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The Resource Indian life : transforming an American myth, edited and with an introd. by William W. Savage, Jr

Indian life : transforming an American myth, edited and with an introd. by William W. Savage, Jr

Label
Indian life : transforming an American myth
Title
Indian life
Title remainder
transforming an American myth
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introd. by William W. Savage, Jr
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
301.15/43/97800497
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E78.G73
LC item number
I53
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Savage, William W
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  • Indians of North America
  • Public opinion
  • Indians of North America
Label
Indian life : transforming an American myth, edited and with an introd. by William W. Savage, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
"He remains a savage simply from lack of a code of morals" (1882) / Richard Irving Dodge -- "Jack, I haven't had an Indian to eat for a long time" (1886) / Jacob Piatt Dunn -- "Their music is fitter for hell than for earth" (1890) / John F. Finerty -- "Indians never spare anyone who is in their power" (1890) / Charles Alston Messiter -- "There are a great many Indians and a great many reservations" (1892) / Richard Harding Davis -- "He looked every inch a chief" (1903) / Andy Adams -- "The great warrior straightened up like an arrow" (1877) / Edward L. Wheeler -- "'It's my Injun, boys, ' he cried exultantly" (1881) / Prentiss Ingraham -- "Here is a picture of a helpless people!" (1881) / Helen Hunt Jackson -- "The squawman fought their battles" (1907) / James Willard Schultz -- "He was lazy and vicious, and never told the truth when a lie would serve better" (1891) / W. Fletcher Johnson -- "A shot was fired and carnage ensued" (1891) / Commissioner of Indian Affairs -- "They have moved majestically down the pathway of the ages" (1914) / Joseph Kossuth Dixon
Control code
ocm03119702
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xii, 286 p.
Isbn
9780806114347
Lccn
77009111
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) 774814
Label
Indian life : transforming an American myth, edited and with an introd. by William W. Savage, Jr
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
"He remains a savage simply from lack of a code of morals" (1882) / Richard Irving Dodge -- "Jack, I haven't had an Indian to eat for a long time" (1886) / Jacob Piatt Dunn -- "Their music is fitter for hell than for earth" (1890) / John F. Finerty -- "Indians never spare anyone who is in their power" (1890) / Charles Alston Messiter -- "There are a great many Indians and a great many reservations" (1892) / Richard Harding Davis -- "He looked every inch a chief" (1903) / Andy Adams -- "The great warrior straightened up like an arrow" (1877) / Edward L. Wheeler -- "'It's my Injun, boys, ' he cried exultantly" (1881) / Prentiss Ingraham -- "Here is a picture of a helpless people!" (1881) / Helen Hunt Jackson -- "The squawman fought their battles" (1907) / James Willard Schultz -- "He was lazy and vicious, and never told the truth when a lie would serve better" (1891) / W. Fletcher Johnson -- "A shot was fired and carnage ensued" (1891) / Commissioner of Indian Affairs -- "They have moved majestically down the pathway of the ages" (1914) / Joseph Kossuth Dixon
Control code
ocm03119702
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xii, 286 p.
Isbn
9780806114347
Lccn
77009111
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) 774814

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