Indians and the American West in the Twentieth Century

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Index
Abourezk, James G.: South Dakota senator, involved with AIPRC, 159-62; personal background, 160
Acre feet, explained, 189n70
Adams, Hank: activist, negotiated clearing BIA, 156
Agnew, Spiro: mentioned, 152
Akeah, Sam: Navajo chairman, GIIC committee member, 134
Albuquerque Journal: published Ickes' telegram to Cutting, 104
Alcatraz occupation: settlement sought, 153; mentioned, 148, 159
All-Pueblo Council: opposed Bursum bill, 78; mentioned, 128
Allotment: statistics on, 3-4, 9-10; unallotted reservations, 4; procedures, 9; congressional openings, 14
American Association on Indian Affairs: started The American Indian, 120
American Indian Federation (AIF): founding of, 1934, 98; attacks on Collier, 104-105
American Indian Movement (AIM): founded, philosophy, 154; various protests, 1970s, 155; 1972 march, 155-57; Wounded Knee II, 157-58; impact, 159; criminal reputation, 209n23
American Indian Policy Review Commission (AIPRC): authorized, 1975, 159; makeup, 160; recommendations, Meeds-Abourezk clash, 161; Indian reactions, 162; mentioned, 178
American Indian Research Fund, created, 144
Americans for Indian Opportunity, founded, 154
Americans Before Columbus: NIYC publication, 150
Anderson, Clinton P.: New Mexico senator, cooperation with Myer, 132; opposed Blue Lake return, 153; mentioned, 141
Andrews, W. H.: New Mexico leader, protest against Navajo allotments, 20-21
Appropriation Act of 1902, provision on heirship lands, 12
Appropriation Act of 1907, allotted land sales permitted, 13
Appropriation Act of 1914, individual reimbursable loans, 25-26
Archibald, Katherine: writer, Indian workers in shipyard, 110
Area Redevelopment Act of 1961, reservation applications, 150-51
Arizona: admission, 1912, 12; denial of voting rights, 126
Arizona v. California I: upheld Winters, 165
Arizona v. San Carlos Apaches: upheld state water control, 172
Ashurst, Henry Fountain: Arizona senator, blocked executive order extensions, 21-22; mentioned, 82, 96
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, mentioned, 19
Attorney-general, opinion on oil and natural gas leasing, 80
Atwood, Stella: reformer, ties with Collier, 73, 77, 78
Automobiles, 1920s statistics on, 71
Ayer, Edward E.: Chicago industrialist, proposed separate Indian units, 60
Backlash: traditional discrimination, 177; rhetoric, 178; ICERR, etc., 178-80; Wisconsin groups, 179-80
Baker, Newton D.: secretary of war, vetoed separate units, 61
Ballinger, Richard A.: headed Interior, canceled agreement with Forest Service, 26-27; vetoed oil leases, 75
Banks, Dennis: AIM leader, 157
Barnett, Jackson: scandal on, 87
Begay, Keats: Navajo, Bataan death march participant, 114
Bellecourt, Clyde: AIM leader, wounded by Carter Camp, 159
Belvin, Henry J. W.: Choctaw educator, commissioner candidate, 1953, 137
Bennett, Robert: commissioner, 151-52
Berle, Adoph A., Jr.: Collier ally in Pueblo lands legislation, 79-80
Berry, E. Y.: South Dakota representative, termination advocate, personal background, 137; Operation Moccasin, 145
Big Bend Dam, mentioned, 130-31
Blackfoot Reservation: early irrigation, 23;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • The Heritage of Severalty 1
  • The Progressive Era, 1900-17 11
  • Dissolving the Five Civilized Tribes 52
  • The War to Assimilate All Indians 59
  • From War to Depression, 1919-29 71
  • Depression and the New Deal 89
  • World War II the Exodus 107
  • The Postwar Era, 1945-61 123
  • Self-Determination and Red Power - 1960s and 1970s 148
  • The New Indian Wars - Energy, Water, and Autonomy 169
  • Conclusions 182
  • Notes 185
  • Bibliography 213
  • Index 225
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