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).

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