Native American Issues: A Reference Handbook
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - 329 strani
This handbook provides an unbiased, in-depth assessment of the struggles, successes, and status of Native Americans in what is now the United States from the time of the first European settlers to the present.
Refocusing the first edition's underlying theme of sovereignty to highlight issues related to community, this extensively updated volume addresses the greatest single change in the condition of Native Americans in the last decade--the proliferation of gambling enterprises. Issues such as land claims, use of natural resources, sacred sites, governments, and stereotyping are examined from the perspective of strengthening community.
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A Reference Handbook 1 Introduction
A Reference Handbook 2 Native Communities in History and Native Peoples Today
A Reference Handbook 3 The Keystone Topic for Contemporary Native America Gambling
A Reference Handbook 4 Other Issues
A Reference Handbook 5 Chronology of Native America
A Reference Handbook 6 Biographies
A Reference Handbook 7 Legislation Litigation and Statistics