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Thornton, Russell, 1942-
The urbanization of American Indians : a critical bibliography / Russell Thornton, Gary D. Sandefur, Harold G. Grasmick
Bloomington : Published for the Newberry Library [by] Indiana University Press, c1982
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E98.U72 Z967 1982    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Indians of North America -- Urban residence -- Bibliography
Indians of North America -- Social conditions -- Bibliography
Physical Description viii, 87 p. ; 21 cm
Note Includes index
Contents Introduction -- American Indian cities, towns, and villages -- Pre-Columbian settlements -- North of the Rio Grande -- Twentieth-century urbanization -- Trend toward Urbanization -- American Indians in cities: general considerations -- Determinants of rural-to-urban migration -- Demographic trends -- Urbanization and economic status -- The kinship system in the urban context -- Alcohol consumptions, crime, and mental health -- Continued urbanization: assimilation and adaptation -- Summary and Conclusions
Summary The urbanization of American Indians is typically considered as a migration over the last few decades from rural areas and reservations to the present large cities of the United States and Canada. But this is only part of the phenomenon
Series Bibliographical series (Newberry Library. Center for the History of the American Indian)
Alternate Author Sandefur, Gary D., 1951-
Grasmick, Harold G., 1947-

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