American Indians and National Parks: bibliography
Robert H. Keller, Jr. and Michael F. Turek.


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Abrams, Robert H. "The Big Horn Indian Water Rights Adjudication: A Battle for the Legal Imagination," Oklahoma Law Review, 43:1 (Spring 1990), pp. 71-86.

Adams, Randy. "Chief Seattle & the Puget Sound Buffalo Wallow," Borealis, 5:1 (Spring 1994), pp. 51-54.

Adkisson, Kenneth L. "Cultural Resources Management at Nez Perce National Historic Park," CRM, 3:3 (1980), pp. 12-14.

Alter, J. Cecil, comp. "The Mormons and the Indians," Utah Historical Quarterly, 12:1 (January 1944), pp. 49-67.

Andrews, Tracy J. "Navajo Land Use and Settlement Variability in Canyon de Chelly and Canyon del Muerto," unpublished MS, 1991.

Balsom, Janet R. "Native Americans in the Grand Canyon," in John Annerio, Hiking the Grand Canyon (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1986), pp. 7-16.

Bates, Craig D. "Native Americans: Perpetuating a Wealth of Cultures in rhe Parks," National Parks, 59:8 (Sept. 1985), pp. 12-17.

________. "Yosemite's Indians: Developing an Interpretive Program Using a Park's Historical Collection," CRM, 6:2 (June 1983), pp. 8-9.

Bean, Lowell J. and Brakke, Sylvia V. "Ethnography and the NPS: Opportunities and Obligations," CRM, 10:1 (Feb. 1987), pp. 26-29.

Benedict, Ruth F. "The Vision in Plains Culture," American Anthropologist, 24 (Jan. 1922), pp. 1-23.

Bennett, Carla. "Quantification of Indian Water Rights: Foresight or Folly?" UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, 8:1 (1988), pp. 267-85.

Berger, Thomas R. "Native Rights and Self-Determination," Ontario Law Review 22:1 (1984), pp. 1-14.

Berke, Debra. "Covering the Field: Rock Art in the National Park Service," CRM, 7:1 (April 1984), pp. 12-13, 18.

Bowman, Sally-Jo. "Parks in Partnership," National Parks (Jan. 1998), pp. 30-33.

Brooks, Juanita. "Indian Relations on the Mormom Frontier," Utah Historical Quarterly, 12:1 (January 1944), pp. 1-48.

Brower, David. "They're After the Grand Canyon Again? The Grand Canyon!" Not Man Apart, 4:8 (July 1974), pp. 7-8.

Brown, Mark. "Yellowstone Tourists and the Nez Perce," Montana, the Magazine of Western History 16:3 (July 1966), pp. 30-43.

Brugge, David. "The National Park Service and the Navajo Nation," CRM, 3:3 (1980), pp. 6-7.

Bruggers, James. "The Salish-Kootenai Comeback," Sierra 72:4 (Aug. 1987), pp. 22-26.

Burton, Lloyd. "The American Indian Water Rights Dilemma," UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, 7:2 (1988), pp. 1-66.

Callicott, J. Baird. "American Indian Land Wisdom," Journal of Forest History, 33:1 (Jan. 1989), pp. 35-42.

Castile, George Pierre. "The Indian Connection: Judge James Wickersham and the Indian Shakers," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 78:3, (October 1990), pp. 122-29.

Castillo, Edward D., "Petition to Congress on Behalf of the Yosemite Indians, Journal of California Anthropology, 5:2 (1979), pp. 271-76.

Catton, Theodore R. "Glacier Bay National Monument, the Tlingit, and the Artifice of Wilderness," Northern Review, 11 (Winter 1993, pp. 56-82.

Chase, Alston. "How to Save Our National Parks," Atlantic Monthly (July 1987), pp. 35-44.

________. "Unhappy Birthday," Outside (Dec. 1991), pp. 33-40.

Chattin, Tanna. "John E. Cook: Profile of Leadership in NPS-American Indain Relationships," CRM, 14:5 (1991), pp. 42-43.

Clark, Jerry, "Thus Spoke Chief Seattle," Prologue, 17:1 (Spring 1985), pp. 58-65.

Clay, Jason W. "Parks and People," Cultural Survival Quarterly, 9:1 (Feb. 1985), pp. 2-5).

Coggins, George Cameron and Modrcin, William. "Native American Indians and Federal Wildlife Law," Stanford Law Review 31 (Feb. 1979), pp. 375-423.

Collier, John. "Wilderness Now on Indian Lands," Living Wilderness (Dec. 1937), pp. 3-4.

________. "With Secretary Ickes and the Seminoles," Harlow's Weekly [Oklahoma], April 20, 1935.

Conley, Clare. "Let's Study Indian Problems," Outdoor Life (May 1985), p. 4.

________. "More Indian Problems," Outdoor Life (June 1984), p. 4

________. "The Threatening Indian Problem," Outdoor Life (April 1984), p. 6.

Cook, John E. "The Cultural Legacy of America's National Parklands," CRM, 14:5 (1991), pp. 38-41.

Corbett, William P. "Pipestone: The Origin and Development of a National Monument, Minnesota History 47 (Fall 1980), pp. 83-92.

________. "The Red Pipestone Quarry: The Yankton Defend a Sacred Tradition, 1858-1929," South Dakota History, 8 (Spring 1978), pp. 99-106.

Cornell, George L. "The Influence of Native Americans on Modern Conservationists," Environmental Review, 9:2 (Summer 1985), pp. 105-117.

Covington, James W. "Trail Indians of Floria," Florida Historical Quarterly, 58 (1979), pp. 37-57.

Cowley, Jill. "Canyon de Chelly: An Ethnographic Landscape," 14:6 (1991), pp. 10-11.

Craig, Bruce. "Bones of Contention: The Controversy Over Digging Up Human Remains in Parks," National Parks (july 1990), pp. 16-17.

Crespi, Muriel. "Native American Relationships Policy: An Evolving Script," Courier, 32:12 (Dec. 1987), pp. 38-39.

________. "Ethnography and the NPS," A Growing Partnership," CRM, 10:1 (Feb. 1987), pp. 1-4.

Dassman, Raymond F. "National Parks, Nature Conservation, and 'Future Primitive,'" The Ecologist, 6:5 (June 1976).

Dawson, Pat "Custer Battlefield Changes Its Name," High Country News, Sept. 21, 1992, p. 4

Downs, Dorothy. "Coppinger's Tropical Gardens: The First Commercial Indian Village in Florida," Florida Anthropologist, 34:4 (Dec. 1981), pp. 225-31.

East, Ken M. "Joint Management of Canada's Northern National Parks," chpt. 27 in West and Brechin, Resident Peoples and National Parks.

________. "Resource Management in Wood Buffalo National Park: The National Park's Perspective," Native People and Renewable Resource Management, Proceedings of the 1986 Symposium of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists, Edmonton, pp. 86-95.

________. "Joint Management of Canada's Northern National Parks," MS, 1987.

Elliot, Gabrielle, "Hunting Rights and Privileges," Seattle Weekly, Feb. 22, 1984.

Elliot, Gary E. "Whose Land Is It? The Battle for the Great Basin National Park, 1957-1967," Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 34:1 (Spring 1991), pp. 241-56.

Elmendorf, W. W. "The Structure of Twana Culture," Research Studies, 28:3, Washington State University, 1960.

Endreson, Douglas. "Consultation and the Policy-Making Process," Courier, 32:12 (Dec. 1987), pp. 31-34.

Euler, Robert C. "The Havasupai of the Grand Canyon," American West, 16:3 (May 1979), pp. 12-17, 65.

Evans, Brock. Let's Not Give Up the Canyon," Sierra Club Bulletin, 59:8 (Sept. 1974), p. 27.

Ewers, John C. "The Bear Cult Among the Assiniboin and Their Neighbors of the Northern Plains," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 11:1 (Sporing 1955), pp. 1-14.

Farrow, E. A. "The Kaibab Indians," Utah Historical Quarterly, 3:2 (April 1930), pp. 57-59.

Feller, Laura J. "The Quincentennial Parks and Native Americans," CRM, 14:7 (1991), pp. 21-23.

Ferguson, T. J. "The Zuni Archaeological Program: Cultural Resources Management at the Pueblo of Zuni," CRM, 3:4 (Dec. 1980), pp. 8-9.

Ferry, Philip. "Canyon Utopia," Natural History, 59:2 (Feb. 1950), pp. 72-79, 92ff.

Fisher, A. K. "In Memoriam: George Bird Grinnell," The Auk, 1 (1939), pp. 1-12.

Florio, Roger. "Water Rights: Enforcing the Federal-Indian Trust After Nevada v. United States," American Indian Law Review, 13 (1988), pp. 79-98.

Fowler, Jo Ann V. "Threat to the Grand Canyon," Bioscience 24:12 (1974), p. 743.

Frank, Jeffrey Alan. "Legacies," Courier, 33:3 (March 1988), pp. 20-22.

Freidel, Frank. "Franklin D. Roosevelt in the Northwest," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 76:4 (Oct. 1985), pp. 122-31.

Friesema, H. Paul. "American Indians and the National Parks of the Southwest," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks, U.S. National Park Service, 1989.

Frost, Richard H. "The Romantic Inflation of Pueblo Culture," American West, 17:1 (Jan. 1980), pp. 4-9, 56-60.

Fultz, Hollis. "Penned In By Civilization: Quillayutes of LaPush," The Washingtonian (June 1928), pp. 20-21.

Gates, Paul W. and Gates, Lillian F. "Canadian and American Land Policy Decisions, 1930," Western Historical Quarterly (Oct. 1984), pp. 389-405.

Gerard, Forrest J. "The Indian in America," CRM, 2:2 (1979), pp. 1-4.

Gilman, S. C. "The Olympic Country," National Geographic, 7:4 (April 1896), pp. 132-40.

Godfrey, Elizabeth, "Yosemite Indians: Yesterday and Today," Yosemite Nature Notes, 20:7 (July 1941), pp. 49-72.

Goodland, Robert. "Prerequisites for Ethnic Identity and Survival," chpt. 25 in West and Brechin, Resident Peoples and National Parks.

Gordon, Sarah B. "Indian Religious Freedom and Governmental Development of Public Lands," Yale Law Journal 94 (1985), pp. 1447-1471.

Greenberg, Adolph M. "Game Preserves and Native Peoples: A Northern Ontario Example," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks (National Park Service, 1989), pp. 317-23.

Grinnell, George B. "Tenure of Land Among the Indians," American Anthropologist, 9:1 (1907), pp. 1-12.

Guillemin, Jeanne. "The Politics of National Integration: A Comparison of United States and Canadian Indian Administrations," Social Problems 25 (Feb. 1978), pp. 319-32.

Hess, Bill. "Apache Elk," Field and Stream 86 (May 1981), pp. 53, 96-98.

Hobucket, Harry. "Quillayute Indian Traditions," Washington Historical Quarterly, 25 (1934), pp. 49-59.

Holden, Madronna. "Making All the Crooked Ways Straight: The Satirical Portrait of Whites in Coast Salish Folklore," Journal of American Folklore 89 (July 1976), pp. 271-93.

Holt, H. Barry. "Can Indians Hunt in National Parks? Determinable Indian Treaty Rights and United States v. Hicks" in Environmental Law, 16 (1986), 207-54.

Hoole, Arthur F. "Public Participation in Park Planning: The Riding Mountain Case," Canadian Geographer, 22:1 (Spring 1978), pp. 41-50, and responses in 23:2, pp. 172-79.

Hough, Emerson. "The President's Forest," Saturday Evening Post, Jan. 14, 1922, pp. 6-7, 65-67.

Hough, John. "The Grand Canyon National Park and the Havasupai People: Cooperation and Conflict," chpt. 19 in West and Brechin, Resident Peoples and National Parks.

Howell, Benita. "The Anthropologist As Advocate for Local Interests in National Park Planning," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks, U.S. National Park Service, 1989.

Hultkrantz, Ake. "The Fear of Geysers Among Indians of the Yellowstone Park Area," in Leslie B. Davis, ed., Lifeways of Intermontane and Plains Montana Indians (Bozeman: Museum of the Rockies, 1979).

Hundley, Norris. "The Dark and Bloody Ground in Indian Water Rights: Confusion Elevated to Principle," Western Historical Quarterly, 9 (Oct. 1978), pp. 455-82.

________. "The Winters Doctrine and Indian Water Rights: A Mystery Reexamined," Western Historical Quarterly, 13 (Jan. 1982), pp. 17-42.

Jakeman, A. H. "Indian Rights to Hunt for Food," Canadian Bar Journal 6 (1963), pp. 223-27.

Janson, Donald. "People of the Blue-Green Waters," Audubon, 68:6 (Nov. 1966), pp. 464-69.

Johnson, Lupita. "Living in Canyon de Chelly," Winds of Change (Winter 1992), pp. 20-21

Johnson, Ralph W. "Fragile Gains: Two Centuries of Canadian and United States Policy Toward Indians," Washington Law Review, 66 (July 1991), pp. 643-718.

Johnston, Alex "Blackfoot Indian Utilization of the Flora of the Northwestern Great Plains," Economic Botany, 24:3 (1970), pp. 301-24.

Johnston, A. J. B. "Toward a New Past: Interpretation of Native History within Parks Canada," CMR, 17:9 (1994), pp. 25-27.

Johnston, Jay. "Indian Shangri-La of the Grand Canyon," National Geographic March 1970), pp. 355-73).

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. "Indians and Environmentalists," New York Times, Nov. 27, 1975, p. 33.

Kaiser, Rudolph. "Chief Seattle's Speech, the 5th Gospel" in Christian Feest, ed., Indians and Europe (Aachen: Rader Verlag, 1987).

Keller, Robert H. "Lac La Croix: Rumor, Rhetoric and Reality in Indian Affairs," Canadian Journal of Native Studies 8:1 (1988), pp. 59-72.

_______. "Haida Indian Land Claims and South Moresby National Park," American Review of Canadian Studies 20:1 (Spring 1990), pp. 7-30.

________. "America's Native Sweet: Chippewa Treaties and the Right to Harvest Maple Sugar," American Indian Quarterly, 13:2 (Spring 1989), pp. 117-35.

________. "The Chippewa Treaties of 1842 and 1854," American Indian Journal, 9:4 (Fall 1987), pp. 10-18.

________. "An Economic History of Indian Treaties in the Great Lakes Region," American Indian Journal, 4:2 (Feb. 1978), pp. 2-20.

_______. "The Chippewa Treaties of 1826 and 1836," American Indian Journal, 9:3 (Fall 1986), pp. 27-32.

Kelly, Isabel T. "Southern Paiute Bands," American Anthropologist, n.s. 36 (1934), pp. 548-60.

Kelly, Roger E. "Being Good Neighbors with First Americans in the Western Region," CRM, 3:3 (Sept. 1980), pp. 1-3.

Kovacs, Tom J. "Northern National Parks and Native People: The Canadian Experience," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks, U.S. National Park Service, 1989.

Laidlaw, Robert M. "Federal Agency Management and Native American Values," CRM, 14:5 (1991), pp. 16-18.

Lang, Bill. "Making History: the Landscape of the Nez Perce Trail," Northern Lights 3:4 (August 1987), pp. 14-17.

Lawson, Nicholas. "Where Whitemen Come to Play: National Parks and Native People in the Canadian North," Cultural Survival Quarterly, 9:1 (Feb. 1985), pp. 54-56.

Laycock, G. "The Biggest Deer Drive Ever," Outdoor Life, 172 (Oct. 1983), pp. 60-61, 96-98.

Leopold, A. Starker. "Wildlife Management in the National Parks," Audubon, 65:3 (May 1963), p. 168 ff.

Levendoskey, Charles. "Group Sues to Stamp Out Tolerance and Diversity," High Country News, 28:7 (April 15, 1996), p. 17.

Lidfors, Kathleen. "Apostle Islands National Lakeshore," CRM, 11:3 (June 1988), pp. 9.

Liebow, Edward. "Social Impact Assessment," CRM, 10:1 (Feb. 1987), pp. 16-19.

Martin, Calvin. "The American Indian as Miscast Ecologist," History Teacher, 14:2 (Feb. 1981), pp. 243-52.

Martin, John. "From Judgment to Land Restoration: The Havasupai Land Claims Case," in Imre Sutton, ed., Irredeemable America (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1986), pp. 271-300.

________. "The Havasupai, Plateau,56:4 (1986).

McComb, John. "Grand Canyon Giveaway," Sierra Club Bulletin, 58:7 (July 1973), p. 23.

McNally, Kenra Shawne. "The Grand Canyon National Park Enlargement Act: Perspectives on Protection of a National Resource," Arizona Law Review, 18 (1976), pp. 232-275.

Metz, Sharon, "NCAI Opposes Desecration of Red Pipestone Quarries," Masinaigan (Fall 1992), p. 6.

Meyers, Gary D. "Different Sides of the Same Coin: A Comparative View of Indian Hunting and Fishing Rights in the United States and Canada," UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, 10:1 (1991), pp. 67-121.

Mitchell, Joan. "Planning at Canyon de Chelly National Monument," CRM, 10:1 (Feb. 1987), pp. 19-21, 30.

Moore, Jackson W. "The National Park Service's Native American Policy: A Status Report," CRM, 1:3 (Sept. 1978), pp. 1, 5, 8.

Moore, Steven C. "Sacred Sites and Public Lands," in Christopher Vecsey, ed., Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom (New York: Crossroad Publishing Co., 1991).

Moore-Willson, Minnie "Seminole Indians of Florida," Florida Historical Quarterly, 7 (1928), pp. 75-87.

Morgan, Edward M. "Self-Government and the Constitution: A Comparative Look at Native Canadians and American Indians," American Indian Law Review 12 (1984), pp. 39-56.

Natay, Ed. "NPS Closely Bound to Native Americans in Southwest," Courier, 32:12 (Dec. 1987), pp. 17-18.

Olsen, Robert W., Jr. "Pipe Spring, Arizona, and Thereabouts," Journal of Arizona History, 6:1 (Spring 1965), pp. 11-20.

Olympic Park Associates. "A Wilderness Plan for Olympic National Park," 1968.

Overholt, Thomas W. "American Indians as 'Natural Ecologists'," American Indian Journal, 5:9 (September 1979), pp. 9-16.

Parker, Patricia L. "Keepers of the Treasures," CRM, 14:1 (1991), p. 14.

Patterson, Charles. "Conservation of Dugout Canoes at Nez Perce National Park," CRM, 6:1 (March 1983), pp. 6-7.

Paul, Keltie Jean. "Community Reaction to Hunting Restrictions in Wood Buffalo National Park," Actes du Dix-septieme Congres des Algonguinistes, Carleton University, 1986.

Pettitt, George A. "The Quileute of LaPush, 1775-1945," Anthropological Records, 14:1 (1950).

Pew, Thomas W., Jr. "Summit Powwow at Canyon de Chelly," American West, 21:3 (Nov. 1984), pp. 38-44.

Pinel, Sandra Lee and Evans, Michael J. "Tribal Sovereignty and the Control of Knowledge," in Intellectual Property Rights for Indigenous Peoples, Tom Greaves, ed. (Oklahoma City: Society for Applied Anthropology, 1994), pp. 43-55.

Porter, Kenneth W. "Negroes and the Seminole War, 1817-18," Journal of Negro History, 36 (1951), pp. 249-80.

Raushenbush, Stephen. "A Bridge Canyon Dam Is Not Necessary," National Parks Magazine, 28 (April 1964), pp. 4-8.

Reagan, Ann. "The Blackfeet, The Bureaucrats, and Glacier National Park," unpublished paper presented to the Western Historical Association, Billings, Montana, Oct. 1986.

Renker, Ann M. and Arnold, Greg W. "Exploring the Role of Education in Cultural Resource Management: the Makah Cultural and Research Center Example," Human Organization, 47:4 (Winter 1988), pp. 302-07.

Rennicke, Jeff. "Wild Edges," Backpacker, May, 1991.

Richardson, Elmo. "Olympic National Park: Twenty Years of Controversy," Forest History 12 (April 1968), pp. 6-15.

Roberts, David, "Reverse Archaeologists Are Tracing the Footsteps of a Cowboy-Explorer," Smithsonian, 24, (Dec. 1993), pp. 28-38.

Robicheau, Virginia M. "Bandelier National Monument and Native American Concerns," CRM, 3:4 (Dec. 1980), p. 3.

Robinson, D. H. "The Glacier Moves Tortuously," Montana, the Magazine of Western History, 7:3 (July 1957), pp. 12-25.

Roosevelt, Ann. "The Grand Canyon Giveaway," Not Man Apart, 4:16 (Nov. 1974), p. 6.

Roth, Leland M. "Living Architecture: Differing Native and Anglo Perceptions of Preservation," CRM, 18:5 (1995), pp. 33-40.

Rupert, David. "Buying Secrets: Federal Government Procurement of Intellectual Cultural Property," in Intellectual Property Rights for Indigenous Peoples, Tom Greaves, ed. (Oklahoma City: Society for Applied Anthropology, 1994), pp. 111-28.

Samek, Hana. "Evaluating Canadian Indian Policy: A Case for Comparative Historical Perspective," American Review of Canadian Studies 16:3 (Fall 1986), pp. 293-99.

Sax, Joseph L. "The Legitimacy of Collective Values: The Case of the Public Lands," University of Colorado Law Review 56:3 (Spring 1985), pp. 537-57.

________ and Keiter, R. B. "Glacier National Park and Its Neighbors: A Study of Federal Interagency Relations," Ecology Law Quarterly, 14:2 (1987), p. 207-63.

________. "Buying Scenery: Land Acquistions for the National Park Service," Duke Law Journal 1980:4, pp. 709-40.

________. "Do Communities Have Rights? The National Parks as a Laboratory of New Ideas," University of Pittsburgh Law Review 45:3 (Spring 1984), pp. 499-511.

________. "Ethnography and the NPS: A Growing Partnership," CRM 10:1 (Feb. 1987), pp. 1-4.

________. "Helpless Giants: the National Parks and Regulation of Private Lands," Michigan Law Review 75:2 (Dec. 1976), pp. 239-74.

________. "Some Thoughts on the Decline of Private Property," Washington Law Review 58 (1983), pp. 481-96.

Schaffer, Claude E. "Bear Ceremonialism of the Kutenai Indians," Browning: Museum of the Plains Indians, 1966.

Schene, Michael G. "Only the Squeal Is Left: Conflict Over Establishing Olympic National Park," Pacific Historian, 27:3 (Fall 1983), pp. 53-61.

Schullery, Paul. "Yellowstone's Ecological Holocaust," Montana, the Magazine of Western History, 47:3 (Aut. 1997), pp. 16-33.

Schwartz, Douglas O. "Indian Rights and Environmental Ethics: Changing Perspectives and a Modest Proposal," Environmental Ethics 9 (1987), pp. 291-302.

Scovill, Douglas H., moderator, "Tourism Impacts on Native Cultures and Communities: Native Panel Discussion," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks (National Park Service, 1989), pp. 391-98.

________. "Zuni Comprehensive Plan and After," CRM, 3:3 (Sept. 1980), pp. 10-13.

Simon, David J. "Healing the Sacred Hoop: Lakota and the National Park Service Work Together," National Parks, 65:9 (Oct. 1991), pp. 24-29.

Simonelli, Jeanne M. "Tradition and Tourism at Canyon de Chelly," Winds of Change (Winter 1992), pp. 13-19.

Sinyella, Wayne, "Native Americans Cannot Celebrate Stealers of Land," Navajo-Hopi Observer, (Oct. 1991), p. 5.

Sleight, Frederick W. "Kunti, A Food Staple of Florida Indians," Florida Anthropologist, 4 (1953), pp. 46-52.

Smith, Dama Margaret. "The Home of a Doomed Tribe," Good Housekeeping, 77 (Sept. 1923), pp. 38-39, 196-205.

________. "Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods," Good Housekeeping, 77 (December 1923), insert after p. 32, 189ff.

Sneed, Paul G. "Towards Co-management of National Parks in Canada and the U.S.A.," unpublished MS, 1993.

Solnit, Rebecca. "Up the River of Mercy, " Sierra, Nov. 1992, pp. 50-57, 78-84.

Stark, Louisa, R. "Navajo Bead Stands," Courier, 32:12 (Dec. 1987), pp. 19, 37.

Stevens, Mark. "Chief Joseph's Revenge," The New Yorker, Aug. 8, 1994, pp. 26-33.

Suagee, Dean B. "Indian Tribal Religious and Cultural Concerns and the Implementation of . . . Heritage Legislation," CRM, 3:3 (Sept. 1980), pp. 1, 4-5.

Suagee, Dean B. and Funk, Karen J. "Reconfiguring the Cultural Mission: Tribal Historic Preservation Programs," CRM, 13:4 (1990), pp. 21-24.

Swan, James. "Sacred Sites: Cultural Values and Management Issues," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks (U.S. National Park Service, 1989), pp. 383-89.

Swan, James G. "The Indians of Cape Flattery," Smithsonian Institution Contributions to Knowledge (Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1869).

Sylvain, Diane. "Night Visions of a Wild and Strange Place," High Country News, 23:3 (Feb. 25, 1991), p. 15.

Taylor, Herbert C., Jr. "Anthropological Investigations of the Makah Indians," Coast Salish and Western Washington Indians, III (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1978).

Thompson, Raymond H. "Desert Archaeology: A Neglected Interpretive Resource," CRM, 13:3 (1990), pp. 8-11.

________. "Cliff Dwellings and the Park Service: Archeological Tourism in the Southwest," International Perspectives on Cultural Parks, (National Park Service, 1989), pp. 219-23.

________. "Dealing with the Past and Looking to the Future," Museum News (Jan. 1991), pp. 36-40.

Thompson, Robert H. "Decision at Rainbow Bridge," Sierra Club Bulletin, 58:5 (May 1973), pp. 8-9, 30.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. "The Story of Chequamegon Bay," Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 13 (1895), pp. 397-425.

Titiev, Mischa. "A Hopi Salt Expedition," American Anthropologist, n.s. 39:2 (April 1937), pp. 244-58.

Tobias, John L. "Protection, Civilization, Assimilation: An Outline History of Canada's Indian Policy," Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 61:2 (1976), pp. 13-30.

Travis, Tara. "Canyon de Chelly National Monument: Interpreting a Dynamic Cultural System," CRM 17:7 (1994), pp. 19-22.

Trigger, Bruce G. "Early Native North American Responses to European Contact: Romantic versus Rationalistic Interpretations," Journal of American History, 77:4 (March 1991), pp. 1195-1215.

Turek, Michael F. and Keller, Robert H. "Sluskin: Yakima Guide to Mount Rainier," Columbia: the Magazine of Northwest History (Spring 1991), pp. 2-7.

Upton, L. F. S. "The Origins of Canadian Indian Policy," Journal of Canadian Studies 8:4 (Nov. 1973), pp. 51-61.

Utley, Robert M. "Whose Shrine Is It? The Ideological Struggle for Custer Battlefield," Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Winter 1994, pp. 70-74.

Veeder, William. "Water Rights: Life or Death for the American Indian," Indian Historian, 5 (Summer 1972), pp. 4-21.

Vennum, Thomas, Jr. "Ojibwa Origin-Migration Songs of the Mitewiwin," Journal of American Folklore, 91 (July 1978), pp. 753-91.

Vest, Jay, and Hansford, C. "Traditional Blackfeet Religion and the Sacred Badger-Two Medicine Wildlands," Journal of Law and Religion, 6:2 (1988).

Vogt-O'Connor, Diane. "Archival and Manuscript Materials at the NPS," CRM, 1994:4, pp. 33-35.

Walker, James W. "The Indian in Canadian Historical Writing," Canadian Historical Association Historical Papers 1 (1971), pp. 21-47.

Walker, Jana L. and Williams, Susan M. "Indian Reserved Water Rights," Natural Resources & Environment, 5:4 (Spring 1991), pp. 6-9, 49-52.

Waquin, Archie. "Resource Management in Wood Buffalo National Park: The Cree Band's Perspective," Native People and Renewable Resource Management, Proceedings of the 1986 Symposium of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists, Edmonton, pp. 81-85.

Wasmuth, Edward H. "Whose Wildlife Is It Anyway? Conflicts Between State and Tribal Regulation of Non-Indian Hunting and Fishing After New Mexico v. Mescalero Apaches Tribe," Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law, 3:2 (Winter 1984), pp. 315-33.

Watkins, T. H. "Ancient Wrongs and Public Rights," Sierra Club Bulletin, 59:8 (Sept. 1974), pp. 15-16, 37-39.

West, Patsy. "The Miami Indian Tourist Attractions: A History and Analysis of a Traditional Mikasuki Seminole Environment," Florida Anthropologist, 34:4 (Dec. 1981), pp. 200-24.

Whisnut, David E., ed. "Process, Policy and Context: Contemporary Perspectives on Appalachian Culture," Appalachian Journal, 7:1-2 (Autumn/Winter, 1979-80).

White, Richard. "American Indians and the Environment," Environmental Review 9:2 (Summer 1985), pp. 101-103.

________. "Native Americans and the Environment," in Scholars and the Indian Experience, W. R. Swagerty, ed. (Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1984), pp. 179-204.

________. "American Environmental History: The Development of a New Historical Field," Pacific Historical Review 54:3 (Aug. 1985), pp. 297-335.

Wickersham, James. "A National Park in the Olympics . . . 1890," The Living Wilderness 77 (Summer 1961), pp. 5-13.

Wilkenson, Todd. "Ancestral Lands: Native Americans Seek to Restore Treaty Rights to Worship and Hunt in Many National Parks," National Parks, 67:7 (July 1993), pp. 30-35.

Williams, B. J. "Tribal Politics and Big Game in Olympic National Park," Pacific Northwest (April 1984), p. 21.

Williams, Florence. "Indian Tribe Pushes for Natural River and Canyon," High Country News, Aug. 26, 1991, p. 12.

Winks, Robin. "Sites of Shame," National Parks, 68:3 (March 1994), pp. 22-23.

Woodbury, Angus M. "A History of Southern Utah and Its National Parks," Utah Historical Quarterly, 12:3 (July 1944), pp. 111-209.

Wright, Leitch, J. "A Note on the First Seminole War as Seen by the Indians, Negroes, and Their English Advisors," Journal of Southern History, 34 (1968), pp. 565-75.

________. "Blacks in British East Florida," Florida Historical Quarterly, 54 (1971), pp. 425-42.

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