This A-Z reference contains 275 biographical entries on Native American women, past and present, from many different walks of life. Written by more than 70 contributors, most of whom are leading American Indian historians, the entries examine the complex and diverse roles of Native American women in contemporary and traditional cultures. This new edition contains 32 new entries and updated end-of-article bibliographies. Appendices list entries by area of woman's specialization, state of birth, and tribe; also includes photos and a comprehensive index.
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Into the Wild: For the First Time in More Than a Century, the Smithsonian Institution Will Share Artist George Catlin's Enduring Portrait of America in the 1830s, Comprising His Many Captivating Paintings of Indian Tribes and Landscapes of the Untamed West in Which They Lived. (Cover Story) By Goode, Stephen Insight on the News, Vol. 18, No. 36, September 30, 2002
America's Last Frontier: Oklahoma: With America's Westward Expansion Petering out, Owing to a Lack of Available Land, Easterners Demanded That Government Open Up Indian Territory, Leading to Land Rushes By Dwyer, John J. The New American, Vol. 31, No. 21, November 9, 2015
American Indian Women's History Subject of Evening Lecture By Imbrogno, Douglas The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), March 20, 2014
THE DESIGNER BABY FACTORY; Eggs from Beautiful Eastern Europeans. Sperm from Wealthy Westerners. and Embryos Implanted in Desperate Women like These. in a Chilling Dispatch, the Mail Goes Inside the Indian Clinic Where Babies Are Made to Order for British Couples; SPECIAL INVESTIGATION By Jones, David Daily Mail (London), May 5, 2012
THE DESIGNER BABY FACTORY; SPECIAL INVESTIGATION; Eggs from Beautiful Eastern Europeans. Sperm from Wealthy Westerners. and Embryos Implanted in Desperate Women like These. in a Chilling Despatch, the Mail Goes Inside the Indian Clinic Where Babies Are Made to Order for Western Couples By Jones, David Daily Mail (London), May 24, 2012