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Papers On Native Indian Studies
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Indian Gaming
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This 4 page paper argues that while Indian gaming has been successful on two reservations, most tribes gain little from it. It should be restructured. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: HVIndian.rtf

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This essay by Jane Tompkins is analyzed for thesis and the arguements that she utilizes in proving her main theme. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBindians.rtf

Indigenous Resistance to Colonial Rule in Latin America
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A 6 page discussion of the various forms of resistance which were launched by the indigenous peoples of Latin America against Spanish rule. This paper noted an impressive level of governmental and societal organization among these peoples which allowed both military resistance and political resistance. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPcolRes.rtf

Indigenous Status: India Verses North America
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A 6 page discussion of the social stratification that continues to exist in these two regions. This paper contends, however, that there are examples in both India and in North America in which the same indigenous peoples that occupy the lowest social echelon have banded together to make significant changes in the contemporary urban societies in which they live. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPnaIndi.rtf

Interaction Between European American And Native American Cultures
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4 pages in length. Given the proper circumstances, traditional Native American cultures could never have co-existed alongside European American cultures, inasmuch as neither one even remotely upheld the same attributes. The Native Americans lived their lives in accordance to a higher influence supported by their affinity with the land and its animals; theirs was a cultural existence built upon harmony and compassion. European colonists, by stark contrast, barreled through indigenous country with a 'slash and burn' mentality: To wipe clean any remnant of cultural presence that did not abide by their own myopic – and highly destructive – point of view. As such, there could never have been such a thing as 'proper circumstances' where the cultural rift between European colonists and Native Americans were concerned, illustrating how historical accounts of Puritan settlement were both accurate and inevitable. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCCultIntr.rtf

Intercultural Relationships in 'The Unredeemed Captive' by John Demos
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This 10 page paper considers this factually based book which examines the relationship between the English, the French and the Native Americans in the early eighteenth century. This is undertaken through the story of the Williams family, following the story of Eunice Williams who chooses not to return when her family are released. The paper considers the relationship between the Native Americans and the French in their fragile alliance and the Puritan behaviour of John Williams concerning his daughter. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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Internal Migrations
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This 5 page paper discusses two internal "migrations" in American history: the "Great Migration" to Chicago after World War I, and the government-forced assimilation of the Anishinaabe on the White Earth Reservation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVIntMig.rtf

Invisible Cultures
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Existence, like culture, is constructed from the experiences of the individual and is shaped by the physical, social, and political contexts of life as experienced by the group. This 5 page paper argues that Ralph Ellison in The Invisible Man, W. E. B. Du Bois in Spiritual Strivings, Leslie Marmon Silko in Ceremony and Amiri Baraka in Blues People each see the theme of invisibility from a cultural conflict based on subjugation, assimilation, appropriation, extermination and, or, dispossession. No additional sources are listed.
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Iroquois and Boys Coming of Age
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A 5 page paper which examines rituals and/or ceremonies involving Iroquois boys becoming men. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAiroby.rtf

Issues in Native America: Land, Sovereignty, and Individual Independence
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A 5 page summary of the problems that have confronted Native Americans in their relations with the U.S. government. The author explores these issues and discusses their varying depiction in Native, mainstream, and scholarly publications. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaPol2.rtf

Jane Tomkin/"Indians"
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A 5 page reaction paper to an essay by Jane Tomkin entitled "Indians." The writer answers questions about the essay, which deal with epistemology of historical scholarship and what it says about European colonial relations with American Indians. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khjtom.rtf

Jean-Jacque Rousseau (1712-1778)
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(8 pp) Rousseau was a mental explorer - not a very happy one, but like all good philosophers he did take a stand at trying to figure why certain things were as they were. He still looked for truth and beauty, but never seemed to be able to see it in himself. Themes of freedom and citizenship are discussed in terms of Rouseau's Basic Political writings including The Discourses on the Sciences and the Arts, the Inequality of Man, as well as On the Social Contract.
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Jerry Mander/The Indian Worldview
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A 4 page essay that summarizes and discusses a chapter from Jerry Mander’s 1991 text In the Absence of the Sacred, which is entitled “Indians are different from Americans.” In this chapter, Mander argues that the worldview of the native or aboriginal peoples of the world—that is, the so-called “Indians,” which is basically a misnomer coined by a lost European—is fundamentally different from the worldview of mainstream culture in industrialized Western society. The discussion of this chapter summarizes Mander’s principal points in making this argument. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khmander.rtf

John Collier and Native American Policy
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A 4 page paper which examines what Indian policy was like before and after John Collier. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAcollna.rtf

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