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"Thrown Among Strangers" by Douglas Monroy
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A 3 page paper which examines the Chumash Indian Revolt of 1824 as seen through Douglas Monroy's work "Thrown Among Strangers." No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAchumsh.rtf

"What You Pawn I Will Redeem"
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A 4 page analysis of the short story by Sherman Alexie. This story portrays the impacts of white America on Native American welfare through the eyes of a homeless alcoholic Indian living on the streets of Spokane Washington. It details his quest to regain his connection with all that has been taken from him. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPnaPawn.rtf

A Century of Religious Evolution among Native Americans
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A 7 page paper discussing how the issue of religion among Native Americans has come full circle in the past century. The federal government officially banned some tribes' most sacred religious rites - the potlatch of the Cree was subversive because it redistributed wealth among members - forbade the use of native languages and removed entire tribes from their ancestral lands. White missionaries were certain that the "savages" had to be civilized before they could be evangelized, and did not take the time to realize how similar native religion and Christianity were. Some groups are returning to the traditional ways; others are blending tradition with Christianity; still others persecute the Christians in their midst in retribution for the centuries of persecution at the hands of Christians. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KSnativAmRel.wps

A Comparison of Appalachian and Cherokee Cultures
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A 9 page comparison of these sometimes diverse yet sometimes astonishingly similar cultures. The author of this paper defines the geographic range encompassed by the Appalachians and the unique peoples who presently live there. The author notes that this range was once the homelands of the Cherokee Indians. Specific details are provided on the cultural organization of these two groups, as well as their subsistence patterns, and information about their material culture. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPapala2.rtf

A Comparison of the History and Culture of the Oglala Sioux and the Crow and the Interactions with White America
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A 5 page overview of the trials and tribulations faced by these Native Americans at the hands of the Europeans who invaded their lands. Discusses the changes to traditional lifeways which occurred and the amazing ability of these people to persevere into modern times despite the odds. Emphasizes the teachings found in “Black Elk Speaks” (edited by John G. Neihardt) and Frederick E. Hoxie’s “Parading Through History: The Making of the Crow Nation in America, 1805-1935”. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaCrow.wps

A COMPARISON/CONTRAST OF MY ANTONIA TO FOOLS CROW
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This 3 page paper compares/contrasts the work of Willa Cather to James Welch. Formal paper presentation. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBcrow.rtf

A Critique of the 2006 - 2011 Indian Health Service Strategic Plan
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A 7 page critique of the latest Native American health care strategy implemented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This paper points out the primary strengths of this document lies in its focus on accountability and involving Native Americans themselves in the planning and delivery of health care programs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaHlthPlan.rtf

A Hypothetical Dialogue on “Ceremony” by Leslie Silko
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A 4 page paper which presents a hypothetical dialogue on the book “Ceremony” by Leslie Silko.” No sources cited.
Filename: RAsilko.rtf

A One-On-One Interview With an Elderly Native American Widow
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A 6 page report on the interview process with a seventy-four year old widowed female of mixed Cherokee heritage. Asserts that the interview process can allow a student to quickly come to the realization that individual behavior and relationships with other members of society can vary according to a number of cultural factors, not just race. They can also use the interview process to dispel the stereotypical images which many hold in regard to racial groups which are different from themselves. A one-on-one interview can allow a student to identify with an individual from a cultural group who they may have previously regarded as completely foreign to their own. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaEldI.rtf

A Plea for a Native American Alliance
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A 3 page plea for Native Americans to join into a common alliance to resist white expansion. Written from the perspective of one Native American in the 1800s, this paper tells of what will come if the alliance is unsuccessful. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPnaAlliancePlea.rtf

A Summary and Review of Four Books and Articles on Spirituality
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This 6 page paper provides four separate summaries and critiques of books or articles which are related to New Ageism. Andrew's Medicine Woman, McKenna's In Praise of Psychedelics, Burrough's Nova Express and Ross's New Age: A Kinder, Gentler Science? are the four works. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA218new.rtf

Aboriginal Consideration and Involvement in Environmental Conservation in Canada
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the consideration for Canadian aboriginals in regards to environmental conservation in Canada. Within the last century in Canada, there has been little consideration for the environmental concerns and land claims proposed by the Canadian aboriginals. Part of reason for this could be that generally, as seen in the work of the Group of Seven, Canadian natives were not linked with the Canadian landscape. While some artists like Emily Carr depicted the disappearing ecology and native cultures the west, generally that work was not well received until recently. The disregard for native concerns continues in governmental and corporate policies administered today in which Canadian aboriginals have had to fight for the preservation of their homeland after industrial legislation has been granted to destroy it either by logging or fishing conflicts. While environmental groups often work hand in hand with the natives in regards to conservation, often times, they too conflict and disregard the aboriginal perspective. While there are some cases in which Canadian aboriginals have been successful in their fight to retain their land and conserve the environment, these struggles are still considered secondary to the desires of the provincial and federal governments and industry. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TJCwild1.rtf

Aboriginal Women in Canada
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An 8 page paper which discusses the historical importance of the aboriginal women of Canada, who have served as powerful providers to their families. Maria Campbell's "Halfbreed" is used briefly in the discussion. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RAmetis.rtf

Abuse in the Aboriginal Residential Schools in Canada & The Mushkegowuk Cree of Fort Albany, Ontario
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This is a 10 page paper discussing abuse in Aboriginal residential schools in Canada and in particular that in Fort Albany, Ontario. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries in Canada, the federal government in partnership with a number of religious organizations ran over 130 “residential schools” for Aboriginals. Originally intended to promote the assimilation of the Aboriginal people within white society, by the time the majority of the schools closed in the 1960s and 1970s, it soon became obvious that in addition to religion and education being promoted within the schools, so too was a horrific amount of physical and sexual abuse being performed. Generations of Aboriginals who passed through the schools have suffered a great deal from the abuse and are trying within their own communities to heal from their ordeals. The federal government in addition to providing funding to aid in the healing programs has also released a formal Statement of Reconciliation and several actions plans for the communities. The Mushkegowuk Cree of Fort Albany, Ontario is one such community affected by the horrors experienced in their residential school. Ste. Anne’s residential school in Fort Albany run by the Roman Catholic diocese has not only be accused of hundreds of cases of physical and sexual abuse but was also known for its use of a home-made electric chair with which it punished and tortured its students. In addition to a number of legal claims against those who ran the school, the community has also undergone a recent rejuvenation process which has included the renovation of the old school in addition to the building of a new educational complex where the children do not have to leave their families for their education; one of the many needed steps for healing. Some tutorial language is used throughout and inserted with square brackets to assist the customer with the writing process. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TJMCree1.rtf


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