Indians in Contemporary Society

Indians in Contemporary Society

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The 46 chapters in this volume explore how Indians and Arctic peoples maintain their Native identity in contemporary societies, including their responses to the social forces around them. The major sections include OThe Issues in the United States, O OThe Issues in Canada, O ODemographic and Ethnic Issues, O and OSocial and Cultural RevitalizatioJohn Berry and Charles Foster, both Cherokee, are assembling wires for wire harnesses at the facility at Stilwell, Okla., 2007. ther, the ... 3), campgrounds, and golf courses. ... vendors, enter into third party financing and provide an orderly system of commercial law to the community and Tribal membersaquot; (As 69- 01-01 [ 1996]).

Title:Indians in Contemporary Society
Author: William C. Sturtevant, Smithsonian Institution
Publisher:Government Printing Office - 2008

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