | Colonization | Dakotas (Native American people) | Keresiouan languages | Historical analysis | Colonial period-US | Colonialism | Truth
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1/1996, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 5
American Indian history is a field dominiated by white, male historians who rarely ask or care what the Indians they study have to say about their work. Tribal... 
United States history | Cultural history | Historians | Writing | Native Americans | Academic communities | Indigenous peoples | White people | Usage | Oral history | History | Social aspects | Methods | Prejudices | American Indians | Perceptions | Researchers | Writers | Native North Americans
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2003, Volume 7, 2
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1996, Volume 20, Issue 1, p. 7
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American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 1996, Volume 20, Issue 1, p. 3
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11/2000, Volume 61, Issue 5, 2009-A
In 1991 Eli Taylor, a Wahpetunwan Dakota from the Sioux Valley Reserve in Manitoba, Canada, decided that he wanted a collection of stories documented and... 
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The American Indian Quarterly, ISSN 0095-182X, 2004, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 151 - 169
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