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Lewis & Clark and the Indian country : the Native American perspective / edited by Frederick E. Hoxie and Jay T. Nelson
Urbana : University of Illinois Press : Published for the Newberry Library, c2007
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 3rd Floor  F592.7 .L6944 2007    AVAILABLE
Subject Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) -- Exhibitions
Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) -- Influence -- Exhibitions
Lewis, Meriwether, 1774-1809 -- Relations with Indians -- Exhibitions
Clark, William, 1770-1838 -- Relations with Indians -- Exhibitions
Subject(s) Culture conflict -- West (U.S.) -- History -- 19th century -- Exhibitions
Subject West (U.S.) -- Race relations -- History -- 19th century -- Exhibitions
Subject(s) Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Exhibitions
Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Exhibitions
Subject West (U.S.) -- Description and travel -- Exhibitions
United States -- Territorial expansion -- Exhibitions
Physical Description 366 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Based on an exhibition that opened in Oct. 2004 at the Newberry Library, Chicago, Ill
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: What Can We Learn from a Bicentennial? / Frederick E. Hoxie -- 1. The Arrival of Horses Accelerates Trade and Cultural Change -- Acquisition of the Horse / John G. Ewers -- 2. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Creators -- Legend of Poia / Walter McClintock -- The Creation of the Nez Perces / Archie Phinney -- First Creator and Lone Man / Martha Beckwith -- Our Lands and Our History / Armand Minthorn -- 3. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Gifts -- Red Stick Ceremony / Alfred W. Bowers -- Months of Year and Plants or Animals Expected Each Month / Herbert Spinden -- Finding Spirit Helpers / Philip Minthorn -- The Seasonal Round / Cecilia Bearchum -- "I Am So Thankful ..." / Lee Bourgeau -- 4. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Men and Women -- Hidatsa Agriculture / Gilbert L. Wilson -- The Men and the Women / C.C. Uhlenbeck -- My Family / Marjorie Waheneka -- Families and Clans at Fort Berthold / Malcolm Wolf and Tillie Walker -- 5. A Vast Network of Partners -- Coyote's Trip to the East / Haruo Aoki and Deward E. Walker -- Indian Country Diplomacy / Alexander Henry -- Nez Perce Trade / Otis Half Moon -- 6. What Did the Americans Know? -- Notes on the State of Virginia / Thomas Jefferson -- 7. Celebrating the New Year and Surviving the Winter with the Mandans, January 1805 -- William Clark Describes New Year's Day 1805 -- John Ordway Describes the New Year's Celebration -- William Clark Describes the Mandan Buffalo Dance -- Exploring the Explorers: Great Plains Peoples and the Lewis and Clark Expedition / James P. Ronda -- Lewis and Clark among the Mandans and Hidatsas / Calvin Grinnell and Tillie Walker -- 8. Trading for Horses and Finding Their Way, August-September 1805 -- William Clark on the Salish -- Sergeant John Ordway on the Salish -- 9. Rescued by the Nez Perces -- William Clark on His Encounter with the Nez Perces -- Wotollen Tells of Red Bear / Lucullus McWhorter -- Aspects of Nez Perce Culture: Language, Territory, and the Annual Cycle / Deward E. Walker -- 10. New Year's Day 1806 and the Oregon Winter -- Meriwether Lewis Issues New Orders -- Meriwether Lewis on the Clatsops -- John Ordway on Relations with the Clatsops -- 11. Friends and Trading Partners on the Upper Columbia -- William Clark Describes Meeting the Walla Wallas and Umatillas -- Sergeant Ordway Describes the Umatillas -- The Columbia River Trade Network / Theodore Stern -- 12. A Confrontation in Montana -- Meriwether Lewis Describes a Violent Encounter with the Blackfeet -- A Blackfeet Encounter / Patrick Gass -- A Blackfeet Version of Their Encounter with the Americans / Olin Wheeler -- 13. Two Views of Western North America -- A Cartographic View of the West, 1844 -- The United States, 1884 -- 14. The Fur Trade -- The State of the Fur Trade, 1831 / Joshua Pilcher -- An Overview of the Western Fur Trade / David J. Wishart -- 15. New Settlers -- The Treaty of 1855 -- American Attitudes toward Treaties / Isaac Ingalls Stevens -- A Modern Indian Leader Reflects on the Treaty of 1855 / Marjorie Waheneka -- 16. Miners -- Nez Perce Views of the Land / Sue Whalen -- A Nez Perce Historian on the Impact of Miners on His Tribe / Otis Half Moon -- 17. Ranchers -- Cattle for Indians / John M. Thayer -- Indian Ranchers / Carolyn Gilman -- 18. Missionaries and Teachers -- Schools as Places of Discipline and Instruction United States Office of Indian Affairs -- The Indian Office and Blackfeet "Progress" / Charles H. Burke -- A Blackfeet Educator Discusses the Importance of Learning the Blackfeet Language / Darrell Robes Kipp -- 19. Salmon Restoration -- The Boldt Decision Recognizes a Treaty Right to Fish -- Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Statement on Salmon Restoration -- The Role of Salmon in a Family and Tribe / Marjorie Waheneka -- 20. Environmental Protection -- Indian Commissioner Collier on the Wheeler-Howard Act, 1934 -- A Modern Tribe Struggles to Protect the Environment -- 21. Language Preservation -- Why Teach an Ancient Language? / Darrell Robes Kipp -- Honoring Native Languages, Defeating the Shame / Marjane Ambler -- Founding a Blackfeet Immersion School / Darrell Robes Kipp -- 22. Education and Cultural Preservation -- A Profile of a Tribally Chartered College / Dorreen Yellow Bird -- Tribal Museums Join the Task of Preserving Community Traditions / Carolyn Casey -- Voices of the Next Generation -- Growing Up / Twyla Baker -- Chief Coyote / Veronica Serdahl -- Who Am I? / Roger D. White Owl -- 23. The Meaning of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial for Native Americans -- Five Native American Educators Reflect on the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Its Aftermath -- Conclusion: Lewis and Clark Reconsidered: Some Sober Second Thoughts / James P. Ronda
Subject Publisher description for Lewis and Clark and the Indian country : the Native American perspective / edited by Frederick E. Hoxie and Jay T. Nelson. Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country broadens the scope of conventional study of the Lewis and Clark expedition to include Native American perspectives. Frederick E. Hoxie and Jay T. Nelson present the expedition's long-term impact on the "Indian Country" and its residents through compelling interviews conducted with Native Americans over the past two centuries, secondary literature, Lewis and Clark travel journals, and other primary sources from the Newberry Library's exhibit Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country. Rich stories of Native Americans, travelers, ranchers, Columbia River fur traders, teachers, and missionaries--often in conflict with each other--illustrate complex interactions between settlers and tribal people. Environmental protection issues and the preservation of Native language, education, and culture dominate late twentieth-century discussions, while early accounts document important Native American alliances with Lewis and Clark. In widening the reader's interpretive lens to include many perspectives, this collection reaches beyond individual achievement to appreciate America's plural past
Alternate Author Hoxie, Frederick E., 1947-
Nelson, Jay T

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