Annotated bibliography of American Indian painting.

by Doris Ostrander Dawdy

Publisher: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation in New York

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SeriesContributions from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation,, v. 21, pt. 2
LC ClassificationsE51 .N42 vol. 21, pt. 2
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p.
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL4721131M
LC Control Number78008195

An annotated Bibliography of Material in the Clarke Historical Library Compiled by Evelyn Leasher, Robert Hendershot, Michael Phillips, and Jennifer Wood Included in this bibliography are books, manuscripts, and graphics on the subject in the collection. This is by no means all the Native American material in the Clarke Historical.   An extensive annotated bibliography focusing on North American sources going back to the 17th century. Separate sections on Books, Articles, and Reports. Osterreich includes many works on Native American religion and ritual that go beyond shamanism more narrowly defined.   An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that includes a brief descriptive and evaluative paragraph after each citation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the source cited.   Her book should be required reading for anyone interested in art, the feminine principle, and how it is treated in a male-oriented universe. (From Feminist Art Criticism; an annotated bibliography. New York, G.K. Hall, ) Example 2: Dorival, Bernard. "Ukiyo-e and European Painting." Dialogue in Art: Japan and the West, Kodansha, , pp.

  Childrens’ Non-Fiction Capaldi, G., “A Boy Named Beckoning: The True Story of Dr. Carlos Montezuma, Native American Hero.” Minneapolis, Carolrhoda Books. Ages 6 and up, 32 pp Gina Capaldi authored and illustrated this account of the life of Dr. Carlos Montezuma, a Yawatapi Indian kidnapped as a boy and sold to a white man. . Mintz, Steven. "A Guide to Recent Books in Native American History." American Indian Quarterly (Winter, ), pp. Forgotten Founders [, ], Exemplar of Liberty [] and Exiled in the Land of the Free [] are among the books listed in this bibliography of Native American history. The use of "recent" here is relative. American Sporting Periodicals: An Annotated Bibliography lists all the periodicals on field sports published in America from the early s to —a total of more than titles. Each entry lists information such as years of publication, frequency of issue, publisher, general content, and first and last date of issuance. A Selective, Partially Annotated Bibliography of the Native American in American Literature ( pp.) Researching the large and ever-increasing supply of liter­ ature by and about Native Americans is time-consuming and tedious. Until recently, little bibliographical .

The book is included in this annotated bibliography because it is likely to be read by some readers. While readers will have to make their own evaluations, we felt compelled to note that the differences between her conclusions and ours are substantial. A Lexicon for Historic Plains Indian Rock Art: Increasing Interpretive Potential. I will use this source to see how the Indian Removal Act affected Native American societies. Bibliography Source - Meltzer, Milton. "Indian Removal." Andrew Jackson: and His America. New York: F. Watts, Print. Annotated Bibliography-This book, “Andrew Jackson And His America”, was written by Milton Meltzer. This author is an. This book provides the first comprehensive bibliography on the history and culture of the Kickapoo Indians. Covering materials from the s to , it includes books and book chapters, journal articles, theses and dissertations, conference papers, government publications, and Internet sites. Joy Harjo is an author and musician who is also a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Tribe. This volume is a selective listing of doctoral dissertations and master's theses worldwide that examine the work of Joy Harjo. Each listing contains the author's name, title of dissertation/theses, degree.

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Augustin, Gliickstadt i. ^ INTRODUCTION Contemporary American Indian painting. Native American Basketry will be useful to students, researchers, collectors, curators, and artists."-Reference Books Bulletin "This bibliography includes more than 1, entries from books, journals, newspaper articles, and dissertations concerning North American Indian by: 1.

This unique book is a timeless resource for all levels of Native American research. Over bibliographies on American Indians of the United States and. American Indian Law Review, This source describes the termination policy of the s in detail.

It is one of the key sources used for Indian history description. Termination policy is a key reason for Native American is now almost assimilated among Americans and, therefore, it. Main Library ZN67 W55 This book serves as the first and only master listing of bibliographies in the field of American Indian studies.

It includes all significant bibliographies, in print and online, concerning Native Americans in the United States and Canada from the earliest times through Annotated Bibliography of Native American History from United States Federal Documents: Print and Online Resources Some libraries across the United States have an Indian or Native American Collection, which may include federal documents about the history of Native Americans.

The Henry. This bibliography includes resources about gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender persons, and two-spirit persons who identify as Native American in the United States and First Nations people in Canada.

The books listed in this bibliography have all been published in print, but some may be available as e-books. The sections of this. Picture books - ages Seeger, Pete. Abiyoyo. New York: Macmillan Pub., Print. Banished from the town for making mischief, a little boy and his father are welcomed back when they find a way to make the dreaded giant Abiyoyo disappear.

Seeger, Pete, Paul DuBois Jacobs, and Michael Hays. You will need to prepare an annotated bibliography about the nature and impact of contact for American Indians. To do this you will need to select sources from academic journals, books, magazines, newspapers and web sites that give primary information about American Indians.

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NATIVE AMERICAN MATERIALS FROM IMLS GRANT ELEMENTARY­ resources suitable for PreK­5th grade SECONDARY­ begins with resources suitable for 6th­12th grade FICTION Ata, Te, adapted by Moroney, Lynn, ().

Baby Rattlesnake. New York: Lee & Low Books. An annotated bibliography of all identifiable novel-length fictional works by and about Native Americans of the United States published between the s and the s.

All literary genres have been included, whether contemporary fiction, westerns, romances, mysteries or science fiction. Young. This annotated bibliography is a response to teachers' concerns about choosing culturally sensitive and historically accurate books about American Indians and Alaska Natives.

American Indian Sovereignty and Law: An Annotated Bibliography covers a wide variety of topics and includes sources dealing with federal Indian policy, federal and tribal courts, criminal justice, tribal governance, religious freedoms, economic development, and numerous sub-topics related to tribal and individual rights.

While primarily focused on the years to the present, many sources Reviews: 1. Book Description: This bibliography cites those Canadian and foreign reference sources that describe Canadian people, institutions, organizations, publications, art, literature, languages, and history.

It lists books of a general nature as well as works in the disciplines of history and the humanities. Native American History and Heritage: A Bibliography Rev. 11/19/ Page 2 Scope of the Bibliography: Internet Resources are completely annotated and have been selected by the Erwin Librarians.

Books are divided into Non-Fiction titles, which include books on history, biography, and other topics related to Native American groups or individuals, and, which includes novels and poetry.

A Critical Bibliography on North American Indians, for K from the Smithsonian Annotated Bibliographies of Reports, Published Articles, and Books Relating to Archeology at Ganondagan State Historic Site through August [Missimg 3/] Anthropological Bibliographies & Research Documents from SUNY Buffalo.

Approximately books on American Indians, published between andare listed in this annotated bibliography and are graded for students between the primary and 12th grade level.

This bibliography is a supplement to "An Annotated Bibliography of Young People's Fiction on American Indians," Curriculum Bulletin No.

11, published in. bibliographical items that reflect only the American Indian units of the College's course in minority group. culture.

The bibliography--classified and annotated--should be of interest to teachers of American culture courses, as well as to anyone planning a course. in American Indian art, music, or. literature. Originating in the Great Lakes area, the Kickapoo Indians are now divided into four groups living in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Mexico.

Considered the most traditional of all North American Indian tribes, the Kickapoo maintain much of their traditional culture, religion, and language.

This book provides the first comprehensive bibliography on the history and culture of the Kickapoo Indians. Research Bibliography for American Indian Studies Compiled by American Indian Studies Program Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Note: The inclusion of any resource on this list should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation on the part of the compiler or the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Arlinda Locklear has spent nearly forty years in the practice of Native American law. Working for the Native American Rights Fund, and later for Patton Boggs LLP, she has defended Native American tribes in federal and state claims related to treaty land and water rights and to.

Annotated Bibliography HIST H These resources are a series of books that focus on individual Native American tribes. Each book covers the span of the tribe’s existence, from early beginnings to modern day This resource is a museum of American Indian art, historical artifacts, and cultural.

PHILLIP M. WHITE is a reference librarian and bibliographer for American Indian Studies at the University Library, San Diego State University. He is the author of American Indian Studies: A Bibliographic Guide () and Bibliography of the Indians of San Diego County: The Kumeyaay, Diegueno, Luiseno, and Cupeno ().

He is part Cherokee and. There are annotated entries on over 3, articles, books, catalogues, government documents, and other publications.

About the Author(s) Veteran reference book author and college professor Richard C. Crandall has lectured and presented papers to many professional associations, especially in the fields of sociology and gerontology.

Leitich Smith, Cynthia. "A Different Drum: Native American Writing." Horn Book, 78(4), In a recent manuscript this author, who maintains an excellent children's literature website with an emphasis on Native American children's books, deleted a piece of "old-time Indian humor" because non-Indians wouldn't get it.

Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of Democracy: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History Book 32) - Kindle edition by Johansen Ph.D., Bruce E. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Native American Political Systems and the Evolution of. PHILLIP M. WHITE is Reference Librarian and Bibliographer for American Indian Studies at San Diego State University and also serves as Adjunct Professor in the American Indian Studies Department.

His earlier books include The Native American Sun Dance Religion and Ceremony: An Annotated Bibliography (Greenwood, ) and The Kickapoo Indians. Green, R. Native American women: A contextual bibliography.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Material on artists may be accessed through the heading "art/artists" or un der an artist's name in the index. There are 40 relevant citations among the in the bibliography.

Gridley, M. American Indian women. New York. Although published inrefers to sources which are periodical and updated such as indexes, abstracts, online databases. Lists LC Call Number classes which pertain to Indians of North America and provides an annotated bibliography by topic and by tribe.

Hirschfelder, Arlene B. The Encyclopedia of Native American Religions: An Introduction.Intended for compilers or retellers of folktales, for storytellers or librarians serving children, or for children themselves, the annotated bibliography contains references to sources of North American Indian folktales.

Sources in the non-comprehensive bibliography were selected on the basis of (1) a statement of sources and faithfulness to them; (2) a true reflection of Indian cosmology.Counseling American Indians: An Annotated Bibliography.

Tisdale, Elizabeth; Thomason, Timothy C. This bibliography presents 75 annotated entries on counseling and psychotherapy with American Indians. Entries include journal articles, books, book chapters, newspaper and newsletter articles, and conference papers, published