3 edition of In Red Man"s Land - A Study Of The American Indian found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007 by Hesperides Press .
Written in English
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About this Item: Condition: Very good. news78 This is a rare undated but appears circa 40 years ago origin postcard but printed with such character it looks over years old - it shows an Ogalalla Dakota Sioux and reverse shows the publishers as Old West Collectors and has all about the red Indian on reverse unused and mint - great American limited edition character postcard. The American Sociological Association, for instance, passed a resolution calling for sports teams at all levels of competition to cease using American Indian nicknames, logos, and mascots.
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In Red Man's Land: A Study Of The American Indian ()Cited by: 1. In Red Man's Land: a Study of the American Indian Author Leupp, Francis E Book condition Used - G+ spine fade+loss of paper at ends, small chip top corner Quantity available 1 Edition 1st assumed Binding Paperback Publisher Fleming H Revell Date published () Keywords Indians American Indians aboriginees Americana history.
Full text of "In Red man's land: a study of the American Indian" See other formats. Get this from a library. Red man's land/white man's law: a study of the past and present status of the American Indian.
[Wilcomb E Washburn] -- Examines the American Indian's struggle to preserve his self-identity and views his legal status throughout U.S. history. Red Man's Land/White Man's Law is a history of the legal status of the American Indians and their land from the period of first contact with Europeans down to the present day.
It begins with the efforts of colonial authorities-Spanish, British, and French-to deal with tribal sovereignty and carries the discussion of U. -Indian legal relations through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.5/5(1).
Red Man's Land/White Man's Law: a study of the past and present statusof the American Indian by Washburn, Wilcomb E. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
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Get this from a library. Red man's land/white man's law: the past and present status of the American Indian. [Wilcomb E Washburn] -- Red Man's Land/White Man's Law is a history of the legal status of the American Indians and their land from the period of first contact with Europeans down to the present day.
It begins with the. A first edition of In Red Man’s Land: a Study of the American Indian by Francis E. Leupp. The author, a former Commissioner of Indian Affairs, presents an interesting early study of the Native American and his plight.
It was published in by Fleming H. Revell Company under the auspices of the Council of Women for Home Missions. Red man's land/white man's law: a study of the past and present status of the American Indian a study of the past and present status of the American Indian by Washburn, Wilcomb E.
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