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The new Indians [by] Stan Steiner.

By: Steiner, Stan.
Contributor(s): Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Harper & Row [1967, c1968]Edition: [1st ed.].Description: xiii, 348 p. illus., map, ports. 22 cm.Subject(s): Indians of North America | Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1934- | United States -- Race relationsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: New Indians.DDC classification: 301.451/97/073 Other classification: Epl 1 | e | 15.87 | 6,33 Also issued online.
Contents:
The case of the deerslayer -- The warriors return -- The powwow of the young intellectuals -- The red Muslims -- The fish-in within the fish -- The academic aborigine -- The Great White Father myth -- The Christ who never came -- The time machine -- The factory without a time clock -- The lost tribes of rugged individualists -- Go in beauty -- As long as the grass shall grow --The cement prairies -- The war on Hosteen poverty -- The changing women -- Warpath on the reservations -- Uncle tomahawks and hidden colonialists -- Red power -- Appendices. A. Sources ; B. "Let us develop a model for the former colonial world..." ; C. "Tribalism and the modern society" ; D. 1. "On the 'wise all-knowing' white friend" ; 2. "Watts and Little BIg Horn" ; E. Preamble to the Constitution of the National Indian Youth Council, founding resolution, and statement of purpose ; F. "Which one are you?: five types of young Indians" ; G. "So you want to be a leader" ; H. "Historical survey of American Indians" ; I. Chronology of Indian history: 1492-1955 ; J. Statistics of Indian tribes: population and land.
Summary: Appendices contain Primary source material.
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Bibliography: p. 327-336.

The case of the deerslayer -- The warriors return -- The powwow of the young intellectuals -- The red Muslims -- The fish-in within the fish -- The academic aborigine -- The Great White Father myth -- The Christ who never came -- The time machine -- The factory without a time clock -- The lost tribes of rugged individualists -- Go in beauty -- As long as the grass shall grow --The cement prairies -- The war on Hosteen poverty -- The changing women -- Warpath on the reservations -- Uncle tomahawks and hidden colonialists -- Red power -- Appendices. A. Sources ; B. "Let us develop a model for the former colonial world..." ; C. "Tribalism and the modern society" ; D. 1. "On the 'wise all-knowing' white friend" ; 2. "Watts and Little BIg Horn" ; E. Preamble to the Constitution of the National Indian Youth Council, founding resolution, and statement of purpose ; F. "Which one are you?: five types of young Indians" ; G. "So you want to be a leader" ; H. "Historical survey of American Indians" ; I. Chronology of Indian history: 1492-1955 ; J. Statistics of Indian tribes: population and land.

Also issued online.

Appendices contain Primary source material.

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