What You Need To Read, March 2022

Here is your latest quarterly bibliography in Native American and Indigenous History. It has been a busy and distressing first few months of 2022. I am sure I have forgotten or overlooked some important works, so please reach out and let me know what I may have missed. I hope you find this helpful. Stay in touch and stay safe.

Barnes, Chief Benjamin J. and Stephen Warren, Replanting Cultures: Community-Engaged Scholarship in Indian Country, (Albany: SUNY Press, 2022).

Beck, Paul N. Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Bennett, Cheryl Redhorse. Our Fight Has Just Begun: Hate Crimes and Justice in Native America, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2022).

Berthelette, Scott. “‘Les Scioux n’etoient bons qu’a manger’: La Colle and the Anishinaabeg-Dakota War, 1730-1742,” Ethnohistory 69 (January 2022), 1-27.

Bigart, Robert J. Providing for the People: Economic Change among the Salish and Kootenai Indians, 1875-1910, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Blansett, Kent, Cathleen Cahill and Andrew Needham, eds., Indian Cities: Histories of Indigenous Urbanization, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Braund, Kathleen Holland, ed. The Attention of a Traveler: Essays on William Bartram’s ‘Travels’ and Legacy, (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2022).

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)

Castaneda, Terri A. Marie Mason Potts: The Lettered Life of a California Indian Activist, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

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

Dennis, Matthew. “‘Ours from the Top to the Very Bottom’: Seneca Land, Colonial Development, Proto-Conservation, and Resistance in the Early American Republic,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 44 (no. 1, 2020).

Feller, Laura Janet. Being Indigenous in Jim Crow Virginia: Powhatan People and the Color Line, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Greene, Lance. Their Determination to Remain: A Cherokee Community’s Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina, (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2022).

Haake, Claudia Bettina. “A Duty to Protect and Respect: Seneca Opposition to Incorporation During the Removal Period,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 44 (no. 4, 2020), 21-40.

Heninge, David. Numbers from Nowhere: The American Indian Population Debate, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Hodge, Adam R. “Tradition, Sovereignty, and Conservation: The Controversy Surrounding the Wind River Indian Reservation Game Code,” Western Historical Quarterly 63 (Winter 2021), 369-391.

Hugill, David. Settler Colonial City: Racism and Inequity in Postwar Minneapolis, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021).

Hunter, Douglas. The Place of Stone: Dighton Rock and the Erasure of America’s Indigenous Past (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Isaacs, Sandra Muse. Eastern Cherokee Stories: A Living Oral Tradition and its Cultural Continuance, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Margaret Jacobs. After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America’s Stolen Lands, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021).

Jones, David S. Rationalizing Epidemics: Meanings and Uses of American Indian Mortality Since 1600, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2022).

Jurss, Jacob. “Relations Across the Lands: Ojibwe and Dakota Interactions in the Indigenous Borderlands of the Western Great Lakes,” American Indian Quarterly, 45 (Fall 2021), 307-335.

Justice, Daniel Heath and Jean M. O’Brien, eds., Allotment Stories: Indigenous Land Relations Under Settler Siege, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021).

Kelton, Paul. “Pandemic Injustice: Irish Immigrant, Enslaved African American, and Choctaw Experiences with Cholera in 1832,” Journal of Southern History 88 (February 2022), 73-110.

Kramer, Erin. “‘That She Shall Be Forever Banished from this Country’: Alcohol, Sovereignty, and Social Segregation in New Netherland,” Early American Studies, 20 (Winter 2022), 3-42.

LaPier, Rosalyn. “Ella Mad Plume Yellow Wolf: Photographs by a Native American Woman in the Early 1940s,” Montana: The Magazine of Western History 71 (Winter 2021), 25-41.

LaPointe, Sasha taqwseblu. Red Paint: The Ancestral Autobiography of a Coast Salish Punk, (Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2022).

Lewis, Bonnie Sue. Creating Christian Indians: Native Clergy in the Presbyterian Church, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Marsh, Dawn. “The Coming Out Place,” Indiana Magazine of HIstory 118 (March 2022), 1-40.

Meadows, William C. Kiowa Military Societies: Ethnohistory and Ritual, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

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

Meyer, Sabine. Native Removal Writing: Narratives of Peoplehood, Politics and Law, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2022).

Millett, Nathaniel. “Law, Lineage, Gender, and the Lives of Enslaved Indigenous People on the Edge of the Nineteenth-Century Caribbean,” William and Mary Quarterly 78 (October 2021), 687-720.

Morrow, Julie. “Adapting Against Assimilation: Recovering Anishinaabe Student Writings from Carlisle Indian School Periodicals, 1904-1918,” Australasian Journal of American Studies 40 (December 2021), 71-102.

Nelson, John William. “Sigenauk’s War of Independence: Anishinaabe Resurgence and the Making of Indigenous Authority in the Borderlands of Revolution,” William and Mary Quarterly 78 (October 2021), 653-686,

Nielsen, Marianne O. and Barbara M. Heather, Finding Right Relations: Quakers, Native Americans and Settler Colonialism, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2022).

Pigeon, Emilie and Carolyn Podruchny, “Bannock Diplomacy: How Metis Women Fought Battles and Made Peace in North Dakota, 1850s-1870s,” Ethnohistory 69 (January 2022), 29-52.

Richwine, Lindsay. “Comity at the Crossroads: How Friendships Between Moravian and Native Women Sustained the Moravian Mission at Shamokin, 1714-1755,” Pennsylvania History, 89 (Winter 2022), 1-29.

Rizzo-Martinez. Martin. We Are Not Animals: Indigenous Politics of Survival, Rebellion, and Reconstitution in Nineteenth-Century California, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2022).

Roberts, Alaina E. I’ve Been Here All The While: Black Freedom on Native Land, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021).

Simpson, Leanne Betasamosake. As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021).

Smiles, Deondre. “Erasing Indigenous History, Then and Now,” Current Events in Historical Perspective, 15 (October 2021), 1-24.

Smithers, Gregory D. Reclaiming Two-Spirits: Sexuality, Spiritual Renewal, and Sovereignty in Native America, (Boston: Beacon Press, 2022).

Snyder, Christina. “Many Removals: Re-Evaluating the Arc of Indigenous Dispossession,” Journal of the Early Republic 41 (Winter 2021), 1-29.

Teuton, Christopher B. Cherokee Earth Dwellers: Stories and Teachings of the Natural World, (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2022).

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

Williams, Samantha M. Assimilation, Resilience, and Surival: A History of the Stewart Indian School, 1890-1920 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2022).

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, 2022).

Wright, Miller Shores. “Matrilineal Management: How Creek Women and Matrilineages Shaped Distinct Forms of Racialized Slavery in Creek Country at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century,” Journal of Southern History 88 (February 2022), 39-72.

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