Recognition, sovereignty struggles, & indigenous rights in the United States : a sourcebook / edited by Amy E. Den Ouden & Jean M. O'Brien.

  • Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2013]
  • ©2013
365 pages ; 25 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The imposition of law : the federal acknowledgment process and the legal de/construction of tribal identity / Angela A. Gonzales and Timothy Q. Evans
  • Racial science and federal recognition : Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South / Malinda Maynor Lowery
  • The recognition of NAGPRA : a human rights promise deferred / Joanne Barker
  • State recognition of American Indian Tribes : a survey of state-recognized tribes and state recognized processes / K. Alexa Koenig and Jonathan Stein
  • State recognition and "termination" in nineteenth-century New England / Jean M. O'Brien
  • Altered state? : Indian policy narratives, federal recognition, and the "new" war on native rights in Connecticut / Amy E. Dean Ouden
  • How you see us, why you don't : Connecticut's public policy to terminate Schaghticoke Indians / Ruth Garby Torres
  • The Nipmuc Nation, federal acknowledgment, and a case of mistaken identity / Rae Gould
  • A right delayed : the Brothertown Indian Nation's story of surviving the federal acknowledgment process / Kathleen A. Brown-Perez
  • From "Boston men" to the BIA : the unacknowledged Chinook Nation / John R. Robinson
  • Mapping erasure : the power of nominative cartography in the past and present of the Muwekma Ohlones of the San Francisco Bay Area / Les W. Field with Alan Leventhal and Rosemary Cambra
  • Precarious positions : native Hawaiians and U.S. federal recognition / J. Kēhaulani Kauanui.
Other title(s)
Recognition, sovereignty struggles, and indigenous rights in the United States
  • 9781469602158 (cloth)
  • 1469602156 (cloth)
  • 9781469602165 (pbk.)
  • 1469602164 (pbk.)
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