What You Need To Read, June 2019

What You Need To Read, June 2019

Anderson, Gary Clayton. Massacre in Minnesota: The Dakota War of 1862, The Most Violent Ethnic Conflict in American History, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Arnott, Sigrid and David L. Maki., “Forts on Burial Mounds: Interlocked Lanscapes of Mourning and Colonialism at the Dakota-Settler Frontier, 1860-1876,” Historical Archaeology, 53 (March 2019) 153-169.

Barman, Jean. Iroquois in the West, (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2019).

Beck, David R. M. Unfair Labor: American Indians and the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019)

Bigart Robert and Joseph McDonald, eds, ‘Sometimes My People Get Mad When the Blackfeet Kill Us”: A Documentary History of the Salish and Pend d’Oreille Indians, 1845-1874, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Bjork, Katharine. Prairie Imperialist: The Indian Country Origins of America Empire, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019)

Blee, Lisa and Jean M. O’Brien, Monumental Mobility: The Memory Work of Massasoit, (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2019)

Booss, John, “Survival of the Pilgrims: A Reevaluation of the Lethal Epidemic Among the Wampanoag,” Historical Journal of Massachusetts, 47 (Winter 2019), 109-133.

Catalano, Joshua Casmir. “Blue Jacket, Anthony Wayne and the Psychological and Symbolic War for Ohio, 1790-1795,” Ohio History, 126 (Spring 2019), 5-34.

Cipolla, Craig N. et. al., “Theory in Collaborative Indigenous Archaeology: Insights from Mohegan,” American Antiquity, 84 (January 2019), 127-142.

Clow, Richmond L. “Crossing the Divide from Citizen to Voter: Tribal Suffrage in Montana, 1880-2016,” Montana: The Magazine of Western History, 69 (Spring 2019), 34-54.

Colwell, Chip. “Can Repatriation Heal the Wounds of History? Public Historian, 41 (February 2019), 90-110.

Conner, Thaddeus, et. al., “20 Years of Indian Gaming: Reassessing and Still Winning,” Social Science Quarterly, 100 (May 2019). 893-807

Dixon, Bradley J. “‘His One Netev Ples’: The Chowans and the Politics of Native Petitions in the Colonial South,” William and Mary Quarterly, 76 (January 2019), 41-74.

Donis, Jay. “No Man Shall Suffer for the Murder of a Savge: The Augusta Boys and the Virginia and Pennsylvania Frontiers” Pennsylvania History, 86 (Winter 2019) 38-66.

Ebright, Malcolm. Pueblo Sovereignty: Indian Land and Water in New Mexico and Texas, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Estes, Nick. Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance, (New York: Verso, 2019).

Farley, William A., et. al., “A Quantitative Dwelling-Scale Approach to the Social Implications of Maize Horticulture in New England,” American Antiquity, 84 (April 2019), 274-291.

Gilio-Whitaker, Dina. As Long as Grass grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, From Colonization to Standing Rock, (Boston: Beacon, 2019).

Goetz, Rebecca Anne. “The Nanziatticos and the Violence of the Archive: Land and Native Enslavement in Colonial Virginia,” Journal of Southern History, 85 (February 2019), 33-60.

Hart, Siobhan M. and Paul A. Shackel. Colonialism, Community and Heritage in Native New England, (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2019).

Herrman, Rachel B. To Feast on Us as their Prey: Cannibalism and the Early Modern Atlantic, (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2019).

Hipp, Martha Louise. Sovereign Schools: How Shoshones and Arapahos Created a High School on the Wind River Reservation, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Johnson, Miranda. “Case of the Million-Dollar Duck: A Hunter, his Treaty, and the Bending of the Settler Contract,” American Historical Review, 124 (February 2019), 56-86.

Kristofic, Jim. Medicine Women: The Story of the First Native American Nursing School, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2019).

Lambert, Michael. “How Grandma Kate Lost Her Cherokee Blood and What This Says about Race, Blood, and Belonging in Indian Country,” American Indian Quarterly, 43 (Spring 2019), 135-167.

Landrum, Cynthia. The Dakota Sioux Experience at Flandreau and Pipestone Indian Schools, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Legg, James B., et. al., “An Appraisal of the Indigenous Acquisition of Contact-Era European Metal Objects in Southeastern North America,” International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 23 (March 2019), 81-102.

Madley, Benjamin. “California’s First Mass INcarceration System: Franciscan Missions, California Indians and Penal Servitude, 1769-1836,” Pacific Historical Review, 88 (2019), 14-47.

Methot, Suzanne. Legacy: Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing, (Toronto: ECW Press, 2019).

Miller, Douglas K. Indians on the Move: Native American Mobility and Urbanization in the Twentieth Century, (Chapel Hill: UNC, 2019).

Nassaney, Michael S. “Cultural Identity and Materiality at French Fort St. Joseph, (20BE23) Niles, Michigan.” Historical Archaeology, 53 (March 2019), 56-72.

Newman, Andrew. Allegories of Encounter: Colonial Literacy and Indian Captivities, (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2019).

Nickel, Sarah. “Reconsidering 1969: The White Paper and the Making of the Modern Indigenous Rights Movement,” Canadian Historical Review, 100 (June 2019), 223-238.

Osburn, Katherine M. B. “Strategic Citizenship: Negotiating Public Law 280 in Arizona, 1953-1968,” Ethnohistory 66 (January 2019).

Poorman, Elizabeth. “White Lies: Indigenous Scholars Respond to Elizabeth Warren’s Claims to Native Ancestry,” Perspectives on History, 57 (March 2019), 9-11.

Schneider, Tsim and Lee M. Panich, “Landscapes of Refuge and Resiliency: Native California Persistence at Tomales Bay, California, 1770s-1870s,” Ethnohistory, 66 (January 2019).

Schneider, Tsim D. “Heritage In-Between: Seeing Native HIstories in Colonial California,” Public Historian, 41 (February 2019), 51-63.

Simek, Jan F., et. al., “The Red Bird River Shelter (15CY52) Revisited: The Archaeology of the Cherokee Syllabary and of Sequoyah in Kentucky,” American Antiquity, 84 (April 2019), 302-316.

Spencer, Jasmine, “The Buffalo, the Chickadee, and the Eagle: A Multispecies Textual history of Plenty Coup’s Multivocal Autobiography.” American Indian Quarterly, 43 (spring 2019), 168-203.

Sussman, Naomi. “Indigenous Diplomacy and Spanish Mediation in the Lower Colorado-Gila River Region, 1771-1783,” Ethnohistory, 66 (April 2019), 329-352.

Sweet, Jameson. “Native Suffrage: Race, Citizenship, and Dakota Indians in the Upper Midwest,” Journal of the Early Republic, 39 (Spring 2019), 99-109

Tone-Pah-ote, Jenny. Crafting an Indigenous Nation: Kiowa Expressive Culture in the Progressive Era, (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2019).

Wellington, Rebecca. “Girls Breaking Boundaries: Acculturatin and Self-Advocacy at Chemawa Indian School, 1900-1930s,” American Indian Quarterly, 43 (Winter 2019), 101-132.

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