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Author Brown, Nicholas A.,
Title Re-collecting Black Hawk : landscape, memory, and power in the American Midwest / Nicholas A. Brown and Sarah E. Kanouse.
Imprint Pittsburgh, PA : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2015]
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Author Brown, Nicholas A.,
Series Culture, Politics, and the Built Environment
Culture, politics, and the built environment.
Subject Black Hawk, Sauk chief, 1767-1838 -- Influence.
Whites -- Middle West -- Relations with Indians.
Collective memory -- Middle West.
Indians in popular culture -- Middle West.
Sauk Indians -- Historiography.
Cultural landscapes -- Middle West.
Names -- Middle West.
Names, Geographic -- Middle West.
Black Hawk War, 1832 -- Influence.
Middle West -- Pictorial works.
Alt Name Kanouse, Sarah E.,
Description 1 online resource (xi, 279 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 We Are Still Here to Tell Their Stories and to Add Our Own / George Thurman -- ch. 2 Iowa -- ch. 3 They Don't Even Want Our Bones: An Interview with Johnathan Buffalo / Nicholas A. Brown -- ch. 4 Wisconsin -- ch. 5 Even Though He Had a Native Person Standing in Front of Him, He Just Did Not See Me: An Interview with Sandra Massey / Sarah E. Kanouse -- ch. 6 Illinois -- ch. 7 We Have More Important Work to Do within Ourselves First: An Interview with Yolanda Pushetonequa / Sarah E. Kanouse -- ch. 8 Makataimeshekiakiak, Settler Colonialism, and the Specter of Indigenous Liberation / Dylan A.T. Miner -- CODA -- Minnesota's Sesquicentennials and Dakota People: Remembering Oppression and Invoking Resistance / Waziyatawin.
ISBN 9780822980391 (electronic bk.)
0822980398 (electronic bk.)
9780822944379 (alk. paper)
0822944375
OCLC # 908981764
Additional Format Print version: Brown, Nicholas A. Re-collecting Black Hawk. Pittsburgh, PA : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2015] 9780822944379 (DLC) 2015004078 (OCoLC)898165582


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