c. 1: APR 06 1999 Note: bound with v. 22, no. 3 of the journal.
The urban tradition among Native Americans Jack Forbes Telling the Indian urban : representations in American Indian fiction Carol Miller
The Yaqui of Guadalupe, Arizona : a century of cultural survival through trilingualism Octaviana V. Trujillo Is urban a person or a place? Characteristics of urban Indian country Susan Lobo Retribalization in urban Indian communities Terry Strau and Debra Valentino "Contrary to our way of thinking" : the struggle for an American Indian center in Chicago, 1946-1953 Grant Arndt And the drum beat goes on : urban Native American institutional survival in the 1990s Joan Weibel-Orlando Feminists or reformers? American Indian women and political activism in Phoenix, 1965-1980 Paivi Hoikkala Continuing identity : Laguna Pueblo railroaders in Richmond, California Kurt M. Peters he (Re)Articulation of American Indian identity : maintaining boundaries and regulating access to ethnically tied resources Angela Gonzales "This hole in our heart" : urban Indian identity and the power of silence Deborah Davis Jackson Laughing without reservation : Indian standup comedians Darby Li Po Price Discrimination through grief : urban Indians reimagining culture and community in San Jose, California Renya Katarine Ramirez Political economy of American Indian identity : maintaining boundaries and regulating access to ethnically tied resources Paul Spicer
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