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Ethnic Studies Review
It will not come as news to people familiar with Native American history the role the print medium has played in costructing [constructing] public images of indigenous Americans. What is refreshing is the way in which Coward offers his insights on the matter. He has chosen the period of the United States' most feverish expansion into "the West," a time when newspapers and related print sources were most active in defining now-common stereotypes of both sides in the ensuing conflicts.