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Orginal Publication Date

1979

Journal Title

Explorations in Ethnic Studies

Volume

2

Issue

ees/vol2/iss2

First Page

39

Last Page

41

Abstract

Until very recently, Indian history existed in the doldrums of guilt and ethnocentric misunderstanding. Since Indians were preeminently the great American obstacle to the inexorable process of United States expansion and progress, they have been relegated to the quiet, but nasty, fringes of Euroamerican history. Indians were destroyed or degraded in national chronicles. Sorry remnants of once proud peoples, reservation Indians, the story line goes, remained obstinately and hopelessly beyond the winds of change.

Rights

Copyright, ​©EES, The National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1979

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