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From primary sources collected over some thirty years, both textual and photographic, Wilbur S. Nye tells the story of the military subjugation of the Plains Indians and their removal to reservations in Indian Territory.Complementing the text, which covers a segment of American history that has heretofore been told chiefly in fragments, are the superb photographs of William S. Soule. As fine a craftsman as Mathew Brady, Soule made many photographs of the aboriginal red men. These pictures, showing exactly how the Indian looked, what they wore, and how they lived, are published here in a relatively complete collection (some near duplicates are omitted) for the first time.
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Peter Iverson, Professor of History at Arizona State University, specializes in twentieth-century Indian history and has published two other books in his field. He received the doctorate in history from the University of Wisconsin. He taught for three years in the Navajo Community College of the Navajo Nation and has also held academic positions in the University of Wisconsin and the University of Wyoming.Synopsis:
Essays consider water rights, wartime participation, religious heritage, open reservations, economic issues, tribal leadership, and the Indian rights movement.
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