Essays from "Teaching and Writing Local and Reservation History, the Crows."

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian.
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, Ill. : Newberry, D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, c1995.
Series:Occasional papers in curriculum series ; no. 18
Table of Contents:
  • An "in-progress" report: the Crow seminar and teaching Indian history / by Joy Lintelman
  • The problem of multiple perspectives in a course on the Wounded Knee Massacre / by Jeffrey Ostler
  • Writing family and cummunities : a series of hurdles / by Jeanne Smith
  • Teaching a course on native American women: colonization, resistance, and survival / by Luana Ross
  • Student centered tribal histories: hypercard and new narratives / by Craig Howe
  • The Montana Indians studies law: an experiment in legislating ethnic understanding / by WIlliam Thacckeray
  • Library classification systems and tribal knowledge / by Cheryl Metoyer-Duran
  • A child-centered culture: the Crow Indians of Montana / by Fred W. Voget
  • Apsaalooke Ashkisshe: a description of the Crow Indian Sun dance / by John A. Grim
  • Discussion concerning the 1948 constitution and by-laws of the Crow tribe of Indians / by Eloise Whitebear Pease.