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INDIANS - ACCULTURATION

What price acculturation? A report on the American Indians' dillema

Author: 
W.T.Levines
Article Date: 
July 1963
Language: 
English
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To know both worlds

Author: 
D.Churchman
Article Date: 
May 1975
Article Abstract: 
Cultural curriculum for Indian preschoolers
Language: 
English
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Thoughts on Indian dilemma

Author: 
J.Muskrat
Article Date: 
Fall 1973
Language: 
English
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The urban red man

Author: 
J.E.Cook
Article Date: 
May 17, 1970
Article Abstract: 
Indians in Phoenix, their problems and how those problems are being solved
Language: 
English
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The return of Maxine Norris

Author: 
D.Gianelli
Article Date: 
December 30 1973
Article Abstract: 
Miss Indian America
Language: 
English
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The appearance of the mounted Indian in northern Mexico and the Southwest to 1680

Author: 
J. D. Forbes
Article Date: 
Summer 1959
Language: 
English
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Savage anthropologists and unvanishing Indians of America Southwest

Author: 
B.L.Fontana
Article Date: 
Winter 1973
Article Abstract: 
Dr. Fontana criticizes anthropologists ub their study of Southwestern Indians for concentrating upon what they consider "native" characteristics and ignoring the composite of native and non-Indian traits which make up the Indian of today
Language: 
English
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Red apples

Author: 
R.C.Boutwell
Article Date: 
January 1973
Language: 
English
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Indians and the media: a panel discussion

Article Date: 
Fall 1973
Language: 
English
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Hopi professor says Indian culture is a living state of human affairs

Author: 
E. Sekaquaptewa
Article Date: 
October 11, 1973
Article Abstract: 
The UofA anthropology professor discusses the problem of Indian/non-Indian attitudes. Anglos see Indian life as a quaint, historical artifact, rather than as a contemporary culture
Language: 
English
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