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What You Need To Read, December 2021

This is the final week of classes at Geneseo before finals next week. It has been a trying school year for many of us. Nonetheless I completed a few things. Peter Olsen-Harbich and I completed the third edition of Native America and submitted it to our publisher at Wiley. We expect to see it in print and e-book in time for the fall semester in 2022. That means this is the first bibliography that will be considered for the fourth edition of the book, if and when we get around to doing that work. Before we get to that, a long-awaited sabbatical, during which I hope to make a great deal of progress on my next book, a history of the Onondaga Nation. As always, if you think there is something missing here, please let me know and I will run down the cite. Have a good end of the school year.

Akins, Damon B. and William J. Bauer, Jr., We Are the Land: A History of Native California, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2021).

Biolsi, Thomas. “The Treaty Imaginary and Tribal Sovereignty in South Dakota,” American Indian Quarterly 45 (Summer 2021), 209-249.

Clements, Christopher. “’There is no trouble at all if the state would keep out’: Indigenous People and New York’s Carceral State,” Journal of American History, 108 (September 2021) 296-319.

Dyck, Erika and Maureen Lux. “Population Control in the Global North? Canada’s Response to Indigenous Reproductive Rights and Neo-Eugenics,” Canadian Historical Review,102 (August 2021), 876-902.

Fisher, Julie A. “Roger Williams and the Indian Business,” New England Quarterly, 50 (September 2021), 552-571.

Haake, Claudia Bettina. “A Duty to Protect and Respect: Seneca Opposition to Incorporation during the Removal Period,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 44 (2020), 21-40.

Haider, Mellie and Manuel P. Teodoro, “Environmental Federalism in Indian Country: Sovereignty, Primacy, and Environmental Protection,” Policy Studies Journal, 49 (August 2021), 887-908.

Hart, William B. “For the Good of Their Souls”: Performing Christianity in Eighteenth Century Mohawk Country, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2021).

Hoy, Benjamin.  A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border Across Indigenous Lands, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021).

Hausmann, Stephen R. “Erasing Indian Country: Urban Native Space and the 1972 Rapid City Flood,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Autumn 2021), 305-329.

Kherag, Sean. “Against the Current and into the Light: Performing History and Land in Coast Salish Territories and Vancouver’s Stanley Park,” BC Studies, 211 (Autumn 2021), 131-143.

Meadows, William C. “Kiowa at the Battle of the Washita, 27 November 1868,” Ethnohistory, 68 (October 2021), 519-545.

Mize, Jamie Myers. “’To Conclude on a General Union’: Masculinity, the Chickamauga, and Pan-Indian Alliances in the Revolutionary Era,” Ethnohistory, 68 (July 2021), 429-448.

Mohlman, Nicholas K. “Making a Massacre: The 1622 Virginia ‘massacre,’ Violence and the Virginia Company of London’s Corporate Speech,” Early American Studies, 19 (Summer 2021), 419-156.

Nelson, Peter. “Where Have All the Anthros Gone? The Shift in California Indian Studies form Research ‘on’ to Research ‘with, for, and by’ Indigenous Peoples,” American Anthropologist, 123 (September 2021), 469-473.

Nesper, Larry. Our Relations…the Mixed Bloods: Indigenous Transformation and Dispossession in the Western Great Lakes, (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2021).

Nichols, David A. “A Note on Economic Depressions and Native American Opportunities,”  Indiana Magazine of History, 117 (September 2021), 157-168.

Phillips, Katrina M. Staging Indigeneity: Salvage Tourism and the Performance of Native American History, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Pustet, Regina. Lakota Texts: Narratives of Lakota Life and Culture in the Twentieth Century, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021).

Reed, Julie. Serving the Nation: Cherokee Sovereignty and Social Welfare, 1800-1907, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Ridner, Judith. “Archibald Loudon and the Politics of Print and Indian-Hating in the Early Republic,” Early American Studies, 19 (Summer 2021), 528-567.

Rizzo-Martinez, Martin. We Are Not Animals: Indigenous Politics of Survival, Rebellion, and Reconstitution in Nineteenth-Century California, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021).

Roberts, Alaina. “When Black Lives Matter Meets Indian Country: Using the Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations as Case Studies for Understanding the Evolution of Public History and Interracial Coalition,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Summer 2021), 250-271.

Shefveland, Kristalyn Marie. “Pocahontas and Settler Memory in the Appalachian West and South,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Autumn 2021), 281-303.

Sutton, Victoria. Decolonizing the Foundations of American Indian Law, (Lubbock: Texas tech University Press, 2021).

Tongkeamha, Henrietta, et al., Stories from Saddle Mountain: Autobiographies of a Kiowa Family, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021).

Tucker, Patrick M. “Savage Barbarity: Native American Uncivilized (Guerilla) Warfare at Cold Creek in the Firelands of Ohio during the War of 1812,” Ohio History, 128 (Fall 2021), 1-22.

Verbeek, Vincent.  “A Dissonant Education: Marching Bands and Indigenous Musical Traditions at Sherman Institute, 1901-1940,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 44 (2020), 41-58.

Witgen, Michael John.  Seeing Red: Indigenous Land, American Expansion, and the Political Economy of Plunder in North America, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Wotherspoon, Terry, and Emily Milne. “’Errors were Made:’ Public Attitudes Regarding Reconciliation and Education in Canada,” Canadian Review of Sociology, 58 (August 2021), 306-326.

Yarbrough, Fay A. Choctaw Confederates: The American Civil War in Indian Country, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

What You Need To Read, September 2021

I am back in front of the classroom for the first time since March of 2020. It is a busy and exciting time on campus. If you find some time amidst all the adjustments required by a new school year, here is some of the scholarly work that I think might be worth your time. Enjoy, and if there is something you noticed that I missed, please send it along and I will update the list.

Bakken, Dawn E. “The Attempted Potawatomi Removal of 1839,” Indiana Magazine of History, 117 (September 2021), 169-207.

Baumgartner, Alice L. “The Massacre at Gracias a Dios: Mobility and Violence on the Lower Rio Grande, 1821-1856,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Spring 2021), 35-58.

Bigart, Robert and Joseph McDonald, `We Want Freedom and Citizenship’: Documents of Salish, Pend d’Oreille, and Kootenai Indian History, 1912-1920, (Pablo, MT: Salish Kootenai College Press, 2021).

Boxell, Mark. “From Native Sovereignty to an Oilman’s State: Land, Race, and Petroleum in Indian Territory and Oklahoma,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (April 2021), 216-233.

Britten, Thomas A. “Termination by Decentralization? Native American Responss to Federal Regional Councils, 1969-1983,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Spring 2021), 121-151.

Bruyneel, Kevin. Settler Memory: The Disavowal of Indigeneity and the Politics of Race in the United States, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Cevasco, Carla. “`Nothing Which Hunger Will Not Devour’: Disgust and Sustenance in the Northeastern Borderlands,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 264-293.

Conrad, Paul. The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021).

Cothran, Boyd. “Between Civilization and Savagery: How Reconstruction Era Federal Indian Policy Led to Indian Wars,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Summer 2021), 167-188.

Dinwoodie, Jane. “Evading Indian Removal in the American South.” Journal of American History, 108 (June 2021), 17-41.

Estreicher, Justin. “`Unoccupied and of a Valuable Kind’: The George Gold Rush and Manufactured Cherokee Savagery,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 105 (no. 2, 2021), 87-119.

Fisher, Dennis Leo. “War, Wampum and Recognition: Algonquin Transborder Political Activism during the Early Twentieth Century, 1919-1931.” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Winter 2021), 56-79.

Hausman, Stephen R. “Erasing Indian Country: Urban Native Space and the 1972 Rapid City Flood,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Autumn 2021), 305-329.

Hill, Matthew E. and Lauren W. Ritterbush, People in a Sea of Grass: Archaeology’s Changing Perspectives on Indigenous Plains Communities, (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2021).

Horn, James P. P., A Brave and Cunning Prince: The Great Chief Opechancanough and the War for America, (New York: Basic Books, 2021).

Hoy, Benjamin.  A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border Across Indigenous Lands, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021).

Hudson, Angela Pulley. “The Indian Doctress in the Nineteenth-Century United States: Race, Medicine, and Labor,” Journal of Social History, 54 (Summer 2021), 1160-1187.

Kalweit, Andrew, Marc Clark and Jamie Ishcomer-Aazami, “Determinants of Racial Misclassification in COVID-19 Mortality Data: The Role of Funeral Directors and Social Context,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 44 (no. 3, 2020), 15-36.

Kennedy, Brenden Edward.  “Mississippi Stocks and the 1795 Yazoo Land Sale: Slavery, Securities Markets, Native American Dispossession, and the Panic of 1819 in Alabama,” Alabama Review, 74 (July 2021), 1-38.

Krischer, Elana. “Seneca Conceptions of Land Use and Value: Debates over Land Sovereignty, 1797-1848,” Journal of the Early Republic, 41 (Fall 2021), 373-401.

LaCombe, Michael A. “`To the end that you may the better perceive these things to be true’: Credibility and Ralph Hamor’s A True Discourse of the Present Estate of Virginia,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 294-321.

Lentis, Marinella. Colonized Through Art: American Indian Schools and Art Education, 1889-1915, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021).

Mackenthun, Gesa and Christen Mucher, Decolonizing Prehistory: Deep Time and Indigenous Knowledges in Noth America, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2021).

Mihesuah, Devon A. Ned Christie: The Creation of an Outlaw and a Cherokee Hero, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Mize, Jamie Myers. “’To Conclude on a General Union’: Masculinity, the Chickamauga, and Pan-Indian Alliances in the Revolutionary Era,” Ethnohistory, 68 (July 2021), 429-448.

Montgomery, Lindsay M. “A Rejoinder to Body Bags: Indigenous Resilience and Epidemic Disease, from COVID-19 to First ‘Contact’,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 44 (no. 3., 2020), 65-86.

Nesper, Larry, Amorin Mellow and Michael S. Wiggins, Our Relations…the Mixed Bloods: Indigenous Transformation and Dispossession in the Western Great Lakes, (Albany: SUNY Press, 2021).

Newman, Paul Douglas. “The `Four Nations of Indians upon the Susquehanna’: Mid-Atlantic Murder, Diplomacy, and Political Identity, 1717-1723,” Pennsylvania History, 88 (Summer 2021), 287-318.

Nichols, David A. “Potawatomi Resistance, Renewal, and Removal,” Indiana Magazine of History, 117 (June 2021), 65-81.

Oberg, Michael Leroy. “The Way Things Matter,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (April 2021), 330-332.

Pearl, Chris. “Becoming Patriots: The Struggle for Inclusion and Exclusion on Pennsylvania’s Revolutionary Frontier,” Pennsylvania History,  88 (Summer 2021), 362-401.

Pointer, Richard W. Pacifist Prophet: Papunhank and the Quest for Peace in Early America, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Rindfleisch, Bryan C. Brothers of Coweta: Kinship, Empire and Revolution in the Eighteenth-Century Muscogee World, (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2021).

Sabo, George. Ways of the Ancestors: Ancient Indians of Arkansas, (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2021).

Seeley, Samantha.  Race, Removal, and the Right to Remain: Migration and the Making of the United States, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Shuck-Hall, Sheri Marie.  Journey to the West: The Alabama and Coushatta Indians,  (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Spindler, John E. “Slaughter in the Snow,” Military Heritage, 22 (Winter 2021), 62-71.

Tongkeamha, Henrieta, et al., Stories from Saddle Mountain: Autobiographies of a Kiowa Family, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021).

Usner, Daniel H. “Chitimacha Diplomacy and Commerce in Colonial Louisiana,” Louisiana History, 62 (Spring 2021), 133-176.

Webster, Rebecca M. “The Wisconsin Oneida and the WPA” Stories of Corn, Colonialism, and Revitalizaation,” Ethnohistory, 68 (July 2021), 407-427.

Wickman, Thomas. “Our Best Places: Gender, Food Sovereignty, and Miantonomi’s Kin on the Connecticut River,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 215-263.

Yarbrough, Fay A. Choctaw Confederates: The American Civil War in Indian Country, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

What You Need To Read, June 2021

I hope you all are settling into your summer routines, and that this summer is better for you than last year. Here is your quarterly bibliography of new and interesting work I will be consulting as I work with Peter Olsen-Harbich to revise and produce a third edition of Native America.

Anderson, Mark R.  Down the Warpath to the Cedars: Indians’ First Battles in the Revolution, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Baumgartner, Alice L. “The Massacre at Gracias a Dios: Mobility and Violence on the Lower Rio Grande, 1821-1856,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Spring 2021), 35-58.

Boxell, Mark.  “From Native Sovereignty to an Oilman’s State: Land, Race, and Petroleum in Indian Territory and Oklahoma,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (April 2021), 216-233.

Burch, Susan.  Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and Beyond Institutions, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Cevasco, Carla.  “’Nothing Which Hunger Will Not Devour’: Disgust and Sustenance in the Northeastern Borderlands,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 264-293.

Conrad, Paul.  The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021).


Cothran, Boyd.  “Between Civilization and Savagery: How Reconstruction Era Frederal Indian Policy Led to the Indian Wars,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Summer 2021), 167-188.

Eustace, Nicole.  Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America, (New York: Liveright, 2021).

Fisher, Dennis Leo.  “War, Wampum, and Recognition: Algonquin Transborder Political Activism during the Early Twentieth Century, 1919-1931,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Winter 2021), 56-79.

Harjo, Joy.  Living Nations, Living Words: An Anthology of First Peoples Poetry, (New York: Norton, 2021).

Helfrich, Joel T. “No More Nations within Nations: Indigenous Sovereignty after the End of Treaty Making in 1871,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (April 2021).

Jones, Charlotte.  “Conveyors of Creolization: Animal Husbandry Practices in Louisiana, 1716-1822,” Louisiana History, 62 (Winter 2021), 33-60.

Kane, Katie.  “Art, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Resistance in the Age of Big Oil: Corwin Clairont’s Two-Headed Arrow/The Tar Sands Project,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Spring 2021), 152-195.

Kantrowitz, Stephen.  “Jurisdiction, Civilization, and the Ends of Native American Citizenship: The View from 1866,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Summer 2021), 189-208.

Kassabaum, Megan C.  A History of Platform Mound Ceremonialism: Finding Meaning in Elevated Ground, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2021).

Keeler, Jacqueline.  Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the America Story of Sacred Lands, (Salt Lake City: Torrey House Press, 2021).

King, Farina, Michael P. Taylor and James Swenson, eds., Returning Home: Diné Creative Works from the Intermountain Indian School, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2021).

LaCombe, Michael A. “’To the End that You May Better Perceive these Things to be True’: Credibility and Ralph Hamor’s True Discourse of the Present Estate of Virginia,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 294-321.

Mantegani, Joseph.  “Slouching Towards Autonomy: Reenvisioning Tribal Jurisdiction, Native American Autonomy, and Violence Against Women in Indian Country,” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 111 (Spring 2021), 315-350.

Moats, Sandra.  Navigating Neutrality: Early American Governance in the Turbulent Atlantic, (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2021).

Oberg, Michael Leroy.  “The Way Things Matter,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (April 2021), 330-332.

Owens, Robert M.  “Indian Wars” and the Struggle for Eastern North America, 1763-1842, (New York: Routledge, 2021).

Peeples, Matthew A. Connected Communities: Networks, Identity, and Social Change in the Ancient Cibola World, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2021).

Pesantubbee, Michelene E., Native Foodways: Indigenous North American Religious Traditions and Foods, (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2021).

Reid, Gerald F.  Chief Thunderwater: An Unexpected Indian in Unexpected Places, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021)

Strang, Cameron.  “Pursuing Knowledge, Surviving Empire: Indigenous Explorers in the Removal Era,” William and Mary Quarterly, 78 (April 2021), 281-312

Taylor, Alan.  American Republics: A Continental History of the United States, 1783-1850, (New York: Norton, 2021).

Toler, Lorraine Updike. “The Missing Indian Affairs Clause,” University of Chicago Law Review, 88 (March 2021), 413-486.

Tsukada, Hiroyuki.  “Powhatan and the Fate of the Lost Colonists of Roanoke: Decoding William Strachey’s Imaginary Geography,” North Carolina Historical Review, 98 (January 2021), 42-64.

Wickman, Thomas. “Our Best Places: Gender, Food Sovereignty, and Mianotonomi’s Kin on the Connecticut River,” Early American Studies, 19 (Spring 2021), 215-263.

What You Need To Read, March 2021

If you are reading this, it means you made it through 2021. Though we still have plenty of tough times ahead, I wish you all the best, and hope you find the first quarterly bibliography of this new year of some value. If there is anything I missed and that you would like me to look at, you know how to reach me. Stay safe, everyone, and here’s to hoping 2021 is better than 2020.

Baumgartner, Alice L. “The Massacre at Gracias a Dios: Mobility and Violence on the Lower Rio Grande, 1821-1856,” Western Historical Quarterly, 52 (Spring 2021), 35-58.

Burch, Susan. Committed: Remembering Native Kinship In and Beyond Institutions, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Casteneda, Terri A. Marie Mason Potts: The Lettered Life of a California Indian Activist, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Champagne, Duane and Carole Goldberg. A Coalition of Lineages: The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, (Tuscon: University of Arizona Press, 2021).

Daggar, Lori. “The Mission Complex: Economic Development, ‘Civilization,’ and Empire in the Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic, 36 (September 2016), 467-492.

Eustace, Nicole. Covered With Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice In Early America, (New York: Liveright, 2021).

Fisher, Dennis Leo. “War, Wampum, and Recognition: Algonquin Transborder Political Activism during the Early Twentieth Century, 1919-1931,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Winter 2021), 56-79.

Frederick, Jer. “Shifting Sands: Congressman Charlie Rose, Tribal, Federal, and State Politics, and the History of Lumbee Recognition,” North Carolina Historical Review, 97 (October 2021), 401-474.

Gage, Justin. We Do Not Want the Gates Closed Between U: Native Networks and the Spread of the Ghost Dance. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Garrison, Tim Alan.  “Twisting Air: Native Southerners and their Encounters with Tornadoes,” Native South, 13 (2020), 60-93.

Goodman, Linda J. and Helma Swan. Singing the Songs of my Ancestors: The Life and Music of Helma Swan, Makah Elder, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Hahn, Monica Anke. “Pantomime Indian: Performing The Encounter in Robert Sayer’s Harlequin Cherokee,” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 78 (January 2021), 117-146.

Heyes, Scott A. “Embracing Indigenous Knowledge: The Spiritual Dimensions of Place,” SiteLINES: A Journal of Place, 16 (Fall 2020), 3-7.

Hoy, Benjamin. A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border across Indigenous Lands, (New York: Oxford University Press 2021).

Hudson, Angela Pulley. “Removals and Remainder: Apaches and Choctaws in the Jim Crow South,” Journal of the Civil War Era, 11 (March 2021), 80-102.

Janda, Sarah Eppler, Patricia Loughlin, and Renee M. Laegreid, eds. This Land Is Herland: Gendered Activism in Oklahoma, 1870-2010, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Lee, An Anson.  “The Mesilla Guard: Race and Violence in Nineteenth-Century New Mexico,” New Mexico Historical Review, 125 (December 2020), 1752-1763.

Meadows, William C. The First Code-Talkers: Native American Communication in World War I, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Mihesuah, Devon A. Ned Christie: The Creation of an Outlaw and Cherokee Hero, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Oberg, Michael Leroy, ‘Every Drop of Indian Blood’: The Short But Ironic Life of Sylvester Long,” Native South, 13 (2020), 32-59.

O’Neill, Sean.  Cultural Contact and Linguistic Relativity among the Indians of Northwestern California, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Panich, Lee M.,, George Ann DeAntoni, and Tsim Schneider, “‘By the Aid of his Indians’: Native Negotiations of Settler Colonialism in Marin County, California.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 25 (no. 1, 2021), 92-115.

Pauketat, Timothy R. “When the Rains Stopped: Evapotranspiration and Ontology at Ancient Cahokia,” Journal of Anthropological Research, 76 (Winter 2020), 410-438.

Peterson, Dawn.  Indians in the Family: Adoption and the Politics of Antebellum Expansion, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2017).

Phillips, Katrina M. Staging Indigeneity: Salvage Tourism and the Performance of Native American History, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Reid, Gerald F. Chief Thunderwater: An Unexpected Indian in Unexpected Places, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Rountree, Helen C. Manteo’s World: Native American Life in Carolina’s Sound Country before            and after the Lost Colony, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Silverman, David J. “Ungrateful Children and Days of Mourning: Two Wampanoag Interpretations of the ‘First Thanksgiving’ and Colonialism through the Centuries,” New England Quarterly, 93 (December 2020), 608-634.

Smith, Andrea Lynn and Nëhdöwes (Randy A. John). “Monuments, Legitimization Ceremonies, and Haudenosaunee Rejection of Sullivan-Clinton Markers,” New York History 101 (Winter 2020/2021). 343-365.

Sousa, Ashley Riley. “Trapped? The Fur Trade and Debt Peonage in Central California,” Pacific Historical Review, 90 (Winter 2021), 1-27.

Spindler, John E. “Slaughter in the Snow,” Military Heritage, 22 (Winter 2021), 62-71.

Taylor, Alan. American Republics: A Continental History of the United States, 1783-1850. (New York: Norton, 2021).

Theobald, Brianna. “Bringing Back Woman Knowledge: The Women’s Dance Health Program and Native Midwifery in the Twin Cities,” Journal of Women’s History, 32 (Winter 2020).

Townshend, Russell, et. al., “Digital Archaeology and the Living Cherokee Landscape,” International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 24 (December 2020), 969-988.

Turner, John G. “The Yoke of Bondage: Slavery in Plymouth Colony,” New England Quarterly, 93 (December 2020), 634-54.

Wallace, Jessica L. “More than ‘Strangers to Each Others Persons & Manners’: Overhill Cherokees and Fort Loudoun,” Native South, 13 (2020), 120-157.

Warde, Mary Jane. George Washington Grayson and the Creek Nation, 1843-1920, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2021).

Washburn, Jeffrey. “Directing Their Own Change: Chickasaw Economic Transformation and the Civilization Program, 1750s-1830s,” Native South, 13 (2020), 94-119.

Watson, Kelly L. “Mary Kittamaquund Brent, “’The Pocahontas of Maryland’: Sex, Marriage, and Diplomacy in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake,” Early American Studies, 19 (Winter 2021), 24-63.

Williams, David B.  Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound, (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2021).

Wright, Miller Shores. “’A Man’s Children Have No Claim to his Property’: Creek Matrilineal Property Relations and Gendered Conflict at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century,” Native South, 13 (2020), 158-188.

What You Need To Read, March 2020.

It has been an incredibly busy and trying semester thus far, so I have not posted as much as I normally do. Nonetheless, I have tried to keep up with the scholarship I see coming out.  Here is the latest quarterly bibliography of things I think you need to read. 

Ablavsky, Gregory. “Species of Sovereignty: Native Nationhood, The United States, and International Law, 1783-1795,” Journal of American History, 106 (December 2019), 591-613.

Adams, David W. “A Year of Crisis: Memory and Meaning in a Navajo Community’s Struggle for Self-Determination,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 42 (no. 4, 2018), 113-130.

Anderson, Chad. The Storied Landscape of Iroquoia: History, Conquest, and Memory in the Native Northeast, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Bonnin, Gertrude Simmons (Zitkala-Sa), “Help Indians Help Themselves”: The Later Writings of Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (Zitkala-Sa), (Lubboock: Texas Tech University Press, 2020).

Boudreaux, Edmond A and Maureen S. Meyers, Contact, Colonialism, and Native Communities in the Southeastern United States, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2020).

Canby, William C. American Indian Law in a Nutshell, 7th Edition, (St. Paul: West Academic, 2020).

Carr, W. Kurt, et. al., The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020).

Clemmons, Linda M. Dakota in Exile: The Untold Stories of Captives in the Aftermath of the US-Dakota War, (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2019).

D’Oney, J. Daniel. A Kingdom of Water: Adaptation and Survival in the Houma Nation, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Davies, Wade.  Native Hoops: The Rise of American Indian Basketball, 1895-1970, (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2020).

DeCoster, Jonathan, Conflict and Accommodation in Colonial New Mexico, (New York: Oxford university Press, 2020).

Deer, Ada. Making a Difference: My Fight for Native Rights and Social Justice.  (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019)

Deloria, Philip. Becoming Mary Sully: Toward an American Indian Abstract. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2019). 

Dorgan, Byron L. The Girl in the Photograph: The True Story of a Native American Child, Lost and Found in America. (New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2019).

Eastman, Charles A.  The Soul of an Indian: An Interpretation, ed. Brenda Child, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020.

Fletcher, Matthew L. M. American Indian Tribal Law, (New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2020).

Fullagar, Kate, The Warrior, the Voyager, and the Artist: Three Lives in an Age of Empire, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020).

Gagmpm. Celeste Marie and Sara K. Becker, “Native Lives in Colonial Times: Insights from the Skeletal Remains of Susquehannocks, A.D. 1575-1675,” Historical Archaeology, 54 (March 2020), 262-285.

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

Hall, Ryan. Beneath the Backbone of the World: Blackfoot People and the North American Borderlands, 1720-1877, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2020).

Hart, William B. “For the Good of their Souls: Performing Christianity in Eighteenth-Century Mohawk Country, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2020).

Hatton, Heather. “Narrating Sovereignty: The Covenant Chain in Intercultural Diplomacy,” Journal of Early American History, 9 (December 2019), 118-144

Lapham, Heather A. and Gregory A. Waselkov, Bears: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Perspectives in Native Eastern North America, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2020).

Lappas, Thomas J. In League Against King Alcohol: Native American Women and the Woman’s Christiann Temperance Union, 1874-1933, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Legg, John R.  “White Lies, Native Revisions: The Legacy of Violence in the American West,” Great Plains Quarterly 39 (Fall 2019), 341-362.

Lewis, Courtney, “Confronting Cannabis: Legalization on Native Nation Lands and the Impacts of Differential Federal Enforcement,” American Indian Quarterly, 43 (Fall 2019), 408-438.

Loftin, John D. and Benjamin E. Frey.  “Eastern Cherokee Creation and Subsistence Narratives: A Cherokee and Religious Interpretation,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 43 (no. 1, 2019), 83-98.

Midge, Tiffany. Bury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese’s. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Momaday, N. Scott. The Death of Sitting Bear: New and Selected Poems, (New York: Harper, 2020).

Murdoch, Sierra Crane. Yellow Bird: Oil, Murder, and a Woman’s Search for Justice in Indian Country, (New York: Random House, 2020).

Nelson, Megan Kate. The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West, (New York: Scribner, 2020).

Rice, James D. “War and Politics: Powhatan Expansionism and the Problem of Native American Warfare,” William and Mary Quarterly, 77 (January 2020), 3-32.

Richotte, Jr., Keith. Claiming Turtle Mountain’s Constitution. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017).

Sachs, Stephen M, et. al., Re-Creating the Circle: The Renewal of American Indian Self-Determination,(Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2020).

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, “Reconsidering Domesticity through the Lens of Empire and Settler Society in North America,” American Historical Review, 124 (October 2019), 1249-1266.

Smith, Andrea Lynn. “Settler Colonialism and the Revolutionary War: New York’s 1929 ‘Pageant of Decision.’” Public Historian, 41 (November 2019), 7-35.

Swensen, James R. “Bound for the Fair: Chief Joseph, Quanah Parker, and Geronimo and the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair,” American Indian Quarterly, 43 (Fall 2019), 439-470.

Wadewitz, Lissa K. “Rethinking the ‘Indian War’: Northern Indians and Intra-Native Politics in the Western Canada-U.S. Borderlands,” Western Historical Quarterly, 50 (Winter 2019), 339-361.

What You Need to Read, March 2019

Adams, James David, Jr., Troy Phipps, “Los Angeles Area Indian Land Ownership After the Civil War,” Journal of the West, 57 (Spring 2018) 7-13.

Andersson, Rani-Henrik and Raymond J. DeMallie, A Whirlwind Passed Through Our Country: Lakota Voices of the Ghost Dance, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018)

Beck, Robin. Chiefdoms, Collapse, and Coalescence in the Early American South, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018).

Beyreis, David. “The Chaos of Conquest: The Bents and the Problem of American Expansion, 1846-1849,” Kansas History,  41 (Summer 2018), 74-89.

Bruchac, Margaret M. “Broken Chains of Custody: Possessing, Dispossessing, and Repossessing Lost Wampum Belts,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 163 (March 2018), 56-105.

Buchkoski, John J. “’Being Judged by its Fruits’: Transforming Indian Lands into Orchards along the Arkansas River, 1800-1867,” Great Plains Quarterly, 39 (Winter 2019), 39-58.

Burns, Michael “The Civil War on the Northern Plains: John Pope’s Military Policies against the Sioux in the Department of the Northwest, 1862-1865,” Great Plains Quarterly, 38 (Winter 2018), 77-103.

 Georgia Press, 2018).

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., James Quinn, and Jay Levy. “Theory in Collaborative Indigenous Archaeology: Insights from Mohegan,” American Antiquity, 84 (January 2019), 127-142.

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

Dubcovsky, Alejandra. Informed Power: Communication in the Early American South, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016).

Estes, Nick and Jaskiran Dhillon, eds., Standing with Standing Rock: Voices from the #NoDAPL Movement, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019).

Fowles, Severin, et. al., “Comanche New Mexico: The Eighteenth Century,” in New Mexico and the Pimeria Alta: The Colonial Period in the American Southwest, ed. John G. Douglass and William M. Graves, (Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 2017)

Garret-Davis, Josh. “The Intertribal Drum of Radio: The Indians for Indians Hour and Native American Media, 1941-1951,” Western Historical Quarterly, 49 (Autumn 2018) 249-273.

Gillreath-Brown, Andrew and Tanya M. Peres, “Identifying Turtle Shell Rattles in the Archaeological Record of the Southeastern United States,” Ethnobiology Letters, 8 (no. 1, 2017), 109-114

Grillot, Thomas. “The Point of View of a Stone: Looking at the Colonization of the Northern Plains from the Standing Rock,” Ethnohistory, 66 (January 2019), 49-70

Hansen, Karen V., Grey Osterud, and Valerie Grim, “Land Was One of the Greatest Gifts: Womens Land Ownership in Dakota Indian, Immigrant Scandinavian, and African American Communities,” Great Plains Quarterly, 38 (Summer 2018), 251-272.

Handsman, Russel G. “Survivance Strategies and the Materialities of Mashantucket Pequot Labor in the Later Eighteenth Century,” Historical Archaeology, 52 (March 2018), 51-69.

Harper, Rob. Unsettling the West: Violence and State Building in the Ohio Valley, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018).

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

Hauptman, Laurence M. Coming Full Circle: The Seneca Nation of Indians, 1848-1934, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Henry, Robert, et. al., eds. Global Indigenous Health: Reconciling the Past, Engaging the Present, Animating the Future. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2018).

Hodge, Adam R. Ecology and Ethnogenesis: An Environmental History of the Wind River Shoshones, 1000-1868, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Kelderman, Frank. “Rock Island Revisited: Black Hawk’s Life, Keokuk’s Oratory, and the Critique of US Indian Policy,” The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists, 6 (Spring 2018), 67-92.

Keyser, James D. “Cheval Bonnet: A Crow Calling Card in the Blackfeet Homeland,” Ethnohistory, 65 (January 2018) 129-155.

Koehler, Rhiannon. “Hostile Nations: Quantifying the Destruction of the Sullivan-Clinton Genocide of 1779,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Fall 2018), 427-453.

Kokomoor, Kevin. Of One Mind and of One Government: The Rise and Fall of theh Creek Nation in the Early Republic, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Lampitt, Bradley R. “The Civil War and Reconstruction in Indian Territory: Historiography and Prospects for New Directions in Research,” Civil War History, 64 (June 2018), 121-145.

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

McNeil, Kent. “Louisiana Purchase: Indian and American Sovereignty in the Missouri Watershed,” Western Historical Quarterly, 50 (Spring 2019). 17-42.

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

Miller, Douglas K. Indians on the Move: Native American Mobility and Urbanization in the Twentieth Century, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019).

Nielsen, Marianne O.  and Karen Jarratt-Snider, Crime and Social Justice in Indian Country, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2018)

Osburn, Katherine M. B., “Strategic Citizenship: Negotiating Public Law 280 in Arizona, 1953-1968,” Ethnohistory, 66 (June 2019), 1-20.

Ostler, Jeffrey. Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019).

Pawling, Micah A. “A ‘Labyrinth of Uncertainties’: Penobscot River Islands, Land Assignments, and Indigenous Women Proprietors in Nineteenth Century Maine,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Fall 2018), 454-487.

Pexa, Christopher J. Translated Nation: Rewriting the Dakhota Oyate, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019).

Rindfleisch, Bryan. “The Indian Factors: Kinship, Trade, and Authority in the Creek Nation and American South, 1740-1800,” Journal of Early American History, 8 (2018), 1-29.

________. “’We Are Now, As We Have Always Been, A Free and Independent People’: The Familial and Interpersonal Dimensions of Creek Indian Sovereignty, 1783-1800,” New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, 15 (Spring 2018), 33-53.

Rivas, Brenna Gardner. “An Unequal Right to Bear Arms: State Weapons Laws and White Supremacy in Texas, 1836-1900,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 121 (January 2018), 285-303.

Robbins, Sarah Ruffing.  “Reclaiming Voices from Indian Boarding School Narratives,” in Reclaiming Voices from Indian Boarding School Narratives, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017), 135-179.

Sedgwick, John. Blood Moon: Am American Epic of War and Splendor in the Cherokee Nation, (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2018).

Shreve, Bradley G. “From Gallup to Grandiosity and Back Again: The National Indian Youth Council and the Roots of Red Power,” New Mexico Historical Review, 93 (Fall 2018), 377-397.

Smithers, Gregory D. Native Southerners: Indigenous History from Origins to Removal, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

Strong, John A. America’s Early Whalemen: Indian Shore Whalers on Long Island, 1650-1750, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2018).

Toulouse, Pamela Rose. Truth and Reconciliation in Canadian Schools, (Winnipeg: Portage and Main Press, 2018).

Trafzer, Clifford. Fighting Invisible Enemies: Health and Medical Transitions among Southern California Indians, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Treuer, David. The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present, (New York: Riverhead Books, 2019).

Truden, John. “Reexamining Dick Wilson: Oglala Politics, Nation Building, and Local Conflict, 1972-1976,” South Dakota History, 48 (Fall 2018), 173-199.

Van de Logt, Mark. Monsters of Contact: Historical Trauma in Caddoan Oral Traditions, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

VanWinkle, Tony N. and Jack R. Friedman, “American Indian Landowners, Leasemen, and Bureaucrats: Property, Paper, and the Poli-Technics of Dispossession in Southwestern Oklahoma,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Fall 2018), 508-533.

Walkiewicz, Kathryn. “Pressing for Sequoyah: Print Culture and the Indian Territory Statehood Movement,” Journal of Nineteenth Century Americanist, 6 (Fall 2018), 335-364.

Warren, James A. God, War, and Providence: The Epic Struggle of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians against the Puritans of New England, (New York: Scribner, 2018).

Waterman, Stephanie J. and Shelly C. Lowe, Beyond Access: Indigenizing Programs for Native American Student Success, (Sterling, VA: Stylus, 2018).

Watson, Samuel. “Military Learning and Adaptation Shaped by Social Context: The U. S. Army and Its ‘Indian Wars,’ 1790-1890,” Journal of Military History, 82 (April 2018) 373-438.

Wilkins, David E. Documents of Native American Political Development: 1933 to the Present, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).

What You Need to Read, December 2018

Adams, James David, Jr., and Troy Phipps. “Los Angeles Area Indian Land Ownership after the Civil War,” Journal of the West, 57 (Spring 2018), 7-13.

Andersson, Rani Henrik. A Whirlwind Passed Through Our Country: Lakota Voices of the Ghost Dance, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

Arnett, Chris and Jesse Morin. “The Rock Painting/Xela:Is of the Tsleil-Waututh: A Historicized Coast Salish Practice,” Ethnohistory, 65 (January 2018), 101-127.

Ben-Zvi, Yael. Native Land Talk: Indigenous and Arrivant Rights Theories, (Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College Press, 2018).

Berkey, Curtis G., Alexandra C. Page and Lindsay G. Robertson, “The Misuse of History in Dismissing Six Nations Confederacy Land Claims,” American Indian Law Review 42 (number 2, 2018).

Billings, Andrew C. Mascot Nation: The Controvery over Native American Representations in Sports, (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2018).

Birch, Jennifer and Victor D. Thompson. The Archaeology of Villages in Eastern North America, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2018).

Bjork, Katharine. Prairie Imperialists: The Indian-Country Origins of American Empire, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018).

Blantsett, Kent. A Journey to Freedom: Richard Oakes, Alcatraz, and the Red Power Movement, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018)

Bloch, Lee. “Tales of Esnesv: Indigenous Oral Traditions about Trader-Diplomats in Ancient Southeastern North America,” American Anthroplogist, 120 (December 2018), 781-794.

Brown, Kaitlin M. “Crafting Identity: Acquisition, Production, Use and Recycling of Soapstone During the Mission Period in Alta California,” American Antiquity, 83 (April 2018), 244-262.

Bruchac, Margaret and Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel, Savage Kin: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2018).

Byram, Scott, et. al., “Geophysical Investigation of Mission San Francisco Solano, Sonoma, California.” Historical Archaeology, 52 (June 2018), 242-263.

Caison, Gina. Red States: Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, and Southern Studies, (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2018).

Cash, Sherri G. “Roots in the Valley: Ginseng and the New York-Iroquois Borderlands, 1752-1785,” New York History, 99 (Winter 2018), 7-37

Chambers, Ian. “The Kootenai War of ’74,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Winter 2018), 43-86.

Cleary, Patricia. “Possessing and Defining Native American Places in East St. Louis,” Missouri Historical Review, 113 (October 2018), 1-21.

Den Ouden, Amy E. “Recognition, Antiracism, and Indigenous Futures: A View from Connecticut,” Daedalus, 147 (Spring 2018), 27-38.

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

Ebright, Malcolm.  “Benjamin Thomas in New Mexico, 1872-1883: Indian Agents as Advocates for Native Americans,” New Mexico Historical Review, 93 (Summer 2018), 303-338.

Edwards, Tai S. Osage Women and Empire: Gender and Power, (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2018).

Erdrick, Heid E. New Poets of Native Nations, (Minneapolis: Graywolf Press, 2018).

Flaherty, Anne F. Boxberger. States, American Indian Nations, and Intergovernmental Politics: Sovereignty, Conflict and the Uncertainty of Taxes, (New York: Abingdon, 2018).

Gaines-Stoner, Kelly, et. al., The Indian Child Welfare Act Handbook: A Legal Guide to the Custody and Adoption of Native American Children, (Chicago: American Bar Association, 2018).

Garrison, Nanibaa A. “Genetic Ancestry Testing with Tribes: Ethics, Identity, & Health Implications,” Daedalus, 147 (Spring 2018). 60-69

Gilbert, Matthe Sakiestewa, Hopi Runners: Crossing the Terrain Between Indian and American, (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2018).

Grillot, Thomas. First Americans: U. S. Patriotism in Indian Country after World War I, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018).

Grossman, Zoltan. “Planning the American Indian Reservation: From Theory to Empowerment,” Geographical Review, 108 (January 2018, 168-170.

Haggerty, Julia Hobson, et. al., “Restoration and the Affective Ecologies of Healing: Buffalo and the Fort Peck Tribes,” Conservation and Society, 16 (no.1, 2018), 21-29.

Harness, Susan Devan. Bitterroit: A Salish Memoir of Transracial Adoption, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018).

Hart, E. Richard. American Indian History on Trial: Historical Expertise in Tribal Litigation, (Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, 2018).

Hauptman, Laurence M. Coming Full Circle: The Seneca Nation of Indians, 1848-1934, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Hedren, Paul L. Rosebud, June 17 1876: Prelude to the Little Big Horn, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019)

Heerman, M. Scott. The Alchemy of Slavery: Human Bondage and Emancipation in the Illinois Country, 1730-1865, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018).

Hill, Matthew E., Margaret E. Beck, Stacey Lengyel, Sarah Trabert, and Mary J. Adair., “A Hard Time to Date: The Scott County Pueblo (14SC1) and Puebloan Residents of the High Plains,” American Antiquity, 83 (January 2018), 54-74.

Jacobs, Jaap. “‘ACt with the Cunning of a Fox’: The Political Dimensions of the Struggle for Hegemony over New Netherland, 1647-1653,” Journal of Early American History, 8 (no. 2, 2018), 122-152.

Jordan, Kurt A. “Markers of Difference or Makers of Difference? Atypical Practices at Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Satellite Sites, ca. 1650-1700,” Historical Archaeology, 52 (March 2018), 12-29.

Justice, Daniel Heath. Why Indigenous Literatures Matter, (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2018).

Keyes, Sarah. “Western Adventurers and Male Nurses: Indians, Cholera, and Masculinity in Overland Trail Narrarives,” Western Historical Quarterly, 49 (Spring 2018) 43-64.

Knight, Vernon James. “Puzzles of Creek Social Organization in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries,” Ethnohistory, 65 (no, 3, 2018).

Koehler, Rhiannon. “Hostile Nations: Quantifying the Destruction of the Sullivan-Clinton Genocide of 1779,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Fall 2018), 427-453.

Kokomoor, Kevin. Of One Mind and Of One Government: The Rise and Fall of the Creek Nation in the Early Republic, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2019).

Krupat, Arnold. Changed Forever: American Indian Boarding School Literature, (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2018).

Lee, Jacob F. Masters of the Middle Waters: Indian Nations and Colonial Ambitions along the Mississippi, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019).

Lycett, Stephen J. and James D. Keyser, “Beyond Oral History: A Nineteenth Century Blackfeet Warriors’ Biographic Robe in Comparative and Chronological Context,” International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 22 (no. 4, December 2018), 771-799.

Mathes, Valerie Sherer and Phil Brigandi, Reservations, Removal, and Reform: The Mission Indian Agents of Southern California, 1878-1903, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

Matthews, Christopher N. and Allison Manfra McGovern. “Created Communities: Segregation and the History of Plural Sites on Eastern Long Island, New York,” Historical Archaeology, 52 (March 2018), 30-50.

Morman, Todd Allin. Many Nations Under Many Gods: Public Land Management and American Indian Sacred Sites, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

Nesper, Larry. “The 1914 Meeting of the Society of American Indians at UW-Madison,” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 102 (Winter 2018), 28-37.

Nolan, Raymond. “The Midnight Reader: The EPA and Tribal Self-Determination,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Summer 2018), 329-343.

Ramirez, Renya K. Standing Up to Colonial Power: The Lives of Henry Roe and Elizabeth Bender Cloud, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018).

Ray, Jack H. “Ear Spools, Ceramics and Burial Mounds from Southwest Missouri: Caddoan and Spiro Connections on the Northern Frontier,” Southeastern Archaeology, 37 (April 2018), 58-81.

Rensink, Brendan. Native but Foreign: Indigenous Immigrants and Refugees in the North American Borderlands, (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2018).

Rindfleisch, Bryan. “My Land is My Flesh: Silver Bluff, the Creek Indians, and the Transformation of Colonized Space in Early America,” Early American Studies, 16 (Summer 2018), 405-430.

Rosenthal, Nicolas G. “Rewriting the Narrative: American Indian Artists in California, 1960s-1980s,” Western Historical Quarterly, 49 (Winter 2018), 409-436.

Schulze, Jeffrey M., ed., Are We Not Foreigners Here? Indigenous Nationalism in the U.S. Mexico Borderlands, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2018).

Shriver, Cameron.  “Wily Decoys, Native Power, and Anglo-American Memory in the Post-Revolutionary Ohio River Valley,” Early American Studies, 16 (Summer 2018), 431-459

Sleeper-Smith, Susan. “Presidential Address: Eighteenth-Century Indian Trading Villages in the Wabash River Valley,” Ethnohistory, 65 (no. 3, 2018).

Smithers, Gregory D. Native Southerners: Indigenous History fro Origins to Removal, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Stockwell, Mary. Interrupted Odyssey: Ulysses S. Grant and the American Indians, (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2018).

Sundstrom, Linea, ed., Archaeological Perspectives on Warfare on the Great Plains, (Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 2018).

Teasdale, Guillaume. Fruits of Perseverence: The French Presence in the Detroit River Region, 1701-1815, (Montreal: McGill Queens University Press, 2018).

Tone-Pah-Hote, Jenny. Crafting an Indigenous Nation: Kiowa Expressive Culture in the Progressive Era, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019).

Trafzer, Clifford E. Fighting Invisible Enemies: Health and Medical Transitions among Southern California Indians, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

Treuer, David. The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native Americans from 1890 to the Present, (New York: Riverhead, 2018)

Tusler, Megan.  “Toward a Native Archive: Chicago’s Relocation Photos, Indian Labor, and Indigenous Public Text,” American Indian Quarterly, 42 (Summer 2018), 375-410.

van den Hout, J. Adriaen van der Donck: A Dutch Rebel in Seventeenth-Century America, (Albany: SUNY Press, 2018).

van de Logt, Mark. Monsters of Contact: Historical Trauma in Caddoan Oral Traditions, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2018).

Warren, James A. God, War, and Providence: The Epic Struggle of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians Against the Puritans of New England, (New York: Scribner, 2018).

Witgen, Michael. “Seeing Red: Race, Citizenship, and Indigeneity in in the Old Northwest,” Journal of the Early Republic, 38 (Winter 2018), 581-611.

Wood, Peter H.  “Missing the Boat: Ancient Dugout Canoes in the Mississippi-Missouri Watershed,” Early American Studies, 16 (Spring 2018), 197-254.