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Tribal Policing by
Call Number: 363.2089 L971T
Publication Date: 2007-02-15
What does it mean to be a tribal police officer? What are the complexities of that role? And how do tribal communities, tribal police departments, and other law enforcement agencies collaborate to address the alarmingly high rate of violent crime in Indian country? Author Eileen Luna-Firebaugh answers these and other questions in this well-doc ...
A Misplaced Massacre by
Call Number: 978.8 K299M
Publication Date: 2013-02-11
In the early morning of November 29, 1864, with the fate of the Union still uncertain, part of the First Colorado and nearly all of the Third Colorado volunteer regiments, commanded by Colonel John Chivington, surprised hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho people camped on the banks of Sand Creek in southeastern Colorado Territory. More than 150 N ...
Native American Studies
|American Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island: red power and self-determination
|Indian blues: American Indians and the politics of music, 1879-1934
|Misplaced massacre: struggling over the memory of Sand Creek
|Nation to nation: treaties between the United States & American Indian Nations
|Native America and the question of genocide
|Native American identity in sports
|Ojibwa warrior: Denis Banks and the rise of the American Indian Movement
|Rez life: an Indian's journey through reservation life
|Tribal policing: asserting sovereignty, seeking justice
|Uniting the tribes: the rise and fall of pan-Indian community on the Crow Reservation
|Yellow dirt: an American story of a poisoned land and a people betrayed