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Author Collins, James.

Title Understanding Tolowa Histories : Western Hegemonies and Native American Responses
Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (241 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction Privileged Knowledge, Subordinate Place; 1 Tolowa Histories Inclusions and Exclusions in Making a People and a Past; 2 Tolowa De-Termination Histories after the Cataclysm, 1850-1900; 3 Tolowa De-Termination Conscripts of Western Civilization, 1910-1965; 4 Rights, Place Claims, and Power A Western Legacy; 5 Changing Conditions of Place and Identity in Native North America; 6 Discourses of Place and Expropriation; 7 A Modern Politics of Place and Identity; Conclusion Contested Places, Divided Subjects; Notes
Summary Developing a multi-leveled historical inquiry of the Native Tolowa of the US, James Collins explores the linguistic and political dynamics of place-claiming and expropriation as well as the relation between otherness and subjugation
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Subject Ethnohistory -- California -- Smith River Region
Ethnology -- California -- Smith River Region -- Methodology
Tolowa Indians -- Civil rights
Tolowa Indians -- Government relations
Tolowa Indians -- History -- Sources
Ethnology -- Methodology.
HISTORY -- United States -- State & Local -- General.
Tolowa Indians.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1135224129