Encyclopedia of the American Indian Movement

Editor/Author Johansen, Bruce E.
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Greenwood

Single-User Purchase Price: $89.00
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ISBN: 978-1-44-080317-8
Category: History - United States -- History
Image Count: 24
Book Status: Available
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A vivid description of the people, events, and issues that forever changed the lives of Native Americans during the 1960s and 1970s-such as the occupation of Alcatraz, fishing-rights conflicts, and individuals such as Clyde Warrior.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Chronology
  • Entries
  • A
  • Adams, Henry L.
  • Akwesasne Mohawk Counselor Organization
  • Akwesasne Notes
  • Alcatraz Occupation
  • American Indian Movement, Early History
  • Americans Before Columbus
  • Anderson, Wallace (Mad Bear)
  • Aquash, Anna Mae Pictou
  • Arizona American Indian Movement Chapter
  • B
  • Bad Heart Bull, Wesley
  • Banks, Dennis
  • Bellecourt, Clyde
  • Bellecourt, Vernon
  • Bissonette, Pedro
  • Blatchford, Herbert
  • “Boldt Decision” (United States v. Washington, 1974)
  • Brando, Marlon
  • Brightman, Lehman
  • Brown, Norman
  • Bruce, Louis Rooks
  • Burnette, Robert
  • Butler, Darrell Dean (Dino)
  • C
  • Camp, Carter
  • Central Indiana AIM Support Group
  • Chicago Conference
  • Churchill, Ward
  • Clearwater, Frank
  • Cleveland, Ohio, American Indian Movement
  • Coalition for Navajo Liberation
  • Colorado, American Indian Movement of
  • Cornwall Bridge (Ontario) Occupation
  • “Custer Battlefield,” AIM Protests at
  • D
  • Deloria, Vine, Jr.
  • DeSersa, Byron
  • Disenrollment
  • “Dog Soldiers,”
  • Durham, Douglass Frank
  • Durham, Jimmie
  • E
  • Eagle, James Theodore (Jimmy)
  • El Centro de la Raza (Seattle)
  • F
  • Factions, American Indian Movement
  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Fishing Rights, Western Washington State
  • Florida American Indian Movement
  • Forbes, Jack D.
  • Fort Lawton Occupation (Seattle)
  • Frank, Billy, Jr.
  • G
  • George-Kanentiio, Douglas Mitchell
  • Grand Governing Council
  • I
  • International Indian Treaty Council (IITC)
  • J
  • Janklow, William
  • K
  • Kunstler, William Moses
  • L
  • LaDuke, Winona
  • LaMere, Frank
  • Lamont, Buddy
  • Libya, War in, and AIM
  • Littlefeather, Sacheen
  • The Longest Walks (1978 and 2008)
  • M
  • McCloud, Jane (Yet Si Blue)
  • Means, Russell
  • Mills, Sidney
  • Miskito Indians, Nicaragua, and the American Indian Movement
  • Mount Rushmore Takeovers
  • N
  • National Indian Youth Council
  • Native North American Traveling College
  • Nixon, Richard M.
  • O
  • Oakes, Richard
  • Oglala Sioux Civil Rights Organization (OSCRO)
  • Ohio and North Kentucky American Indian Movement
  • P
  • Peltier, Leonard
  • Pine Ridge Political Murders
  • R
  • “Red Power” Movement
  • Robideau, Robert Eugene
  • S
  • Santa Barbara, California, American Indian Movement
  • Snitch Jacket (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
  • Sports Mascots and the American Indian Movement
  • Sterilization of Native American Women
  • Stuntz, Joe Killsright
  • Survival of American Indians Association
  • T
  • Thanksgiving (Plymouth Rock) Protest
  • Thom, Mel
  • Trail of Broken Treaties
  • Trail of Self-Determination
  • Trudell, John
  • U
  • United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • Uranium and Navajos
  • V
  • Virginia Chapter, American Indian Movement
  • W
  • Walk for Justice
  • Ward Valley (California) Nuclear Waste Protest
  • Warrior, Clyde M.
  • Westerman, Floyd Red Crow
  • Whitebear, Bernie
  • Whiteclay, Nebraska, and the American Indian Movement
  • White Roots of Peace
  • Wilson, Richard
  • Women of All Red Nations (WARN)
  • Wounded Knee Occupation
  • Wounded Knee Trials
  • Y
  • Yellow Thunder, Raymond
  • Yellow Thunder Camp
  • Primary Sources
  • 1. Marlon Brando Declines an Oscar
  • 2. Declaration of Indian Purpose
  • 3. The Alcatraz Proclamation
  • 4. The Bureau of Caucasian Affairs
  • 5. Reservations for Whites
  • 6. President Nixon's Special Message on Indian Affairs, July 8, 1970
  • 7. Fort Laramie Treaty—1868 Treaty with the Sioux—Brulé, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arcs, and Santee—and Arapaho
  • 8. U.S. Supreme Court Ruling, Black Hills
  • Selected Bibliography