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Red: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2013, the eighth iteration of the Eiteljorg Museum’s acclaimed biennial art series, documents the strength, drama, determination, and humor of contemporary Native art and the artists who create it. Celebrating the work of Invited Artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun (Coast Salish/Okanagan) and Eiteljorg Fellows Julie Buffalohead (Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma), Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Aleut), Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band of Cherokee), and Meryl McMaster (Plains Cree/Blackfoot), Red declares that any person who lives with the idea that Native people are vanishing, weak, or failing to thrive needs simply to look at their art.Contributors:heather ahtone (Chickasaw Nation and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) is the James T. Bialac Assistant Curator for Native American and Non-Western Art at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman. Dana Claxton (Lakota) is a video and performance artist whose projects form a subversive societal critique in time-based media that suit experimental storytelling. Ashley Holland (Cherokee) is Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Eiteljorg Museum. Jennifer Complo McNutt is Curator of Contemporary Art at the Eiteljorg Museum and has been instrumental in the development and success of the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship since its inception in 1999. Tania Willard (Secwepemc Nation) is an artist who works within the shifting ideas around contemporary and traditional, often with knowledge and skills that are conceptually linked to her interest in intersections between aboriginal and other cultures.
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John D. McDermott is author of Circle of Fire: The Indian War of 1865 and numerous other books and articles on the American West.
John "Jack" D. McDermott, 81, died Dec. 31, 2016.
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Book Description University of Oklahoma Press. Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Hardcover A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Seller Inventory # 2795220
Book Description University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. 704 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. NATIVE AMERICANS. On a cold December day in 1866, Captain William J. Fetterman disobeyed orders and spurred his men across Lodge Trail Ridge in pursuit of a group of retreating Lakota Sioux, Arapahos, and Cheyennes. He saw a perfect opportunity to punish the tribes for harassing travelers on the Bozeman Trail and attacking wood trains sent out from nearby Fort Phil Kearny. In a sudden turn of events, his command was, within moments, annihilated. John D. McDermott's masterful retelling of the Fetterman Disaster is just one episode of Red Cloud's War, the most comprehensive history of the Bozeman Trail yet written. In vivid detail, McDermott recounts how the discovery of gold in Montana in 1863 led to the opening of the 250-mile route from Fort Laramie to the goldfields near Virginia City, and the fortification of this route with three military posts. The road crossed the Powder River Basin, the last, best hunting grounds of the Northern Plains tribes. Oglala chief Red Cloud and his allies mounted a campaign of armed resistance against the army and Montana-bound settlers. Among a host of small but bloody clashes were such major battles as the Fetterman Disaster, the Wagon Box Fight, and the Hayfield Fight, all of them famous in the annals of the Indian Wars. McDermott's spellbinding narrative offers a cautionary tale of hubris and mis-calculation. The United States Army suffered one setback after another; what reputation for effectiveness it had gained during the Civil War dissipated in the skirmishing in faraway Big Horn country. In a thoughtful conclusion, McDermott reflects on the tribes' victories and the consequences of the Treaty of 1868. By successfully defending their hunting grounds, the Northern Plains tribes delayed an ultimate reckoning that would come a decade later on the Little Bighorn, on the Red Forks of the Powder River, at Slim Buttes, at Wolf Mountain, and in a dozen other places where warrior and trooper met in the final clashes on the western plains. (Key Words: United States History, John D. McDermott, Native Americans, American Indians, Red Cloud, Bozeman Trail, Fetterman, Fort Phil Kearny). book. Seller Inventory # 72142X3
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