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Title:Indian Running: Native American History and Tradition
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Ancient City Press
ISBN:0941270416
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Number of Pages:208
Category:Native american history, History, American history

Indian Running: Native American History and Tradition by Peter Nabokov

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Indian Running: Native American History and Tradition Indian Running is an eyewitness account of the day Taos N M to Second Mesa Hopi Ariz Tricentennial Run commemorating the Pueblo Indian Revolt The book describes many Indian running traditions and includes historical photos and photos by Karl Kernberger Anthropologist Nabokov s books include Two Leggings The Making of a Crow Warrior and Native American Testimony

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American Indians and Yellowstone National Park: A Documentary Overview (Classic Reprint), Restoring a Presence: American Indians and Yellowstone National Park, Where the Lightning Strikes: The Lives of American Indian Sacred Places, How the World Moves: The Odyssey of an American Indian Family, Two Leggings: The Making of a Crow Warrior, Native American Testimony: A Chronicle of Indian-White Relations from Prophecy to the Present, Indian Running: Native American History and Tradition, Native American Architecture, Tijerina and the Courthouse Raid, A Forest of Time: American Indian Ways of History
A Forest of Time is the first introduction for undergraduates and graduates Western and Indian history buffs and general readers to the notion that American Indian societies had vital interests in interpreting and transmitting their own ways for themselves Through separate discussions of legends and oral histories creation stories and folktales it illustrates how various Indian peoples related and commented upon their changing times Drawing upon his own varied research as well as sampling the latest in scholarship from ethnohistory anthropology folklore and Indian Studies Dr Nabokov offers dramatic examples of how native peoples put rituals and material culture landscape prophecies and even the English language to the urgent task of keeping the past alive and relevant Throughout these lively chapters we also witness the American Indian historical imagination deployed as a coping skill and survival strategy This book surveys the latest integrating ideas while offering a useful bibliography that opens up and demands that we engage with alternative chronicles for America s multi cultural past Peter Navokov is Professor in the Department of World Arts and Cultures and American Indian Studies Program at UCLA He is the author of several books including Native American Architecture Oxford co author Robert Easton which won the American Institue of Architects honor award and the Bay Area Book Reviewer Association Award His book Native American Testimony Thomas Y Crowell was named the American Library Association s Best Book for Young Adults and Library School Journal Best Book in addition to receiving the Carter G Woodson Award His work as a journalist in earned him prizes from the Albuquerque Press Association and the New Mexico Press Association, No description available, In a series of powerful and moving documents anthropologist Peter Nabokov presents a history of Native American and white relations as seen through Indian eyes and told through Indian voices a record spanning more than five hundred years of interchange between the two peoples Drawing from a wide range of sources traditional narratives Indian autobiographies government transcripts firsthand interviews and more Nabokov has assembled a remarkably rich and vivid collection representing nothing less than an alternative history of North America Beginning with the Indian s first encounters with the earliest explorers traders missionaries settlers and soldiers and continuing to the present Native American Testimony presents an authentic challenging picture of an important tragic and frequently misunderstood aspect of American history, Placing American Indians in the center of the story i Restoring a Presence i relates an entirely new history of Yellowstone National Park br br Although new laws have been enacted giving American Indians access to resources on public lands Yellowstone historically has excluded Indians and their needs from its mission Each of the other flagship national parks Glacier Yosemite Mesa Verde and Grand Canyon has had successful long term relationships with American Indian groups even as it has sought to emulate Yellowstone in other dimensions of national park administration br br In the first comprehensive account of Indians in and around Yellowstone Peter Nabokov and Lawrence Loendorf seek to correct this administrative disparity Drawing from archaeological records Indian testimony tribal archives and collections of early artifacts from the Park the authors trace the interactions of nearly a dozen Indian groups with each of Yellowstone s four geographic regions br br i Restoring a Presence i is illustrated with historical and contemporary photographs and maps and features narratives on subjects ranging from traditional Indian uses of plant mineral and animal resources to conflicts involving the Nez Perce Bannock and Sheep Eater peoples By considering the many roles Indians have played in the complex history of the Yellowstone region authors Nabokov and Loendorf provide a basis on which the National Park Service and other federal agencies can develop more effective relationships with Indian groups in the Yellowstone region