This book is meant to inform the nonspecialist and be of use to interested scholars. Therefore the annotations cite almost no archival collections. Scholars know where such material is, and others can find repeated references to it in any of the monographs included below. While about three thousand items were consulted for this study, the bibliography is limited almost entirely to materials actually cited in the text.
Abbott, Devon. "'Commendable Progress':"Acculturation at the Cherokee Female Seminary. American Indian Quarterly 11 ( summer 1987): 187-201.
Abel, Kerry. Drum Songs:Glimpses of Dene History. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993.
Abler, Thomas S., and Sally Weaver, comps. A Canadian Indian Bibliography, 1960-1970. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974.
Ablon, Joan. "American Indian Relocation:"Problems of Dependency and Management in the City. Phylon 24 ( winter 1965):362-71.
Adams, David Wallace. "Education in Hues:"Red and Black at Hampton Institute, 1878-1893. South Atlantic Quarterly 76 ( spring 1977): 159-76.
Adams, Robert McC. "Smithsonian Horizons". Smithsonian, May 1987, 12.
Ahern, Wilbert H. "An Experiment Aborted:"Returned Students in the Indian Service, 1881- 1908. Unpublished paper, neh Summer Seminar for College Teachers, 1988.
——. "' The Returned Indians':Hampton Institute and Its Indian Alumni, 1879-1893. Journal of Ethnic Studies 10 ( winter 1983): 101-24.
Allan, D. J. "Indian Land Problems in Canada". In The North American Indian Today, ed. Charles T. Loram and T. F. Mcllwraith, 184-98. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1943.
Allen, Robert S. The British Indian Department and the Frontierin North America, 1755-1830. Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History, no. 14. Ottawa: National Historic Parks and Sites Board, 1973.