American Indian Quarterly 42:3

American Indian Quarterly 42:3

Edited by Lindsey Claire Smith

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Table Of Contents

Contents

The Mentoring of Miss Deloria: Poetics, Politics, and the Test of Tradition
Sarah L. Bonnie and Susan H. Krook

Feeding the Tribe: The Role of Soft Infrastructure in Addressing the Root Problems of the Navajo Nation San Juan River Irrigation System
Tracy D. Raymond and Constance L. Falk

The Midnight Rider: The EPA and Tribal Self-Determination
Raymond Nolan

Fighting Isolation: How Four Native Women Created Change at UNC–Chapel Hill
Brian Peters

Toward a Native Archive: Chicago’s Relocation Photos, Indian Labor, and Indigenous Public Text
Megan Tusler

Reviews
Angela Pulley Hudson. Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormon Became Famous Indians
Erin Guydish

Theodore Catton. American Indians and National Forests
Todd Allin Morman

Gregory D. Smithers. The Cherokee Diaspora: An Indigenous History of Migration, Resettlement, and Identity
Shalon van Tine

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