United States Government Policies Toward Native Americans, 1787-1990: A Guide to Materials in the British Library, DJ Whittaker

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Content: THE British Library UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT POLICIES TOWARD NATIVE AMERICANS, 1787-1990: A GUIDE TO MATERIALS IN THE BRITISH LIBRARY By David J. Whittaker THE ECCLES CENTRE FOR AMERICAN STUDIES 1996
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION
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II. REFERENCE WORKS
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A. GENERAL HISTORIES OF INDIAN POLICY
B. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND GUIDES
C. SOURCE COLLECTIONS
D. ESSAY COLLECTIONS
E. MAPS AND ATLASES
F. SELECTED TRIBAL HISTORIES
G. HISTORIES OF THE AMERICAN WEST
H. HISTORIOGRAPHY
I. PERIODICALS
III. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS
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A. GENERAL REFERENCE GUIDES
B. CONGRESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
C. FEDERAL LAWS AND TREATIES
D. EXECUTIVE BRANCH
E. COURT DECISIONS
F. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
IV. PUBLISHED SOURCES
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A. THE COLONIAL BACKGROUND
[SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE STUDIES]
B. NATIVE AMERICANS AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
C. EARLY NATIONAL PERIOD
D. REMOVAL OF EASTERN TRIBES
E. NATIVE AMERICANS AND THE EXPANDING WEST
F. CIVIL WAR PERIOD
G. NATIVE AMERICANS AND REFORM IN POST-CIVIL WAR AMERICA
H. THE INDIAN SERVICE: BUREAUCRATIZATION AND REFORM
I. THE NATIVE AMERICAN'S NEW DEAL
J. TERMINATION AND RELOCATION
K. MOVEMENT FOR SELF-DETERMINATION
V. COMPARATIVE STUDIES
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A. GENERAL
B. SPANISH AMERICA
C. FRENCH AMERICA
D. CANADIAN INDIAN POLICY
E. EUROPE IN THE PACIFIC
VI. SPECIAL TOPICS
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A. ALASKAN AND HAWAIIAN NATIVES
B. WATER RIGHTS AND NATURAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
C. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND NATIVE AMERICANS
D. NATIVE AMERICAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND PUBLICATIONS E. NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE F NATIVE AMERICANS AND POPULAR CULTURE G. MISSIONS AND MISSIONARIES TO NATIVE AMERICANS H. NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION AND ACCULTURATION I. FEDERAL INDIAN LAW
APPENDIX A:
MAJOR FEDERAL LEGISLATION: NATIVE AMERICANS
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APPENDIX B:
SELECT United States Supreme Court CASES:
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INTRODUCTION The history of the interaction of the United States Government and Native Americans is long and complex. Its roots can be found in the attitudes and debates of the Europeans who explored and colonised the Americas. America's Founding Fathers drew upon both this colonial heritage and their own experience when addressing these important relationships, even though most of the details were to be worked out in the years after 1787. The Constitution gave final authority for Indian Affairs to Congress, although all three branches of the Federal Government have played significant roles in this sphere. Both specific and implied powers have been used to anchor federal authority for Indian Affairs in the Constitution. Specific power can been found in the Commerce Clause (Article I, Section 8); implied power has been found in treaty-making powers (Article II, Section 2); in the war powers (Article I, Section 8 and Article II, Section 2); in the ownership clause relating to territories (Article IV, Section 3) and, most widely, in the general welfare clause (Article II, Section 8). Early American Indian policy was spelled out in the Trade and Intercourse Acts (1790-1834). Much of the judicial basis and legal theory for subsequent relations were layed down in three key cases heard by the Marshall Court during these same years. In Johnson v. McIntosh (1823), in deciding the question of Indian land tide, the court distinguished between rights of ownership [recognized tide of the Federal Government] and rights of occupancy ["Indian" tide]. In the Cherokee cases the court ruled on (1) what is the status of a tribe and (2) who controls Indian affairs. In the first case, Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831), Marshall described the political nature of the tribe as a "domestic dependent nation," having a status as a ward to its guardian, the Federal Government. By so ruling Marshall established the basis for the trust relationship that has determined much of their subsequent relations. In the second, Worcester v. Georgia (1832), Marshall's judicial nationalism give the Federal Government final authority over the states for Indian affairs. It was the treaty-making power delegated to the President (with the advice/consent of the Senate) that saw hundreds of treaties negotiated. Until 1871, when the practice of making treaties with Indian tribes was discontinued, this was the central avenue for formal Indian-White relationships. More like adhesion contracts than agreements between equal sovereigns, they were, nevertheless, important factors in the westward movement of the American settlers. Treaties were tools of empire as well as vehicles for humanitarian concern. Federal Indian policy can be divided into a number of chronological periods. Following the formation of the nation, the Trade and Intercourse Acts sought to keep the natives segregated from the rest of the population and to more formerly control the key areas of interaction through a licensing system for trade and the appointment of federal Indian agents to administer and enforce the Acts. But the extensive frontier and the Westward movement were too powerful and broad to or control. Thus in 1830 Congress passed the Removal Act which authorized the President to remove (ideally voluntarily) tribes east of the Mississippi River to a large "Indian Country" in the West. During the 1830s and 1840s about 100,000 Natives were moved West. The tragic "Trail of Tears" was part of this era, and so were the first western Indian reservations. The continued westward movement frustrated the attempts of U.S. policy makers to achieve a final and peaceful solution to the Indian problem. And when many of these removed tribes signed military pledges of support for
the Confederacy during the Civil War, further excuses for taking Indian land were now available for the many voices of Manifest Destiny. The Indian Wars after 1865 can be seen from this perspective. During this period there was a change in policy from segregating Native Americans to assimilating them into the American mainstream, by using the reservation as a school for civilization and Christianity. While some argue this philosophy was implied from the beginning, Federal policy after 1865 and the Dawes Act of 1887 [General Allotment Act] made it a national goal. By breaking up the large reservations to create individual allotments, policy makers and the "Friends" of the Indian were sure they were acting in the best interests of the Natives. The Dawes Act, while the most damaging piece of legislation in Native American history, was thought to be a Homestead Act for the Indian at the time. But it stuck at the tribal, corporate basis of Indian life and not only destroyed most of the tribal land base (from 138 million in 1886 to 48 million acres by 1934), but also demoralised Indian life in general. The terrible consequences were documented in the Meriam Report of 1928. The Indian New Deal, manifested in the work of John Collier, Franklin D. Roosevelt's Commissioner of Indian Affairs, was an attempt to halt the destruction caused by the Dawes Act. The Indian Reorganization Act (1934), [Wheeler Howard Act] sought to strengthen the tribal basis of Indian life. In 1946 Congress established the Indian Claims Commission, a special court with power to adjudicate land-loss cases only. It functioned until 1978. By the 1950s there was a return to the Dawes mentality with Federal legislation which mandated Termination for a number of tribes on federal programs, and Relocation programs which provided the financial means for tribal members to move off the reservations into key American cities where they could receive manual arts training and job assistance. Termination was a failure (most tribes have been reinstated) and the relocation programs created Indian ghettos in urban America, ghettos from which the Red Power movement would emerge in the 1960s. From the late 1960s, American Indian Policy has been labelled one of Self-Determination--a policy of encouraging the tribes to shape their own destinies. Much of these recent developments have been assisted by a more vocal and active Native American community and by a host of Supreme Court cases as well as a number of pieces of federal legislation. It will be interesting to watch this history unfold as the next century approaches. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE No one studying American Indian policy history can ignore the work of Francis Paul Prucha. His many articles and book-length studies, his monumental 2-volume history [The Great Father, 1984], and his bibliographical volumes are required reading for students of this topic. This bibliographical guide to material in the British Library has been assembled to assist in locating the more important works on this significant topic. It is not comprehensive, but does call attention to the major studies and sources on American Indian policy history. Almost all of the books cited have their own bibliographies which will lead the serious researcher to additional material. A few items are listed which are not in the British Library. The researcher should note that for the purposes of federal policy a tribe is defined politically, not ethnologically. Thus to be a tribe for the purposes of American Federal Indian Policy, a tribe must be
recognized by the Federal Government--not all Indian tribes are. In the 1990 U.S. Census (here excluding Alaska) listed 1.9 million Indians in 542 tribes (most of which have less than 1,000 members). But only 488 tribes are federally recognized tribes. Only 265 tribes have federal reservations, ranging from the Navajo tribe of 160,000 members on 15 million acres to tribes of less than 300 members on less than 1000 acres. Today, over half of American Indians live off-reservation, many in large cities (ex: 70,000 in Los Angeles; 38,000 in Tulsa; 23,000 in Phoenix; 19,000 in San Francisco and 11,000 in Chicago). Thus the study of Indian policy must necessarily broaden to include just about all areas of federal programmes. While not specifically focused on in this bibliography, individual state interaction with tribes as well as Indian Tribal history and the issues of tribal sovereignty are important for the larger picture. In 1953 states with significant Indian populations were given the option by Congress of taking responsibility for the tribes in their boundaries. A few decided to do so. Clearly the history of the interaction of the U.S. Government and Native American is so much more than western movies where Indians attack wagon trains or battle the U.S. Calvary. Its history is an important part of the fabric of American life. The study of Federal Indian Policy is another avenue to the understanding of American attitudes and values. As with many other areas of American history, the British Library has a rich collection of material on this important topiC. David J. WHITTAKER
II. REFERENCE WORKS A. GENERAL HISTORIES OF INDIAN POLICY Bolt, Christine, American Indian Policy and American Reform (London: Allen and Unwin, 1987). (YC.1988.b.6779) Chamberlain, J. E., The Harrowing of Eden: White Attitudes Toward Native Americans (Toronto, Canada: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1975). (X.809/42183) Dippie, Brian W., The Vanishing American: White Attitudes and U.S. Indian Policy (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press,1982).(YC.1987.a.1814) Federal Indian Policies.., from the Colonial Period Through the Early 1970s (Washington, DC: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1974). (A.S.217/23) Kvasnicka, Robert M. and Herman J. Viola, eds., The Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1824-1977 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1979). (X.800/29103) McNickle, D'Arcy, "Indian and European: Indian-White Relations from Discovery to1887," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 311 (1957):1-11. (Ac.2383) Prucha, Francis Paul, The Great Father, The United States Government and the American Indian,2 Vols. (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1984). (YC.1994.b.3918) I Vol. ed. (1986). (YC.l988.a.59l1) _____ The Indian in American Satiety (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1985). ____ "New Approaches to the Study of the Administration of Indian Policy," Prologue: The Journal of the National Archives 3 (Spring 1971):15-19. (P.701/402) United States Indian Policy, Historical Essays (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1981). (1(622/19476) Taylor, Theodore W., American Indian Policy (1983; Mt. Airy, MD: Lomond Publications, 1986). (YA.1987.b.1698) Tyler, S. Lyman, History of Indian Policy (Washington, DC: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1973). Washburn, Wilcomb F., ed., History of Indian- White Relations, Volume 4 of Handbook of North American Indians (Washington, DC: Smithsonian, 1988). [Has short essays on major topics plus an extensive bibliography] (A.S.910/129[4]) ____ "Philanthropy and the American Indian: The Need for a Model," Ethnohistory 15 (Winter 1968):43-56. (P.P.8006.ms)
B. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND GUIDES Bataille, Gretchen M. and Kathleen M. Sands (with editorial assistance from Catherine Udall) American Indian Women: A Guide to Research (New York: Garland, 1991). (YC.1992.a.1483) Buchanan, Jim and Fran Burkert, A Bibliography of Current American Indian Policy (Monticello, IL: Vance Bibliographies, 1979). Dockstader, Frederick J., The American Indian in Graduate Studies, A Bibliography of Theses and dissertations, 2 Vols. (New York: Museum of The American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1957, 1974). [Volume 1 lists 3684 theses and dissertations written from 1890 to 1955; Volume 2 is a supplement which adds another 3787 titles] (Ac.1818. (Vol. 15, 25 p1. 2)) Fenton, William N., American Indian and White Relations to 1830, Needs and Opportunities for Study [An essay by W. N. Fenton and a bibliography by L. H. Butterfield, WE. Washburn and W. M. Fenton] (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1957). (2774.ld.1) Grimshaw, Polly Swift, Images of the Other, A Guide to Microform Manuscripts on Indian- White Relations (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1991). [Annotated guide with bibliographies to about 75 collections] (YA.1994.b.1598) Hirschfelder, Arlene, Annotated Bibliography of the Literature on American Indians Published in State Historical Society Publications: New England and Middle Atlantic States (Milwood, NY: Kraus Reprint, 1982). ____ et al., Guide to Research on North Amen can Indians (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1983). (X.805/5692) Hoxie, Frederick E. and Harvey Markowitz, Native Americans, An Annotated Bibliography (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1991). [Includes almost 3000 titles] (YA. 1 994.b. 1490) Klein, Barry T., ed., Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian, 5th ed. (West Nyack, NY: Todd Publications, 1990). (YA. I 992.b. 1456) Marquis, Arnold, A Guide to America's Indians: Ceremonies, Reservations and Museums (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1974). (X.802/3964) O'Donnell, III, James H., Southeastern Frontiers: Europeans, Africans, and American Indians, 15 131840: A Critical Bibliography (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press for the Newberry Library, Bibliographical Series, Center for the History of the American Indian, 1982). (YA.1992.a.5370) Prucha, Francis Paul, comp., A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago, Press, 1977). [Lists 9705 items] (X.800/26562) ____ A Guide to the Military Posts of the United States, 1789-1895 (Madison, WI: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1964). (X. 63 1/410)
____ Indian-White Relations in the United States: A Bibliography of Works Published 19 75-1980 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1981). [Lists 3400 items] (X.520/28140) ____ United States Indian Policy, A Critical Bibliography (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press for the Newberry Library, 1977). (X.709/32258) Smith, Dwight L., ed., Indians of the United States and Canada, A Bibliography, 2 Vols. (Santa Barbara, CA: American Bibliographical Center- Clio Press, 1974, 1983). (Vol. 1 - X.800/25326) (Vol. 2 YH.1986.b.26) Stuart, Paul, Nations Within a Nation: Historical Statistics of American Indians (New York: Greenwood Press, 1987). (YC.1988.b.5066) Sutton, Imre, Indian Land Tenure: Bibliographical Essays and a Guide to the Literature (New York: Clearwater Publishing Co., 1975). (X.200/12430) Waldman, Carl, Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes (New York: Facts-on-File Publications, 1988). (YC.1989.b.4228) _____ Who Was Who in Native American History: Indians and Non-Indians From Early Contacts Through 1900 (New York: Facts On File, 1990). (YC.1992.b.5583) Waldman, Harry, et al., eds., Dictionary of Indians of North America, 3 Vols. (St. Clair Shores, MI: Scholarly Press, 1978). Washburn, Wilcomb, F., ed., History of Indian- White Relations, Vol. 4 of Handbook of North American Indians, William C. Sturtevant, General Editor (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1988). [Short articles on all aspects with extensive bibliography (pp. 709-807)] (A.S.910/129(4)) C. SOURCE COLLECTIONS Cahn, Edgar S. and David W. Hearne, eds. Our Brother's Keeper, The Indian in White America (New York: New American Library, 1975). (X.808/37541) Kappler, Charles J., comp., Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, 7 Volumes, (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1904-1941). (AS. 10/4) Prucha, Francis Paul, Americanizing the American Indians: Writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 18801900(Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press, 1973). (X.708/21547) _____ Documents of United States Indian Policy (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1975). (X.700/25251) 2nd. edition, 1990. Washburn, Wilcomb F., ed., The American Indian and the United States: A Documentary History, 4 Volumes (New York: Random House, 1973).
D. ESSAY COLLECTIONS Cadwalader, Sandra L. and Vine Deloria, Jr., The Aggressions of Civilization, Federal Indian Policy Since the 1880's (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1984). (YA.1990.a.7033) Hoxie, Frederick F., ed., Indians in American History, An Introduction (Arlington Heights, IL: Harlan Davidson, 1988). (YC.1988.a.12649) Nichols, Roger L., ed., The American Indian, Past and Present, 4th ed. (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992). (YK.1992.b.2983) Prucha, Francis Paul, ed., The Indian in American History, American Problems Studies Series (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971). (09136.i.9/21) Smith, Jane F. and Robert M. Kvasnicka, eds., Indian-White Relations: A Persistent Paradox (Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 1976). Spicer, Edward H., ed., Perspectives in American Indian culture Change (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1961). (10011 .d.22) Sutton, Imre, ed., Irredeemable America, The Indians' Estate and Land Claims (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press for the Institute for Native American Studies, 1985). Swagerty, W.R., ed., Scholars and the Indian Experience (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, for the D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, Newberry Library, 1984). (YA.1990.b.1878) Weeks, Philip, ed., The American Indian Experience, A Profile, 1524 to the Present (Arlington Heights, IL: Forum Press, 1988). E. MAPS AND ATLASES NOTE:[The British Library has an extensive map collection. For an introduction, see The Map Collections of the British Library (February 1993)] Belyca, Barbara, "Amerindian Maps: The Explorer as Translator," Journal of Historical Geography [London] 18 (July 1992);267-77. (P.801/3025) Brown, Lloyd Arnold, Early Maps of the Ohio Valley: A Selection of Maps, Plans, and Views Made by Indians and Colonials from 1673 to 1783 (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1959). (MapsRef.L.4) Cumming, W. P., The Southeast in Early Maps, with an Annotated Check List of Printed and Manuscript Regional and Local Maps of Southeastern North America During the Colonial Period (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1958). Prucha, Francis Paul, Atlas of American Indian Affairs (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press,
1990). (Map 62.f. 30) Waldman, Carl, Atlas of the North American Indian (New York: Facts on File Publications, 1985). (Map Library) Wheat, Carl I., Mapping the Transmississippi West, 1540-186 1, 6 Vols. (San Francisco, CA: Institute of Historical Cartography, 1957-1963). (Map Library) Wheat, James C. and Christian Brun, Bibliography of Maps and Charts Published in America Before 1800 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1969). (Map Library) F SELECTED TRIBAL HISTORIES "Bibliographical Series, Center for the History of the American Indian, Newberry Library." This series, published by the Indiana University Press for the Newberry Library, includes volumes on most major American Indian tribes. "Civilization of the American Indian." This series, published by the University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, includes over 160 volumes devoted to the history and culture of Native Americans. Debo, Angie, A History of the Indians of the United States (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970). (W. P. 14865/111) Driver, Harold R., Indians of North America (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, Rev. ed., 1969). (X.800/3900) Fey, Harold F. and D'Arcy McNickle, Indians and Other Americans (New York: Harper & Row, New & Rev. ed., 1970). (X.708/79 16) Forbes, Jack D., The Indian in America (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-HaIl, 1964). (X.708/159) Gibson, Arrell Morgan, The American Indian: Prehistory to the Present (Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Co. 1980). (X.800/35447) Hagan, William R., American Indians (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 3rd ed., 1993). (YC.1993.a.3351) "Handbook of North American Indians," William C. Sturtevant, general editor. This series, published by the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, began in 1978, and when finished will constitute a major reference work on Native American history and culture. (A.S.910/129) Josephy, Jr., Alvin M., Now That the Buffalo's Gone, A Study of Today's Indians (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1984). (X.520/38780) _____ ed., America in 1492, The World of the Indian Peoples Before the Arrival of Columbus (New York: Knopf, 1992).
The Indian Heritage of America (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1975). (X.708/l6647) Levine, Stuart and Nancy O. Lurie, eds., The American Indian Today (Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1968). Olson, James S. and Raymond Wilson, Native Americans in the Twentieth Century (Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press,1984). (YA. 1990.a.2373) Spicer, Edward H., A Short History of the Indians of the United States (New York: Van NostrandReinhold Co., 1969). X.708/5755) Thornton, Russell, American Indian Holocaust and Survival, A Population History Since 1492 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987). (W.P.14865/191) Washburn, Wilcomb E., The Indian in America (New York: Harper and Row, 1975). (W.P.C.131/44) G. HISTORIES OF THE AMERICAN WEST Billington, Ray A., America's Frontier Heritage (New York: Rinehart & Winston, 1966). (X.800.2006) ____ Westward Expansion, 4th ed. (New York: Macmillan, 1974). (X.800/10051) Lamar, Howard R., ed., The Reader's Encyclopedia of the American West (New York: Crowell, 1977). (X.800/35293) Milner, III, Clyde A., Carol A. O'Connor and Marthan A. Sandweiss, The Oxford History of the American West (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994). Utley, Robert M. and Wilcomb F. Washburn, The History of the Indian Wars (London: Mitchell Beazley, 1978). (X.800/10611) White, Richard, "It's Your Own Misfortune and None of My Own": A New History of the American West (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992). (YC.1993.b.406) H. HISTORIOGRAPHY Berkhofer, Jr., Robert F., "The Political Context of a New Indian History," Pacific Historical Review 40 (August 1971: 357-382). (Ac.8504.c) Brandon, William, "American Indians and American History," American West 2 (1965): 14-25, 9193. (P.P.8003.zw) Cohen, Felix S., "Americanizing the White Man," American Scholar 21 (Spring 1952):177- 191. (P.P.6365.bg)
Forbes, Jack D., "The Historian and the Indian: Racial Bias in American History," The Americas 19 (April 1963):349-62. Hogan, William T., "On Writing the History of the American Indian," Journal of Interdisciplinary History 2 (Summer 1971):149-54. Jacobs, Wilbur R., "The Indian and the Frontier in American History--A Need for Revision," Western Historical Quarterly 4 (January 1973):43-56. (P.701/404) ____ "Native American History: How It Illuminates Our Past," American Historical Review 80 (June 1975):595-609. (P.P.3437.baa) Martin, Calvin, "Ethnohistory: A Better Way to Write Indian History," Western Historical Quarterly 9 (January 1978):41-56. (P.701/404) ____ "The Metaphysics of Writing Indian- White History," Ethnohistory 26 (Winter 1981):153-59). (P.P.8006.ms) Nichols, David A., "Civilization Over Savage: Frederick Jackson Turner and the Indian," South Dakota History 2 (Fall 1972):383-405. Washburn, Wilcomb E., "A Moral History of Indian-White Relations: Needs and Opportunities for Study," Ethnohistory 4 (Winter 1957):47-61. (P.P.8006.ms) ____ "The Writing of American Indian History' A Status Report," Pacific Historical Review 40 (August 1 97l): 261-28 1. (Ac.8504.c) I. PERIODICALS (SELECTED) American Anthropologist (Ac.6239/2) American Indian Culture and Research Journal(Boston Spa) American Indian Quarterly: A Journal of Anthropology, History and Literature (P.901/2012) Ethnohistory (PP.8006 MS) The Indian Historian (X0702/46) MELUS: Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (P.901/2081) Wassaja: The Indian Historian (P.2000/428) Western Historical Quarterly (P.701/404)
III. UNITED STATES' GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS Major sources for American Indian policy are the publications of the Federal Government. No one listing can suggest the breadth of this material, and complicating the researcher's task is the difficult job of locating and finding specific items. A number of guides assist by providing good overviews of United States' public records: Anne M. Boyd, United States Government Publications 3rd ed., revised by Rae E. Ripps (New York: H. W. Wilson, 1949); Laurence F. Schmeckebier and Roy B. Eastin, Government Publications and their Use (Washington, DC: Brookings institution, 1969); Joe Morehead, Introduction to United States Public Documents 3rd ed. (Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1983); and Judith Schick Robinson, Tapping the Government Grapevine, The User Friendly Guide to U.S. Government Information Sources (Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1988). See also the useful guide to the bibliographical literature in Francis Paul Prucha, Handbook for Research in American History, A Guide to Bibliographies and Other Reference Works (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1987), pp. 81106. (2725.d.929) A very useful overview of the U.S. Government material in the British Library (accessed through the Official Publications and Social Sciences Service Reading Room) is Dorothy Walker, United States Government Publications, The British Library (London: The British Library, 1990). Our focus here is on material relating to Federal Policy and Native Americans. The serious researcher should begin with the first two sections (pp. 3-12) of Francis Paul Prucha, A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Indian-White Relations in the United States (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press for the Center for the History of the American Indian of the Newberry Library, 1977). (X.800/26562) A very useful reference work prepared by the U.S. Department of the Interior is Biographical and Historical Index of American Indians and Persons Involved in Indian Affairs 8 volumes (Boston, MA: G. K. Hall, 1966). (Cup.24.bb.5) What follows will assist the researcher in accessing this important topic; the British Library does NOT possess all the items listed, but they are included to provide the researcher with more complete references. A. GENERAL REFERENCE GUIDES Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1971(OPL 328.73) Official Congressional Directory (OPL 973.0061 & A.S.25) Monthly Catalogue of U.S. Government Publications (OPL 973.0043) Index to U.S. Government Periodicals (OPL 973.0043) The U.S. Government Manual (A.S.985) B. CONGRESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS 1. Proceedings Congressional Serial Set (A.S.10, AS. 10/2, etc.)
Congressional Serial Set Index, 1789-1969 (OPL 973.0043) Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 ed. by Worthington Chauncey Ford, et al. 34 volumes (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office 1904-1937). Journal of the Senate 5 volumes (Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1820-1821). Covers 17891815. Journal of the House of Representatives 9 volumes (Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1826). Covers 1789-18 15. 2. Debates The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States with an Appendix Containing Important State Papers and Public Documents and All the Laws of a Public Nature, with a Copious Index 42 volumes (Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1834-1856). Covers 1789 to 1824. Register of Debates in Congress 14 volumes. (Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1825- 1837).Covers 1824-1837. The Congressional Globe 46 volumes (Washington: Globe Office, 1834-1873). Covers1833-1873. Congressional Record (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1874--) 3. Documents and Reports American State Papers: Documents, Legislative and Executive of the Congress of the United States 38volumes (Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1832-1861). Indian Affairs are found mainly in Class2, 2 volumes (Washington, 1832-34). Covers1789 to 1838. The New American State Papers: Indian Affairs Introduction by Loring B. Priest. 13 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1972). Covers to 1860, mostly copies of congressional documents. Serial Set of Congressional Documents [The serial numbers assigned to congressional documents were devised in 1895 by John G. Ames. He assigned them to documents from 1817 (15th Congress).] Especially useful for finding the serial numbers of documents is Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909; Congressional: To Close of Sixtieth Congress; Departmental: To the End of the Calendar Year 1909 3rd revised and enlarged edition. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1911). In general, the publications were divided into four classes: Senate Reports, House Reports, Senate Documents and House Documents. Their organization in the British Library reflects these groupings. An especially valuable guide for students of Indian Affairs, a listing of over 10,000 documents and reports, is Steven L. Johnson, Guide to American Indian Documents in the Congressional Serial Set, 1817-1899 (New York: Clearwater, 1977). (X.800/31886)
C. FEDERAL LAWS AND TREATIES 1.Laws and Resolutions United States Statutes at Large Volumes 1~17i.1 (Boston: Little, Brown and Co 1845-5 1873);volumes 18-- (Washington: Government :1 Printing Office, 1875--) (A.S.411) 2.Indian Laws and Treaties United States Code. Title 25. Indians. (OPL 344.7304) Kappler, Charles J., compiler, Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. 7 volumes. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904- 1949). (A.S.10/4) [The standard edition] Indian Treaties and Laws and Regulations relating to Indian Affairs: to which is added an appendix containing the proceedings of the old Congress, and other important State papers, in relation to Indian Affairs... (Washington, 1826). [529 pp.] (A.S.217/9) Treaties between the United States of America and the Several Indian Tribes, from 1778 to 1837 New Edition (Washington: Langtree and O'Sullivan,1837). [Compiled under the supervision of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 699pp.](A.S.21 6/2) A Compilation of All the Treaties between the United States and the Indian Tribes, Now in Force as Laws (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1873). Arranged alphabetically by tribe. Laws of the United States relating to Indian Affairs, compiled from the Revised Statutes.., enacted June 22, 1874... (Washington, 1884). (A.S.217/4) D. EXECUTIVE BRANCH 1. Presidential Documents [Annual and Special messages of the President are printed in the Serial Set of Congressional Documents] Richardson, James D., compiler, A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897 10 volumes (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1898-1899). (A.S.10/3) Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States from George Washington 1789 to Richard Milhous Nixon 1969 (Washington: Government Printing Office 1969). Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and Statements of the President (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1961-). [Begins with Harry S. Truman] (A.S.288/34) Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents(Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1965--). (A.S.288/47)
Israel, Fred L., ed. The State of the Union Messages of the Presidents, 1790-19663 volumes (New York: Chelsea House, 1966). Lord, Clifford L. Presidential Executive Orders, Numbered 1-803 0, 1862-19382 volumes (New York: Archives Publishing Company, 1944). Executive Orders Relating to Indian Reservations from May 5,1855, to July 1, 1912 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1912). Executive Orders Relating to Indian Reservations from July 1, 1912, to July 1, 1922 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1922). 2. Reports of Executive Departments and Bureaus Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Annual Reports, 1824-- [These important reports form part of the Annual Report of the Secretary of War (to 1848) and of the Secretary of the Interior (since 1849). The Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Interior were printed in the Serial Set of Congressional Documents until 1920; those of the Secretary of War are also there.] Indian Affairs: A Progress Report for the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Issued annually beginning in 1964 (Washington: Government Printing Office). Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Useful guides to the Annual Reports are J. A. Jones, "Key to the Annual Reports of the United States Commissioner of Indian Affairs," Ethnohistory 2 (Winter 1955):58-64 (P.P.8006.ms) and "List of Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs in the Congressional Serial Set," in The Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1824-1977 Robert V. Kvasnicka and Herman J. Viola eds. (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1979), pp. 357-64. (X800/29103) The last mentioned work provides biographical information on the men who have served as Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Annual Reports of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior, 1869- 1932, 63 Volumes (Washington, DC, Government Printing Office, 1890-1933). Royce, Charles C. Indian Land Cessions in the United States Eighteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899). A major reference work dealing with land transfer provisions of each treaty and executive agreement; includes 67 maps which graphically illustrate the massive Indian land loss to the 1890s. (A.S.911). See also Imre Sutton, Indian Land Tenure: Bibliographical Essays and a Guide to the Literature (New York: Clearwater Publishing Co., 1975). (X.200/12430) E. COURT DECISIONS 1.Supreme Court [There have been over 500 cases heard by the U.S. Supreme Court dealing with Indian affairs; specific studies and legal texts are noted in the section on Federal Indian Law]
Union List of United States Legal Literature (1967) (OPL Enquiry Desk 340.01671) [This copy is coded to British Library holdings] United States Reports. [To 1979: (6622.pp.l); after 1979: (SPR Mic A.S.Ju.3.9) Decisions of the Federal Courts (below Supreme Court): Federal Cases, 30 Vols. (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Col., 1894-1897). Coven 1789-1880. Federal Reporter, 1st Series, 300 Vols. (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1880-1925). (P.P.4030.f.2) 2nd Series, 776 Vols. (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1925-). To 1985. Federal Reporter Supplement (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1933-; 620 Vols. by 1985). (P.P.4030.f.3) U.S. Court of Claims. Cases Decided. 1855- 1980, volumes 1-224 (A.S.169-170); post-1980 (SPR Mic AS ju.3.9) [Indian Claims Commission]. General Rules of Procedure, etc. (Washington, DC, 1947). (AS .99 1) ­­ Rules of the Court of Claims of the United States Governing Appeals from the Indian Claims Commission (Washington, DC, 1948). (AS. 170/7) Murchison, Kenneth S., Digest of Decisions Relating to Indian Affairs (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1901). [667 pp.] (A.S.10) Cohen, Felix S., Handbook of Federal Indian Law (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1942). Pages 609-627 contain an alphabetical list of Indian cases in Federal Court. (A.S.189/5). Blanford, Linda A. and Patricia Russell Evans, Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1980: An Index to Opinions Arranged by Justice, sponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society, 2 Vols. (Millwood, NY: Kraus International Publications, 1983). F MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS 1.Territorial Papers Carter, Clarence, ed. The Territorial Papers of the United States 26 volumes (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1934-62). The editor for volumes 27-on (1969-)is John Porter Bloom. (A.S.420/76) 2. Statistics U.S. Bureau of the Census. Report of Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States (Excluding Alaska) at the Eleventh Census: 1890 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894). (A.S.70 [11]) Later reports are also available. A detailed analysis of Indians reported in the 1980 Census is Matthew Snipp, American Indians, the First of this Land (New York: Russell Sage
Foundation, 1989). 3.National Archives Guide to the National Archives of the United States (Washington: National Archives and Records Administration, 1987). (2725.e.548) Hill, Edward E. Guide to the Records in the National Archives of the United States Relating to American Indians (Washington: National Archives and Records Administration,1983). Outstanding guide, organized by agency and type of record; includes information on microfilmed material. American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications (Washington: National Archives, 1984). Very useful resource and reel-by-reel description of the various collections available on microfilm. Guide to the Records of the United States House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789- 1989 Charles E. Schamel, et al., eds.(Washington: U.S. House of Representatives, 1989). (OPL.973.0076) Guide to the Records of the United States Senate at the National Archives, 1789-1989 Robert J. Stewart, ed. (Washington: U.S. Senate, 1989). (OPL 973.0076) 4.Miscellaneous Items (Selected) Federal and State Indian Reservations and Indian Trust Areas New and Revised Edition (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1974). See also Confederation of American Indians, Indian Reservations: A State and Federal Handbook (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1986). (YC.1988.b.8941) Acts of Congress relating to the Board of Indian Commissioners, and By-laws of the Board (Washington, DC, 1875). (A.S.21 7/15) Bulletin. United States Indian Service. Nos. 1-3 (Washington, DC, 1909-1911). (A.S.217/12) [Charters granted to Indian Tribes in the United States] (Washington, DC, 1936--).(A.S.2l5/7) [Constitution and bylaws of the tribes in various Indian Reservations] (Washington, DC, 1935-). (A.S.215/6) Instructions to Indian Agents relative to purchasing supplies, accounting for public funds and property,... [231 pp.] (Washington, DC, 1880). (A.S.217/6) Laws and Regulations relating to Trade with Indian Tribes... September 1, 1876 (Washington, DC, 1876). (A.S.217/16(1)) Tentative Course of Study for United States Indian Schools (Washington, DC: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1915). [293 pp.] (A.S.215)
Morgan, Thomas Jefferson Indian Education U.S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin No. 1,1889 (Washington, DC, 1890). (A.S.202) Navajo Indian Reservation. Report of H. J. Hagerman, Special Commissioner to negotiate with Indians on the status of Navajo Indian Reservation land acquisitions and extensions, with specific recommendations for the outside boundaries of the reservation and of certain additional areas to be acquired for the Indians outside the reservation. [152 pp.] (Washington, DC, 1932). (A.S.10/4) Indian Education and Civilization. A Report prepared in answer to Senate Resolution of February 23, 1885, by Alice C. Fletcher (Washington, DC: Bureau of Education, Special Report, 1888). [693 pp.] (A.S.201/6) Report of a Visit to the Sioux and Ponka Indians on the Missouri River, made by William Welch to the Secretary of the Interior (Washington, DC, 1872). (8176.g.2(8)) Report of the Commission appointed under Act of Congress approved April 23, 1873, to negotiate with the Ute Indians in Colorado Territory (Washington, DC, 1873). (A.S.216/4(2)) Report on the Condition and Needs of the Mission Indians of California, made by Special Agents Helen Jackson and Abbot Kinney (Washington, DC, 1883). (A.S.217/19) Routes to Indian Agencies and Schools, with their post-offices and telegraphic addresses and nearest railroad stations. Corrected to April 1, 1910 (November 1, 1912; September 1915) 3 pts. (Washington, DC, 191015). (A.S.216) [Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.] Report of the Committee on Indian Affairs ... on the Condition of the Indians in Indian Territory, and other Indian Reservations 2 pts. 1886 [Senate Reports, 49th Congress, 1st Session, Vols., 8,9] (A.S.10/5) [Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.] Indian Land Transactions. Memorandum of the Chairman to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs ... An Analysis of the Problems and Effects of our diminishing Indian Land Base, 1948-57 [838 pp.] (Washington, DC, 1958). (A.S.50/13) Work, Hubert. Indian Policies. Comments on the Resolutions of the Advisory Council on Indian Affairs (Washington, DC, 1924). (A.S.193/68) IV. PUBLISHED SOURCES A. THE COLONIAL BACKGROUND (SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE STUDIES] Alden, John R., John Stuart and the Southern Colonial Frontier, A Study of Indian Relations, War Trade, and Land Problems in The Southern Wilderness, 1754-1755 (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1944). (Ac.2685/33) Allen, Richard S., "The British Indian Department and the Frontier in North America, 1755-1830," Canadian Historic Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History, 14:58-73. (Ottawa,
Canada: 1975). Axtell, James, After Columbus: Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988). (YH.1989.a.757) ­­ Beyond 1492: Encounters in Colonial North America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992). (YC.1993.a.1357) ­­ "The Ethnohistory of Early America: A Review Essay," William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 35 (January 1978): 110-44. (Ac.8543) [ ­­ The European and the Indian: Essays on the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America (New York: Oxford University Press,1981).(X.809/55665) ­­ The Invasion Within, The Contest of Cultures in Colonial North America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1985). (YH.1986.b.498) Axtell, James and William C. Sturtevant, "The Unkindest Cut, or Who Invented Scalping?" William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series 37 (July 1980)451- 472. (Ac.8543) Beaver, R. Pierce, Church, State and the American Indian: Two and a Half Centuries of Partnership in Missions Between Protestant Churches and Government (St. Louis, MO: Concord Publishing House, 1966). (X.100/7320) Berkhofer, Jr., Robert F., The White Man's Indian: Images of the American Indian from Columbus to the Present (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978). ((X.800/14958) Billington, Ray Allen, Land of Savagery, Land of Promise: The European Image of the American Frontier (New York: W.W. Norton, 1981). (X.800/33906) Bissell, Benjamin, The American Indian in English Literature of the 18th Century (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1925). (Ac.2692.ma/3) Blackmon, Jr., Joab L., "Judge Samuel Sewall's Efforts in Behalf of the First Americans," Ethnohistory 16 (Spring 1969):165-76. (P.P.8006.ms) Boyd, Julian P., ed., Indian Treaties Printed By Benjamin Franklin, 1736-1762 [With... historical and bibliographical notes by J.P. Boyd] (Philadelphia, PA: Historical Society of Pennsylvania,1938). (L.R.262.d.21) Calloway, Colin G., Crown and Calumet, British- Indian Relations, 1 783-1815 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987). (YC.1988.a.11063) Carter, Clarence E., "British Policy Towards the American Indians in the South, 1763-8," English Historical Review 33 (January 19l8):37-56. (PP.3408) Chalow, George Clifford, "The Red Pawns Go to War: British-American Indian Relations, 18101815," (Ph.D. diss., Indiana University, 1971).
Chamberlin, J. L., The Harrowing of Eden: White Attitudes Toward Native Americans (Toronto, Canada: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1975). (X.809/18552) Chernow, Barbara Ann, "American Indian Policy and Great Britain, 1789-1796," (MA. Thesis, Columbia University, 1969). Clinton, Robert N., "The Proclamation of 1763: Colonial Prelude to Two Centuries of FederalState Conflict Over the Management of Indian Affairs," Boston University Law Review 69 (1989). Colin, Susi, "The Wild Man and The Indian in Early 16th Century Book Illustration," in Christian F. Feest, ed., Indians and Europe... (1987), pp. 5-36. (YA.1988.b.326) Corry, John Pitts, Indian Affairs in Georgia, 1732- 1756 (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1936). (9555w. 14) Coshin, Edward J., Indian Trader and the Southern Colonial Frontier (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1992). Crane, Vernon W., The Southern Frontier: 1670- 1732 (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1928). (Ac.2685.ka.(17)) Craven, Wesley Frank, "Indian Policy in Early Virginia," William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Series1 (January 1944):65-82. (Ac.8543) _____ White, Red and Black: The Seventeenth-Century Virginian (Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1971).(X.809/18552) Daintolo, Robert, "The Early Quaker Perceptions of the Indian," Quaker History 72(1983):103-l9. Davis, Richard Beak, Intellectual Life in the Colonial South, 1585-1763, 3 Vols. (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1978),1:103-256. (X.520/28459) DePuy, Henry F., A Bibliography of the English Colonial Treaties with the American Indians (New York: Printed for the Lenox Club, 1917).(01 1903.b.5) Dobyus, Henry F., Their Number Become Thinned: Native American Population Dynamics in Eastern North America (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1983). Drake, Samuel A., The Border Wars of New England (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897). (9602.aaa.36) Drake, Thomas E., "William Penn's Experiment in Race Relations," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 68 (October 1944):372-87. (Ac.8430/6) Drummond, AM. and Richard Moody, "Indian Treaties: The First American Dramas," Quarterly
Journal of Speech 39 (February 1953):15-24. Easton, John, A Narrative of the Causes Which Led to King Philip's War... With Other Documents Prepared from the Originals (Albany, NY: 1858). (9602.c.21) Eisinger, Chester E., "The Puritan's Justification for Taking the Land," Essex Institute Historical Collections 84 (April 1948): 131-43. (Ac.1760/3) Ellis, George W. and John E. Morris, King Philip's War (New York: The Grafton Press, 1906). (09603.b.16) Ewers, John C., "When Red and White Men Met," Western Historical Quarterly 2 (April 1971):13258. Forbes, Jack D., Black Africans and Native Americans: Color, Race & Caste in the Evolution of Red-Black Peoples (Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell, 1988). (YH.1988.b.695) Foreman, Grant, ed., Advancing the Frontier, 1830-1860 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1933). (W.P.14865.(4)) _____ Indians and Pioneers: The Story of the American Southwest Before 1830 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, rev. ed., 1936).(20031 .bb.21) ­­ A Traveller in Indian Territory: The Journal E. A. Hitchcock (Cedar Rapids, MI: The Torch Press, 1930). (010410.ee.42) Franklin, Benjamin, Two Tracts: Information to Those Who Remove to America; and Remarks Concerning the Savages of America (London: 1784).(B.733.(2)) Gerbe, Antonello, The Dispute of the New World: The History of a Polemic, 1750-1900 (Pittsburgh, PA: 1973). Hammerer, John Daniel, An Account of a Plan for -Civilizing the North American Indians, Proposed in the Eighteenth Century (Brooklyn, NY: Historical Printing Club, 1890). (4767.bb.36(3))=[Originally published in 1765] (9551.aaa.2) Harriot, Thomas, A Brief and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, etc. (London: 1588).(G.7132) Glenn, Keith, "Captain John Smith and the Indians," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 53 (October 1944):228-248. Hatheway, Grover G., "The Neutral Indian Barrier State: A Project in British North American Policy, 1754-1815," (Ph.D. diss., University of Minnesota, 1957). Horsman, Reginald, Matthew Elliott, British Indian Agent (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1964). (X.800/1500)
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and Aboriginal Rights (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1985). (YH.1986.b.109) Brown, George and Ron Maguire, Indian Treaties in Historical Perspective (Ottawa, Canada: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, Research Branch, 1979). Brizinski, Peggy, Knots in a String, An Introduction to Native Studies in Canada (Saskatchewan, Canada: University Extension Press, Extension Division, University of Saskatchewan, 1993). (YA.1994.b.1 619) Cardinal, Harold, The Unjust Society: The Tragedy of Canada's Indians (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: MG. Hurtig, 1969). (X.700/8072) Clark, Bruce A., Native Liberty, Crown Sovereignty: The Existing Aboriginal Right of Self-government in Canada (Montreal, Canada: McGill-Queen's University, 1990). (YA.1993.b.7379) _____ Indian Title in Canada (Toronto, Canada: Carswell, 1987). (YA.1990.b.379) Coates, Ken S., Best Left as Indians, Native-White Relations in the Yukon Territory, 1840-1973 (Montreal, Canada: McGill-Queen's University, 1991). (YC.1992.b.1497) Dougherty, Wayne and Dennis Madill, Indian Government Under Indian Act Legislation, 1868-1951 (Ottawa, Canada: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, Research Branch, 1980). Driben, Paul and Robert Trudeau, When Freedom is Lost: The Dark Side of the Relationship Between Government and the Fort Hope Band (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 983). (X.800/39599) Fisher, Robin A., Contact and Conflict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, 1774-1890 (Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 1983). (YA.1987.a.16468) Getty Ian A.L. and Antoine Lussier, ed., As Lug is the Sun Shines and the River Flows: A Reader in Canadian Native Studies (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 1983). Getty. Ian A. L. and D. B. Smith, eds., One Century Later: Western Canadian Reserve Indians Since Treaty 7 (Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 1978). Gough. Barry M., Gunboat Frontier: British Maritime Authority and Northwest Coast Indians, 184690(Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 1984). YA. I 989.b.4690) Grant. John W., Moon of Wintertime: Missionaries ,and the Indians of Canada in Encounter Since 1534 Toronto. Canada: University of Toronto Press, I 584). (X.800/40725) Hawkes. David C., Aboriginal Peoples and Government Responsibility, Exploring Federal and Provincial Relations (Ottawa, Canada: Carleton University Press, 1991). (YA.1991.a.22592) Hawthorn, Harry, ed., A Survey of the Contemporary Indians of Canada, 2 Vols. (Ottawa, Canada: Queen's Printer, 1966-67).
Little Bear, Leroy, Menno Boldt and J. Anthony Long, eds., Pathways to Self-Determination: Canadian Indians and the Canadian State (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1984). (X.800/40085) Long, J. Anthony and Menno Boldt, eds., Government in Conflict? Provinces and Indian Nations in Canada (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1988). (YC.1989.b. 106) MacInnes, T.R.L., "History of Indian Administration in Canada," Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science 12 (August 1945): 387.(Ac.2374/2) Mathut, Mary E. Fleming, "The Reservation System: Canada and USA," Indian Council of Social Science Research Newsletter 20 (January- March 1990): 1-16. Miller, JR., Skyscrapers Hide the Heavens, A History of Indian-White Relations in Canada (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1989). (YH.1990.b.236) Miller, JR., ed., Sweet Promises, A Reader on Indian- White Relatives in Canada (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1991). (YA.1993.b.4633) Morris, Desmomd, "Cavalry or Police: Keeping the Peace on Two Adjacent Frontiers, 18701900," Journal of Canadian Studies 12 (Spring 1977): 27-37. (P.801/382) Morrison, R. Bruce and C. Roderick Wilson, eds., Native Peoples: The Canadian Experience (Toronto, Canada: McClelland & Stewart, 1986). (YA.1987.a.15593) Morse, Bradford Vi., ed., Aboriginal Peoples and the Law: Indians, Metis and Inuit Rights in Canada (Ottawa, Canada: Carleton University Press, 1989). Muise, D.A., ed., Approaches to Native History in Canada (Ottawa, Canada: National Museum of Man, 1977). (CSE: 33/51(25) Patterson, II., E. Palmer, The Canadian Indian: A History Since 1500 (Dons Mills, Ontario: CollierMacmillan Canada, 1972). (X.809/12134) Pointing, J. Rick and Roger Gibbins, Out of Irrelevance: A Socio-political Introduction to Indian Affairs in Canada (Toronto, Canada: Butterworths, 1980). (X.529/70916) Price, John, Indians of Canada: Cultural Dynamics (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada: Prentice Hall, 1979). (X.809/47882) _____ Native Studies: American and Canadian Indians (Toronto, Canada: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Ltd., 1978). (7(529/48544) Purich, Donald J., Our Land: Native Rights in Canada, The Canadian Issues Series (Toronto, Canada: James Lorimer & Co., 1986). (YA. 1988.a. 15687) Slattery, Brian, Canadian Native Law Cases, 8 Volumes (Saskatoon, Canada: University of
Saskatchewan Native Law Centre, 1980). [Covers from 1763-1978] (ZA.9.a.643) Surtees, Robert J., Canadian Indian Policy: A Critical Bibliography (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press for the Newberry Library, 1982). Tobias, John L., "Protection, Civilization, Assimilation: An Outline History of Canada's Indian Policy," Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 6 (1976): 13-50. (P.413/23) Upton, L.F.S., "The Origins of Canadian Indian Policy," Journal of Canadian Studies 8 (November 1973): 52. (P.801/302) Weaver, Sally M., Making Canadian Indian Policy: The Hidden Agenda, 1968-1970 (Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 1981). ­­ "Indian Policy in the New Conservative Government, Part I: The Nielsen Task Force of 1985," Native Studies Review 2 (1986): 1-43. E. EUROPE IN THE PACIFIC Beaglehole, John Cawte, Exploration of the Pacific(1934; London: Adam and Charles Black, 2nd ed., 1947). (W.P.5063/l4) Belich, James, The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian Interpretation of Racial Conflict (Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland Press, 1986). (YC.1988.b.9550) Daws, Gavan, Shoal of Time: A History of the Hawaiian Islands (1974; Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press, 1977). (X.700/25720) Dening, Greg, Oslands and Beaches, Discourses on a Silent Land: Marquesas, 1774-1880 (Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii, 1980). (X.800/42327) Levy, Neil M., "Native Hawaiian Land Rights," California Law Review 63 (1975): 848-885. Maude, Henry E., Of Islands and Men: Studies in Pacific History (Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press, 1968). (X.709/8265) Reynolds, Henry, The Other Side of the Frontier: Aboriginal Resistance to the European Invasion of Australia (1981; Ringwood, Australia: Penguin, 1982). (X.808/38157) ____ With the White People (Ringwood, Australia: Penguin Books, 1990). (YA.1993.b. 1626) Smith, Bernard, European Vision and the South Pacific(New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2nd. ed., 1985). (YC.1986.b.34) Spate, Oskar H.K., The Pacific Since Magellan: Volume 1: The Spanish Lake (London: Croom Helm, 1979). (X.800/29261) Volume 2: Monopolists and Freebooters (London: Croom Helm, 1983). (YC.1989.b.6369) Volume 3: Paradise Found and Last (London: Routledge, 1988). (YH.1989.b.127)
Taft. Ronald, "Attitudes of Western Australians Towards Aborigines" in Attitudes and Social Conditions Essays by Ronald Taft, John L. M. Dawson and Pamela Beasley (Canberra, Australia: Australian National University Press, 1970). (7(809/16699) VI. SPECIAL TOPICS A. ALASKAN AND HAWAIIAN NATIVES Alexander, William D., "A Brief History of Land Titles in the Hawaiian Kingdom," Hawaiian Annual (1891): 105-124. Barcott, Patricia, "The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: Survival of a Special Relationship," University of San Francisco Law Review 16 (1981): 157-78. Berry, Mary, The Alaska Pipeline: The Politics of Oil and Native Land Claims (Bloomington, IN, 1975). Parker, Linda S., Native American Estate, The Struggle Over Indian and Hawaiian Lands Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press, 1989). Walsh, John F., "Settling the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act," Stanford Law Review 38 l')85): 227-263. Ac. 2692. B. WATER RIGHTS AND NATURAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Burton, Lloyd, American Indian Water Rights and the Limits of Law (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1991). (YC.1993.a.4300) Cohen, Fay G., Treaties on Trial: The Continuing Controversy Over Northwest Indian Fishing Rights (Seattle, 1986). Hundley, Jr., Norris, "The `Winters' Decision and Indian Water Rights: A Mystery Reexamined," Western Historical Quarterly 13 (January 1982): 17-42. (P.701/404) ­­ "The Dark and Bloody Ground of Indian Water Rights: Confusion Elevated to Principle," Western Historical Quarterly 9 (October 1978): 455-82. (P.701/404) Johnson, Ralph, "The States Versus Indian Off- Reservation Fishing: A United States Supreme Court Error," Washington Law Review 47 (1972): 207-236. Landan, Jack L., "Empty Victories: Indian Treaty Fishing Rights in the Pacific Northwest," Environmental Law 10 (Winter 1980): 413-456. McLennam, Barbara N., "Federal Policy with Respect to Collection of Royalties From Oil and Gas Leases on Federal and Indian Lands," Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly (1983): 87-105.
Myer, Michael C., Water in the Hispanic Southwest: A Social and Legal History, 1550-1850 (Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 1984). (X.800/41277) Parman, Donald L., "Inconstant Advocacy: The Erosion of Indian Fishing Rights in the Pacific Northwest, 1933-1956," Pacific Historical Review 53 (May 1984): 163-89. (Ac.8504.c) Price, Monroe and Gary D. Weatherford, "Indian Water Rights in Theory and Practice: Navajo Experience in the Colorado River Basin," Law and Contemporary Problems 40 (1976): 97-131. Ranquist, Harold A., "The Winters Doctrine and How It Grew: Federal Reservation of Rights to the Use of Water," Brigham Young University Law Review, No. 4 (1975): 639-724. Williams, Ethel J., "Too Little Land, Too Many Heirs-The Indian Heirship Land Problem," Washington Law Review 46 (1971): 709-744. Wilkinson, Charles F., Crossing the Next Meridian: Land, Water, and the Future of the West (Washington, DC: Inland Press,1992). (YA.1993.b.6208) C. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND NATIVE AMERICANS Echo-Hawk, Walter R., "Native American Religious Liberty: Five Hundred Years after Columbus," American Indian Culture and Research Journal 17 (1993): 33-52. (Boston Spa) Forbes, Jack D., The Papago-Apache Treaty of 1853: Property Rights and Religious Liberties of the "O"odhan, Maricopa and Other Native Peoples (Davis, CA: Native American Studies, University of California, Davis, Tecumseh Center, 1979). (YA.1987.b.2381) Religious Freedom and the Protection of Native American Places of Worship and Cemeteries (Davis, CA: University of California, Davis, American Studies, 1977). (X.205/1540) Grimes, Ronald L., "Desecration of the Dead: An Inter-religious Controversy," American Indian Quarterly 10 (1986): 305-318. (P.P.6491.hhb) Hirschfelder, Arlene and Paulette Molin, The Encyclopedia of Native American Religions: An Introduction (New York: Facts on File, 1992). (YK. 1993.b.8474) Michaelsen, Robert S., "The Significance of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1978," Journal of the American Academy of Religion 52 (March 1984): 93-115. Rachlin, Carol K., "The Native American Church in Oklahoma," Chronicles of Oklahoma 42 (Autumn 1964): 262-72. (Ac.8484) Vecsey, Christopher, ed., Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (New York: Crossroad Publishing Co., 1991). D. NATIVE AMERICAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND PUBLICATIONS
Brumble, H. David, III, An Annotated Bibliography of American Indian and Eskimo Autobiographies (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1981). (X.800/30991) Danky, James P. and Maureen E. Hady, eds., Native American Periodicals and Newspapers, 1828- 1982: Bibliography, Publishing Record, and Holdings (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1984). Drake, Samuel G., Indian Biography, Containing the Lives of More Than Two Hundred Chiefs (Boston, MA: Josiah Drake, 1832). Eastman, Charles, Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains (Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co., 1918). Littlefield, Jr., Daniel F., and James W. Parins, American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1826-1924 (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1984). (2725.d.373) ­­ American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1971-1985 (New York: Greenwood, 1986). (2725.d.373) ­­ A Biobibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1924 (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1981). (X.950/10233) A Biobibliography of Native American Writers, 1772-1924: A Supplement (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1985). (2725.c.902) Rosenstiel, Annette, Red and White: Indian Views of the White Man, 1492-1982 (New York: Universe Books, 1983). (VA. 1988 .b. 1927) Thatcher, Benjamin B., Indian Biography, 2 VoIs. (New York: J. &J. Harper, 1832). (615.d.25) E. NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE I. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDES Allen, Paula Gunn, ed., Studies in American Indian Literature (New York: Modern Language Association, 1983).Excellent bibliography by A. LaVonnae Brown Ruoff included. Colonnese, Tom and Louis Owens, comps., .4nttrieatz Indian Novelists: An Annotated Critical Bibliography (New York: Garland, 1985). (X.95fl/46068) Etulain, Richard W., A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1982). (2725.c. 177) Ramsey, Jarold, ed., Reading the Fire: Essays in the Traditional Indian Literatures of the Far West (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1983). (7(950/28898) Ruoff A. LaVonne Brown, American Indian Literatures: An Introduction, Bibliographic Review, and Selected Bibliography (New York: Modern Language Association, 1990). [Very useful]
2. INTERPRETIVE WORKS Allen. Paula Gunn, The Sacred Hoop: Recovering tire Feminine in American Indian Traditions (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1986). (YI-l.1987.b.666) Brumble, III, H. David, American Indian Autobiography (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1988). (YH.1989.b.792) Hitt, Jim, The American West form Fiction (1824 1976) into Film (1909-1989) (Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co., 1990). [Includes an Appendix listing authors of Western fiction am various film adaptations of their works]. (YC.1990.a.5102) Larson, Charles R., American Indian Fiction (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1978). Owens, Louis, Other Destinies, Understanding th1 American Indian Novel (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1990). (YC. 1 993.a.5102) Taylor, J. Golden and Thomas J. Lyon, et al., eds., A Literary History of the American West (Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian University Press, for the Western Literature Association, 1987). [The single most important reference work. Outstanding surveys and bibliographies]. (YH.1987.b.595) Velie, Alan R., Four American Indian Literary Masters: N. Scott Momaday, James Welch, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Gerald Vizenor (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1982). (VA. 1986.a.565) ­­ ed., The Lightning Within, An Anthology, Contemporary American Indian Fiction (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1991). (YA.1993.a.20681) Vizenor, Gerald, Narrative Chance: Postmodern Discourse on Native American Literatures (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1989). (YA.1990.b.3925) Wiget, Andrew, Native American Literature (Boston, MA: Twayne, 1985). (YH.1987.a.818) F. NATIVE AMERICANS AND POPULAR CULTURE Barnett, Louise K., The Ignoble Savage: American Literary Racism, 1790-1890 (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1975). Bataille, Gretchen M. and Charles L. P. Silet, eds., The Pretend Indians: Images of Native Americans in the Movies (Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1980). Images of American Indians on Film: An Annotated Bibliography (New York: Garland, 1985). (2725.c.911) Beider, Peter G. and Marion F. Egge, The American Indian in Short Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography
(Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1979). (7(989/88785) Beider, Robert E., Contemplating Others: Cultural Contacts in Red and White America: An Annotated Bibliography on the North American Indian (Berlin, Germany: John F. Kennedy--Institut fur Nordamenkastudien, 1990). (X.0529/578(27)) Buntin, Arthur A., "The Indian in American Literature, 1680-1760," (Ph.D. diss., University of Washington, Seattle, 1961). Chapman, Edgar L., "The Image of the Indian in Max Brand's Pulp Western Novels," Heritage of Kansas 2 (Spring 1978): 16-45. Churchill, Ward, Norbet Hill and Mary Ann Hill, "Media Stereotyping and Native Response: An Historical Overview," The Indian Historian 11 (December 1978): 45-56. (P.2000/428) Coen, Rena Neumann, "The Indian as Noble Savage in 19th Century American Art," (Ph.D. diss., University of Minnesota, 1969). Dippie, Brian Vi., "This Bold but Wasting Race: Stereotypes and American Indian Policy," Montana, The Magazine of Western History 23 (January 1973): 2-13. (Boston Spa) Etulain, Richard Vi., A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1982). (2725.c. 177) Fairchild, None N., The Nobel Savage: A Study in Romantic Naturalism (New York: Columbia University Press, 1961). Fenin, George N. and William K. Everson, The Western from Silents to the Seventies (1962; Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, Rev. ed., 1978). (X.909/43595) Georgakas, Dan, "They Have Not Spoken: American Indians in Film," Film Quarterly 25 (Spring 1972): 26-32. Green, Rayna D., "The Only Good Indian: The Image of the Indian in American Vernacular Culture," (Ph.D. diss., Indiana University, Bloomington, 1973). ­­ "Traits of Indian Character: The `Indian' Anecdote in American Vernacular Tradition," Southern Folklore Quarterly 39 (1975): 233-62. Hilger, Michael, The American Indian in Film (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1986). (YC.1987.a.10379) Hitt, Jim, The American West from Fiction (1824- 19 76) into Film (1909-1989) (Jefferson NC: McFarland & Co., 1990). (YC.1990.a.5102) Keiser, Albert, The Indian in American Literature (New York: Oxford University Press, 1933). (1 1855.b.37)
King, Thomas, Cheryl Calver and Helen Hoy, eds., The Native in Literature (Oakville, Canada: ECW Press, 1987). (YH.1990.a.296) LaFarge, Oliver, "Myths that Hide the American Indian," American Heritage 7 (October 1956): 4-19, 103-107. (P.P.3437.aga) Lincoln, Kenneth, Indi'n Humor: Bicultural Play in Native America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993). (YK.1994.a.714) Lurie, Nancy Oestreich, "American Indians and Museums: A Love-Hate Relationship," Old Northwest 2 (September 1976): 235-251. Mieder, Wolfgang, "`The Only Good Indian is a Dead Indian': History and Meaning of a Proverbial Stereotype," Journal of American Folklore 106 (Winter 1993): 38-60. Monical, David G., "Changes in American Attitudes Toward the Indian as Evidenced by Captive Literature," Plains Anthropologist 14 (44, Pt.1) (1969): 130-36. Nachbar, Jack, ed., Western Films: An Annotated Critical Bibliography (New York: Garland Publishing Co., 1975). (X.989/40436) ­­ et al., Western Films 2: An Annotated Critical Bibliography from 1974-198 7 (New York: Garland Publishing Co., 1988). (2725.d.995) Prucha, Francis Paul, "The Image of the Indian in Pre-Civil War America," [1971; reprinted in Prucha, Indian Policy in the United States: Historical Essays (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1981), pp, 49-63.] (X.6221/19476) Rosa, Joseph G. and Robin May, Buffalo Bill and His Will West (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1989). (YC. 1990.a.1322) Russell, Don, The Lives and Legends of Buffalo Bill (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1960). (10865.k.27) Saum, Lewis 0., "The Fun Trader and the Noble Savage," American Quarterly 15 (Winter 1963): 554-571. (Ac.2692.p/32) Sell, H.B. and V. Wyebright, Buffalo Bill and the Wild West (New York: Oxford University Press, 1955). (10892.1.14) Sklar, Robert, Movie-Made America: A Cultural History of American Movies (New York: Vintage Books, 1975). (7(909/43900) Spaars, Jack, "The Indian on the Screen," Films in Review 10 (January 1959): 18-35. Taylor, J. Gold and Thomas J. Lyon, et. al., eds., A Literary History of the American West (Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian University Press for the Western Literature Association, 1987). (YH.1987.b.595)
Tuska, Jon, "John Wayne and the Indian," Views and Reviews 5 (September 1973): 9-17. Underhill, Lonnie Ii. and Daniel F. Littlefield, comp. and eds., Hamlin Garland's Observations on the American Indian (Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 1976). (X.800/39045) Wright, Will, Six Guns and Society: A Structural Study of the Western (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press,l975). (7(981/20276) G. MISSIONS AND MISSIONARIES TO NATIVE AMERICANS (SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE STUDIES) Bagley, Clarence B., ed., Early Catholic Missions in Old Oregon, 2 Vols. (Seattle, WA: Lowman and Hanford Co., 1932). (4768.cc.10) Bartlett, Samuel C., Historical Sketch of the Missions of the American Board Among the North American Indians (Boston, MA: American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1876). Beaver, R. Pierce, "American Missionary Efforts to Influence Government Indian Policy," Journal of Church and State 5 (May 1963): 77-94. _____ Church, State and American Indians: Two and a Half Centuries of Partnership in Missions Between Protestant Churches and Government (St. Louis, MO: Concord Publishing House, 1966). (X.100/4026) ____ "Methods in American Missions to the Indians in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Calvinist Models for Protestant Foreign Missions," Journal of Presbyterian History 47 (June 1969): l2448. (P.P.8007.ai) Berhofer, Jr., Robert F., "Protestants, Pagans, and Sequences Among the North American Indians, 1760-1860," Ethnohistory 10 (Summer 1963): 201-332. (P.P.8006.ms) ­­ Salvation and the Savage: An Analysis of Protestant Missions and American Indian Response, 178 71862 (Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 1965). (V.100/4304) Bowden, Henry Warner, American Indians and Christian Missions, Studies in Cultural Conflict (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1981). (V.529/46085) Caldwell, Martha B., ed., Annals of Shawnee Methodist Mission and Indian Manual Labor School (Topeka, KS: Kansas State Historical Society, 1939). (ordered on microfilm) Chittenden, Hiram M. and Alfred T. Richardson, eds., Life, Letters and Travels of Father Pierre-Jean de Smet, S. J., 1801-1873: Missionary Labors and Adventurers Among the Wild Tribes of the North American Indians, 4 Vols. (New York: F. P. Harper, 1905). (4764.b.1) Coleman, Michael C., "Not Race, But Grace: Presbyterian Missionaries and American Indians, 1837-1893,"Journal of American History 67 (June 1980): 41-60. (Ac.8408/2)
Presbyterian Missionary Attitudes Toward American Indians, 1837-1893 (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi,1985). (YC.1987.b.3333) Donohue, Thomas, The Iroquois and the Jesuits: The Story of the Labors of Catholic Missionaries Among the Indians (New York: Buffalo Catholic Publication Co., 1895). (ordered on microfilm) Duratschek, Sister Mary Claudia, Crusading Along Sioux Trails: A History of the Catholic Indian Missions of South Dakota (Saint Menrad, IN: Grail Publishers, 1947). (V.800/38555) Freeman, John F., "The Indian Convert: Theme and Variation," Ethnohistory 12 (Spring 1965): 113-28.(P.P.8006.ms) French, Laurence, Psychocultural Change and the American Indian: An Ethnohistorical Analysis (New York: Garland, 1987). (YH.1988.a.337) Hare, Lloyd CM., Thomas Mayhew: Patriarch to the Indians, 1593-1682 (New York: D. Appleton, 1932). Howe, Marcus Anthony DeWolfe, The Life and Labors of Bishop Hare, Apostle to the Sioux (New York: Sturges & Walton, 1911). (4987.d.5) Jeffrey, Julie Roy, Converting the West, A Biography of Narcissa Whitman (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991). (YA. 1993.a.22217) Jorgensen, Joseph G., The Sun Dance Religion: Power for the Powerless (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1972). (7(800/7718) Jung, AM., Jesuit Missions Among the American Tribe of the Rocky Mountain Indians (Spokane, WA: 1925). Kellaway, William, The New England Company, 1649-1776: Missionary Society to the American Indians (London: Longmans, 1961). (4517.ff.37) Leger, Mary Celeste, The Catholic Indian Missions in Maine (1611-1820) (1929; New York: AMS Press, 1974). (YA.1990.a.22499) Lewis, Norman, "English Missionary Interest in the Indians of North America, 1578-1700," (Ph.D., diss., University of Washington, 1968). Love, William DeLoss, Samson Occom and the Christian Indians of New England (Boston & Chicago: The Pilgrim Press, 1899). (4986.eee.28) Meyer, Roy Vi., History of the Santee Sioux: United States Indian Policy on Trial (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1967). (X.808/33551) Miller, Christopher L., Prophetic Worlds: Indians and Whites on the Columbia Plateau (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1985). (TA. l990.a.2521)
Norwood, Frederick A., "The Invisible American-Methodism and the Indian," Methodist History 8 (1970): 3-24. Rahill, Peter J., The Catholic Indian Missions and Grant's Peace Policy, 1870-1884 (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1953). (Ac.2692.y/l9) Rioter, Carl C., Baptist Missions Among the American Indians (Atlanta, GA: Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, 1944). (order on microfilm) Ronda, James P. and James Axtell, Indian Missions: A Critical Bibliography (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press for the Newberry Library, 1978). (V.709/33120) Schwarze, Edmund, History of the Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes of the United States (Bethlehem, PA: Times Publishing Co., 1923). (Ac.2088.b.(2)) Slotkin, James S., The Peyote Religion: A Study in Indian-White Relations (Glencoe, IL: Free Press, 1956). Starkloff, Carl F., The People of the Center: American Indian Religion and Christianity (New York: Seabury Press, 1974). (X.200/ 11649) Stewart, Omer C., Peyote Religion (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,1987). (W.P.14865/186) Stinson, Richard L., "The Development of Indian Mission Policy and Practice in the National Period," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 37 (March 1968): 51-. 65.(P.P.851.(J Willaner, Michael, "Public Friends Report to London Yearly Meeting on their Missions to America, 1693-l763,"Journal of the Friends' Historical Society 52 (1968): 122-30. (Ac.2069) Winslow, Oh F., John Eliot "Apostle to the lndians" (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifilin, 1968). Ziegler, Winifred H., The Wyoming Indians: Describing the Work of the Episcopal Church in Wyoming Amongst the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribes (Laramie, WY: The Diocesan Office, 1944). (V.520/33883) H. NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION AND ACCULTURATION Adams, David Vi., "The Federal Indian Boarding School: A Study of Environment and Response, 1879-1918," (Ph.D. diss., University of Indiana, Bloomington, 1975). Adams, Evelyn C., American Indian Education: Government Schools and Economic Progress (New York: King's Crown Press, 1946). (08395.c.27) Berkhofer, Jr., Robert F., "Model Zions for the American Indian," American Quarterly 15 (Summer 1963): 176-90. (Ac.2692.p/32)
Brewton, Berry, The Education of the American Indians: A Survey of the Literature (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969). Brunhouse, Robert L., "The Founding of Carlisle Indian School," Pennsylvania History 6 (April 1939): 72-85. Burton, Henrietta, The Re-establishment of the Indians in their Pueblo Life Through the Revival of their Traditional Crafts; A Study in Home Extension Education (New York: Columbia University Press, 1936). (8287.e.14) Bushnell, John H., "From American Indian to Indian American: The Changing Identity of the Hupa," American Anthropologist 70 (December 1968): 1108-1116. (Ac.6239/2) Caswell, Harriet S., Our Life Among the Iroquois Indians (Boston and Chicago: Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society, 1892). (4767.ccc. 17) Crow, John, "School for the First Americans," American Education 1 (October 1965): 15-22. [Survey of BIA programs] Deloria, Vine, A Brief History of the Federal Responsibility to the American Indian [Based on the report "Legislative Analysis of the Federal Role in Indian Education" by Vine Deloria] (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, 1979). (A.S.520/1253) Eastman, Elaine Goodale, Pratt: The Red Man's Moses [A biography of General R.H. Pratt] (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1935). (W.P.14865/11) Fear, Jacqueline Mary, "American Indian Education: The Reservation Schools, 1870- 1900," (Ph.D. diss., University of London, 1978). Fischbacher, Theodore, A Study of the Role of the Federal Government in the Education of American Indian (San Francisco, CA: R. and E. Research Associates, 1974). Fletcher, Alice C., Indian Education and Civilization [A report prepared in answer to Senate Resolution of February 23, 1885] Senate Executive Document No. 95, 48th Congress, 2nd Session, Serial 2264, Washington, DC, 1888. (A.S.201/6.) Hoxie, Frederick E., "Redefining Indian Education: Thomas J. Morgan's Program in Disarray," Arizona and the West 24 (Spring 1982): 5-18. (P.701/1302) Indian Education, Steps to Progress in the 70s (Washington, DC: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1983). (A.S.216/10) McFee, Malcolm, "The 150% Man, A Product of Blackfeet Acculturation," American Anthropologist 70 (1968): 1096-1107. (Ac.6239/2) Mitchell, Frederic and James W. Skelton, "The Church-State Conflict in Early Indian Education," History of Education Quarterly 6 (Spring 1966): 41-51.
Officer, James F., "The Role of the United States Government in Indian Acculturation and Assimilation," Annario Indigenista [Mexico] 25 (1965): 73-86. (U.N.P.468/2) Pratt, Richard Henry, Battlefield and Classroom. Four Decades With the American Indian, 1867- 1904, edited and Introduction by Robert M. Utley (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1964). (Ac.2692.ma/32) Prucha, Francis Paul, American Indian Policy in Crisis: Christian Reformers and the Indian, 1865- 1900 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976). (V.800/28725) ____ The Churches and the Indian Schools, 1888- 1912 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1979). (V.200/37485) Szasz, Margaret Connell, Education and the American Indian: The Road to Se (f-Determination Since 1928 (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 2nd ed., 1977). (V.510/16427) Indian Education in the American Colonies, 1607-1783 (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1988). (YA.1989.b.5453) Thompson, Hildegard, "Education Among American Indians: Institutional Aspects," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 311 (May 1957): 95-115. (Ac.2383) Trennert, Jr., Robert A., The Phoenix Indian School: Forced Assimilation in Arizona, 1891-1935 (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1988). (YC.1989.a.1938) U.S. Department of Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. The New Trail; A Book of Creative Writing by Indian Students (Phoenix, AZ: Phoenix Indian School, 1941). (YA.1989.b.2362) I. FEDERAL INDIAN LAW Brakel, Samuel J., American Indian Tribal Courts: The Costs of Separate Justice (Chicago, IL: American Bar Foundation, 1978). (V.200/48192) Brideur, Paul, Restitution: The Land Claims of the Mashpee, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Indians of New England (Boston, MA: 1985). Burman, Barbara, "Mancari v. Morton: A Discussion of Preference," New Mexico Law Review 4 (May 1974): 283-96. Canby, William C., Jr., American Indian Law in a Nutshell (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 2nd ed., 1991). Case, David S., Alaska Natives and American Laws (Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Press, 1984). Clinton, Robert, American Indian Law: Cases and Materials (Charlottesville, VA: Michie, 3rd. ed., 1991).
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PERIODICALS American Indian Law Review Indian Law Reporter APPENDIX A MAJOR FEDERAL LEGISLATION: NATIVE AMERICANS ACTS/STATUTES 1786 -Ordinance for the Regulation of Indian Affairs 1787 -Northwest Ordinance 1790 -Trade and Intercourse Act 1796 -Establishment of Government Trading Houses 1802 - Trade & Intercourse Act 1806 - Superintendent of Indian Trade 1816 - Exclusion of British Traders 1818 - Authorization of Indian Agents 1819 - Civilization Fund Act 1822 -Abolition of the Government Trading Houses 1822 - Act for Regulating the Indian Trade 1824 -Creation of a Bureau of Indian Affairs in War Department 1824 -Authorization of Treaties; Trade Regulations 1830 - Indian Removal Act 18P -Authorization of a Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1834 -Organization of the Department of Indian Affairs
1849 - Transfer of Indian Affairs to the Department of Interior 1867 - Report of the Doolittle Committee 1867 - Creation of the Indian Race Commission 1868 - Report of the Indian Peace Commission 1869 -Authorization of the Board of Indian Commissioners 1870 -Abolition of Treaty Making 1885 -Major Crimes Act 1887 - General Allotment Act (Dawes Act) 1891 -Amendment to the Dawes Act 1898 - Curtis Act 1901 -Citizenship for Indian in the Indian Territory 1906 - Burke Act 1907 - Lacey Act 1921 -Snyder Act [Authorization of Appropriations & Expenditures for Indian Affairs] 1924 -Indian Citizenship Act 1928 - Meriam Report 1934 - Johnson-O'Malley Act 1934 -Wheeler-Howard Act (Indian Reorganization Act) 1935 - Indian Arts and Crafts Board 1946 -Indian Claims Commission Act 1953 - House Concurrent Resolution 108 1953 - Public Law 280 1954 -Relocation of Indians in Urban Areas 1968 - Civil Rights Act of 1968
1970 -President Nixon--Special Message on Indian Affairs 1971 - Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 1972 - Indian Education Act 1974 - Indian Financing Act 1975 -Establishment of American Indian Policy Review Committee 1975 -Indian Self-Determination & Education Assistance Act 1976- Indian Crime Act of 1976 1976 -Indian health care Improvement Act 1977 -Final Report of American Indian Policy Review Commission 1977 -Establishment of Assistance Secretary--Indian Affairs 1978 -American Indian Religious Freedom 1978 -[Guidelines for] Federal Acknowledgement of Indian Tribes 1978 -Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act 1978 - Education Amendments Act of 1978: Title XI--Indian Education 1978 -Indian Child Welfare Act 1979 - Archaeological Resources Protection Act 1983 - Indian Land Consolidation Act 1988 -Amendments to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 1988 - Tribally Controlled Schools Act 1988 - Indian Gaming Regulatory Act APPENDIX B SELECT UNITED STATES' SUPREME COURT CASES: NATIVE AMERICANS 1823 - Johnson & Gramham's Lessee v. Win. McIntosh
1831 - Cherokee Nation v. Georgia 1832 - Worcester v. Georgia 1870 - Cherokee Tobacco Case 1879 -Standing Bear v. Crook 1882 - McBratney v. U.S. 1883 - Ex Parte Crow Dog 1884 - Elk v. Wilkins 1886 -U.S. v. Kagwa 1899 - Stephens v. Cherokee Nation 1903 - Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock 1908 -Winters v. U.S. 1959 - Williams v. Lee 1959 -Native American Church v. Navajo Tribal Council 1963 -Arizona v. California 1965 -Warren Trading Post v. Arizona State Tax Commission 1965 -Collifiower v. Garland 1968 -Menominee Tribe of Indians v. U.S. 1973 -McClanahan v. Arizona State Tax Commission 1974 -U.S. v. State of Washington 1974 -Morton v. Mancari 1974 -Oneida Indian Nation v. Country of Oneida [NY] 1975 - Passamaquoddy Tribe v. Morton 1975 - Antoine v. Washington 1976 - Bryan v. ltasca County [Minnesota]
1977 - Puyallup Tribe, Inc. v. Department of Game 1978 - Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe 1978 - U.S. v. Wheeler 1978 - Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez 1979 - Washington v. Washington State Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessel Association 1980 - U.S. y. Nation of Indians 1980 - White Mountain Apache Tribe v. Bracker 1982 - Merrion v. Jicarilla Apache Tribe 1983 - New Mexico v. Mescalero Apache Tribe 1984 - U.S. v. Dann 1985 - County of Oneida [NY] v. Oneida Indian Nation 1988 - Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association

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