Rethinking American Indian History

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Donald Lee Fixico
University of New Mexico Press, 1997 - History - 139 pages
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Writing from the Indian point of view is a central concern to historians today. Not only are new sources needed to understand native peoples, but new questions must be asked questions based in a deep knowledge of the languages and cultures of Native Americans. The seven essays in this volume present innovative approaches to revising Indian history and understanding native peoples on their own terms.

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Fixico is director of the Indigenous Nations Studies Program and professor of history at the University of Kansas.

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