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The Saintly Indian: American Catholic Identity in The Indian Sentinel, 1902-1922
by Joranger, Abigail, M.A.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2019: 116 pages; 22618739.
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Race and perception: The 1973 American Indian Movement protest in Custer, South Dakota
by Hammer, Justin C., M.A.  University of South Dakota. 2011: 96 pages; 1491248.
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Confederate Borderland, Indian Homeland: Slavery, Sovereignty, and Suffering in Indian Territory
by Cowsert, Zachery Christian, M.A.  West Virginia University. 2014: 95 pages; 1554912.
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Reimagining red power: Native American community, activism, and academics in postwar America
by Stahl-Kovell, Daniel W., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2014: 165 pages; 1568903.
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Antithetical dialogue: Claiming rhetorical sovereignty in contemporary American Indian literature
by Thomson, Amy L., M.F.A.  University of Central Oklahoma. 2010: 49 pages; 1488665.
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Silencing memories: The Workers' Movement for Democracy in El Salvador, 1932–1963
by Portillo, Claudia Annette, M.A.  California State University, Los Angeles. 2016: 132 pages; 10141186.
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Home Front: The Restrictive Covenant Cases and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement
by Gonda, Jeffrey David, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 342 pages; 3525281.
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“History will one day have its say”: Patrice Lumumba and the Black Freedom Movement
by Hickner, Jamie Elizabeth, Ph.D.  Purdue University. 2011: 448 pages; 3507297.
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The complete Ahtna poems
by Smelcer, John E., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 2011: 145 pages; 3461356.
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Outcasts and inheritors: The Ishmael ethos in American culture, 1776–1917
by Ebrahim, Parween Redha, Ph.D.  Princeton University. 2011: 208 pages; 3480112.
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Finding the “Indian” in Amy Beach's Theme and Variations for Flute and String Quartet, op. 80
by Burgess, Stephanie J., M.M.  University of North Texas. 2007: 91 pages; 1452035.
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The provocative cocktail: Intellectual origins of the Zapatista uprising, 1960–1994
by Gunderson, Christopher, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 605 pages; 3589725.
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Remove, return, remember: Making Ute land religion in the American West
by Denison, Brandilyn, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 253 pages; 3477541.
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The Indian Who Raised the Flag: An Examination of the Legacy of Ira Hayes, 1945- Present
by Cook, Keith, M.A.  The University of Arizona. 2020: 189 pages; 28151006.
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Space: Movement and location in Wintu
by Cramond, Paige Marie, M.A.  University of Oregon. 2011: 87 pages; 1497103.
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Challenging the South's black-white binary: Haliwa-Saponi Indians and political autonomy
by Richardson, Marvin M., M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2013: 57 pages; 1538138.
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Chicano and Black radical activism of the 1960s: A comparison between the Brown Berets and the Black Panther Party in California
by Yanez, Angelica Maria, M.A.  University of California, San Diego. 2010: 120 pages; 1474777.
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Decolonizing Cherokee History 1790–1830s: American Indian Holocaust, Genocidal Resistance, and Survival
by Rogers, Janna Lynell Martin, M.A.  Oklahoma State University. 2019: 274 pages; 22589145.
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Alternate auralities on the American frontier: Resounding the Indian in the American Western film
by Niehaus, Emma Elizabeth, M.A.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2016: 59 pages; 10124043.
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Power, Political Economy, and War on the Anglo-Indian Frontier, 1636-1727
by Miller, Craig A., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2011: 296 pages; 3440322.
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Breaking the Plains: Indians, Settlers, and Reformers in the Oklahoma Land Rush
by Brueck, Gregory James, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2012: 325 pages; 3555272.
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“What a Woman Can Do With an Auto”: American Women in the Early Automotive Era
by Lesh, Carla Rose, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2010: 195 pages; 3432927.
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Two trains running: Capture and escape in the racialized train cars of the Jim Crow South, 1893–1930
by Robinson, Raleigh Mixon, M.A.  The University of Mississippi. 2012: 114 pages; 1515338.
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