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Here are some resources that Stephen W. Russell sent me

Books start immediately below, start at the link.

   Please Note: I have tried to edit this list some, you see, Stephen did his thesis on grave-robbing, and many of the references below are on this topic. I have tried to weed some of those out, as per his request. Actually, most of the articles are on that subject but I left some in, cause they might interest someone.

References with a * next to them are recommended by me personally

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 221 (V. Deloria ed. 1985). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, GENERAL POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS, TEXAS 159 (1992).

CONFLICT IN THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF LIVING TRADITIONS (R. Layton ed. 1989). London: Unwin Hyman Ltd.

ANGIE DEBO, A HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF THE UNITED STATES (1970). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

DISCOVER INDIAN RESERVATIONS USA: A VISITORS' WELCOME GUIDE 280 (V. Tiller ed. 1992). Denver: Council Publications.

DOCUMENTS OF UNITED STATES INDIAN POLICY (F. Prucha ed. 1990). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

R. DWORKIN, TAKING RIGHTS SERIOUSLY (1977). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

ETHICS AND VALUES IN ARCHAEOLOGY 208 (E. Green ed. 1984). New York: Free Press.

DIANNA EVERETT, THE TEXAS CHEROKEES: A PEOPLE BETWEEN TWO FIRES 1819-1840 (1990). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

EXILED IN THE LAND OF THE FREE: DEMOCRACY, INDIAN NATIONS, AND THE U.S. CONSTITUTION (1992). Santa Fe: Clear Light Publishers.

* JAMES C. FARIS, THE NIGHTWAY: A HISTORY AND DOCUMENTATION OF A NAVAJO CEREMONIAL (1990). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

      

T. R. FEHERENBACH, COMANCHES (1986). New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

T. R. FEHRENBACH, LONE STAR (1983). New York: American Legacy Press.

FELIX S. COHEN'S HANDBOOK OF FEDERAL INDIAN LAW (Strickland ed. 1982). Charlottesville: Bobbs-Merrill.

*TONY HILLERMAN, TALKING GOD (1989). New York: Harper & Row.

JESSE JENNINGS, PREHISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA 64 (1989). Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing.

BASIL JOHNSTON, OJIBWAY CEREMONIES (1982). Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.

*FELIPE A. LATORRE & DOLORES L. LATORRE, THE MEXICAN KICKAPOO INDIANS (1976). New York: Dover Publications.

*L. S. B. LEAKEY, OLDUVAI GORGE: 1951-61 (Vol. 1, 1965). London: Cambridge University Press.

MARY D. LEAKEY, OLDUVAI GORGE: EXCAVATIONS IN BEDS I AND II, 1960-1963 (Vol. 3, 1971). London: Cambridge University Press.

*MARY D. LEAKEY, OLDUVAI GORGE: MY SEARCH FOR EARLY MAN (1979). London: Collins.

*RICHARD E. LEAKEY, THE MAKING OF MANKIND (1981). New York: Dutton.

LEGACY IN PIECES: YOUR LAND AND THE TEXAS PAST (1984). Austin: Texas Historical Commission.

      

THOMAS H. LEWIS, THE MEDICINE MEN (1990). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

**ED McGAA (EAGLE MAN), MOTHER EARTH SPIRITUALITY (1990). San Francisco: Harper & Row.

W. W. NEWCOMB, JR., THE INDIANS OF TEXAS (1961). Austin: University of Texas Press.

**JOHN G. NEIHARDT, BLACK ELK SPEAKS (1932). New York: W. Morrow & Co.

JAMES S. OLSEN & RAYMOND WILSON, NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (1984). Provo: Brigham Young University Press.

J. R. POLE, THE PURSUIT OF EQUALITY IN AMERICAN HISTORY (1979). Berkeley: University of California Press.

*WILLIAM K. POWERS, OGLALA RELIGION (1975). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

H. MARCUS PRICE III, DISPUTING THE DEAD: U.S. LAW ON ABORIGINAL REMAINS AND GRAVE GOODS (1991). Columbia: University of Missouri Press.

MONROE PRICE, LAW AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN (1973). Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.

MASSEY H. SHEPERD, JR., THE OXFORD AMERICAN PRAYER BOOK COMMENTARY (1973). New York: Oxford University Press.

JOHN UPTON TERRELL, THE ARROW AND THE CROSS (1979). Santa Barbara: Capra Press.

THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER (1894). Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co.

THE DESTRUCTION OF AMERICAN INDIAN FAMILIES (S. Unger ed. 1977). New York: Association on American Indian Affairs.

THE PUEBLO INDIAN REVOLT OF 1696 AND THE FRANCISCAN MISSIONS IN NEW MEXICO: LETTERS OF THE MISSIONARIES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS (J. M. Espinosa ed. 1988). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

TO BE AN INDIAN: AN ORAL HISTORY (J. Cash & H. Hoover eds. 1971). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

*EAGLE WALKING TURTLE, INDIAN AMERICA (1989). Santa Fe: John Muir Publications.

WILCOMB WASHBURN, THE INDIAN IN AMERICA (1975). New York: Harper & Row.
 


 

ARTICLES

Arden, An Indian Cemetary Desecrated: Who Owns Our Past?, 175 NAT'L GEOGRAPHIC 376 (1989).

Bahn, Do Not Disturb? Archaeology and the Rights of the Dead, 3 OXFORD J. OF ARCHAEOLOGY 127 (1984).

Bieder, The Collecting of Bones for Anthropological Narratives, 16 AM. INDIAN CULTURE & RESEARCH J. 21 (1992).

Bowman, The Reburial of Native American Skeletal Remains: Approaches to the Resolution of a Conflict, 13 HARV. ENVTL. L. REV. 147 (1989).

Cantwell, The Choir Invisible: Reflections on the Living and the Dead, 14 DEATH STUDIES 613 (1990).

Comment, One is Missing: Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act: An Overview and Analysis, 17 AM. INDIAN L. REV. 639 (1992).

Deloria, Indians, Archaeologists, and the Future, 57 AM. ANTIQUITY 595 (1992).

Deloria, Secularism, Civil Religion, and the Religious Freedom of American Indians, 16 AM. INDIAN CULTURE & RESEARCH J. 9 (1992).

Draper, Indian Takers, TEXAS MONTHLY, March 1993 at 104.

Elliott, Funerary Artifacts in Contemporary America, 14 DEATH STUDIES 601 (1990).

Harjo, Native Peoples' Cultural and Human Rights: An Unfinished Agenda, 24 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 321 (1992).

Iverson, Bodies for Science, 14 DEATH STUDIES 577 (1990).

      

Johnson & Haensly, Fifth Amendment Takings Implications of the 1990 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, 24 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 151 (1992).

Klesert & Powell, A Perspective on Ethics and the Reburial Controversy, 58 AM. ANTIQUITY 348 (1993).

Mallouf, The Human Remains Issue: Archeology Under the Gun, TEXAS ARCHEOLOGICAL STEWARDSHIP NEWSLETTER, March 1993 at 1.

Marsh, Walking the Spirit Trail: Repatriation and Protection of Native American Remains and Sacred Cultural Items, 24 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 79 (1992).

Meighan, Some Scholars' Views on Reburial, 57 AM. ANTIQUITY 704 (1992).

Meltzer, Coming to America, DISCOVER, October 1993 at 90.

Riding In, Six Pawnee Crania: Historical and Contemporary Issues Associated with the Massacre and Decapitation of Pawnee Indians in 1869, 16 AM. INDIAN CULTURE & RESEARCH J. 101 (1992).

Riding In, Without Ethics and Morality: A Historical Overview of Imperial Archaeology and American Indians, 24 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 11 (1992).

Schott, Contemporary Indian Reservations in Texas: Tribal Paths to the Present, PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMENT, Vol. 39, No. 3 (Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs 1993).

Strickland, Implementing the National Policy of Understanding, Preserving, and Safeguarding the Heritage of Indian Peoples and Native Hawaiians: Human Rights, Sacred Objects, and Cultural Patrimony, 24 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 175 (1992).

Turner, What is Lost With Skeletal Reburial?, 7 Q. REV. OF ARCHAEOLOGY 1 (1986).

Vizenor, Bone Courts: The Rights and Narrative Representation of Tribal Bones, 10 AM. INDIAN L. Q. 319 (1986).

Wilford, Mountain climber skeleton dates to 8,000 years ago, experts say, AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN, October 3, 1993.

Zimmerman, Archaeology, Reburial, and the Tactics of a Discipline's Self-Delusion, 16 AM. INDIAN CULTURE & RESEARCH J. 37 (1992).

Zimmerman, Reflections on the Issues: Implications for the Scholarly Disciplines, 14 DEATH STUDIES 629 (1990).

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