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What You Need to Read, September 2023

I hope this finds you well. Classes have begun at Geneseo, the students are back on campus, and now it is time to begin balancing all the tasks facing the college professor.  This is your quarterly installment of “Things You Need to Read.” Hope you find this helpful.  As always, if I have missed anything, please do not hesitate to let me know about that.

Aune, Stefan. Indian Wars Everywhere: Colonial Violence and the Shadow Doctrines of Empire, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2023).

Brown, Hana E. “Administrative Burden and the Reproduction of Settler Colonialism: A Cast Study of the Indian Child Welfare Act,” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 9 (September 2023), 232-251.

Carlose, Ann M. “The Country They Built: Dynamic and Complex Indigenous Economies in North America before 1492,” Journal of Economic History, 83 (June 2023), 319-358.

Collar, Amanda. “Indigenous Peoples’ Limited Access to Reproductive Care,” Annals of Internal Medicine, March 2023.

DasSarma, Anjali and Lindford D. Fisher, “The Persistence of Indigenous Unfreedom in Early American Newspaper Advertisements, 1704-1804,” Slavery and Abolition, 44 (June 2023), 267-291.

Davis, Elisabeth. “’Any Violation of this Arrangement’: Catholic Negotiations at the Carlisle Indian School, 1883-1918,” Pennsylvania History, 90 (Summer 2023), 321-443.

Dwider, Maraam A and Kathleen Marchetti, “Tribal Coalitions and Lobbying Outcomes: Evidence from Administrative Rulemaking,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, 53 (September 2023), 354-392.

Edmunds, R. David. Voices in the Drum: Narratives from the Native American Past, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2023).

Friedman, Joseph, Helena Hansen and Joseph P. Gone. “Deaths of Despair and Indigenous Data Genocide,” The Lancet, 401 (March 2023).

Glancy, Diane and Linda Rodriguez, eds., Unpapered: Writers Consider Native American Identity and Cultural Belonging, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2023).

Hoagland, Serra J. and Albert Steven, Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands: Our Place is in Our Soul, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023).

Keeler, Kasey R. American Indians and the American Dream: Policies, Place and Property in Minnesota, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2023).

Kiser, William S. “The Business of Killing Indians: Contract Warfare and Genocide in the U.S-Mexico Borderlands,” Journal of American History, ## (June 2023), 15-39.

Krupat, Arnold. “The Wheelocks and the Clouds at Odds: Some Differences Among Red Progressives in the Early Twentieth Century,” American Indian Quarterly, 46 (Fall 2022).

Leroux, Darryl, “State Recognition and the Dangers of Race Shifting,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 46 (no. 2, 2023), 53-84.

Mauro, Hayes Peter. The Art of Americanization at the Carlisle Indian School, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2023).

Midtrød, Tom Arne. “’A People Before Useless’: Ethnic Cleansing in the Wartime Hudson Valley, 1754-1763.” Early American Studies, 21 (Summer 2023), 428-459.

Monnett, John H. “The Collapse of Cheyenne Supremacy on the Central Plains,” Nebraska History, 104 (Fall 2023), 128-145.

Olson, Greg. “A ‘Rebellious District and Dangerous Locality’: Cherokee Soldiers and Refugees in Neosho, Missouri, 1862-1863,” Missouri Historical Review, 117 (July 2023), 235-253.

Parins, James W. Literacy and Intellectual Life in the Cherokee Nation, 1820-1906, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2023).

Peyton, John T. “’The Land We Have We Wish To Keep’: Miami Autonomy and Resistance to Removal in Indiana, 1812-1826,” Indiana Magazine of History, 119 (June 2023), 139-176.

Schmader, Matthew F. “Pueblo Resistance and Inter-Ethnic Conflict: The 1540-1542 Vazques de Coronado Expedition to the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico,” Kiva, 89 (June 2023), 167-191.

Stockel, H. Henrietta. Salvation Through Slavery: Chiricahua Apaches and Priests on the Spanish Colonial Frontier, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2022).

Toups, Eric. “Indian Men and French ‘Women’: Fragile Masculinity and Fragile Alliances in Colonial Louisiana, 1699-1741,” Early American Studies, 21 (Summer 2023), 353-379.

Treuer, Anton. Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians but were Afraid to Ask, (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2023).

Van de Logt, Mark. Between the Floods: A History of the Arikaras, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2023).

van Deusen, Nancy E. “In the Tethered Shadow: Native American Slavery, African Slavery, and the Disappearance of the Past,” William and Mary Quarterly, 80 (April 2023), 355-388.

Van Gorder, Megan. “Uncovering Comparative Indigenous Inquiries at the Homewood Boarding School in Peoria County,” Illinois Heritage, 26 (July/August 2023), 11-12.

What You Need to Read, March 2023

I hope your spring semester is going well, and that you are finding time to do the sorts of things that bring you joy.  The past few months have seen the publication of some exciting work on Indigenous communities across North America, and there is exciting work on the horizon, so there is plenty to read. You know the drill by now. If there is something that you think I missed, please let me now and I will update accordingly.

Arnott, Sigrid, David Maki and Franky Jackson. “Intervisibility, Invisibility, and Identity Conflict in the Dakota-US War of 1862: The Wood Lake Battlefield,” in Conflict Archaeology, Historical Memory, and the Experience of War: Beyond the Battlefield, ed. Mark Axel Tveskov and Ashley Ann Bissonnette, (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2023).

Balfe, Thomas. “Disguise Hunting and Indian Otherness in Theodor De Brey’s Brief Narration of What Befell The French in Florida (1591)” in Animals and Race, ed. Jonathan W. Thurston-Torres, (Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2023).

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

Blaakman, Michael A. Speculation Nation: Land Mania in the Revolutionary American Republic, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023).

Bohaker, Heidi. Doodem and Council Fire: Anishinaabe Governance Through Alliance, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020).

Bond, Trevor James. Coming Home to Nez Perce Country: The Niimiipuu Campaign to Repatriate their Exploited Heritage, (Pullman: Washington State University Press, 2021).

Borsk, Michael. “Conveyance To Kin: Property, Preemption, and Indigenous Nations in North America, 1763-1822,” William and Mary Quarterly, 80 (January 2023).

Burgio-Ericson, Klinton and Gwyneira Isaac, “Teluli’s Melancholy Picnic: Zuni Resistance to the Hendricks-Hodge Archaeological Expedition Amidst Assimilation-Era Politics,” New Mexico Historical Review, 97 (Spring 2022).

Cavalier, Crystal Ann. “Missing Murdered Indigenous Women on the Frontlines of North Carolina,”(Ed.D thesis, University of Dayton, 2022).

Matt Cohen, The Silence of the Miskito Prince: How Cultural Dialogue was Colonized, (St. Paul: University of Minnesota Press, 2022).

Connolly, Emilie. “Strategies of Succession and the 1797 Treaty of Big Tree,” William and Mary Quarterly, 80 (January 2023).

Crossley, Laura. “’An Exhibit as Will Astonish the Civilized World’: Seeking Separate Statehood for Indian Territory at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Expedition,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 22 (January 2023), 20-40.

Daggar, Lori. Cultivating Empire: Capitalism, Philanthropy, and the Negotiation of American Imperialism in Indian Country, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023).

Dixon, Brad. “’In Place of Horses’: Indigenous Burdeners and the Politics of the Early American South,” Ethnohistory, 70 (January 2023), 1-23.

Dubcovsky, Alejandra. Talking Back: Native Women and the Making of the Early South, (New Haven; Yale University Press, 2023).

Endres, David J. and Ben Black Bear, Native American Catholic Studies Reader: History and Theology, (Washington, D. C., Catholic University of America Press, 2022).

Flake, Logan. “Oklahoman By Blood: Land Tenure from Indian Territory to McGirt,” M.A. Thesis, Central Oklahoma University, 2022).

Flores, Dan. Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America, (New York: Norton, 2022).

Glendenning, Audrey L. “The Transfer of Federal Public Lands to Tribal Trust Ownership: Statutes and Cases from 1970-2020,” Ph.D. thesis, University of Montana.

Hauptman, Laurence M. “The Grand River Cayugas and International Arbitration, 1910-1926,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 45 (no. 2, 2021), 39-64,

Hoffmann, Robert Davis. Raven’s Echo: (Tucson: University of Arizona pres,2022).

Jacobs, Michelle R. Indigenous Memory, Urban Reality: Stories of American Indian Relocation and Reclamation, (New York: New York University Press, 2023).

Kasey R. Keeler, American Indians and the American Dream: Policies, Place, and Property in Minnesota, (St. Paul: University of Minnesota Press, 2023).

King, Julia A., Scott M. Strickland and G. Anne Richardson, “Rappahannock Oral Tradition, John Smith’s Map of Virginia, and Political Authority in the Algonquian Chesapeake,” William and Mary Quarterly, 80 (January 2023).

Kramer, Erin B. “Corlaer’s House: Diplomatic Spaces, Lineages, and Memory in the New York Borderlands,” William and Mary Quarterly 79 (October 2022), 499-532.

Lakomäki, Sami. “’Tell Them Nott To Bring Any Rum Here’: Alcohol Regulation, Authority, and Sovereignty Among the Shawnees, 1700-1860,” History and Anthropology, 33 (October 2022), 496-615.

Lee, Robert. “The Indian Boundary Line and the Imperialization of US-Indian Affairs, in The Early Imperial Republic: From the American Revolution to the US-Mexican War, eds. Michael A. Blaakman, Emily Conroy-Krutz, and Noelani Arista,(Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023).

Little, J. I. “The In-Between World of a Coast Salish Shaman: Charlie Wilson/Chliraminset of Kuper (Penelakut) Island, British Columbia, 1880-1904,” Social History 55 (May 2022), 49-69

Luevano, Terrence Bradley. “A GIS Model of Shell Exchange between Coastal Southern California and Northern Arizona,” (M.A. Thesis, University of Arizona, 2022).

McGruder, Melanie. “Missing and Murdered: Finding a Solution to Address the Epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada and Classifying it as a ‘Canadian Genocide,’ American Indian Law Review, 46 (no 1, 2022).

Magiliari, Michael F. “’A Species of Slavery’: The Compromise of 1850, Popular Sovereignty, and the Expansion of Unfree Indian Labor in the American West,” Journal of American History, 109 (December 2022), 521-547.

Martini, Elspeth. “Dangerous Proximities: Anglo-American Humanitarian Paternalists in the Era of Indigenous Removal,” Western Historical Quarterly, 53 (Winter 2022), 379-404.

Meniketti, Marco G. The Long Shore: Archaeologiies and Social Histories of California’s Maritime Cultural Landscapes, (New York: Bergahn Books, 2023).

Metcalf, R. Warren. “Lamb of Sacrifice: Termination, the Mixed-Blood Utes, and the Problem of Indian Identity,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 91 (no. 1, 2023), 23-36.

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

Negrin, Hayley “Cockacoeske’s Rebellion: Nathaniel Bacon, Indigenous Slavery, and Sovereignty in Early Virginia,” William and Mary Quarterly, 80 (January 2023).

Odle, Mairin, Under the Skin: tattoos, Scalps, and the Contested Language of Bodies in Early America, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023).

Ostler, Jeffrey. “Denial of Genocide in the California Gold Rush Era: The Case of Gary Clayton Anderson,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 45 (no. 2, 2021), 81-102.

Pawlicki, Sarah. “’I Hear that God Saith Work’: Wunnampuhtogig and Puritans Laboring for Grace in Massachusetts, 1643-1653,” Early American Studies, 20 (Spring 2022), 189-214

Peterson, Teresa R. Voices from Pejuhutazizi: Dakota Stories and Storytellers, (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2022).

Pluth, Edward J. “The White Red Men: The Improved Order of Red Men in Minnesota, 1875-1920,” Minnesota History, 68 (Winter 2022/2023). 134-143.

Quint, Jonathan. “New Gnadenhutten, Moravian Missionaries and Ojibwe Land Tenure on the Clinton River, 1781-1787,” Ethnohistory, 70 (January 2023), 25-44.

Richardson, Michael. “By, With, and Through: Officers Commanding Indian Scouts, 1867-1886: Creating Self and Shaping the West,” (Ph.D. diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 2022).

Riley, Angela R. and Sarah Glenn Thompson, “Mapping Dual Sovereignty and Double Jeopardy in Indian Country Crimes,” Columbia Law Review, 122 (November 2022), 1899-1956.

Ross, Frank. “Crow Dog’s Trial and Ledger Drawing: Cultural Production and Tribal Nation in the Maw of American Empire,” Western Historical Quarterly, 53 (Winter 2022), 325-352.

Rule, Elizabeth. “American Empire and the ‘Indian Problem’ in 2020: From Covid-19 Checkpoints to McGirt,” American Quarterly, 74 (September 2022), 783-789.

Stanciu, Cristina. The Makings and Unmakings of Americans: Indians and Immigrants in American Literature and Culture, 1879-1924, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2023).

Steinke, Christopher. “Indigenous Waterways and the Boundaries of the Great Plains,” Journal of the Early Republic, 42 (Winter 2022), 1-27.

Teeters, Lila M. “’A Simple Act of Justice’: The Pueblo Rejection of US Citizenship in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 21 (October 2022), 301-318.

Trosper, Ronald L. Indigenous Economies: Sustaining Peoples and their Lands, (Tempe: University of Arizona Press, 2022).

Wakefield, Kyler T. “Native Americans Voting Rights in Utah: Federal Policy, Citizenship, and Voter Suppression,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 91 (no. 2, 2023), 4-22.

Winters, John C. “’The Great White Mother’: Harriet Maxwell Converse, the Indian Colony of New York City, and the Media, 1885-1903,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 21 (October 20

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, September 2020

Interlibrary loan services have just restarted at my college’s library after this long Covid season. Classes are resuming, some in person, some in a hybrid format, and some entirely online. Here is your quarterly bibliography of what seemed notable to me in the field of Native American history. And, oh, by the way, I have signed a contract for the third edition of Native America which will be co-written with my friend and former student Peter Olsen-Harbich of William and Mary. It should be out by the end of 2022. Enjoy the reading!

Adams, David Wallace. Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding School Experience, 1875-1928, revised ed., (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2020).

Allard, Amelie. “Relationships and the Creation of Colonial Landscapes in the Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade,” American Indian Quarterly, 44 (Spring 2020), 149-170.

Arnold, Morris S. “The Quapaws and the American Revolution,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 79 (Spring 2020), 1-39.

Bigart, Robert J. Providing for the People: Economic Change among the Salish and Kootenai Indians, 1875-1910, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Black, Liza.  Picturing Indians: Native Americans in Film, 1941-1960, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Briggs, Laura.  Taking Children: A History of American Terror, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2020).

Carmody, Stephen B. and Casey R. Barrier, eds., Shaman, Priest, Practice, Belief: Materials of Ritual and Religion in Eastern North America, (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2020).

Carpenter, Kyle B. “A Failed Venture in the Nueces Strip: Misconceptions and Mismanagement of the Beales Rio Grande Colony, 1832-1836,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 123 (April 2020), 420-442.

Croce, Francesca. “Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship: Analysis of a Promising Research Theme at the Intersection of Indigenous Entrepreneurship and Women Entrepreneurship.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43 (May 2020), 1013-1031.

Denson, Andrew. “Cherokee Ambassador: Gertrude McDaris Ruskin and the Personal Politics of Southern Commemoration,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 104 (Issue 2, 2020), 127-154.

Dowd, Gregory Evans. “Custom, Text, and Property: Indians, Squatters and Political Authority in Jacksonian Michigan,” Early American Studies, 18 (Spring 2020), 195-228.

Driving Hawk, Edward J. and Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, Too Strong to be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Eick, Grethen Cassel, They Met at Wounded Knee: The Eastmans’ Story, (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2020).

Ellis, Elizabeth. “The Natchez War Revisited: Violence, Multinational Settlements, and Indigenous Diplomacy in the Lower Mississippi Valley,” William and Mary Quarterly, 77 (July 2020), 441-472.

Erben, Patrick M. “Releasing the Energy of Eighteenth-Century Indigenous Hymnody,” William and Mary Quarterly, 77 (July 2020), 387-392.

Ethridge, Robbie Franklyn and Eric E. Browne, eds., The Historical Turn in Southeastern Archaeology, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2020).

Fisher, Andrew H. “Defenders and Dissidents: Cooks Landing and the Fight to Define Tribal Sovereignty in the Red Power Era,” Comparative American Studies, 17 (No. 2, 2020), 117-141.

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

Greene, Jerome A. January Moon: The Northern Cheyenne Breakout from Fort Robinson, 1878-1879, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Haake, Claudia B. Modernity through Letter Writing: Cherokee and Seneca Political Representations in Response to Removal, 1830-1857, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Hall, Philip S. and Mary S. Lewis. From Wounded Knee to the Gallows: The Life and Trials of Lakota Chief Two Sticks, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Hernandez, Christopher. “Battle Lines of the North American Southwest: An Inquiry into Prehispanic and Post-Contact Pueblo Tactics of War,” Kiva, 86 (March 2020), 47-69.

Hunziker, Alyssa A. “Playing Indian, Playing Filipino: Native American and Filipino Interactions at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School,” American Quarterly, 72 (June 2020), 423-448.

Jazwa, Christopher S, et. al., “Fishing, Subsistence Change, and Foraging Strategies on Western Santa Rosa Island, California,” American Antiquity, 85 (July 2020) 591-608.

Jenkins, Jessica A. and Martin D. Gallivan. “Shell on Earth: Oyster Harvesting, Consumption, and Deposition Practices in the Powhatan Chesapeake,” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 15 (July-Sept 2020), 384-406.

Kraft, Louis. Sand Creek and the Tragic End of a Lifeway, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020).

Lee, Lloyd.  Diné Identity in the 21st Century World, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2020).

MacKenzie-Jones, Paul. “Sending a Sailor to War: The Ponca Singers, California Hobbyists, Vietnam, and the Rejection of the Counterculture Myth of the New Age Indian,” Great Plains Quarterly 40 (Spring 2020), 117-128.

March, Ray A. Mass Murder in California’s Empty Quarter: A Tale of Tribal Treachery at the Cederville Rancheria, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

McNutt, Charles H and Ryan M. Parish, Cahokia in Context: Hegemony and Diaspora, (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2020).

Miller, Robert J., et al. eds. Creating Private Sector Economies in Native America: Sustainable Development through Entrepreneurship, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020).

Przystupa, Paulina F. “The Archaeology of Native American Boarding Schools in the American Southwest,” Kiva 86 (June 2020), 214-222.

Schwartz, James Z. “Lewis Henry Morgan’s Early Theory of Progress: His Evolving View of the Passions and Social Development,” Early American Studies, 18 (Spring 2020), 229-258.

Spady, James O’Neil. Education and the Racial Dynamics of Settler Colonialism in Early America: Georgia and South Carolina, ca. 1700-1820, (London: Routledge, 2020).

Stone, Ashkan Soltani and Natale A. Zappia, Rez Metal: Inside the Navajo Nation Heavy Metal Scene, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).

Townsend, Russell, John D. Griffin and Kathryn Sampeck, “Archaeology, Historical Ruptures, and Ani-Kitu Hwagi Memory and Knowledge,” American Indian Quarterly, 44 (Spring 2020), 243-268.

Tuell, Vette Towersap. “Public Lands and American Indians: Traditional use and Off-Reservation Treaty Rights,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 88 (Spring 2020), 115-120.

West, Cane. “’They Have Exercised Every Art’: Ecological Rhetoric, A War of Maps, and Cherokee Sovereignty in the Arkansas Valley, 1812-1828,” Journal of the Early Republic, 40 (Summer 2020), 297-327.

Willard, William, Alan G. Marshall and J. Diane Pearson, Rising from the Ashes: Survival, Sovereignty, and Native America, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2020).