Selling the Indian : commercializing & appropriating American Indian cultures / edited by Carter Jones Meyer, Diana Royer. - Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c2001. - xix, 279 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The "shy" Cocopa go to the fair / Nancy J. Parezo and John W. Troutman -- Command performances : staging Native Americans at Tillicum Village / Katie N. Johnson and Tamara Underiner -- Savage desires : the gendered construction of the American Indian in popular media / S. Elizabeth Bird -- "Beyond feathers and beads" : interlocking narratives in the music and dance of Tokeya Inajin (Kevin Locke) / Pauline Tuttle -- "The idea of help" : White women reformers and the commercialization of Native American women's arts / Erik Trump -- Saving the Pueblos : commercialism and Indian reform in the 1920s / Carter Jones Meyer -- Marketing traditions : Cherokee basketry and tourist economies / Sarah H. Hill -- Crafts, tourism, and traditional life in Chiapas, Mexico : a tale related by a pillowcase / Chris Goertzen.

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Indians of North America--Public opinion.
Indians in popular culture--United States.
Indians in literature.
Stereotypes (Social psychology)--United States.
Public opinion--United States.


United States--Civilization--Indian influences.
United States--Cultural policy.

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