Native Women of Courage

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  • Author : Kelly Fournel
  • Publisher : Book Publishing Company
  • Pages : 84 pages
  • ISBN : 9780977918324
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Native Women of Courage

Native Women of Courage
  • Author : Kelly Fournel
  • Publisher : Book Publishing Company
  • Release : 04 December 2022
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Profiles ten women of Native American descent--both contemporary and historical--who challenged traditional stereotypes and fought discrimination in the United States and Canada.

Native American Almanac

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  • Author : Yvonne Wakim Dennis,Arlene Hirschfelder,Shannon Rothenberger Flynn
  • Publisher : Visible Ink Press
  • Release : 18 April 2016
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From ancient rock drawings to today’s urban living, the Native American Almanac: More than 50,000 Years of the Cultures and Histories of Indigenous Peoples traces the rich heritage of indigenous people. It is a fascinating mix of biography, pre-contact and post-contact history, current events, Tribal Nations’ histories, enlightening insights on environmental and land issues, arts, treaties, languages, education, movements, and more. Ten regional chapters, including urban living, cover the narrative history, the communities, land, environment, important figures, and backgrounds of

No Small Courage

No Small Courage
  • Author : Nancy F. Cott
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 08 April 2004
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Enriched by the wealth of new research into women's history, No Small Courage offers a lively chronicle of American experience, charting women's lives and experiences with fascinating immediacy from the precolonial era to the present. Individual stories and primary sources-including letters, diaries, and news reports-animate this history of the domestic, professional, and political efforts of American women. John Demos begins the book with a discussion of Native American women confronting colonization. Leading historians illuminate subsequent eras of social and political

Chalkboard Heroes Twelve Courageous Teachers and Their Deeds of Valor

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  • Author : Terry Lee Marzell
  • Publisher : Wheatmark, Inc.
  • Release : 10 February 2015
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A collection of inspiring and informative narratives, Chalkboard Heroes: Twelve Courageous Teachers and Their Deeds of Valor introduces us to real American heroes. Author and educator Terry Lee Marzell shines a spotlight on heroic teachers in American history who were both exemplars of teaching and role models of society. We meet the teachers who protected our country like Henry Alvin Cameron, who fought in World War I, and Francis Wayland Parker, a Civil War veteran. We learn about the social

The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Cinema

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  • Author : Janine Marchessault,Will Straw
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 20 March 2019
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The chapters in The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Cinema present a rich, diverse overview of Canadian cinema. Responding to the latest developments in Canadian film studies, this volume takes into account the variety of artistic voices, media technologies, and places which have marked cinema in Canada throughout its history. Drawing on a range of established and emerging scholars from a range of disciplines, this volume will be useful to teachers, scholars, and to a general readership interested in cinema in

Native Women s History in Eastern North America Before 1900

Native Women s History in Eastern North America Before 1900
  • Author : Rebecca Kugel,Lucy Eldersveld Murphy
  • Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
  • Release : 01 January 2007
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How can we learn more about Native women?s lives in North America in earlier centuries? This question is answered by this landmark anthology, an essential guide to the significance, experiences, and histories of Native women. Sixteen classic essays?plus new commentary?many by the original authors?describe a broad range of research methods and sources offering insight into the lives of Native American women. The authors explain the use of letters and diaries, memoirs and autobiographies, newspaper accounts and

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  • Author : David E. Rohall,Morten G. Ender,Michael D. Matthews
  • Publisher : Lexington Books
  • Release : 04 August 2017
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The U.S. military can be thought of as a microcosm of American society, bringing in people from diverse backgrounds and history to defend one nation. Military leaders must address the same issues and concerns as those found in the civilian world, including exclusion, segregation, and discrimination. In some cases, the military has led the nation by creating policies of inclusion before civilian laws required them to do so. In other causes, the military has lagged behind the larger society.

Women of Colonial America

Women of Colonial America
  • Author : Brandon Marie Miller
  • Publisher : Chicago Review Press
  • Release : 01 February 2016
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An authentic, rich tapestry of women's lives in colonial America Using a host of primary sources, author Brandon Marie Miller recounts the roles, hardships, and daily lives of Native American, European, and African women in 17th- and 18th-century colonial America. Hard work proved a constant for most women—they ensured their family's survival through their skills while others sold their labor or lived in bondage as indentured servants and slaves. Elizabeth Ashbridge survived an abusive indenture to become a Quaker

Native American Spirituality

Native American Spirituality
  • Author : Lee Irwin
  • Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
  • Release : 01 January 2000
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This volume offers a stimulating, multidisciplinary set of essays by noted Native and non-Native scholars that explore the problems and prospects of understanding and writing about Native American spirituality in the twenty-first century. Considerable attention is given to the appropriateness and value of different interpretive paradigms for Native religion, including both traditional religion and Native Christianity. The book also investigates the ethics of religious representation, issues of authenticity, the commodification of spirituality, and pedagogical practices. Of special interest is the

The Broadview Reader Third Edition

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  • Author : Jane Flick,Herbert Rosengarten
  • Publisher : Broadview Press
  • Release : 16 February 1998
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This new edition includes most of the essays that have made The Broadview Reader one of the most popular first-year textbooks in Canada, and adds 18 fresh selections. As before, essays are gathered into groups by topic, but the editors also provide alternative tables of contents by rhetorical patterns and devices, and by chronology. Each selection is followed by a wide range of questions and suggestions for discussions, and the reader also includes a glossary and biographical notes. Most of the

The Columbia Companion to the Twentieth Century American Short Story

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  • Author : Blanche H. Gelfant,Lawrence Graver
  • Publisher : Columbia University Press
  • Release : 04 December 2022
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This resource provides information on a popular literary genre - the 20th century American short story. It contains articles on stories that share a particular theme, and over 100 pieces on individual writers and their work. There are also articles on promising new writers entering the scene.

The Women s National Indian Association

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  • Author : Valerie Sherer Mathes
  • Publisher : UNM Press
  • Release : 15 April 2015
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The Women’s National Indian Association, formed in response to the chronic conflict and corruption that plagued relations between American Indians and the U.S. government, has been all but forgotten since it was disbanded in 1951. Mathes’s edited volume, the first book to address the history of the WNIA, comprises essays by eight authors on the work of this important reform group. The WNIA was formed in 1879 in reaction to the prospect of opening Oklahoma Indian Territory to white

Mark and its Subalterns

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  • Author : David Joy
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 18 December 2014
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This book offers a fresh appraisal of the identity and involvement of the subalterns in Mark, arguing that the presence of the subalterns in Mark is a possible hermeneutical tool for re-reading the Bible in a postcolonial context like India. Part I paves the way for a creative discussion on Mark and its interpreters in the rest of the study by looking at the issue of the spread of Christianity and missionary attempts at biblical interpretations that did not take

Romancing Human Rights

Romancing Human Rights
  • Author : Tamara C. Ho
  • Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
  • Release : 31 January 2015
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When the world thinks of Burma, it is often in relation to Nobel laureate and icon Aung San Suu Kyi. But beyond her is another world, one that complicates the overdetermination of Burma as a pariah state and myths about the “high status” of Southeast Asian women. Highlighting and critiquing this fraught terrain, Tamara C. Ho’s Romancing Human Rights maps “Burmese women” as real and imagined figures across the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century. More than a