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Native Americans and the legacy of Harry S. Truman /
edited by Brian Hosmer.
imprint
Kirksville, Mo. : Truman State University Press, c2010.
description
xl, 168 p.
ISBN
1931112924 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9781931112925 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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imprint
Kirksville, Mo. : Truman State University Press, c2010.
isbn
1931112924 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9781931112925 (pbk. : alk. paper)
contents note
Harry Truman and Native America / Brian Hosmer -- Seeing and not seeing : American Indians in the Truman era / Frederick E. Hoxie -- Reflections on Philleo Nash, Harry Truman, and American Indians / Ken Hechler -- Dignity and decency : Father Peter Powell and American Indian relocation to Chicago / Doug Miller -- Harry S. Truman and immigration : a graphic essay based on the holdings of the Harry S. Truman Library / Raymond H. Geselbracht -- Native Americans and American Indian affairs during the Truman presidency / David E. Wilkins -- A worm's eye view of Indian claims litigation / Helen Hornbeck Tanner -- Termination, Indian lawyers, and the evolution of the Native American rights fund / John Echohawk -- Indian sovereignty and nation-building since termination / Ben Nighthorse Campbell -- Termination and the Menominee Restoration Act / Ada Deer -- Evading termination : Florida Indians during the Truman administration / Harry A. Kersey Jr -- Termination redux? : Seminole citizenship and economy from Truman to gaming / Jessica R. Cattelino.
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
7076670
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