The Struggle for Self-Determination: History of the Menominee Indians since 1854

By David R. M. Beck | Go to book overview

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ABBREVIATIONS
AFSCAmerican Friends Service Committee
AMAAmerican Missionary Association
CCFCentral Classified Files
DRUMSDetermination of Rights and Unity for Menominee Shareholders
Ex. Doc. No.Executive Document Number
FBI-FOIAFederal Bureau of Investigation-Freedom of Information Act
FPCFederal Power Commission
GBARCGreen Bay Area Research Center
HRHouse of Representatives
LRLetters Received
M234Microcopy 234, National Archives Microfilm
MRCMenominee Restoration Committee
MTEMenominee Tribal Enterprises
NAESNative American Educational Services
NARA-DCNational Archives and Records Administration, Washington DC Branch
NARA-GLRNational Archives and Records Administration, Great Lakes Region (Chicago)
NARFNative American Rights Fund
NCAINational Congress of American Indians
RGRecord Group
SCSpecial Case
SHFRSacred Heart Provincial Franciscan Indian Records
UPIUnited Press International
WDOJ-DCIWisconsin Department of Justice-Division of Criminal Investigation

PREFACE

1. Dr. Tax is known for developing action anthropology, a method that encourages both students of anthropology and scholars to interact with and make positive contributions to the communities they study.

2. According to the Menominee Historic Preservation Department, the plural of Menominee is Menominee when referring to the tribe and is Menominees when referring to individuals. This is based on the translation of the tribe’s name for itself from the Menominee language.

3. This is more true of Pacific Island studies than of North American Indian

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