Being and becoming Indian: biographical studies of North American frontiers

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James A. Clifton
Dorsey Press, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 337 pages
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These biographies are quite fascinating as accounts of human experience, and they are thoroughly revealing as illustrations of what it has meant to be 'Indian' in a divided and changing world. -- from Back Cover

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Contents

Alternate Identities and Cultural Frontiers
1
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
7
Interpreter and Intermediary
38
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